This week's episode of the Empire Podcast looks ahead to two of next week's releases, as Maika Monroe makes her first appearance on the pod since 2014 to talk with Chris Hewitt about her new film, Significant Other, bonding with directors, and how she navigated her career after the one-two punch of The Guest and It Follows. Then Chris also has an in-depth chat with B.J. Novak, star of the American version of The Office, about his long-awaited directorial debut, Vengeance, about his dad's Google alerts, and early retirement. Back in the podbooth, Chris is joined by Helen O'Hara and James Dyer for an episode that packs in plenty of chat about the upcoming London Marathon, in which Helen is running, Tom Hanks' claim that he has made only four pretty good movies in his illustrious career, the announcement of Deadpool 3 with Hugh Jackman returning as Logan/Wolverine, the rest of the movie news, and reviews of Blonde, Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris, Hocus Pocus 2, and Flux Gourmet. Don your business shoes, and get ready for the podcasting equivalent of 26.2 miles. But in a good way. Enjoy!
For this week's episode of the Adam Analyzes Podcast, I tackle the new Shudder exclusive original film, Watcher. This Bucharest set film stars Maika Monroe as an American who has an unexpected stalker and seemingly watches her & her husband nightly. Watcher is also a film that borrows heavily from other more well known films in the paranoia driven suspense genre. Have a listen to find out if Watcher is worth a watch or if you should spend 90 minutes of your time elsewhere! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
Four Favorites with Lucy May: Portrait Nation, Amélie, Maika Monroe and Parker Posey
The Letterboxd Show
Video editor, writer and Letterboxd member Lucy May joins hosts Gemma and Slim for a MegaSound 8000 influencer session on her four favorite films: Amélie; It Follows; Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Josie and the Pussycats. Plus: Why Lucy’s dad is the best Letterboxd dad. Glass men and brittle bones. Getting serious about It Follows, for once. Opinions about elevated horror. Slim’s boys’ night out at Portrait. The power of Parker Posey. The best present Lucy ever received. The best band managers in movies. Modern Archie comics. Why Saw V is saw-ly underrated. An apology to the Letterboxd moderators. Does Slim even know what Björk looks like? And Lucy’s top five lesbian film hits for Pride month. The Letterboxd list of films mentioned. Links: Lucas’ weird girl rights!!! list, Megan’s films for the lonely, Hayley’s snuggly wuggly flicks for anxiety driven chicks, Lucy’s most peculiar list of comfort movies, comedies that are ahead of their time, and movies where the main character clearly has feelings for her best friend, Letterboxd’s official High Risers, Claudio’s Band Manager References. Reviews of Amélie by Lucy, Vee, Lily, Dirk, Issy. Reviews of It Follows by Lucy, Lucy, Lucy, Lucy, and Slim. Reviews of Portrait of a Lady on Fire by Todd, Stephanie and James. Josie and the Pussycats reviews by Muriel, Joe Lynch and Gemma. Lucy’s Dad’s Parasite and Tenet reviews. Lucy’s Dad’s LB profile, Lucy’s niece’s profile, Lucy on Vimeo, Lucy’s 90s teen movie video retrospective, Dominic Corry’s Céline Sciamma Q&A. Credits: This episode was recorded in Auckland, Los Angeles and Pennsylvania, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Booker: Linda Moulton. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Theme: ‘Vampiros Dancoteque’ by Moniker.
On an all new episode of your Boo Crew, you are joined by returning guests who are two of the most compelling creative voices in cinema, writer / director Chloe Okuno and actor, Maika Monroe! Their spectacular new film WATCHER is in theaters June 3rd and on digital June 21st. Peel back the architecture of this glorious tension piece, and how the incredibly unique cadence and rhythm was orchestrated. Look into the magic of the performances and how this story will hypnotize you with its mysteries and misdirects. Episode 324 with WATCHER’S Chloe Okuno and Maika Monroe, is now slaying! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep#153 - Maika Monroe & Dane Deehan (The Stranger)
The Boo Crew
Back for a third episode this week...Your ride share is here! Join us for a carpool with actors Maika Monroe and Dane DeHaan from Quibi’s mindblowingly cool exercise in pure adrenaline thrilled terror, The Stranger! All 13 episodes are available exclusively on the streaming platform now! Each one is a virtuosic nail biter clocking in at under 10 minutes and is a must-see. Hear about the unique mechanics of the story telling and how it relates specifically to your phone! Discover Maika and Dane’s horror firsts, geek out over It Follows, A Cure For Wellness and so much more! Episode 153 is here to pick you up now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
88: ‘It Follows’ Starring Maika Monroe, Keir Gilchrist, Daniel Zovatto
It’s a busy week at the box office but we didn’t deem the top two films spoiler worthy. So Home and Get Hard get a pass. Instead we tackle the indie horror flick It Follows. Apparently there’s an “it” and it’s, um….prone to following things. It’s a taut, suspenseful thriller that achieves that rarest of [...] Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/reelspoilers.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#149: Bill Nighy, Maika Monroe - February 20, 2015
The Empire Film Podcast
It's the Oscars this weekend, which means most of the Empire Podcast team are currently trying to amass as much confectionary and is humanly possible in advance of the all-night onslaught of famous folk in very expensive clothing on Sunday. But before all that happens, here's a great little podcast featuring It Follows' wonderful Maika Monrie and the one and only Bill Nighy. Remember, kids: don't buy drugs!