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17 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Catch the Wizard Episode 1: The Black Riders in Bree
This special episode is the first of Duane's new project, Catch the Wizard. Catch the Wizard is all about finding the magic in the primary and secondary worlds. Taking inspiration from the work and thought of J.R.R. Tolkien, Catch the Wizard seeks to explore how creators make worlds that have a very real impact on readers, viewers, and listeners through recovery, escape, and consolation. You can check out Catch the Wizard at the links below. Website: http://catchthewizard.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEVeUmuBpDTKF1iQ5oXTDlw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/catchthewizard Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/catchthewizard/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/catchthewizard
90 minutes | Feb 3, 2019
Episode 76 - RagnaPanthInfiniWar
Welcome to the newest episode of the podcast formerly known as Watch.Read.Listen. In this long-delayed episode, David and Duane discuss the podcast's hiatus and the state of political discourse on social media, before eventually getting to the main topic: Thor:Ragnarok, Black Panther, and Avengers: Infinity War. Things discussed in this episode: Podcasts taking the name of other podcasts Online political discourse and how everything is terrible The You are Not So Smart podcast episode with Lilliana Mason, author of Uncivil Agreement Taika Waititi's films Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology The title of Avengers IV (surprise, it's Endgame!) The website has been changed to wrlpodcast.com. The email is still watchreadlistenpodcast at gmail dot com, and you can also check us out on Facebook and Twitter.
109 minutes | Dec 17, 2017
Episode 75 - I'm Mary Poppins, Y'all! w/ Spider-Man
Duane, and David discuss the latest Home Video releases from the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Hope you guys enjoy!
115 minutes | Dec 5, 2017
The Magnificent Seven Samurai - Episode 74
In this episode, David and Duane discuss Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai (1954), John Sturges's The Magnificent Seven (1960), and Antoine Fuqua's The Magnificent Seven (2016). Can Chris Pratt outshine Steve McQueen or Toshiro Mifune? How do changes in time period and country affect the story? This week: Duane watched: Spaceship Terror (2011) and Blood Demon Rising (2017) directed by Harry Tchinsky The Ideal (2011) directed by Wes Tomasz Ciesla Talon Falls (2017) directed by Joshua Shreve Malice the Origin (2015) and Malice: Metamorphosis (2016) directed by Philip Cook Little Monsters (1989) directed by Richard Greenberg The Three Musketeers (1993) directed by Stephen Herek Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) directed by Kevin Reynolds David watched: Mayhem (2017) directed by Joe Lynch The Confession Tapes (2017) created by Kelly Loudenberg Shadow of Truth (2017) created by Yotam Guendelman, Ari Pines, and Mika Timor
124 minutes | Nov 18, 2017
Episode 73 - Last Yojimbo Dollars
The Brother's Watson begin the first part examing the Samurai films of Akira Kurosawa against the backdrop of the films they inspired/ripped-off. This time they are covering Yojimbo (1961; Directed by Akira Kurosawa)/A Fistful of Dollars(1964; Directed by Sergio Leone/Last Man Standing (1996; Directed by Walter Hill). This Week (For the Recorded... This was recorded in Late September): Duane: Emery live It (1990) and It (2017) as well as Stephen King's original novel IT. David: Darkthrone's Unholy Trilogy (A Blaze in the Northern Sky; 1992, Under a Funeral Moon; 1993, Transilvanian Hunger; 1994) The Body (band) mother! (Directed by Darren Aronofsky)
155 minutes | Nov 12, 2017
Episode 72 - This Is Halloween, Week 4 (Every Day Is Halloween)
The Watson Brothers conquer October, with Duane, the Underdog, Watson tackling 44 films, to David's 37. Listen to them chat about what they watched. But first, Duane goes into seeing mewithYou in Austin, while the boys both discuss John Carpenter's Anthology album, and the latest from Liam Gallagher "As You Were". They also chat about Warner Brothers/Amazon contemplating a redo of The Lord of the Rings. Shoe Coble stops in for a minute to discuss what turns out to be a common fear, and much more! Listen and enjoy! Watch.Read.Listen. Theme (Curse These Evil Octopi) written and performed by Duane Watson; Manipulated by David Watson The kiddo on the intro and outro is Dalton Coble-Watson (produced by Shoe Coble and David Watson). Music: Ministry - Just One Fix; Ministry - Every Day (Is Halloween)
108 minutes | Nov 11, 2017
Episode 71 - This Is Halloween, Week 3 (New Jersey, F**k You Ghost)
Being fashionably late (at least that's what we tell ourselves) The Watson Brothers breakdown their third week of October watches. This doesn't go off the rails, and hopefully, you guys get a kick out of it! Watch.Read.Listen. Intro Music by Duane Watson, manipulated by David Watson Music: White Zombie - Electric Head, Pt. 2; Rob Zombie - Return of the Phantom Stranger
83 minutes | Oct 23, 2017
This is Halloween - Week 2
The Brother's Watson run down their list of what they have watched for the second week of October.
