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Classic Movie Review

John E. Cornelison

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Join host archaeologist John as he reviews classic movies with his own spin. Using his archeological background, he connects historic, cinematic, genealogical, and current facts to add a dimension to his reviews that will increase your enjoyment of these classic movies. John tells all for movies over 25 years old. He also presents his world-famous short summaries of each classic movie reviewed. These classic movie reviews cover from silents by Charlie Chaplin, classic horror like Dracula (19 ...
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Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

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Classic Movie Musts is a weekly movie podcast that aims to provide artistic and historical context to classic films. Classic Movie Musts is hosted by Max Baril. New episodes release every Friday. Follow @moviemustspod / @maxbarilpods www.classicmoviemusts.com
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Classic Movie Gush

Clay Morgan

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Authors Clay Morgan and Melissa Tagg tend to gush over classic movies from Hollywood's Golden Age. Listen in to learn about some of the greatest films of all time, what made them so legendary, and even the saucy secrets of Tinseltown in the mid-20th century.
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Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
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Coffee & Classic Movies

Coffee & Classic Movies

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Welcome to Coffee & Classic Movies, where husband and wife, Joshua & Karea's pair and share various blends of coffee with some of the greatest movies of all time. Grab your mug or whatever you drink your coffee in and join us every Saturday morning 10 AM EST for new episodes! If you have a coffee/movie you love and would like to share it with us, be free to e-mail us at coffeeandclassicmovies@gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show ...
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We must say goodbye to two more amazinga actors who have passed away recently. Our first film pays tribute to Dabney Coleman, who left us on May 16th, 2024. Under the steady hand of director Colin Higgins, 1980's "9 to 5" created a character that Coleman would play again and again in his career, which spanned over 175 projects! Newly-divorced Judy …
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I Wake Up Screaming (1941) is considered one of the contenders for the first Film Noir. The film follows the murder of a fashion model and the investigation that ensues. The main characters include Frankie Christopher (Victor Mature), Jill Lynn (Betty Grable), and Detective Ed Cornell (Laird Cregar). Another Noir notable in this film is Elisha Cook…
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Send us a Text Message. Whoa, Dude!!! Following our latest classic movie review of Point Break, we discuss our top 5 Keanu Reeves movies. We also do a bonus Top 5 Actors who went on to be in bands, influenced by Keanu, slapping the bass in his band "Dogstar". Please rate and review, share with your friends and visit us on our socials, Reunited Clas…
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This week our journey through the decades brings us to the 1980's! The people have voted and Mike and Justin are reviewing Michael Mann's feature film debut, Thief (Spine #691). However, before that, they talk about the 3 episode premiere of The Boys Season 4, as well as Richard Linklater's Hit Man. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:02:11) - News on the March…
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The second film in our pairing of police comedies, also from 1984, is an example of just how well law enforcement, action, and comedy can be combined! Directed by Martin Brest, "Beverly Hills Cop" follows the story of Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy), a young and newly-minted Detroit Police detective, who is out to make a name for himself, regulations be …
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Join me for a Midi as I dive into "The Fighting 69th" (1940), a stirring World War I drama that explores Cowardice, Bravery, Religion, and Community. Uncover the powerful performances, historical context, and emotional depth of this classic war film. **Reviews Mentioned** **My Links** My Merch - jcornelison.redbubble.com My Site - https://classicmo…
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This week our journey through the decades brings us to the 90's! The people have voted and we're reviewing Robert Altman's The Player (Spine #812). However, before that, they talk about Anyone But You and Inside Out. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:04:13) - News on the March! (00:04:13) - Anyone But You (00:04:23) - Inside Out (Justin's first time watching!…
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This pairing celebrates the tradition of combining law enforcement, action, and comedy with two films, both from 1984! First up, director Hugh Wilson shows us one possible result of relaxing admissions in law enforcement! In "Police Academy," we meet Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg), a constant recipient of law enforcement being given a choice: Jai…
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In an attempt to make things epic, Mike and Justin review the latest entry into the Mad Max-iverse™, Furiosa. Before that they've got lots of News on the March this week as they give their quick, spoiler free thoughts on Challengers, Alex Garland's Civil War and the two-episode premiere of the latest live-action Star Wars series, The Acolyte. Intro…
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Susan Tabashnik, author of four books on Patrick Swayze, discusses his films and his impact on fans. They discuss the movie Road House (1989) and its enduring popularity, as well as the 2024 remake. They also talk about Dirty Dancing (1987) and its themes of love, social class, and coming of age. Sue shares insights and behind-the-scenes stories ab…
