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Rank #40 in Film History category

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ONE HEAT MINUTE PRODUCTIONS began with film journalist Blake Howard examining Michael Mann's 1995 crime opus HEATchronologically, in 60-second increments, in the aptly titled "One HEAT Minute." After more than 170 episodes the finale featured the legendary mastermind director, screenwriter and producer behind the film Michael Mann. Now, the feed is occupied by similarly obsessed examinations like: THE LAST (12 minutes) OF THE MOHICANS is a twelve-episode limited podcast series focusing on the climax of the Michael Mann's 1992 epic The Last of the Mohicans. (Completed) INCREMENT VICE is the podcast that explores Paul Thomas Anderson's INHERENT VICE one scene at a time, with host Travis Woods (Weekly on Fridays) 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. (Three times a week) #ConTENgen: In a world changed by COVID-19, every day, this podcast will be reaching out to talk movies and maintain connections; in less ten minutes or less. (Daily). JOSIE AND THE PODCATS is a limited podcast series diving into the history, the production, the music, the legacy, and the fandom surrounding the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats. From the stars and creators to the obsessive fans, DuJour means this show is a must-listen for all Josie diehards, hosted by Maria Lewis.

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ONE HEAT MINUTE PRODUCTIONS began with film journalist Blake Howard examining Michael Mann's 1995 crime opus HEATchronologically, in 60-second increments, in the aptly titled "One HEAT Minute." After more than 170 episodes the finale featured the legendary mastermind director, screenwriter and producer behind the film Michael Mann. Now, the feed is occupied by similarly obsessed examinations like: THE LAST (12 minutes) OF THE MOHICANS is a twelve-episode limited podcast series focusing on the climax of the Michael Mann's 1992 epic The Last of the Mohicans. (Completed) INCREMENT VICE is the podcast that explores Paul Thomas Anderson's INHERENT VICE one scene at a time, with host Travis Woods (Weekly on Fridays) 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. (Three times a week) #ConTENgen: In a world changed by COVID-19, every day, this podcast will be reaching out to talk movies and maintain connections; in less ten minutes or less. (Daily). JOSIE AND THE PODCATS is a limited podcast series diving into the history, the production, the music, the legacy, and the fandom surrounding the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats. From the stars and creators to the obsessive fans, DuJour means this show is a must-listen for all Josie diehards, hosted by Maria Lewis.

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DuJour means Subscribe

By Mo Shafeek - May 13 2020
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A perfect podcast. The Josie miniseries is essential listening for those who are looking for deep dives into modern cult classics.

Josie & Podcats

By ZombieValkyrie - Apr 22 2020
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Loving this podcast and you can tell so much love went into its making.

iTunes Ratings

73 Ratings
Average Ratings
65
4
2
2
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DuJour means Subscribe

By Mo Shafeek - May 13 2020
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A perfect podcast. The Josie miniseries is essential listening for those who are looking for deep dives into modern cult classics.

Josie & Podcats

By ZombieValkyrie - Apr 22 2020
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Loving this podcast and you can tell so much love went into its making.

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Rank #1: All The President's Minutes - Minute 1 with Bilge Ebiri

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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 one host Blake Howard is joined by Editor for Vulture and New York Magazine and one of the world's best film critics, Bilge Ebiri. Bilge and Blake discuss director Alan J. Pakula's avant-garde choices, paranoia, audiences watching at the time knowing that all this "shit" only happening two years ago and the inference an impenetrable machine surrounding Nixon from the first minute of the movie.
Directed by Alan J. Pakula, written by two-time Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman from the novel by reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman; All The President's Men is a perfect film about an imperfect time.
Guest Bio: Bilge Ebiri is a film critic/writer/editor at New York Magazine. He has contributed to publications such as L.A. Weekly, The New York Times and the Village Voice (rip). Bilge is also a writer and director, known for New Guy (2003), Purse Snatcher (2006) and The Barber of Siberia (1998).
TWITTER: @BILGEEBIRI THE VILLAGE VOICE ARCHIVEROTTEN TOMATOES
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Jan 05 2020

