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Episode 111: Hang dong

We have a brief 50 Hour Slam wrap up, and review Scarlet Johansson’s “Ghost in the Shell”.

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Episode 110: Juan is an idiot

Peter Grabicki stops in to guest host, and talk about the journey of a film student. We then review the newest entry into the X-Men Franchise, “Logan” starring Hugh Jackman.

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Episode 109: Nude Photos and Taco Tuesday

We are joined by Talent Agent Anne Mitchell of MAM Artists as we talk about the role of a talent agent, and then review our Netflix Roulette for “Short Term 12.”

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Episode 108: Oops I forgot the title

Director Larry Pedrson and his actress Aubrey Shimek Davis join us to discuss his film project “Denizen’s Choice.” We then discuss our Netflix Roulette for “Tinker Tailor Solider Spy.”

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Episode 107: A Coked-Out Werewolf

We are joined by director Jesse James Hennessy and actor Wes Deitrick to talk about his various film projects, including “Night of the Witch” and “Final Blow.”

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Episode 106: You were like a monster, without a truck

Amy McCoy from House of Pop visits to speak about the Spokane Smiles Project, and “The Garageland Chronicles.” We also review our Netflix roulette for “The Fundementals of Caring.”

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Episode 105: The Amish are hardworking people

We welcome local singer/songwriter Christy Lee onto the Podcast to discuss the music scene in Spokane, and the creation of her upcoming music video for her original song “Baby Give In.” Then we review “La La Land.”

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Episode 104: The plot to kill Gretchen Mol

We review “Rogue One” and “Manchester by the Sea.” Obviously this takes a turn for the nerdy, then it take a turn for the worst. Listen on iTunes

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Episode 103: Brandon McNuggle

Filmmaker Rebecca Cook returns to the podcast to tell us about her film entry into the 100 Hour Film Challenge. Then we review the movie “Arrival” starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner. Listen o [...]

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Episode 102: Gremlin-weiner-thingys

We welcome Washington Filmworks Amy Lillard and Don (I forget his last name, or title) to the Podcast as we review Kevin Smith’s “Yoga Hosers.”

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Episode 101: We actually do film projects

A run down of Spokane Film Project events and film projects, as well as a discussion of aspects of creative events happening within the podcast host’s current work.

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Episode 100: Kevin Costner’s best performance since Tin Cup

A bunch of guys talking about super hero movies for way too long, while one sings the praises of Batman V Superman, and we dish on Captain America Civil War.

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Episode 99: What does it have to do with Tom’s bladder

We give a wrap up for Film Day in Washington, give the shortest review ever to “Silence of the Lambs” and discuss controversy at the Oscars.

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Episode 98: SpIFF 2016 – Filmmaker’s Panel

We join the SpIFF bandwagon, and feature the Filmmaker’s Panel hosted by Dan Webster. Also featuring Jamie Junction in her podcast debut!

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Episode 97: Rumble in the Bronx is the best Tarantino film

We are joined by artist Manny Trembley to discuss his 6th Kickstarter “Little Prometheus.” We also review Quentin Taratino’s “Hateful Eight.”

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Episode 96: J.J. Abrams raped my 30’s

We start with a timely discussion of “Lost” and “Breaking Bad.” We then dive into a review of Jennifer Lawrence's “Joy” which leads us into many tangents, including a discussion of “Read [...]

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Episode 95: Kylo Ren just wants music to be free

We give an update on Spokane Film Project's current projects, and geek out with all things Star Wars The Force Awakens. Listen on iTunes.

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Episode 93: Boobies

A major Spokane weather event inspires us to geek out and talk WAY too much about James Bond and comic book movies. Watch out ladies!

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Episode 92: Music of the Spheres

The “Music of the Spheres” producer and director join us again to update us on the release of the first season, discuss the technology behind the series, and complain about producers.

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Episode 91: Steve Job’s Baby Mama

Juan gives us an update on his Z Nation episode. And we review Danny Boyle’s “Steve Jobs.”

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