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In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and a mystery man - Welcome to Mysterium Pictorum!
 
An vier Tagen pro Woche erlaeutern unsere Referenten die vier grossen Teile des Katechismus der Katholischen Kirche, um den Reichtum des christlich-katholischen Glaubens zu entdecken und zu erschliessen. Unsere Zuhoerer koennen sich mit ihren Fragen live einbringen. Dies ist der zweiter Teil des Katechismus der Katholischen Kirche: "Die Feier des christlichen Mysteriums"
 
Olá! Meu nome é Luan Pires e eu sou o autor e editor deste podcast. Sou graduando do curso de Direto e, na Igreja, atuo como cerimoniário e catequista há, pelo menos, oito anos. Moro em meio aos verdes pinheirais de Curitiba, a bela capital do Paraná. Acima de tudo sou católico e me esforço para ser um fiel filho da Igreja. Tenciono abordar os mais variados assuntos relacionados à Igreja Católica, sobretudo os relacionados ao catecismo, no intuito de acolher o pedido sincero do papa emérito ...
 
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When we were still in Turkey, we sat down with Doruk, a simple man from the streets, and discussed the Coen Brother's "No Country for Old Men". We were a bunch of ignorants towards the Western genre then and still are today, but we loved this. Listen to us love it. Also, we're eating 1,5 kilos of Turkish pickles over the course of this episode, bec…
 
Our lost live Episode from the Obsessive Christmas Film Festival in December 2021! We did find it! The sound quality is not perfect, but it's a fun episode! We're talking about F. W. Murnau's expressionist horror masterpiece FAUST and rip it to shreds. We did not appreciate all the misogyny and rape, but we did appreciate the visuals. We also talk …
 
We're talking Kieslowski again! We love him! This time, we watched BEZ KONCA / NO END. This brings us to discussions about losing our phones in East Berlin, unions and fatherly badassery, the Leftovers, A Ghost Story and many more lovely topics! Come join us in the Kieslowski love-fest! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lars-henriks/me…
 
We finally did it! We watched Bela Tarr's behemoth of slow cinema - And we LOVED it! As usual, we're the only arthouse film podcast around that will talk about Gilmore Girls, German trash TV, H. P. Lovecraft and orgies while discussing this certified classic. Your funniest bumbling group of ignorants is at it again! Listen right now - It's a great …
 
We're joined by filmmaker Christian Grundey (host of the German film podcast "Filme zum Dessert") to discuss Lucio Fulci's "ZOMBIE 2", also known as "ZOMBIE FLESH EATERS". We also discuss zombie films in general, Italian horror films, film censorship in Germany, Voodoo, German amateur splatter - and then a cat farts. You shouldn't miss this one! Wr…
 
Christmas Special! New Year’s Special! 2021 wrap-up! Recommendation lists! In-person-episode! This “Mysterium Pictorum” episode is so special, it more than makes up for the “meh” movie we watched! “A Blast of Silence” is an independent film noir crime drama from 1960’s New York, starts out really nice and then quickly becomes tedious. --- Send in a…
 
This time, we watched and discussed Sergej Parajanov's "Ashik Kerib" - Based on a Turkish fairytale. Along the way, we discussed the very eistence of Turkish fairytales, RomComs, Turkish RomComs and horny architecture, specifically that of religious temples of all kinds. Spoiler: Mosques are the horniest, by far. --- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
We're BACK! After a hiatus that went on for way to long (making films has a way of keeping you from talking about films), it's finally time to resume the weekly schedule! (Hopefully ...) It's Bela Tarr time again! We love Bela! We're talking about his film DAMNATION, and we also throw around ideas for which properties should be remade in the Bela T…
 
We've watched "Begotten" this time. Have you heard about this one? If so, you'll be curious to hear us try to sum up its story, talk about similar films, define our film term of the week, praise E. Elias Mehrige's most famous film "Shadow of the Vampire" (while failing to pronounce his name correctly) and debate creation myths in general and the va…
 
This week, we're talking about BBC's "Neverwhere", straight from the 90's, written by Neil Gaiman! Sadly, none of us liked it. It's a stillborn masterpiece. But that Gaiman fella does show some potential as a writer. Listen to the episode for our detailed take, Nisan's early onset dementia and the story about how Neil Gaiman was terribly rude to us…
 
