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Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary invite you to become a customer at Video Archives, the store that started it all. Joined by their announcer Gala Avary, they’ll travel back in time to revisit old classics and discover new favorites, pulled from the actual VHS tapes that Quentin and Roger used to recommend to customers at the original Video Archives store in Manhattan Beach. From controversial James Bond films to surprising exploitation flicks, the duo will expose you to movies you didn't kn ...
 
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Quentin, Roger & Gala answer more listener questions this week on the After Show! Topics include: the best films about food, the most popular rental titles from Video Archives, the greatest movie tie-in board games, and an unsolved movie mystery. Plus: Quentin shares a story about a former Video Archives customer. Learn more about this week’s films…
 
Director Joe Dante (Gremlins, Piranha, The Movies That Made Me podcast) joins the Video Archives crew on a journey to find Servando González’s The Fool Killer! Taking place shortly after the Civil War, a young Southern boy wanders the countryside, meeting various odd characters along the way. One of them tells him the story of the vengeful Fool Kil…
 
Quentin, Roger & Gala bring much more insight on Sonny & Jed, Mister Scarface and American Nitro to this week’s After Show! Tune in to hear why Sonny & Jed is a literal spaghetti Western, stories from Roger’s time in Brasil, more about the fascinating characters in American Nitro, what Peter Hyams and Sergio Corbucci have in common, and a brilliant…
 
Quentin & Roger get the sun in their eyes as they watch Sergio Corbucci’s chaotic, mud-soaked Sonny & Jed. After a brief discussion of Corbucci’s life and cinematic influence, they’ll get into what makes Corbucci’s villains unique, the skill of his camera operators, and Telly Savalas’ role in the film. This movie is the reason the West was called w…
 
Today we’re prying open the Video Vault for a discussion of Gene Wilder’s spook-show sendup Haunted Honeymoon! Quentin, Roger & Gala talk about Wilder’s old-fashioned sensibilities, the joys of seeing a classic radio play performed live, and where the film starts to fall apart. Plus: more from Gala’s interview with Roger on the history of Video Arc…
 
Quentin & Roger join LAPD’s Vice Squad with Peter Hyams’ Busting! Starring Elliott Gould & Robert Blake, these two LA vice cops find themselves up against corrupt superiors when they try to bring a crime boss to justice. The duo discuss where Busting fits into Hyams’ career, how the film walks the line, and how the action sequences predate 80s Hong…
 
Gala’s VHS copy of Cry For Me Billy finally arrived! In today’s After Show, she talks to Roger & Quentin about the powerful impression Xochitl makes with almost no dialogue, and what makes this series of small vignettes so compelling. Plus, thoughts on the landscapes of Rage, and how The Loved One’s reel change translated to other mediums. Learn mo…
 
They called it an accident; he called it a murder. Join Roger & Quentin as they’re filled with rage after watching George C. Scott’s Rage. The duo talks about what happens when the class system fails, Scott’s connection to Kubrick, and what a main will do when he has nothing left to lose. Next, the motion picture with something to offend everyone -…
 
On today’s After Show, we open up the Video Vault for a brief discussion of Arthur Hiller’s The In-Laws, how Peter Falk became a superstar, and the funniest spit take in cinema history. Plus, we have part 3 of Roger’s interview with Gala; this week, they’re talking about Roger’s favorite customers, lessons he learned working at the store, and the s…
 
Jacqueline Coley (awards editor for Rotten Tomatoes) joins Roger & Quentin as they unlock the secrets of Billy Wilder’s The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes! Holmes & Watson take on the strange case of a beautiful woman whose husband has vanished, leading them on a journey of ballerinas, canaries, and even the Loch Ness Monster. Join the trio as the…
 
Quentin, Roger & Gala continue last week’s conversation on Lipstick with an appraisal of Chris Sarandon’s career! They also get personal remembering their friend Scott Magill, appreciate the many colorful characters of Slithis, and ask what exactly makes a “classic” movie. Learn more about this week’s films, get Video Archives merch and more at vid…
 
Quentin and Roger enter the world of fashion with Lamont Johnson’s revenge-o-matic Lipstick! A fashion model is raped by her sister’s music teacher - after she takes him to court, she finds that she’ll have to take justice into her own hands. We’ll discuss the genius of casting real-life sisters Margaux and Mariel Hemingway, as well as the intensit…
 
Today on the After Show, we’ve got even more insights from Quentin, Roger & Gala’s discussion of Star 80. They discuss the Chippendales documentary that shed further light on Paul Snider, and whether it was the right choice to use a stand-in for Peter Bogdanovich in the film. Before that, however, it’s the next part of Gala’s sit-down with Roger, a…
 
