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Like all good things, including but not limited to raindrops on roses, time-travelling Deloreans, and every single line in Clue, the Love This Movie, Hate This Film podcast must come to an end. That’s right, dear listeners, this will be the last episode of the ole LTMHTF podcast. It’s been 3 years and 37 episodes since two friends decided to make a…
 
What do Jean Claude Van Damme and John Malkovich have in common? Not a heck of a whole lot, however they do both star in movies where they play themselves and their real names are used in the title. The snake represents JCVD’s continued struggle with the vices of fame. This week we’re talking about self-referential movies, and JCVD and Being John M…
 
As a belated nod to International Women’s Day (March 8), this edition of the podcast is all about young, strong – heroic, even – ladies. If you can get past the awkward/misguided attempt to make a gag out of confusing heroine with heroin – oh, the hilarity of homophones! – there’s some good discussion here on why True Grit‘s self-possessed heroine …
 
“No McFly ever amounted to anything in the history of Hill Valley!” “Yeah, well, history is gonna’ change.” It’s our inevitable Back to the Future episode, Future Boys and Girls. After we attempt to make sense of the heavy rules of temporal displacement within the BttF universe, we compare the second and third sequels and end up disagreeing to disa…
 
Left: Watchmen (movie) Right: Watchmen (graphic novel) Going to the movies is kinda like falling in love: Sometimes you’re going to get your heart broken. This has definitely been the case for us with both Zack Snyder’s Watchmen and J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 (among more than a few others, M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN.) So this month, we pinpoint exactly what it w…
 
Celebrate hard. Decks the halls hard. Die Hard. To help you while away your holiday downtime, please join us as we watch Die Hard and provide a little jolly, snarky and trivia-heavy audio commentary. So pop the movie in your DVD player (or hit ‘play’ on VLC), grab some schnappy egg nog and join us! (Seriously, you really need to be watching the mov…
 
We weren’t quite ready to let go of Harry and his magical friends (never let go!), so we went back to Hogwarts for this month’s episode of Love This Movie, Hate This Film. So grab a mug of butterbeer and join us! Going through the first, third and final two instalments of the decade-long series, we discuss the faithfulness (or lack thereof) of the …
 
This is a podcast about movies about movies. It’s kind of like Inception, only with layers of meaning instead of layers of dreams. And monsters. Lots of monsters. Shaun of the Dead effectively launched Simon Pegg’s and Edgar Wright’s feature film careers, and reinvigorated the public’s love affair with slow-moving zombies. The Cabin in the Woods on…
 
With Frederico Fellini’s famous (and famous-scorning) La Dolce Vita and his meta 8 1/2, we focus on two films by the Italian writer-director from the early ’60s—and now we can’t stop speaking in Italian accents. Bellissima! Love This Movie, Hate This Film #29 (44 min.) Topic: Fellini Movies: La Dolce Vita (1960), 8 1/2 (1963)…
 
Who wants to watch a love story when you can watch a non-linear anti-love story? Amiright? This month it’s (500) Days of Summer vs. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, two movies based on relationships that send their lovers through the wringer, with resolutions that are either bittersweet or depressing–depending on how recently you last broke u…
 
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