Wed, 30 January 2013
We've both got colds this week, so if the voices sound different - don't worry it is still your faithful host and hostess. Kat's Fass-bender continues with a look at Centurion from 2010. This one had little to no impact on the box office, but did it have an impact on us? Tune in to find out. We also chat about Moonrise Kingdom, Your Sister's Sister, The Big Knife, Snow White and the Huntsmen, The Expendables, The Magus and North Face.
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Direct download: MWCep103-Centurion.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 10:10am EDT
Fri, 18 January 2013
For this week's episode, we take a look at the dark underbelly of the Hollywood machinery of the 1930s with Inside Daisy Clover, directed by Richard Mulligan and starring Natalie Wood, Christopher Plummer and Robert Redford. If you enjoy melodrama and terrible show tunes, this might be the film for you. We also chat about another Cash McCall, Do-Deca-Pentathlon, Boardwalk Empire Season 2, Breaking Bad Season 1 and Game of Thrones Season 1.
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Direct download: MWCep102-InsideDaisyClover.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 10:04am EDT
Thu, 10 January 2013
It is time for our 2nd annual review of the top 10 older films we saw for the first time. We watched a wide array of films in 2012, and our lists prove it. Once again, we've stolen the idea from our good friend Rupert of the Rupert Pupkin Speaks blog. If you listen to our show regularly, there won't be too many surprises, but our picks do range from the sublime to the ridiculous. There are some weird audio glitches over the course of the first 20 minutes of the show (nothing major - just some small gaps) - apologies in advance.
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Direct download: MWCep101-Top10Discoveries.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 8:45am EDT
Sun, 6 January 2013
After much holiday-induced delay, we are back to celebrate our 100th episode and 2-year anniversary with a return to our roots: a Cary Grant film. To Catch a Thief is not your typical Alfred Hitchcock film, so tune in to find out how it measures up. We also discuss a myriad of recent watches including Prometheus, Holy Motors, Elf and Smokin' Aces.
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Direct download: MWCep100-ToCatchaThief.mp3
Category:Film & TV -- posted at: 6:34pm EDT