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My Celluloid Heart Podcast
79 minutes | 7 days ago
The Power of Dreams Pt. 2: Inception (2010)
On this second episode of The Power of Dreams, Phillip and Chip go deep into the 2010 movie Inception. First the two of them talk about what fuels their passion for movies and Chip wanting to reignite his passion. Then they talk about what Phillip's been watching; The Roaring Twenties (1939) (TCM), Klute (1971) (Criterion Channel), Yojimbo (1961) (Criterion Channel & HBOMax), The Breaking Point (1950) (TCM), Shivers (1975) (Criterion Channel), Samurai Cop (1991) (Tubi), Jaws 3 (1983) (HBOMax), Jaws: The Revenge (1987) (HBOMax), 12 Hour Shift (2020) (Hulu), and I Care A Lot (2020) (Netflix) Inception (2010) (I own it & Netflix). They read some listener comments about Inception, and then they talk about the movie, with a little facts sprinkled in along the way. At the end of course we talk a little bit about WandaVision Episode 7. Come back on March 3rd for Akira Kurosawa Remade Pt. 1: Yojimbo (1961) with special guest Tim Martin from Lighting Up The Marquee Podcast.
112 minutes | 14 days ago
The Power of Dreams Pt. 1: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
On this episode, Phillip and his cousin Chip talk about the 1984 classic horror movie A Nightmare on Elm Street. They start the show by talking about and rating what Phillip's been watching; Greenland (2020) (Redbox), Shadow in the Cloud (2021) (Redbox), Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) (HBOMax), A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) (HBOMax), The Money Pit (1986) (I own on dvd.), and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) (HBOMax). Then the two of them dive Deep into dreamland by talking all about A Nightmare on Elm Street and what it means to them, and they include some facts on the way. They then rate the movie, and then they each give a list of some of their favorite movies. There's also a little discussion about episode 6 of WandaVision and the theories of it all. Come back on February 24th for The Power of Dreams Pt. 2: Inception (2010)
94 minutes | 21 days ago
We Ain't Partners...Pt. 2: Midnight Run (1988)
On this episode Phillip is joined once again by his cousin Chip. The two of them discuss what Phillip has watched lately; Strongroom (1962) (YouTube), Hell Night (1981) (Amazon Prime), The Lady and The Dale (2021) (HBOMax), Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (1989) (Amazon Prime), Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) (Criterion Channel), Coming to America (1988) (Amazon Prime), and of course Midnight Run (1988) (HBOMax). Then they dive into the 1988 contemporary classic Midnight Run and talk about some of the behind the scenes facts. They end the show by talking about the Disney + series WandaVision and all the possibilities of that story line. It's another fun episode. Come back next week, on February 17th, for The Power of Dreams Pt. 1: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
87 minutes | a month ago
We Ain't Partners...Pt. 1: 48 Hrs. (1982)
On this episode Phillip is joined once again by his cousin Chip, and the two of them start the show out by paying respect to a listener of the show who had passed away in 2020. Then they talk about what Phillip has watched recently; Run (2020) (Hulu), Born to Kill (1947) (TCM), The Blue Dahlia (1946) (TCM), The Asphalt Jungle (1950) (I own it.), Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer (2021) (Netflix limited series), Godzilla Raids Again (1955) (HBOMax), Escape from New York (1981) (HBOMax), 10 to Midnight (1983) (HBOMax), 48 Hrs. (1982) (I own it.), and The Little Things (2021) (HBOMax). Then they dive deep and talk about their love of the characters of the 1982 classic, 48 hrs. Phillip throws in a bunch of facts and they just talk about how enjoyable the movie is. Come back on February 10th for We Ain't Partners...Pt. 2: Midnight Run (1988) Call or text any comments to 602-688-2403.
