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The NetFlakes Podcast
56 minutes | May 17, 2020
#96 - Happy Death Day w/ Kevin Avram
Tune in to hear Dylan and guest Kevin Avram talk about a movie that's equal parts Groundhog Day and Scream. We talk 50 Cent, giant babies, Sonic the Hedgehog, Godzilla: The Series, and so much more! Full show notes at netflakes.ca
49 minutes | Aug 22, 2019
#95 - Sand Storm w/ Moïra Ghazal
Choosing 'Sand Storm' as the movie for this episode, Moïra hoped to offer insight into Middle Eastern culture, and in doing so, whipped us both into a sandstorm of emotion as we talked about this tragic tale of patriarchal oppression in Bedouin Israel. Full episode notes at netflakes.ca
61 minutes | Jan 1, 2019
#94 - Brain On Fire w/ Jason R. Gray
It's not often that I get the chance to talk with someone who's been through the kind of drama worthy of a movie. Jason R. Gray returned to the show to talk about medical drama Brain on Fire, and what happened this year when his own brain set "on fire." It was a pleasure and an honor to talk to Jason about what it was like to watch a movie that so closely paralleled his own terrifying and alienating illness, and how far he's come on the road to recovery. See full show notes at netflakes.ca
60 minutes | Sep 25, 2018
#93 - What We Do In The Shadows w/ Caroline Diezyn
It's a Caroline episode. That's all you need to know to know it's good. And we talked about one of their all-time favourite movies, What We Do in the Shadows. We talked about vampires (duh), Nazis (huh?), and what werewolves can teach us about toxic masculinity. See netflakes.ca for full show notes!
64 minutes | May 28, 2018
#92 - Bo Burnham: Make Happy w/ Kevin Avram
Our guest this episode is comedian and writer Kevin Avram (Twitter), talking about one of the most unique stand-up specials you've ever seen - Bo Burnham: Make Happy. Dylan and Kevin talked about what it means to make art; what it means to perform, both professionally and in our day-to-day lives; and had two very different reactions coming away from Bo Burnham's most painfully honest observations. Full show notes at netflakes.ca
127 minutes | May 7, 2018
#91 - A Ghost Story w/ Jeremy Hobbs
Jeremy Hobbs is back to talk about one of the most unexpectedly affecting movies we've tackled in a long time. A Ghost Story follows a man who, following an accident, finds himself haunting the home he shared with his wife. It can be a challenge to break into, but ultimately, it's an arresting story about grief, loss, and love. Very special thanks to Shilo Pawley for providing her cover of Dark Rooms' "I Get Overwhelmed" for this episode. Full show notes at netflakes.ca
45 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
#90 - Memento w/ Emily Bullas
I spent a lot of my work day laughing with Emily Bullas, host of the upcoming We're Stressed podcast, so I was overjoyed to get the chance to sit down with her to talk about the fun romp that is Memento. Check out full show notes at netflakes.ca
63 minutes | Apr 1, 2018
#89 - Jurassic World w/ Amy Mugglestone
I was thrilled to get the chance to speak with podcast host (The Willard Price Adventure Podcast) and perennial dinosaur kid Amy Mugglestone about the immensely successful reborquel Jurassic World. You can find The Willard Price Adventure Podcast on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Twitter, Facebook, Libsyn, and wherever fine podcasts can be found. Head to netflakes.ca for full shot notes!
77 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
#88 - Dazed And Confused w/ Caroline Diezyn
When Netflix put co-host Caroline Diezyn's all-time favourite movie on Netflix, how could we not talk about it? We're talking, of course, about Richard Linklater teen movie classic, Dazed and Confused. Full show notes at netflakes.ca
58 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
#87 - 'Coherence' Is Great Sci-Fi With An Even Better Origin Story
Our guest, Patrick Fletcher (of The Quarter Portion Podcast) brought in one of his all-time favourite movies, 2013's underappreciated sci-fi mindbender, Coherence.
