Movie Geeks United

Movie Geeks United

By Movie Geeks United

Movie Geeks United is one of the most popular movie-themed podcasts with a worldwide listening audience of close to 8 million. Includes more than 1000 original interviews with some of the brightest talents in the industry, including Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Duvall, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, David Cronenberg, Brian De Palma, and more. Home of the internationally acclaimed The Kubrick Series.

Episodes

Movie Geek Yearbook: MARCH 1970

A panel of special guests joins host Jamey DuVall as he explores the majority of films released in the U.S. during March of 1970. Guests include legendary musician and composer Don Randi, assistant director Harvey Laidman, film professors Ramzi Fawaz, David Gerstner and Matt Bell, authors Stephen Prince (Savage Cinema: Sam Peckinpah and the Rise of Ultraviolent Movies), Garner Simmons (Peckinpah: A Portrait in Montage), David Weddle (If They Move...Kill 'Em!: The Life and Times of Sam Peckinpah), Chris Nashawaty (Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen and Candy Stripe Nurses: Roger Corman: King of the B Movie), Pawel Aleksandrowicz (The Cinematography of Roger Corman), Beverly Gray (Roger Corman: Blood-Sucking Vampires, Flesh-Eating Cockroaches and Driller Killers), Jan Herman (A Talent for Trouble: The Life of Hollywood's Most Acclaimed Director, William Wyler), Gabriel Miller (William Wyler: The Life and Films of Hollywood’s Most Celebrated Director), Kate Buford (Burt Lancaster: An American Life), Nik Havert (The Golden Age of Disaster Cinema), Nat Segaloff (Stirling Silliphant: The Fingers of God), Mary Elizabeth Strunk (Wanted Women), and Daniel Kremer (Sidney J. Furie: Life and Films), producer/director Dale Bell, cinematographers Richard Pearce and Malcolm Hart, professor Alan Brown, and Woodstock attendees Albert Froment and Mike Brinn.  For more information and advanced access to future episodes and uncut interviews, visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (https://my.captivate.fm/MovieGeekYearbook.com). Support this podcast
11/08/202h 24m

The Films of Martin Ritt

The Movie Geeks speak with biographer Gabriel Miller, author of (https://www.amazon.com/Films-Martin-Ritt-Fanfare-Common/dp/1578062764/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=gabriel+miller+the+films+of+martin+ritt&qid=1591231774&sr=8-1). We discuss Ritt's values as a filmmaker, and his string of unforgettable movies, including Hud, The Molly Maguires, The Great White Hope, Norma Rae, The Front and Murphy's Romance. Please note that this interview was conducted in 2019 for our new podcast series Movie Geek Yearbook. Find out more by visiting moviegeekyearbook.com (moviegeekyearbook.com). Support this podcast
29/07/2042m 51s

The Blu Report - July 2020

Movie Geeks United home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the list of titles released on Blu-ray during the month of July 2020. Support this podcast
27/07/201h 32m

The Films of Robert Altman

The Movie Geeks speak with celebrated critic, scholar and author David Sterritt (Robert Altman: Interviews) about the works of director Robert Altman, including MASH, Nashville, McCabe & Mrs. Miller and A Prairie Home Companion. This interview was conducted in 2019 for our series Movie Geek Yearbook. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com for more details. Support this podcast
24/07/2047m 50s

The Films of Burt Lancaster

The Movie Geeks speak with author Kate Buford about her wonderful biography Burt Lancaster: An American Life. Support this podcast
20/07/2047m 13s

Director Lesley Chilcott (Helter Skelter: An American Myth)

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed director Lesley Chilcott about her latest project - the six-part EPIX docuseries Helter Skelter: An American Myth. The series premieres on July 26. Support this podcast
17/07/2019m 5s

Actor Stacy Keach

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Stacy Keach (Fat City, Road Games, End of the Road) about his roster of extraordinary performances. Support this podcast
13/07/2047m 42s

Legendary Musician DON RANDI

The Movie Geeks speak with legendary musician Don Randi about his collaborations with Phil Spector, The Wrecking Crew, Linda Ronstadt, Mama Cass, Brian Wilson, Glen Campbell and many others, as well as his film scoring duties for Roger Corman's delirious 1970 crime film Bloody Mama. Support this podcast
10/07/201h 26m

Actor Tom Skerritt

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Tom Skerritt about his string of unforgettable films, including MASH, Alien, Top Gun and A River Runs Through It. Support this podcast
06/07/2020m 27s

Movie Geek Yearbook: FEBRUARY 1970

A panel of special guests joins host Jamey DuVall as he explores the majority of films released in the U.S. during February of 1970. Guests include actor Stacy Keach, actress Dorothy Tristan, film analyst John Kenneth Muir (Horror Films of 1970s), Vincent Price Legacy UK and The Sound of Vincent Price curator Peter Fuller, And Now the Podcast Starts! co-host TD Velasquez, film historian Steve Haberman, screenwriter Fred Freeman, biographer Brian Scott Mednick (Gene Wilder: Funny and Sad), author Peter Brunette (The Films of Michelangelo Antonioni), film professor Melis Behlil, film professor Jon Lewis, photojournalist Alexandra Avakian, director Nile Southern, biographer Lee Hill (A Grand Guy: The Art and Life of Terry Southern), cinematographer David Muir, author and journalist Preston Fassel, film historian Darren Partridge, and director Arthur Allan Seidelman. For more information and advanced access to future episodes and uncut interviews, visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (https://my.captivate.fm/MovieGeekYearbook.com). Support this podcast
01/07/201h 57m

The Blu Report - June 2020

Movie Geeks United home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the list of titles released on Blu-ray during the month of June 2020. Support this podcast
29/06/201h 53m

The Films of Richard Pearce

The Movie Geeks speak with filmmaker Richard Pearce about his resume of incredible work - from his documentary efforts as a cinematographer (Woodstock, Hearts and Minds) to his efforts as a feature film director (Heartland, Country, No Mercy, A Family Thing, Leap of Faith). Support this podcast
26/06/201h 19m

In Memoriam: JOEL SCHUMACHER

One of our favorite guests - director Joel Schumacher - has passed away at the age of 80. In tribute to his legacy, here are replays of our two conversations with Mr. Schumacher where he discusses his films (St. Elmo's Fire, The Lost Boys, Falling Down) and insights into the industry. Support this podcast
22/06/201h 40m

Celebrating the Classics: MIKEY AND NICKY

The Movie Geeks celebrate director Elaine May's stunning 1976 crime film Mikey and Nicky starring Peter Falk and John Cassavetes with author Patrick Cooper ( (https://www.amazon.com/Arent-Gonna-Someday-Elaine-Mikey/dp/1629334650/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=mikey+and+nicky+patrick&qid=1592699495&sr=8-1)). Support this podcast
22/06/2039m 21s

40th Anniversary: URBAN COWBOY

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of Urban Cowboy with author and film historian Nat Segaloff. Mr. Segaloff was a close personal friend of the film's director - James Bridges - and shares personal stories of Bridge's involvement with the film as well as the additional highlights of his career. You can read more about Mr. Segaloff's superlative contribution to the preservation of film history by visiting his website at NatSegaloff.com (http://www.natsegaloff.com/). Support this podcast
19/06/2040m 37s

The Films of Ida Lupino

Authors Therese Grisham and Julie Grossman ( (https://www.amazon.com/Ida-Lupino-Director-Resilience-Transition-ebook/dp/B0711VS7SM/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=ida+lupino+director&qid=1592107226&sr=8-1)) discuss the works of trailblazer Ida Lupino, the popular actress who transitioned into film directing with a string of daring, socially conscious films including Never Fear, Outrage, The Bigamist and The Hitch-Hiker. Support this podcast
17/06/2055m 39s

Revisiting CHINATOWN

The Movie Geeks speak with author Sam Wasson about his latest book (https://www.amazon.com/Big-Goodbye-Chinatown-Years-Hollywood-ebook/dp/B07QSPPLQQ/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=chinatown+sam+wasson&qid=1592129241&sr=8-1), an exploration of Roman Polanski's seminal 1974 detective noir starring Jack Nicholson. Support this podcast
14/06/2044m 31s

Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel (Drive, X-Men, Three Kings) about his roster of stunning work, including his latest collaboration with director Spike Lee on Da 5 Bloods. The film is available for streaming on Netflix beginning June 12. Support this podcast
12/06/2031m 38s

The Films of John G. Avildsen

The Movie Geeks speak with director Derek Wayne Johnson about the career of his cinematic idol - director John G. Avildsen. Mr. Johnson celebrated Mr. Avildsen's contribution to film in his documentary (https://www.amazon.com/40-Years-Rocky-Birth-Classic/dp/B0884X2F8P/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=40+years+of+rocky&qid=1591166735&sr=8-1) - releases on digital platforms on June 9. This conversation was conducted in 2019 for our original podcast series Movie Geek Yearbook (MovieGeekYearbook.com). Support this podcast
10/06/201h 1m

Rethinking SHOWGIRLS

The Movie Geeks speak with director Jeffrey McHale about his new documentary (http://www.youdontnomifilm.com/), which explores the lingering fascination and fandom surrounding Paul Verhoeven's much maligned 1995 film Showgirls. The documentary is released on all digital platforms on June 9. Support this podcast
08/06/2020m 58s

Portrait of Peckinpah

In this conversation, we speak with film professor and writer Stephen Prince, the author of (https://www.amazon.com/Savage-Cinema-Peckinpah-Ultraviolent-Movies/dp/0292765819/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=stephen+prince+peckinpah&qid=1591475050&sr=8-4). This interview was conducted in 2019 for our new series Movie Geek Yearbook. Additional interviews with Peckinpah scholars David Weddle and Garner Simmons are also included in this series. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (MovieGeekYearbook.com) for more information. Support this podcast
06/06/2028m 12s

Movie Geek Yearbook: JANUARY 1970

An in-depth exploration of the films released in the U.S. during the month of January 1970. Guests include actor Tom Skerritt, actress Jane Alexander, actor Corey Fischer, director David Gregory (Blood and Flesh: The Reel Life and Ghastly Death of Al Adamson), author David Konow (Schlock-O-Rama: The Films of Al Adamson), actor John Gabriel, writer Diana Gould, author Charles Tranberg (Fredric March: A Consummate Actor), assistant director Michael S. Glick, film historian Steve Haberman, H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society founders Andrew Leman and Sean Branney, author Maura Spiegel (Sidney Lumet: A Life), essayist and long-time creative director at Twilight Time Julie Kirgo, author Marilyn Ann Moss (Giant: George Stevens, a Life on Film), film professor David Sterritt, critic Tony Macklin, author Mitchell Zuckoff (Robert Altman: The Oral Biography), author Kevin Kenny (Making Sense of the Molly Maguires), and author Gabriel Miller (The Films of Martin Ritt: Fanfare for the Common Man). Hosted by Jamey DuVall. For more information and advanced access to future episodes and uncut interviews, visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (https://my.captivate.fm/MovieGeekYearbook.com). Support this podcast
01/06/201h 43m

The Blu Report - May 2020

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of Blu-ray titles released during the month of May 2020. Films include Days of Thunder, The Great Escape and Inside Daisy Clover. Support this podcast
25/05/201h 28m

The Kubrick Series Uncut: LISA LEONE

Lisa Leone served as an actress, set decorator and researcher on Eyes Wide Shut. Her remembrances of working alongside Kubrick are surprising and illuminating. For more information on The Kubrick Series, visit TheKubrickSeries.com. (https://my.captivate.fm/TheKubrickSeries.com.) Support this podcast
20/05/2052m 44s

The Kubrick Series Uncut: DEREK LYONS

Derek Lyons is one of the most accomplished supporting background players in the history of film having appeared in many dozens of timeless films including Star Wars, Flash Gordon and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The Shining was one of his earliest efforts. You can interact with Mr. Lyons and learn more about his stellar career by visiting his website at TheKubrickSeries.com (https://my.captivate.fm/TheKubrickSeries.com). Support this podcast
20/05/2048m 18s

A Look Back at SUPERMAN II

Film historian and author Ray Morton (Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Making of Steven Spielberg's Classic Film (https://www.amazon.com/Close-Encounters-Third-Kind-Spielbergs/dp/1557837104/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ray+morton&qid=1589748660&sr=8-3)) chats with Movie Geeks United co-host Adam Long about the production and legacy of Superman II. Support this podcast
17/05/201h 8m

In Memoriam: LYNN SHELTON

Indie filmmaker Lynn Shelton has passed way at the age of 54. We were honored to welcome Ms. Shelton to our podcast in 2009 to discuss her breakthrough film Humpday alongside her film's stars Mark Duplass and Joshua Leonard. This is the replay of that interview. Support this podcast
17/05/2014m 34s

The Kubrick Series Episode 6: Born to Kill

An exploration of Kubrick's seminal Vietnam War film with a panel of special guests including actors Matthew Modine and Vincent D'Onofrio, Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali, cinematographer Douglas Milsome, journalist and author Tim Cahill, Vietnam veteran and film professor Harry Haines, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. author Randy Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), writer Jason Sanford, critics Glenn Kenny and Keith Uhlich, and a never-before-released interview with Kubrick himself.  Support this podcast
14/05/201h 20m

Movie Geek Yearbook Preview #3

In this third and final preview of our upcoming Movie Geek Yearbook series, a panel of special guests examine one of the biggest hits of 1970 - Airport. You can access the first full episode and corresponding uncut interviews right now by becoming a Patreon supporter of the podcast. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (MovieGeekYearbook.com) for more details.
12/05/2018m 8s

The Blu Report - April 2020

Co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the roster of specialty Blu-ray titles released during the month of April 2020. Support this podcast
30/04/201h 17m

The Kubrick Series Episode 5 (Remastered)

An assortment of Kubrick's closest collaborators and various critics and analysts examine the mysteries of Kubrick's masterpiece of horror, which stands as his most mainstream and pleasing, yet deceptively cryptic works. Guests include actor and Kubrick’s long-time personal assistant Leon Vitali, Steadicam inventor Garrett Brown, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, assistant director Brian W. Cook, film critics Glenn Kenny, Keith Uhlich, Robert Castle and Tony Macklin, personal assistant Tony Frewin, Stephen King authority and author Tony Magistrale, authors Randy Rasmussen, R. Barton Palmer, Geoffrey Cocks, and Mario Falsetto, film professor Steve Mamber, author and filmmaker Jay Weidner, ABC News reporter Bill Blakemore, ROOM 237 filmmakers Rodney Ascher and Tim Kirk, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), and film analyst John Krysko. Hosted by Jamey DuVall. Support this podcast
29/04/202h 2m

Movie Geek Yearbook Preview #2

In this preview of our upcoming series Movie Geek Yearbook, a panel of special guests dissect George Stevens' final film The Only Game in Town starring Warren Beatty and Elizabeth Taylor. The first episodes of Movie Geek Yearbook premiere in June. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (https://my.captivate.fm/MovieGeekYearbook.com) for more details.
28/04/2015m 5s

The Kubrick Series Episode 4 (Remastered)

In celebration of one of the most beautifully photographed and haunting films ever made, our panel of special guests explore the rewards of Kubrick's costume epic Barry Lyndon. Guests include actor and long-time Kubrick assistants Leon Vitali and Tony Frewin, writer/director Neil Labute (Your Friends and Neighbors), assistant directors Andy Anderson and Brian Cook, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Randy Rasmussen, critics Glenn Kenney, Robert Horton and Keith Uhlich, and film professor Steve Mamber. Hosted by Jamey DuVall. Support this podcast
23/04/201h 2m

