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AndersonAndBryan.com

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Discover movies you may have missed and be warned about others you should. Hosts Anderson Cowan (Loveline) and Bryan Bishop (The Adam Carolla Show) hash out their contrasting film tastes in the form of weekly Top 5 lists and recent screening reviews of both new and old titles. With numerous recommendations each episode, The Film Vault is entertainment about entertainment and as a result is a show that keeps on giving.
 
Enter the rinky-dink film vault and welcome to Film A Week Podcast. Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi watch one film a week every Friday with a new theme every month. We review films we've never before, classics in Revisited episodes, recent films with Recent Visits and Criterion of the Month.
 
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Luke Elliott & James Bailey

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Are you the sort of person who likes to read the book before you see the movie? So are Luke and James—a writer and filmmaker respectively who bring their backgrounds studying stories to the table for in-depth discussions of the adaptations of the past and present. If you love delving into the craft behind the art you love, then Ink to Film is for you.
 
Enter the rinky-dink film vault and welcome to Film A Week: 52 Films A Year. Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi embark on a journey of watching films Serg has never seen before, get avant-garde with Criterion of the Month and revisit classics films with Revisited episodes. Listen for humorous discussions, fun film analysis, and great company from fellow film lovers.
 
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Step into the sacred vault and discover a trove of film, pro wrestling talk, and even the occasional chat about sports! We are just a couple of guys who know what we like and talk about a bunch of stuff, so here we are in podcast form!
 
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It’s time for Bryan and Anderson’s list of practical gifts for the film lover in your life. Well, most of them are practical. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault FILM VAULT FLASH SALE Got a few of these items left and we need to move them. All prices include shipping. Please add $10 for all international orders. Venmo and PayPal accepted. …
 
Does this Rankin/Bass animated version of JRR Tolkien's "The Return of the King" hold up at all today? In this former Patreon-exclusive, Luke & James discuss ear-worms and bizarre narrative choices in this odd addition to their coverage of THE LORD OF THE RINGS. Become a Patron for hours of exclusive content & more: www.patreon.com/inktofilm Buy Th…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! Nate gets back to his new subseries, “Godzilla Redux,” with the first of the many sequels to Godzilla (1954), Godzilla Raids Again. Strangely, it was the first G-film his guest, Kaiju Weekly co-host Michael “The Kaiju Groupie” Hamilton, ever saw. This somewhat forgotten 1955 cash-grab sequel, which was produced and released wit…
 
Bryan and Anderson review three new movies with Ghostbusters: Afterlife, King Richard and C’mon C’mon. Nightmare Alley, the 1947 version is also flickfessed thanks to this week’s Assigner, Colin Ward, just in time for the Guillermo del Toro’s remake. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault FILM VAULT FLASH SALE Got a few of these items left an…
 
THE WHEEL OF TIME series by Robert Jordan is one of the bestselling fantasy epics ever written, so with a legitimate adaptation finally premiering, what better time is there to dive in? In episode 207, Luke & James react to the first third of the novel (15 chapters), compare two different prologues, laugh about an oily taint, and finally discuss Ja…
 
In an attempt to lighten things up a bit, there have been a lot of heavy and dark topics of late, we’re taking a look at something nice. It’s the best young romances depicted in movies. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Our new producer, Avery McKinney will be in Austin, TX this Sunday the 21st at the CAN'T EVEN COMEDY SHOW. NEW MERCH PA…
 
Bryan and Anderson review Kenneth Branaghhhhh’s new one set in his birthplace of Belfast, a movie about dentata called Teeth and the Matt Rixner assigned movie of the week, Mikey and Nicky. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Our new producer, Avery McKinney will be in Austin, TX this Sunday the 21st at the CAN'T EV…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! After nearly a year of surviving inane MST3K fodder and watching the first two entries of a fantastic trilogy, Nate reaches one of kaiju eiga’s zeniths with Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris. He’s joined by YouTuber and (ironically) Godzilla enthusiast Kaiju Kim to discuss this masterpiece. As Nate puts it, this is one of the rare tril…
 
Our own Mitch Burns has suggested we take a look at Bites in Movies so we obliged and found that there was a lot to sink our teeth into. Sorry, yes, it’s terrible, but also true. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Listener Art: Nate Balcolm Featured Artists: See-You-Home-Wolf Anderson’s Video Review of The Beta Tes…
 
