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Join hosts Aidan Walker and Blake Peterson every Monday for a discussion of films both old and new. Featuring reviews, guests, and specials, Cinemadventure is a podcast for film lovers.

Retrospective Review-The Red Shoes

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake disscuss directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s film “The Red Shoes” from 1948. The boys discuss their anxiety about watching classic films, Aidan fills us in on the original fairy tale, and Blake discusses contemporary film in relation to “The Red Shoes.”

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

I Know Where I’m Going

Black Narcissus

Black Swan

To Catch a Thief

Next week’s movie: Dead Poets Society

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The song that everybody knows from “Swan Lake”

Retrospective Review-My Man Godfrey

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast,  Aidan and Blake discuss Gregory La Cava’s 1936 comedy “My Man Godfrey.” Blake uses some colorful analogies to describe the characters, and Aidan questions Muppet physics.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Rope

Burn After Reading

Twentieth Century

Bringing Up Baby

The Lady Eve

Next week’s movie: The Red Shoes

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My Man Godfrey Blooper Reel

“You Must Remember This” Episode on Carole Lombard

Belly Feat. Hana Tadesse

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake are joined by Hana Tadesse from the Sayless podcast to talk about Hype William’s 1998 film “Belly”. Hana recalls a story about seeing DMX in concert, Blake defends his love of pickles, and Aidan tries to hold the show together.

Listen to Hana on Sayless here

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Hero

Chungking Express

La Haine

The Spirit

Being John Malkovich

Under the Skin

Paid in Full

Juice

Baby Boy

Next week’s movie: My Man Godfrey

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Retrospective Review-White Christmas

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake talk about Michael Cutiz’s 1954 film “White Christmas.” The boys workshop a new title for the film, discuss the problematic nature of the film, and talk about the benefits and drawbacks of tonal shifts. Thank you for joining us for our last episode of 2017! See you next year!

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Singing’ In The Rain

Elf

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

High Society

Next week’s movie: Belly

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Meet next week’s guest, Hana! Listen to SAYLESS

The cast of Spongebob does classic Cinema

Listen to us in our guest appearance on Home Plates!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake vacation in a galaxy far, far, away to discuss the most recent entry into the Star Wars franchise; Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The boys talk spoilers, Star Wars fan vitriol, and how The Last Jedi challenges expectations.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Sahara (1943)

The Bridge on the River Kwai

To Catch A Thief

Forbidden Planet

Barbarella

Next week’s movie: White Christmas

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Retrospective Review-Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake talk about Russ Meyer’s definitive exploitation film “Faster, Pussycat! Kill Kill!” which also happens to be the definitive film of films with difficult names to type. Aidan talks about the suffix “-sploitation,” and Blake raves about the wide influence of exploitation film.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Death Proof

Planet Terror

Kill Bill

El Mariachi

The Doll Squad

Friday Foster

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

Next week’s movie: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Uma Thurman’s chilling quote

 

Lady Bird

On this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, the boys discuss Greta Gerwig’s film “Lady Bird.” Aidan gets inquisitive about Blake’s knowledge of Riverdale, and Blake explains why this film is all about perspective.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Frances Ha

Brooklyn

Freaks and Geeks

The Edge of Seventeen

Easy A

How I Live Now

Next week’s movie: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

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Listen to us on Home Plates December 6th!

Celia Schlekewey’s thoughts on Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig’s notes to musicians

 

Retrospective Review-Suspiria (1977)

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast Aidan and Blake get lost in the electrifying colors and anxiety inducing sounds of Dario Argento’s Giallo film Suspiria. Blake almost gets a new super cool nickname, and Aidan does his best to navigate the strange symbolism of the film.

Movies recommended on this episode:

House (Hausu)

Blue Velvet

Deep Red

Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I have the Key

The Psychic

Next week’s movie: Lady Bird

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Bonus: The adorable cat from “House”

 

Thor: Ragnarok

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, the boys get electrified by the god of thunder as they talk about the most recent installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi. Aidan details the ancient mythological version of Ragnarok, and Blake reveals his obsession with Cate Blanchett.

Movies recommended on this week’s episode:

Flash Gordon

Moonraker

Spider-man: Homecoming

School of Rock

What We Do in the Shadows

Next week’s movie: Suspiria (1977)

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Bonus Goldblum

Gone Girl Feat. Celia Schlekewey

In this episode of the Cinemadventure podcast, Aidan and Blake are joined by film blogger Celia Schlekewey to discuss David Fincher’s Gone Girl. Blake is a merciless monster, Aidan improves his rating, and Celia asks important questions about the correlation between sex drive and bad decisions.

Celia’s film blog

Movies recommended in this episode:

Shutter Island

Mad Max: Fury Road

Double Indemnity

Basic Instinct

The Lobster

Seven

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