Holy crap! It’s another episode. Can this actually be a running thing now? This week I get to talk with Tom Clift (of Movie Reviews by Tom Clift, Moviedex and Movie Mezzanine) and we talk all things Chrisopher Nolan along with a very interesting discussion on Memento.
So Yes. I’m giving up the hours of transcriptions and switching it up here. Instead of transcribing I’m spending hours on end editing audio files for your joyful ears to consume. The Movies You Love is now a podcast. In my first outing of podcast lovingness I got a chance to sit down with Andrew … Continue reading “MOVIES YOU LOVE PODCAST [EPISODE #1- L.A. CONFIDENTIAL W/ ANDREW PARKER]”
The last time I posted an article in this category it was August of 2012 — shame on me — which is bad. I love doing this series of posts I hope to be more diligent about getting them out there. This time around I’m taken into the world of John Wayne Westerns to discuss … Continue reading “MOVIES YOU LOVE: RUPERT PUPKIN FROM RUPERT PUPKIN SPEAKS – RIO BRAVO (1959)”
Weirdly enough, with six other interviews posted on the site, I don’t believe I’ve got a guest who’s gotten into the cult section of film just yet. So low and behold when I finally wrangle Scott Alldden (from Celluloidical & @celluloidical) to talk to me he decided to pick the brohemoth of films as we sit down … Continue reading “MOVIES YOU LOVE: SCOTT ALLDDEN FROM CELLULOIDICAL – THE BIG LEBOWSKI (1998)”
Inspired by Robert K. Elder’s book (The Film That Changed My Life) I thought it would be fun to take that very idea and point that question in the direction of fellow bloggers and cinema enthusiasts such as myself and see what the result ends up being. This time around Andrew James, of RowThree and … Continue reading “MOVIES YOU LOVE: ANDREW JAMES FROM ROW THREE – A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1971)”