82 minutes | a month ago
Gamers Pt. 2: Ready Player One (2018)
On this second episode of Gamers, Phillip is joined again by his cousin Chip. The two of them discuss what Phillip's been watching and then they dive right into talking about Steven Spielberg's 2018 movie, Ready Player One. They discuss all the facts behind the film and their favorite pop culture references. Chip really dug the Krull reference. So sit back and listen to two cousins talk about nostalgia. It's always a fun time. Then come back on February 3rd for We Ain't Partners...Pt. 1: 48 Hrs. (1982) Give us any feedback or questions at 602-688-2403
176 minutes | a month ago
Gamers Pt. 1: The Last Starfighter (1984)
On this, the first episode of the 2021, and it's a long one. Phillip changes things up a bit. The show is 2 films brought together by one topic or theme, but instead of 2 films on one episode, they are one movie per episode., a two parter if you will. So Phil starts the show by talking about the films that he has watched at home or in the theater, and there are quite a lot because he took some time off and hadn't recorded an episode for 3 weeks. Then he is joined by his cousin Chip, who will be a more frequent co-host from now on. They dive deep into the 1984 classic The Last Starfighter. Does it still hold up? Would a kid like this movie today? Then come back on January 27th for Gamers Pt. 2: Ready Player One (2018). Send any questions or comments to email@example.com or call 602-688-2403 and leave a message or a text.
47 minutes | 2 months ago
A Year To Remember
On this special year end episode, Phillip talks about some movies that he has seen since the last show; The Ref (1994) (He owns it on DVD.), Sixteen Candles (1984) (He owns it.), Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) (HBOMax), Badlands (1973) (Criterion Channel), and The Double Man (1967) (TCM). He then gives a little walk through of what has happened in 2020 on the show. Being as it is the end of 2020, and it's been a bad year for everyone, Phillip takes us back to what life was like in 1982. So strap in reminisce about the good times. Then to end the show Phillip talks about one of the biggest box office hits of 1982....E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. He includes his reaction to watching it after not seeing it for 18 years since the 2002 re-release. Hope everyone enjoys the episode. Phillip is going to take a little time off, but will be back on January 20th, 2021 for Gamers, Pt. 1 - The Last Starfighter (1984) with his cousin Chip Reeves.
148 minutes | 2 months ago
My Celluloid Heart: A Christmas Podcast
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! On this very special Christmas episode, Phillip is joined by his cousin Chip. They discuss what Phillip's been watching, their favorite Christmas Movies, their favorite Christmas songs, and their favorite Christmas memories and presents. Toward the end of the show they read some messages and play some voicemails from listeners of the show and hear some of their favorite holiday movies, songs, and/or memories. It is a really fun show. A little long but Phillip and his cousin had a great time. Come back on December 30th for a very special end of the year show to make you for get about the pandemic for awhile.
80 minutes | 2 months ago
Time Squared: Timecop (1994) & Timecrimes (2007)
On this episode, Phil is joined by another Phil from Those Movie Guys Podcast. They both talk all about time travel. The 2 movies this week are Jean Claude Van Damme's Timecop from 1994 and the 2007 Spanish time travel film, directed by Nacho Vigalondo, Timecrimes. Can the two Phil's occupy the same podcast space at the same time? Find out now. It's a fun one. Come back on December 23rd, for a special surprise Holiday Episode.
70 minutes | 3 months ago
The Watchlist: Episode #9
Welcome to The Watchlist, a show that Phillip does between his normal episodes to give you some reviews of the movies he has been watching recently. The movies he has seen this week are; Citizen Kane (1941) (I own on Blu-ray, but it’s streaming on HBOMax and TCM.), Underwater (2020) (HBOMax), Hillbilly Ellegy (2020) (Netflix), The Crazies AKA Code Name: Trixie (1973) (Criterion Channel, but also on Amazon Prime, Vudu w/ads and Tubi.), The Chase (1946) (Criterion Channel, but also on Film Detective for free, or Flix Fling.), Memories of Murder (2003) (I own it.), Blue Steel (1990) (Roku channel, but also on Tubi.), The Public Enemy (1931) (Criterion Channel), Cleopatra Jones (1973) (TCM), Body Double (1984) (I own it, but you can watch it on Pluto TV with ads.), Pool Sharks (1915) (Criterion Channel), Deathdream AKA: Dead of Night (1974)(Criterion Channel, or Vudu w/ads, or Tubi w/ads), The Devil Wears Prada (2006) (I own it), Lighting Up The Marquee Podcast presents: Night In (Director’s Cut) (2018) (Vimeo), and The Midwest Fiasco (2015) (Vimeo). Those last 2 were by a guy from another podcast. Check out the podcast at Lighting Up The Marquee and listen to his episode on Friday where he talks all about making these films and many others. If there are any movies that you want Phillip to see and/or talk about please let him know. Send an email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail or text at 602-688-2403. Join Phillip next week when his special guest is another Phil, and they talk all about time travel, on Time Squared: Timecop (1994) and Timecrimes (2007).
