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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Clarisse Loughrey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Clarisse Loughrey, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Clarisse Loughrey. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Clarisse Loughrey, often where they are interviewed.

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23: Lockdown special! Clarisse Loughrey - Crimson Peak

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Well hello,

We have another cracking Lockdown Special for you this week and it’s with the stupendous, Clarisse Loughrey.

Yes, that is right, our first bona fide legit film critic and a Wittertainment substitute teacher no less!

We take a stab at Guillermo Del Toro’s 2015 gothic horror, Crimson Peak.

Clarisse also lets us know about the tropes of Victorian gothic horror, what her dancefloor vibe killer is as well as one of the surprising jobs she did before she was a film critic.

Get it in those ears.

Links below:

Apple/iPhone:

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/films-n-that/id1470141261

Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/show/1C4LiOrMZTD90e9tbB5EQO

And More!

https://audioboom.com/channels/4998419

IMDb:

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116367/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

Clarisse’s Twitter is     @Clarisselou

If you'd like to get in touch, then the email is filmsandthatpod@gmail.com and we're on all the usual social media platforms below

Facebook -                   @Filmsnthatpod

Twitter-                       @Films_that

Instagram-                  instagram.com/filmsandthatpod/

Cheers!

The Just Films & That team
May 26 2020 · 39mins
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King Arthur 2004 with Clarisse Loughrey

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Here's another lock down special episode in which Clarisse Loughrey holds Excalibur aloft to defend the honor of 2004's King Arthur. (not the extended directors cut!) 

All the actors are in this movie which takes a realistic approach to the famous legend.

You can find Clarisse on Twitter here;

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Apr 15 2020 · 36mins
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House with Clarisse Loughrey

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Sam Clements is curating a fictional film festival. He'll accept almost anything, but the movie must not be longer than 90 minutes. This is the 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest podcast.

In episode 34 Sam is joined by film critic and broadcaster Clarisse Loughrey. Clarisse is the chief film critic for The Independent and a regular stand-in for Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Kermode and Mayo’ film review (aka Wittertainment). Clarisse has chosen the 88 minute long House [Hausu] (ハウス), Nobuhiko Ôbayashi's cult horror film from 1977. The film was originally commissioned to be the "Japanese Jaws" but became entirely it's own - very unique - thing... 

Clarisse and Sam talk about getting started as a film critic on the radio, the origins of House, Nicolas Cage's Japanese pachinko commercials, and a very prominent dancing skeleton! 

Thank you for downloading. We'll be back in a couple of weeks!

Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/90minfilm

We are a proud member of the Stripped Media Network.

Website: 90minfilmfest.comTweet: @90MinFilmFest Instagram: @90MinFilmFest 

Hosted and produced by @sam_clements. Produced and edited by Louise Owen. Guest star @ClarisseLou. Additional editing and sound mixing by @lukemakestweets. Music by @martinaustwick. Artwork by @samgilbey.

If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. We're an independent podcast and every recommendation helps - thank you!House is available on the Criterion Collection in North America. It's also available on the Eureka's The Masters Of Cinema Series in the UK. 

Bonus Link: Watch Nic Cage's Japanese pachinko adverts

Mar 27 2020 · 42mins
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Episode 047: Clarisse Loughrey, Chief Film Critic at The Independent

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This week I spoke to Clarisse Loughrey, the chief film critic for The Independent. She also acts as a regular stand-in for Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Kermode and Mayo’ and runs That Darn Movie Show, a weekly review channel on YouTube.

We cover lots and a lot of it is new ground for the podcast because I’ve never interviewed a film critic before - so we talk about the art of pitching, how Clarisse learnt what a good freelance rate was, how she learnt to trust her opinion and put it on the Internet, what her writing process is, the fear you get when your opinion of a movie differs from your peers and fair bit more, which I think will hopefully be insightful not just for people interesting in a career in film criticism, but also to anyone that reads film reviews - if that’s not too audacious - and what goes into that. So thank you so much to Clarisse for sharing that perspective. 

This is episode 47 of Best Girl Grip!

Mar 03 2020 · 51mins
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Suspiria (1977) & Inferno (1980) with Clarisse Loughrey

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In this episode, we go deep on two witch horror classics: Suspiria (1977) and Inferno (1980), both directed by Dario Argento.

Suspiria was the film that shot Argento to international fame, after it became an unexpected box office hit. It follows an an American ballet student, Susie (played by Jessica Harper) who transfers to a prestigious dance academy in Germany but realizes, after a series of brutal murders, realises that the academy is actually a cover-up for a coven of witches, all bowing down to the Mother Suspiriorum, aka the founder of the academy, Helena Markos. After the runaway success of Suspiria, Argento was tasked to deliver a follow-up. Inferno, released three years after Suspiria, provides a lot of backstory to the The Three Mothers, exploring how the three witches set up shop in Freiburg, Rome and New York City, where Inferno is set. Our protagonists are many, but mostly siblings Rose Elliot, a poet living in New York, and Mark, a student in Rome. When Rose disappears, Mark goes to the States to try to find out what happened to his sister, and encounters the Mother of Darkness, the most terrifying of the Three Mothers.

This episode our guest is The Independent's chief film critic, Clarisse Loughrey, and we discuss the sensorial appeal of Argento's work, his unique take on violence and fear, *that cat scene* in Inferno, the relationship between The Three Mothers and where their power comes from. 
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To coincide with our season of films and events, Here Be Witches, we will be focusing this first series on exploring all things witchcraft on film. Each episode, we will dive deep into films and TV shows that we can’t necessarily screen. Each episode, we’ll be joined with special guests to dissect and discuss a film or show, its legacy and the way witches are represented.