51mins

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Rank #2: One HEAT Minute: Episode #159 - TOM KANE (FILMMAKER - PRIZZI'S HONOR, TAXI DRIVER, KRAMER VS KRAMER)

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann’s 1995 crime opus HEAT minute by minute. It’s the 159th minute (2:38:00 - 2:39:00) - host Blake Howard joins a filmmaker who contributed to such masterworks as Prizzi’s Honor, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and academy award-winning Kramer vs. Kramer - Tom Kane. Blake and Tom discuss taking a shotgun like it’s a “fucking shopping cart,” meeting Al Pacino in a Lee Strasberg directing class and De Niro staying inside “to keep the character going.”


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TOM KANE


Tom Kane has had a long and distinguished career in the film and television industry. As a Producer, Production Manager and Assistant Director, his clients have included Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax Films, Columbia Pictures, United Artists, Warner Bros., ABC Motion Pictures, Turner Network Television, CBS, NBC, ABC-TV and Hallmark Entertainment, among many others.

Tom began his career in New York City working on numerous box office successes such as Prizzi’s Honor, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, academy award-winning Kramer vs. Kramer, An Unmarried Woman, The Turning Point, Night Hawks, Swimming to Cambodia andThe Flamingo Kid, alongside distinguished directors that include John Huston, Martin Scorsese, Robert Benton, Paul Mazursky, Herb Ross and Garry Marshall. Tom has worked with such notable actors as Jack Nicholson, Robert DeNiro, Meryl Streep, Dustin Hoffman, Ed Harris, Glenn Close, Elijah Wood, Pierce Brosnan, Sylvester Stallone, Spaulding Gray and Matt Dillon. For a complete list of actors, click here.

After 16 years in New York City, Tom moved to Los Angeles to produce two television series, Fortune Dane, followed by the critically acclaimed Sledgehammer! both for ABC-Television. From 1988 to 1990, he served as Vice President of Production for the Weintraub Entertainment Group, overseeing all production. Immediately following, he produced for TNT, Riders of the Purple Sage (Ed Harris), Last Stand at Saber River (Tom Selleck), The Day Lincoln Was Shot (Rob Morrow), and Crossfire Trail (Tom Selleck). Tom most recently served as Producer on the Hallmark Hall of Fame production Brush With Fate, which is based on the best selling novel Girl In Hyacinth Blue, and filmed in The Netherlands. The film aired on CBS and starred Glenn Close, Ellen Burstyn and Thomas Gibson. He currently freelances as a Producer and/or Production Manager and is a long-time member of the Directors Guild of America.


Since 1984, Tom has taught film and television production to hundreds of students from all over the world. He created “The Line Producer,UPM, AD Workshop” for The International Film & Television Workshops in Rockport, Maine (www.mainemedia.edu), where he taught for 12 years. Tom currently teaches his 3-day film/video production workshop throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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Jun 13 2019

41mins

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Rank #3: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #21 “...they’re an Indochinese heroin cartel...” with Blake Howard

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If the first hour of Inherent Vice is a hazily mysterious stretch of world-building in which we—and Doc—realize that something has gone wrong, then the second hour of the film is reveal after reveal of what is wrong with the world, and the people in it. And resting between those two hours is this one-scene, in which the film simultaneously exhales after an hour of introductions and inhales before diving deep into the world of the Golden Fang, and exponentially expanding the scope of Inherent Vice.


And who better to join us to celebrate cracking Inherent Vice’s first hour with a one-minute scene than the host of One Heat Minute himself?


Inherent Vice is a film that deceptively uses its hardboiled detective fiction framework as a method of inquiry into something far deeper, and far more serious, than a plot to kidnap a real estate developer. It tricks us into settling in for a noir about a man solving a mystery, and instead presents us with a man confronting a melancholy truth: everything—lives, eras, and loves—comes to an end.



About the Guest - BLAKE HOWARD

Blake Howard is a writer, a podcaster, and the editor-in-chief & co-founder of Australian film blog Graffiti With Punctuation. He is the creator of One Heat Minute Productions and the producer of Increment Vice.