94 minutes | 3 months ago
Deep Welles: Mank (2020) & Citizen Kane (1941)
Phillip starts the show by telling you about Orson Welles radio show The War of the Worlds, then he explains who the main 4 characters are that you need to know about from these films; Orson Welles, Herman J. Mankiewicz, William Randolph Hearst, and Marion Davies. He then dives into talking quickly about the new movie Mank from 2020, and his review of it. After that he dives into Citizen Kane from 1941 with a small review. (What can be said that hasn't been said already.) Then he talks about the after math; Pauline Kael's 1971 essay called Raising Kane in The New Yorker, Orson Welles 1971 letter to the New Yorker, Peter Bogdanovich's Esquire essay from 1972 called The Kane Mutiny, and tons of other facts and fun bits. Come back on December 9th for The Watchlist: Episode #9, and then December 16th for Time Squared: Timecop (1994) & Timecrimes (2007) with another Phil (formerly of Those Movie Guys Podcast).
72 minutes | 3 months ago
The Watchlist: Episode #8
This week Phillip is feeling a lot better and takes you through all the films that he has watched when he was sick and now. The films that he has seen at home or in the theaters are; Theater of Blood (1973) -Criterion Channel,The Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman NETFLIX, Tremors: Shrieker Island (2020) Netflix, Night of the Creeps (1986) Shared from MoviesAnywhere by Joe Merle, The Most Dangerous Game (1932) -TCM, The Gangster (1947) -TCM, The Tax Collector (2020) -Redbox, Darkman (1990) -Peacock, Dangerous Mission (1954) -TCM, I Died A Thousand Times (1956) -TCM, Joint Security Area (2000) -Criterion Channel, 2001: Making a Myth (2001) -Amazon Prime, Freaks (1932) -TCM, Near Dark (1987) -TCM, Assignment to Kill (1969) -TCM, Andre the Giant (2018) -HBOMax, Rapid Fire (1992) -HBOMax, Ride the High Country (1962) -TCM, Ricochet (1991) -HBOMax, Spectre (2015) -ITUNES (I own it.), The Invisible Man (2020) -I OWN, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker (2019) -I OWN, Le Cercle Rogue (1970) -Criterion Channel, Jaws 2 (1978) -HBOMax, Leprechaun (1993) -HBOMax, Let Him Go (2020) -In the theaters, Witches (2020) -HBOMax, True Detective (Season 3) (2019) -HBOMax, The Great Escape (1963) -OWN on Criterion Bluray, The Evil Dead (1981) -I just bought on Bluray, Road Games (1981) -Rented on iTunes, The Crow (1994) -I OWN Now on Bluray, and Mank (2020) -In the theaters. So give a listen, and find out what he thought of all these films. Let us know your thoughts by leaving a text or a voicemail at 602-688-2403
74 minutes | 3 months ago
007: Spectre (2015)
On this episode, Phillip is by himself again, but he is finally close to the finish line of all the James Bond movies leading up to No Time To Die in 2021. Hear him dive deep on Spectre from 2015, and talk about what he likes and dislikes. Hear the song that was almost chosen for the theme, Spectre by Radiohead. It's a fun show. Everyone let us know what you thought of Spectre by sending us an email or leaving a voice message at 602-688-2403. Join us next week for The Watchlist.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
007: Skyfall (2012)
On this episode Phillip starts the show by paying respect to the passing of Sean Connery and then he dives deep into 2012's Skyfall. It's Daniel Craig's 3rd outing as James Bond and he nails it. It might be one of the best Bond films. So sit back and listen while Phillip tells you what he loves about this film as well as some facts mixed in. It's a good one. Join us next week for The Watchlist and then November 18th for Spectre with a special guest.
