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  • 01:55

    Episode 129: It

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    IT is here, and with the killer clown movie bringing the box office back to undead life, we’ve got lots to discuss on the first MovieFilm of the fall as we pick apart the horrific Stephen King adaptation and whether it measures up to the famous 1990 TV adaptation! But while Pennywise is our main topic, we’d be pound foolish if we didn’t also discuss this week’s new release American Assassin, and talk about the latest headlines out of Hollywood, including Liam Neeson announcing his retirement from action films, and word that J.J. Abrams has taken over the command of Star Wars: Episode 9! In addition, hear our takes on the trailers for Mark Felt and The Disaster Artist, plus Zaki’s interview with writer/director Danny Strong about his new film Rebel in the Rye, now in theaters. All that, plus plenty of Listener Letters and more! As always, you can hear it all via the embed below, or at iTunes or Stitcher or Google Play. If you haven't already, make sure to hit “like” on our Facebook page, and send any questions or comments to MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com.

  • 00:57

    A Hodder Hypothetical - CBP110

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    On this episode, Nathan Barker and Landon Evanson discuss a "what if".....What if Kane Hodder only played Jason in Friday the 13th Part VII? Would "Kane's Army" still exist?

  • 01:13

    Episode 009 - Columbian Druglords, Prostitution, Incest, and Rust Cohle

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    This week, three major topics...all spanning a good chunk of time. @JMartOutkick reviews HBO's newest drama The Deuce, Season 3 of the Netflix hit Narcos, the Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, and reacts to the news of True Detective's Ozarks setting and vague backstory. Also brief comments on Scientology and the Aftermath as well as the return of Mr. Robot next month on USA.
    ALSO: Jenny strikes it rich, but Horace isn't happy about it. Benjamin makes a decision that could impact the entire Holbrook clan.

  • 02:00

    Geekvibes Live

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    Disney/Marvel/Star Wars Leaving Netflix
    Jared Leto Also Confused on Multiple Joker Movies
    Gavin O'Connor Officially the writer and director of Suicide Squad 2
    Jessica Chastain Says she will not be playing Lilandra
    Minka Kelly and Alan Ritchson are added to Titans show as Dove/Hawk
    X-force hires Drew Goddard as Director and Writer
    Colin Trevorrow leaves as Director of Star Wars Episode 8
    Why John Cena should be given a shot to be Shazam.
    Should Video Game movies Stop?

  • 01:10

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #539 - Twin Peaks Finale, Museums, NBC Lawsuit, Movies

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    This week, your friends in podcasting bring you a truly epic 70 minute installment that opens with Phil holding court about spoiler alerts, time travel, dream logic and more as he discusses both “The Prisoner” on its 50th Anniversary and “Twin Peaks: The Return” in the wake of its brilliant finale. He even explains “what happened to Audrey!” Then Dean joins Phil to update us on the Sydney Hilarium, his pop-up comedy club, and to celebrate the lives of a former child star, the creator of McGruff the Crime Dog, one-half of Steely Dan, and the “gentle giant” of country music. After that, they follow up on their previous discussion about monuments and statues thanks to an email from a listener like you (well, maybe not EXACTLY like you, unless you created the normal theme song for the show). Then, a fascinating, possible “Lawsuit of the Week” surrounding a reboot of the 1980′s television series “Amazing Stories” comes our way courtesy of frequent contributor Stephen Fowler. Finally, Dean and Phil roll up their sleeves and dig into more than a dozen movies, including comedies from the 1930′s, sci-fi films from the 1960′s and five 2017 releases.
    Great TV, many genres of films, musical surprises, and several big laughs. In other words, YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.

  • 00:41

    We've Got Mother Issues! - "Mother!" and HBO's New Series "The Deuce."

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    "It" was HUGE last weekend and it seems people are finally going back to theaters. And it seems that what they want to see is scary movies. Since "Mother!" opens this week and is also a scary movie it would seem they'll be lining up to check out this latest offering from director Darren Aronofsky which stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. So why is Paramount making it so difficult for critics to see it? Luckily HBO isn't worried about critics and we take on "The Deuce" which is produced by and stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco. It's set in New York's Times Square district in the 1970s back when it was seedy and full of drug dealers, prostitutes and  o theaters. Nowadays it's all Disney-ized and the only person who'll grope you is dressed in an Elmo suit. Neil looks back at the old days and we also give our impressions of the new series. It's all right here and it's no horror show.  

