Category: Podcasts

Breaking Bad Discussion on From First To Last

Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down with my friend and fellow AE staffer Sean Fallon to discuss one of the greatest TV shows of all time, or at least its first and last episodes. If you’re foolish or unfortunate enough to not yet be following From First to Last, a quick rundown: Mr. Fallon’s podcast seeks to revisit television programs by discussing their pilot episode and their series finale, with a hearty conversation about all that comes in between. So if two of the most charming, funny, and intelligent gentleman on both hemispheres aren’t enough to earn your ears,...

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David Shreve Talks Bone Tomahawk on No, Totally!

I’ve already said plenty about my love for S. Craig Zahler’s breakout 2015 Bone Tomahawk, both in my review of the film and in my multiple discussions about the film in my graded assessment of 2015’s film class. I have also been rather open about my admiration of the fellas over at No, Totally! (hence my record-setting number of appearances on the show). And of course, anyone paying attention knows that I’m a really big fan of myself. So good news for me! All three of those things come together quite excellently on the latest episode of the No, Totally! podcast. Head...

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In the Heart of the Sea & Return of the Jedi on InSession Film

I was lucky enough to join the InSession film podcast this week as they covered three topics: We reviewed the latest Ron Howard film, In the Heart of the Sea. We breakdown our three favorite movie discoveries of 2015. We review Return of the Jedi. Return of the Jedi rules, so I had lots of fun talking about that one, while In the Heart of the Sea is less good, but we still had a great discussion about it. So head go ahead and give our conversation a listen. Featured Image: Return of the Jedi, 20th Century...

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Beth Reynolds Talks Pan On InSession Film

I had the honor of joining the gentlemen of InSession Film to discuss director Joe Wright’s latest. Although we generally agreed that Pan was a colossal disappointment, both Levi Miller’s performance as Peter Pan and John Powell’s score made the journey bearable for some of us. The uneven pacing, lack of character development, the perplexing presence of music by Nirvana and the Ramones, and the miscast supporting roles all gave us plenty to discuss. Our chat is mostly spoiler-free, so head on over and have a...

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David Shreve discusses ID4 on Pan Tilt Zoom!

This week, I was invited to provide  a short editorial segment for Pan Tilt Zoom, an exceptional new film filmcast started by Tim and Tyrell. I was prompted to discuss my most exhilarating cinema-going experience, which also happens to be my first cinema-going experience (here’s a hint: it’s about a July 4th alien invasion). You can hear my story in the video below, but be sure to stick around for the rest of the program as Tim and Tyrell discuss ambiguous film endings and welcome guest Sandy, who is starting his own new YouTube series called My First Impressions...

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Straight Outta Compton Disussion (Feat. Richard Newby)

Yesterday, our very own Richard Newby had the pleasure of returning to the always fantastic InSession Film Podcast for Episode #130, where I sat in for co-host Brendan Cassidy. Alongside the knowledgeable JD Duran, Newby held down the fort and talked about the latest must-see film, Straight Outta Compton. From there, they delved deeper into the world of music in a discussion of favorite musician-centric biopics, and other exceptional uses of extra-diegetic music in film. It’s a highly entertaining episode that’s sure to give listeners plenty of new tracks to download and old ones to revisit. You can listen to...

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David Shreve and No, Totally! Discuss Kingsman

This week, I had another opportunity to appear on my favorite film podcast, No, Totally! I sat in for co-host Brian for Episode #71, in which Shaun and I discuss fan-favorite action flick Kingsman: Secret Service, a film selected by one of the podcast’s awesome Patreon supporters. What resulted was a healthy conversation built from conflicting opinions about the film, general movie violence, and the recent absence of artful action in Hollywood action features. You can have a listen to the podcast by clicking here and/or (I strongly endorse the “and” option) you can support the podcast by way...

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Sean W. Fallon Talks Lord of the Flies with the Soylent Green Screen Podcast

My second appearance on the Soylent Green Screen is all about the 1963 movie, The Lord of the Flies. Though really the episode is about my hatred of Piggy, what Piggy did next, Lost, Lord of the Flies puns, my wife’s scholarly knowledge of the text, being able to listen to me start with one opinion and talk my way out of it, monocles, jokes, fun, and interesting facts. The SGS podcast is Aussie-made and deals with some major movies but has its heart mostly set on the weird, the obscure, and the alternative side of cinema. It’s hosted...

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Sean W. Fallon discusses Battle Royale with The Soylent Green Screen Podcast

I recently had the immense pleasure to sit down with the awesomely talented (and awesomely awesome) Soylent Green Screen Podcast team (sans Wayne who was off defending the Earth apparently) and record two episodes of their podcast with them. The SGS podcast is Aussie-made and deals with some major movies but has its heart mostly set on the weird, the obscure, and the alternative side of cinema. It’s hosted by the wonderful team of Wayne, Michelle, and two guys named Justin (aka Dreamboat and Darkest Timeline). In the first episode, we talked about Battle Royale and had some laughs, some...

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Richard Newby Discusses It Follows w/InSession Film

I had to the honor to chat with J.D. and Matt of the InSession Film Podcast about what is undoubtedly one of the best horror films of this decade, It Follows. The film, which offers just as much thematically as it does in sheer entertainment, gave us plenty to talk about. From the nature of evil in the film, sexuality, the symbolism of water, and that score we just can’t quit, this episode has got one of the best breakdowns of It Follows that the internet can offer. So head over to InSession Film and give it a listen!...

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David Shreve Talks No Country for Old Men with No, Totally!

In celebration of Audiences Everywhere’s forthcoming one year anniversary, Shaun and Brian of the No, Totally! podcast have graciously extended an invitation to host four of our writers as guests in separate episodes. If you are fans of what we do here at Audiences Everywhere, you’ll love what these guys (and frequently, some very interesting guests) do with their podcast. Be sure to follow them on social media and listen to their backlog of episodes. Next up for AE on the show, AE Founder David Shreve discusses No Country for Old Men: I had the serendipitous opportunity to record with...

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Sean W. Fallon Talks The Exorcist With No, Totally!

In celebration of Audiences Everywhere’s forthcoming one year anniversary, Shaun and Brian of the No, Totally! podcast have graciously extended an invitation to host four of our writers as guests in separate episodes. If you are fans of what we do here at Audiences Everywhere, you’ll love what these guys (and frequently, some very interesting guests) do with their podcast. Be sure to follow them on social media and listen to their backlog of episodes. Next up for AE on the show, Sean W. Fallon: I haven’t listened to the episode yet, and I do not envy Shaun, who has...

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Diego Crespo Talks Attack the Block With No, Totally!

In celebration of Audiences Everywhere’s forthcoming one year anniversary, Shaun and Brian of the No, Totally! podcast have graciously extended an invitation to host four of our writers as guests in separate episodes. If you are fans of what we do here at Audiences Everywhere, you’ll love what these guys (and frequently, some very interesting guests) do with their podcast. Be sure to follow them on social media and listen to their backlog of episodes. Next up for AE on the show, Diego Crespo: One of the great things about discussing film is the varying reactions to a cinematic experience....

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