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Apr 17 2020

1hr 32mins

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Rank #4: ConTENgen: Day 0 with Maria Lewis

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In a world changed by COVID-19, every day this podcast will be reaching out to talk movies and maintain connections; in less ten minutes or less.For the first transmission, I talk to my dear friend Maria Lewis about starting another podcast, and talk the Dark Horizons Top 3 news items of the day. Follow me on Twitter: @OneBlakeMinute

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Mar 17 2020

10mins

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Rank #5: BONUS: DUJOUR

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Ride on your motorbike with DuJour and into this Josie And The Podcats bonus episode about the unintentional breakout stars of the 2001 cult film Josie And The Pussycats - the parody of 90s boybands, DuJour. Writers and directors Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont talk about crafting the DuJour sound with Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds and pitching a DuJour movie to Netflix. Rachael Leigh Cook shares why they’re her “favourite” part of the movie - even 20 years later - and musicians Eva and Sam Hendricks from Charly Bliss and Amandah Wilkinson of Bossy Love and Operator Please talk about DuJour’s lasting musical influence.


Josie and the Podcats is hosted, researched and written by best-selling author, screenwriter and journalist Maria Lewis. She can be found on Twitter @MovieMazz https://twitter.com/moviemazz and marialewis.com.au The show is produced by film critic and podcast/producer behind One Heat Minute and All The Presidents Minutes Blake Howard. He can be found on Twitter @OneBlakeMinute https://twitter.com/OneBlakeMinute and graffitiwithpunctuation.com


For the hearing impaired, a written version of this episode is available online here:


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Josie and the Podcats logo was designed by Aimee Reid who you can find on Instagram at @ai.me.me or via email at aimee.reid0310@gmail.com


Amandah Wilkinson of Bossy Love and Edwin Organ are responsible for our jerkin theme song, with Bossy Love’s new album Me + U out now: www.bossylove.com and Edwin online at edwinorgan.com


Tune in for next week’s episode of Josie and the Podcats: Soundtrack.

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Apr 22 2020

22mins

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Rank #6: One HEAT Minute: Episode #89 - Manohla Dargis (Co-Chief Film Critic - The New York Times)

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 "magnum opus" HEAT minute by minute. It's the 89th minute (1:28:00-1:29:00) - host Blake Howard joins the world's greatest living film critic, The New York Times co-chief film critic, Manohla Dargis. Blake and Manohla discuss the sensational orchestration of the ACTUAL first time that Pacino and De Niro share the screen, foreshadowing the finale with Vincent holding a gun and Neil literally boxed in his car, the first glimpse of the iconic Kate Matalini's diner scene and SO MUCH MORE. What do you say I buy you a cup of coffee and you have a listen?

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Oct 17 2018

37mins

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Rank #7: BONUS One HEAT Minute: Brian Koppelman - "I know how to grab it..."

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 L.A crime opus HEAT minute by minute. In this very special bonus episode, Blake talks to the host of "The Moment” podcast, co-writer of Rounders & Ocean’s Thirteen and the co-creator, showrunner, and executive producer of Showtime's Billions - Brian Koppelman. Blake and Brian talk about obsessively revisiting canonical texts, Brian emphatically pitches that the next minute podcast should be Zodiac and finally reveals a second scene with Kelso that was shot and never included in the final film.

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Mar 07 2020

41mins

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Rank #8: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #23 “...you can only cruise the boulevards of regret so far...” with William Boyle

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Odd, isn’t it, here in Los Angeles, capital of eternal youth, endless summer and all, that fear and loneliness should be running the town again as in days of old, like the Hollywood blacklist you don’t remember and the Watts rioting you do.

