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Way Too Indiecast 61: Tom Hiddleston and Marc Abraham, Dennis Hauck
It's a stunning lineup this week on the Way Too Indiecast as Loki himself, Tom Hiddleston, joins the show along with director Marc Abraham to talk about their new movie I Saw the Light, based on the final years of country music icon Hank Williams' life. Mr. Hiddleston also talks about working with Elizabeth Olsen, learning to sing with country legends, and his take on irascible MCU fans.
Way Too Indiecast 60: Richard Linklater, Jeff Nichols, ‘Preacher’ Preview, Tribeca Controversy
In one of the biggest, baddest episodes of the Way Too Indiecast yet, we welcome two of the best directors in the game as we hear from Richard Linklater about his '80s college hangout movie Everybody Wants Some!! and are joined by Jeff Nichols, whose sci-fi thriller Midnight Special hits theaters this weekend as well.
Way Too Indiecast 59: ‘Batman v Superman,’ Paul Taylor and Alex Megaro of ‘Driftwood’
This week, CJ's in conversation with writer/director Paul Taylor and producer Alex Megaro of Driftwood, which won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative at Slamdance this year. Also, Bernard chimes in to share his thoughts on this weekend's gigantic release, Batman v Superman. We all know by now that the Zack Snyder-directed superhero mash-up hasn't been received well by critics, but Bernard breaks down exactly what goes wrong in this woefully misguided missed opportunity of a blockbuster.
Way Too Indiecast 58: Film Essayist Mark Rappaport, Directorial Left Turns
The Dastardly Dissenter returns as CJ teams with Bernard to bring you this week’s show, in which they discuss their favorite “directorial left turns,” which also happens to be the subject of this month’s Way Too Indie staff feature. Also, incomparable film essayist and filmmaker Mark Rappaport joins the show to talk about his filmography, […]
Way Too Indiecast 57: ‘Eye In The Sky’ With Director Gavin Hood
Bernard flies solo on this week's episode as he interviews Eye In The Sky director Gavin Hood. From the ethics of drone warfare to the art of creating a film's rhythm, the conversation spans myriad subjects surrounding the drone-warfare thriller starring Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman, Aaron Paul and more. Plus, Bernard shares his Indie Pick of the Week, flash-reviews Hello, My Name Is Doris and Knight of Cups, and rants about Marvel and DC's upcoming superhero team-up movies.
Way Too Indiecast 56: Oscar Reactions, Alex Proyas’ Critic Hate
This week, Bernard, CJ and Zach react to the Oscars! Listen to find out how they did on their predictions and hear their thoughts on the show’s overall presentation. Also, filmmaker Alex Proyas recently lashed out at movie critics following a landslide of negative reviews for his movie Gods of Egypt. The boys dissect his resentment […]
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Great conversation and insight
The guests on the show are always interesting and varied and Bernard asks great questions and provides great insight along with his guests on the ins and outs of the indie film scene.
Look forward to every episode!
Really dig this show. Bernard is a great host, and he has a terrific, varied array of guests on for interesting and engaging conversations. Lots of film podcasts out there to choose from, but this one should be up there near the top of the pile.
Great Film Podcast
One of my favorite podcasts.