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Wolf and David explore the history films we love or (or sometimes, films we’d loved just a little less but find interesting). Turns out we like different things…anyway, then we given them a score for two things – how good are they as a film, and how accurate are they with their history. When you’ve listened, join us at the History of England Facebook Group – you can vote, and tell us what you think of the film, and you can even tell us (in no uncertain terms) what you think of our views (whi ...
 
With the A Year in Film podcast, rewind and unwind with some of the biggest moments in movie history. Join experts from Hollywood Suite’s A Year in Film TV series — Becky Shrimpton, Alicia Fletcher and Cameron Maitland — as they make like Marty McFly and turn back time to revisit a different era of film, tracking the top trends and forgotten milestones that defined each year and continue to influence us to this very day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
It’s fast, accurate U.S. history available in free video podcast recordings describing major historical events and introducing less well-known experiences involving Black Americans. The series received two Webby Awards in May 2020: A People’s Choice award for the Best Podcast: Documentary as well for the Best Video Series: Education & Discovery and two more Webby Awards in May 2021 as selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences again as the Best Podcast: Documentary an ...
 
An Alien in Hollywood is the story about the life and times of legendary filmmaker and “Godfather of Hollywood science fiction” Ronald Shusett. Unless you’re a Hollywood behind-the-scenes aficionado you've probably never heard of Ron. He is no less than the man who co-created, wrote, and produced three of the most influential, iconic and mind-blowing science fiction blockbusters in film history – Alien, Total Recall and Minority Report. His movies have grossed over one and a half billion dol ...
 
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It's a good episode! If you listened to part one, it's as good as that. Plus lots of Lita Ford shenanigans, like how she obtained her awesome jeans in the "Kiss Me Deadly" video and kept George Lynch from stealing her god damn guitar cables. Also a troubling medical emergency that took place in Tokyo. Like, a disturbing one, anatomically - so consi…
 
Be Woke Presents Black History in Two Minutes (or so) Well before formal legislation was passed, promising freed slaves certain land rights, Black farmers traveled west, exploring, and developing heavily forested land. With tons of experience in their pockets, migrating west made sense and allowed Black farmers and their families a safe place to li…
 
Be Woke Presents Black History in Two Minutes (or so) The 15th Amendment was a monumental piece of legislation that gave Black men the right to vote. As a result of it, over 2,000 African-American men would be elected to office at various levels of government. But the amendment became more notable for what it didn’t say, versus what it did. Loophol…
 
Film critic Anna Swanson joins Becky and Alicia to discuss two very different explorations of class struggles from 1971: John Cassavetes' Minnie and Moskowitz and Dušan Makavejev's W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism. ABOUT ANNA SWANSON Anna Swanson is a Toronto-based writer and critic who holds an MA in Cinema Studies from the University of Toronto. H…
 
I get all the angles I can find on the envisioning, productionizing, abandoning, distributing, internationalizing and appreciating this picture. It's not the usual burial you may have come to expect from a generation of stodgy rock critics of the time and savage young youtubers of today. All my stuff right now is at this link https://www.buymeacoff…
 
Well this one took some doin'. I'm proud to hand over my 1st Halloween episode, and it's chock full o' weirdness from beginning to end. Sync your teef into it, FIENDS! http://waitakerewalks.blogspot.com/2010/11/carducci-man-shirttry-to-lower-yourself.html http://waitakerewalks.blogspot.com/2012/01/night-misfits-met-motley-cruethe.html Eerie Von via…
 
On the final episode of Shocktober 2021, Becky, Cam and Alicia respect their elders by visiting two "psycho-biddy" flicks that hit theatres in 1971: What's a Matter with Helen and Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Be Woke Presents Black History in Two Minutes (or so) Black soldiers have been an instrumental part of the armed forces since the Civil War. They put their lives on their line for their country and entered war to protect the very land that didn’t promise to protect them. Despite experiencing inferior treatment while in combat, Black soldiers took t…
 
Something wicked this way comes as Alicia, Becky and special guest Andrea Subissati (Rue Morgue and The Faculty of Horror podcast) head to the U.K. to revisit two controversial films from 1971: Roman Polanski's Macbeth and Ken Russell's The Devils. ABOUT ANDREA SUBISSATI In 2010, Andrea’s masters thesis on the social impact of zombie cinema was pub…
 
