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Willkommen zu Schlockbusters – Dem Film-Podcast. Eure Hosts sind Michi und Flo. Zwei lustige Kerle, versprochen (lustig u.U. nicht enthalten). Wir sprechen über News in der Filmbranche, klären euch, auf was es neues auf Netflix und Amazon Prime gibt und besprechen in jeder Folge zwei Filme ausführlich. Egal ob Heist-Movie, Italowestern oder Uwe Boll. Wir haben zu jedem Thema unsere Lieblingsfilme. Dauer des Podcasts: ca. 90 Minuten Warnung vor Sarkastischen und nicht jugendfreien Inhalten. E ...
 
Toxic Schlock is a bi-weekly horror film podcast based out of Richmond Virginia, where host Michael Kent talks to artists and horror enthusiasts about the films and directors that shaped the genre. Whether its body horror, creature features, slashers, occult thrillers and more, Toxic Schlock explores the vast world of horror and how it shapes our lives.
 
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Sometimes genre films cross lines and blend together disparate elements to make compelling viewing. But despite the talent of actors like Jack Palance, Westworld this isn't. Join Tom and Ryan as they talk about proper experiment procedures, love trapezoids, and killing for fun and profit. It's our review of Welcome to Blood City! Time stamps: 0:04:…
 
Welcome to Schlock & Awe's first Episode of the Halloween Season. It's going to Halloween all time cause we are going to be looking at the Halloween Franchise. Michael Myers is coming home. And for the first episode Lindsay is joined by sometimes Podcaster and Writer Patrick Bartlett. As they feel the urban panic in a Double of Chris Columbus' Adve…
 
This week on final Brian De Palma episode, Lindsay is joined by two big personalities for a Multiple Personality episode. It's a Double of M. Night Shyamalan's Split (2016) & De Palma's Raising Cain (1992). Both directors are perfect for dealing with this insane material. Both are very visually conscious and let James McAvoy and John Lithgow really…
 
On this Quickie Review, Lindsay looks at the biggest movie of all time James Cameron's Avatar (2009). Starring Zoe Saldana, Sam Worthington, Sigourney Weaver, Michaelle, Rodriguez, Stephen Lang, Giovanni Ribisi. Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1/ Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandgeek …
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Action Addicts Host Scott Wiley for Sci/Fi Dystopian Extravaganza. With a Double Daleks' Invasion Earth (1966 and Doctor Who) & Hardware (1990). This is a Double looking at Aliens, Robots and the way British Dystopian movies always go harder than they need to, and are better for it. As well as some generally ne…
 
It's time to check out a legend of the silver screen, Bela Lugosi in a late-career cheap thriller that isn't exactly Dracula. Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss the relative opacity of spirits, disappearing spouses, and executing the wrong person for a crime. It's our review of The Invisible Ghost! Time stamps: 0:03:30 - Background 0:27:40 - Back-of…
 
This week on a very special De Palma S&A; Lindsay is joined by The New World Pictures Host Ryan Gowland. As they hang from a precarious wire with a Double of Phil Alden Robinson's Sneakers (1992) and Brian De Palma's Mission Impossible (1996). This Double is a masterclass in a certain kind of Movie Start Driven Blockbuster. And that MI Score will a…
 
On this S&A Quickie Review, Lindsay looks at the classic 1940 Pinocchio. Mainly because, Lindsay tried to watch the 2022 remake and tapped out in fifteen minutes. So lets wish upon a star. Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1/ Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandgeek Follow Lindsay on Lette…
 
This week on S&A; Lindsay is joined by writer Hayden Gilbert and Host of Cobwebs Daniel Epler. And together they dance the Light Fantastic with a Double of Walt Disney's Fantasia (1940) & Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977 - and top 5 Spielberg Film). Oh the pretty colours. This is Double that looks at a a fantasy of light …
 
What's more exciting than transportation logistics? If you said "anything," then we'd like to change your mind with this 70's made-for-TV action film about truckin'! Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss highway weight limits, one-sheriff towns, and good truckin' buddies. It's our review of Hijack! Time stamps: 0:03:50 - Background 0:23:25 - Back-of-th…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Editor 'n' Chief and Host of F This Movie Patrick Bromley. The First Podcast I ever listened to by the way. Not only is this a Brian De Palma Episode but also we look at the amazing Rebecca Romijn, with a Double of Chelsea Stardust's Satanic Panic (2019) & De Palma's Femme Fatale (2002). Both are peak Romijn. T…
 
On this S&A Quickie Review, Lindsay is back with the Second MIFF Report. In this review Lindsay looks at the latest and up coming movies from Park Chan-wook, Arron Moorhead & Justin Benson, Peter Strickland, Hirokazu Koreeda and many more. Now Lindsay can sleep. Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schl…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Preston Mitchell as accident grab quiche when they wanted pie. cause it's a Double of Denis Villeneuve's Prisoners (2013) & J Lee Thompson's From 10 to Midnight (2013) This is a Artisan and Carpenter Double. Even though both movies are looking into the depths of human depravity. Villeneuve's work is almost an a…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by the torchbearer of Action Twitter and the nicest Star Wars Fan around, Andy Gorham. The two of them gear up for a Franchise amps up action Double Feature of John Glen's Living Daylights (1987 - we're doing Bond Baby!) & Stuart Baird's US Marshals (1998). This is a Double of looking at how Action has evolved thr…
 
We do plenty of genre pictures on this podcast, but one genre we've rarely looked at is the romantic drama. It's high time we rectified that by watching this ice-cold clunker from the 80's about a bubble boy and his rocker love interest! Join Tom and Ryan as they discuss plate glass sex scenes, whiny main characters, and the various state requireme…
 
