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We've come to find out if 1994’s Guarding Tess is worthy of high praise. Cage plays a secret service agent tasked with guarding a former first lady in this mid-90s comedy. Journey with us while we address toxic work environments. their mental health impacts, film trivia and much more. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggl…
 
Chris from Streaming Things & Movies are Therapy (https://linktr.ee/streamingthings) joins us to discuss his love of film, podcasting and the Netflix series, Stranger Things. Even more than that, Chris vulnerably shares his struggle with alcohol and substance abuse over the years. More importantly, he chronicles his road to sobriety and what the la…
 
We keep anime on the mind as the Animind crew discusses the genre known as Cowboy Bebop. Dani, Matthew and Graham discuss the masterwork and not only examine the heavy psychological weight the characters carry but also look at the artistic elements that elevated this series to new heights. Diversity, existential numbness, gender fluidity, and the s…
 
It’s another Friday the 13th holiday and it’s time to journey back to Camp Crystal Lake. However, this time around we are taking a senior boat trip to Manhattan and Jason Voorhees just might along for the journey. TikTok personality, Special Kay, joins to discuss 1989’s Friday the 13th: Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. Anthony Ripo returns to navi…
 
Doctor Strange isn’t the only one jumping into the multiverse! For this special episode, we’re crossing over with our friends over at You Have to Watch This Podcast to discuss the latest chapter into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Though, at this point, it should be called the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. Journey with us as we navigate the finale o…
 
In this exciting third chapter of Matthew A. Basile's Emotion-All saga, Fear and Luna's budding romantic relationship gets off to a rocky start. It is further complicated by Sorrow's vendetta against Gloom. The cast features Gabe Castro as Person, Kat Kushin as Sorrow, Valarie Stack Dodge as Luna, Cam Smith as Fear (Male), Steven Szczytko as Gloom,…
 
We've come to find out if 2022’s The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is worthy of high praise. This latest effort from the man of the hour could be the most Nick Cage movie we’ve encountered yet. Journey with us as we navigate through the meta nature of this movie, the chemistry between Cage and Pedro Pascal, the importance of self-love and so …
 
Before we jump into the multiverse of madness, we’re stepping back into 2016’s Doctor Strange. The O.G. Benedict Cumberbatch movie tells the origin story of the sorcerer supreme. Ctach our thoughts on his first solo outing. Plus our mid-season thoughts on Moon Knight, Thor: Love and Thunder trailer and much mroe. Grab your tickets now for Horrific …
 
After Animind's last episode on Grave of the Fireflies and its live episode on Attack on Titan, the Animind crew needed some medicine for the mind. And where better to find it then a little anime gem called My Neighbor Totoro. Dani, Graham and Matthew talk the flagship film for Studio Ghibli as they pour over the inherent sweetness it offers up. Th…
 
The filmmakers behind Just Like You: Anxiety and Depression (https://bit.ly/424film) join us to discuss the stories that inspired the film. Not to mention how their own struggles with anxiety and depression have affected their family lives, careers and social lives. Thanks to the film’s writer-director Jen Greenstreet, Hilaire Philips from The Pier…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2001’s Thir13en Ghosts to see what will gaze back. The multitalented team behind Apparitions joins us to get spooky. Writers Paul Anthony Nelson and Perri Cummings discuss their film with us. Along with chronicling each of the ghosts behind this 2001 cult classic, the 1960s classic and much more. Catch Apparitions, m…
 
Matthew Basile(co-host of the V&V spin-off podcast Animind) guest hosts this episode of Victims & Villains. Matthew talks about the YA novel Goode Oliver Dooley and The Palace of Keepers Book 1 with the author Gerrad R. Bohl. Gerrad's book is a fantasy story for children and adults young at heart in the vein of such classics as Harry Potter, Bridge…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1981’s The Burning to see what will gaze back. MJ Dixon director of PandaMonium, one of the feature’s for this year’s Horrific Hope Film Festival (https://bit.ly/vhhffest), joins to discuss this influential slasher. Hear what MJ had to say about his time making movies, the influence of The Burning, the troublesome na…
 
If the Animind group took a stroll on the light side in the last episode they now trek through some of the darkest corners of humanity in this episode. Anime remains on the mind as Graham, Dani and Matthew talk Grave of the Fireflies, a movie Roger Ebert hailed as one of the greatest war films of all time. We want to warn our listeners that we will…
 
Welcome back to Hourglass Cinema - a variety show from Victims and Villains. In this episode, we sit down with Rich Ragsdale. He is the director behind the folk horror movie, The Long Night. Rich talks to us about his latest movie, his animation career and much more. You can pick up your copy of The Long Night, beginning April 5th, 2022 from Well G…
 
It took two years to get here. Some of us believed it was a myth but Jared Leto’s Morbius has finally arrived and we take a bite out of it. Allen and Josh dissect if the wait for the latest Sony-Marvel movie was worth it. Join our Marvel guys as they navigate this strange early 2000s vampire flick, our initial thoughts on the Moon Knight pilot, the…
 