Kat Ellinger (Editor-in-Chief of Diabolique Magazine) joins Becky and Alicia to talk about two Carmilla adaptations from 1971: Daughters of Darkness and Let's Scare Jessica to Death. ABOUT KAT ELLINGER Kat Ellinger is the Editor-in-Chief at Diabolique Magazine, and the co-host of their Daughters of Darkness and Hell's Belles podcasts. She has also …
 
I do a guitar tone comparison to demonstrate the production style contrasts between Bon era and mid-80s AC/DC. I also discuss more of the happenings of the "Who Made Who" yrs listen to the "AC/DC Live at Donnington" commentary so you don't have to and wrap up the saga with questions about why people guilty of heinous crimes(like Bill Cosby) against…
 
Becky, Cam and Alicia return for the third season of A Year in Film with two baroque horror films from 1971: Murders in the Rue Morgue & The Abominable Dr. Phibes. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via Hollywood Suite's Website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikT…
 
The Queens of Noise! Come and get it, boys! Let's talk about the movie that is inherently biased in favor of Joan and Cherie, but nonetheless a killer rock n' roll film about a band that could be a 7-season HBO series. And the ending would be almost as disappointing as Game of Thrones considering all the potential talent that was "wasted" in more w…
 
More Bon Scott, and more Stephen King. How did the band's first UK tour go? And who ruined it by dying an untimely death? (hint: not a member of AC/DC) Why didn't they take off in America? What song did Stephen King have to sing to convince Acca Dacca to do his soundtrack? And what did he do with the gift that they gave him after the film came out?…
 
In the Season 2 finale, Becky, Cam and Alicia cheer on two sleepover favourites about the fine art of dance: 2000's Bring It On! and Center Stage. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via Hollywood Suite's Website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok. See acast.com…
 
Go goth(ic) with co-hosts Becky, Cam and Alicia as they summon two psychological horror films about misogyny from 2000: What Lies Beneath and The Cell. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. Website Twitter Facebook Instagram TikTok See ac…
 
Today's episode is simply me taking us through a handful of reference material and interviews I found extremely interesting and helpful for context, but aren't related directly to any one film I'm reviewing. The Rolling Stones finish up an east coast leg of their U.S. tour leading up to Altamont. Hunter S. Thompson helps us understand the Hell's An…
 
Like early AC/DC? Good! This one's for you. Like behind-the-scenes stories about filming movies that were huge disasters? This one's also for you! There's going to be a whole other episode after this one covering the non-glory that is post-"For Those About To Rock" and pre-"Razor's Edge" AC/DC, as well as more details about the filming and producti…
 
Film critic Radheyan Simonpillai gets in the game with Cam and Becky as they discuss two sports movies directed by women in the year 2000: Karyn Kusama's Girlfight and Gina Prince-Bythewood's Love & Basketball. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platfo…
 
Important Cinema Club co-hosts Justin Decloux and Will Sloan team up with Becky to investigate two very different reworkings of the Classic Movie Monster: Godzilla 2000 and Dracula 2000. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. Website Twitt…
 
Prepare to see red as critic, lecturer and instructor Adam Nayman follows Becky and Alicia into uncharted (and occasionally uninhabitable) territory to revisit two of the first sci-fi stinkers of the new millennium: Mission to Mars and Red Planet. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? Email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.…
 
Enter the new millennium with Becky, Alicia and actor/professional fangirl Stephanie Malek as they champion two unapologetically queer cult faves from 2000: John Waters' Cecil B. Demented and Jamie Babbit's But I'm a Cheerleader. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca …
 
Brendan Ross (programmer for Toronto's Neon Dreams Cinema Club) joins Becky and Cam as they resurrect two cult horror flicks from 1994 that are as funny as they are freaky: John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness and Michele Soavi's Cemetery Man. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@…
 
AH MAH GAWD, we finally made it to the end of the trilogy! Killogy maybe? Yar, indeed it shall be called henceforth. The man and the film that stared out this huge endeavor of an ongoing series of historical audio documents rife with important charismatic commentary. I'm so pleased you made it to the end with me. Thank you! If you enjoy this show, …
 
