Dave Stone-Robb and Edwin Davies of the Shot/Reverse Shot podcast are mad as hell and they are not gonna take this anymore. Network, Movie 64 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Finch, and William Holden. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Edwin’s podcast @SRS_Podcast
We continue our journey through Candace Cameron Bur-April with her first role after Full House : Sharon’s Secret. Her secret is that the ending of this movie makes no sense at all.
Dave Stone-Robb and Levi Rieken make a torpedo and discuss The African Queen, Movie 65 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio
Candace Cameron Bur-April continues with what Michelle and Stephanie THOUGHT was a Hallmark movie but ended up being something much worse. Welcome to the first movie that made Steph actually panic about : Finding Normal
We’re swimming in with another Disney Princess movie, The Little Mermaid. We also learn the importance of sunscreen, discover the majesty that is the new Thor trailer and discuss some amazing artwork by one of our favorite artists, Sorah Suhng (Sorah Suhng Art). Be Kind, Rewind!
Dave Stone-Robb and Josh Lucas of the Prefer Not To podcast grew up with this. It’s our family label, Raiders of the Lost Ark? Movie 66 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Harrison Ford and Karen Allen. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Josh’s podcast @pntcast
Welcome to the first film of Candace Cameron Bur-April. We start things off with the 1996 classic No One Would Tell, starring Candace Cameron and Fred Savage. Much Teens. So Bertinelli.
We wrap up Women’s History Month with a real downer. Sorry about that, guys. Oddly, it pings on the Bertinelli scale so high so….bonus? It’s Homeless To Harvard starring Kelly Lynch and Thora Birch. Get it!
Dave Stone-Robb and Wendy Mays of the Pet Cinematary Podcast have a glass of Bergen and discuss Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Movie 67 on AFI’s Top 100. Directed by Mike Nichols and Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Sandy Dennis, and George Segal. Follow us on Twitter @thereelistpod and our network @eartrumpetaudio and Wendy’s podcast @
And, we’re back with Cinderella, a movie that did in fact come out before Sleeping Beauty. This week we’re diving deep into the story about a girl, her glass shoes, and singing mice. We’re also recapping a great day we spent at the Dallas Public Library for Women’s History Month, and interestingly enough we’re making a lot of Star Trek references.