Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

A monthly retrospective podcast that profiles the films worth remembering.

Episodes

January 27, 2022 16 min

We just watched Maggie Gyllenhaal's brand new film The Lost Daughter, starring Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson.

The post We Just Watched – The Lost Daughter (2022) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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We're coming live from the WWEN Weather Centre with a look at Gus van Sant's 1995 kinda sorta mockumentary To Die For.

The post Episode 39 – Gus van Sant’s To Die For (1995) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we're taking a long look at a very special film - Martin Bell, Mary Ellen Mark and Cheryl McCall's stunning documentary Streetwise.

The post Special – Martin Bell’s Streetwise (1984) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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October 28, 2021 15 min

We just watched Jonathan Mostow's 1997 desert thriller Breakdown! Join us for the latest episode of the Celluloid Junkies mini-show.

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September 15, 2021 19 min

The Celluloid Junkies are debuting a new weekly show which is short, sharp and fun. We Just Watched is a series of quick discussions about films that we have, you guessed it, just watched.

The post We Just Watched: Elizabeth (1998) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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We're heading out to Reno, Nevada to go Mustanging with three dear, sweet, dead men in John Huston's The Misfits.

The post Episode 38 – John Huston’s The Misfits (1961) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Lock yourself up as we intrude upon your day with a discussion of David Fincher's popcorn movie (not film) Panic Room.

The post Episode 37 – David Fincher’s Panic Room (2002) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Come and join us in the world of darkness this Halloween season as we celebrate William Friedkin's genre-defining 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

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Check your hair and straighten your corsage because we're heading to senior prom as we discuss Brian De Palma's 1976 art house shocker Carrie.

The post Episode 35 – Brian De Palma’s Carrie (1976) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we’re in Little Italy, and we’re going to yell passionately about all things Cher and love and freshly baked bread.

The post Episode 34 – Norman Jewison’s Moonstruck (1987) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Reaganism, a fear of AIDS and the backlash against feminism heightened our reactions to what became "the zeitgeist movie of the decade".

The post Episode 33 – Adrian Lyne’s Fatal Attraction (1987) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Don't pick up strangers, or you could end up like these five unlucky young souls in Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

The post Episode 32 – Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Bring your protest signs and join us in the revolution as we explore Hal Ashby's 1971 comedy-drama Harold and Maude.

The post Episode 31 – Hal Ashby’s Harold and Maude (1971) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we’re deep in the tropics, about to unload our six shooter into William Wyler’s 1940 film adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s play The Letter.

The post Episode 30 – William Wyler’s The Letter (1940) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we're discussing a classic film that pushes the medium beyond the popular arts, Billy Wilder's cynical, lurid masterpiece Sunset Boulevard.

The post Episode 29 – Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard (1950) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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March 29, 2020 73 min

The world outside is scary right now, so sit back, relax and take a ride with us through simpler times with our 2019 year in review.

The post Special – 2019: Our Year In Film first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we wanna talk to you, we wanna shampoo you, and we wanna find some sweet romance with Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right.

The post Episode 28 – Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids Are All Right (2011) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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This month we're embarking on a school excursion to check out a cinematic marvel - Peter Weir's hypnotic 1975 mystery Picnic at Hanging Rock.

The post Episode 27 – Peter Weir’s Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Put on your Liberace records and make sure your ceramic penguins face due south as we tackle Rob Reiner’s 1990 dirty bird Misery.

The post Episode 26 – Rob Reiner’s Misery (1990) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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Join us as we discuss Paul Schrader's unnerving character study First Reformed with the film's producer, Frank Murray.

The post Special – Paul Schrader’s First Reformed (2018) first appeared on Celluloid Junkies.

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