Podcasts of the Week: CadaverCast & Wooden Overcoats Feb20

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special Funny, Weird, and Sexy Feb14

Michael Bolton’...

Overview: A sexy Valentine’s Day special hosted by Michael Bolton. Netflix; 2017; 54 mins Cool: At the height of his fame in the 1990s, Michael Bolton was the epitome of uncool: a long haired romance novel-looking lothario singing love songs that made your mum’s heart melt....

Podcasts of the Week: Hollywood and Crime & The Room Where It’s Happening Feb13

Podcasts of the Week: Hollywood and Crime & T...

Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the best podcasts you should be listening to about movies (and other things) so you don’t have to make any more hard podcast decisions ever again. Movie Podcast of the Week Hollywood and Crime This is a bit of a cheat as its not technically a movie-based podcast, but it is set in Hollywood and feels like listening to a very scary, very well-made movie, so...

B2BO: The Handmaid&#...

Book to Box Office: The Handmaid’s Tale Based on: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, 1985 Expected Release Date: April 26, 2017 Created by: Bruce Miller Summary: From the publisher: “Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead. She may leave the home of the Commander...

Remembering Sir John Hurt, Sci-Fi Royalty Feb07

Remembering Sir John Hurt, Sci-Fi Royalty

Sir John Hurt will always be acting royalty. He sits in that pantheon of British actors who could be in any movie and just class the place up no matter the quality of the material. The acting world is a less classy place with him gone, but specifically the sci-fi genre will feel the loss the most. It wasn’t until he died that I realised how pivotal and important Hurt had been for science fiction movies. I knew about Alien and obviously that he was in Doctor Who, but after he died and I started looking at his filmography I saw the extent at which he was involved in science fiction over his six decade spanning career, and how...

AE Monthly Book Club: February 2017

Well, we survived January without the world being nuked into the sun so it’s time to see what’s on the agenda for February’s book club choice. For this month we will be mixing it up a bit and reading a graphic novel. Prince of Cats is a retelling of Romeo & Juliet from the point of view of Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin and the titular prince of cats. The action starts before the play and we get to see what happened in Tybalt’s life to make him the angry and violent young man of the original play. Also, the whole book is set in 1983 Brooklyn, mostly written in iambic pentameter, infused with ’80s hip hop...

Podcasts of the Week: Talk Easy & Hidden Brain Feb06

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

A Series of Unfortunate Events is a Very Funny Drama Jan31

A Series of Unfortunate Events is a Very Funny Dra...

It’s not often that you get a second chance to see something you love adapted for the screen. Usually you get one shot, and if it’s bad then that’s it. You’re left with a novel or series of novels you love and a movie you dislike. Unless, that is, the source material you like is Spider-Man comics, in which case it seems as though you get unlimited attempts. With A Series of Unfortunate Events, it seemed as though the 2004 movie was the only filmed version we would get of Daniel Handler/Lemony Snicket’s fantastic series of books. There are things to like about the movie. The cast is great and it looks correct but there are changes and tweaks...

Podcasts of the Week: 01/30/17 Jan30

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

A History of Cinematic Resurrection

Every so often tragedy strikes and an actor passes away during the filming of a movie. When this happens the filmmakers are left with the choice of scrapping the whole movie, as director George Sluzier did when River Phoenix died during the filming of Dark Blood, or trying to find a way around it. The latter was the option Terry Gilliam chose when Heath Ledger died halfway through filming of the The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, instead casting Jude Law, Johnny Depp, and Colin Farrell to each play Ledger’s character when he goes into a fantasy world within the movie. Other times though, the actor will die leaving enough footage for the...

Podcasts of the Week: 01/23/17 Jan23

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

Podcasts of the Week: 01/16/17 Jan16

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

Red Dog: True Blue is Heartwarming Family Fare  Jan13

Red Dog: True Blue i...

Overview: The story of a boy and his dog as they grow up together on a cattle station in rural Australia. Roadshow Film Distributors; 2017; Rated: PG: 88 minutes. New and Old: 2011’s Red Dog is a classic of the sad but beautiful dog movie genre. In the short time since it’s...

The Next Doctor Should Be A Woman

2017 will see the tenth season of the rebooted Doctor Who (the 39th season overall), and also the final season for showrunner Steven Moffatt, who took the reins in 2010 with the introduction of Matt Smith as The Doctor. Moffatt, much like his predecessor Russell T. Davies, was at the helm for two Doctors: Smith and the current Doctor, Peter Capaldi. It is assumed that when Chris Chibnall takes over the show in 2018 he will want to do so with his own Doctor much like the two previous show runners did. The BBC have yet to make the announcement but all the rumblings point to this happening and, logically, it makes sense. Doctor Who is in that...