40th Anniversary: DRESSED TO KILL

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic thriller Dressed to Kill with filmmaker Sam Irvin, who served as director Brian De Palma's assistant on the film. Support this podcast
21/04/201h 14m

In Memoriam: Cinematographer ALLEN DAVIAU

Master cinematographer Allen Daviau (E.T., Empire of the Sun, Fearless, Bugsy) has passed away at the age of 77. We were honored to welcome Mr. Daviau to our podcast on several occasions. Here's a replay on one of our conversations in honor of his memory and legacy of fine work. Support this podcast
16/04/2049m 29s

The Kubrick Series Episode 3 (Remastered)

A Clockwork Orange shocked and scandalized the world upon its initial release nearly 50 years ago, and continues to maintain its immense power to this day. Guests include actor Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, film professors Steve Mamber and R. Burton Palmer, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, authors Stuart Y. McDougal, Mario Falsetto, Peter Kramer and Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, and film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw. Hosted by Jamey DuVall. Support this podcast
16/04/2047m 59s

Actress Jane Alexander

The Movie Geeks speak with four-time Oscar nominated actress Jane Alexander (Kramer vs. Kramer, All the President's Men) about the highlights of her extraordinary career. This interview was conducted for our new series - Movie Geek Yearbook - which premieres its first episode on June 1. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (MovieGeekYearbook.com) for more details. Support this podcast
11/04/2046m 41s

The Kubrick Series Episode 2 (Remastered)

A celebration of one of the towering achievements of the cinematic medium - 2001: A Space Odyssey - with behind the scenes anecdotes from key talents on the film and detailed analysis from a panel of top film critics and authors. Guests include actor Dan Richter (Moonwatcher), biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Mario Falsetto, author Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, director Peter Hyams, producer Robert Watts, film analysts Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, author Peter Kramer, film professor R. Barton Palmer, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, and critic Robert Castle. Hosted by Jamey DuVall. Support this podcast
09/04/201h 9m

40th Anniversary: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the classic adventure The Empire Strikes Back with Oscar winning editor Paul Hirsch. Mr. Hirsch's new autobiography titled (https://www.amazon.com/Long-Time-Cutting-Room-Away-ebook/dp/B07QNDVLX3/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=a+long+time+ago+in+a+cutting+room+far%2C+far+away&qid=1586357496&sr=8-1) is now available wherever books are sold. Support this podcast
08/04/2049m 41s

Quarantine Episode: Hollywood Pictures Edition

The Movie Geeks reminisce about a simpler time by discussing the run of predominantly disposable films produced by Hollywood Pictures throughout the nineties. Support this podcast
06/04/201h 28m

The Kubrick Series Episode 1 (Remastered)

Trace the origins of Stanley Kubrick's stellar career - from Look magazine photographer to director of early classics including 'Fear and Desire', 'Killer's Kiss', 'The Killing', 'Lolita', 'Paths of Glory', 'Spartacus' and 'Dr. Strangelove'. Guests include producer James B. Harris, actors Shane Rimmer, Shirley Douglas, and Richard Anderson, biographers Vincent LoBrutto (Stanley Kubrick: A Biography) and Ed Sikov (Mr. Strangelove), critics Erich Feursten and Keith Uhlich, authors Mario Falsetto (Stanley Kubrick: A Narrative and Stylistic Ananlysis), Peter Biskind (Easy Riders, Raging Bulls), and Randy Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), Criterion Collection producer Curtis Tsui, director and cinematographer Peter Hyams (2010: The Year We Make Contact), film analyst Barry Krusch, and film professor R. Barton Palmer. Hosted by Jamey DuVall. Support this podcast
02/04/201h 33m

40th Anniversary: ALLIGATOR

Film historian and author (https://www.amazon.com/Lee-Gambin/e/B00MCMED6Q?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1585528999&sr=8-2) unravels the pleasures of Alligator, the cult film from 1980 starring Robert Forster. Support this podcast
31/03/2055m 5s

Movie Geek Yearbook Preview #1

In this preview of our upcoming series Movie Geek Yearbook, a panel of experts dissect Michelangelo Antonioni's controversial Zabriskie Point. The first episodes of Movie Geek Yearbook premiere in June. Visit MovieGeekYearbook.com (MovieGeekYearbook.com) for more details.
25/03/2021m 15s

The Blu Report - March 2020

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the most notable titles released on the Blu-ray format during the month of March 2020. Support this podcast
23/03/201h 34m

Director James L. Conway

The Movie Geeks speak with James L. Conway, a prolific filmmaker who directed some of the most profitable independent films of all time for Sunn Classic Pictures, including In Search of Noah's Ark, Beyond and Back and The Lincoln Conspiracy.  Support this podcast
22/03/2040m 54s

Remembering PAPER MOON

The Movie Geeks celebrate Peter Bogdanovich's landmark PAPER MOON (1973) with co-star P.J. Johnson, the fetching young actress who portrayed the character of Imogene in the film opposite Ryan O'Neal and Oscar winner Tatum O'Neal. Support this podcast
22/03/2037m 59s

Oscar Prediction Special

The Movie Geeks United! and Oscar, Oscar! podcasts join forces for this year's Oscar Prediction Special. Featuring Jason O'Brien, Jamey DuVall, Mark Johnson and Garney Johnson. Support this podcast
06/02/202h 55m

The Blu Report - February 2020

Co-host Adam Long reveals the roster of Blu-ray titles released during the month of February 2020. Support this podcast
27/01/2057m 6s

The Blu Report - January 2020

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of niche Blu-ray titles released during the month of January 2020. Support this podcast
06/01/201h 1m

The Best Films of the Decade

Movie Geeks United! hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long are joined by film critic Tony Macklin as each reveal their top ten favorite films of the 2010's. Support this podcast
30/12/191h 48m

Screenwriter Richard Whitley (Rock 'n' Roll High School)

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with screenwriter Richard Whitley about his experiences working on the cult classic Rock 'n' Roll High School. In commemoration of the film's 40th anniversary, Shout Factory has released a deluxe special edition Blu-ray that can be purchased at this link (https://www.shoutfactory.com/product/rock-n-roll-high-school-40th-anniversary-edition-SteelBook?product_id=7221). Support this podcast
15/12/1943m 12s

The Blu Report - December 2019

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the roster of titles released on the Blu-ray format during the month of December, including Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Inside Moves, Iceman, Big Trouble in Little China, Silver Bullet and much more. IuinmL05bYTpceS34t63 Support this podcast
02/12/1958m 19s

The Blu Report: November 2019

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the roster of blu-ray titles released during the month of November 2019. Titles include Rock n Roll High School, Resurrection, RoboCop, Dracula, Road Games, Snow Falling on Cedars, Charley Varrick and dozens more.  Support this podcast
25/11/191h 4m

The Blu Report: November 2019

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the roster of blu-ray titles released during the month of November 2019. Titles include Rock n Roll High School, Resurrection, RoboCop, Dracula, Road Games, Snow Falling on Cedars, Charley Varrick and dozens more.
25/11/191h 5m

The Blu Report: October 2019

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the variety of films released on blu-ray during the month of October 2019.  Support this podcast
31/10/191h 15m

The Blu Report: October 2019

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the variety of films released on blu-ray during the month of October 2019.
31/10/191h 16m

Composer Alan Silvestri (Avengers: Endgame)

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed composer Alan Silvestri (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) about his ambitious score for Avengers: Endgame and one of his most iconic collaborations with director Robert Zemeckis.  Support this podcast
26/10/1923m 17s

Composer Alan Silvestri (Avengers: Endgame)

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed composer Alan Silvestri (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) about his ambitious score for Avengers: Endgame and one of his most iconic collaborations with director Robert Zemeckis.
25/10/1924m 0s

September 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the roster of blu-ray titles released during the month of September 2019.  Support this podcast
04/10/1959m 41s

September 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the roster of blu-ray titles released during the month of September 2019.
04/10/191h 0m

10th Anniversary: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY

Released in theaters on September 25, 2009, a little movie titled Paranormal Activity quickly became one of the most successful horror phenomenons in modern cinematic history. Now, on the occasion of the film's 10th anniversary, we speak with lead actress Katie Featherston about the initial audition that would ultimately change the course of her life, the unusual process of filming an improvised movie, and the runaway success of the film and its subsequent sequels. Following our conversation with Katie, you'll hear a replay of our 2009 interview with writer/director Oren Peli, which was conducted during the week of the film's initial release. Support this podcast
26/09/1935m 28s

10th Anniversary: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY

Released in theaters on September 25, 2009, a little movie titled Paranormal Activity quickly became one of the most successful horror phenomenons in modern cinematic history. Now, on the occasion of the film's 10th anniversary, we speak with lead actress Katie Featherston about the initial audition that would ultimately change the course of her life, the unusual process of filming an improvised movie, and the runaway success of the film and its subsequent sequels. Following our conversation with Katie, you'll hear a replay of our 2009 interview with writer/director Oren Peli, which was conducted during the week of the film's initial release.
26/09/1936m 0s

40th Anniversary: STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE

Author and film historian Ray Morton discusses the origins, production and legacy of Star Trek: The Motion Picture on the occasion of the film's 40th anniversary. Support this podcast
17/09/1957m 38s

40th Anniversary: STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE

Author and film historian Ray Morton discusses the origins, production and legacy of Star Trek: The Motion Picture on the occasion of the film's 40th anniversary.
16/09/1958m 0s

Summer of 1994 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks return to their beloved annual series to examine the summer movie releases from 25 years ago. Summer of 1994 releases include Forrest Gump, The Lion King, Natural Born Killers, True Lies, The Crow and dozens more.  Support this podcast
09/09/192h 8m

Summer of 1994 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks return to their beloved annual series to examine the summer movie releases from 25 years ago. Summer of 1994 releases include Forrest Gump, The Lion King, Natural Born Killers, True Lies, The Crow and dozens more.
09/09/192h 9m

Actor/Director Danny Huston

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor and director Danny Huston (The Aviator, Birth, Wonder Woman) about his latest effort both in front of and behind the camera - The Last Photograph.  The film premieres in select theaters and on demand on September 6. Support this podcast
06/09/1920m 55s

Actor/Director Danny Huston

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor and director Danny Huston (The Aviator, Birth, Wonder Woman) about his latest effort both in front of and behind the camera - The Last Photograph.  The film premieres in select theaters and on demand on September 6.
05/09/1921m 0s

Director Ric Roman Waugh (Angel Has Fallen)

The Movie Geeks speak with director Ric Roman Waugh (Felon, Shot Caller) about his latest film, the #1 box office hit Angel Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman and Nick Nolte.  Support this podcast
29/08/1922m 47s

Director Ric Roman Waugh (Angel Has Fallen)

The Movie Geeks speak with director Ric Roman Waugh (Felon, Shot Caller) about his latest film, the #1 box office hit Angel Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman and Nick Nolte.
29/08/1923m 0s

August 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of August 2019.  Support this podcast
27/08/191h 24m

August 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of August 2019.
27/08/191h 25m

The Art of Cinematography: Checco Varese

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC (The 33, True Blood) about his origins as an architect and news cameraman, his experiences working with music legend Prince, and his latest work on the horror epic IT: CHAPTER 2.  Support this podcast
23/08/1935m 17s

The Art of Cinematography: Checco Varese

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed cinematographer Checco Varese, ASC (The 33, True Blood) about his origins as an architect and news cameraman, his experiences working with music legend Prince, and his latest work on the horror epic IT: CHAPTER 2.
23/08/1936m 0s

40th Anniversary: Apocalypse Now

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the war epic Apocalypse Now by featuring a snippet of our 2009 interview with writer-director Francis Ford Coppola, and an in-depth conversation with editor Walter Murch from the archives of our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.  Support this podcast
19/08/1951m 22s

40th Anniversary: Apocalypse Now

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the war epic Apocalypse Now by featuring a snippet of our 2009 interview with writer-director Francis Ford Coppola, and an in-depth conversation with editor Walter Murch from the archives of our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.
19/08/1952m 0s

Art of the Score: David Arnold

Acclaimed composer David Arnold (Independence Day, Die Another Day) discusses his Emmy-nominated work on the Amazon series Good Omens, his approach to melody, and the lessons he imparts to young students eager to enter the film scoring field.  For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/artofscore.htm.  Support this podcast
13/08/1931m 38s

Art of the Score: David Arnold

Acclaimed composer David Arnold (Independence Day, Die Another Day) discusses his Emmy-nominated work on the Amazon series Good Omens, his approach to melody, and the lessons he imparts to young students eager to enter the film scoring field.  For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Art of the Score series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/artofscore.htm.
13/08/1932m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 6 - The Girlfriend

He was the first victim on the evening of August 8, 1969. He became the ultimate symbol for being at the wrong place at the wrong time. But 18-year old Steven Parent was much more than a victim. Now, after 50 years of silence, his high school sweetheart shares her memories of the Steven she knew and loved, her regrets over the last moments they spent together, and the trauma that remained years after his passing.  For more information on the August 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
11/08/1957m 44s

AUGUST 69: Episode 6 - The Girlfriend

He was the first victim on the evening of August 8, 1969. He became the ultimate symbol for being at the wrong place at the wrong time. But 18-year old Steven Parent was much more than a victim. Now, after 50 years of silence, his high school sweetheart shares her memories of the Steven she knew and loved, her regrets over the last moments they spent together, and the trauma that remained years after his passing.  For more information on the August 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
11/08/1958m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 5 - The Journalist

Tom O’Neill spent twenty years investigating the inconsistencies and lies behind Vincent Bugliosi’s Helter Skelter narrative. In our exclusive interview, he discusses the revelations contained in his new book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties, including the lengths taken by Bugliosi to achieve his convictions and the secret tapes that might lead the way to more victims.   For more information on the August 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
10/08/1939m 8s

AUGUST 69: Episode 5 - The Journalist

Tom O’Neill spent twenty years investigating the inconsistencies and lies behind Vincent Bugliosi’s Helter Skelter narrative. In our exclusive interview, he discusses the revelations contained in his new book Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA and the Secret History of the Sixties, including the lengths taken by Bugliosi to achieve his convictions and the secret tapes that might lead the way to more victims.   For more information on the August 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
10/08/1940m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 4 - The Tour Guide

In this fourth episode of AUGUST 69, Scott Michaels - Dearly Departed Tours owner, writer and host of Six Degrees of Helter Skelter and technical consultant on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - discusses the people and locations that continue to reflect the Helter Skelter saga in the Los Angeles of today.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
09/08/1925m 24s

AUGUST 69: Episode 4 - The Tour Guide

In this fourth episode of AUGUST 69, Scott Michaels - Dearly Departed Tours owner, writer and host of Six Degrees of Helter Skelter and technical consultant on Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - discusses the people and locations that continue to reflect the Helter Skelter saga in the Los Angeles of today.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
09/08/1926m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 3 - The Juror

In this third episode of AUGUST 69, William McBride discusses his experiences as the youngest serving juror during the Tate Labianca murder trial. He reveals the most compelling evidence, the most memorable moments, and his thoughts on the possibility of one of the surviving killers being set free.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
08/08/1926m 57s

AUGUST 69: Episode 3 - The Juror

In this third episode of AUGUST 69, William McBride discusses his experiences as the youngest serving juror during the Tate Labianca murder trial. He reveals the most compelling evidence, the most memorable moments, and his thoughts on the possibility of one of the surviving killers being set free.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
08/08/1927m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 2 - The Delivery Man

