Long-time friend and Patron of the podcast Zack Wills joins us for a watch-along of Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s 2014 film What We Do in the Shadows.
Goes to the Movies #22 finds our Geeks celebrating the 60th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock’s incomparable horror classic “Psycho”, with the help of friend and podcast alum Shauna Hoyt. Join us as we break down several aspects of the film, including the elements that made it a great horror movie, why/how it holds up after 60 years, and of course the infamous shower scene!
Join us as we wrap up our “First-Watch” month with John Carpenter’s 1981 cult action classic “Escape from New York”, and David Fincher’s 2011 “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”
Welcome to week 2 of our “First Watch” month! Ted’s first pick for David is 2008’s “Ip Man”, directed by Wilson Yip and starring the one and only Kung Fu badass Donnie Yen. This episode does contain minor spoilers, so do proceed with caution!
It’s the return of the Baba Yaga! David and Ted invite you to a watch-along of one of their favorite movies from 2019, John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum.
If you’re new to our watch-along series, here are some helpful tips/disclaimers: First, if you haven’t seen the movie at least once already, we HIGHLY suggest you watch it before you enjoy it with us! Second, although you can listen to the episode as a stand-alone podcast, we definitely suggest you sync it up to the movie. Lastly, the best way to sync the movie up with our podcast is to pause when the “Lionsgate” logo is fully on screen (about 16 seconds in), and then once you hear the record scratch after our intro music you hit play!
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We have an extra episode for you wonderful listeners this week! For the latest installment of Geek Garage Goes to the Movies, David and Ted discuss Martin Scorsese’s 2019 film “The Irishman” as well as Sam Mendes’ 2019 film “1917”. We’d like to throw out a spoiler alert, since we forgot to mention it during the episode. Also, make sure you tune in to the podcast next week, because we will finally be releasing part 2 of the Legacy of Super Mario Bros. episode!
We live. We die. We live again!
Join David & Ted on another edition of their new “watch-along” series, where they tackle George Miller’s 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. For those that are new to our podcast, or haven’t listened in a while, these watch-along episodes are quite similar to DVD director commentary: After syncing the movie to the podcast episode, your hosts will deliver scene breakdowns and movie trivia as you watch the film. However, you may also listen to the episode as stand-alone audio, if you prefer.
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It’s been (almost) 20 years since director David Fincher transformed Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Fight Club into one of the most cult-classic status films of all time. There is much to be said about this movie, albeit not much that hasn’t been said already. And because of that, Ted and I are choosing to focusing on this topic, of Fight Club being a misunderstood masterpiece.
Since its debut in 1999, Fight Club’s message (or messages) has/have been misconstrued by a LOT of people, as well as bent to fit certain narratives and/or agendas. So we’re here to set the record straight. Well, as straight as we can. So grab a friend, some soap, and take a walk with us down Paper St.