Category Archives: Podcasts
I’m back with another episode of Filmwhys, aka the why haven’t you seen this film podcast. In this episode, Aurora from Once Upon A Screen asks me why haven’t I seen Sunset Boulevard, a 1950 classic directed by the great Billy Wilder. And in return, I asked her why she hasn’t seen the classic-feeling superhero movie The Rocketeer. What did we think of the movies? You’ll just have to listen to find out.
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I am back into the podcasting game! I’ve been flirting with podcasts for a while, helped start one that ended up not being a good fit for me for various reasons, and I finally found a concept that I think works perfectly for me and for this site. Welcome to the first episode of Filmwhys, also known as the “Why haven’t you seen this film podcast?” Ever since joining the film blogging community and the Lamb, I see a lot of discussion about various popular films that I have never seen, and people who are amazed at how many important and popular movies that I’ve missed out on. So this podcast is my attempt to fill those gaps in my movie watching and catch up on some classic and modern classic movies. For my firsts episode, I’m pleased to have Fogs from Fogs’ Movie Reviews as my guest and we talk about the 1975 Speilberg classic Jaws. Yes, it’s true that I’ve never seen this movie before watching it for this episode. But, since this is a website about superhero movies, I thought it was only fair to ask Fogs to watch a superhero movie that he’s never seen before in Superman II: The Donner Cut, which is significantly different from the theatrical Richard Lester cut which he had seen.
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Recently I had the chance to guest on a fairly new podcast out there called the Film Pasture and it’s run over at the Lamb’s site. Pat from 100 years of Movies and I talk about the recent batch of DC movies, both their live action hits (Dark Knight Trilogy), misses (Green Lantern), and their animated movies. We also discuss what their prospects look like in the future with the upcoming Man of Steel.
While I’m no longer a regular member of a podcast, I did get a chance to take part once again in the LAMBcast over at the Large Association of Movie Blogs. Every month several members pick a movie and they all go into a poll on the LAMB site, the winner becomes the Movie of the Month and hosts that section of the weekly LAMB podcast. While my choice of Watchmen didn’t make the cut, I had still signed up for the episode. The winner was a fun 80′s movie called Night of the Comet picked by Kristen of Journeys in Classic Film. So head over to The Lambcast Facebook Page to listen to my full thoughts on the movie. Also, I’m championing a new movie for this month’s MOTM, so be sure to head over to the LAMB site and vote for Chronicle in the poll in the sidebar.
As You Watch: Krull
This week’s episode was chosen from my list of movies, as you can tell when you listen because I was the only one who liked the movie at all. In the end you can tell that I am just defeated by all the rest of the haters. We also are joined by Kristen from Journeys in Classic Film. And you can find our latest episode, and all our episodes on our new podcast site: AsYouWatch.Wordpress.com where you can leave a comment. And hopefully tomorrow you can hear my mostly positive review of Krull without a bunch of naysayers getting in the way . Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights.
Here’s the latest episode of our movie podcast, complete with its own site so it’s easy to know where to post feedback and comments. We watch the interesting City of Lost Children and talk about our top 3 performances by Bond actors while they’re not playing James Bond. Check it out!
I’ve been away for a little while and there were a couple episodes of the podcast that I missed. Be sure to check out our Podomatic page to listen to this week’s episode and our earlier episodes without me there. I would have posted here except I didn’t have much free time, and I also didn’t have any other content to go alongside it. There have been many great guests so if you haven’t already, be sure to check them out. And that brings me to our latest episode which is a bit of an experiment. We forego our typical current release/top 3/movie of the week format and have a horror tournament with our guest Jason Soto of Invasion of the B Movies. Find out which horror movies rise to the top out of several different categories of horror, and for those regular listeners, I actually turn out to be more versed in horror than I thought I was. It was a fun episode and we get back to normal next week. Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights. Check back in a couple days for a new Superhero Shorts with an interesting new Superman short film.
I also wanted to mention a quick update. I have moved to Chicago, but got delayed getting an apartment. I will hopefully be back up and running full time again sometime next week. But for now, check out our latest episode of As You Watch that I recorded before I left where we talk about John Carter, our favorite non-franchised movies IN SPACE, and as always the current DVD and theatrical releases. This week please leave any feedback or comments over at Two Dude Review where this week’s episode is hosted.
Welcome back to the fourth episode of the As You Watch Podcast, featuring myself, Joe from Two Dude Review, Nick from Cinematic Katzenjammer, and special guest Travis from TME Ink. In our fourth episode we talk about our movie of the episode: Snatch – A 2000 Guy Ritchie movie involving diamonds, a fixed boxing match, and a lot of criminals. But we also cover today’s new releases on DVD and Blu-Ray: The Cabin in the Woods and the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, and this weekend’s new theatrical releases: Dredd 3d, End of Watch, and The Master. We also cover our top three Brad Pitt supporting/underrated roles. Snatch was Joe’s pick so you can check out the episode and leave feedback over at his site. I also worked on some new mash-up intros to the DVD and theatrical releases, so be sure to leave feedback on those.