• Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    Regular hosts Haitch and Jason welcome Emmy winning producer/director Rob Schroeder and the writer of their new movie Ultrasound, Conor Stechschulte. We consider frequent Denis collaborator Jake Gyllenhaal in the movie that launched his career, 2001’s emo high school time travel CLASSIC, Donnie Darko.

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  • Dune

    Dune

    Haitch and Jason interviewed Denis Villeneuve himself, on the Mill Valley Film Festival Red Carpet. Hear Denis’ deep insights into the new movie as well as our SPOILER FREE reactions to seeing the film. Do not miss this episode!

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  • The Thing

    The Thing

    Haitch and Jason are joined by visual effects legend from Industrial Light and Magic, Lorelei David. On this episode, we conclude our John Carpenter Triple Feature, as his collaboration with Kurt Russell reaches its apex, with their 1982 horror paranoia masterpiece, The Thing.

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  • Escape from New York

    Escape from New York

    We are joined by the creator of Netflix’ The End of the F#%@ing World and I Am Not OK with This and co-host of hit podcast Bat & Spider, Chuck Forsman, and by co-host of the Cinenauts podcast and Dune Pod graphic artist, Ctcher.

    On this episode, we continue our John Carpenter Triple Feature, with his 1981 classic dystopian sci-fi action movie that catapulted Kurt Russell’s career, Escape from New York.

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  • Prince of Darkness

    Prince of Darkness

    Haitch and Jason are joined by host/producer of the hit podcasts 70mm and The Letterboxd Show, Slim. On this episode, we kick off our John Carpenter triple header with his 1987 slept upon science vs. religion vs. demons thriller, Prince of Darkness!

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  • Face/Off

    Face/Off

    Haitch and Jason are joined by host/producer of the hit podcast Cinenauts, Ian de Borja as well as special surprise guest and host/producer of the amazing podcast Film Hags, Sophie Shin. On this episode, Ian and Sophie give us a spoiler free review of having seen Dune (2021) and interviewing Denis!! Plus we talk the bonkers sci-fi action film, Face/Off!

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  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

    Haitch and Jason are joined by the creator of the hit new podcast On Lynch, McKenzie Wilkes. On this episode we go deep into David’s Lynch’s 2001 dark masterpiece, Mulholland Drive. We cover the power of art to transform you, wrestling with the male gaze, and learning to be OK with not knowing what the hell is going on in this movie (or this life?)

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  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

    Haitch and Jason are joined by the co-founder of Twitter, Biz Stone. We jump straight into the belly of the whale, with Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. We go deep on our love for Star Trek (sorry not sorry), and cover the deep ecological themes of the film, including the excesses of the boomers.

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  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner

    ★★★★★

    Haitch and Jason are joined by by the co-founder and CTO of Slack, Cal Henderson. We complete our Ridley Scott doubleheader, with his 1982 masterpiece, the greatest science fiction film of all time? Question mark? Blade Runner. We cover the power of production design, debate whether Deckard is a replicant (again), and make the biggest announcement in show history!

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  • Alien

    Alien

    ★★★★★

    Haitch and Jason are joined by the producer of the outstanding documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, Stephen Scarlata. We kickoff our Ridley Scott doubleheader, with his 1979 sci-fi masterpiece, Alien. Stephen breaks down how this film was directly born from the ashes of Jodorowsky’s Dune and we continue to worship its magnificence.

    Alien is 'as good as Star Wars' per Haitch.

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  • Batman

    Batman

    Haitch and Jason are joined by the CEO of Glitch, and noted Prince historian, Anil Dash. We discuss the movie that changed geek culture forever, Tim Burton’s Batman (1989). Anil gives us a DETAILED history of Prince’s career and the groundbreaking legacy of his Batman soundtrack, and we relive powerful moments from our youth.

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  • Source Code

    Source Code

    Haitch and Jason are joined by housing activist and commuter train enthusiast, Ed Parillon. We discuss Jake Gylenhaal and Duncan Jones’ mind bending time travel thriller, Source Code. We cover complex storytelling, fun coup stories, and completely disagree about what happened in this movie.

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