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Movie Madness

Erik Childress

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Movie Madness is a weekly podcast hosted by Chicago film critic Erik Childress presenting movie reviews, interviews, film festival coverage, DVDs, awards, box office and much more!
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Mystery Movie Madness

No Future INC.

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Each Episode We secretly choose movies from a category. Then give clues and attempt to guess each other’s movies. The winner chooses a category for a future episode. Test your movie knowledge and try to guess Our movies before We can. Episodes are filled with movie sound clips and music.
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Movie Madness with Khalil Jamal

CIUT and CB Media Network

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Movie Madness with Khalil Jamal (@khaliljamal03) is a thought provoking, and topic driven journey through the top pop culture and Hollywood stories of the week. Khalil is joined by a large array of Hollywood guests from both in front of and behind the camera who provide great insights into the industry and their careers. Made possible by the Community Radio Fund of Canada | (CRFC)
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A comedy film show presented by Tom Batt and Jonathan Watson. Each week they discuss a film that had an impact on their measly lives. They also play a game called Equal Sequel Wars with hilarious results. WARNING! Contains spoilers and strong language.
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Movie Musical Madness

Broadway Podcast Network

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They lost it at the movies—Broadway shows did, that is. Go past the silver screen with host Mark Peikert to figure out why these film versions of stage hits flailed in celluloid or superseded their origins.Produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales for the Broadway Podcast Network.
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"High Concept" apparently means "really stupid and poorly thought out". Junior (1994) is a film that desperately tries to blend comedy, science fiction, and social commentary but ends up being a tedious and unenjoyable mess. Despite the star power of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito, and Emma Thompson, this movie falls flat in nearly every aspec…
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For the 10-year anniversary of the end of the legendary animated show Detnetionaire, Khalil Jamal (@khaliljamal03) is joined by Mathlete Irwin Dexter voice actor Lyon Smith (@lyon_shoots), to talk all things Detentionaire and his acting career. Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Fol…
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Some great titles to put into your physical media library this week and Peter Sobczynski is here with Erik Childress to help guide you through them. It all begins with one of the great films of the 1980s that put Tom Cruise on the path to stardom. Tom Hanks missed an Oscar nom but delivered one of his best performances for Paul Greengrass and Ang L…
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In this break dancing episode The Collector, Joe McCrispy, K-Tron, & Special Guest Del Kid attempt to kick ass the only way they know how.....on the dance floor. The Collector gets schooled, McCrispy reconnects with old friends, K-Tron joins the choir, & Del Kid takes a trip. Do you have what it takes to dance in a town that doesn't allow dancing a…
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For the 10-year anniversary of the end of the legendary animated show Detnetionaire, Khalil Jamal (@khaliljamal03) as he is joined by Principal Barrage voice actor Sean Cullen, to talk all things Detentionaire and his acting career. Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Follow us on @c…
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For an 80's boobie movie, this sure does feel wholesome somehow. "State Park," the 1988 comedy that has quietly garnered a dedicated cult following over the years, stands out as a delightful anomaly in the landscape of 80s teen comedies. This movie, often described as a summer version of the era's quintessential skiing flicks, turns all the expecte…
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Before each of them take their respective vacations, Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy have nine movies for you to check out or throw away. They include Guy Pearce in a Lee Tamahori film about warring Maori tribes (The Convert) and Baltasar Kormákur decades-spanning romantic saga (Touch). Documentaries cover the range of the career of one of our gre…
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Peter Sobczynski has the rundown on this week’s physical media with Erik Childress. Leading the way are French classics by Jean-Pierre Melville and Patrice Leconte. They talk about the controversies surrounding Todd Solondz third feature and the strange hiatus of director Robert Butler. 4K tries to clean-up a second helping of the Ghoulies and a Th…
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So this entire movie is just being recounted during a police interrogation? Face it, R.O.T.O.R. is one of the best bad movies there is. "R.O.T.O.R." is a cinematic gem that defies all conventional standards of quality to deliver an experience so bad it's absolutely good. This 1980s sci-fi action flick is a masterclass in unintentional comedy and be…
