In 2004, Pixar Studios worked with Iron Giant director Brad Bird on his first 3-D animation film known as The Incredibles. The film about a family of superpowered humans quickly became benchmark for both the studio and the budding superhero genre. But does the film deserve the godlike praise it received or should it be forced into obscurity? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris don masks and capes to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:10pm CDT
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In 2017, actor/director James Franco unleashed his most mainstream film to date to South by Southwest Film Festival to near-unanimous acclaim. That film, The Disaster Artist, depicts the wild production of the "Citizen Kane of Bad Movies" known as The Room by focusing on the friendship between the film's director Tommy Weiseau and second lead actor Greg Sistero (played by James and Dave Franco respectively). During the awards season, Franco's performance as well as the film's overall production were garnered for Oscar contention until controversy saw its fortunes wither. But did the film deserve such acclaim to begin with or should it be laughed at alongside its subject? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_209.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 4:17pm CDT
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In 1984, indie filmmaker Jonathan Demme got the cooperation of 80s cult rock band Talking Heads to film their live show at the Pantages Theater. The result is Stop Making Sense, a concert film that elevated the status of both the band and the director though credited ingenuity of presentation, music and aesthetics. But does the film (or the band) deserve the acclaim or should it be burnt down along with the house? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris grab front row seats to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:37am CDT
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Considered one of the greatest comedies of all time, this 1926 silent film starring the legendary Buster Keaton followed a young train conductor who finds himself chasing a group of renegades who have stolen his train and his girlfriend. But does the film achieve true timelessness or does it crash and burn? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

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Direct download: AL_207.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:49am CDT
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In 2015, documentary director Bryan Fogel, in the midst of his own expose on performance enhancing drugs in amateur cycling found himself being brought into a much bigger story when he befriends the head of the Russian lab responsible for drug testing. The result of this would make international news and the Oscar-winning documentary Icarus. Part expose on state sponsored doping, part human drama as the duo try to navigate a bureaucratic labyrinth to both protect the story and the source. But does this doc hit the mark? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:29am CDT
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MovieDude Eric and Chris go back into the art of film critique by discussing the value (or lack thereof) of rewatching films as a means to study their techniques and gaining better understanding.

 

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Direct download: GC_02.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:00am CDT
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In 2015, director Denis Villeneuve, working with actor-turned-screenwriter Taylor Sheridan released Sicario. The film revolving around Emily Blunt playing an FBI agent tasked to work with a shady intelligence officer and his even more mysterious partner in order to take down a malignant druglord while traversing a philosophical minefield about the nature of law and order. The film would garner several Oscar nominations and become a success with audiences as well, but did it deserve such glory or should it be left south of the border? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_204.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:16pm CDT
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In 1963, at the height of the Cold War, director Stanley Kubrick wanted to tell a story about the horrors of nuclear war. In the process, he found the terror to be rather funny. In the end, he opted to tell a dark comedic satire about a crazy American General who jumpstarts a nuclear war and a President who is trying to keep it from happening. The result is one of the most controversial comedies of all time: Dr. Strangelove. But does the film deserve its place in history or should it go up in smoke? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris ride the missile all the way to the end.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:02pm CDT
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In 2017, Director Guillermo Del Toro unveiled his latest homage to classic monster movies called The Shape of Water. Set during the Cold War, a mute cleaning lady working in a government lab forms a bond with a captive merman that leads her to risk everything in order to save him. Winner of the Best Picture Oscar as well as Best Director for Del Toro, does the film earn such acclaim or should it be served with tartar sauce? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:59pm CDT
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In 1982, writer/director John Milius cast and then-relatively unknown Arnold Schwarzenegger as the pulp fiction/comic book hero Conan the Barbarian. Mixing brutal action with a cacophony of philosophical worldviews, the film found itself initially divided by critics yet beloved by moviegoers, which has only been solidified with time. But does the film deserve eternal glory or to be strapped to the Wheel of Pain for eternity? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris are joined by Legends Podcast's Beef and Jonolobster to find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_200.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:16am CDT
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In 1963, fresh off the success of Psycho, director Alfred Hitchcock followed up this unprecedented success with The Birds. Set in a small coastal California town, a San Francisco socialite tries to woo a handsome lawyer only to be hindered by the combined threat of his mother and the onslaught of murderous aviary creatures. But does this film deserve the classic status it received or should it be pecked to death? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris check in to find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_201.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 3:10pm CDT
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In 2002, a mysterious film was unleashed on the world by first-time filmmaker Tommy Wiseau; a melodrama about a good-guy businessman whose world is being torn apart by those around him. After it's release, the film quickly garnered the reputation as being the "worst film ever made". But does the film deserve such harsh criticism? 

