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Will you take the red pill or the blue pill as we kick off our December series looking at The Matrix franchise? Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne lead the cast of this landmark late 1990s. Which remains both timely and a product of its time. In this kick-off episode, Josh and Caless (of Feelin Film Podcast; https://bit.ly/ffilmpod) discuss Y2K fe…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2021's Censor to see what will stare back. Todd Densmore, from Fox Paw Productions (https://bit.ly/ag12guest), joins us to talk about his own films. While also addressing the need for personal versus corporate censorship within art, the impact of unresolved trauma and much more. Music for this episode comes courtesy …
 
Grab your proton pack and the keys to the echo one because they are back...sort of. That's right, Ghostbusters. Who ya gonna call with this long-awaited sequel. Josh and Allen navigate through the origins of connection to the franchise, the mental health of legacy, Stranger Things theories and much more. Just in case you haven;t seen the movie, che…
 
We’re once again keeping anime on the mind as we dive deeply into the nuisance of the movie Promare in this mostly spoiler free podcast. We not only discuss the artistic achievements of this latest creation from Trigger but also look at its emotional impact. Promare is a roller coaster of a film that speaks to not only the LGBTQ community directly …
 
We've come to find out if Prisoners of the Ghostland is worthy of high praise. The latest film from Nicolas Cage, which you now stream exclusively on Shudder, maybe "the wildest movie" Cage has ever made. Or at least according to him. Journey with us as we navigate the Ghostland to test Cage's claim, the behind-the-scenes of the movie, the mental h…
 
In this riveting second chapter of Matthew A. Basile's Fear saga, the emotion selfishness may have put all of existence at risk. The emotion Fear may be the only one who can save the day. If you missed the first chapter, check it out here: https://bit.ly/Vicep374. The cast features Gabe Castro as Love, Valarie Stack Dodge as Luna, Cam Smith as Fear…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2004's Night Watch to see what will stare back. Join us as we navigate Josh's desire to view Underworld, the confusing narrative of this Russian horror movie, the battle between destiny and free will and much more. Music for this episode comes courtesy of Kevin MacLeod (https://bit.ly/agktheme) & Purple Planet (https…
 
We travel to the foundations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a discussion on Eternals. Captain Nostalgia is joined by Allen and Devon from You Have to Watch This Podcast (https://bit.ly/310guest) to discuss what the Eternals mean for the future of the MCU. Along with understanding community, what those post credits mean, the importance of Chlo…
 
We’re keeping anime on the mind as we dissect the Astro Boy anime franchise. We examine all three incarnations and how they compare to one another. We also discuss how they are a perfect example of what sets anime apart. Follow us as we trace the evolvement of anime and the special qualities that make it stand out. We also get real about the raw em…
 
We've come to find out if Army of One is worthy of high praise. The bizarre 2016 biopic that places Nic Cage in the role of a man who has been told by God to hunt down Osama Bin Laden. This movie is insane in just about every way you could imagine and just might be the weirdest Nic Cage movie we've come across thus far. Join us as we discuss the we…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of this year's Salem Horror Fest to see what will stare back. Join us as we sit down with Christopher Bickel, the writer and director of Bad Girls. Plus we are also sit down with actor and co-writer Devin Das and director and co-writer Josh Wallace from Keeping Company. Music for this episode comes courtesy of Kevin Mac…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of this year's Salem Horror Fest to see what will stare back. Join us as we navigate through the depths of independent cinema with reviews of Brain Death, What Happens Next Will Scare You, Cockazoid, 6:45, Two Witches, Snapper, Landlocked, Driver, Father of Flies, Fire on the Mountain, Verified, Alone with You, Bad Girl…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2021's Halloween Kills to see what will stare back. Andy Marvra, co-host of Love What I Love (https://bit.ly/385guest), joins us to discuss the latest juggernaut of Michael Myers. Follow us as we navigate the latest trilogy from David Gordon Green and what this chapter means for the overarching story as well. Find ou…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1988's Child's Play to see what will stare back. Jagger, from The Box Network (https://www.twitch.tv/the_boxnetwork), joins Mark and Josh to discuss the slasher scene within the late 80s, how impressionable children are, the foundation of Chucky and much more. Music for this episode comes courtesy of Kevin MacLeod (h…
 