In this episode, we discuss a form of depression that doesn’t get dressed nearly enough in postpartum. Captain Nostalgia sits down with Kate Webster to discuss her own past with postpartum, defining what it is, the warning sides and more. If you or someone you know currently experiencing postpartum depression, consider these resources: Support Grou…
 
We've come to find out if 2018’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is worthy of high praise. This episode was recorded live at Galaxy Con Richmond 2022. As we navigate throughout the Spider-Verse, we find the intersection of Spider-Men and mental health, trivia, and much more. Thanks to all those who interacted with us during the making of this epi…
 
Anime is still on the mind as we take a walk on the light side and explore the world of Fruits Basket. Dani, Graham and Matthew fall under the main character Tohru's spell as they take a look at this endearing slice-of-life anime series. The group discusses the many uplifting themes and intricate interpersonal dynamics that make this show so engagi…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2004’s Saw to see what will gaze back. There is no denying how influential this independent darling has become in its nearly twenty-year life span. Spanning not only an entire franchise but an entire sub-genre of horror. Hear our thoughts on the torture porn subgenre, favorite traps of the films and its franchise, it…
 
Whether you came to rock or walk really slow on the beach we got you covered. Adam Stovall, writer/director of A Ghost Waits, joins us to discuss the Hulu series, Pam and Tommy. In this episode, we discuss the incredible performances from Lily James and Sebastian Stan, the impact of one video, the importance of self-worth and much more. You can cat…
 
Anime is once again on the mind as we nerd out about the popular series known as Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The Animind group examines this series from all angles. Dani, Graham and Matthew are back with an emotional wallop as they talk about art, loss, grief, trauma, PTSD, family, and of course alchemy. Whether you are just dipping your toes…
 
Batman finds a new host with a new timeline and a new actor taking up the cowl. This time, Robert Pattinson leads the charge against corruption in Gotham City. Stuart G. Robertson (https://bit.ly/419guest) joins to help navigate their masterful three-hour epic from Matt Reeves including a Zodiac killer take on The Riddler, hopes for the future, cop…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1993’s biopic, Fire in the Sky, to see what will gaze back. Adam Stovall, writer-director of A Ghost Waits, joins us to discuss the creative process behind his movie, the creative empowerment for mental health and more. A Ghost Waits is an official selection of Horrific Hope Film Festival 2022. Check out the full sel…
 
We've come to find out if 2017’s Vengeance: A Love Story is worthy of high praise. We want to issue a trigger warning for this episode. This movie deals with themes of sexual violence and PTSD. In this episode, we discuss the injustices both on-screen and off-screen of the aftermath following an attack. As well as personal connections to the movie,…
 
Do you really want to taste it? We find out how far we’ll go for peace in this season one breakdown of Peacemaker. Grab your eagle of peace branded artillery and helmets as we face off against an alien invasion, generational racism and much more. We break down every character’s journey throughout the season, the now iconic opening now, what this me…
 
Rev up your chainsaws and forget everything past 1974 because we’re talking about David Blue Garcia’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Taking inspiration from 2018’s Halloween (https://bit.ly/vicep156), this legacy sequel brings back “the o.g” cast without bringing back the O.G. cast. In this episode, we travel to Harlow, Texas with Andy Mavra, of Love Wha…
 
Our Marvel team, Josh and Allen, jump into hyperdrive to the other side of Disney in a galaxy far, far away for The Book of Boba Fett. Find out how we felt about the latest chapter in the Star Wars empire and the latest Disney+ original series. Does it live up to the success of its predecessor The Mandalorian? Find out in this two hour epic episode…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2001’s Valentine to see what will stare back. We journey back to the landscape of the genre when the film was first released. Find out why Mark and Josh differ in their opinions, how the film earned its cult status, the impact of rejection and much more! If you or someone you know is reading this right now and strugg…
 
Welcome to Hourglass Cinema; a variety show from Victims and Villains. On this episode, we're sitting down with the editor, producer and director of the documentary, Surviving Pulse: Life After a Mass Shooting. Find out how the film speaks to PTSD, the aftermath of media and much more. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and strugg…
 
Anime remains on the mind as we talk about the psychological thriller Perfect Blue. This complex and eery movie about a young pop idol's struggles to become a legitimate actress goes to some dark places. The Animind group bravely treads into those shadows and discusses sexual assault, PTSD, mental illness and the potential dangers of social media a…
 
IN THIS EPISODE… We've come to find out if 2010’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is worthy of high praise. This fantasy film sees Cage take on the role of Merlyn’s apprentice in search of Merlyn’s replacement. This film is incredibly interesting to look at in the scope of Disney and Cage alike. Journey with us as we discuss the film’s homage to Fantasia…
 
We travel back to the 17th-Century to discuss the latest movie from the controversial Paul Verhoeven. The director of Showgirls (https://bit.ly/vicep330) returns to tell the true story of a lesbian nun who spoke to God. Kelly Reynolds from Boobies and Noobies (https://bit.ly/330guest) discusses the film's use of religion, deconstructing some misund…
 
