This time around Ben talks about Jordan Peele's use of Luniz - I Got 5 On It in his latest horror movie, Us (starring Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke) and Daryl tells of how this song got him into trouble with in court.
On this episode we cover John Landis' comedy misfire, Into the Night, starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Jeff Goldblum, Dan Aykroyd, Irene Papas and Richard Farnsworth. We bathe half naked in the golden hour with Jessica Alba and Paul Walker in, Into the Blue, AND survive in the woods with Evan Rachel Wood and Ellen Page in, Into the Forest.
01:14 - Into the Night
31:12 - Into the Blue
56:30 - Into the Forest
On next week's Deeper episode we discuss the director's cut of the French classic, Betty Blue for a Patreon supporter!
After last week's QUICK triple bill, Ben is reporting on Jan de Bont's duo of action flicks. The classic Speed (1994) which stars Keanu Reeves (yeah... that bloke from John Wick... what of it?), Sandra Bullock and Dennis Hopper.
Oh... and Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997), which stars Sandra Bullock, Jason Patrick, Willem Dafoe and UB40.
Next week's INTO triple bill episode features Into the Night, Into the Blue and Into the Forest.
This time around we cover Bill Murray's only directorial feature in which he stars with Gena Davis and Randy Quaid in Quick Change. Daryl goes nuts over Sam Raimi's bonkers western, The Quick and the Dead, which stars Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Russell Crowe, Leonardo DiCaprio, Lance Henriksen and Keith David. Oh... and we cap the episode with a review of the South Korean Action Comedy, Quick!
04:21 Quick Change
24:23 The Quick and the Dead
On next week's Deeper episode Ben reports on the awesomeness of Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves' Speed... oh... and Speed 2: Cruise Control.
Today's Deep Cuts episode sees Jeanette report on the soundtrack to Danny Boyle's maligned romantic comedy, A Life Less Ordinary (starring Ewan McGregor, Cameron Diaz, Delroy Lino, Holly Hunter and Stanley Tucci).
Following on a similar theme to our The Saint and Batman Forever episodes. Great soundtrack... not-so-great movie.
After covering a triple bill of FREE movies last week, Jeanette reports on the most expensive movies ever made. Highlights include, Pirates of the Caribbean, John Carter, The Hobbit, Avatar and Waterworld!
Next week's triple bill episode covers the word QUICK, and we'll be covering Quick Change, The Quick and the Dead and Quick!
This time around we go to the plains of Africa and raise a lion cub in Born Free, feel mixed emotions while watching the 1993 flick, Free Willy and cap our episode with Ben Wheatley's awesome, action comedy, Free Fire (starring Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley, Jack Reynor, Cillian Murphy, Sam Riley, Noah Taylor, Babou Ceesay, Michael Smiley and Enzo Cilenti).
Next week Jeanette goes from FREE to the most expensive movies in the history of the world... ever!
On our latest Sudden Double Deep Cuts, Daryl reports on the soundtrack to Val Kilmer vehicle, The Saint (1997).
On this episode, Daryl takes a stab at his favourite cinematic murder, the shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960). Starring Janet Leigh, Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, Martin Balsam and John Gavin.
Next week we're covering a triple bill of films with FREE in the title. Born Free, Free Willy and Free Fire!
This time around we cover Alfred Hitchock's Dial M For Murder, in which the classy Grace Kelly gets wrongly accused of a crime (spoiler alert... its murder). We scratch our heads at the "based on true events" story of Murder in the First (starring Kevin Bacon, Christian Slater, Gary Oldman, William H. Macy, Brad Dourif and R. Lee Ermey). Then we gush over another fantastic piece of Korean cinema, Bong Joon-ho's Memories of a Murder.
03:16 - Dial M For Murder
33:11 - Murder in the First
58:10 - Memories of a Murder
On next week's Deeper episode, Daryl takes a stab at his favourite cinematic murder. The shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 classic Psycho.
On this Deeper episode we're talking about the incredible, Brian DePalma Rock musical, Phantom of the Paradise, which was picked by one of our Patreon patrons!
Phantom of the Paradise stars Jessica Harper, Paul Williams, William Finley, Gerrit Graham, Archie Hahn, George Memmoli and Rod Serling.
This time around we throw down with Troy Duffy's cult classic, The Boondock Saints (Starring Willem Dafoe, Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flannery and Billy Connolly). We reflect on our sad, grimy pasts in A Guide to Recognising Your Saints (starring Shia La Beouf, Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Melonie Diaz, Chazz Palminteri, Dianne Wiest, Eric Roberts and Robert Downey Jr.). Finally, we delve back into 1980's New York and a messy mix of dramatic themes in 10,000 Saints (Starring Asa Butterfield, Hayley Steinfeld, Avan Jogia, Ethan Hawke, Emily Mortimer and Emile Hirsch).
01:09 - The Boondock Saints
25:32 - A Guide to Recognising Your Saints
50:58 - 10,000 Saints
Next week's Deeper episode was picked by one of our Patreon supporters. We'll be covering Brian DePalma's Rock musical, Phantom of the Paradise!
After last week's CRY triple bill, Ben does a report on a Korean horror masterpiece, Na Hong-jin's The Wailing (which you can totally find on UK Netflix btw)
Next week's episode covers a triple bill of movies with SAINTS in the title. The Boondock Saints, A Guide to Recognising Your Saints and 10,000 Saints.
This time around we become drug mules for the Italian exploitation gangster flick, Cry of a Prostitute (Starring Henry Silva and Barbara Bouchet). Our second pick is John Waters' "other" period-set musical, Cry-Baby (Starring Johnny Depp, Amy Locane, Traci Lords, Ricki Lake and Iggy Pop) We close the episode with Kimberly Peirce's potent retelling of the murder of trans man Brandon Teena, Boys Don't Cry (Starring Hilary Swank, Chloë Sevigny, Peter Sarsgaard and Brendon Sexton III).
