In this episode of the Cinema Recall Podcast, The Vern is joined by Justin of the podcast Casual Cinecast to discuss their favorite moments of Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom. The winner of our monthly listener poll, they guys find some great moments to talk about, even though they don't like the film as much as most. Listen to the show and let them know how wrong they were in the comments.
In PART ONE, we dive into the E3 2018 conferences covering EA Play, Xbox Briefing, Bethesda Showcase and Square Enix Showcase. With a new showcase from Square Enix joining the party, we discuss whether it’s delivered, especially with its renowned studio reputation. At the same time, Xbox and Bethesda both garnered a lot of hype regarding their own conferences, making for lots to talk to about.
Elwood and Lackey are here for another monthly dose of Cult TV goodness which on this episode is a double dip of 90's brit comedy opening with Goodness Gracious Me were there is an invitation to take you out for an English, meet the one million Rupee man and discover that you can solve any issue with a small aubergine.
Finally its time to hit the streets for a shock expose of the UK drugs scene, as comedy anarchist Chris Morris' faux current affairs show tackles the subject of drugs in his always unique way.
All this plus making sense of Westworld, English eating habits and the decline of Law and Order: Special Victims ... plus much more.
On This Episode, The Vern brings on two great guests to debate about 2017's highly divisive film, Darren Aronofsky's Mother! On the positive side we have Zoë Rose Smith (https://www.zobowithashotgun.com/ and writer for That Moment In) and on the negative side we have Stephen Palmer (https://gweiloramblings.wordpress.com/ and co host of Asian Cinema Film Club on That Moment In's podcast network)
Who do you think had the better argument and deserves to win. This isn't about if you like the movie or not, but who presented their side the best. Please vote in our poll below on who you think the winner is, and we will announce the winner and the prize they won on an upcoming episode.
Time for a new episode of TV Good Sleep Bad, the cult TV podcast that will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered!
In this episode, we discuss:
The Prisoner 1.02*, “Free for All” (1967): Number 2 encourages Number 6 to run in the upcoming Village council elections. But our hero soon learns that so-called free elections are just another form of mind control in the Village.
* According to the A&E DVD boxed set.
Masters of Horror 1.06, “Homecoming” (2005): Soldiers killed in action in Iraq come back to life…to exercise their constitutionally-guaranteed right to vote. Which might not be a good thing for the incumbent administration…Starring Robert Picardo (Star Trek: Voyager).
Have we got a show for you. The entire That Moment In podcast network comes together to discuss their earliest memories of watching movies. Joining The Vern is Kim Lo (co-host of Game Warp), Daniel Lackey (co-host of TV Good Sleep Bad) Stephen Palmer (co-host of Asian Cinema Film Club) and Elwood Jones who hosts all three shows. We all discuss the first time they got scared, cried and got turned on. Featuring clips of some amazing movies it's an epic episode that we invite you to listen and enjoy.
It's May so what better time to look at some Anime. This time we look at possibly the most divisive film pick to date with Makoto Shinkai's The Place Promised In Our Early Days, especially with Shinkai currently responsible for knocking Spirited Away off the top spot for highest-grossing animated film with his latest film Your Name.
We also look at the designs for Mecha-Godzilla in the upcoming second Godzilla Anime, Sion Sono making his English language debut with Nicholas Cage and much more.