Anime remains on the mind as we look at yet another landmark piece of cinema in the halls of anime, Spirited Away. This Academy Award winning film held the record for the highest grossing movie in Japanese history for 19 years with good reason. Anime nerds Dani and Graham, along with anime nerd in-training Matthew, examine this masterpiece of Japan…
 
It's always someone you know. Or so that's what the marketing behind the latest entry into the Scream franchise says. For the first time ever, Sydney Prescott and Ghost Face find themselves under the direction of someone other than Wes Craven. Join us as we go back to Woodsboro to see if the new directors capture Craven's legacy, we discuss the fil…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1994's Interview with the Vampire to see what will stare back. We sit down with indie filmmaker Mike Thompson to discuss his short film, Threshold, and the challenges of filmmaking during COVID times. Plus, we remember the late great Anne Rice by looking at the star studded adaptation of her beloved novel. We look at…
 
Not every movie can be an Oscar winner. Sometimes you have to sit through the bad in order to get through the good. Captain Nostalgia and Black Nerd Magic are here to shuffle through some of their picks for the worst of the worst. Expect everything from "Family" blockbusters to unnecessary remakes to sequels that just didn't quite hit the mark. Som…
 
Happy New Year! It's either gonna be a great or terrible day depending on how you look at it. We sit down with filmmakers Jared Mason and Clark Runciman to discuss their latest offering, The Great and Terrible Day of the Lord. You can hear our spoiler-free thoughts on the movie, hear about the difficulties of making an independent film, the chances…
 
Anime is still on the mind as we delve deep into the landmark anime film Ghost in the Shell. This highly recognized and very influential movie was a pioneer not only in anime but also in the cyberpunk genre. Does its legendary status hold up under scrutiny? The Animind group examines the various philosophical themes of this complex story to see. Wh…
 
Just when you thought it was over; Lana Wachowski returns for another chapter in The Matrix saga. Load up the old system for an extremely meta take on the classic groundbreaking series. In this retrospective finale, we’ll navigate our way through the behind the scenes road leading up to the fourth chapter, the mental health of nostalgia, and much m…
 
We've come to find out if Primal is worthy of high praise. This late 2019 film sees Cage as the closest we will ever see him come to see him taking on the role of Joe Exotic. Journey with us as we recap our favorite Nic Cage movies from this year, favorite episodes and the depths of the jungle that is Primal. All this and more on this episode of Th…
 
Grab your bow, quiver and sidekick because we're talking about the latest Disney+ from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hawkeye. Up to now, Hawkeye has largely been a fairly underutilized character within the Avengers films. Disney+ is getting ready to cut him loose, bring redemption and bring him into the world of larping all within six magical epis…
 
We swing into the multiverse for the third film in the Tom Holland trilogy, Spider-Man: No Way Home. How many of our theories were right coming into this movie? How many times did we cry and cheer? What does it mean for the marvel cinematic universe moving forward? Join us as we answer these questions, share our love for our favorite Spider-Man, Do…
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2021's Red Snow to see what will stare back. We sit down with writer/director Sean Lynch to discuss the creative process, deconstructing vampire tropes, the mental health of rejection and much more. Be sure to pre-order (or pick-up) your copy of Red Snow today: https://amzn.to/3Eh7ndo. Music for this episode comes co…
 
While we wait for The Matrix Resurrections, we jump back into The Matrix for the original finale to the trilogy with 2003's The Matrix Revolutions. Caless Davis, of Feelin Film Podcast (https://bit.ly/ffilmpod), joins once again for another trip down the rabbit trail. Join us as we discuss our thoughts on the end of character journeys, the power of…
 
Once more anime is on the mind as we discuss what is arguably the hottest current series being put out there, My Hero Academia. Dani, Graham and Matthew discuss not only the elaborate world this series has built up but also deeply examine the people behind the masks and spandex who inhabit it. What makes a hero and how do the challenges of being on…
 
We're animated that our friends over at the Collateral Cinema Podcast (https://bit.ly/352guest) join for us for our annual holiday crossover. Beau and Ash join us to jump back into The Matrix with its 2003 spin-off film, The Animatrix. Join us as we break down each short film, what it means for the mythology as a whole, the importance of validation…
 
We've managed to escape the Matrix to sit down with genre legend, Caroline Williams, to discuss her career. Ranging from everything including her iconic role in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 to her recent roles and the mental health of balancing acting and parenthood. Caroline can be found here on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WilliCaroline. On the …
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 2015's Krampus to see what will stare back. More specifically we are looking at The Naughty Cut of the film; a recent release from Scream Factory (https://bit.ly/krampus4k). 'Tis the season to be merry and jolly...or at least that's what society tells. If you lose hope, Krampus isn't too far behind. Join us as we dis…
 
Gear up for another round in The Matrix. We're back for another episode in our Matrix series looking at The Matrix Reloaded. Throughout this journey, we'll stop to address themes of choice, the importance of the past, world-building the mythos to the series and much more! Caless Davis, from Feelin Film Podcast (https://bit.ly/ffilmpod), suits up wi…
 
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