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:11am CDT
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In 1986, a new horror icon was released sporting a completely original concept that was both harolded by critics and audiences alike for it's striking performances, state-of-the-art visual effects and razor-sharp direction. Join Eric, Kent & Lobster as they journey deep into the heart of... April Fool's Day.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:10am CDT
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In 2008, director James Nguyen, inspired by Alfred Hitchcock and the documentary An Inconvenient Truth, set out to make a film that would shock and terrify audiences pitting humanity against the natural world seeking vengeance. Two problems: his passion greatly outmatched his skill as a filmmaker, not to mention his shoestring budget. The finished product would be a cult comedy classic that can only be called Birdemic: Shock and Terror.

 

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In 2010, director Gareth Evans, a British filmmaker released an Indonesian extreme action film called The Raid (aka The Raid Redemption in the U.S.). The film focuses on a SWAT team being sent into an apartment highrise controlled by a drug lord only to be ambushed with no backup. The film's action sequences became the new standard internationally and its stars/stunt coordinators were overnight sensations. But does the film deserve such acclaim or should it be hacked to pieces by a rusty machete? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_199.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:22pm CDT
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On this episode of Fan/Art, MovieDude Eric and special guest Michelle take a look at the much-anticipated A Wrinkle in Time starring Oprah Winfrey and Chris Pine based on the classic sci-fi novel. While audiences and critics have been panning the film since its release, this podcast looks to see if it meets the needs of the geek fanbase and if perhaps those critics might be overlooking something.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:52pm CDT
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In 2013, Joel and Ethan Coen return to their indie musical roots with Inside Llewyn Davis. Set in the early 1960s folk music scene in New York, the film revolves around a down-on-his-luck singer as he tries to manage his deteriorating life and career. The film won awards on the festival scene and even got some love for its soundtrack. But does the film deserve that love or should it be left on the side of the highway in a blizzard? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Christ find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_198.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:27pm CDT
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Introducing a new series of discussions between film enthusiasts and reviewers MovieDude Eric and Chris about the fine art of film analysis titled Geek Critique. In this episode, they discuss their history of reviewing films, different approaches to looking at films and the difference between critical reviews and creating a dialogue regarding film.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:00am CDT
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In 2009, arthouse auteur Wes Anderson decided to transition from making adult-themed live action films in order to create a stop motion animated film based on Roald Dahl's children's book, Fantastic Mr. Fox. Utilizing an a-list cast including George Clooney and Meryl Streep about a family of foxes trying to survive a trio of angry farmers bent on exacting revenge. But does the film deserve the Oscar nomination and the revival of Anderson's career or should it have died in a trashcan behind a Chinese restaurant? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_197.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:00am CDT
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Introducing a new show on Arthouse Legends: Fan/Art. This is the show where current pop culture films are looked at by one film enthusiast and one fervent geek culture fan to see if that film meets the satisfaction of both camps. This episode will be discussing 2018's Marvel Film, Black Panther. See if these two worlds align in harmony or collide!

