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  • Excision 2012

    Watched 31 Oct, 2014

    For the fifth annual Movie Matters Halloween special, podcast founders and regular hosts Lee Howard and Michael Mackenzie cede control of the ghoulish proceedings to Demented Danman, a.k.a. Daniel Sardella. In keeping with tradition, the three partners-in-crime cast a leering eye over three ghastly horror treats: Robert Wise's 1963 chiller THE HAUNTING, Sean Byrne's 2009 EVIL DEAD-inspired horror-comedy THE LOVED ONES, and Richard Bates Jr.'s 2012 Cronenbergian body shocker EXCISION. In addition, they also discuss some of 2014's horror-themed highlights,…

  • The Loved Ones 2009

    Watched 31 Oct, 2014

    For the fifth annual Movie Matters Halloween special, podcast founders and regular hosts Lee Howard and Michael Mackenzie cede control of the ghoulish proceedings to Demented Danman, a.k.a. Daniel Sardella. In keeping with tradition, the three partners-in-crime cast a leering eye over three ghastly horror treats: Robert Wise's 1963 chiller THE HAUNTING, Sean Byrne's 2009 EVIL DEAD-inspired horror-comedy THE LOVED ONES, and Richard Bates Jr.'s 2012 Cronenbergian body shocker EXCISION. In addition, they also discuss some of 2014's horror-themed highlights,…

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  • To Live and Die in L.A. 1985

    Watched 04 May, 2014 10

    In the latest episode of the Movie Matters podcast, returning to the airwaves after a brief hiatus, co-hosts Lee Howard and Michael Mackenzie explore the work of maverick director William Friedkin through two distinctly different films: 2006's chilling shocker BUG, starring Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon, and the 1985 crime thriller TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A., starring William Petersen and Willem Dafoe. In addition, we also provide an overview of Friedkin's career as a director and recount our own…

  • The Iron Giant 1999

    Watched 17 Oct, 2014

    MOVIE MATTERS [MUSIC] VOL. 5 - SCORES OF ANIMATION

    Michael joins Lee, at last, for this special themed instalment of the Movie Matters [Music] podcast: the spin-off series where soaring, bombastic, introspective and timeless film scores reverberate. If you've an interest in animated movies and their soundtracks, settle in and enjoy as we discuss and delight in a variety of work by a range of notable composers for the films of Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, Aardman, Studio Ghibli and more --…