55 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
#86 - 'Gerald's Game' Is A #MeToo Horror Movie That Doesn't Pull Any Punches
cw: rape, child sexual assault, self-harm Our guest, Courtney Enlow (of Syfy Fangrrls, Pajiba, and more) brought a movie for discussion that was far tougher than either of us realized. Gerald's Game seems like it's going to be a straight thriller movie about a woman (Carla Gugino), who is trapped in handcuffs after her husband (Bruce Greenwood), dies during a sex game. What neither of us could have expected was that the movie would explore sexual violence, trauma, and the monsters who perpetrate them. Full show notes at netflakes.ca
36 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
Bonus Episode - Interview w/ Jed Brian (Director of 'Unlisted Owner')
I got to chat with director Jed Brian about his debut horror film, Unlisted Owner. We talked about what it was like to make the movie, the criticisms he's gotten about his realistic characters, and what it's taken to break onto the horror charts with an indie found footage film. Further shownotes at www.netflakes.ca
61 minutes | Jan 28, 2018
#85 - 'Coraline' Is A Masterpiece Of Stop-Motion Animation But Not Much Else
A duo of returning guests, Nahmi Lee and Tom Stuart helped take a hard look at Coraline and why it hasn't become the animated classic it seemed to be fated to be. Full show notes on http://www.netflakes.ca
72 minutes | Jan 15, 2018
#84 - Why 'Legend' Is A Better Gangster Movie Than 'Goodfellas'
CW: suicide, sexual assault I am thrilled to welcome co-host Caroline Diezyn back to the country and back to the podcast. After two scrapped plans to review crime movies in the past, I finally got the chance to talk about a crime drama with Caroline. Legend tells the true-ish story of Ronnie and Reggie Kray, twin mobsters from the East End of London during the late 1960s. In this telling, the brothers (both played by Tom Hardy) seem impossibly charming but, like with any good gangster movie, have their devious deeds catch up to them.
146 minutes | Jan 1, 2018
#83 - How 'Christine' Honors The Life Of Christine Chubbuck, Not Just Her Infamous Death
CW: suicide This episode will deal at great length with the topic of suicide. Please check SuicidePrevention.ca for resources and crisis centers near you, or for American listeners, please check Suicidology.com's crisis centers. In telling the story of a woman best known for her live suicide on a news broadcast, Christine ran the risk of being exploitative, even pornographic. But in the hands of lead actor Rebecca Hall and director Antonio Campos, the movie ends up instead as a tribute to the real Christine Chubbuck and a seemingly sincere exploration of why she died when and how she did. Before that, we also couldn't go without talking about Netflix's latest Marvel series, The Punisher. More extensive shownotes available at netflakes.ca
54 minutes | Dec 17, 2017
BONUS EPISODE - The Fly w/ Dylan Clark-Moore (via Liminalia)
A few month ago, I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Tom Stuart on his own terrific podcast about one of my former all-time favourite movies, The Fly. Check out the rest of Liminalia @liminaliacast on SoundCloud or on Apple Podcasts.
167 minutes | Dec 3, 2017
#82 - Black Mirror Is Great When It's Bleak But Best When It Has Hope (San Junipero)
With guest Jeremy Hobbs,. We didn't want to miss anything, so we went blow-by-blow through San Junipero, talking about technology, immortality, queerness, music, and love. You don't want to miss it.
70 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
#81 - Other Women Are A Girl's Best Friend - 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' Review
There's a lot going on both on and under the surface of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. We talked about female friendships, dodgy men, the myth of Marilyn Monroe, and so much more. Full notes available at netflakes.ca
65 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
#80 - 'The Guest' Is A B-Movie With An A-Movie Polish
Jason came prepared to defend The Guest as a guiltless pleasure thriller made by a horror director who knew exactly what he was doing. Meanwhile, I was on board until the third act completely derailed the whole experience. Give a listen to our conversation and let us know what you thought. More show notes at netflakes.ca
67 minutes | Oct 23, 2017
#79 - 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World' is the Kind of Nerdy Male Fantasy We Need to Move Past
The Movie: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) With guest Chris de Hoog from The Quarter Portion Podcast (site, Twitter, Facebook, and iTunes). For both myself and Chris, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World felt like it was made just for us. Now, it's safe to say that some shine has come off the ultimate nerd fairy tale. Full show notes available at www.netflakes.ca
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