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:28am CDT
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In 1976, legendary filmmaker Sidney Lumet, fresh off his highly acclaimed Dog Day Afternoon, took on one of the most audacious screenplays ever scripted by Oscar-winner Paddy Chayefsky called Network. The film, a sharp satire about a down-on-his-luck news anchor who sets off a chain of events that seemed far-fetched at the time yet seemingly prophetic as the film entered the new millennium. But does the film deserve the many Oscar nominations (and wins for acting and writing) or should it be given a public execution? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris tune in to find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:49pm CDT
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MovieDude Eric looks at the 90th Annual Academy Awards Nominations and gives his picks and possible winners.

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Category:Commentary -- posted at: 10:00am CDT
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In 1997, actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck tapped friend Kevin Smith and Miramax Films to produce their original screenplay Good Will Hunting about a young troubled math prodigy who is assigned to a gruffy psychologist to keep him out of jail. The film would go on to be one of the most nominated films that year, winning two for the screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Robin Williams. But does the film deserve such apples or should it be thrown into Boston Harbor? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris see about the movie to find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_195.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:26pm CDT
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In 2005, African American auteur John Singleton helped a young filmmaker named Craig Brewer to get his first feature film, Hustle & Flow, filmed and screened at Sundance. The film depicts a Memphis pimp whom with the aid of a schoolyard friend and other acquaintances puts together a last-ditch effort to become a new hip hop sensation. What started off as a festival favorite turned into critical sensation and eventually an Oscar contender for Brewer, star Terrence Howard and Oscar Winners Three 6 Mafia for their song. But does the film deserve the glory or should it be turning tricks out of a busted Cadillac? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_194.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:15pm CDT
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MovieDude Eric discusses his take on the twenty best films of 2017. 

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:58pm CDT
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At the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, a little indie romantic comedy challenged critics and audiences alike called Secretary. The film follows a troubled young woman who gets a job as a secretary for an eccentric attorney that eventually brings out a disturbing side in both of them. Considered still to be one of the fairest look at BDSM, the film is a precursor to the Fifty Shades craze yet never found more than a small cult following. But does it deserve better or should it bend over and get a deserved punishment? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_193.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:05am CDT
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In 1993, director Harold Ramis reteamed with comedy superstar Bill Murray to tackle a tricky comedy premise that would eventually go on to be modern classic: Groundhog Day. Murray plays a weatherman stuck in small Pennsylvania town during the titular day over and over again despite the many ways he tries to break out of it. But does the film deserve such acclaim or does it need to be forgotten by time? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:00am CDT
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In 1996, comedian/director Ben Stiller and writer/producer Judd Apatow teamed with the biggest comedy name of the the decade Jim Carrey to make The Cable Guy. The film, a sharp, twisted satire about a down-on-his-luck everyman who befriends his television cable installation technician and quickly begins to regret it. The film, which divided critics and befuddled fans of Carrey, has slowly found a group of defenders yet still hasn't been vindicated. But does it deserve such vindication or should it be shut off? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris tune in to find out.

 

Music: "Poofy Reel" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Direct download: AL_191.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:42am CDT
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In 1994, writer/director team Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich created their first epic called Stargate about a wormhole that transports a special forces team to a distant planet inhabited by a race of primitive humans and their alien overlords. While the film itself bombed in the box office, it developed a fan base which was cultivated in a long-running television show. But does the film itself deserve more from the critics or did they rightfully sent it to King Tut? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.

 

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 8:00am CDT
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In 2012, The Trost Brothers with a budget under $50,000 made a post-apocalyptic parody where turf wars are fought through a Dance Dance Revolution knockoff. While the film was panned by critics, it developed a small cult following. But does the film deserve such a following or should it be played off? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris tag in to find out.

 

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Direct download: AL_189.mp3
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Another year has come and gone and the Arthouse Legends gang is looking back at the year in movies discussed and give some arbitrary awards to some deserving (and undeserving) films.

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:23pm CDT
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