In this podcast we talk about some other podcasts we’ve been enjoying. The Fitbit Ionic watch. Whats left for Spielberg? Is it ‘The Post’? True Detective SSN 3. We drink an IPA from Garage Brewing Co in Temecula. As usual, we have a good time, and you get to listen along. Thanks!
Its a little bit Thanksgiving-y, its a little bit “sexual assault in Hollywood” talk, a little bit The Post and the past talk. Its a tiny bit about ourselves and even some about Academy awards. Anything goes! Grab a cocktail, maybe some cheeses and meats, and take a listen!
Ok, ok.. Its WAY past halloween… we tried, we failed… We talk about our fav Halloween movies, the John Carpenter live concert, Halloween trivia, and our official WTWF Halloween playlist. Its a howlin’ good time! Grab a beer and give it a listen. Beer of this podcast: Hanson Brothers MmmmHop Pale Ale.
We are back with Ep. #18(…we’ll do #17 later.) talking with our friend CJ about his C-47 art. What is a C-47? Listen to find out! We also talk Stranger Things 2, a NEW Star Wars trio. Trivia and Darryls useless reviews.
What better way to ramp up Halloweens arrival with a screening of Creep 2 in the woods? Also, we check in with locations expert and LA Weekly contributor Jared Cowan about the Tom Petty walk in Studio City. And, Boingo Dance Party in concert in Pasadena!
In this episode we sit down with director Patrick Brice and talk about the Creep franchise, as well as his other directing endeavors. We play a bit of bar trivia and, as always, drink some nice pilsners! Grab yourself a beer and check it out! (1hr, 3m)
Our first Beer-centric podcast! We sit down with our friend William to discuss his passion for making beer, his love of print management software, and the 59 years he spent as a former scientologist. Its educational, funny, and…we drink a lot of beer!
Lots of stuff! We interview Daniel Hopsicker, author of Barry and The Boys – a book aboutt Barry Seal, the subject of a movie we also review, American Made! A trivia rematch with Schwartz! Who wins? And a Star Trek: Discovery review. (V2)
The guys, and their special guest “Schwartz” start things off by drinking a liter each of authentico German Festbier to celebrate Oktoberfest. They have a little fun with some easy movie trivia before diving into the main topic this week: MoviePass! Is it worth it? Diligently, though a bit inebriated, they hammer out the pros and cons of the service. 1hr 20mins.
In this episode we: Watch Tears for Fears and Hall and Oates in concert! (Also, Nathan gets booted from the Staples Center). Monday Night Football has a surprisingly funny commentator. Seeing “IT’ in a 4D theater. We review the films “9/11” and American Assassin. Yet, more John Williams talk. And, lastly, we enjoy a nice refreshing Oktoberfest beer while answering a question about spirits…the alcohol, not the ethereal. (1 hr 5mins)
Over a sixer of hefeweizens the guys talk about the new motion picture adaptation, “It”. They also honor a promise made to Kirk Douglass back in episode 6. Jared gives an answer. Darryls bad reviews. Nathan defends an answer. Ben Gripes. Its all here!
This week the guys welcome guest Jared Cowan of the On Location podcast. We talk legendary film locations. The San Fernando Valley Drive In experience. We rant about lazy ‘tweeters’. Even more Indiana Jones Temple of Doom conversation. Jared even gets played off by an errant theme song cue. Only on this weeks “We Tried. We Failed.”
This week Nathan and Ben, still reeling from a busy TV Series schedule, find time to see Logan Lucky and Annabelle. They also try to widdle down their deadpool bets. Upcoming Hollywood Bowl shows. Superbad turns 10! Ben explains his ideal film adaptation of a classic Stephen King novel. And a whole bunch of other crap. Sit down, grab a drink and listen up!
This week the guys discuss:
The ‘Scaredest’ they’ve ever been. More overnight film work.
Indiana Jones with a live orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl.
The (n)On-going PG-13 Debate. They also review The Dark Tower and Detroit.
The guys barely pull together a podcast despite working two weeks straight on night-shifts at thier current TV show. They talk about the burdens of the shifting hours one must endure on a film-set. Then shift focus to the new David Leitch film, Atomic Blonde. They discuss a few recent concerts they attended, Rooney, Counting Crows and Matchbox 20. And, lastly, Ben also answers Nathans question last week, regarding OJ Simpsons new restaurant plans.
This week the guys reconvene after a three week hiatus to talk about the most anticipated war film in years. They even get into a disagreement about a particular person in the involvement! They also talk about Nine Inch Nails, Marvel, Stephen King, as well as answer questions from last time they were together…even answering the first ever viewer email! Sit down and grab a beer! Enjoy!
In this episode the guys focus on the Spiderman Franchise. In addition to reviewing the newest film, they also compare the three recent iterations of Peter Parker – Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland. They also discuss their newest work project, “The Chances” for Sundance, as well as Wolfman 2, Nathans unintentionally awkward run-in with Marisa Tomei, and their morbid question of the week. Grab a cold beer, take a seat and give it a listen.
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In this episode we talk shop about Netflix and our opinions on its original content. We also review Baby Driver as well as a Nick Cave concert and the Arroyo Seco music festival we attended this past week. The random question from the Jar of (fill in the blank) proves to be the dumbest question asked so far. And, lastly, Nathan gives his answer to last weeks Relevant Question Of The Week. Its a big show, so buckle up!
UPDATED to fix audio tracking problem…we tried…we failed.
The boyos are back and this time they are talking about Tom Cruises new Mummy film, a recent trip to see Roger Waters in concert, and touching on some homemade beer. We hold no spoilers back! Feedback to WTWFPodcast@gmail.com
Meet your hosts, Ben and Nathan. Film industry grips. Movie geeks. They just finished working on a feature film with one of their favorite cinematographers, John Schwartzman, A.S.C. Email us at WTWFPodcast@gmail.com!