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With the holiday season vastly approaching and the air changing to thankfulness, Captain Nostalgia and Dan “The Movie Man” Rockwood sit down to discuss some movies that they are thankful for. Ranging from certified classics to childhood favorites - this episode and the picks on each prospective list reflect the impact the medium of film can have on…
 
Captain Nostalgia sits down with Liam Regan, writer-director of Eating Miss Campbell (https://bit.ly/vgbcampbell). Regan discusses the process of crafting a story around suicide, school shootings, violence in media and more. Plus, Regan recounts the tragedy of losing a crew member and friend to suicide during the production. Eating Miss Campbell is…
 
Thanks to Resentment's scheming the Emotions are at each other's throats like never before. Will the Emotion Pleasure be able to save the day or just make everything so much worse? Find out in this pleasurable fourth installment of the EmotionALL series. If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, a…
 
Spooky season has ended and our Marvel correspondents, Joshua and Allen, return to talk about some things that have happened in the MCU since the summer time. While we’ll be spending the majority of the time talking about She-Hulk: Attorney at Law; we’re breaking down the first trailer of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and the first horror entry…
 
We brought our friends Love What I Love (http://bit.ly/385guest) out of retirement to discuss the latest sequel in the Bring It On franchise with Syfy’s Cheer or Die. Gear up as we climb the cheer pyramid to dissect how the film uses its horror elements, nostalgic love for 2000’s Bring It On, generational expectations and much more. If you or someo…
 
In this special miniature episode, we look at three brand new releases. They Crawl Beneath is out now from Well Go Entertainment on Blu-Ray, DVD & Digital. Frost hits Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital beginning October 11th, 2022. Spirit Halloween: the Movie is now playing in limited engagements.Av Victims and Villains
 
Before he was the iconic vampire villain from Blade, Stephen Dorff fought off demons in the cult classic 80s movie, The Gate. Justin Harlan, the director of Skate or Die Film Festival (https://farsightedblog.com/skate-or-die-film-festival/), to discuss not only his love for this movie and its mental health themes but also his unique film festival. …
 
We saved the best for last when it comes to this year’s Creature Feature Weekend. At the witching hour and in full anticipation of the long awaited sequel, we sat down with Hocus Pocus stars Omri Katz and Jason Marsden to talk about the film’s legacy, other projects and more. Check out what they had to say. If you or someone you know is reading thi…
 
If you grew up in the early 2000s, chances are you have probably seen the juggernaut comedy, School of Rock. Not only does this episode mark the return of Dan '“The Movie Man” Rockwood but we got the chance to not only discuss nostalgia but sit down with School of Rock star, Brian Falduto. In the last 19 years, Falduto recounts his struggles with f…
 
We've come to find out if 2018’s Between Worlds is worthy of high praise. In our shortest Nic Cage episode to date, Captain Nostalgia and VHZest dissect the strange fantasy world of this direct to video Cage film. Find out if this strange little movie is worthy of high praise as we navigate through the worlds of sci-fi, grief and more! If you or so…
 
It started in 1994 with a film that revolutionized the world of independent cinema. Nearly 30 years later, Kevin Smith returns to the Quick Stop for the finale in Clerks III. Capt. Nostalgia and Allen (https://bit.ly/347guest) share their own customer service nightmares and relating to the trilogy, the film’s use of trauma, why Clerks is worthy of …
 
We’re heading back to Creature Feature Weekend (www.creaturefeatureweekend.com) for more ghoulish fun. In the second of our two-part coverage, we’re sitting down with independent filmmakers, authors, podcasters and even Tim Cappello from The Lost Boys. Filmmakers Melissa and Chris (5:15), JB (Camp Nightmare Podcast, 16:19), Jenny Allen (Novelist, 2…
 
We’re heading back to Creature Feature Weekend (www.creaturefeatureweekend.com) for more ghoulish fun. In the first of our two-part coverage, we’re sitting down with independent filmmakers, authors, comic creators and even Mark Patton from A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge and Scream, Queen: My Nightmare on Elm Street. Brandon Salisbury…
 