In this second episode of AUGUST 69, Dennis Hearst discusses his visit to the Cielo Drive residence of Sharon Tate just hours before she and others were murdered, and the testimony he provided during the Tate Labianca murder trial that followed. This is the first media interview Mr. Hearst has granted on his connection to these events in 50 years.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
07/08/1950m 16s

AUGUST 69: Episode 2 - The Delivery Man

In this second episode of AUGUST 69, Dennis Hearst discusses his visit to the Cielo Drive residence of Sharon Tate just hours before she and others were murdered, and the testimony he provided during the Tate Labianca murder trial that followed. This is the first media interview Mr. Hearst has granted on his connection to these events in 50 years.  For more information on AUGUST 69, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
07/08/1951m 0s

AUGUST 69: Episode 1 - The Brother

In this premiere episode of AUGUST 69, the original series from the Movie Geeks United! podcast, Dr. Don Noyes More discusses the friendly relationship he enjoyed with Sharon Tate in the months leading up to her murder. Dr. More's brother was William Tennant, Roman Polanski's agent and friend who was called upon to identify the bodies at Cielo Drive on August 9, 1969. This is the first time Dr. More has spoken publicly on these incidents in 50 years.  For more information on the AUGUST 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.  Support this podcast
06/08/1931m 49s

AUGUST 69: Episode 1 - The Brother

In this premiere episode of AUGUST 69, the original series from the Movie Geeks United! podcast, Dr. Don Noyes More discusses the friendly relationship he enjoyed with Sharon Tate in the months leading up to her murder. Dr. More's brother was William Tennant, Roman Polanski's agent and friend who was called upon to identify the bodies at Cielo Drive on August 9, 1969. This is the first time Dr. More has spoken publicly on these incidents in 50 years.  For more information on the AUGUST 69 series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm.
06/08/1932m 0s

July 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the myriad of blu-ray titles released during the month of July 2019.  Support this podcast
02/08/1955m 29s

July 2019 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the myriad of blu-ray titles released during the month of July 2019.
02/08/1956m 0s

Tinseltown Tragedies Preview: AUGUST 69

The Movie Geeks present a preview of their upcoming series August 69, an original slate of interviews with figures on the periphery of the horrid events on August 8-9 of that year. The series premieres on Monday, August 5.  Visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm for more details.  Support this podcast
30/07/192m 12s

Tinseltown Tragedies Preview: AUGUST 69

The Movie Geeks present a preview of their upcoming series August 69, an original slate of interviews with figures on the periphery of the horrid events on August 8-9 of that year. The series premieres on Monday, August 5.  Visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/tinseltowntragedies.htm for more details.
29/07/193m 0s

MGU Review: ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the new Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in...Hollywood starring Leonard DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie.  Support this podcast
29/07/1941m 58s

MGU Review: ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the new Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in...Hollywood starring Leonard DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie.
29/07/1942m 0s

In Memoriam: Rutger Hauer

Acclaimed actor Rutger Hauer passed away at the age of 75 on July 19, 2019.  In observance of his passing, here is a replay of our interview with Mr. Hauer from 2008.  Support this podcast
24/07/1932m 33s

In Memoriam: Rutger Hauer

Acclaimed actor Rutger Hauer passed away at the age of 75 on July 19, 2019.  In observance of his passing, here is a replay of our interview with Mr. Hauer from 2008.
24/07/1933m 0s

Consultant Scott Michaels (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)

Movie Geeks United! is thrilled to welcome Scott Michaels back to the show. The owner of Dearly Departed Tours and host of the popular documentary Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Scott was called upon to advise Quentin Tarantino and his crew as they prepared to recreate the Los Angeles of 1969.  For more information on Dearly Departed Tours, and Scott's expertise on the deliciously sordid history of Los Angeles, visit https://dearlydepartedtours.com.  Support this podcast
24/07/1927m 31s

Consultant Scott Michaels (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)

Movie Geeks United! is thrilled to welcome Scott Michaels back to the show. The owner of Dearly Departed Tours and host of the popular documentary Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, Scott was called upon to advise Quentin Tarantino and his crew as they prepared to recreate the Los Angeles of 1969.  For more information on Dearly Departed Tours, and Scott's expertise on the deliciously sordid history of Los Angeles, visit https://dearlydepartedtours.com.
23/07/1928m 0s

Actress Rachel Redleaf (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)

Movie Geeks United! speaks with actress Rachel Redleaf, a sparkling young talent who plays the role of Mama Cass in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon Time in...Hollywood.   Visit Rachel's official website at https://www.rachelredleaf.com.  Support this podcast
23/07/1924m 51s

Actress Rachel Redleaf (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)

Movie Geeks United! speaks with actress Rachel Redleaf, a sparkling young talent who plays the role of Mama Cass in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon Time in...Hollywood.   Visit Rachel's official website at https://www.rachelredleaf.com.
22/07/1925m 0s

Critical Perspectives with Tony Macklin

Critic Tony Macklin chats with Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall about the principles of meaningful criticism. Topics include the importance of preserving film history, the complicated legacy of The Birth of a Nation, and how effective criticism can reflect and deepen our sense of humanity. You can read all of Tony's reviews at http://www.TonyMacklin.net. Support this podcast
20/07/1945m 3s

Critical Perspectives with Tony Macklin

Critic Tony Macklin chats with Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall about the principles of meaningful criticism. Topics include the importance of preserving film history, the complicated legacy of The Birth of a Nation, and how effective criticism can reflect and deepen our sense of humanity. You can read all of Tony's reviews at http://www.TonyMacklin.net.
19/07/1946m 0s

June Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long discuss their thoughts on new releases including Spiderman: Far from Home, Toy Story 4 and Midsommar, and review the specialty blu-ray titles released during the month of June 2019. Support this podcast
03/07/191h 5m

June Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long discuss their thoughts on new releases including Spiderman: Far from Home, Toy Story 4 and Midsommar, and review the specialty blu-ray titles released during the month of June 2019.
03/07/191h 6m

May Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of May 2019. Support this podcast
31/05/191h 26m

May Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of May 2019.
31/05/191h 27m

April Blu-ray Release Roundup

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the most interesting blu-ray titles released during the month of April 2019.  Titles discussed include Melvin and Howard, Scared Stiff, Modern Romance, An Innocent Man, A Face in the Crowd and many others.  Support this podcast
03/05/191h 7m

April Blu-ray Release Roundup

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the most interesting blu-ray titles released during the month of April 2019.  Titles discussed include Melvin and Howard, Scared Stiff, Modern Romance, An Innocent Man, A Face in the Crowd and many others.
03/05/191h 8m

35th Anniversary: GREMLINS

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Gremlins with director Joe Dante.  This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.  Support this podcast
26/04/1938m 25s

35th Anniversary: GREMLINS

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Gremlins with director Joe Dante.  This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.
26/04/1939m 0s

35th Anniversary: GHOSTBUSTERS

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Ghostbusters with co-star William Atherton.  This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.  Support this podcast
25/04/1952m 23s

35th Anniversary: GHOSTBUSTERS

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of the film Ghostbusters with co-star William Atherton.  This interview was originally conducted in 2009 with Aaron Aradillas on our sibling podcast Back By Midnight.
25/04/1953m 0s

35th Anniversary: FIRESTARTER

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Firestarter by premiering a 2009 interview with the film's director Mark L. Lester.  This interview was conducted by Aaron Aradillas and our sibling podcast Back By Midnight. For more information on the Movie Geeks United Anniversary Series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/anniversary.htm.  Support this podcast
24/04/1919m 24s

35th Anniversary: FIRESTARTER

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Firestarter by premiering a 2009 interview with the film's director Mark L. Lester.  This interview was conducted by Aaron Aradillas and our sibling podcast Back By Midnight. For more information on the Movie Geeks United Anniversary Series, visit http://moviegeeksunited.net/anniversary.htm.
24/04/1920m 0s

The Art of the Score: Jay Chattaway

In this installment of the acclaimed Movie Geeks United! original series The Art of the Score, prolific composer Jay Chattaway (Maniac, Missing in Action, Silver Bullet) discusses his approach to film composition, his collaborations with director William Lustig, the Cannon Group and Dino De Laurentiis, and the reinvigorated fan base he's enjoyed due to his work on the Star Trek television franchise.  Support this podcast
19/04/1950m 33s

The Art of the Score: Jay Chattaway

In this installment of the acclaimed Movie Geeks United! original series The Art of the Score, prolific composer Jay Chattaway (Maniac, Missing in Action, Silver Bullet) discusses his approach to film composition, his collaborations with director William Lustig, the Cannon Group and Dino De Laurentiis, and the reinvigorated fan base he's enjoyed due to his work on the Star Trek television franchise.
18/04/1951m 0s

The Haunting of Sharon Tate; Movie Geeks Meet in LA; March Blu-ray Review

The Movie Geeks speak with Daniel Farrands, the director of the controversial new horror film The Haunting of Sharon Tate.  Plus, MGU co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long meet for the first time during a cinema-centric trip to Los Angeles, we review new releases including the remake of Pet Sematary, and reveal the niche titles released on blu-ray during the month of March. Support this podcast
09/04/192h 4m

The Haunting of Sharon Tate; Movie Geeks Meet in LA; March Blu-ray Review

The Movie Geeks speak with Daniel Farrands, the director of the controversial new horror film The Haunting of Sharon Tate.  Plus, MGU co-hosts Jamey DuVall and Adam Long meet for the first time during a cinema-centric trip to Los Angeles, we review new releases including the remake of Pet Sematary, and reveal the niche titles released on blu-ray during the month of March.
09/04/192h 5m

Oscar Post-Mortem; February Blu-ray Roundup

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the 91st annual Academy Awards ceremony, and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of niche blu-ray titles released during the month of February 2019.  Support this podcast
09/03/191h 34m

Oscar Post-Mortem; February Blu-ray Roundup

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the 91st annual Academy Awards ceremony, and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of niche blu-ray titles released during the month of February 2019.
08/03/191h 35m

Oscars Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks discuss their last-minute predictions in the final moments before the 91st Annual Academy Awards ceremony.  Support this podcast
25/02/191h 3m

Oscars Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks discuss their last-minute predictions in the final moments before the 91st Annual Academy Awards ceremony.
24/02/191h 4m

Oscar Chaos; Paramount Woes; Albert Finney

The Movie Geeks celebrate the contributions of recently deceased actors Albert Finney, Bruno Ganz and Dick Miller, share their thoughts on the recent chaos surrounding revoked Academy Award decisions, and the current woes of the financially crunched Paramount Studios.  Support this podcast
22/02/191h 26m

Oscar Chaos; Paramount Woes; Albert Finney

The Movie Geeks celebrate the contributions of recently deceased actors Albert Finney, Bruno Ganz and Dick Miller, share their thoughts on the recent chaos surrounding revoked Academy Award decisions, and the current woes of the financially crunched Paramount Studios.
21/02/191h 27m

Oscar Series: Best Cinematography (Cold War)

The Movie Geeks welcome Best Cinematography nominee Lukasz Zal.  Mr. Zal is nominated for his stunning work on Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War.  Support this podcast
09/02/1917m 58s

Oscar Series: Best Cinematography (Cold War)

The Movie Geeks welcome Best Cinematography nominee Lukasz Zal.  Mr. Zal is nominated for his stunning work on Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War.
08/02/1918m 0s

Oscar Predictions Special

The Movie Geeks offer their predictions for the winners at this year's Academy Awards with esteemed film critic and our dear friend Tony Macklin.  You can read Tony's reviews and hear his interviews with cinema's most legendary players at TonyMacklin.net.   Support this podcast
01/02/191h 45m

Oscar Predictions Special

The Movie Geeks offer their predictions for the winners at this year's Academy Awards with esteemed film critic and our dear friend Tony Macklin.  You can read Tony's reviews and hear his interviews with cinema's most legendary players at TonyMacklin.net.
01/02/191h 46m

January 2019 Home Entertainment Spotlight

Movie Geeks United home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the catalogue titles that occupy the January 2019 blu-ray release schedule, and Dean Treadway reveals the latest offerings on Amazon Prime.  Support this podcast
28/01/191h 34m

January 2019 Home Entertainment Spotlight

Movie Geeks United home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the catalogue titles that occupy the January 2019 blu-ray release schedule, and Dean Treadway reveals the latest offerings on Amazon Prime.
28/01/191h 35m

Oscar Series: Best Production Design (The Favourite)

The Movie Geeks speak with newly nominated production designer Fiona Crombie about her stellar work on The Favourite.  Support this podcast
24/01/1922m 36s

Oscar Series: Best Production Design (The Favourite)

The Movie Geeks speak with newly nominated production designer Fiona Crombie about her stellar work on The Favourite.
23/01/1923m 0s

Slamdance Spotlight

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 24th annual Slamdance Film Festival by featuring interviews with three filmmakers whose works will premiere at the acclaimed Park City, Utah festival: director/screenwriter Mark Jackson (This Teacher), writer/director Alec Tibaldi (Spiral Farm) and director Heidi Yewman (Behind the Bullet).  The Slamdance Film Festival runs from Janury 25 - 31. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.Slamdance.com.    Support this podcast
23/01/191h 15m

Slamdance Spotlight

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 24th annual Slamdance Film Festival by featuring interviews with three filmmakers whose works will premiere at the acclaimed Park City, Utah festival: director/screenwriter Mark Jackson (This Teacher), writer/director Alec Tibaldi (Spiral Farm) and director Heidi Yewman (Behind the Bullet).  The Slamdance Film Festival runs from Janury 25 - 31. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.Slamdance.com.
23/01/191h 16m

Oscar Series: Best Sound Editing (A Quiet Place)

The Movie Geeks speak with the sound team from the breakout horror film A Quiet Place, including newly Oscar nominated sound editors Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl, and re-recording mixer Brandon Proctor.  Support this podcast
22/01/1935m 52s

Oscar Series: Best Sound Editing (A Quiet Place)

The Movie Geeks speak with the sound team from the breakout horror film A Quiet Place, including newly Oscar nominated sound editors Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl, and re-recording mixer Brandon Proctor.
22/01/1936m 0s

Director Jen McGowan (Rust Creek)

The Movie Geeks welcome director Jen McGowan (Kelly & Cal) to the show to discuss her new film Rust Creek, which is currently playing in select theaters and across most VOD platforms.  Support this podcast
17/01/1923m 52s

Director Jen McGowan (Rust Creek)

The Movie Geeks welcome director Jen McGowan (Kelly & Cal) to the show to discuss her new film Rust Creek, which is currently playing in select theaters and across most VOD platforms.
16/01/1924m 0s

The Best Films of 2018

The Movie Geeks reveal their favorite films from 2018.  Support this podcast
15/01/191h 55m

The Best Films of 2018

The Movie Geeks reveal their favorite films from 2018.
14/01/191h 56m

December 2018 Blu-ray Recap

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the roster of niche blu-ray titles that were released throughout the month of December 2018.  Titles include John Carpenter's Starman, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, and a 3 disc remastering of William Lustig's Maniac.  Support this podcast
10/01/191h 25m

December 2018 Blu-ray Recap

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long runs down the roster of niche blu-ray titles that were released throughout the month of December 2018.  Titles include John Carpenter's Starman, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, and a 3 disc remastering of William Lustig's Maniac.
09/01/191h 26m