82 minutes | Oct 18, 2017
BONUS EPISODE - Holy Mother-Forking Shirt-Balls
David is joined by long-time guest Shoe Coble to discuss The Good Place, a show that more people should be talking about (and watching). Maybe they can convince you? Warning: Spoilers at about the 18:45 mark. Music: Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine
167 minutes | Oct 14, 2017
Episode 69 - This Is Halloween, Week 1- Part 1
The Watson Brother's decide to go their own path for the month of October, and discuss the films that they are watching for the Month of October (or Halloween Month). See what they recommend, see what they have watched. This Week: No This Week (That's the whole episode) Special Guest: Shoe Coble (talking about Gerald's Game) Music: John Carpenter and Alan Howarth- Halloween 3 (Silver Shamrock theme); Marilyn Manson - Get Your Gunn; John Carpenter - Halloween theme
93 minutes | Sep 16, 2017
Episode 68 - We Talk About Stuff
This is not the promised episode on Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and The Nice Guys, but The Watson Brother's sat down and decided to just shoot the breeze (no pun intended). They discussed Colin Trevorrow's exit from Star Wars Episode XI, various other things, and is IT a horror film, and the aversion to calling it that. Music: Pop Will Eat Itself - Ich Bin Ein Auslander; The Stooges - Search & Destroy; My Own Private Alaska - After You
145 minutes | Sep 2, 2017
Episode 67 - This is Not an Episode about names that we like...It's an episode about Lethal Weapon and The Last Boyscout
This episode from the Watson Brother's is late... It's David's fault. They talk Lethal Weapon (1987) and The Last Boy Scout (1991). David happens to be drunk during the last half, and Duane is awesome and on point. Duane didn't write this description. Honest. Promos: The Psychosemantic Podcast; Short Bus Cinema Music: Black Light Burns: How To Look Naked; Childish Gambino: Bonfire; Killing Joke: The Death and Resurrection Show
36 minutes | Aug 13, 2017
Special Report - RoboCop 3
The Brother's Watson give you a nice quick little breakdown of their thoughts on Fred Dekker's last directorial effort, the much maligned RoboCop 3. Hopefully, they don't lose listener's as they partially defend the film while acknowledging it's blatant flaws. Listen and enjoy!
151 minutes | Aug 3, 2017
Episode 66 - Creep Squad! (in Color)
We're back! After a hiatus The Watson Brother's begin a dive into the films of Fred Dekker and Shane Black (appropriately titled Black 'n' Dekker Month). This episode they cover the first two films in Fred Dekker's career with 1986's Night of the Creeps followed by 1987's Shane Black co-written The Monster Squad. They talk the nuance and craft of making a genre-mashing classic like Creeps, and also about whether their parents were in their right mind to let them watch The Monster Squad when they did. They also address the passing of legendary director George A. Romero, as well as the phenomenal actor Martin Landau. But first they discuss what they've been Watch, Reading, and/or Listening to; Duane: The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin The Gunslinger by Stephen King Game of Owns Podcast To Speak of Wolves - Dead in the Shadow (2017) David: Your Movie Sucks DOT ORG (Specifically the episodes on Megan is Missing and Adam Green's Frozen) Kong: Skull Island (2017) Red Letter Media's re:View of George A. Romero's Martin Promos: The Podcast Under the Stairs Cinema PSYOPS The Little Pod of Horrors
119 minutes | Jul 10, 2017
This is the Zodiac Speaking - Episode 65
In this episode of the Watch.Read.Listen. podcast, David and Duane discuss David Fincher's 2007 film Zodiac, based on Robert Graysmith's book of the same name, and Don Siegel's 1971 film Dirty Harry, loosely based on the Zodiac Killer. This Week: Duane: Tale Foundry (YouTube) As the Story Grows (podcast) - Living Sacrifice "Reborn" Special Dead Poets Society David: The Blackcoat's Daughter (2015) The Fifth Column (podcast) Vice News - Evergreen College We also go on a bit of a tangent with a political discussion, because, you know, reasons. Check us out at watchreadlisten.net and if you're feeling up to it, leave us a review on iTunes (we'll read it on the show). Let us know what you think of the show and any possible show ideas over at our Facebook Group or Page, or email us at watchreadlistenpodcast -at- gmail -dot- com.
