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Arthouse Legends Podcast

Welcome to Arthouse Legends Podcast - Where High Art and Geek Culture Collide! The goal of this podcast is to take a look at critically acclaimed and well-received films and consider if these films truly deserve their revered status in the cultural zeitguest. Using our combined film knowledge, geeky obsessions and general fart jokes, we take a bite out of much-beloved films, sometimes in love, other times in scorn, but never out-of-bounds.

Dec 30, 2014

Have you ever had a movie or show that you were certain was going to be bad turn out to be something you enjoy? MovieDude Eric and Kent have five each that they wish to share in the final episode of 2014. You can find the actual list on the official Arthouse Legends Tumblr and Facebook pages.


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Dec 24, 2014

On this short, extra end-of-year episode of Arthouse Legends, MovieDude Eric pontificates on five worst films of 2014 (according to him).


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Dec 17, 2014

In 1983, provocative filmmaker Bob Clark started a collaboration with author Jean Shepherd to bring several of his acclaimed short stories to the silver screen, the most notable one about a young boy whose obsession for a new air rifle would be the catalyst for comedy. But is this film the best gift under the tree or...

Dec 13, 2014

Arthouse Legends starts the Holiday Season with an episode that will send you though the back of the theater. In 1988, John McTiernan, hot off the success of Predator, set out to his latest action masterpiece, a film that inadvertantly changed the genre forever, casting comedic actor Bruce Willis as the hard-as-nails...

Nov 26, 2014

By the late 80s, John Hughes became one of the biggest comedic filmmakers of the decade. Known mostly for teenage fare, he decided to make a film squared directly at adults starring two of the funniest men of that era, Steve Martin and John Candy, to tell a story of a family man desperate to get home for Thanksgiving...