Rev up your chainsaws, LeatherFam because we are talking about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake from 2003. Mark and Josh are joined by miniature painters and podcasters, Miniac (https://www.youtube.com/user/SDubist) & Ninjon (https://www.youtube.com/user/82Smallz). The two are also hosts of the Trapped Under Plastic Podcast (https://www.youtube.c…
 
Welcome to Hourglass Cinema; a variety show from Victims and Villains. On this episode we're sitting down with one of the hosts of Horror Movie Night (04:37, http://hmnpodcast.com/), EEEEK Coffee (30:23, https://www.eeeekcreaturecafe.com/) and Shoshana Rosenbaum, the director behind Night Waking (40:13). Catch Horror Movie Night LIVE on our Twitch …
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2021's The Old Ways to see what will stare back. The film’s writer, Marcos Gabriel joins us to discuss the film’s use of trauma, addiction and recovery. Along with some of its more horrifying imagery and breaking exorcism predictions. Plus, find out how Kermit the Frog is at the center of everything. Music for this e…
 
Grab your lashes and bible because we're talking about The Eyes of Tammy Faye on this monumental episode celebrating 400 episodes. Captain Nostalgia is joined by film professor, journalist and creator of the sitcom, Four's A Crowd (https://bit.ly/400guest), Ryan Terry (https://bit.ly/400twitter). Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker were the Barbie and Ken of…
 
Dan "The Movie Man" returns from his honeymoon to discuss the beloved 1991 film, My Girl. The film tells the story of a young Veda, the daughter of a mortician, as she navigates through themes of love, grief and death. On this episode, we discuss the reality of addressing such heavy topics with children, what age they can understand such tragedies,…
 
Is Teen Titans Go! to the Movies Worthy of high praise? Well we intend to find out while we record this episode live in front of a studio audience in Richmond, VA for Heroes Assemble: A Con with a Cause. Join us as we determine what the best Nicolas Cage film is, what it means to be validated as an individual and a few more surprises along the way.…
 
Is Outcast worthy of high praise? That's what V.H.Zest and Captain Nostalgia are about to find out. The medieval epic places Nicolas Cage alongside Darth Vader himself, Hayden Christensen. This 2014 film is one of redemption. Join us as we deconstruct the film towards conversations of addiction, leadership and more. If you or someone you know is re…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2021's Malignant to see what will stare back. The latest offering from James Wan embraces his supernatural fame, which we’ve seen previously in The Conjuring. It also marks his first entry into slasher genre. For this journey, the abyss gives us conversations on depression, the impact of loss and much more. Music for…
 
The fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has arrived. A new hero emerges with a new origin story in Marvel’s first martial arts movie, Shang-Chi & the Legend of the Ten Rings. Before the legend begins, we had a chance to sit down with Patricia Gomez, co-writer behind the Shudder Original Movie, Slaxx. Which is available now on DVD and Digi…
 
Welcome to Hourglass Cinema; a variety show from Victims and Villains. On this episode we're looking at the films of this year's Creature Feature Weekend, which include, Spirit Animal (8:51), Kill Giggles (36:47), Bigfoot: Path of the Beast (59:24), Re-Elected (01:15:15), Voorhees (01:22:36), 10/31 Part II (01:28:38), & Bloody Summer Camp (01:46:56…
 
Will you dare to say his name? Nearly 30 years after the original cult classic (https://bit.ly/vicep337) Candyman returns to the big screen but not in the way you think. Captain Nostalgia and Black Nerd Magic deconstruct this new film's social commentary on racial injustice, civil unrest, its connections to the original film and much more. If you h…
 