2019 Film Forecast

The Movie Geeks discuss the list of high profile films that are being released throughout the year. Titles discussed include Captain Marvel, The Lion King, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Downton Abbey, The Irishman, and many others.  Support this podcast
03/01/191h 27m

2019 Film Forecast

The Movie Geeks discuss the list of high profile films that are being released throughout the year. Titles discussed include Captain Marvel, The Lion King, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Downton Abbey, The Irishman, and many others.
02/01/191h 28m

35th Anniversary: Terms of Endearment

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Terms of Endearment by featuring a wide-ranging interview with actor Jeff Daniels. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight.  Support this podcast
27/12/181h 1m

50th Anniversary: Monterey Pop

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beloved musical document Monterey Pop with the film's director D.A. Pennebaker. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight.  Support this podcast
27/12/1851m 57s

35th Anniversary: Terms of Endearment

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of Terms of Endearment by featuring a wide-ranging interview with actor Jeff Daniels. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight.
27/12/181h 2m

40th Anniversary: Grease

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the musical sensation Grease with the film's director Randal Kleiser. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight. Support this podcast
27/12/1839m 54s

50th Anniversary: Monterey Pop

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beloved musical document Monterey Pop with the film's director D.A. Pennebaker. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight.
27/12/1852m 0s

40th Anniversary: Grease

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of the musical sensation Grease with the film's director Randal Kleiser. This interview was conducted in 2009 by host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight.
27/12/1840m 0s

35th Anniversary: The Right Stuff

In this archived episode from host Aaron Aradillas and our sibling podcast Back by Midnight, the late actor Donald Moffat, actress Veronica Cartwright, the late Oscar-winning editor Tom Rolf and composer Bill Conti discuss the influential American epic The Right Stuff.  Support this podcast
27/12/181h 54m

20th Anniversary: The Last Days of Disco

In this archived episode featuring host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight, writer/director Whit Stillman, actor Chris Eigeman and critic David Edelstein discuss the comedy-drama The Last Days of Disco.  Support this podcast
27/12/181h 19m

35th Anniversary: The Right Stuff

In this archived episode from host Aaron Aradillas and our sibling podcast Back by Midnight, the late actor Donald Moffat, actress Veronica Cartwright, the late Oscar-winning editor Tom Rolf and composer Bill Conti discuss the influential American epic The Right Stuff.
27/12/181h 55m

20th Anniversary: The Last Days of Disco

In this archived episode featuring host Aaron Aradillas from our sibling podcast Back by Midnight, writer/director Whit Stillman, actor Chris Eigeman and critic David Edelstein discuss the comedy-drama The Last Days of Disco.
26/12/181h 20m

Composer Justin Hurwitz (First Man)

Two-time Oscar winning film composer Justin Hurwitz (Whiplash, La La Land) chats with us about the creation of his beautiful score to First Man. Support this podcast
18/12/1821m 25s

Prosthetic Makeup Designer Mark Coulier (Suspiria)

Two-time Oscar winning makeup designer Mark Coulier (The Iron Lady) returns to our show to discuss his work on the fantastical horror update of Suspiria and the Golden era Hollywood tale Stan & Ollie. Support this podcast
18/12/1816m 58s

Composer Justin Hurwitz (First Man)

Two-time Oscar winning film composer Justin Hurwitz (Whiplash, La La Land) chats with us about the creation of his beautiful score to First Man.
18/12/1822m 0s

Prosthetic Makeup Designer Mark Coulier (Suspiria)

Two-time Oscar winning makeup designer Mark Coulier (The Iron Lady) returns to our show to discuss his work on the fantastical horror update of Suspiria and the Golden era Hollywood tale Stan & Ollie.
17/12/1817m 0s

Celebrating SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE with author Ray Morton

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with acclaimed author and film scholar Ray Morton in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Superman: The Movie.  Support this podcast
15/12/181h 12m

Celebrating SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE with author Ray Morton

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with acclaimed author and film scholar Ray Morton in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Superman: The Movie.
15/12/181h 13m

Critics Awards; Golden Globes; Kevin Hart Controversy

The Movie Geeks discuss the critics awards that have recently been bestowed this season, speculate on the potential winners among the Golden Globe nominees, and reveal their takes on the recent Kevin Hart/Oscar hosting controversy.  Support this podcast
14/12/181h 38m

Critics Awards; Golden Globes; Kevin Hart Controversy

The Movie Geeks discuss the critics awards that have recently been bestowed this season, speculate on the potential winners among the Golden Globe nominees, and reveal their takes on the recent Kevin Hart/Oscar hosting controversy.
14/12/181h 39m

30th Anniversary: The Last Temptation of Christ

The Movie Geeks observe the 30th anniversary of director Martin Scorsese’s groundbreaking film The Last Temptation of Christ with author Thomas Lindlof (Hollywood Under Siege: Martin Scorsese, the Religious Right, and the Culture Wars). Support this podcast
13/12/181h 6m

30th Anniversary: The Last Temptation of Christ

The Movie Geeks observe the 30th anniversary of director Martin Scorsese’s groundbreaking film The Last Temptation of Christ with author Thomas Lindlof (Hollywood Under Siege: Martin Scorsese, the Religious Right, and the Culture Wars).
12/12/181h 7m

Editor Barry Alexander Brown (BlacKkKlansman)

Editor Barry Alexander Brown (Malcolm X, 25th Hour) discusses his long-standing collaboration with director Spike Lee, and their work on their latest film BlacKkKlansman. Support this podcast
12/12/1823m 34s

Makeup & Hair Designer Jan Sewell (Bohemian Rhapsody)

Makeup & Hair Designer Jan Sewell (The Danish Girl, The Theory of Everything) discusses the challenges of crafting the heyday of Freddie Mercury and Queen in the rollicking musical biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Support this podcast
12/12/1824m 49s

Editor Barry Alexander Brown (BlacKkKlansman)

Editor Barry Alexander Brown (Malcolm X, 25th Hour) discusses his long-standing collaboration with director Spike Lee, and their work on their latest film BlacKkKlansman.
12/12/1824m 0s

Makeup & Hair Designer Jan Sewell (Bohemian Rhapsody)

Makeup & Hair Designer Jan Sewell (The Danish Girl, The Theory of Everything) discusses the challenges of crafting the heyday of Freddie Mercury and Queen in the rollicking musical biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
12/12/1825m 0s

November 2018 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of November 2018.  Support this podcast
11/12/181h 2m

November 2018 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the diverse array of blu-ray titles released during the month of November 2018.
10/12/181h 3m

William Goldman; Roma; Stan Lee

The Movie Geeks discuss the legacy of revered screenwriter William Goldman (All the President's Men, The Princess Bride), their impressions of new releases including Roma and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and the argument over Stan Lee's role in the dumbing of American cinema.  Support this podcast
27/11/181h 26m

William Goldman; Roma; Stan Lee

The Movie Geeks discuss the legacy of revered screenwriter William Goldman (All the President's Men, The Princess Bride), their impressions of new releases including Roma and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and the argument over Stan Lee's role in the dumbing of American cinema.
26/11/181h 27m

The Other Side of the Wind; Ultimate Netflix Debate

The Movie Geeks discuss the release of Orson Welles' final film - The Other Side of the Wind - as well as the accompanying documentary on its tumultuous production, and weigh the merits of the Netflix business model during an epic hour-long debate.  Support this podcast
17/11/181h 31m

The Other Side of the Wind; Ultimate Netflix Debate

The Movie Geeks discuss the release of Orson Welles' final film - The Other Side of the Wind - as well as the accompanying documentary on its tumultuous production, and weigh the merits of the Netflix business model during an epic hour-long debate.
16/11/181h 32m

30th Anniversary: CHILD'S PLAY with screenwriter Don Mancini

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with screenwriter/director Don Mancini (Child's Play franchise) to discuss a shared love of Irwin Allen disaster flicks, the hugely impressive evolution of the Child's Play movies, and all the interesting and talented artists who have entered Chucky's orbit along the way.  Support this podcast
09/11/181h 0m

30th Anniversary: CHILD'S PLAY with screenwriter Don Mancini

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with screenwriter/director Don Mancini (Child's Play franchise) to discuss a shared love of Irwin Allen disaster flicks, the hugely impressive evolution of the Child's Play movies, and all the interesting and talented artists who have entered Chucky's orbit along the way.
09/11/181h 1m

October 2018 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long unleashes an exciting summary of blu-ray releases for the month of October 2018, including Shampoo, Sisters, Get Shorty, DOA, The Night Stalker, and The Wasp Woman.  Support this podcast
01/11/182h 0m

October 2018 Blu-ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long unleashes an exciting summary of blu-ray releases for the month of October 2018, including Shampoo, Sisters, Get Shorty, DOA, The Night Stalker, and The Wasp Woman.
01/11/182h 1m

Halloween; The Hate U Give; Missing Oliver Stone

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the nee incarnation of Halloween, The Hate U Give, and the career trajectory of Oliver Stone.  Support this podcast
26/10/1856m 40s

Halloween; The Hate U Give; Missing Oliver Stone

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the nee incarnation of Halloween, The Hate U Give, and the career trajectory of Oliver Stone.
25/10/1857m 0s

First Man; True Stories, False Films; Corny 80s Movie Songs

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the new Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, discuss several recent film-related books, consider Mel Gibson's plans to remake The Wild Bunch, and dissect some of the most embarrassing theme songs from the films of the 1980's.  Support this podcast
20/10/181h 44m

First Man; True Stories, False Films; Corny 80s Movie Songs

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the new Neil Armstrong biopic First Man, discuss several recent film-related books, consider Mel Gibson's plans to remake The Wild Bunch, and dissect some of the most embarrassing theme songs from the films of the 1980's.
19/10/181h 45m

Film Historian and Author Lee Gambin

Home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with film historian and author Lee Gambin regarding the importance of thoughtful criticism, his blu-ray commentaries on a string of films including The Reincarnation of Peter Proud and Night of the Lepes, and the research efforts behind his books on the making of Cujo, the eco-horror genre and much more.  For more information and to purchase any one of Mr. Gambin's impressive works on blu-ray or in book form, including his definitive Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo, visit https://amzn.to/2yI4Mtr.  Support this podcast
18/10/181h 9m

Film Historian and Author Lee Gambin

Home entertainment correspondent Adam Long chats with film historian and author Lee Gambin regarding the importance of thoughtful criticism, his blu-ray commentaries on a string of films including The Reincarnation of Peter Proud and Night of the Lepes, and the research efforts behind his books on the making of Cujo, the eco-horror genre and much more.  For more information and to purchase any one of Mr. Gambin's impressive works on blu-ray or in book form, including his definitive Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo, visit https://amzn.to/2yI4Mtr.
17/10/181h 10m

35th Anniversary: Jaws 3-D

Academy Award nominated production designer (Close Encounters of the Third Kind) and Jaws 3-D director Joe Alves discusses his storied career, including his beginnings working on the classic sci-fi favorite Forbidden Planet, his collaborations with director Steven Spielberg, and his experiences on the ill-fated third entry in the Jaws franchise.  Support this podcast
05/10/1855m 12s

35th Anniversary: Jaws 3-D

Academy Award nominated production designer (Close Encounters of the Third Kind) and Jaws 3-D director Joe Alves discusses his storied career, including his beginnings working on the classic sci-fi favorite Forbidden Planet, his collaborations with director Steven Spielberg, and his experiences on the ill-fated third entry in the Jaws franchise.
05/10/1856m 0s

September 2018 Blu ray Recap

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the library of titles released on blu ray during the month of September 2018, including new offerings from the Criterion Collection, Warner Archive, Olive Films, Scream Factory, Twilight Time, Kino Lorber and others.  Support this podcast
01/10/181h 58m

September 2018 Blu ray Recap

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the library of titles released on blu ray during the month of September 2018, including new offerings from the Criterion Collection, Warner Archive, Olive Films, Scream Factory, Twilight Time, Kino Lorber and others.
01/10/181h 59m

A Star is Reborn; Ashby Lives; Neil Diamond in Blackface

The Movie Geeks discuss the latest movie news headlines, review A Star is Born, Blaze, The Predator, A Simple Favor, and the new documentary on director Hal Ashby, and bask in the majestic wonders of Neil Diamond's The Jazz Singer. Support this podcast
21/09/181h 30m

A Star is Reborn; Ashby Lives; Neil Diamond in Blackface

The Movie Geeks discuss the latest movie news headlines, review A Star is Born, Blaze, The Predator, A Simple Favor, and the new documentary on director Hal Ashby, and bask in the majestic wonders of Neil Diamond's The Jazz Singer.
20/09/181h 31m

August 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the list of niche blu-ray titles released during the month of August 2018. Support this podcast
13/09/181h 4m

August 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! co-host and home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reviews the list of niche blu-ray titles released during the month of August 2018.
12/09/181h 5m

40th Anniversary: THE FURY

Movie Geeks United! welcomes Sam Irvin, a veteran director, screenwriter, and former assistant to Brian De Palma during the production of The Fury.  Support this podcast
24/08/181h 18m

40th Anniversary: THE FURY

Movie Geeks United! welcomes Sam Irvin, a veteran director, screenwriter, and former assistant to Brian De Palma during the production of The Fury.
23/08/181h 19m

Spike Lee Returns; Amazon Prime Recap; Oscars Surrender

The Movie Geeks reveal their thoughts on Spike Lee's latest film BlacKkKlansman, discuss the current crop of available titles on Amazon Prime, and debate the recently announced changes to the annual Academy Awards telecast. Support this podcast
17/08/181h 21m

Spike Lee Returns; Amazon Prime Recap; Oscars Surrender

The Movie Geeks reveal their thoughts on Spike Lee's latest film BlacKkKlansman, discuss the current crop of available titles on Amazon Prime, and debate the recently announced changes to the annual Academy Awards telecast.
17/08/181h 22m

M:I 6; Requiem for a MoviePass; July Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on Mission: Impossible - Fallout, the imminent demise of MoviePass, the best mainstream theater chains, and the calendar of niche blu-rays released during the month of July 2018.  Support this podcast
03/08/181h 33m

M:I 6; Requiem for a MoviePass; July Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on Mission: Impossible - Fallout, the imminent demise of MoviePass, the best mainstream theater chains, and the calendar of niche blu-rays released during the month of July 2018.
03/08/181h 34m

Movie Geek Game Night - Beat the Geek - Season 1 Finale

In this finale to the Movie Geeks United! original game show Movie Geek Game Night, Season 1 champion Mike White (The Projeciton Booth) faces off against MGU co-host Dean Treadway. Support this podcast
28/07/1830m 35s

Movie Geek Game Night - Beat the Geek - Season 1 Finale

In this finale to the Movie Geeks United! original game show Movie Geek Game Night, Season 1 champion Mike White (The Projeciton Booth) faces off against MGU co-host Dean Treadway.
28/07/1831m 0s

Movie Geek Game Night - Championship Episode - Season 1

In this championship episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - our three Season 1 winners compete for a spot in our Beat the Geek finale. Support this podcast
27/07/1829m 45s

Movie Geek Game Night - Championship Episode - Season 1

In this championship episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - our three Season 1 winners compete for a spot in our Beat the Geek finale.
27/07/1830m 0s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 3 - Season 1

In this third episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are Oscar, Oscar host Jason O'Brien (Alabama), William Lanham (Florida), and Donovan Schroeter (Arizona).  Support this podcast
26/07/1829m 40s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 3 - Season 1