90 minutes | Jun 13, 2017
Episode 64 - GET OUT!
Duane and David tackle Jordan Peele's 2017 breakout film, Get Out. They try their best to unpack the film as a couple of white dude's who grew up in the south. They find a lot to love about the film, and even discuss how smart it is that Peele didn't go the didactic route with his socio-political film. THIS WEEK: Duane: The Handmaid's Tale (book, and Hulu Series; DJ Cumberbund; Nerdwriter - Superheroes Get Old; Interview with Cory Doctorow; Logan NOIR David: Twin Peaks - The Return (first 4 episodes); The Keeper's (first 5 episodes) Promos: Cinema PSYOPS; The Psychosemanticast; The Little Pod of Horrors Music: Faith No More - Get Out; At The Drive-In - Invalid Litter Dept. Make sure to check us out on Facebook at Watch.Read.Listen. Podcast (both the Group, and the regular page), and hey, those iTunes reviews, give us 5 stars if you feel like we deserve it.
39 minutes | Jun 2, 2017
Special Edition - Duane On Criticism
On this special edition of Watch.Read.Listen., Duane flies a metaphorical plane solo across the equally metaphorical sea of Criticism as he discusses his current thinking on the purpose of criticism and what critics should do. He also feels really weird typing this in the third person, but hey, what can ya do? Stuff mentioned in this episode: C.S. Lewis's On Stories Comic Book Girl 19: - LIVE: 45 minutes of bitching about X-Men Apocalypse - Doctor Strange Review Devin Faraci's X-Men: Apocalypse Review C.S. Lewis and E.M.W. Tillyard's The Personal Heresy: A Controversy Please join us next week (hopefully!) for our discussion of Jordan Peele's Get Out (2017).
108 minutes | May 26, 2017
Episode 63 - We Go Off The Rails
Duane and David are back! And the delay is all the little brother's fault. He took way to long editing an episode that was recorded over a week ago. If you want to replace him go to our facebook page and let Duane know that he needs to shit can him. David wrote this, so he isn't linking to the page so he doesn't get fired. We asked the peeps to ask us some questions and we answered them without completely embarrassing ourselves. There is also an apperance by the great Sir Dalton, the Wise. So tune in! And if you liked what you heard go to the web-site, www.watchreadlisten.net, and read and listen to everything the boys have done!
84 minutes | May 6, 2017
Episode 62 - I Am One With The Force, The Force Is With Me
David, and Duane, dive head first into the first non-saga entry in the Star Wars universe with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. They discuss story elements they like, where they think a more interesting story might lie, and shoe-horning in characters so that you can clap when they appear on screen. They also shoe-horn in a little discussion on Star Wars: The Last Jedi (because everyone else is...so why not). THIS WEEK Duane: Mr. Sunday Movies - The Last Jedi; Better Call Saul, Season Two; Channel Zero: Candle Cove; Dimension 404; Mother Tongue by Bill Bryson; The Choir - Wide Eyed Wonder Live David: Better Call Saul, Season Two; Carnage Park; The Nerd Crew by Red Letter Media Promos: The Hail Ming Power Hour; Short Bus Cinema And check out a bunch of other great podcast at Legion Podcasts! MUSIC: David Bowie - Heroes; Oasis - Heroes
116 minutes | Apr 27, 2017
Episode 61 - There is No Spoon...'Cause It's a Spork
A little late, but here is the second half of Duane and David's The Matrix Trilogy talk as they dive into the sequels 2003's The Matrix Reloaded, and 2003's (see what I did there) The Matrix Revolutions. Hope you guys enjoy! And don't forget to give us a rating on iTunes if you enjoy what we do! There is no this week, as we recorded this at the same time as The Matrix (1999) talk. And tune in, in a few days when we drop our thoughts on Rogue One (2016)!
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