Comic creator Brian Wingrove (https://www.instagram.com/brianwingrove.huh/) to discuss the 1988 fantasy movie, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Throughout out our otherworldly adventure today, join us as we discuss Brian’s comic career, the history of the fabled character, the strength of community and much more! For all you filmmakers, submit y…
 
Once upon a time, we were given Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter but that was far from the truth. Anthony Ripo from The Retro Gamers (http://www.theretrogamers.com/) to enter into a bold new era of Jason Voorhees that is once again using the dreaded “F” word of Final. In this episode, we’ll look at what New Line’s take on the iconic slasher chara…
 
In this intimate episode, we sit down with Shanna Stoker, the CEO of Ghoulish Garb to discuss her depression journey. From young beginnings of faith and trauma to the ghosts of adulthood, Shanna bravely shares her stories of heartbreak, triumph and existing with trauma. Plus, she also discusses the humble beginnings of her company, Ghoulish Garb. I…
 
We've come to find out if 2013’s The Croods is worthy of high praise. We thought we would try and tackle some of Cage’s more heartfelt and family-focused movies for a few episodes. Journey back with us to the dawn of man with 2013’s The Croods. While Cage has done voice work before it is nothing to this capacity. Throughout this time travel episode…
 
Our Marvel correspondents return to go cosmic with the latest Disney+ series in Ms. Marvel. From cosplay to the MCU, actress Iman Vellani, embodies the spirit of the 21st Century Hero. In this episode, we’ll discuss Kamala Khan’s origin, what the series means for Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel films, the MCU moving forward and more! If you or someone…
 
Yo-ho-ho a pirates life is for us as we dive back into our Depp Dive series with Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Twitch streamers, Justin () & Heather (https://linktr.ee/Keylimepixie_) Moe, join us to sail the high seas on this swashbuckling adventure. Along the way we talk about cosplaying, the franchise’s unique journey th…
 
Ride the thunder as Thor returns for the fourth adventure with Thor: Love and Thunder. Chris Hemsworth’s is the first O.G. Avengers member to get a fourth entry past the initial trilogy. Allen and Josh open up the bifrost to discuss the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Along the way they discuss the return of Natalie Portman to the…
 
We go to infinity and beyond as we discuss the latest addition to the Toy Story franchise in Lightyear. Chris Evans trades the iconic shield of Captain America in for a the traditional Space Commander suit of Buzz Lightyear. The developer of Weather Wings Beard Company, Jacob Gunther, joins us to discuss the nostalgia of the franchises, the importa…
 
Welcome back to Hourglass Cinema - a variety show from Victims and Villains. In this episode, we discuss the legacy of Tim Sale. Sale had a prolific career in comics. Delivering a gothic approach to iconic characters like Batman, Captain America, Wolverine and more. What is your favorite Tim Sale story? If you or someone you know is reading this ri…
 
We've come to find out if 1999’s 8MM is worthy of high praise. It’s been two years since the passing of Joel Schumacher and we wanted to honor his legacy by discussing the first team-up between the landmark director and Cage. In this episode, we share our memories about Schumacher, the heavy cost of pornography addiction, the mental health of obses…
 
Welcome back to Hourglass Cinema - a variety show from Victims and Villains. In this episode, we discuss the documentary The Human Trial. The documentary follows the lives of a few individuals who have Type-1 diabetes, their mental health journey and the experimental trials to cure the disease. Captain Nostalgia is joined by Ronald Webster; a frien…
 
If you or someone you know is reading this right now and struggling with suicide, depression, addiction, or self-harm - please reach out. Comment, message, or tweet at us. Go to victimsandvillains.net/hope for more resources. Call the suicide lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Text "HELP" to 741-741. There is hope & you DO have so much value and worth! Th…
 
Alex Garland returns to the heart of horror for arguably his boldest offering to date in Men. Captain Nostalgia and Joshua Howell decode this strange fever dream nightmare. During our journey, we will address the film’s mental health themes, its haunting third act, the importance of knowing the signs of suicide and much more. Check out our spoiler-…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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'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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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