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Khalil (@khaliljamal03) first is joined by Barry Hertz (@HertzBarry), who is the Deputy Arts Editor and Film Editor for The Globe and Mail. They discuss all things Canadian film and culture including the chaos of Hot Docs and the Revue Cinema news. Then they discuss the slumping box office and if superhero movies are the saviour. Then they discuss …
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy do not skimp this week serving up 11 new reviews for you. Erik looks at Paul Raci as a spiritual guru who may have achieved a new kind of grief transcendence (The Secret Art of Human Flight) while Emma Roberts does Legally Blonde Goes To NASA (Space Cadet). Steve has a film about the Eichmann trial (June Zero) and t…
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There is not a lot to add to your physical media collection this week. But what there is you will want to get your hands on. Peter Sobczynski joins Erik Childress to talk about the tortured history of one of Sam Peckinpah’s greatest westerns. Music stars in movies gets a little sillier with Weird Al Yankovic and Madonna. Silliness gets raised to an…
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I'm sorry, I already forgot everything about this movie. And so will you. "A Family Affair" (2024) is a film that struggles to rise above mediocrity in almost every aspect. From its trite and mundane script to its overall tone and feel, which screams Hallmark Original, this movie is a disappointment on multiple levels. The plot is as predictable as…
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Khalil (@khaliljamal03) debunks some Acolyte controversies and then he is joined by director Max Tatum (@maximos.e.t) of the Haunted Henry pilot which is free to watch on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z8Cj7-wu8k) Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Follow us at @comicboys…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy have eight movie reviews for you this week. They include a new film about religious fanaticism from the filmmakers behind Goodnight Mommy and The Lodge (The Devil’s Bath) plus a documentary about the horrific legacy of a questionable John Wayne film (The Conqueror: Hollywood Fallout). A Sundance film from 2023 with …
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A pretty solid week for new Blu-ray and 4K arrivals that Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski talk you through. They include, arguably, David Lynch’s best film and the consequences if you choose an ice dancing show over it. Orson Welles’ first foray into cinematic Shakespeare as well as a special collection of the cavalcade of films released in the …
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Don't go running in the park at night! It's not smart! If you ever find yourself yearning for a film that epitomizes the phrase "so bad it's good," look no further than the 1984 classic Alley Cat. This cinematic gem stars Karin Mani as Billie, a karate black belt street justice fighter whose commitment to poor decision-making is nothing short of le…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy have seven films for you to hear about this week. Two you heard about before when June Squibb went into action mode on a phishing scam at Sundance (Thelma) and Rachel Sennott nannies a teenage girl (I Used To Be Funny). Still funny are the queer comedians featured in a new Netflix doc (Outstanding: A Comedy Revoluti…
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Actress Shayelin Martin joins the show to talk about her new movie Wild Goat Surf. Khalil also discusses why no one has been going to movie theatres this year with Eyad. Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Follow us at @comicboys_ on social media Follow CIUT on Instagram @ciut895fm S…
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A lot of great titles for your physical media library and Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski are here to guide you through it. They include the debut films from the Wachowskis and Jeff Nichols. Plenty of noir to go around this week courtesy of Kino, Paul Schrader and a look at the new 4K Chinatown package. They discuss some of the Robocop follow-u…
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Did Stephanie ever have to worry about the incinerator? "Stuff Stephanie in the Incinerator" is a delightful surprise that defies all expectations. As someone who was anticipating the typical over-the-top antics synonymous with Troma releases, I was completely taken aback by the film's unique charm. This movie is not just another exploitative romp;…
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In this crime filled episode The Collector, Joe McCrispy, K-Tron, & Special Guest Jet Mike gang up and attempt to take on the criminal underbelly. The Collector drinks soda, McCrispy goes to hell, K-Tron works on crazy experiments, & Jet Mike fights naziism. Do you have what it takes to fight crime and guess Our movies before We can? Don't forget t…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy have no anxiety reviewing eight movies this week. Especially when one is a replay of a movie they raved about at Sundance and won the Audience Award at their Chicago Critics Film Festival this year (Ghostlight). But Steve also talks about Jude Law and Alicia Vikander in a story about Henry VIII (Firebrand) as well a…
