Cine-Rama Podcast Episode 3: Indiana Friggin’ Jones

You always knew some day we’d come walking back through your door. In this first format-breaking episode Christian and Keith talk about the release of the Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull trailer, as well as all things Indiana Jones related. We’re joined for this two-fisted recording by Heath “They Call Me Double-H” Holland of the Geek Brunch podcast. So sit back, plug in your headphones, and most importantly, COVER YOUR HEART!

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Links:
Geek Brunch – Heath’s Podcast
Official Indiana Jones site
Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull @ imdb.com

Episode 3: Indiana Friggin’ Jones

 

You always knew some day we’d come walking back through your door. In this first format-breaking episode Christian and Keith talk about the release of the Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull trailer, as well as all things Indiana Jones related. We’re joined for this two-fisted recording by Heath “They Call Me Double-H” Holland of the Geek Brunch podcast. So sit back, plug in your headphones, and most importantly, COVER YOUR HEART!

You are listening to an archive episode of The Cinematic Misfits Podcast, originally titled The Cine-rama Podcast.

Cine-Rama Podcast Episode 2: Cloverfield, Breakfast At Tiffany’s and Caveman

KC and CK take a quick look at Netflix’s On Demand service, a review of Cloverfield as well as, Keith’s views on Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Christian looks at Caveman.

Christian’s challenge to Keith – Across The Universe
Keith’s challenge to Christian – Old Boy

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Next review: There Will Be Blood

Cine-Rama Podcast Episode 1: Top Ten Films of 2007

KC and CK introduce themselves, the podcast, talk about their top ten favorite films of 2007 and of course, they talk about the worst/most disappointing films of the year.

Keith’s Challenge to Christian: Caveman
Christian’s Challenge To Keith: Breakfast At Tiffany’s

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Episode 2: Cloverfield, Breakfast At Tiffany’s and Caveman

 

Keith Cunningham and Christian Kocinski take a quick look at Netflix’s On Demand service, a review of Cloverfield, as well as, Keith’s views on Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Christian looks at Caveman. Christian’s challenge to Keith – Across The Universe Keith’s challenge to Christian – Old Boy Next review: There Will Be Blood

You are listening to an archive episode of The Cinematic Misfits Podcast, originally titled The Cine-rama Podcast.

 

Movie Noise 16: Cloverfield (2008)

Cloverfield (2008)

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Question about Cloverfield

The more I see of this movie, the more the question comes to my mind: Is Cloverfield an Americanized version of The Host?

I’ve been avoiding as many spoilers as I can and I am relying just on the trailers that I see on TV and on the Web. It seems like there is a monster on the loose and a simultaneous plot about a disease of some sort. The big difference that I see is in the heroes of the story. The heroes of Cloverfield look like a bunch of pretty hipsters, while the heroes of The Host were a lot more unpretty and unhip.

Still, I will be there on January 18th and if I can, I will record a spoiler free podcast about the movie later that night.

Episode 1: Top Ten Films of 2007

 

Keith Cunningham and Christian Kocinski introduce themselves, talk about their top ten favorite films of 2007, and of course, they talk about the worst/most disappointing films of the year. Keith’s Challenge to Christian: Caveman, Christian’s Challenge To Keith: Breakfast At Tiffany’s.

You are listening to an archive episode of The Cinematic Misfits Podcast, originally titled The Cine-rama Podcast.

Movie Noise No. 15 – Perfume, The Story of A Murderer

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New Site

OK, now that I have moved all of the posts into the new site, I will get around to reviewing some more movies. Don’t forget to let me know what you think of the new digs and also suggest some movies. I have a huge Netflix queue, but I’m always on the lookout for some new stuff.