Norm Wilner (senior film writer for NOW Magazine, host and producer of Someone Else’s Movie podcast) travels across the pond with Cam and Becky as they look back on two very different British comedies that came out of 1994: Four Weddings and a Funeral (the first Hugh Grant/Richard Curtis collab) and Shallow Grave (the directorial debut of Danny Boy…
 
Andrea Subissati (Co-Host of The Faculty of Horror podcast, Executive Editor of Rue Morgue) joins Becky and Alicia for a monster mash-up featuring two maligned horror revamps from 1994: Wolf and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or rea…
 
It's a meta moment as AYIF podcast co-hosts Becky, Cam and Alicia revisit two movies from 1994 that took us back to the golden age of radio: The Shadow and Radioland Murders. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. Website Tw…
 
Ridley Scott's 2005 historical epic came soon after the massive success of Gladiator, and consciously aimed to repeat it's success. It didn't manage it, but the Director's Cut was better received, and the film has very strong themes about religious fanaticism; and is a visual treat. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This is another intense, long one! A lot of similarities to the Andy Wood story, too. Only he didn't get totally dragged by the film industry twice between '79 and '84. But I came through it all a huge fan of Bette Midler now! What??? Buy me a Book(or coffee, or pants) Alice Echols on Amazon https://pressroom.usc.edu/alice-echols/…
 
You yabba dabba do not want to miss this! Listen in as co-hosts Becky, Cam and Alicia revisit two kids movies from 1994 that were made to cash in on parents' nostalgia: The Flintstones and The Little Rascals. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one …
 
I tear into some old notes I wrote up with in the early days of planning what would become this very series of shows. Rolling Stone's history of its stupid self is covered, and I give you my recommendations for great rock history books and writers I believe are more than worth paying attention to. Special appearances by Raymond Chandler and Stephen…
 
Becky and special guest hosts Allysin Chaynes and Champagna turn the spotlight on two Queer Cinema classics that came out of the Outback in 1994: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and Muriel's Wedding. ABOUT ALLYSIN CHAYNES Allysin Chaynes is a Toronto drag performer and pop cultural sponge, specializing in all things subcultural, qu…
 
We got ourselves a long, satisfying road ahead of us, discussing the Chuck Berry in a variety of celluloid presentations. Today's episode will delve into the Chess Records biopic, "Cadillac Records" with a preview of "Go Johnny, Go" which will be our next episode about Chuck. We talk plugging, payola, Alan Freed, Leonard Chess, Chuck getting ripped…
 
Follow Becky, Cam and Alicia as they take a detour through two small-town horror films from 1986: Blue Velvet and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. Website Twitter Facebook Instagram …
 
It's game on as Becky, Cam and Alicia take on two underrated Canadian sports flicks from 1986: The Boy in Blue (starring a young Nic Cage!) and Flying (starring a young Keanu Reeves!). Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. …
 
In this talk I attempt an intimate and immersive story of the meanings of indentured labor, plantation capitalism and mediated life through a focus on shipwrecks. Some of the most enduring mythographies of tropical islands derive from an 18th century French romance novel, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre’s Paul et Virginie (1787). It describes the idyllic…
 
Becky, Cam and Alicia sink their teeth into two animated movies about roving rodents that scurried onto the scene in 1986: Disney's The Great Mouse Detective and Amblin's An American Tail. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms bel…
 
Stop Podcasting Yourself co-host Graham Clark joins Becky and Alicia to revisit two cult films that rocked audiences in 1986: short doc Heavy Metal Parking Lot and horror fantasy Trick or Treat. ABOUT GRAHAM CLARK Graham Clark, co-host of Stop Podcasting Yourself, resides in Vancouver, BC. He has appeared regularly on CBC’s The Debaters and was a c…
 
I just go for it with some of the best bits of the Motorhead story. I can't do it all justice, but there's enough media out there for you to fill in the rest of the blanks yourself, don't you think? Buy me a Book(or coffee, or pants) After recording the Airheads Watch-a-Long Commentary I decided to devote an entire episode to the main man himself, …
 
Our 1986 series continues with two B movies from A+ directors behind them: Tobe Hooper's remake of Invaders from Mars and Fred Dekker's Night of the Creeps. Got a question for the hosts, or want to know more about the show? You can always email us at podcast@hollywoodsuite.ca or reach out via one of the platforms below. Website Twitter Facebook Ins…
 
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