But that’s where our host sits, deep in his studio bunker, stuck inside of LA with the Quarantine Blues again…


About the Guest - WILLIAM BOYLE

William Boyle is from Brooklyn, New York. His books include: GRAVESEND, which was nominated for the Grand Prix de Littérature Policière in France and shortlisted for the John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger in the UK; THE LONELY WITNESS, which was nominated for the Hammett Prize and is nominated for the Grand Prix de Littérature Policière; A FRIEND IS A GIFT YOU GIVE YOURSELF; and, most recently, CITY OF MARGINS. He lives in Oxford, Mississippi.

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May 02 2020

1hr 39mins

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Rank #9: One HEAT Minute: Episode #123 - BILGE EBIRI (FILM CRITIC FOR NEW YORK MAGAZINE & VULTURE)

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 "sea of unquantifiable connections" HEAT, minute by minute. It's the 123rd minute (2:02:00 -2:03:00) - host Blake Howard joins the world-renowned film critic for the Village Voice (R.I.P), Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, Vulture (and elsewhere) - Bilge Ebiri. Blake and Bilge discuss how strange it is that Van Zant is watching hockey in L.A prior to his murder, realising suddenly that Neil has thief skills and breaking with the discipline to discuss another scene in the film that Bilge claims could re-educate movie illiterates on the power of cinema. How the hell should I know why you're not listening.

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Mar 04 2019

49mins

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Rank #10: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #14: "...this is Golden Fang territory..." with Millie De Chirico

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The novels of Inherent Vice author Thomas Pynchon are littered and laced and threaded and latticed with all manner of references to songs and bands and movies and TV shows and cartoons either real or imagined, a paranoid prism of pop culture through which you see his characters, their lives, and the conspiratorial entanglements that enmesh them. So it’s all rather appropriate that today’s guest comes armed with movie marathons and mixtapes and double and triple features all centered around Inherent Vice—through her incredible array of popsterpieces, we can see through the fog of the Fang and recognize a few folks we know, like a certain heartbusted detective, his maybe-real/maybe-not surfergal Jimminy Crickett, a mysterious ex-old of some repute, and a fast-talking Chick Planet countergirl who maybe just maybe knows more than anyone else in this misty night-world we find ourselves returning to….
About the Guest
MILLIE DE CHIRICOMillie De Chirico is a 15-year veteran of the programming department at Turner Classic Movies and is at the helm of their late-night cult movie franchise, TCM Underground.
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Feb 15 2020

1hr 50mins

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Rank #11: One HEAT Minute: Episode #157 - JOANNA DI MATTIA (FILM CRITC - SENSES OF CINEMA, KILL YOUR DARLINGS, THE MONTHLY, THE AGE)

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann’s 1995 crime opus HEAT minute by minute. It’s the 157th minute (2:36:00 - 2:37:00) - host Blake Howard joins the joyously obsessive award-winning film critic for many publications including Senses of Cinema, Kill Your Darlings, The Age and Fandor - Joanna Di Mattia. Blake and Joanna discuss the great physicality in Pacino’s intuitive performance, the coalescence of themes in this minute and being at the precipice of the climax.
BIO:JOANNA DI MATTIAJoanna Di Mattia is an award-winning film critic who has written for many publications and outlets, including Senses of Cinema, Screen Education, SBS Movies, Kill Your Darlings, The Age, The Big Issue and Fandor. (Bio via The Monthly).Twitter: @JoannaDiMattia Website: inalonelyplacefilm.comIt's impossible to imagine The Godfather trilogy without Al Pacino, but it nearly happened by Joanna Di Mattia
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Jun 11 2019

38mins

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Rank #12: JOSIE AND THE PODCATS - EPISODE #1: HISTORY

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Welcome to the first episode of Josie and the Podcats, a six-part limited podcast series all about the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats. This week, we’re looking at Josie’s unlikely history: from a World War II romance to the Civil Rights movement in America during the sixties. A collection of the world’s best Archie Comics and pop culture experts help us break down exactly how we got to the point where the biting, satirical movie Josie and the Pussycats could exist.