In this third episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are Oscar, Oscar host Jason O'Brien (Alabama), William Lanham (Florida), and Donovan Schroeter (Arizona).
26/07/1830m 0s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 2 - Season 1

In this second episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are filmmaker & criticJim Tudor (MIssouri), Michael Stoneking (Iowa), and Gregg Moore (Texas).  Support this podcast
25/07/1827m 0s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 2 - Season 1

In this second episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are filmmaker & criticJim Tudor (MIssouri), Michael Stoneking (Iowa), and Gregg Moore (Texas).
25/07/1827m 0s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 1 - Season 1

In this premiere episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are Projection Booth host Mike White (Michigan), Julie Feucht (Ohio), and Kyle Flyberg (Washington).  Support this podcast
24/07/1829m 25s

Movie Geek Game Night - Episode 1 - Season 1

In this premiere episode of Movie Geek Game Night - the original game show from the Movie Geeks United! podcast - three contestants from across the country face off in four challenging rounds of movie trivia. The winner returns for our Championship Episode and a chance to Beat the Geek - co-host Dean Treadway - in the season finale. Tonight's contestants are Projection Booth host Mike White (Michigan), Julie Feucht (Ohio), and Kyle Flyberg (Washington).
24/07/1830m 0s

Denzel Equalizes; Remembering Tab Hunter; Worst Movie Cliches

The Movie Geeks review a slate of recent releases including Boundaries, The Equalizer II and Love, Cecil, discuss the contributions of actor Tab Hunter, evaluate the filmmaking strengths of Clint Eastwood, and reveal a list of the worst movie cliches.  Support this podcast
20/07/181h 20m

Denzel Equalizes; Remembering Tab Hunter; Worst Movie Cliches

The Movie Geeks review a slate of recent releases including Boundaries, The Equalizer II and Love, Cecil, discuss the contributions of actor Tab Hunter, evaluate the filmmaking strengths of Clint Eastwood, and reveal a list of the worst movie cliches.
19/07/181h 21m

Ant-Man Returns; Reassessing Vertigo & Mulholland Drive; Polarizing Movies

The Movie Geeks review the new documentary Whitney and Ant-Man and the Wasp, debate the best of the Dirty Harry franchise, assess Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo in the age of the Me Too movement, and discuss a list of the most polarizing films ever made.  Support this podcast
13/07/181h 46m

Ant-Man Returns; Reassessing Vertigo & Mulholland Drive; Polarizing Movies

The Movie Geeks review the new documentary Whitney and Ant-Man and the Wasp, debate the best of the Dirty Harry franchise, assess Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo in the age of the Me Too movement, and discuss a list of the most polarizing films ever made.
13/07/181h 47m

June 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of niche titles released on blu-ray throughout the month of June.  Titles include The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Coming to America, Body of Evidence, Superfly, Night of the Lepus and dozens more.  Support this podcast
07/07/181h 28m

June 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the diverse array of niche titles released on blu-ray throughout the month of June.  Titles include The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Coming to America, Body of Evidence, Superfly, Night of the Lepus and dozens more.
06/07/181h 29m

40th Anniversary - Superman: The Movie

Actor Jeff East joins the Movie Geeks to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie.  Mr. East, who portrayed the young Clark Kent in the film, shares anecdotes on a variety of figures he's worked with over the years, including Warren Oates, J. Lee Thompson, Christopher Reeve and Wes Craven. Support this podcast
03/07/181h 5m

40th Anniversary - Superman: The Movie

Actor Jeff East joins the Movie Geeks to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie.  Mr. East, who portrayed the young Clark Kent in the film, shares anecdotes on a variety of figures he's worked with over the years, including Warren Oates, J. Lee Thompson, Christopher Reeve and Wes Craven.
02/07/181h 6m

Summer of 1993 at the Movies - Part 2

The Movie Geeks continue their exploration of the films that domainted the summer season of 1993. Titles include In the Line of Fire, Hocus Pocus, Son in Law, The Fugitive, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Needful Things, Searching for Bobby Fischer, and Weekend at Bernies II.  Support this podcast
28/06/182h 4m

Summer of 1993 at the Movies - Part 2

The Movie Geeks continue their exploration of the films that domainted the summer season of 1993. Titles include In the Line of Fire, Hocus Pocus, Son in Law, The Fugitive, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Needful Things, Searching for Bobby Fischer, and Weekend at Bernies II.
28/06/182h 5m

Summer of 1993 at the Movies - Part 1

In the first of two episodes, the Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the string of releases from the summer season of 25 years ago. Titles include Sleepless in Seattle, Jurassic Park, Cliffhanger, Guilty as Sin, Menace II Society, Last Action Hero, Dave and The Firm.  Support this podcast
18/06/181h 22m

Summer of 1993 at the Movies - Part 1

In the first of two episodes, the Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the string of releases from the summer season of 25 years ago. Titles include Sleepless in Seattle, Jurassic Park, Cliffhanger, Guilty as Sin, Menace II Society, Last Action Hero, Dave and The Firm.
18/06/181h 23m

Pacino & Tarantino Unite; First Reformed; Hereditary

The Movie Geeks review new releases, including Hereditary and First Reformed, discuss the trailers for A Star is Born and the revamped Halloween, and dissect the latest casting announcements for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Support this podcast
14/06/181h 37m

Pacino & Tarantino Unite; First Reformed; Hereditary

The Movie Geeks review new releases, including Hereditary and First Reformed, discuss the trailers for A Star is Born and the revamped Halloween, and dissect the latest casting announcements for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
13/06/181h 38m

The Kubrick Series Uncut: Tony Zierra & Elizabeth Yoffe

Director Tony Zierra and producer Elizabeth Yoffe discuss their acclaimed new documentary Filmworker, which chronicles the life and cinematic contributions of Stanley Kubrick's longtime personal assistant Leon Vitali. Support this podcast
08/06/181h 3m

The Kubrick Series Uncut: Tony Zierra & Elizabeth Yoffe

Director Tony Zierra and producer Elizabeth Yoffe discuss their acclaimed new documentary Filmworker, which chronicles the life and cinematic contributions of Stanley Kubrick's longtime personal assistant Leon Vitali.
08/06/181h 4m

45th Anniversary: The Long Goodbye

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 45th anniversary of Robert Altman's The Long Goodbye with best-selling crime author Michael Connelly (The Lincoln Lawyer, Bosch) and film critic Tony Macklin. For more information on Mr. Connelly and his staggering work, visit https://www.MichaelConnelly.com.  To access the film criticism and classic filmmaker interviews of Mr. Macklin, visit http://www.TonyMacklin.net. Support this podcast
08/06/181h 27m

45th Anniversary: The Long Goodbye

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 45th anniversary of Robert Altman's The Long Goodbye with best-selling crime author Michael Connelly (The Lincoln Lawyer, Bosch) and film critic Tony Macklin. For more information on Mr. Connelly and his staggering work, visit https://www.MichaelConnelly.com.  To access the film criticism and classic filmmaker interviews of Mr. Macklin, visit http://www.TonyMacklin.net.
07/06/181h 28m

Solo Reactions; May Blu-ray Releases; Amazon Prime in June

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the new Star Wars adventure Solo, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the crop of blu-ray titles released in May, and co-host Dean Treadway reviews the June offerings on Amazon Prime. Support this podcast
01/06/181h 36m

Solo Reactions; May Blu-ray Releases; Amazon Prime in June

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on the new Star Wars adventure Solo, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the crop of blu-ray titles released in May, and co-host Dean Treadway reviews the June offerings on Amazon Prime.
01/06/181h 37m

Drew Friedman Doc; Vitali Unveiled; Deadpool Returns

The Movie Geeks speak with Kevin Dougherty, the director of an upcoming documentary titled Drew Friedman: Vermeer of the Borscht Belt, which chronicles the life and art of the acclaimed illustrator.  Plus, discussions on the winners at this year's Cannes Film Festival and the casting of Burt Reynolds in Quentin Tarantino's latest, reviews of Deadpool 2, Tully, FIlmworker, and Lean on Pete, as well as a list of the worst performances ever delivered by great actors.  To contribute to the completion of Mr. Dougherty's film, visit their Kickstarter page at http://www.chiconeededthemoney.com/contribute/.  Support this podcast
23/05/181h 35m

Drew Friedman Doc; Vitali Unveiled; Deadpool Returns

The Movie Geeks speak with Kevin Dougherty, the director of an upcoming documentary titled Drew Friedman: Vermeer of the Borscht Belt, which chronicles the life and art of the acclaimed illustrator.  Plus, discussions on the winners at this year's Cannes Film Festival and the casting of Burt Reynolds in Quentin Tarantino's latest, reviews of Deadpool 2, Tully, FIlmworker, and Lean on Pete, as well as a list of the worst performances ever delivered by great actors.  To contribute to the completion of Mr. Dougherty's film, visit their Kickstarter page at http://www.chiconeededthemoney.com/contribute/.
23/05/181h 36m

Hollywood's Dearly Departed with Scott Michaels

Scott Michaels, the owner of Hollywood's most addictive tour Dearly Departed, joins Movie Geeks United! correspondent Adam Long for a fun and wide-ranging conversation on Tinseltown's most bizarre celebrity deaths.  Support this podcast
19/05/181h 3m

Hollywood's Dearly Departed with Scott Michaels

Scott Michaels, the owner of Hollywood's most addictive tour Dearly Departed, joins Movie Geeks United! correspondent Adam Long for a fun and wide-ranging conversation on Tinseltown's most bizarre celebrity deaths.
18/05/181h 4m

The Kubrick Series Uncut: Stanley Kubrick (1987)

This 2-hour never before heard interview with Stanley Kubrick was conducted by acclaimed author/journalist Tim Cahill for Rolling Stone magazine in 1987. Mr. Cahill has generously allowed us to share these recordings with listeners of Movie Geeks United! and The Kubrick Series.  For more information on The Kubrick Series, visit http://www.TheKubrickSeries.com. For access to Mr. Cahill's magazine Outside, visit https://www.outsideonline.com/1741411/tim-cahill.      Support this podcast
14/05/182h 3m

The Kubrick Series Uncut: Stanley Kubrick (1987)

This 2-hour never before heard interview with Stanley Kubrick was conducted by acclaimed author/journalist Tim Cahill for Rolling Stone magazine in 1987. Mr. Cahill has generously allowed us to share these recordings with listeners of Movie Geeks United! and The Kubrick Series.  For more information on The Kubrick Series, visit http://www.TheKubrickSeries.com. For access to Mr. Cahill's magazine Outside, visit https://www.outsideonline.com/1741411/tim-cahill.
14/05/182h 4m

45th Anniversary: The Exorcist

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 45th anniversary of The Exorcist with a replay of our interviews with the film's director William Friedkin and cinematographer Owen Roizman.  The conversation with Mr. Roizman was conducted by our sibling podcast Back By Midnight and its host Aaron Aradillas.  For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net. Support this podcast
11/05/1840m 43s

45th Anniversary: The Exorcist

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 45th anniversary of The Exorcist with a replay of our interviews with the film's director William Friedkin and cinematographer Owen Roizman.  The conversation with Mr. Roizman was conducted by our sibling podcast Back By Midnight and its host Aaron Aradillas.  For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
11/05/1841m 0s

40th Anniversary: Halloween

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of Halloween with a replay of interviews conducted by Aaron Aradillas of our sibling podcast Back By Midnight. Guests include the film's cinematographer Dean Cundey and co-star P.J. Soles.   For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net. Support this podcast
10/05/181h 22m

40th Anniversary: Halloween

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 40th anniversary of Halloween with a replay of interviews conducted by Aaron Aradillas of our sibling podcast Back By Midnight. Guests include the film's cinematographer Dean Cundey and co-star P.J. Soles.   For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
10/05/181h 23m

35th Anniversary: WarGames

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of WarGames with a replay of our archived interview with the film's director John Badham. For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net. Support this podcast
09/05/1834m 25s

35th Anniversary: WarGames

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 35th anniversary of WarGames with a replay of our archived interview with the film's director John Badham. For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
09/05/1835m 0s

30th Anniversary: Child's Play

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 30th anniversary of the horror favorite Child's Play with a replay of our archived interview with the film's director Tom Holland. For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net. Support this podcast
08/05/1843m 27s

30th Anniversary: Child's Play

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 30th anniversary of the horror favorite Child's Play with a replay of our archived interview with the film's director Tom Holland. For more information on the Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
08/05/1844m 0s

10th Anniversary: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 10th anniversary of David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with replays of our archived interviews with the film's cinematographer Claudio Miranda and composer Alexandre Desplat. For more information on The Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.     Support this podcast
07/05/1855m 21s

10th Anniversary: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 10th anniversary of David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with replays of our archived interviews with the film's cinematographer Claudio Miranda and composer Alexandre Desplat. For more information on The Movie Geeks United! Anniversary Series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
07/05/1856m 0s

2018 CinemaCon; Blu-ray Releases; Amazon Prime Recap

The Movie Geeks are joined by filmmaker Rick Jansen, who recaps the exciting goings on during the 2018 CinemaCon event in Las Vegas, including special presentations on Mission: Impossible - Fallout, David Gordon Green's Halloween, Suspiria and Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Plus, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche blu-ray releases for the month of April, and co-host Dean Treadway discusses the new titles available on Amazon Prime during the month of May. Support this podcast
01/05/181h 41m

2018 CinemaCon; Blu-ray Releases; Amazon Prime Recap

The Movie Geeks are joined by filmmaker Rick Jansen, who recaps the exciting goings on during the 2018 CinemaCon event in Las Vegas, including special presentations on Mission: Impossible - Fallout, David Gordon Green's Halloween, Suspiria and Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Plus, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche blu-ray releases for the month of April, and co-host Dean Treadway discusses the new titles available on Amazon Prime during the month of May.
30/04/181h 42m

2018 Atlanta Film Festival Recap

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway reviews a slew of films from the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival, including Prison Logic, Hearts Beat Loud, Still, Eighth Grade, and the new Mister Rogers documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? from Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville.  To commission and purchase a movie ad collage from Dean, visit http://filmicability.blogspot.com/2014/10/my-70s-movie-ad-collages-available-for.html. Support this podcast
25/04/181h 59m

2018 Atlanta Film Festival Recap

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway reviews a slew of films from the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival, including Prison Logic, Hearts Beat Loud, Still, Eighth Grade, and the new Mister Rogers documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? from Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville.  To commission and purchase a movie ad collage from Dean, visit http://filmicability.blogspot.com/2014/10/my-70s-movie-ad-collages-available-for.html.
25/04/182h 0m

RIP Milos Forman; Atlanta Film Festival; Elvis Presley

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway reports from the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival and shares his thoughts on film premieres including Blindspotting and Poor Jane.  Plus, the hosts review the new film You Were Never Really Here starring Joaquin Phoenix, discuss the legacy of recently deceased director Milos Forman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), and the misguided film career of Elvis Presley.  Support this podcast
17/04/181h 22m

RIP Milos Forman; Atlanta Film Festival; Elvis Presley

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway reports from the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival and shares his thoughts on film premieres including Blindspotting and Poor Jane.  Plus, the hosts review the new film You Were Never Really Here starring Joaquin Phoenix, discuss the legacy of recently deceased director Milos Forman (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), and the misguided film career of Elvis Presley.
16/04/181h 23m

A Quiet Place; Pacino's Paterno; Ready Player One

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including The Last Movie Star, Paterno, Ready Player One and A Quiet Place, evaluate the greatest late career Al Pacino performances and the best films directed by Steven Spielberg, and discuss the ongoing battle between Netflix and the Cannes Film Festival/Academy Awards. Plus, the premiere of Johnny Greenwood's score for You Were Never Really Here. Support this podcast
13/04/181h 34m

