In this extra-long, special episode of the Talk Film Society Podcast, Marcelo (@MarceloJPico) welcomes Rockie (@RockieWarAntz) onto the show to discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The first 20 minutes are spoiler-free, but after that the two dig deep into the latest space epic. Listen, enjoy, and may the force be with you. Always.
Don’t mind the insects crawling all over you or the tiny video cameras monitoring your every move… listen to this.
What better way to start a romantic comedy podcast than with Nora Ephron.
Talking making podcasts and two gothic romance movies.
The real magic mailbox was the friends we made along the way.
It’s the role you didn’t think you wanted Keanu Reeves to play, a wise orthodontist.
Who is Mulan II blame for this one?
Marcelo watches WWE’s Royal Rumble 2019, and Marcus is his guide through the whole thing.
Keanu in an underappreciated comic book movie? The devil you say!
You’re a podcast listener, Harry.
And that ‘something’ is this podcast episode we’re giving you.
Marcelo and Matt make a podcast while making a podcast.
It’s a tale of one Batman in a Tale of Two Cities and one of those cities is Gotham.
It’s the culmination of Shyamalan’s trilogy and a podcast series all rolled into one; get ready for the showdown.
We woke up super early on a Tuesday and got angry so you didn’t have to!
It’s Oscar season! No, it’s TFS Awards season! Oscar season! TFS Awards season!
Everything that has a beginning, has an end.
Rejoice! We’ve reached the penultimate episode of the podcast series! Trust in The Beast!
George, George, George of the Jungle! Watch out for that end credits scene!
It’s nothing but love for the Wachowskis for two hours, folks. Enjoy it.
You have two options. Listen to this or don’t, which will lead to an end to your species. Ergo, you must listen.
1. Have a great time. 2. Eat as much as you want. 3. Listen to this podcast whenever you want!
Attention all Keanu fans and baseball fans: play (hard)ball!
From Tom McCarthy, the director of the Best Picture Oscar winner Spotlight comes The Cobbler… uhhhh
Based on an idea by Will Smith when he was watching the TV show I Shouldn't Be Alive… No, seriously.
Certainly it’s the last Airbender, but it won’t be the last you hear from us or M. Night Shyamalan.
It’s not your regular November, it’s a saccharine, schmaltzy November; you could call it sweet.
Ho ho ho! Merry Aquaman!
We’re not talking to some plastic house plant here, we’re talking to you about this 2008 eco-thriller.
This is our gift to you: a discussion on this overlooked gem.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is too good for this reality.