Josie and the Podcats is hosted, researched and written by best-selling author, screenwriter and journalist Maria Lewis. She can be found on Twitter @MovieMazz https://twitter.com/moviemazz and marialewis.com.au The show is produced by film critic and podcast/producer behind One Heat Minute and All The Presidents Minutes Blake Howard. He can be found on Twitter @OneBlakeMinute https://twitter.com/OneBlakeMinute and graffitiwithpunctuation.com


For the hearing impaired, a written version of this episode is available online here: https://graffitiwithpunctuation.com/opinion/the-unlikely-history-of-josie-and-the-pussycats


If you like this show, please rate, review, and subscribe. New episodes drop every Sunday, with bonus episodes during the week.


Josie and the Podcats logo was designed by Aimee Reid who you can find on Instagram at @ai.me.me or via email at aimee.reid0310@gmail.com


Amandah Wilkinson of Bossy Love and Edwin Organ are responsible for our jerkin theme song, with Bossy Love’s new album Me + U out now: www.bossylove.com and Edwin online at edwinorgan.com


Tim Hanley is the author of several non-fiction books, including Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World's Most Famous Heroine and the upcoming Betty and Veronica: The Leading Ladies of Riverdale. He’s on Twitter at @Tim_Hanley https://twitter.com/timhanley01 and his books can be found here: www.amazon.com/Tim-Hanley/


Alex Segura is the author of several novels and comic books, which can also be found here www.alexsegura.com . He’s on Twitter at @Alex_Segura https://twitter.com/alex_segura


This episode was sponsored by Supanova Pop Culture Expo www.supanova.com.au and the wares of artist Kirbee Lawler www.kirbeelawler.com


Tune in for next week’s episode of Josie and the Podcats: Development.

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Apr 05 2020

40mins

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Rank #13: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #15: "...I don't know what I just saw..." with Jason Bailey

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Ol’ Raymond Chandler once wrote the following about the kind of hero who shows up in detective fiction:
“Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean, who is neither tarnished nor afraid. The detective in this kind of story must be such a man. He is the hero, he is everything. He must be a complete man and a common man and yet an unusual man. He must be, to use a rather weathered phrase, a man of honor, by instinct, by inevitability, without thought of it, and certainly without saying it. He must be the best man in his world and a good enough man for any world.” “The best man in his world and a good enough man for any world,” huh? Gee, that sounds a little like a buddy of ours out in Gordita Beach, has an office now, it’s like a day job and everything. Not quite a do-gooder, but somebody who does good…
About the Guest - Jason BaileyJason Bailey is film critic and editor-at-large for Flavorwire and a regular contributor to The New York Times and The Playlist. A graduate of the Cultural Reporting and Criticism program at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, he is the author of four books and is currently writing his fifth, Fun City Cinema: New York City and the Movies That Made It, for Abrams Books. His byline has appeared at Vulture, Vice, The Atlantic, Slate, Indiewire, Gothamist, Rolling Stone, Uproxx, Pajiba, The Dissolve, Salon, Hyperallergic, and The Village Voice, among others; he also appeared in the CNN documentary miniseries The Movies. He lives in New York with his wife Rebekah and their two daughters.
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Feb 21 2020

1hr 18mins

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Rank #14: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #17: "...out at sea someplace..." with Peter Avellino

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In his classic novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken Kesey wrote “McMurphy laughs. Rocking farther and farther backward against the cabin top, spreading his laugh across the water…laughing at all of it. Because he knows you have to laugh at the things that hurt you just to keep yourself in balance, just to keep the world from running you plumb crazy. He knows there’s a painful side…but he won’t let the pain blot out the humor no more’n he’ll let the humor blot out the pain.”
If ever there was an author we suspect our ol pal Doc Sportello would enjoy (other than a certain reclusive fellow hiding on the other side of Gravity’s Rainbow), it’d be that acid-fried humanist Kesey, who also wrote something more than just a little pertinent to Inherent Vice in general and today’s scene in specific:
“You had a choice: you could either strain and look at things that appeared in front of you in the fog, painful as it might be, or you could relax and lose yourself.”
Goddamn, Ken…
About the Guest - PETER AVELLINO"I'm a writer. I live in Los Feliz. Sometimes I go to the movies. There's more to tell, but not just now."
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Mar 06 2020

1hr 39mins

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Rank #15: MIAMI NICE: Accents

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Big disco fans Katie Walsh and Blake Howard begin to unpack the incredible accent work on show in Miami Vice (2006). Beginning with Eddie Marsan’s king of Cajuns - Nicholas; moving to the utility talent more committed than a crazy pig, John Ortiz as Jose Yero. Finally, we unpack the enigma of Ciarán Hinds’ FBI Agent Fujima whose vaguely British in most other films is replaced by vaguely American.