Brian De Palma’s career took off with his classic adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name, but there were some no insignificant changes made to the story. But did they make it better? In episode 206, Luke & James discuss the Alfred Hitchcock influence, the “make everyone hot” Hollywood tendency, Tommy getting undercut, and the shifting …
 
Bryan and Anderson review yet another Marvel movie in Eternals as well as the long anticipated The Beta Test and they have finally caught up with Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Featured Artists: See-You-Home-Wolf Anderson’s Video Review of The Beta Test Subscribe to Anderson's Video R…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! After a harrowing and riff-tastic adventure in space, Nate and Jimmy return to Monster Island to find the podcast in chaos. Not only did their nemesis WHG3 try to replace MIFV with his own podcast, he canceled all of their guest invitations. Thankfully, Jimmy was able to get Geek Devotions co-founder Dallas Mora to come on to c…
 
We have done the interviews and hired a new producer and to celebrate the occasion we judge the best job interviews that have been displayed in movies. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Listener Art: Jonathan Oxorn Featured Artists: Elephant Rifle Anderson’s Video Review of Antlers Subscribe to Anderson's Video Re…
 
Stephen King’s career really “lit up” with his creation of Carrie White, a troubled girl with burgeoning telekinetic powers who suffers abuse from nearly everyone in her life. In episode 205, Luke & James discuss the real-life inspiration for the main character, Tabitha rescuing a manuscript, a life-changing phone call, and the enduring legacy of t…
 
Bryan and Anderson review Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, the new Scott Cooper horror film called Antlers and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Featured Artists: Elephant Rifle Anderson’s Video Review of Antlers Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. CONECT WITH US: Inst…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! Join me this Saturday (November 6) for a special charity livestream for Extra Life, an organization that raises money for children's hospitals through marathon gaming sessions. I'll be playing Power Rangers: Battle for The Grid! Click the links below for more information and to contribute to my donation goal! Thanks! MUSIC: "Go…
 
Bryan, Anderson and Florence count down their favorite movie corpses of all time. Thank you all for your continued support! TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Listener Art: Kevin Heesch Featured Artists: Mother Belle Anderson’s Video Review of Dune Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. CONECT WITH US: Instagr…
 
Special guest author Fonda Lee joins the show to geek out with Luke & James about Denis Villeneuve’s latest entry, part one of his ambitious adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic Sci-Fi epic. In episode 204, they discuss Fonda’s history with Dune, the movie’s incredible sense of scale, Oscar Isaac’s “DILF” energy, representation issues raised about…
 
Sponsored by: “The Last Laugh” by J Tanner A small town vs evil clowns (for the free story promotion or to get the book through my affiliate code) https://authorjtanner.wordpress.com/ CONTACT: authorjtanner@gmail.com Bryan and Anderson review the new spectacle that is Dune, a thought provoking documentary about the challenges of parenting challengi…
 
No, this isn’t episode 51. In light of falling behind on episode 50, catching up with my new job, and life in general, I’ve had to delay episode 51. I should hopefully have it done in a week or less. But in the meantime, as I get the podcast back on schedule, please enjoy this audio version of MIFV MAX #5, which was a livestream I did on the podcas…
 
Tis the season to be jump scared and thanks to this week’s “DECIDER”, Sean Homrig gifted the show with this great topic. BOO! TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Listener Art: Sam Williams Featured Artists: Hank and Her Ponies Anderson’s Video Review of The Last Duel Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. CONEC…
 
(FYI: THIS EPISODE IS BEST EXPERIENCED WHILE WATCHING THE WAR IN SPACE. See the link below for a website to stream it). With the KIJU studio in Earth orbit, Nate is awakened by WHGIII via video chat. But the “union jackwagon” defers to his bosses, the president and vice president of the Monster Island Board of Directors—who are none other than Comm…
 
The sand worms have been ridden, climactic duels have been fought, and the Bene Gesserit prophecy has taken shape. Ink to Film has finished reading Frank Herbert's Dune! In episode 203, Luke & James discuss how well the book lived up to their expectations, the value of appendices in novels, an all-knowing toddler, and finish up by looking ahead to …
 
