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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beatrice Loayza. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beatrice Loayza, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Beatrice Loayza. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Beatrice Loayza, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 18: Time with Amy Taubin + 70s Horror with Beatrice Loayza and Christina Newland

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Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host Nicolas Rapold. This week, I start with a featured look at Time, directed by Garrett Bradley. I talk with the wonderful Amy Taubin about the movie, which is one of the year’s best. On the second half of the episode, I look at a terrific collection of 1970s horror available at the Criterion Channel. Critics Beatrice Loayza and Christina Newland join me to discuss the pleasures and politics of the movies, including: Death Dream, Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, George Romero’s The Crazies, Death Line, and special bonus title, The Velvet Vampire, directed by Stephanie Rothman.

Look for more of what I’m blithely calling audio magazine features in future episodes, with in-depth looks at films and filmmakers, interviews, and other stories.

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Oct 26 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Episode 17: New Beginnings, with Beatrice Loayza, Susannah Gruder, and Eric Hynes

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Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, with your host Nicolas Rapold. This week, we’re trying something different. After our usual discussion of recently watched movies, I dig into a special topic with another guest. First I trade New York Film Festival highlights with critics Beatrice Loayza and Susannah Gruder. Then on the second half, I talk about the possible futures facing moviegoing and film exhibition because of the pandemic, with Eric Hynes of the Museum of the Moving Image. We’ll have more of what I’m blithely calling audio magazine features in future episodes, with in-depth looks at films and filmmakers, interviews, and other stories.

Movies discussed include: Dick Johnson Is Dead, On the Rocks, Smooth Talk starring Laura Dern, and Beginning. For complete show notes with links, subscribe to my newsletter at
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Oct 12 2020 · 1hr 9mins

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MIAMI NICE: "Overtly Sexy Scenes" with Beatrice Loayza

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This episode of MIAMI NICE hosts Katie Walsh and Blake Howard join writer and film critic Beatrice Loayza to talk about "hips gyrating" and "torsos jiggling" in the salsa dancing in MIAMI VICE. 


About Beatrice: 

Beatrice is a Peruvian-American writer and critic based in Washington, D.C. Beatrice is a regular at The A.V. Club. Beatrice has written for Film Comment, i-D, The Guardian, Sight & Sound, Reverse Shot, Filmmaker Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Roger Ebert, Hyperallergic, Bitch Media, Another Gaze, and more. 

Follow Beatrice on Twitter: @bealoayza

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Oct 10 2020 · 50mins
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Episode 15: A Toronto Trio - Jordan Cronk, Eric Hynes, Beatrice Loayza

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Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, a podcast where we reach out to friends to talk about what we’ve been watching. It’s as simple as that. Joining Nicolas Rapold this time are critics Eric Hynes (curator of film, Museum of the Moving Image), Jordan Cronk (founder, Acropolis Cinema), and Beatrice Loayza, talking about their highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival. The movies include: Nomadland, The 180-Degree Rule, Pieces of a Woman, The Inheritance, Quo Vadis, Aida?, Fauna, Downstream to Kinshasa, 76 Days, and a previous favorite, Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time.

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Sep 24 2020 · 58mins
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All The President's Minutes - Minute 72 with Beatrice Loayza

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All the President's Minutes is a podcast where conversations about movies, journalism, politics and history meet. Each show we use the seminal and increasingly prescient 1976 film All The President's Men as a portal, to engage with the themes and the warnings of the film resonating since its release. For minute 72, I join DC film and theatre critic with bylines at The Av Club, Guardian, MUBI and Film Comment, Beatrice Loayza. Beatrice and I discuss Gordon Willis' chiaroscuro stylings, being dwarfed by the Washington DC architecture and appreciating that President's has no interested in the affairs of the powerful. 

About Beatrice Loayza

Beatrice Loayza is a freelance film writer. She is a regular contributor to the AV Club, MUBI, and Brightest Young Things.

In the past, she has contributed to Sight & Sound Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Ebert Voices, i-D, Hyperallergic, Remezcla, Bitch Media, and Another Gaze.


Twitter: @bealoayza

Outlets: The AV Club, Guardian, Film Comment

Website: beatriceloayza.com

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Jul 27 2020 · 49mins
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Classic - Starship Troopers (with Beatrice Loayza)

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Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Michael Snydel, and Bill Graham are joined by special guest Beatrice Loayza to discuss Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers, now available on Netflix. One can also tune into our recent discussion of Showgirls with You Don't Nomi director Jeffery McHale on this feed.

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The Film Stage Show is supported by MUBI, a curated streaming service showcasing exceptional films from around the globe. Every day, MUBI premieres a new film. Whether it's a timeless classic, a cult favorite, or an acclaimed masterpiece — it’s guaranteed to be either a movie you’ve been dying to see or one you’ve never heard of before and there will always be something new to discover. Try it for free for 30 days at mubi.com/filmstage.
Jun 30 2020 · 1hr 40mins
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Black Sunday (1960) with Beatrice Loayza

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In this episode, we’re diving into Mario Bava’s atmospheric gothic horror Black Sunday, released in 1960 and banned in the UK untill 1968 for its graphic violence, considered too gruesome at the time. Based very loosely on Nikolai Gogol’s story VIY (which also has its own Soviet film adaptation that I’d highly encourage you to check out!), Black Sunday follows the wrath of the powerful witch-vampire Asa (played by Barbara Steele in her first big screen role), who places a curse on her family after they execute her for her devotion to Satan. Centuries later, she is resurrected and aims to take the body of her descendant, the innocent Katja (also played by Steele). 
I’m joined in this episode by Beatrice Loayza, film and culture writer at such outlets as The Guardian, The AV Club, Sight & Sound, i-D and many more. We discuss the gender politics of the film, Barbara Steele's dual role, the conflation of witch and vampire, and the gruesome focus on the face. 

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Apr 10 2020 · 48mins