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The second film in our pairing honoring Roger Corman is one of eight films done by Corman based on Edgar Allen Poe stories. Directed by Corman and written by Richard Matheson, this story takes the basic premise of Poe's story and spins it off in an original direction! Nicholas Medina (Vincent Price) is a nobleman living in Spain with his sister Cat…
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Send us a Text Message. For our sixth episode of season two, we grab our surfboards and head to the beach with Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze for the 90's classic Point Break. So, are you ready to join us for 100% pure adrenaline, as we recap this cult classic. Please rate and review, share with your friends and visit us on our socials, Reunited C…
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This impromptu pairing is dedicated to Roger Corman, who passed away at the age of 98 on May 9th, 2024. Known as the "King of the B-Picture," Corman was also famous for giving many young actors and directors their first, or breakthrough, opportunities! The first film in our pairing is a cult-favorite that put young actor Jack Nicholson on Hollywood…
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Welcome back! Justin (finally) won the listener poll on Twitter/X, so we're covering Fish Tank, from director Andrea Arnold. However, before that, Mike talks about The Fall Guy and they give their thoughts on Conan O'Brien Must Go. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:05:20) - News on the March! (00:05:20) - Conan O'Brien Must Go (00:05:20) - The Fall Guy (00:14…
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In The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980), a mysterious object disrupts a hunter-gatherer band, leading to a series of comedic and adventurous events. The film explores the clash between nature and human nature, as well as the cultural differences between the Kung San tribe and the modern world. It also touches on the theme of stereotypes. The movie receive…
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“When will they come? When will they come? When will they come and set us free?” Who are “they?” Who are “us?” Free from what? Sheez, so many questions. Join […]Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
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The second film in this pairing pays tribute to another young actor, one who did amazing things and undoubtedly would have gone on to have an incredible career, had he not died of an accidental overdose of sleeping pills and anti-anxiety meds. Directed by Christopher Nolan, "The Dark Knight" was a sequel to "Batman Begins" in 2005, also directed by…
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Send us a Text Message. Following our latest classic movie review of RoboCop, and based on the short lived cartoon of RoboCop from the late 80's, we discuss our top 5 80's cartoons, and also do a bonus Top 10 Cartoon Intro's. Please rate and review, share with your friends and visit us on our socials, Reunited Classic Movie Podcast on Facebook, X (…
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Our pairing this time around is dedicated to actors who left us too soon, and whose promising careers never saw what should have been their end. First up, the actor who did few films but earned not one but two Academy Award nominations for those he did do. James Dean was a rising star on television and in the cinema, but his untimely death just fou…
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In celebration of Star Wars Day (May 4th), Mike & Justin went to theaters to see the 25th Anniversary re-release of Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace! They'll do a deep dive review of the film and, before that, they'll discuss the new Star Wars mini-series Tales of the Empire! Stay tuned to the end of New On The March for a brief Star Wars …
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“It is not heresy … and I will not recant!” But if you don’t recant, you can’t have any pudding. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Bill Mulligan, […]Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
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The second film in our dual-memorium pairing pays tribute to Louis Gossett Jr. in a film that earned him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Directed by Taylor Hackford, 1982's "An Officer and a Gentleman" tells the story of Zack Mayo (Richard Gere), son of a rear admiral who never wanted to be a father. Mayo decides to enlist in the Naval …
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It's another week in our run of Casually Criterion episodes! This week, we're going over Paul Dano's directorial debut, Wildlife. However, first they talk about X-Men '97 and the series finale of The Bad Batch. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:02:30) - News on the March! (00:02:30) - X-Men '97 (00:02:30) - The Bad Batch series finale discussion (00:14:31) - …
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In this conversation, John Cornelison and Russell Guest from Retro Movie Roundtable discuss the film noir movie Leave Her to Heaven (1945). They share their initial thoughts on the movie, the director's background, and the unique elements of the film. They explore the genre of film noir and how it can be seen in different genres. They discuss the p…
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Send us a Text Message. For our fifth episode of season two, we go into the dystopian future/past of the 80's, as we go back to 5th February 1988. So, are you ready to buy this for a dollar, and join us as we recap this cult classic. Please rate and review, share with your friends and visit us on our socials, Reunited Classic Movie Podcast on Faceb…