Find out more about our projects here: thefinalgirls.co.uk

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Follow Anna on @annabdemented and Olivia is on @livihowe
Our special guest this episode is Clarisse Loughrey, find her on @clarisselou
Feb 07 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Bat Minute Forever - Minute 18: Are Nipples Peak Nineties? (with Clarisse Loughrey)

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As Iron Man rockets towards his cave, Alfred stands ready to remove his clothing for him.

The Batmobile hits the streets - shake ya tail fin!

Our hero arrives at the Bat Signal to find a certain somebody waiting, lingerie-clad for his enjoyment (and it's not Gordon!).

Cracking the case one more time this week is Clarisse Loughrey! As the chief film critic at The Independent, the host of That Darn Movie Show AND a regular stand-in for Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Kermode and Mayo’ review show, Clarisse doesn't have a single damn Achilles heel - unlike Harvey and his coin.

The next episode follows on Monday. Same Bat Pod, different Bat Minute!

Join us on Facebook at the Bat Minute Listener's Cave!

The Bat Minute theme song is by the band Rat Bit Kit and Ash Lerczak (aka Doc Horror) of Zombina & The Skeletones and Double Echo.

Clarisse Loughrey - Twitter

The Independent - Website - Twitter

That Darn Movie Show - YouTube

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review - WebsiteTwitter - YouTube

Jan 10 2020 · 52mins
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Bat Minute Forever - Minute 16: The Box & Chill (with Clarisse Loughrey)

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Why be brutalised by an uncaring world? You COULD be listening to Bat Minute instead!

Nygma reveals his intentions - brainwave fiddling! He may be a master of mental manipulation, but Eddie ain't so hot at getting Bruce on board. HE NEEDS FUNDS, DAMN IT!

The very best backup is required once more so our team has made the call and recruited Clarisse Loughrey to the investigation! As the chief film critic at The Independent, the host of That Darn Movie Show AND a regular stand-in for Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Kermode and Mayo’ review show, she's ready to solve this riddle before it's even begun!

The next episode follows on Wednesday. Same Bat Pod, different Bat Minute!

Join us on Facebook at the Bat Minute Listener's Cave!

The Bat Minute theme song is by the band Rat Bit Kit and Ash Lerczak (aka Doc Horror) of Zombina & The Skeletones and Double Echo.

Clarisse Loughrey - Twitter

The Independent - Website - Twitter

That Darn Movie Show - YouTube

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review - WebsiteTwitter - YouTube

Jan 06 2020 · 42mins
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with Ben Bailey Smith and Clarisse Loughrey

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Nick Frost talks about Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans.
Plus reviews of The Current War, The Chambermaid and Marianne and Leonard. Plus the Box Office top ten.

Download the Kermode and Mayo podcast from the BBC Sounds app.

Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Text: 85058 (charged at your standard network rate) Twitter: @wittertainment

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Jul 26 2019 · 1hr 55mins
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Ep #114 Shaun of the Dead with Clarisse Loughrey and Adelle Drover

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It’s Episode 114! Adelle Drover (Roll Credits) and Clarisse Loughrey (Independent and Kermode and Mayo) return to Flixwatcher to review Adelle’s choice the 2004 zombie romcom Shaun of the Dead. Shaun of the Dead is the first in the Cornetto Trilogy of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg post Spaced feature films. Pegg is Shaun, a directionless Londoner caught up in a zombie apocalypse while trying to get back together with his girlfriend with his best mate Ed (Nick Frost) in tow.   At a run time of 99 minutes Shaun of the Dead manages to fit in numerous nods to all your favourite zombie films, Spaced references, classic lines “you’ve got red on you”, cameos from the who’s who of British comedy, Queen on the soundtrack and a commendable level of gore. A proper cult classic.  

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[supsystic-tables id=119] Watching Shaun of the Dead feels a lot like hanging out with your best mate and is also a friendly welcome to the zombie sub genre. Shaun scores highly across all categories with a lot of love from Clarisse and Helen scoring 4.45 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Shaun of the Dead? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #114 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #114 Crew of Clarisse Loughrey (@clarisselou)(Independent and Kermode and Mayo) and Adelle Drover(@adelledrover)  from Roll Credits   Find their website online at:  https://www.independent.co.uk/author/clarisse-loughrey  and https://www.rollcredits.net/   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Shaun of the Dead

  For more info on Shaun of the Dead, you can visit the Shaun of the Dead IMDb page here or the Shaun of the Dead Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jul 03 2019 · 36mins
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Clarisse Loughrey / Jo Bevan

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Wossup!
This week we have a member of Desperate Journalist and an actual journalist whom I shall not refer to as "desperate".

Clarisse Loughrey, is here! The Independent's Chief Film Critic, and occasional "substitute teacher" for the BBC's flagship movie show on 5Live (known as Wittertainment to those in the know) herself. I really enjoyed our chat. We talked about the current state of film journalism, its challenges, its rewards, and whether it can be considered a truly creative profession.

Jo Bevan, vocalist with one of the finest bands in the U.K., Desperate Journalist, talks us through their phenomenal third album "In Search Of The Miraculous", via a the story of Dutch conceptualist.

Growing up and childhood also ended up being a theme of the episode with Clarisse and Jo both sharing candid memories of the difficulties they experienced when they were young.

Visit desperatejournalist.co.uk

You can find Clarisse's work at theindependent.co.uk

Let me know what you thought @signalspodcast

Jun 25 2019 · 53mins
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