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May 21 2020

54mins

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Rank #16: JOSIE AND THE PODCATS - EPISODE #2: DEVELOPMENT

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After going on a historical journey to where the Josie and the Pussycats movie could exist as a commercial entity in the late nineties, now we get into the nitty gritty of development. Writing and directing duo Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont sign on to direct after their hit Can’t Hardly Wait and they put out an offer to Rachael Leigh Cook for the role of Josie. Tara Reid gets locked in as Melody and everyone from Aaliyah, Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, Beyoncé and Regina King audition for the part of Valerie.


Welcome to the second episode of Josie and the Podcats, a six-part limited podcast series all about the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats.


Josie and the Podcats is hosted, researched and written by best-selling author, screenwriter and journalist Maria Lewis. She can be found on Twitter @MovieMazz https://twitter.com/moviemazz and marialewis.com.au The show is produced by film critic and podcast/producer behind One Heat Minute and All The Presidents Minutes Blake Howard. He can be found on Twitter @OneBlakeMinute https://twitter.com/OneBlakeMinute and graffitiwithpunctuation.com


For the hearing impaired, a written version of this episode is available online here: https://graffitiwithpunctuation.com/josie-and-the-podcats


If you like this show, please rate, review, and subscribe. New episodes drop every Sunday, with bonus episodes during the week.


Josie and the Podcats logo was designed by Aimee Reid who you can find on Instagram at @ai.me.me or via email at aimee.reid0310@gmail.com


Amandah Wilkinson of Bossy Love and Edwin Organ are responsible for our jerkin theme song, with Bossy Love’s new album Me + U out now: www.bossylove.com and Edwin online at edwinorgan.com


This episode was sponsored by Nicola Scott Art https://www.nicolascottart.com and the new book by Maria Lewis, The Wailing Woman https://www.amazon.com/Wailing-Woman-Maria-Lewis/dp/0349421323


Tune in for next week’s episode of Josie and the Podcats, Production, and our upcoming bonus episode, Fashion.

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Apr 12 2020

35mins

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Rank #17: All The President's Minutes - Minute 25 with Leon Neyfakh

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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 twenty-five host, Blake Howard joins journalist, author and podcast producer behind the SLOW BURN, Leon Neyfakh. Blake and Leon discuss why this period in time had a gravitational pull for some of the most brazen and strange political deception in history.
About Leon NeyfakhLeon Neyfakh is an American journalist, radio host and author. He is known for hosting the podcast Slow Burn and FIASCO and his book The Next Next Level: A Story of Rap, Friendship, and Almost Giving Up.Twitter: @leoncrawl

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Mar 28 2020

46mins

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Rank #18: BONUS: HOW ARCHIE BROKE THE COMICS CODE

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Welcome to the first BONUS episode of Josie and the Podcats, a six-part limited podcast series all about the 2001 cult classic Josie and the Pussycats. After our first episode - History - dove into the pop cultural significance of Josie as a property over the decades, we decided to keep things historical for our debut bonus ep. This is all about how Archie broke the Comics Code.