54 minutes | 4 months ago
The Watchlist: Episode #7
Phillip goes through, and reviews, all the movies that he has been watching in the past 2 weeks; Lifeboat (1944) (5 dollars on iTunes), The Loveless (1981) (Criterion Channel), Quantum of Solace (2008) (Netflix), The Devil-Doll (1936) (TCM), Cat People (1942) (TCM), Lightning Strikes Twice (1951) (TCM), Hell Bound (1957) (Amazon Prime), Walking Tall (1973) (Amazon Prime), The Killer Shrews (1959) (TCM), The Racket (1951) (TCM), The Nightcomers (1971) (Criterion Channel), Domino (2019) (Netflix), Dracula A. D. 1972 (1972) (Criterion Channel), I Am Waiting (1957) (Japanese) (TCM), Death Line AKA Raw Meat (1972) (Criterion Channel), Destination Murder (1950) (TCM), Honest Thief (2020) (Theater), The Wrong Man (1956) (5 dollars on iTunes), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) (Digital Code on Movies Anywhere), Images (1972) (Criterion Channel), Season of the Witch (1972) (Criterion Channel), Merantau (2009) (Vudu Free With Ads), Rebecca (2020) (Netflix), Macao (1952) (TCM), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) (5 dollars on iTunes), Skyfall (2012) (Own the blu-ray and a digital copy), and Buck Privates (1941) (Criterion Channel). Join us next week on November 4th when we talk about Skyfall.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
007: Quantum of Solace (2008)
On this special James Bond episode, Phillip is by himself. He starts the show out by talking about the Criterion Sale and a digital movie that he got from a friend. Then he dives right into Daniel Craig's 2nd outing as Bond in Quantum of Solace from 2008. It's a solid action movie, a solid revenge picture, and especially a solid James Bond movie. So grab your Vesper Martini, or not, and give it a listen. (Quantum of Solace can be found on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.)
42 minutes | 5 months ago
The Watchlist: Episode #6
This week Phillip is using a soundboard for the first time and loving it. He starts the show out by talking a little bit about his life in the new house and his movie watching routine. Then he dives into what he has been watching; Thieves Highway (1949) (YouTube), Armored Car Robbery (1950) (TCM), Dial 1119 (1950) (TCM), Trog (1970) (Criterion Channel), The Vampire Lovers (1970) (Criterion Channel), Let’s Scare Jessica To Death (1971) (Criterion Channel), Daughters of Darkness (1971) (Criterion Channel), Sisters (1972) (Criterion Channel), Ava (2020) (Redbox), The Boys: Season 2 (2020) Episode 7 & 8 (Amazon Prime), The Jerk (1979) (Blu-ray), and The Mummy (1959) (HBO Max). Join us next time for another list of great movies, and join us next week for Quantum of Solace.
64 minutes | 5 months ago
007: Casino Royale (2006)
This week Phillip continues his countdown to No Time To Die. Jason Bromley joins Phillip so the two of them can discuss Daniel Craig's first outing as James Bond in 2006's Casino Royale. The two discuss some of the trivia about the film and some of the awesome things that this movie did to reimagine 007. It is a great film and fun episode. Please text or leave a voicemail at 602-688-2403. Join me next week for The Watchlist Episode #6
33 minutes | 5 months ago
The Watchlist: Episode #5
On this week's special show of The Watchlist, Phillip talks about what he has been watching at home or in the theaters; The Naked City (1948) on HBO Max, Jurassic Park (1993) at the theaters, Man Hunt (1933) on TCM, The Devil All The Time (2020) on Netflix, Cool Runnings (1993) on Disney +, The Deep (1977) on Criterion Channel, The Hunt (2020) I own it, The Boys: Season 2 (2020) episodes 1-6 on Amazon Prime, Fargo Season 4 (2020) (episodes 1 & 2.) on Hulu, #Alive (2020) on Netflix, and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) on Netflix. Then he talks about his physical media collection versus his digital media collection and streaming. It's a nice quick show.
80 minutes | 5 months ago
007: Die Another Day (2002)
On this episode Phillip is joined by his good friend Shawn Hansen, and the 2 of them dive deep into Pierce Brosnan's fourth and final outing as James Bond in Die Another Day from 2002. They have a good time talking about, in their opinion, the worst Bond film ever. We hope you enjoy it. Text or call 602-688-2403, and let us know what you think.
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