A Quiet Place; Pacino's Paterno; Ready Player One

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including The Last Movie Star, Paterno, Ready Player One and A Quiet Place, evaluate the greatest late career Al Pacino performances and the best films directed by Steven Spielberg, and discuss the ongoing battle between Netflix and the Cannes Film Festival/Academy Awards. Plus, the premiere of Johnny Greenwood's score for You Were Never Really Here.
13/04/181h 35m

And Then I Go Director Vincent Grashaw

The Movie Geeks welcome director Vincent Grashaw, whose new film And Then I Go releases on Digital HD and On Demand platforms on April 17. Based on Jim Shepard’s 2004 novel Project X, the film deals with subjects related to adolescence with moving candor, and stars Arman Darbo, Sawyer Barth, Melanie Lynskey, Justin Long, and Tony Hale. Support this podcast
11/04/1856m 55s

And Then I Go Director Vincent Grashaw

The Movie Geeks welcome director Vincent Grashaw, whose new film And Then I Go releases on Digital HD and On Demand platforms on April 17. Based on Jim Shepard’s 2004 novel Project X, the film deals with subjects related to adolescence with moving candor, and stars Arman Darbo, Sawyer Barth, Melanie Lynskey, Justin Long, and Tony Hale.
10/04/1857m 0s

Soderbergh Goes Unsane; Netflix vs. the Oscars; Blu-ray Report

The Movie Geeks review a slew of new release including Unsane, Game Night, Flower, and Isle of Dogs, discuss the saturation of Netflix product and what it could mean for future Oscar races, and ruminate on dozens of new blu-ray releases with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.  Support this podcast
27/03/181h 40m

Soderbergh Goes Unsane; Netflix vs. the Oscars; Blu-ray Report

The Movie Geeks review a slew of new release including Unsane, Game Night, Flower, and Isle of Dogs, discuss the saturation of Netflix product and what it could mean for future Oscar races, and ruminate on dozens of new blu-ray releases with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.
27/03/181h 41m

Oscars Post-Mortem; Latest Reviews; 2018 Movie Preview

The Movie Geeks provide their post mortem on this year's Oscar ceremony, review Death Wish, The Death of Stalin and Red Sparrow, and discuss the latest movie headlines, including the Scorsese-produced Joker movie, the flurry of Manson-related projects on the way, and a few of the high profile films scheduled for release later this year. Plus, the premiere of Junkie XL's score for Tomb Raider. Support this podcast
15/03/181h 31m

Oscars Post-Mortem; Latest Reviews; 2018 Movie Preview

The Movie Geeks provide their post mortem on this year's Oscar ceremony, review Death Wish, The Death of Stalin and Red Sparrow, and discuss the latest movie headlines, including the Scorsese-produced Joker movie, the flurry of Manson-related projects on the way, and a few of the high profile films scheduled for release later this year. Plus, the premiere of Junkie XL's score for Tomb Raider.
14/03/181h 32m

Oscar Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks discuss final predictions and thoughts in the moments before the 90th Academy Awards. Support this podcast
05/03/181h 27m

Oscar Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks discuss final predictions and thoughts in the moments before the 90th Academy Awards.
04/03/181h 28m

February 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the diverse roster of blu-ray titles released throughout the month of February 2018.  Titles include Criterion's 4K restoration of Night of the Living Dead, Twilight Time's Manhattan Murder Mystery, and a series of curios including Condorman and V.I. Warshawski.  Support this podcast
02/03/181h 22m

February 2018 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the diverse roster of blu-ray titles released throughout the month of February 2018.  Titles include Criterion's 4K restoration of Night of the Living Dead, Twilight Time's Manhattan Murder Mystery, and a series of curios including Condorman and V.I. Warshawski.
01/03/181h 23m

Tarantino Controversy; Film Reviews; Listener Email

The Movie Geeks discuss the current controversies surrounding director Quentin Tarantino, review a slew of both new and classic film releases, and read recent emails from our magnificent listeners.  Support this podcast
17/02/181h 36m

Tarantino Controversy; Film Reviews; Listener Email

The Movie Geeks discuss the current controversies surrounding director Quentin Tarantino, review a slew of both new and classic film releases, and read recent emails from our magnificent listeners.
16/02/181h 37m

Oscar Predictions Special

The Movie Geeks are joined by our good friend and esteemed film critic Tony Macklin as we discuss our predictions for the winners of this year's Academy Awards.  You can access Tony's terrific reviews and filmmaker interviews at TonyMacklin.net.   Support this podcast
02/02/181h 43m

Oscar Predictions Special

The Movie Geeks are joined by our good friend and esteemed film critic Tony Macklin as we discuss our predictions for the winners of this year's Academy Awards.  You can access Tony's terrific reviews and filmmaker interviews at TonyMacklin.net.
01/02/181h 44m

The Best Films of 2017

The Movie Geeks reveal their favorite films of 2017.  Support this podcast
23/01/182h 44m

The Best Films of 2017

The Movie Geeks reveal their favorite films of 2017.
22/01/182h 45m

December/January Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche blu-ray titles released throughout the months of December 2017 and January 2018, including The Breakfast Club, The Hospital, China Moon, Code of Silence, Matinee, The Whales of August, Auntie Mame, Yor: The Hunter from the Future and many more. Support this podcast
19/01/181h 17m

December/January Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche blu-ray titles released throughout the months of December 2017 and January 2018, including The Breakfast Club, The Hospital, China Moon, Code of Silence, Matinee, The Whales of August, Auntie Mame, Yor: The Hunter from the Future and many more.
18/01/181h 18m

Petty Getty; Payne's Stain; Oscar's Imposters

The Movie Geeks analyze how this year's Oscar race is taking shape, and review All the Money in The World, Downsizing, I Love You, Daddy, and a slew of additional recent and classic titles. Plus, a selection from Daniel Pemberton's score for Molly's Game. Support this podcast
12/01/181h 46m

Petty Getty; Payne's Stain; Oscar's Imposters

The Movie Geeks analyze how this year's Oscar race is taking shape, and review All the Money in The World, Downsizing, I Love You, Daddy, and a slew of additional recent and classic titles. Plus, a selection from Daniel Pemberton's score for Molly's Game.
11/01/181h 47m

35th Anniversary: The Executioner's Song

In this archived interview from our sibling podcast Back By Midnight, host Aaron Aradillas speaks with filmmaker Lawrence Schiller, the director of the influential 1982 TV film The Executioner's Song. Based on a novel by Norman Mailer, and starring Tommy Lee Jones and Rosanna Arquette, The Executioner's Song tells the story of Gary Gilmore, a convicted murderer who demanded execution by firing squad in 1977. Support this podcast
29/12/1731m 26s

60th Anniversary: Fear Strikes Out

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long celebrates the 60th anniversary of the classic Fear Strikes Out with the film's female lead Norma Moore. Directed by Robert Mulligan and produced by Alan Pakula, the film tells the story of Jimmy Piersall, a major league baseball sensation who suffered from mental illness. Ms. Moore discusses her working relationship with all of the principle talents associated with the film, including star Anthony Perkins, and her additional experiences in classic Hollywood. Support this podcast
29/12/1745m 24s

35th Anniversary: The Executioner's Song

In this archived interview from our sibling podcast Back By Midnight, host Aaron Aradillas speaks with filmmaker Lawrence Schiller, the director of the influential 1982 TV film The Executioner's Song. Based on a novel by Norman Mailer, and starring Tommy Lee Jones and Rosanna Arquette, The Executioner's Song tells the story of Gary Gilmore, a convicted murderer who demanded execution by firing squad in 1977.
29/12/1732m 0s

60th Anniversary: Fear Strikes Out

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long celebrates the 60th anniversary of the classic Fear Strikes Out with the film's female lead Norma Moore. Directed by Robert Mulligan and produced by Alan Pakula, the film tells the story of Jimmy Piersall, a major league baseball sensation who suffered from mental illness. Ms. Moore discusses her working relationship with all of the principle talents associated with the film, including star Anthony Perkins, and her additional experiences in classic Hollywood.
29/12/1746m 0s

The Last Jedi; Golden Globe Predictions

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the latest and most divisive installment of the Star Wars franchise - The Last Jedi - and pick the winners among this year's crop of Golden Globe nominees.  Support this podcast
21/12/171h 45m

The Last Jedi; Golden Globe Predictions

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the latest and most divisive installment of the Star Wars franchise - The Last Jedi - and pick the winners among this year's crop of Golden Globe nominees.
21/12/171h 46m

Oscar Season Film Reviews

The Movie Geeks review an abundance of new releases, including Call Me by Your Name, Wonder Wheel, First They Killed My Father, I, Tonya, Hostiles, My Friend Dahmer and The Darkest Hour. Plus. the premiere of Alexandre Desplat's score for The Shape of Water.  Support this podcast
14/12/171h 52m

Oscar Season Film Reviews

The Movie Geeks review an abundance of new releases, including Call Me by Your Name, Wonder Wheel, First They Killed My Father, I, Tonya, Hostiles, My Friend Dahmer and The Darkest Hour. Plus. the premiere of Alexandre Desplat's score for The Shape of Water.
14/12/171h 53m

MGU Interview: Screenwriter Herman Raucher

Movie Geeks United! correspondent Adam Long speaks with Oscar nominated screenwriter Herman Raucher (Summer of '42, The Watermelon Man, Sweet November) about the highlights of his extraordinary career, and his thoughts on the impressive list of collaborators he's enjoyed along the way including Paddy Chayefsky, Michel Legrand, Robert Mulligan and Sidney Lumet. Support this podcast
09/12/171h 3m

MGU Interview: Screenwriter Herman Raucher

Movie Geeks United! correspondent Adam Long speaks with Oscar nominated screenwriter Herman Raucher (Summer of '42, The Watermelon Man, Sweet November) about the highlights of his extraordinary career, and his thoughts on the impressive list of collaborators he's enjoyed along the way including Paddy Chayefsky, Michel Legrand, Robert Mulligan and Sidney Lumet.
08/12/171h 4m

Spielberg's Post; Critics Awards; Lady Bird Soars

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent crop of film critic award recipients, and review the latest releases including Steven Spielberg's The Post, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lady Bird, Roman J. Israel, Esq., and Molly's Game.  Plus, the premiere of Jon Brion's score to Lady Bird. Support this podcast
06/12/171h 46m

Spielberg's Post; Critics Awards; Lady Bird Soars

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent crop of film critic award recipients, and review the latest releases including Steven Spielberg's The Post, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lady Bird, Roman J. Israel, Esq., and Molly's Game.  Plus, the premiere of Jon Brion's score to Lady Bird.
06/12/171h 47m

Franco's Disaster; Pacino's Habits; Troma's Placenta

It's blu-ray time as home entertainment correspondent Adam Long returns to reveal this month's list of niche releases. Plus, reviews of new films including The Disaster Artist, Wonder Wheel and Mudbound.  Support this podcast
30/11/171h 51m

Franco's Disaster; Pacino's Habits; Troma's Placenta

It's blu-ray time as home entertainment correspondent Adam Long returns to reveal this month's list of niche releases. Plus, reviews of new films including The Disaster Artist, Wonder Wheel and Mudbound.
30/11/171h 52m

Justice League; Actors Direct; Shatner Sings

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases including Justice League, Loveless, Columbus, Blade of the Immortal, and Jim & Andy, debate the quality of this year's crop of documentaries, and reveal a list of the most underrated films directed by actors. The episode concludes with the glory that is William Shatner's The Transformed Man.  Support this podcast
22/11/171h 51m

Justice League; Actors Direct; Shatner Sings

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases including Justice League, Loveless, Columbus, Blade of the Immortal, and Jim & Andy, debate the quality of this year's crop of documentaries, and reveal a list of the most underrated films directed by actors. The episode concludes with the glory that is William Shatner's The Transformed Man.
21/11/171h 52m

MGU Interview: BURT REYNOLDS

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway welcomes legend Burt Reynolds for an unprecedented 90-minute interview.  Mr. Reynolds reflects on some of his most iconic films, including Smokey and the Bandit, Deliverance, The Longest Yard and Boogie Nights, his underappreciated gems like Starting Over, The End, Best Friends and Sharky's Machine, and the host of extraordinary collaborators he's enjoyed along the way, including Jerry Reed, Dom DeLuise, Johnny Carson and Sally Field.  Support this podcast
13/11/171h 57m

MGU Interview: BURT REYNOLDS

Movie Geeks United! co-host Dean Treadway welcomes legend Burt Reynolds for an unprecedented 90-minute interview.  Mr. Reynolds reflects on some of his most iconic films, including Smokey and the Bandit, Deliverance, The Longest Yard and Boogie Nights, his underappreciated gems like Starting Over, The End, Best Friends and Sharky's Machine, and the host of extraordinary collaborators he's enjoyed along the way, including Jerry Reed, Dom DeLuise, Johnny Carson and Sally Field.
13/11/171h 58m

Thor Rocks; Spacey Shocks; Music Docs

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Thor: Ragnarok, The Florida Project, The Square, LBJ and 78/52, consider the legacy of filmmaker John Landis, reveal a list of the greatest music documentaries of all time, and discuss the recent accusations regarding actor Kevin Spacey. Support this podcast
07/11/171h 50m

Thor Rocks; Spacey Shocks; Music Docs

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Thor: Ragnarok, The Florida Project, The Square, LBJ and 78/52, consider the legacy of filmmaker John Landis, reveal a list of the greatest music documentaries of all time, and discuss the recent accusations regarding actor Kevin Spacey.
06/11/171h 51m

Toback Preys; Vaughn Slays; Blu-rays

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent sexual harassment allegations against writer/director James Toback, review the latest Vince Vaughn prison film Brawl on Cell Block 99, and reveal the month's most noteworthy blu-ray releases courtesy of home entertainment correspondent Adam Long. Support this podcast
28/10/171h 46m

Toback Preys; Vaughn Slays; Blu-rays

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent sexual harassment allegations against writer/director James Toback, review the latest Vince Vaughn prison film Brawl on Cell Block 99, and reveal the month's most noteworthy blu-ray releases courtesy of home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.
27/10/171h 47m

Scorsese Essay; Fincher Flails; Oscar Hopes

The Movie Geeks discuss the latest updates in the ongoing Harvey Weinstein saga, Martin Scorsese's passionate defense of Mother!, nominee hopes for the next Academy Awards, and review David Fincher's Mindhunters, Loving Vincent, and much more.  Support this podcast
21/10/171h 33m

Scorsese Essay; Fincher Flails; Oscar Hopes

The Movie Geeks discuss the latest updates in the ongoing Harvey Weinstein saga, Martin Scorsese's passionate defense of Mother!, nominee hopes for the next Academy Awards, and review David Fincher's Mindhunters, Loving Vincent, and much more.
20/10/171h 34m

Blade Runner 2049; Spielberg; Harassment in Hollywood

The Movie Geeks review Blade Runner 2049 and the new documentary on the life and works of Steven Spielberg, and discuss the recent allegations of sexual harassment posed against several figures in film culture. Support this podcast
14/10/171h 35m

Blade Runner 2049; Spielberg; Harassment in Hollywood

The Movie Geeks review Blade Runner 2049 and the new documentary on the life and works of Steven Spielberg, and discuss the recent allegations of sexual harassment posed against several figures in film culture.
13/10/171h 36m