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It is a bit on the lackluster side of physical media releases this week but there are a few gems to get your wallets involved. Peter Sobczynski and Erik Childress talk about the final film from Rainer Werner Fassbinder and the final appearance of Alec Guinness. As series with four entries goes there is more love for Shrek than Species. The T&A teen…
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On this six-movie week, Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy go back two years to revisit a Dakota Johnson comedy that debuted at Sundance in 2022 (Am I OK?). Erik goes back a couple of weeks to look at the true story of a Chinese immigrant turned eye surgeon (Sight). There are sharks in the Siene (Under Paris) and young women are getting whacked aroun…
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It may be a light week on the physical media front but that’s also less money to spend and there is some choice stuff discussed by Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski. They include Terry Gilliam’s seemingly impossible adaptation of a Hunter S. Thompson novel, more Johnny Depp in animated form, the tale of the first black regiment in the Civil War a…
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Look into your future and see if you're gonna be in any other movies. Looks bleak! "Madame Web" is a masterclass in how not to make a superhero movie or really any movie for that matter. From start to finish, it's a torturous slog through wooden acting, a plot riddled with more holes than Swiss cheese, and an antagonist so one-dimensional and impla…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy get back into their reviewing ways with 10 new films this week. They include documentaries about an infamous movie app (Moviepass, Moviecrash), a filmmaker and his unfinished projects (Flipside) and the career of a bonafide genius (Jim Henson: Idea Man). Steve looks at a story of a 19th century Jewish boy raised as …
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Thrill as J-Lo complains in a chair in front of green screen for 45 minutes. That butt, tho.... "Atlas," starring Jennifer Lopez, aims to be a thrilling sci-fi adventure but ultimately lands in the realm of forgettable mediocrity. The plot, which revolves around a dystopian future and a battle for humanity's survival, is riddled with flaws and hole…
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Peter Sobczynski returns to talk new Blu-rays with Erik Childress. This week includes the debut feature from Karyn Kusama and one of last year’s Oscar winners from Criterion. Arrow has some Guillermo Del Toro in 4K and Severin has a whole slew of Italian horror being upgraded. They talk about one of the films to get the rare “F” from Cinemascore an…
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Six movies in theaters and on streaming are reviewed by Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy this week. They include a pair of documentaries about one of the greatest bands of all-time (The Beach Boys) and the death-defying pilots of the Air Force (The Blue Angels). The Monday-hating cat who loves lasagna gets the animated treatment (The Garfield Movie…
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In this genetic filled episode The Collector, Joe McCrispy, K-Tron, & Special Guest Last Action Harris slap on their spandex and fight crime. The Collector finds an old friend, McCrispy goes antiquing , K-Tron goes on a road trip, & Last Action Harris goes to party town. Do you have what it takes to guess Our movies, mutate, & use super powers befo…
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The latest and greatest of Blu-rays this week have Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski disagreeing on the films of Joe Carnahan. There are two Val Kilmer projects; one certainly better than the other (though it did produce a great John Frankenheimer story) as well as some early horror from Bob Clark and a more recent one from Osgood Perkins getting…
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Less people get sat on by robots in war, I guess. So Robot Jox is a conglomeration of many other staples in 1989. You've got a post-apocalyptic setting thanks to the Cold War. You've got a sports related global event ala Rollerball, Deathrace 2000, Running Man, et. al. And you've got robots fighting ala Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots. Ok, maybe the last …
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy look at seven films this week. They include the latest directorial effort from Ethan Hawke (Wildcat) and the hilarious feature debut from Pamela Adlon (Babes). Horror gets a Danish sequel 30 years later (Nightwatch: Demons Are Forever) and Renny Harlin starts a new trilogy in the home invasion series (The Strangers:…
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Detentionaire director and former Disney animator Kevin Micallef joins the show to discuss a wide range including Detentionaire, his career as an animator and even his thoughts on AI and the future of animation. Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Follow us at @comicboys_ on social m…