Bryan and Anderson review Ridley Scott’s first of the year in The Last Duel, an arthouse film called Lamb, the controversial documentary FAUCI and a brilliant Irish flick called Dating Amber which was once had a better title that was Beards. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Featured Artists: Hank and Her Ponies A…
 
Anderson just moved into a new neighborhood and is getting to know his new neighbors. What better time to take a look at some of the worst ones on screen in movie history? It’s top 5 worst movie neighbors. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE! Listener Art: Atte Nurmi Featured Artists: FM Pilots Anderson’s Video Revie…
 
Stay curious. Ask questions. These are the lessons that Frank Herbert imparts when you read about how he was able to write such a dense, scientific Sci-Fi classic. In episode 202, join Luke & James as they discuss the terrors of being buried alive, the Highlander-esque process of reading and learning from an author’s work, how to throw an aromatic …
 
“Hold on there, Nate!” you're saying. “This isn’t Episode 50!” And you’re right. I underestimated how time-consuming a project Episode 50 would be, so…it’s being delayed one week. The bright side is, including this bonus episode, you’re getting content from me for three Wednesdays in a row! What is this? Think of it as a “lost episode” that’s outsi…
 
You should really just relax...it's just a war in space. Nate learns the truth about the Board and maybe even how Jimmy From NASA survived that infamous war! COMING SOON! This surprise trailer was created by Daniel DiManna. You, too, can join MIFV MAX on Patreon to get this and other perks starting at only $3 a month! Buy official MIFV merch on Tee…
 
Frank Herbert’s legendary novel DUNE’s publication history is a notable one, beginning in serialized form in Analog magazine before receiving numerous rejections as a novel that would go on to launch one of the bestselling Science Fiction franchises of all time. In episode 201, Luke & James discuss the first “book” of three contained in the novel, …
 
Greetings and salutations, audio listeners! It is I, William Horatio George III, your new and vastly superior host for the new and vastly superior podcast, The Monster Island Gatekeepers, which will be replacing the previous show to which you were listening. In this inaugural episode, I am joined by my Board-mandated…co-host, Dr. Dante Dourif, Mons…
 
Can you name these books after hearing just the opening line? What about from a single quote pulled from the adaptation? In episode 200, Luke & James celebrate a long road behind them by putting their memories to the test not only by playing a couple tough games, but by challenging themselves to choose favorite episodes that stood out along the jou…
 
With the entire first season finished, the slightly different direction the adaptation is taking is beginning to become clear. But is that necessarily a bad thing? In episode 199, Luke & James discuss cultish religious organizations before breaking down each of the last five episodes of the first season of the show where Elizabeth Moss, Yvonne Stra…
 
Hi, kaiju lovers. This is MIFV’s intrepid producer, Jimmy From NASA. You might be wondering why I’m writing the shownotes for this episode. I had to prep it for the podcast feed instead of Nate, because…well, Nate’s not terrestrial anymore. He had a great discussion with MIFV MAX member Damon Noyes, who sponsored this episode on the 1966 Toei tokus…
 
Bruce Miller’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s famous novel has pulled in numerous accolades, but what is it that makes the show so noteworthy? In episode 198, Luke & James react to the first five episodes of season 1, explore the directorial decisions, what lighting can mean for a scene, the purpose of extreme closeups, and theorize why the show s…
 
Margaret Atwood’s dystopian feminist novel drew praise and outrage alike when it was first released for its controversial subject matter, but the modern classic has only grown in relevance over time, with perhaps no moment in American history since its publication more apropos than the one we’re in now. In episode 197, Luke & James wade into the po…
 
Hello, kaiju lovers! Though still grieving the loss of Gary, Nate soldiers on—without his intrepid producer, Jimmy From NASA, as mandated by the Board—because he’s finally made it to the good part of “The Year of Gamera”! He’s joined by three of the original MIFV Tourists, Nick Hayden, Timothy Deal, and Joe Metter, to discuss Gamera: Guardian of th…
 
Nia DaCosta’s spiritual follow-up to the 90s cult classic synthesizes the 30-year history of the legendary Candyman mythos and its real-world reach with the social problems of today, creating something truly special. In episode 196, Luke & James revel in their return to theaters, revisit the powerful on-screen presence of Yahya Abdul Mateen II, lin…
 
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