The singular film that revolutionized the impact of the genre upon Americans was 1988’s Akira. In this episode of Hourglass Cinema, we address its impact, its cultural roots and its social commentary. Along with its mental health themes of self-worth and the value of others. If you like anime, check out this episode to hear about when more anime ge…
 
Did you miss our review of The Last Matinee? Check it out here (https://bit.ly/agpod03), along with our Sleepaway Camp discussion. Josh “Captain Nostalgia” Burkey got a chance to sit down with director, Maxi Contenti, to discuss the film’s marriage of 90s slasher, 70s Italian horror, its use of characters and shadows and much more. The Last Matinee…
 
Welcome to Hourglass Cinema; a variety show from Victims and Villains. On this episode we're looking at a few films from this year's Fantasia Festival: Alien on Stage (1:02), The Last thing Mary Saw (8:30), The Tombs of the Blind Dead (15:04), Don't Say Its Name (23:08), Sexy Furby (31:43), The Booth (36:48), Hotel Poseidon (39:35), Baby Money (44:…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1983's Sleepaway Camp to see what will stare back. Before we check-in at camp, we take a spoiler-free look at The Last Matinee (1:05); the film is being released from Dark Sky Films & Bloody Disgusting. As we check into Camp Arawak we find our friends, Camp Crystal Latte (https://bit.ly/agguest3) joining us to discus…
 
Dujour means podcasting! That's right we are celebrating twenty years of the best movie ever made (or so the movie would lead you to believe) as we talk about Josie and the Pussycats. Join us as we share our nostalgia, trivia, deconstruct the film's themes of consumerism, bullying and much more. Understand why Josie truly is arguably one of the bes…
 
It's time to celebrate another Friday the 13th! On this special day we look towards the seventh entry into the Jason Voorhees saga in New Blood. As Jason finds himself pitted against a young girl with the gift of telekinesis and the curse of trauma. Join us as we discuss the film's history, importance to the series, healthy practices of healing and…
 
Is A Score to Settle worthy of high praise? Co-host Matthew Basile returns to answer that very question to see if this 2019 revenge film stands the legacy of Nicolas Cage. Join us as we discuss the burden of vengeance, grief and much more. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or se…
 
Long before he was ever sailing through the galaxy with Star-Lord and the Guardians or placing bombs into DC's worst. He was a simple man crafting a superhero story starring Rainn Wilson in 2010's Super. On this episode of Hourglass Cinema we look back to James Gunn's earlier work on the superhero genre. Discuss how this movie impacted his career m…
 
Hold your breath because we're talking Don't Breathe on this episode! Before Stephen Lang bundles up again for the upcoming sequel we look back to the original haunting vision of 2016's Don't Breathe. Join us as we climb into the house of a blind man to discuss expectations for future installments, the grieving process, the impact of environments u…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1973’s The Wicker Man to see what will stare back. As we crash upon the shores of Summerisle, we’re greeted with strange musical numbers, discussions on the toxicity of religion and much more. Strange things happen here in Summerisle. Music for this episode comes courtesy of What Lies Below (https://linktr.ee/wlbpa) …
 
On this episode, we are sitting down with Natasha Kamani, the director Lucky (0:50). Plus we give spoiler-free reviews on Tailgate (19:57), an official selection of North Bend Film Festival, and the conclusion of the Fear Street trilogy in 1666 (34:46). Lucky is now streaming exclusively on Shudder. You can pick it up on DVD and VOD beginning Augus…
 
Anthony Bourdain was a world renowned cultural icon. Not solely in the kitchen but as a celebrated author and world traveler. In the documentary, Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain, viewers are given intimate details from those who knew him best. In this podcast we celebrate the life of Bourdain. We discuss the importance of addiction recove…
 
