Friend of the show Mykki Newton recently passed away. We are rebroadcasting her episode from July 2020 in celebration of her and her love of classic cinema.
Season 2 comes to a close with guest Will Fox; longtime friend and critical film appreciator to discuss the badassery and poignant messaging of Mad Max: Fury Road.
Cue up your copy of Gremlins 2: The New Batch and listen along with Filmography Club and guests.
The hysterically funny Jamie Bradley joins Jason for a talk about the 1987 Coen Brothers crime comedy, Raising Arizona.
Part Two of our conversation with early film aficionado Alex Beene to discuss the first cinematic shared universe; Universal Monsters.
Author, educator, and early film aficionado Alex Beene discusses the first cinematic shared universe; Universal Monsters.
Filmography Club closes the book on the work of Jeremy Saulnier by having a discussion with writer/director Dycee Wildman about the 2018 film, Hold the Dark.
Prestige podcast host Alex Steed joins for a chat about the 2014 horror film `It Follows` and both its overt and subtle themes.
We continue our discussion of writer/director Jeremy Saulnier’s body of work with a look at his 2015 limited release film, Green Room.
Toby Leonard, Programming Director of Nashville’s Belcourt Theatre, joins Filmography Club for a discussion on the Akira Kurosawa masterpiece from 1952, Ikiru.
Zack Hall, Belcourt Theatre programming coordinator, sits down to talk genre films and Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin.
Jason sits down with film historian and writer Mykki Newton to discuss the 1935 classic Bride of Frankenstein and all of its subtexts.