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.
It’s all the white-people-playing-Persians you can’t handle.
18 years later, this take on the superhero genre still holds up.
Keanu Believe It, definitely my favorite podcast.
We see a new podcast series.
Over 30 years after his death comes Orson Welles’ final film.
Beat poet and Thomas Jane fans will appreciate this more than Keanu fans.
Big Mane Energy.
F is for do yourself a Favor and listen to this episode.
The Immortal Story sure is a short story; whether it’s good or not is another story.
We aren’t really feeling Feeling Minnesota.
Welcome to Orson Welles’ Falstaff Cinematic Universe.
Hey guys, the government is bad; want to see a movie about it?
The podcast comes home in the final episode.
We’ll always know what you listened to last summer… or actually this October. It’s this episode.
Is it We Forgive You vs. Alien vs. Predator or is it We Forgive You forgives Alien vs. Predator?
From the director of Citizen Kane comes another classic, but not without some behind-the-scenes troubles.
On paper, a movie called Chain Reaction starring Keanu Reeves sounds pretty rad, right? Well…
Okay, there’s a lot to get through on the making of this movie, which is standard for a Welles film.
But, I mean, really, what’s the deal with that white horse?
Chappie listen to podcast. Chappie enjoy podcast.
It’s not a literal walk in the clouds, but we all know Keanu Reeves can levitate above us all…
Oh, well(es), this is unfortunate…
Rob Zombie takes a stab at the long-running franchise with his signature ‘white trash’ aesthetic.
We can name the Scottish Play here because it’s Orson Welles’ adaptation of said play — Macbeth!
This episode size is nowhere near 80 gigabytes, but we still want to inject it into your brain.
Goofy Suffers From Depression: The Movie!
There’s a lot of talk of Trading Places in this episode, for good reason!
Finally, it’s the showdown we’ve been waiting for: Michael Myers versus… Busta Rhymes??
You know who shouldn’t be a stranger to you? Orson Welles!
Pop quiz, hotshot. You have to listen to this podcast episode and enjoy it. What do you do?