Filmwhys Raw #1
Welcome to a new format for Filmwhys that will hopefully make this podcast weekly once again. I will be alternating between the standard format of Filmwhys where I take a look at two movies with a single guest, and these Filmwhys Raw which might have two or three guests and it’s more of a free-flowing conversation with some movie-related topic to get us started. For this premier episode I’ve brought back the Vern from The Vern’s Video Vangaurd among other sites and we talk about “Making Time for Movies” while going off on a few other tangents including the origin of both of our online names. Click here to listen and as always, I appreciate any ratings or reviews you can give me and if you’re interested in being a guest on Filmwhys Raw, just let me know on Twitter. With generally less editing involved, these episodes will be going up shortly after recording, as this episode was recorded just a few hours ago before the Golden Globes. Now I just need to come up with a graphic for these episodes. Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights.
Posted on January 12, 2014, in Podcasts and tagged filmwhys, filmwise, interview, movies, podcast. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
Great show, Bubbawheat, great discussion between you and Vern.
The “unavailable” aspect of digitally “purchased” movies is definitely a concern. I’ve had only one film go away because of it — Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was a CinemaNow purchase and they no longer have the license for it — but even one is enough to make a person wary.
Regarding kids at R-rated movies… I am so glad that Cinemark has a standing rule that the under-6 crowd aren’t admitted to R-rated films after 6:00. I think that’s still far too lenient (I’d say nobody in single digits, ever) but it cuts out some of the questionable parenting.
…And why can nobody pronounce Osage correctly? It’s not that hard folks (O, then sage), and by now you should have heard it in trailers. 😛
Thanks, I hope these episodes catch on, though they seem to actually be harder to schedule rather than easier even though no one has to watch any movies for it, but we’ll see. As for Osage, I just don’t bother trying, I listen to so much film stuff *except* the trailer or movie that I have no idea who’s pronouncing it right or wrong.
Well, now you know. It’s named for my tribe, so anybody who isn’t pronouncing it the same way as me is wrong. 🙂