On this S&A Quickie Review Lindsay has been at Miff - The Melbourne International Film Festival. She has been getting very little sleep but is very happy and excited to see a lot of different movies. There are a lot of movies to cover. Bullet Train, Nope, Prey, Saloum, Of an Age, You Wont be Alone, Brian and Charles, Incredible But True, Moonage Da…
 
As we continue on with S&A's Brian De Palma Series; Lindsay is joined by the amazing Carmelita Valdez McKoy. And it is a real Pop Song of a Double, with De Palma's Scarface (1983) & Todd Haynes' Velvet Goldmine (1998). Two movies that look at identity, success and so much cocaine. I mean you would not believe the cocaine. Listen to Carmelita on Cob…
 
On this very special Bonus Episode of S&A Lindsay is joined by VH US Host Dirk Marshall, as they take to the road with a Double of Abbe Wool's Roadside Prophets (1992) & Wim Wenders Kings of the Road (1976). This is a movie where we get philosophical while trying to find meaning on the road. And look at a time when Tarantino wasn't king of the inde…
 
On S&A we head back into Part 2 of our series of Brian De Palma. And this week Lindsay is joined by Film Feast regular Mark Wanner has they disjoin from each other in a Double of De Palma's Sisters (1972) & Christopher Nolan's The Prestige. Are you watching closely? Listen to Mark on Film Feast Here Follow Mark on Twitter @The_Shape14 Follow Mark o…
 
It's the mid-2000s and fantasy is IN thanks to Lord of the Rings! Unfortunately wer're stuck with a D-grade attempt at an LotR-style fantasy movie based on a video game, headed by Uwe Boll. Join Tom and Ryan as they talk action stars, over-acting, and cramming too much plot into one poorly paced film. It's our review of In the Name of the King: A D…
 
On this Quickie Review Lindsay looks at John Harrison's Tales From the Darkside (1990). On why Anthologies work and the special alchemy that a whole host of different creators can bring. Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1/ Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandgeek Follow Lindsay on Letterb…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Good Times Great Movies Host Doug McCambridge. And this episode is concluding our series of movie induced heart attacks, and tricky marital relationships with a Double Feature of Harold Becker's Malice (1993) & Henri-Georges Clouzot's Les Diaboliques (1955). This is a Double of Femme Fatales, love triangles, an…
 
This week on S&A, Lindsay is joined by Reel Early Podcast Host Larry Sternshein. As they talk about how much they love The Pictures, with a Double of William Castle's The Tingler (1959) & Michael Powell's Peeping Tom (1960). This is the full experiential experience. This is a Double of pure Movie Making and Movie Love. And that full theatre treatme…
 
Finally it's time to tackle a good ol' buddy-style action-comedy! And what better buddy pair could we ask for than Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson? Join Tom and Ryan as they look at a sequel that kicks and punches its way through London. On the way they'll discuss writing v. fighting, British imperialism, and blowing up Donnie Yen with a firework. It's…
 
This week on S&A, Lindsay is joined by Ken Walker Texas Ranger, as they sneak in back stage and get their own VHS Behind the Music Special. It's a Double of Rob Reiner's This is Spinal Tap (1984) & Milos Foreman's Amadeus (also 1984). Both movies both look at the myth making of musical geniuses. The Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll. It goes to 11. Don't …
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by Film Feast and Cobwebs Favourite Preston Mitchell, as the investigate the Ménage à trois on the Stage with a Double of Ernst Lubitsch's Design for Living (1933) & Sidney Lumet's Deathtrap (1982). This was an amazing Double Feature to dig into. Both play adaptions, both dealing with Queer themes, and both sexy, …
 
On this S&A Quickie Review Lindsay looks at Scott Derrickson new movie The Black Phone. Starring Ethan Hawke, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davis and James Ransone. It opens in Australian Theatres 21 July. Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1/ Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandge…
 
What can you do about a group fo delinquent kids chopping up cars for parts? What about delinquent kids playing bad 50s rock 'n' roll? Join Tom and Ryan as they attempt to answer these pressing questions, as well as discuss important topics like driving chickens, the target audience at drive-ins, and incompetent detectives. It's our review of the 1…
 
On this week's S&A Lindsay is joined by VH US Host and Haute Sauce Connoisseur Dirk Marshall. And it's time to finally get on to those renovations because it's been carnage. It's a Double of Paco Plaza's and Jaume Balaguero's Rec (2007) & Pete Travis' Dredd (2012). This is a fantastic Double that are both more than the Gimmick they were first known…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by The Shelf Shedding Show Show Podcast Host Jason Dubray. As they have a huge existential crisis and wonder if they should just move with a Double Feature of Barbet Schroeder's Single White Female (1992) Ingmar Bergman's Persona (1966). This is a Double of questioning self, identity and reality. And most importan…
 
Gamera is a friend to all children and a foe to anyone who wants to destroy Expo 70! Yes, we're back with another kaiju film starring everyone's favorite giant turtle. Join Tom and Ryan as they talk about scenic green space in the lungs, the Tower of the Sun, and how to stay safe when your city is being seiged by giant monsters. Strap into your tin…
 
On this very special Junesploitation Bonus Episode (I couldn't resist); Lindsay is joined by Film Feast Host Matt Bledsloe, as they wonder why you can never find a Taxi in Los Angeles with a Double of Norbert Meisel's Walking the Edge (1985) & Michael Mann's Collateral (2004). Both movies are about Taxi Drivers having to go that extra mile, and the…
 
This week on S&A Lindsay is joined by the busy Host of Cinema Drunkies and You Could've Been a Bloodfist Movie - the movie philosopher himself Robb Antequera. And the two will be diving into a Beautiful Nightmare, with a Double of F. W Murnau's Nosferatu (1922) & Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994). Both movies defined a specific type of Horror Movie…
 
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