I Love that Movie Live! Flash Gordon

March 18, 2019

On March 16th I Love that Movie had our first live panel and we covered "Flash Gordon" with podcast regulars Christopher R. Mihm and Michael Cross. We discuss our love for this campy 1980 scifi classic (well most of us love it anyway), and take questions from the audience. As a bonus you may notice a few familiar voices in the audience as well.


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Clue the Movie

March 4, 2019

Jordan Funk from the DC Comics Squadcast returns to discuss one of his favorite films, Clue! We dive into this cult classic and talk about why the film has garnered a large following despite having an initially weak reception at the box office.


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Mocky Horror Picture Show

February 21, 2019

This week we take a break from our regular format to interview Danny, Liz, and Bryan from the Mocky Horror Picture Show. The Mocky Horror Picture Show is a live, movie-mocking comedy show at Pocket Sandwich Theatre a as part of its late-night lineup. The next “public mockery” will be at 11:15 pm (doors open at 11 pm) on Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2 with a screening of the original “House on Haunted Hill.” 

Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased at the box office or online at pocketsandwich.showare.com. Tickets are $12 if guests show up dressed in a “House on Haunted Hill”- inspired costume (these tickets can only be purchased on the night of the show at the theater’s box office).

The Pocket Sandwich Theatre is located at 5400 Mockingbird Lane, #119 in Dallas and at www.pocketsandwich.com.

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February 17, 2019

Chris Balga joins us this episode to talk about the comedy classic Ghostbusters! This movie is often described as lighting in a bottle and we discuss all the reasons why this beloved film continues to resonate with fans today.




The Godfather

February 11, 2019

Zaki Hasan cohost of the MovieFilm Podcast returns to discuss perhaps the best film ever made "The Godfather." As a teacher, Zaki has seen this film 2 times a year every year for his classes and its given him some great insight into why this movie is such a classic. Dive in with us for a discussion on our favorite scenes and moments in this must see film. 








Mini Episode: An Interview with Filmmaker Jenni Tooley

February 7, 2019

For this Mini Episode I get a chance to talk with local Dallas filmmaker Jenni Tooley about her movie "Stuck" which is a work in progress that is screening at the Alternative Fiction Festival this Saturday at 10:00 PM at the Angelika Dallas. Jenni and I discuss her journey from actor to filmmaker as well as advice she has for aspiring women that want to get behind the camera. She's looking for feedback on her current film because she has built a community around this passion and values everyone behind the scenes and in the audience. Check out this great feature this weekend or become a Patreon member online to get an early screening and access to a feedback link so you too can be a part of the process!

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February 1, 2019

Debbie joins me this week to talk about her favorite childhood film, Labyrinth. The costumes, the ball, the creatures and most of all David Bowie make this classic cult film one that is near and dear to many that grew up watching it.





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Seven Samurai

January 27, 2019

David Gillespie from the HSG podcast returns to talk about one of his favorite films and a classic of Japanese Cinema. We discuss the themes of this movie and the impact that Akira Kurosawa has on filmmaking to this day.


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The Last Unicorn

January 21, 2019

Sarah Maynard joins us this week to discuss the Last Unicorn and why this endearing children's classic still resonates with us today!


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Back to the Future Part II

January 13, 2019

Thomas Olsen returns to discuss one of the greatest sequels of all time. We break down a lot of the behind the scenes facts that are almost as entertaining to discuss as it is to watch this movie.  The Back to the Future Trilogy remains at the top of my most watched movies list and we talk about why in this week's episode.

The Lazy Brilliance of Back to the Future Part 2


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