Is Pig worthy of high praise? While Nicolas Cage and Alex Wolf are on the hunt for Cage’s pet pig. We examine the latest drama from the Academy Award winning actor is worth his legacy. Join us as we discuss the importance of value, self-worth, kindness, the positive mental health effects of pets and much more. Pig is now playing in limited release.…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1985’s Ghoulies to see what will stare back. Joined by Ghoulies superfan and Psycho Cinema (https://bit.ly/agguest01) hostess, Faye Guerra, to discuss the Gremlins legacy attached to the film, the unusual sequels, the underlining themes of religion and much more. Strange things can happen when you look into the toile…
 
Black Widow gives more context for Natasha's backstory after a decade of fan requests, but it did it live up to that tall order? Dan and Josh break down this film in almost real time to highlight what it does well and where it missed the mark. Check out our spoiler-filled discussion on the highly anticipated Black Widow film. If you or someone you …
 
Is Willy's Wonderland worthy of high praise? The movie in which pits Nicolas Cage against a horde of evil animatronics will no doubt draw comparisons to Five Night at Freddy's. On the surface we find Cage facing off against Willy and his gang of animatronics. There is so much more to the wonderland including some epics horror gags, unpacking trauma…
 
Is the purge really over? Or is it forever? Join us as we dissect the fifth, and supposedly final, entry into the Purge franchise. Join a hardcore franchise fan and someone who is fresh to it as we navigate our way through the complex world of the purge through its immigration commentary, politics and brutal violence. If you or someone you know is …
 
Len and Vincent from Micheaux Mission (https://bit.ly/390guest) join us to discuss the HBO Max original movie, Charm City Kings, in the season finale for our series: Celebration of Diversity. Join us as we discuss the vision behind the mission for Len and Vincent. Along with Len's other project, The Black Tribbles (https://bit.ly/390guest1). In thi…
 
What would you do if you won the Lottery? Nicolas Cage apparently splits his winnings with random strangers he forgets to tip in this surprisingly wholesome mid-90s romantic comedy, It Could Happen to You. In this episode, we discuss the toxicity of abusive relationships, good guy archetypes in Hollywood, the importance of acceptance and much more.…
 
A natural progression of stories and realities. As we move from Moonlight's coming of age, sexual identity journey to the prejudice which haunts the LGBTQIA community. Journey with us as the look at the journey of Malik through the Shudder original movie, Spiral with Wi-Moto of Black Women are Scary. Sometimes acceptance could be the way to save a …
 
Saddle up because we’re talking about Concrete Cowboy for the fifth chapter in our Celebration of Diversity Series. We chat in studio with local RVA entrepreneur Jasmine Robinson-Hence to talk about her business Body for Love (https://www.bodyforlove.co/). Find out how a hobby grew into a nail and body butter business. We’re also talking about the …
 
In this mini-episode we are discussing our spoiler-free thoughts on the documentary, Pray Away from executive producers Jason Blum and Ryan Murphy. The film showcases the conversion therapy ministry Exodus International and their rise and fall. The film premiered at this year's Tribeca Film Festival and hits Netflix this August. If you or someone y…
 
We are joined by romance author, Lucy Eden (https://www.lucyeden.com/) , to discuss the 2020 romantic comedy, The Photograph for our fourth chapter in our Celebration of Diversity series. Lucy shares her diverse line of books and mixing genres. Along with joining us to discuss relationships, learning from the past, growing into new ones and much mo…
 
In the third chapter of our Celebration of Diversity series, we turn our attention to the coming of age 2017 Best Picture Winner, Moonlight. As we celebrate black stories and creators, we equally celebrate the LGBTQIA story of Chiron as well. Journey with us as we look at the struggles of sexual identity, finding true love, encountering bullying an…
 
On this episode we are sitting down with Justin G. Dyck and Keith Cooper; the director and writer behind Anything for Jackson (1:48). Jason Seaux, the artist behind Nercoman, joins us to talk about The Conjuring:The Devil Made Me Do It on our audio version from our Twtich stream on June 7th, 2021 (21:43). Anything for Jackson is currently streaming…
 
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