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This pairing is a dual-memorium pairing for two wonderful actors we've lost recently. First up, we celebrate the life of noted character actor M. Emmet Walsh, who passed away on March 19th, 2024 at the age of 88. With over 230 films to his credit, we've already done a few he was part of. To pay tribute, we turn to one of Jeff's guilty pleasures, a …
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It's another week and yet another Casually Criterion! This week Mike and Justin are discussing Brett Morgen's David Bowie... documentary??... experience??... hootinanny??.... anyways....it's called Moonage Daydream, Criterion Spine #1192. However, before that, they catch back up after finishing the first seasons of Amazon Prime's Fallout and Netfli…
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“Love is stronger than death… even than life.” Hmmm. That sounds like something a vampire might say. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Bill Mulligan, Chad Hunt, and […]Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
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The second film in our pairing of Star Trek movies brings us to 1986, and the fourth film in the franchise! Directed by Leonard Nimoy, this story begins with a strange probe entering Earth's orbit and creating world-wide cloud cover, thus blocking the solar power that provides all the energy for the planet. Only the crew of the Enterprise, includin…
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In this week's Casually Criterion, Mike and Justin head to Manderley to discuss Alfred Hitchcok's Rebecca (1940) Spine#135. However, before that, they venture to the surface to talk Fallout, on Amazon Prime. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:02:13) - News on the March! (00:02:13-0:18:21) - Fallout (first episode) - Rebecca (00:18:21-00:57:21) - Choose the nex…
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Send us a Text Message. Following our latest classic movie review of The Warriors, and based on the awesome Game conversion from Rockstar, based on the movie, released in the PS2 era, we discuss our top 5 movie games. Darran Jones, the editor from Retro Gamer magazine joins us on the guest list this month. So join us, grab your golden joystick and …
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It took us over 400 episodes, but we're finally paying tribute to the longest-running American science fiction franchise, one that has millions of loya followers all over the globe! That's right, it's time to talk about Star Trek! For our first film in the pairing, we're looking at what most Trekkers consider the best film to come out of Trek Lore!…
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“Gaze! Gaze on the fiery cross and return to the darkness of your cold tombs.” That’ll never work. They don’t have ears! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, […]Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
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The second film in our look at 80s horror anthologies has a tragedy at its heart. In 1983's "Twilight Zone: The Movie," directors Joe Dante, John Landis, and George Miller serve up four different stories, written by John Landis, George Clayton Johnson, and Richard and Melissa Matheson. The wrap-around story stars Dan Aykroyd. In the prologue, he an…
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In this conversation, John and Katherine discuss the origins and influence of vampires in literature and film, focusing on Bram Stoker's Dracula and the unauthorized adaptation Nosferatu (1922). They explore the plot and themes of Dracula, including the fear of sickness and the codification of vampire rules. They then delve into the production and …
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We're focusing on horror anthologies for this pairing, with two notable examples from the 1980s! First up, the only collaboration between horror masters Stephen King and George Romero resulted in one of the best horror anthologies ever made. In 1982's "Creepshow," with Romero directing a screenplay written by King, the film begins with its wrap-aro…
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Send us a Text Message. Warriors, come out to plaaaaaaaaayyyyyayyyyyyyy!!! For our fourth episode of season two, we remain in the 70's, as we go back to 10th May 1979, albeit in a dystopian time when gangs were controlling New York City, and dressing up in matching costumes and make up. So, are you ready to soldier, and bop through The Baseball Fur…
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It's another week and yet another Casually Criterion! This week Mike and Justin tap their toes to Bob Fosse's All That Jazz. However, before that, they talk about a couple of new series they've been watching in Shogun and Netflix's 3 Body Problem. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:04:07) - News on the March! (00:04:07-0:27:48) - Shogun - 3 Body Problem - All …
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The second film in our pairing examining the work of director William Friedkin takes place on the other coast from our first. In 1985's "To Live and Die in L.A.," Secret Service agent Richard Chance (William Petersen) loses his long-time partner Jimmy Hart (Michael Greene) after he is killed trying to track down notorious counterfeiter Eric Masters…
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The misfits are sporting their tuxedo t-shirts as they review the 1940 Disney animated musical feature film Fantasia. This film features music by the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski and hosted by Deems Taylor. Ranking: AFI’s 100 Years…100 Movies: 58th AFI’s 100 Years…100 Movies – 10th Anniversary List: Not Ranked All original…
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“Only Angels Have Wings” 1939 takes place in the fictional South American town of Barranca. There is danger, romance, and drama surrounding Barranca Airways a struggling business with fatalistic pilots, money worries, unpredictable weather, few planes, and difficult human relationships. Director Howard Hawks creates excitement much as he did with “…
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