• Episode 689: Executioner's Song (1982)

    12 JUN. 2024 · We’re kicking off a month of Patreon requests with a request from Dallas Novell; 1982’s TV movie The Executioner's Song. Based on a book by Norman Mailer with a screenplay by Mailer -- and maybe Tracy Keenan Wynn -- it’s the story of the last nine months in the life of Gary Gilmore which stars Tommy Lee Jones as Gilmore and Rosanna Arquette as his girlfriend, Nicole Baker. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/made-for-tv-mayhem-show/id1046390878's Amanda Reyes and https://www.wakeupheavy.com/'s Mark Begley join Mike to discuss the film, capital punishment, and more while director https://lawrenceschiller.com/ talks about how The Executioner's Song came about.
    2h 36m 23s
  • Episode 688: Three O'Clock High (1987)

    5 JUN. 2024 · We wrap up Comedy Month with a look at Phil Joanou’s 1987 film Three O’Clock High. Based on a screenplay by Richard Christian Matheson and Tom Szollosi, the film stars Casey Siemaszko as Jerry Marshall, a dweeby high school student that runs awry of new student and general malcontent Buddy Revell, played by Richard Tyson. Tim and Agatha Luz join Mike to discuss how the film is an exercise in style which sets it apart from other typical high school movie fare.
    2h 47m 6s
  • Special Report: Phoebe Jane Hart

    2 JUN. 2024 · Mike talks with filmmaker Phoebe Jane Hart about her latest short film, Bug Diner, which has been playing at major festivals in 2024. Be sure to catch it if you can. Visit https://www.phoebejanehart.com/ to learn more about Ms. Hart.
    11m 53s
  • Special Report: Alonso Duralde on Hollywood Pride

    1 JUN. 2024 · Mike talks with author Alonso Duralde about his latest book, Hollywood Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Representation and Perseverance in Film, an exhaustive look a queer film history and its participants. The book is now available for purchase.  Buy it now at https://amzn.to/3UWpCPR
    27m 12s
  • Special Report: Escape from Tribeca 2024

    31 MAY. 2024 · Friend-of-the-Podcast Jonathan Penner returns to discuss the line-up for 2024's Escape from Tribeca program at the Tribeca Film Festival as well as some other events and programs of interest. The festival runs June 5-16. Get more details at https://tribecafilm.com/escape-from-tribeca
    33m 1s
  • Special Report: John Michael McCarthy Interview

    30 MAY. 2024 · Our story takes us to Memphis where Mike White is hot on the trail of John Michael McCarthy... a so-called "filmmaker" that trades in skin and sin, making lurid movies like The Sore Losers, Teenage Tupelo, Superstarlet A.D., and so much more. White gets every filthy detail about JMM's rap sheet and his new book filled with depravity and available via Fantagraphics: https://www.fantagraphics.com/products/teenage-tupelo 
    1h 10m 17s
  • Episode 687: Furiosa - A Mad Max Saga

    29 MAY. 2024 · Nine years after we took our first trip down the Fury Road, we're re-introduced to Furiosa (Alyla Browne / Anya Taylor-Joy) and told the tale of her journey from The Green Place to the Citadel and beyond. This is a cross-over episode with The Kulturecast where Chris Stachiw, Mike White, and Father Malone discuss this latest entry in George Miller's stunning filmography.
    1h 14m 44s
  • Special Report: Victor Molero on A Gentleman in Moscow

    28 MAY. 2024 · Mike spoke with production designer Victor Molero about his career from his early films in Spain to Tom Kallan's Savage Grace to his recent work on Paramount+'s A Gentleman in Moscow. Learn more about Mr. Molero at https://www.victormolero.com/
    29m 48s
  • Special Report: Glen Zipper on The Blue Angels

    27 MAY. 2024 · Mike speaks with producer Glen Zipper about his career from being a prosecutor in New Jersey to being a documentarian. They speak about Zipper's latest film, The Blue Angels, a love letter to the amazing performers of the U.S. Navy. The film is playing theaters as well as being available on Amazon Prime.
    31m 5s
  • Episode 686: The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)

    22 MAY. 2024 · Our month appreciating comedic films continues with The Coen Brothers’ Hudsucker Proxy.  Released in 1994, the film stars Tim Robbins as Norville Barnes, a graduate of Muncie Indiana’s business school.  He gets a job at Hudsucker Industries whose CEO, Waring Hudsucker, happens to join the great hereafter the day Norville begins work.  After a mix-up, Barnes goes all the way from the mail room to the boardroom and becomes the new interim head of the corporation.  Rahne Alexander and David Kittrredge join Mike to discuss the ins, the outs, and the what-have-yous about this oft-overlooked tribute to classic screwball comedies told only in the way that the Coen Brothers (and Sam Raimi) could tell it.
    1h 40m 13s

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