Josie and the Podcats is hosted, researched and written by best-selling author, screenwriter and journalist Maria Lewis. She can be found on Twitter @MovieMazz https://twitter.com/moviemazz and marialewis.com.au The show is produced by film critic and podcast/producer behind One Heat Minute and All The Presidents Minutes Blake Howard. He can be found on Twitter @OneBlakeMinute https://twitter.com/OneBlakeMinute and graffitiwithpunctuation.com


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Amandah Wilkinson of Bossy Love and Edwin Organ are responsible for our jerkin theme song, with Bossy Love’s new album Me + U out now: www.bossylove.com and Edwin online at edwinorgan.com


Tim Hanley is the author of several non-fiction books, including Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World's Most Famous Heroine and the upcoming Betty and Veronica: The Leading Ladies of Riverdale. He’s on Twitter at @Tim_Hanley https://twitter.com/timhanley01 and his books can be found here: www.amazon.com/Tim-Hanley/


Alex Segura is the author of several novels and comic books, which can also be found here www.alexsegura.com . He’s on Twitter at @Alex_Segura https://twitter.com/alex_segura


This episode was sponsored by All The President’s Minutes

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Apr 08 2020

22mins

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Rank #19: INCREMENT VICE - EPISODE #12: "...Shasta's missing, Wolfmann's gone, uh, Glen Charlock's dead..." with Jim Hemphill

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Connections abound in the paranoiac and conspiracy-laden world of Thomas Pynchon, connections vast and connections minute, connections real and perceived and imagined and hoped for and dreaded and undiscovered. The same could be said of the city, the megalopolis, Los Angeles, with its never ending cascade of connections falling upon its concrete sprawl and tangling up its dazed denizens like fish in the net of a certain schooner sailing the seven seas. Connections that bind this person to that movie, or that movie to that song, or that song to that memory, or that missing person to that booby hatch, or that ex-old to that supposedly dead junkie sax player, and so on and so on and so on, world without end, hallelujah. And if connections are part of the marrow-deep makeup of Pynchon’s work (and maybe even a little movie based on one of those books), then boy oh boy, today’s guest was pretty much born to talk about them, as he and our host surf upon a series of seemingly endless wave of connections from SoCal noirs to comic book panel art to the hidden extraterrestrial messages buried within PTA’s Punch-Drunk Love. No, really.
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JIM HEMPHILLJim Hemphill is the award-winning screenwriter and director of the critically-acclaimed THE TROUBLE WITH THE TRUTH and BAD REPUTATION, as well as a respected film historian whose essays have appeared in the CHICAGO READER, FILM COMMENT, FILM QUARTERLY, MOVIEMAKER, et al. He is a researcher/interviewer for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Visual History Project, and has contributed historical audio commentaries to home releases of many films including INHERIT THE WIND, GARDENS OF STONE, and HANG 'EM HIGH. Jim also hosts a podcast for AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER, where he interviews the industry’s top directors of photography, and is the author of Focal Point, a regular column on directing for FILMMAKER MAGAZINE. He is a programming consultant at the Egyptian and Aero theaters in Los Angeles, where he has moderated discussions with Martin Scorsese, Charlize Theron, Nicolas Cage, David Mamet, Jim Jarmusch, Paul Schrader, Viggo Mortensen, Shirley MacLaine, and many others.

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Jan 24 2020

2hr 22mins

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Rank #20: One HEAT Minute: Episode #120 - DOUGLAS HOLM (AUTHOR: QUENTIN TARANTINO: THE POCKET ESSENTIAL & KILL BILL: AN UNOFFICIAL CASEBOOK & BROADCASTER FOR KBOO RADIO)

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ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 crime saga HEAT, minute by minute. It's the 120th minute (1:59:00-2:00:00) - host Blake Howard joins author of Quentin Tarantino: The Pocket Essential (2004), Kill Bill: An Unofficial Casebook , Glitter Books/Creation Books, (2005), Robert Crumb,Pocket Essentials (2003), Film Soleil, Pocket Essentials (2005) and broadcast reviewer for Monday Sampler, KBOO - Douglas Holm . Blake and Douglas discuss De Niro's focus, the digital predator vibes of Neil's vehicle in the lights and of course Nate facilitating a new "out." Make time to listen.
Host: Blake HowardGuest: Douglas Holm Websites: http://www.allclassical.org/programs/on-the-aisle/d-k-holm/http://dkholm.typepad.com

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Feb 28 2019

43mins

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