01:40 - Cry of a Prostitute
19:45 - Cry-Baby
47:00 - Boys Don't Cry
Next week's Deeper episode is Korean horror masterpiece, The Wailing!
How I Broke, and Botched the Brandon Teena Story - Donna Minkowitz
After last week's ADVENTURE triple bill we decided to revisit what is probably the greatest adventure film of all time, Raiders of the Lost Ark. Directed by Steven Spielberg, written by George Lucas, scored by John Williams and starring Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, and obviously, the awesome Karen Allen as Marion Ravenwood.
Next week's CRY triple bill features an Italian gangster flick, Cry of the Prostitute, John Waters' Cry-baby and the Kimberly Peirce's award winning, Boys Don't Cry.
This time around we get swept up with Gene Hackman in the 1970s disaster classic, The Poseidon Adventure, go searching for Pee-wee Herman's stolen bike in Pee-wee's Big Adventure (starring Paul Reubens and directed by Tim Burton) and go time travelling with two airheads in the cult 80s flick, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (starring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and George Carlin).
01:15 - The Poseidon Adventure
32:21 - Pee-wee's Big Adventure
56:00 - Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
Next week's Deeper episode will cover possibly the greatest adventure of all time with Raiders of the Lost Ark, starring Harrison Ford and Karen Allen, directed by Steven Spielberg and scored by John Williams!
After last week's Factory triple bill we decided to go deeper with a film actually set in a factory, Kinky Boots (2005). Starring, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Joel Edgerton, Nick Frost, Sarah-Jane Potts, Jemima Rooper and Linda Bassett.
Next week's Adventure triple bill episode features The Poseidon Adventure, Pee Wee's Big Adventure and Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure!
On this episode we cover the classic, musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) which stars Gene Wilder as an eccentric madman, Willy Wonka, who lures in and kills horrible children in a variety of industrial accidents. Then we discuss the Steve Buscemi directed prison drama, Animal Factory, starring Edward Furlong, Willem Dafoe, Danny Trejo, Tom Arnold and Mickey Rourke. Finally we stare in despair as Sienna Miller portrays Andy Warhol "Factory Girl", Edie Sedgwick, which also stars Guy Pearce, Hayden Christensen, Mena Suvari and Jimmy Falon.
05:07 - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
41:45 - Animal Factory
1:09:06 - Factory Girl
Next week's Deeper episode is Kinky Boots!
We are super excited to announce our Patreon. For as little as $3 a month you can have access to our exclusive new spin-off show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts. Once a month (at least) we'll be discussing our favourite movie soundtracks, scores and theme songs.
You can find us over on Patreon at patreon.com/sddfilmpodcast where the first two episodes of Sudden Double Deep Cuts are available now.
Daryl's triple bill birthday pick is WITHOUT and he started with the James Dean classic, Rebel Without a Cause (1955), the unnerving, French horror, Eyes Without a Face (1960) and Japan's unrelenting, merciless answer to The Godfather, Kinki Fukusaku's Battles Without Honor and Humanity (1973).
01:13 - Rebel Without a Cause
35:26 - Eyes Without a Face
58:03 - Battles Without Honor and Humanity
Next week, our Deeper episode gives you a taste of our Patreon exclusive show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts where we explore our favourite soundtracks, scores and theme songs from the movies.
Hello you lot and welcome to Sudden Double Deeper!
Linking back to one of our Christmas episodes, Daryl picked Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance for his first birthday episode. The sequel to the movie that helped inspire Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill. This beast of a cult classic features the awesome Meiko Kaji as a trained killer out for more than just revenge.
Ben's triple bill pick all feature the word DRIVE. We get up to hi-jinx with Corey Haim and Corey Feldman in License to Drive (1988), forget who we are with Laura Harring and Naomi Watt's in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001) AND swoon at Ryan Gosling's scorpion jacket in Nicholas Winding Refn's neon noir, Drive (2011)
00:58 - License to Drive
23:00 - Mulholland Drive
59:36 - Drive
Next week, Daryl has picked Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (Starring Japanese cult film legend Meiko Kaji) as his first birthday episode. Also... it's his actual birthday... and Valentine's Day, so maybe drop us that review!
For Ben's birthday pick we're talking about the Coen Brother's classic, The Big Lebowski, starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, Tara Reid, Flea, John Turturo, Philip Seymour Hoffman, David Thewlis and Sam Elliot!
This episode was recorded like... two weeks before the weird Jeff Bridges teaser for that Stella, Superbowl commercial. This was all just some crazy, cosmic convergence, man.
On our MOON triple bill we caught Peter Bogdanovitch's Paper Moon, Milos Forman's Andy Kaufman biopic, Man on the Moon (starring Jim Carrey, Danny DeVito and Courtney Love) and Duncan Jones' debut feature, Moon (starring the now Academy Award winning Sam Rockwell).
02:02 - Paper Moon
33:16 - Man on the Moon
59:07 - Moon
Next week we cover Ben's birthday pick, The Big Lebowski. Because the Coen Brothers are awesome, Jeff Bridges is The Dude and The Dude abides!
Jeanette's birthday pick is director Neil Marshall's second movie (after Dog Soldiers), The Descent. He's since directed episodes of Game of Thrones, Hannibal, Westworld, Lost in Space, Black Sails and Constantine. He's also directing the reboot of Hellboy, which is due out later this year!
Next week features a MOON triple bill. Paper Moon, Man on the Moon and er... Moon!