  • 00:53

    Episode 073 - Defending Ozark

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    Marvel's Defenders Premiere and Ozark Season One
    Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. They are all Netflix originals that were leading up to this show. The Defenders. Marvel approached their Netflix properties much like they tackle their movies. Just how Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, etc all lead up to the Avengers, this was leading to what this Nerd Nuptial just watched. We open the show discussing what worked and what didn't of the first episode. 
    Later, we move on to another Netflix property, Ozark. We talked about this last week but only about the first episode. Thankfully, we've been able to watch the entire season and thankfully it did not disapoint.
    What did you guys think of the Defenders? Too much build up with not a lot of payoff? Let us know in the comments.

  • 00:41

    Episode 9: Dale Cooper and The Great Lake Dark Avengers

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    Episode 9: Dale Cooper and The Great Lake Dark Avengers
    Welcome to the Small Screen Spoiler Show episode 9! I’m CJ “Some rocks you don’t turn over”  Boat, he’s Jarred “What’s your thing? I was hoping it was going to be wings” Azevedo, and we’re here to spoil you on the shows you are invested in!  Just as a reminder, we are going to spoil the listed shows and anything prior to the show! For example, if we talk about season 2 episode 21 of a show, anything 20 and before are up for debate. We will try to not spoil the “Next time on” that most shows do.  If you haven’t watched, or don’t want to be spoiled, on the following shows, please come back later.
    Today’s shows are:
    Better Call Saul
    Season 1 episode 7 “Bingo”
    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
    Season 2 episode 13 “One of Us”
    The second part of the show, going forward, are our “Challenge Shows” Jarred and I will challenge each other to watch what is immediately available (at least) to watch and catch up, and do a spoiler discussion of the shows we watched.
    CJ’s Challenge to Jaz: Arrow (Dark Archer Shows Up)
    Jaz’s Challenge to CJ: Sherlock
    Contact: Geekioshow@gmail.com
    Twitter:  @Geekioshow
    Website: www.geek-io.net/spoilershow

  • 00:45

    55 - Madeleine Woolner Interview

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    Lee Hutchison is joined by another special guest, Madeleine Woolner. Madeleine Woolner is an American actress and shares with Lee her stories about putting on Shakespeare plays in New Orleans, being cast in 'The Neon Demon' and what advice Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive, Pusher) would give to her and Elle Fanning on a very unique set, starring alongside Bryan Cranston and Nicole Kidman in a Paul Fieg movie and getting to improvise scenes with comedy legend Will Arnett. 
    Madeleine has also recently finished a crowd funding appeal to help her produce, star and adapt, Big Sur. The film centers around a bus trip home for the holidays that is abruptly hijacked mid-journey. A student is singled out and rather than coming together as a community, the passengers on the bus become isolated in self preservation, allowing unthinkable brutalities to happen to the young girl.
    Follow Big Sur's production and updates on https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1240437368/big-sur
    You can reach out to Madeleine on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/madeleine.woolner and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/madeleinewoolner

  • 00:38

    Star Trek Discovery, Things To Come, and Other 'Star Trek' Programs

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    The U.S.S. Future Imperfect returns with a new aesthetic and with a new mission to explore strange new space shows and new civilizations. Admiral Steve Phillips discusses Star Trek Discovery, Things To Come, Reviewing Discovery, CBS All Access, The Orville, and what's in store for Star Wars.

  • 00:50

    Mission 42: Editing The Clone Wars - Part I

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    Mike (@mumbles3k) welcomes special guest Nic Anastassiou to discuss his experience as an effects editor for ILM and also his time with Lucasfilm Animation for the acclaimed television series, The Clone Wars.
    They discuss how he came to work at ILM, the technical challenges and changes faced through a career as an editor, the special rhythms developed to assist in workflow, and Nic's memories of helping bring to life a show loved by Star Wars fans young and old.
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