Battle of the Sexes; The Vietnam War; Hugh Hefner

The Movie Geeks review Battle of the Sexes, American Made, Our Souls at Night, Gerald's Game, Brad's Status and The Vietnam War docuseries, share their thoughts on the recent passing of Hugh Hefner, and discuss the acclaimed restoration of Dario Argento's Suspiria.  Support this podcast
04/10/171h 47m

Battle of the Sexes; The Vietnam War; Hugh Hefner

The Movie Geeks review Battle of the Sexes, American Made, Our Souls at Night, Gerald's Game, Brad's Status and The Vietnam War docuseries, share their thoughts on the recent passing of Hugh Hefner, and discuss the acclaimed restoration of Dario Argento's Suspiria.
04/10/171h 48m

Actress Karen Allen; September Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks welcome actress Karen Allen to the program to discuss her new film Year by the Sea, plans for a fifth Indiana Jones adventure, and her hopes for a sequel to Starman.  Plus, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long joins us to run down the array of blu-ray titles released during the month.  Support this podcast
26/09/171h 58m

Actress Karen Allen; September Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks welcome actress Karen Allen to the program to discuss her new film Year by the Sea, plans for a fifth Indiana Jones adventure, and her hopes for a sequel to Starman.  Plus, home entertainment correspondent Adam Long joins us to run down the array of blu-ray titles released during the month.
26/09/171h 59m

IT; mother!; RIP Harry Dean Stanton

The Movie Geeks review IT, mother!, The Hero and additional new and older releases, share their thoughts on this year's crop of honorary Oscar recipients, and discuss the legacy of recently deceased character actor Harry Dean Stanton.  Support this podcast
19/09/171h 50m

IT; mother!; RIP Harry Dean Stanton

The Movie Geeks review IT, mother!, The Hero and additional new and older releases, share their thoughts on this year's crop of honorary Oscar recipients, and discuss the legacy of recently deceased character actor Harry Dean Stanton.
18/09/171h 51m

RIP Tobe Hooper; Banning Film History; August Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks discuss the passing of iconic horror director Tobe Hopper (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), protest a recent theatrical ban of Gone With the Wind, share observations on a few new releases, and review this month's slate of blu-ray titles with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.  Support this podcast
28/08/171h 59m

RIP Tobe Hooper; Banning Film History; August Blu-ray Releases

The Movie Geeks discuss the passing of iconic horror director Tobe Hopper (The Texas Chain Saw Massacre), protest a recent theatrical ban of Gone With the Wind, share observations on a few new releases, and review this month's slate of blu-ray titles with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.
28/08/172h 0m

RIP Jerry Lewis; Logan Lucky; Paul Thomas Anderson

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent passing of comedic icon Jerry Lewis, review a slate of new releases including Detroit, Logan Lucky and Beatriz at Dinner, and consider the career trajectory of director Paul Thomas Anderson. Support this podcast
26/08/171h 49m

RIP Jerry Lewis; Logan Lucky; Paul Thomas Anderson

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent passing of comedic icon Jerry Lewis, review a slate of new releases including Detroit, Logan Lucky and Beatriz at Dinner, and consider the career trajectory of director Paul Thomas Anderson.
25/08/171h 50m

Actor Eddie Deezen

MGU correspondent Adam Long chats with actor Eddie Deezen about his remarkable array of film credits, including I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Grease, Grease 2, 1941, WarGames and The Polar Express. Follow Eddie's personal website at www.EddieDeezen.com.   Support this podcast
16/08/1757m 4s

Actor Eddie Deezen

MGU correspondent Adam Long chats with actor Eddie Deezen about his remarkable array of film credits, including I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Grease, Grease 2, 1941, WarGames and The Polar Express. Follow Eddie's personal website at www.EddieDeezen.com.
15/08/1758m 0s

Actor Jack O'Halloran

MGU correspondent Adam Long chats with actor Jack O'Halloran (Superman, King Kong, Dragnet) about the highlights of his fascinating career, and his insights on a variety of personalities including Marlon Brando, Robert Mitchum, Omar Sharif, and Steve McQueen.  Support this podcast
14/08/1755m 12s

Actor Jack O'Halloran

MGU correspondent Adam Long chats with actor Jack O'Halloran (Superman, King Kong, Dragnet) about the highlights of his fascinating career, and his insights on a variety of personalities including Marlon Brando, Robert Mitchum, Omar Sharif, and Steve McQueen.
14/08/1756m 0s

July 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

The Movie Geeks are joined by home entertainment correspondent Adam Long as they run down the slate of blu-rays released in the month of July.   Support this podcast
05/08/171h 41m

July 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

The Movie Geeks are joined by home entertainment correspondent Adam Long as they run down the slate of blu-rays released in the month of July.
04/08/171h 42m

Dunkirk; RIP Martin Landau and John Heard; Great Bad Movies

Movie Geeks United! superfan Dallas Norvell joins us to review Christopher Nolan's latest film Dunkirk, consider the legacies of recently deceased actors Martin Landau and John Heard, and discuss a list of the greatest bad movies ever made.  Support this podcast
25/07/171h 58m

Dunkirk; RIP Martin Landau and John Heard; Great Bad Movies

Movie Geeks United! superfan Dallas Norvell joins us to review Christopher Nolan's latest film Dunkirk, consider the legacies of recently deceased actors Martin Landau and John Heard, and discuss a list of the greatest bad movies ever made.
25/07/171h 59m

RIP George Romero; Tarantino and Manson; War for the Planet of the Apes

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including War for the Planet of the Apes and The Big Sick, and discuss the recent passing of director George A. Romero, the final cast list for Martin's Scorsese's The Irishman, and Quentin Tarantino's planned film on the Manson murders. Support this podcast
23/07/171h 25m

RIP George Romero; Tarantino and Manson; War for the Planet of the Apes

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including War for the Planet of the Apes and The Big Sick, and discuss the recent passing of director George A. Romero, the final cast list for Martin's Scorsese's The Irishman, and Quentin Tarantino's planned film on the Manson murders.
23/07/171h 26m

The Kubrick Series Episode 5: Redrum

An assortment of Kubrick's closest collaborators and various critics and analysts examine the mysteries  of Kubrick's masterpiece of horror, which stands as his most mainstream and pleasing, yet deceptively cryptic works. Guests include actor and Kubrick’s long-time personal assistant Leon Vitali, Steadicam inventor  Garrett Brown, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, assistant director Brian W. Cook, film critics Glenn Kenny,  Keith Uhlich, Robert Castle and Tony Macklin, personal assistant Tony Frewin, Stephen King authority  and author Tony Magistrale, authors Randy Rasmussen, R. Barton Palmer, Geoffrey Cocks, and  Mario Falsetto, film professor Steve Mamber, author and filmmaker Jay Weidner, ABC News reporter  Bill Blakemore, Warner Bros. marketing head Don Buckley, ROOM 237 filmmakers Rodney Ascher and Tim Kirk, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), film analyst John Krysko, Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall and  co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
18/07/172h 19m

The Kubrick Series Episode 4: Picture Imperfect

One of the most beautifully photographed and haunting films ever made, our panel of special guests  explore the rewards of Kubrick's costume epic 'Barry Lyndon'. Guests include actor and long-time Kubrick assistants Leon Vitali and Tony Frewin, writer/director  Neil Labute (Your Friends and Neighbors), assistant directors Andy Anderson and Brian Cook,  biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Randy Rasmussen, critics Glenn Kenney, Robert Horton and  Keith Uhlich, film professor Steve Mamber, and Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall.
18/07/171h 12m

The Kubrick Series Episode 5: Redrum

An assortment of Kubrick's closest collaborators and various critics and analysts examine the mysteries  of Kubrick's masterpiece of horror, which stands as his most mainstream and pleasing, yet deceptively cryptic works. Guests include actor and Kubrick’s long-time personal assistant Leon Vitali, Steadicam inventor  Garrett Brown, biographer Vincent LoBrutto, assistant director Brian W. Cook, film critics Glenn Kenny,  Keith Uhlich, Robert Castle and Tony Macklin, personal assistant Tony Frewin, Stephen King authority  and author Tony Magistrale, authors Randy Rasmussen, R. Barton Palmer, Geoffrey Cocks, and  Mario Falsetto, film professor Steve Mamber, author and filmmaker Jay Weidner, ABC News reporter  Bill Blakemore, Warner Bros. marketing head Don Buckley, ROOM 237 filmmakers Rodney Ascher and Tim Kirk, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), film analyst John Krysko, Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall and  co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
17/07/172h 20m

The Kubrick Series Episode 4: Picture Imperfect

One of the most beautifully photographed and haunting films ever made, our panel of special guests  explore the rewards of Kubrick's costume epic 'Barry Lyndon'. Guests include actor and long-time Kubrick assistants Leon Vitali and Tony Frewin, writer/director  Neil Labute (Your Friends and Neighbors), assistant directors Andy Anderson and Brian Cook,  biographer Vincent LoBrutto, author Randy Rasmussen, critics Glenn Kenney, Robert Horton and  Keith Uhlich, film professor Steve Mamber, and Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall.
17/07/171h 13m

The Kubrick Series Episode 3: A Bit of the Ultraviolence

'A Clockwork Orange' shocked and scandalized the world upon its initial release nearly 40 years ago,  and continues to maintain its immense power to this day.   Guests include actor Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, film professors  Steve Mamber and R. Burton Palmer, biographer VIncent LoBrutto, authors Stuart Y. McDougal, Mario Falsetto,  Peter Kramer and Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw,  Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall and co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
17/07/171h 5m

The Kubrick Series Episode 3: A Bit of the Ultraviolence

'A Clockwork Orange' shocked and scandalized the world upon its initial release nearly 40 years ago,  and continues to maintain its immense power to this day.   Guests include actor Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick's personal assistant Tony Frewin, film professors  Steve Mamber and R. Burton Palmer, biographer VIncent LoBrutto, authors Stuart Y. McDougal, Mario Falsetto,  Peter Kramer and Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, film and philosophy professor Daniel Shaw,  Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall and co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
17/07/171h 6m

The Kubrick Series Episode 2: The Ultimate Trip

Movie Geeks United! celebrates one of the towering achievements of the cinemtic medium - 2001: A Space Odyssey' - with behind the scenes anecdotes from key talents on the film and  detailed analysis from a panel of top film critics and authors.  Guests include actor Dan Richter (Moonwatcher), biographer VIncent LoBrutto, author Mario Falsetto,  author Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, director Peter Hyams, producer Robert Watts, film analysts  Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, author Peter Kramer,  film professor R. Barton Palmer, Kubrick's  personal assistant Tony Frewin, critic Robert Castle, Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall  and co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
17/07/171h 23m

The Kubrick Series Episode 2: The Ultimate Trip

Movie Geeks United! celebrates one of the towering achievements of the cinemtic medium - 2001: A Space Odyssey' - with behind the scenes anecdotes from key talents on the film and  detailed analysis from a panel of top film critics and authors.  Guests include actor Dan Richter (Moonwatcher), biographer VIncent LoBrutto, author Mario Falsetto,  author Randy Rasmussen, critic Keith Uhlich, director Peter Hyams, producer Robert Watts, film analysts  Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, author Peter Kramer,  film professor R. Barton Palmer, Kubrick's  personal assistant Tony Frewin, critic Robert Castle, Movie Geeks United! host Jamey DuVall  and co-hosts Jerry Dennis and Chris Whetton.
17/07/171h 23m

Han Solo Trouble; Baby Driver; Daniel Day-Lewis Retires

The Movie Geeks review Baby Driver, and discuss the recent troubles on the stand-alone Han Solo movie, the controversies surrounding Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled, the retirement of actor Daniel Day-Lewis, the most significant film of the new millennium, and political correctness in cinema.  Support this podcast
16/07/171h 25m

Han Solo Trouble; Baby Driver; Daniel Day-Lewis Retires

The Movie Geeks review Baby Driver, and discuss the recent troubles on the stand-alone Han Solo movie, the controversies surrounding Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled, the retirement of actor Daniel Day-Lewis, the most significant film of the new millennium, and political correctness in cinema.
16/07/171h 26m

The Kubrick Series Episode 1: The Journey to Strangelove

Trace the origins of Stanley Kubrick's stellar career - from Look magazine photographer  to director of early classics including 'Fear and Desire', 'Killer's Kiss', 'The Killing', 'Lolita',  'Paths of Glory', 'Spartacus' and 'Dr.  Strangelove'.  Guests include producer James B. Harris, actors Shane Rimmer, Shirley Douglas, and  Richard Anderson, biographers Vincent LoBrutto (Stanley Kubrick: A Biography) and Ed Sikov  (Mr. Strangelove), critics Erich Feursten and Keith Uhlich, authors Mario Falsetto (Stanley Kubrick:  A Narrative and Stylistic Ananlysis), critic Peter Biskind (Easy Riders, Raging Bulls), and Randy  Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), Criterion Collection producer Curtis Tsui,  director and cinematographer Peter Hyams (2010: The Year We Make Contact), film analysts  Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, film professor R. Barton Palmer (Clemson University),  and Movie Geeks United! co-hosts Jamey DuVall, Jerry Dennis, Chris Whetton and Aaron Aradillas.
16/07/171h 42m

The Kubrick Series Episode 1: The Journey to Strangelove

Trace the origins of Stanley Kubrick's stellar career - from Look magazine photographer  to director of early classics including 'Fear and Desire', 'Killer's Kiss', 'The Killing', 'Lolita',  'Paths of Glory', 'Spartacus' and 'Dr.  Strangelove'.  Guests include producer James B. Harris, actors Shane Rimmer, Shirley Douglas, and  Richard Anderson, biographers Vincent LoBrutto (Stanley Kubrick: A Biography) and Ed Sikov  (Mr. Strangelove), critics Erich Feursten and Keith Uhlich, authors Mario Falsetto (Stanley Kubrick:  A Narrative and Stylistic Ananlysis), critic Peter Biskind (Easy Riders, Raging Bulls), and Randy  Rasmussen (Stanley Kubrick: 7 Films Analyzed), Criterion Collection producer Curtis Tsui,  director and cinematographer Peter Hyams (2010: The Year We Make Contact), film analysts  Barry Krusch and Dean Treadway, film professor R. Barton Palmer (Clemson University),  and Movie Geeks United! co-hosts Jamey DuVall, Jerry Dennis, Chris Whetton and Aaron Aradillas.
16/07/171h 43m

30th Anniversary: Fatal Attraction

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 30th anniversary of Fatal Attraction with the film's screenwriter James Dearden and co-star Stuart Pankin. Support this podcast
07/07/1752m 43s

30th Anniversary: Fatal Attraction

The Movie Geeks celebrate the 30th anniversary of Fatal Attraction with the film's screenwriter James Dearden and co-star Stuart Pankin.
07/07/1753m 0s

Part 2: Summer of 1992 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks explore the films released during the Summer of 1992.  In this second part, the films discussed include A League of Their Own, Unforgiven, Death Becomes Her, Raising Cain and Honeymoon in Vegas. Support this podcast
05/07/171h 16m

Part 2: Summer of 1992 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks explore the films released during the Summer of 1992.  In this second part, the films discussed include A League of Their Own, Unforgiven, Death Becomes Her, Raising Cain and Honeymoon in Vegas.
05/07/171h 17m