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This week certainly has the latest and the greatest in Blu-rays. Depending on who you ask of course. If you inquire with Erik Childress and Peter Sobczynski you will certainly here about one of the greatest westerns of all-time (Erik’s favorite) as well as a film that deserves to be among the very best of Sidney Lumet’s career. Michael Powell direc…
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The Highlander theatrical cannon comes to a close...by making all the same mistakes as the first two movies and we can't thank them enough for it. Highlander: Final Dimensions is a rollercoaster of absurdity that somehow manages to entertain despite its sheer ridiculousness. From the mind-boggling plot that's as convoluted as a tangled ball of yarn…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy stick to just four films this week including the acclaimed comedy from Joanna Arnow (The Feeling That The Time For Doing Something Has Passed) and an adaptation into Anne Hathaway scandalously falling for a Boy Band member. The scandal! (The Idea of You). Jerry Seinfeld and a giant cast of comedians tell their versi…
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Director Grant Harvey (@grantcombustion) joins the show to discuss a wide range of topics including Dune Part 2, the pros and cons of long movies, how to fix the movie industry and so much more. Check out @comicboys_ on Instagram to enter into the Mean Girls (2024) giveaway which ends on May 14th2024 at 11:55pm EST Tune in every week and embark on …
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This week’s physical media show has a little of everything and a lot of heartbreak. Nancy Savoca provides the latter as the “Savocaissance” continues on Blu-ray this year but there is also early James L. Brooks with Burt Reynolds missing out in a stacked year of Oscar nominees. We have an Anthony Mann western and a Roman Polanski thriller; a double…
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Its that time of year where we celebrate another year of reviewing and loving bad movies. Each year we count down our individual favorite movies we saw in the last 12 months. If you want to find out exactly which bad movies you should watch right now, this is the episode you'll want to listen to. Can we finally all agree on a #1? Plus we also count…
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In this transforming episode The Collector, Joe McCrispy, K-Tron, & Special Guest Mr.Meats try and avoid a silver bullet. The Collector meets new people, McCrispy carves a pumpkin, K-Tron gets some long awaited rest, & Mr.Meats says screw it and drinks a beer. Do you have what it takes to stop us from changing into a werewolf and guess Our movies b…
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Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy look at a half-dozen movies this week. If fashion design is your thing then Steve has a documentary for you (John Singer Sargent: Fashion and Swagger). He has also been telling Erik about this great big spider movie since last year. Does he share the sentiment? (Infested). Steve catches up a pandemic-era comedy from…
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This week’s physical media show features Peter Sobczynski and Erik Childress talking about a seminal propaganda film from the ‘60s that inspired a ‘70s scene in Boogie Nights plus some science-fiction from the 1980s from Imprint. The ‘80s also across an all-star cast that helped launch Julia Roberts and a Nancy Savoca film from the ‘90s due for a r…
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For the 10-year anniversary of the end of the legendary animated show Detnetionaire, Khalil Jamal (@khaliljamal03) as he is joined by Lynch voice actor Brian Froud, to talk all things Detentionaire and his acting career. Tune in every week and embark on a journey with us! Follow the podcast on your favorite podcast apps! Follow us on @comicboys_ Fo…
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Are you enough of a tough guy verbally to handle how much of a tough guy everyone is in this movie when even the ladies are tough guys? No chance. "The Rage" is a rollercoaster of a movie, and not necessarily in a good way. Strap in for some truly crazy stunts that will have you gripping the edge of your seat... or maybe just scratching your head i…
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Eight movie reviews this week from Erik Childress and Steve Prokopy include both surprises and disappointments. Steve checks out a new crime film with Scoot McNairy and Kit Harington (Blood for Dust) and Erik goes to space briefly with the new IMAX short (Deep Sky). There are some lovely films to find including the latest and possibly last from Ken…
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This week in physical media, Peter Sobczynski and Erik Childress look at new releases from Bela Tarr to Luc Besson. Sony finalizes releases one of the best films from John Sayles and Shout Factory puts out an Oscar winning film from Paul Schrader. They discuss the merits of a classic western now in 4K as well as go through the entire Jack Ryan fran…
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Hot coeds go to a bowling alley and unlock a poop monster and find death and love in the process. "Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama" is a delightful romp through the absurd and the outrageous, delivering a unique blend of horror, comedy, and pure camp that is sure to entertain audiences of all tastes. Released in 1987, this cult classic …
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