Podcasts of the Week: 01/09/17 Jan09

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

From First to Last Movie Special: The Terminator/Terminator Genisys Jan04

From First to Last Movie Special: The Terminator/T...

For the latest episode of From First to Last, I’m joined by Anton Reyes for a special movie episode about The Terminator, looking at the 1984 original and the most recent Terminator movie, Terminator Genisys. In this episode, we discuss how we both came to see the original, our favourite moments from the movies, how the original is a slasher movie while Genisys is a sci-fi rom-com, and our mutual freak out during the eye operating scene. We both find time to gush over our love for Arnie and Stan Winston’s incredible special effects, and give praise to James Cameron for creating something that is both incredible dated and has aged like...

Podcasts of the Week: 01/02/17 Jan02

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

Wes Anderson Introduces His New Film Isle of Dogs (And You Can Be In It) Dec21

Wes Anderson Introduces His New Film Isle of Dogs ...

Wes Anderson has teamed up with Crowdrise to give fans a chance to win a trip to London and a speaking role in his newest movie, Isle of Dogs. The competition is announced with a sneak peek of the new movie and the unveiling of the huge cast of voices in the movie including Bryan Cranston, Yoko On, Greta Gerwig, Edward Norton, Courtney B. Vance, Scarlett Johansson, and, of course, Bill Murray, among others. The competition is in support of the Film Foundation, an organisation created by Martin Scorsese that is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of movies that are facing the threat of being lost to us forever. Movies that they...

Going Back and to th...

JFK is 25 years old this month. It is still a fascinating movie that is unique in so many ways. It is essentially a three hour accusation against the US government of killing John Kennedy made by a three-time Oscar winner with an all-star cast. It won two Oscars and 16 other movie awards, and...

Podcasts of the Week: 12/19/16 Dec19

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

And Yet More Star Wars Spin-Offs We Want to See Dec16

And Yet More Star Wars Spin-Offs We Want to See

It’s that time of year again. With Star Wars growing and growing with each week bringing more news about future installments, whether to the main series of the spin-off series, we’ve decided to give you five more spin-offs we would like to see get made. If what Disney is seeing is true and this franchise will last forever. then chances are you’ll get to see all these movies get made eventually. Ahsoka Tano Ahsoka is a character introduced in The Clone Wars who quickly became a fan favourite. She is the young padawan of Anakin Skywalker who picks up a lot of his bad habits ( the good habits though, not the killing children...

Why You Should Be Watching Star Wars: The Clone Wars Dec15

Why You Should Be Watching Star Wars: The Clone Wa...

Before we being, let me establish something right off the bat. I love Star Wars, but I hate the prequels. There are some who would defend them but historically, I have never been one of those people. They are badly made, badly written, and have aged like fruit left out in the sun. They are nigh unwatchable. Or at least I thought that they were until I watched The Clone Wars TV series. Somehow this show managed to do the unthinkable. They improved the prequels. They made them seem less like utter failures and more like parts of a bigger story. And I don’t mean the whole Star Wars franchise as the bigger story. No, I mean the prequel...

Rogue One Is Beautiful and Bloodthirsty Dec14

Rogue One Is Beautiful and Bloodthirsty

Overview: A ragtag group of rebels try to steal the plans for the Empire’s newest weapon, The Death Star. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; 2016;  PG-13; 133 Minutes. Long Odds: Disney and Lucasfilm, much like the characters in the newest Star Wars film, had a huge mission. With their acquisition of the Star Wars brand, Disney announced a seemingly endless franchise with a new Star Wars movie every year for  the near future. Some chapters would be continuing episodes of the original saga while others would be spin-offs. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the first of these spin-offs and, in terms of the new business model, the most...

Podcasts of the Week: 12/12/16 Dec12

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Podcasts are awesome (especially From First to Last) and each week sees brand new, fantastic shows appearing, demanding to be fed into your ears. How do you decide what to listen to and what to ignore? Not to worry, Audiences Everywhere has you covered. Each week we’ll give our picks for the...

5 More Movies That Need a Black and White Release Dec09

5 More Movies That Need a Black and White Release

George Miller’s masterpiece Mad Mad: Fury Road was recently re-released in cinemas around the world, converted in black and white, or rather black and chrome. The new version, much like the old version, is incredible, and the conversion works so well that after the first two minutes you forget you’re watching a black and white movie. There are actually scenes, like the war rig passing through the crow’s swampland, that are improved with the lack of colour. This got us thinking about what movies would benefit from the monochrome treatment and we’ve put together five here for you Looper Rian Johnson’s career has mostly been spent wading...