Part 1: Summer of 1992 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks explore the films released dureing the summer season of 1992.  Included in this first part are Alien3, Lethal Weapon 3, Housesitter, Far and Away, Patriot Games, Unlawful Entry and many more.  Support this podcast
03/07/171h 19m

Part 1: Summer of 1992 at the Movies

The Movie Geeks explore the films released dureing the summer season of 1992.  Included in this first part are Alien3, Lethal Weapon 3, Housesitter, Far and Away, Patriot Games, Unlawful Entry and many more.
03/07/171h 20m

June 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche titles released on blu-ray during the month of June 2017.  Support this podcast
01/07/171h 22m

June 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the niche titles released on blu-ray during the month of June 2017.
30/06/171h 23m

It Comes At Night; Oliver Stone; Rex Reed

The Movie Geeks review a slew of new releases, including It Comes At Night, The Red Pill and Oliver Stone's The Putin Interviews, and discuss the increasingly out of touch critical consensus, the curious case of ageism in superhero villains, and the forced retirement of venomous film critic Rex Reed.  Support this podcast
24/06/171h 32m

It Comes At Night; Oliver Stone; Rex Reed

The Movie Geeks review a slew of new releases, including It Comes At Night, The Red Pill and Oliver Stone's The Putin Interviews, and discuss the increasingly out of touch critical consensus, the curious case of ageism in superhero villains, and the forced retirement of venomous film critic Rex Reed.
23/06/171h 33m

In Memoriam: Director John G. Avildsen

John G. Avildsen, the director of classic films including Joe, Rocky, The Karate Kid and many others, has died at the age of 81. In recognition of his passing and his enormous contribution to cinema, we're premiering the following interview with Mr. Avildsen conducted by our sibling show Back By Midnight in 2009.  Support this podcast
23/06/1748m 7s

40th Anniversary: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long celebrates the 40th anniversary of Close Encounters of the Third Kind with writer Ray Morton, the author of the definitive behind the scenes book Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Making of Steven Spielberg's Classic Film.  Support this podcast
23/06/171h 10m

In Memoriam: Director John G. Avildsen

John G. Avildsen, the director of classic films including Joe, Rocky, The Karate Kid and many others, has died at the age of 81. In recognition of his passing and his enormous contribution to cinema, we're premiering the following interview with Mr. Avildsen conducted by our sibling show Back By Midnight in 2009.
22/06/1749m 0s

40th Anniversary: Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long celebrates the 40th anniversary of Close Encounters of the Third Kind with writer Ray Morton, the author of the definitive behind the scenes book Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Making of Steven Spielberg's Classic Film.
22/06/171h 11m

Wonder Woman; Obit; Hedy Lamarr; Top Gun 2

The Movie Geeks offer their reviews of Wonder Woman, the new documentary Obit, season 5 of House of Cards, and the rarely seen 70's gem The Gravy Train, discuss the interesting life of actress/inventor Hedy Lamarr, and ruminate on the possibilities of Top Gun: Maverick. Support this podcast
13/06/171h 21m

Wonder Woman; Obit; Hedy Lamarr; Top Gun 2

The Movie Geeks offer their reviews of Wonder Woman, the new documentary Obit, season 5 of House of Cards, and the rarely seen 70's gem The Gravy Train, discuss the interesting life of actress/inventor Hedy Lamarr, and ruminate on the possibilities of Top Gun: Maverick.
12/06/171h 22m

May 2017 Blu-ray Release Spotlight

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the revivial of Twin Peaks, and discuss the diverse crop of blu-ray releases for the month of May with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long. Support this podcast
05/06/171h 57m

May 2017 Blu-ray Release Spotlight

The Movie Geeks share their thoughts on the revivial of Twin Peaks, and discuss the diverse crop of blu-ray releases for the month of May with home entertainment correspondent Adam Long.
05/06/171h 58m

The Wizard of Lies; Alien: Covenant; Twin Peaks Expectations

The Movie Geeks review a series of new releases, including Wilson, Paris Can Wait and The Wizard of Lies, discuss their expectations of the new Twin Peaks series, and explore the past and future of the Alien franchise.  Support this podcast
23/05/171h 32m

The Wizard of Lies; Alien: Covenant; Twin Peaks Expectations

The Movie Geeks review a series of new releases, including Wilson, Paris Can Wait and The Wizard of Lies, discuss their expectations of the new Twin Peaks series, and explore the past and future of the Alien franchise.
22/05/171h 33m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the recent reunion in honor of the 45th anniversary of The Godfather, the blu-ray release of Michael Mann's Heat, the retirement of David Lynch from feature filmmaking, and the greatest comedies of all time.
11/05/171h 49m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the recent reunion in honor of the 45th anniversary of The Godfather, the blu-ray release of Michael Mann's Heat, the retirement of David Lynch from feature filmmaking, and the greatest comedies of all time.
11/05/171h 50m

April 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of blu-ray titles released throughout the month of April 2017. Plus, the Movie Geeks reflect on the career of director Jonathan Demme.  Support this podcast
02/05/171h 51m

April 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the roster of blu-ray titles released throughout the month of April 2017. Plus, the Movie Geeks reflect on the career of director Jonathan Demme.
02/05/171h 52m

2017 Sunscreen Film Festival Spotlight

In this special episode, we're joined by some of the outstanding talents who are premiering projects at this year's Sunscreen Film Festival.  The festival takes place from April 27-30 in St. Petersberg, FL.  Visit www.SunscreenFilmFestival.com for more details.  Joining us on this episode are actor Dylan McDermott (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Practice) and director Michael Mailer, whose new film co-starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore is titled Blind. Mr. McDermott will also premiere his new webseries titled Sugar at the fest.  Also joining us are actors Aaron Tveit and Edy Ganem, who co-star in the new film Created Equal.  The film is directed by Bill Duke and co-stars Lou Diamond Phillips.  Support this podcast
27/04/1759m 14s

2017 Sunscreen Film Festival Spotlight

In this special episode, we're joined by some of the outstanding talents who are premiering projects at this year's Sunscreen Film Festival.  The festival takes place from April 27-30 in St. Petersberg, FL.  Visit www.SunscreenFilmFestival.com for more details.  Joining us on this episode are actor Dylan McDermott (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Practice) and director Michael Mailer, whose new film co-starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore is titled Blind. Mr. McDermott will also premiere his new webseries titled Sugar at the fest.  Also joining us are actors Aaron Tveit and Edy Ganem, who co-star in the new film Created Equal.  The film is directed by Bill Duke and co-stars Lou Diamond Phillips.
26/04/171h 0m

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Movie Geeks celebrate their 10th anniversary.  Enjoy the inside stories behind the podcast, conversations with each contributor as they reflect on their favorite moments, and clips from some of our highest profile interviews, including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, Joan Rivers and much more.  Support this podcast
24/04/171h 58m

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Movie Geeks celebrate their 10th anniversary.  Enjoy the inside stories behind the podcast, conversations with each contributor as they reflect on their favorite moments, and clips from some of our highest profile interviews, including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, Joan Rivers and much more.
24/04/171h 59m

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Movie Geeks celebrate their 10th anniversary.  Enjoy the inside stories behind the podcast, conversations with each contributor as they reflect on their favorite moments, and clips from some of our highest profile interviews, including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, Joan Rivers and much more.  Support this podcast
21/04/171h 58m

Critical Perspectives with Tony Macklin

Critic Tony Macklin joins MGU host Jamey Duvall to discuss his life and career, including the times he spent in the company of cinema legends John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, and Robert Altman, as well as his approach to film criticism. Tony's archive of reviews and filmmaker interviews can be found at www.TonyMacklin.net. Support this podcast
21/04/1753m 40s

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Movie Geeks celebrate their 10th anniversary.  Enjoy the inside stories behind the podcast, conversations with each contributor as they reflect on their favorite moments, and clips from some of our highest profile interviews, including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, Joan Rivers and much more.  Support this podcast
21/04/171h 58m

Critical Perspectives with Tony Macklin

Critic Tony Macklin joins MGU host Jamey Duvall to discuss his life and career, including the times he spent in the company of cinema legends John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, and Robert Altman, as well as his approach to film criticism. Tony's archive of reviews and filmmaker interviews can be found at www.TonyMacklin.net.
21/04/1754m 0s

10th Anniversary Celebration

The Movie Geeks celebrate their 10th anniversary.  Enjoy the inside stories behind the podcast, conversations with each contributor as they reflect on their favorite moments, and clips from some of our highest profile interviews, including James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian De Palma, Joan Rivers and much more.
21/04/171h 59m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent passing of Don Rickles, the most traumatizing films to see as a child, the career of actor and writer Eric Bogosian, the Joan Crawford and Bette Davis fued, and the most underrated films from great directors.
12/04/171h 48m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss the recent passing of Don Rickles, the most traumatizing films to see as a child, the career of actor and writer Eric Bogosian, the Joan Crawford and Bette Davis fued, and the most underrated films from great directors.
11/04/171h 49m

March 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the latest blu-ray releases including Being There, What Planet Are You From?, Saint Jack, S.O.B., Firestarter, Robocop 3, and dozens more.  Support this podcast
03/04/171h 58m

March 2017 Blu-ray Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the latest blu-ray releases including Being There, What Planet Are You From?, Saint Jack, S.O.B., Firestarter, Robocop 3, and dozens more.
03/04/171h 59m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on recent releases, including Trainspotting 2 and Big Little Lies, the latest news headlines, and reveal a list of the greatest uses of popular music in film.
01/04/171h 39m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss their thoughts on recent releases, including Trainspotting 2 and Big Little Lies, the latest news headlines, and reveal a list of the greatest uses of popular music in film.
31/03/171h 40m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss a slate of films both old and new, including Kong: Skull Island and Personal Shopper, discuss recent movie headlines, and observe the recent passing of TCM host Robert Osborne, critic Richard Schicke and journalist Jimmy Breslin.
26/03/171h 44m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks discuss a slate of films both old and new, including Kong: Skull Island and Personal Shopper, discuss recent movie headlines, and observe the recent passing of TCM host Robert Osborne, critic Richard Schicke and journalist Jimmy Breslin.
26/03/171h 45m

Movie Reviews and 2017 Film Forecast

The Movie Geeks review Logan, Kedi, and several other new films currently in release, and look ahead to the most promising offerings throughout the remainder of the year. Support this podcast
12/03/171h 24m

Movie Reviews and 2017 Film Forecast

The Movie Geeks review Logan, Kedi, and several other new films currently in release, and look ahead to the most promising offerings throughout the remainder of the year.
12/03/171h 25m

Oscar Post-Show

The Movie Geeks reflect on this year's Oscar ceremony, and share their thoughts on the evening's surprises, the merits of the winners, and the wildest conclusion in Academy Award history.  Support this podcast
28/02/171h 0m

Oscar Post-Show

The Movie Geeks reflect on this year's Oscar ceremony, and share their thoughts on the evening's surprises, the merits of the winners, and the wildest conclusion in Academy Award history.
28/02/171h 1m

Oscars Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks broadcast live in the hours leading up to Hollywood's biggest night. Support this podcast
27/02/171h 34m

Oscars Pre-Show

The Movie Geeks broadcast live in the hours leading up to Hollywood's biggest night.
26/02/171h 35m

January-February 2017 Blu-Ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the wealth of titles released on blu-ray throughout the months of January and February 2017. The panel also shares their thoughts on a series of new releases, including Logan starring Hugh Jackman.  Support this podcast
24/02/171h 47m

January-February 2017 Blu-Ray Releases

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long discusses the wealth of titles released on blu-ray throughout the months of January and February 2017. The panel also shares their thoughts on a series of new releases, including Logan starring Hugh Jackman.
24/02/171h 48m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks review John Wick 2 and this year's crop of short film Oscar nominees, and discuss the week's most noteworthy movie headlines, including the return of Jack Nicholson and the remake phenomenon.
20/02/171h 38m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks review John Wick 2 and this year's crop of short film Oscar nominees, and discuss the week's most noteworthy movie headlines, including the return of Jack Nicholson and the remake phenomenon.
20/02/171h 38m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks review John Wick 2 and this year's crop of short film Oscar nominees, and discuss the week's most noteworthy movie headlines, including the return of Jack Nicholson and the remake phenomenon.
20/02/171h 39m

Oscar Predictions Special

Critic Tony Macklin joins the Movie Geeks to discuss this year's crop of Oscar nominees and potential winners. To read Tony's reviews and interviews with many of cinema's most enduring stars, visit http://www.tonymacklin.net. Support this podcast
08/02/171h 53m

Oscar Predictions Special

Critic Tony Macklin joins the Movie Geeks to discuss this year's crop of Oscar nominees and potential winners. To read Tony's reviews and interviews with many of cinema's most enduring stars, visit http://www.tonymacklin.net.
08/02/171h 54m

The Best Films of 2016

The Movie Geeks reveal their personal favorite films of 2016.  Support this podcast
21/01/172h 51m

The Best Films of 2016

The Movie Geeks reveal their personal favorite films of 2016.
20/01/172h 52m

Blu-ray Release Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the blu-ray titled released during December 2016.  Support this podcast
14/01/171h 34m

Blu-ray Release Spotlight

Movie Geeks United! home entertainment correspondent Adam Long reveals the blu-ray titled released during December 2016.
14/01/171h 35m

40th Anniversary: HELTER SKELTER

Actor Steve Railsback (The Stunt Man, Ed Gein) reflects on his portrayal of Charles Manson in the 1976 TV movie Helter Skelter. Support this podcast
01/01/171h 2m

40th Anniversary: HELTER SKELTER

Actor Steve Railsback (The Stunt Man, Ed Gein) reflects on his portrayal of Charles Manson in the 1976 TV movie Helter Skelter.
31/12/161h 3m

Golden Globe Awards Prediction Special

The Movie Geeks review this year's slate of Golden Globe Award nominees, discuss the recently announced inductees into the National Film Registry, and critique the worst list we've ever featured on the show. Support this podcast
31/12/161h 36m

Golden Globe Awards Prediction Special

The Movie Geeks review this year's slate of Golden Globe Award nominees, discuss the recently announced inductees into the National Film Registry, and critique the worst list we've ever featured on the show.
31/12/161h 37m

Director Ira Sachs (Little Men); Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks speak to acclaimed director Ira Sachs, whose new film Little Men is now available on DVD and Digital HD from Magnolia Home Entertainment. Plus, reviews of 20th Century Women, Jackie, Tower, and La La Land, and an overview of 2017's most promising releases. Support this podcast
14/12/161h 56m

Director Ira Sachs (Little Men); Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks speak to acclaimed director Ira Sachs, whose new film Little Men is now available on DVD and Digital HD from Magnolia Home Entertainment. Plus, reviews of 20th Century Women, Jackie, Tower, and La La Land, and an overview of 2017's most promising releases.
14/12/161h 57m

MGU Review: STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE

In this special episode, co-host Dean Treadway shares his thoughts on the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise - Star Wars: Rogue One. Support this podcast
13/12/1634m 4s

MGU Review: STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE

In this special episode, co-host Dean Treadway shares his thoughts on the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise - Star Wars: Rogue One.
13/12/1635m 0s

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Manchester By the Sea, discuss the year-end critics awards, and share their thoughts on this week's controversy regarding the infamous butter scene in Last Tango in Paris.
05/12/161h 42m

Movie News and Reviews

The Movie Geeks review the latest releases, including Manchester By the Sea, discuss the year-end critics awards, and share their thoughts on this week's controversy regarding the infamous butter scene in Last Tango in Paris.
05/12/161h 43m
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