Category: Podcast Episode

SPECIAL GUEST: Author Luke Buckmaster, “Miller and Max”

What a day, what a lovely day this is as we take you on an auditory tour of George Miller’s vicious 2015 dystopian masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road.

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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) dir. George Miller, Australia

SPECIAL GUEST: Author Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, “Devil’s Advocates: Suspiria” and editor for Senses of Cinema.

This month we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of one of the most unusual horror films ever made, Dario Argento’s lurid supernatural shocker Suspiria.

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Suspiria (1977) dir. Dario Argento, Italy
Opera (1987) dir. Dario Argento, Italy
“The Opposite”, Seinfeld (1994) dir. Tom Cherones, USA
The Stendhal Syndrome (1996) dir. Dario Argento, Italy
Dario Argento: An Eye For Horror (2000) dir. Leon Ferguson, USA

“Witchcraft” (1957) w: Cy Coleman & Carolyn Leigh, p: Frank Sinatra
“Main Title” [Score] (1977) w: Goblin

SPECIAL GUESTS: Author Lesley Brill, “John Huston’s Filmmaking”, and Jason Taylor, The Bogie Film Blog

This month we are waiting out the storm with Bogart, Bacall and Robinson as we look back at John Huston’s 1948 home invasion thriller Key Largo.

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Key Largo (1948) dir. John Huston, USA
The African Queen (1951) dir. John Huston, USA

“Main Title” [Score] (1948) w: Max Steiner
“War” (1969) w: Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong, p: The Temptations
“Moaning’ Low” (1975) w: Ralph Rainger, p: Barbra Streisand

In this episode we’re going to discuss Robert Aldrich’s 1962 gothic horror film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, and Ryan Murphy’s new FX series Feud: Bette and Joan.

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What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) dir. Robert Aldrich, USA
Strait-Jacket (1964) dir. William Castle, USA
The Nanny (1965) dir. Seth Holt, ENG

“What Ever Happened to Baby Jane” (1962) w: Frank DeVol, p: Debbie Burton & Bette Davis
“Autumn Leaves” (1956) w: Jacques Prevert, p: Nat King Cole
“Feud” [Score] (2017) w: Mac Quayle

SPECIAL GUESTS: Author Murray Pomerance, “Alfred Hitchcock’s America”, and Author John Fawell, “Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window: The Well-Made Film”

This month we are profiling one of the greatest films ever made by a cinematic giant, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller Rear Window.

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Rear Window (1954) dir. Alfred Hitchcock, USA
“Bart of Darkness”, The Simpsons (1994) dir. Jim Reardon, USA
Alfred Hitchcock Talking About Fear (2010) YouTube video, iconic

“Rebecca – Suite” [Score] (1940) w: Franz Waxman
“Vertigo” [Score] (1958) w: Bernard Herrmann
“Psycho” [Score] (1960) w: Bernard Herrmann
“Obsession” [Score] (1976) w: Bernard Herrmann

This month we’re embroiling ourselves in romantic entanglements whilst battling an existential crisis as we look back in appreciation of Woody Allen’s 1986 romantic drama-comedy Hannah and Her Sisters.

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Annie Hall (1977) dir. Woody Allen, USA
Stardust Memories (1980) dir. Woody Allen, USA
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) dir. Woody Allen, USA
Aliens (1986) dir. James Cameron, USA
Woody Allen: A Documentary (2012) dir. Robert B. Weide, USA

“Just You, Just Me” (1954) w: Raymond Klages & Jesse Greer, p: Nat King Cole
“Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” (1964) w: Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart, p: Barbra Streisand
“You Made Me Love You” (1941) w: Joseph McCarthy & James V. Monaco, p: Harry James
“Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra” (1717-1723) w: Johann Sebastian Bach, p: The Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra

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