This time, Dave from Cinemallennials is joining us to discuss the silent Norwegian horror classic / early documentary "Häxan". Obviously, we also discuss The Lord of the Rings, our favourite Witch movies, the persecution of "witches" in medieval Europe, folk beliefs, silent film porn and more fun stuff! Give it a listen and get in touch with us if …
 
F. W. Murnau went to Hollywood to make "Sunrise", written by Carl Meyer, co-author of "Dr. Caligari". The film went on to win the first Oscar for "Best unique and artistic Picture" and his held in high regard by critics and audiences to this day. Not by us, though. Not at all. Fuck this movie. Fuck the canon. What a repulsive piece of shit. Listen …
 
Dr. Paula Blair is back! The host of the phenomenal "Audiovisual Cultures" Podcast talks to us about the German expressionist classic "The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari"! It's a long episode, but filled to the brim with fun, knowledge and insightful discussion! Also, there's dick jokes. Intellectual dick jokes, obviously! --- Send in a voice message: …
 
This time, we talked about the 2015 low budget fantasy epic "Arthur & Merlin", which inspired us to discuss adaptation of Arthurian legends and mythology in general, review Wolfgang Petersen's "Troy", pitch some myth adaptations of our own, question the possibilities of low budget hard fantasy in general, praise the Lovecraftian ideas while panning…
 
With our guest, dissident journalist Sandra, we're discussing Andy Warhol's (but really Paul Morrissey's) debut feature "Flesh". Sadly, this is, again one of those episodes where we didn't like the film. At all. We're so sorry. Still: It got us talking! About prostitution, drugs, feminism, the validity of the Bechdel test, Boomers again (of course)…
 
We've watched a tiresome short documentary with nothing to offer on YouTube, so we recommend great docs about artists instead of wasting everyone's time with this garbage. Among other things, we're talking about why Marlon Brando will forever be cancelled (TW: rape), Christoph Schlingensief and why there's no good documentary about the making of hi…
 
This week, we return to the enigmatic cinema of legendary Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky! We also cancel him for his rampant misogyny, discuss the dreaded "cancel culture" and the pros and cons (mainly the cons, since we don’t see many pros) of judging people in the context of their time and place, we (obviously) talk about Gilmore Girls a lot, …
 
Hu Bo only made one film before his suicide. As it happens, that one film is a masterpiece for the ages. We're discussing "An Elephant sitting still" this time - And we're beyond impressed! We will also touch upon similar films like "Clueless" and "Batman Forever", obviously. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lars-henriks/message…
 
We had a guest again! Our friend Christoph (known as an accomplished maker of fun music videos under the pseudonym "Chrille": http://www.chrille.net/) joined us to discuss Roland Klick's confusing classic "Supermarkt". We're discussing all things Hamburg, the 70s, German filmmaking, Bernd Eichinger, Marius Müller-Westernhagen, Lars will be pitching…
 
This time we're angry like never before. We've spent 99 minutes in a boomer's mind by watching Godard's "ALPHAVILLE". Good grief, we did hate this one! We promise not to turn into a 2009-YouTube-style film hate comedy podcast, but "Alphaville" is truly awful. I'm still angry typing these show notes. We're discussing LoFi SciFi and giving some recom…
 
We're talking about Douglas Sirk's classic film "All I desire" - So, obviously, being who we are, we tackle a variety of topics like feminism, cars, the Eurovision song contest, small towns vs. big cities, a phenomenon called "German Actor Face", Apple vs. Adroid, sunglasses, fashion and many more! It's another glorious one, lovelies - You don't wa…
 
www.larshenriks.de This week, we’ve watched Jan Svankmajer’s legendary „Alice in Wonderland“ adaptation - On LSD! And we’ve also recorded this podcast - On LSD. It was legal! We bought it from Donald Trump! It’s a whole story! Listen to it! Alice in Wonderland makes us talk about Death, Social Realism, „Lords of Chaos“, Lewis Carroll, Peter Pan, Pe…
 
This week, we’ve watched Ingmar Bergman’s TV play „After the Rehearsal“ - And loved it! We talk about Ingmar Bergman in general, about BoJack Horseman, Joel Havers, legal LSD from Berlin, Trump’s nephew (or something), „The Bacchae“ by Euripides, Fassbinder, lockdown regulations in Turkey and Germany and many more exciting topics. Don’t miss this e…
 
We've watched the important cinematic masterpiece "A Street Cat named Bob" and came away with edgy opinions on drugs, a brief conversation on Buffy, many stories about cats on film sets, anecdotes about German bureaucracy, fart jokes about the Turkish president Erdogan, theories about the honesty of Brits and Americans and many more fun topics. Als…
 
