The Other Side of the Wind

What was lost has now been found, as a completed version of Orson Welles’ last film The Other Side of the Wind has been released, alongside a companion documentary, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead. Were they worth waiting for,… Continue Reading →

Frederick Forsyth

In podcasts passim we’ve discussed our regard for the more grounded, somewhat realistic espionage dramas from the likes of John Le Carre, but despite Frederick Forsyth plowing a very similar furrow, I’m not all that familiar with his works. We… Continue Reading →

Intermission, November 2018

Join us for another film-based gabfest where we discuss the delights, or inverse delights, of Apostle, The Night Comes For Us, Flavors of Youth, Halloween, and Sicario: Day of the Soldado. Our opinions are delightful, and will delight you. Groove… Continue Reading →

Shaun of the Dead and Night of the Comet

We continue that solid zombie vibe with two films that take a look at the lighter side of the dead returning to life and eating you – Shaun of the Dead and Night of the Comet. Who will triumph in… Continue Reading →

Zombies

We may have just seen the back of Halloween, but it’s somehow fitting that the zombies would be shambling out a trifle late. Join us as we hit some interesting and/or noteworthy reanimated corpse based entertainment with White Zombie, I… Continue Reading →

Intermission, October 2018

Another month, another wildly divergent bunch of films to chew on. Join us and savour the flavour of Crazy Rich Asians, BlacKkKlansman, First Man, Upgrade, Mandy, Game Night, Detroit, and Faces Places. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes |… Continue Reading →

Carpenter For Completionists

Our last episode covered most of what we’d call the prime cuts of Carpenter, but there’s a lot more to talk about, including revisiting his most influential work, and also his only film that had a cup of coffee with… Continue Reading →

John Carpenter

B-movie auteur, King of the Schlock, call him what you want but John Carpenter has carved himself a very singular reputation and a status as one of Hollywood’s most inventive if not critically successful directors. On this episode we will… Continue Reading →

Intermission, September 2018

It’s time once more to batter through a diverse batch of recent films, including The Meg, Mission: Impossible: Fallout, Mom and Dad, The Spy Who Dumped Me, Hereditary, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, and The Predator. Get with the… Continue Reading →

The Hustler and The Color of Money

Two films examining the same character, twenty five years apart? Intriguing. Join us as we digest The Hustler and The Color of Money. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via feed The Hustler “Oh, do it Oh,… Continue Reading →

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