We’re a podcast divided, again. „A Ghost Story“ did to us what it did to the rest of its audience: It deeply shook and moved some of us, while repelling others as clichéd and dull. We’re discussing the art and themes of the film, obviously (grief, depression, death - the whole fun package), and also touch upon Percy Jackson, YA novels, Thomas Brezi…
 
Tommy and co-host Caitlin travel the astral plane as they explore Out Of Body Experiences and Astral Projection. Tommy speaks with his friend Brooke who shares her journey into the world of Projectology and consciousness, Susan shares a story of being led out of her body, and Jeremy describes an OBE that he believes led him to witness a terrorist a…
 
www.larshenriks.de This time, we talked about the Hong Kong action classic „A Better Tomorrow“ by John Woo. Sadly, we really didn’t like it. Listen to us grapple with that fact, doubt ourselves, think about why this film was so popular, briefly discuss Dragon Ball Z, turning 30, Gangster films in general, Takashi Miike and his Dead or Alive series,…
 
We're watching a film by Bela Tarr and Agnes Hranitzky again! This time, we're watching "A Turin Horse". TW: Depression, tasteless jokes about suicide "A Turin Horse" is a film about two people owning a horse that once met Nietzsche, living a life that apparently illustrates Nietzsche's philosophy. It's two and a half hours of depression. We talk a…
 
This time, Paula Blair from the Audiovisual Cultures Podcast is our guest! AV Cultures: https://audiovisualcultures.wordpress.com/ Paula's Blog: https://peablair.blogspot.com/ We're talking about Alan Clarke's influential short film "Elephant" and Paula explains a lot us about the Norther Irish conflict. Thanks to her, this episode is filled to the…
 
MYSTERIUM PICTORUM EPISODE 07 - A TALE OF TWO SISTERS In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two film…
 
In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and a mystery man - Welcome to Mysterium Pictor…
 
DIG A SLUT HOLE, FIRST! In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and a mystery man - Wel…
 
BOOB-DEATH! In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and a mystery man - Welcome to Myst…
 
www.larshenriks.de In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and a mystery man - Welcome …
 
VERSUS - THE CRYSTAL METH SCHOOL OF ACTING In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turks and a German, two filmmakers and …
 
THE COLOR OF POMEGRANATES - SEXUAL FRUSTRATION IS COMING OUT OF THEIR MOUTHS! In an abandoned underground city at the Spanish coast, near Malaga, I found a USB stick containing 300 random movies from arthouse to weird, from obscure to notorious. Now, in Lockdown, it is time to watch and discuss them all in an international podcast project. Two Turk…
 
What if you had a past life? And what if, in that past life, you were a member of the Nazi party? That is the case of today’s guest Amanda, who shares her story of investigating her feelings on a past life. Join Tommy and guest co-host Andi as they delve into the possibility of reincarnation and past lives. Music: https://www.purple-planet.comHappy…
 
Would a ghost let you know they live in your home? Can a spirit set someone on a path to discover a forgotten family gravesite? Do loved ones send messages through mediums? Is it possible for the recently deceased to ask the living for help? How many questions is TOO many questions? Tommy is joined by guest cohost Honor as they attempt to answer th…
 
Suicide survivor Chris Batts had a life-altering Near Death Experience resulting from an attempt to take his life. Tommy is joined by guest cohost Christine to discuss Chris' experience in the third part of our NDE Trilogy. Credit: "Music: https://www.purple-planet.com" Sad Trio by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4314-sad-…
 
Howard Storm has been to Hell and back...literally. In June 1985, while on a school field trip in Paris, Storm died from a duodenal perforation. His near death experience took him to Hell, then heaven, and changed the course of his entire life. Now Howard shares this truly amazing experience with The Brothers Mysterium. Credit: "Music: https://www.…
 
During a thunderstorm in 1975 Dannion Brinkley was struck by a bolt of lighting that traveled through the phone line killing him…temporarily. His multiple near-death experiences (NDEs) have made Dannion a New York Times and International best selling author and now “The King of Death” shares his incredible experiences with the brothers as they expl…
 
Ian Jaydid, author of "Tripping the Field" and experienced lucid dreamer, joins the brothers on this mind-bending episode. Ian shares some incredible experience from his own lucid dreams and shares his theories and how lucid dreams, consciousness, astral projection, and quantum physics are all related. You will not want to sleep through this one! I…
 
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