This week, Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary discuss one film and one film alone: Bob Fosse’s Star 80. In 1980, Playboy Playmate of the Year Dorothy Stratten was murdered by her boyfriend Paul Snider. Three years later, Star 80 was released, a sensational retelling of Stratten’s story that hit too close to home for some. Roger and Quentin have a se…
 
Eli Roth returns to the After Show to wrap up our month of American Giallo! He talks to Gala and Roger about the VHS tape he got as a bar mitzvah present, and the festival where he met Roger. Plus, Quentin, Roger & Eli discuss films that almost but don’t quite qualify as American giallos. Learn more about this week’s films, get Video Archives merch…
 
Quentin, Roger and Eli Roth continue their exploration of American Giallo with one of Eli’s favorite films, 1976’s Alice, Sweet Alice. When Alice’s sister Karen is found brutally murdered in a church, suspicions turn towards Alice - but could a 12-year-old girl really be the killer? The group talks about the role that religion plays in giallo, how …
 
Eli Roth joins the After Show for a bonus sit-down with Roger & Gala! He talks about growing up in Massachusetts, his first video store memories, and how he met Quentin. Plus, more moments from last week’s discussion, including their favorite De Palma films and John Carpenter’s original “Eyes” script. Learn more about this week’s films, get Video A…
 
Quentin, Roger and guest customer Eli Roth (director of Hostel and Cabin Fever) kick off our first themed series: American Giallo! After outlining their thoughts on the genre, they start with Brian De Palma’s Dressed To Kill. A mysterious tall blonde woman wearing sunglasses murders a psychiatrist’s patient, and now she’s after the prostitute who w…
 
Last week, Quentin and Gala went toe to toe on the worth of Coma’s chase sequence - on today’s After Show, they return to finish the debate! We’ve also got outtakes from last week’s episode, the beginning of a new interview series with Roger all about the origins of Video Archives, and an update to our Piranha segment from Joe Dante himself. Learn …
 
Take a trip to Boston Memorial Hospital for Michael Crichton’s Coma! People are falling into comas after routine procedures, and it’s up to one doctor to uncover the mystery. Roger & Quentin discuss the main character overcoming chauvinistic expectations, and go in-depth on Crichton’s talents as a writer and director. Next, travel to the streets of…
 
We’ve got mail! Quentin, Roger, and Gala open up the mailbag and read actual letters from Video Archives listeners on today’s After Show. In this inaugural mail episode, they talk about their favorite drive-in experiences, weigh in on a long-standing debate about the genesis of Citizen Kane, and dreamcast films using actors from throughout film his…
 
Quentin and Roger earn the right to take revenge in The One Armed Executioner! An Interpol agent is out for vengeance against the gangsters that cut off his arm and killed his bride. The crew discuss the palpable on-screen connection between stars Franco Guerrero and Jody Kay, the artful sound design of this film, and the trailers packaged with the…
 
Gala finally got her hands on a copy of Dirty Hands, so Roger & Quentin sat down with her to discuss the film in a spoiler-filed After Show! They get into the different VHS modes, the film’s many twists, and Rod Steiger’s sometimes maddening Method process. The crew also discuss Ray Bradbury’s approach to futurism, Alfredo Zacarías’s films before D…
 
Join Roger Avary and Quentin Tarantino as they fall deep into the stories of The Illustrated Man! Two tramps meet on the side of the road; one of their bodies is almost completely covered in tattoos—er, skin illustrations. Quentin & Roger discuss the differences between the book and the movie, an unexpected canine star, and how a Rod Steiger perfor…
 
Do you like low budget movies about the making of low budget movies? On today’s After Show, Gala cracks open the Video Vault once again for a discussion of Gerald Sindell’s 1974 film Teenager, about a deranged director trying to shoot a biker movie in a small town that isn’t having it. Quentin and Roger discuss Sindell’s ingenious methodology, a su…
 
Roger & Quentin travel deep into Bavaria to unlock Michael Mann’s The Keep! Originally running at 210 minutes, Mann’s second film was notoriously cut down to half that length. Your hosts discuss their excitement at the time for Mann’s rise as a director, his influence on future filmmakers, and where it all went wrong. Next, join us at the museum as…
 
Last week, Roger & Quentin battled it out in orbit over Moonraker; on today’s After Show, Gala brings you even more of their Moonraker discussion, on Jaws, Drax, goofy one-liners, and an infamous gondola chase. Who made their case better? You be the judge! Learn more about this week’s film, get Video Archives merch and more at videoarchivespodcast.…
 
Blast off to outer space with Roger and Quentin as they go toe to toe on Moonraker! Heavily influenced by the science fiction craze in the wake of Star Wars, Moonraker is one of the most polarizing Bond films of all time. Pick a side as Roger and Quentin debate Bond villains that hit too close to home, baddies that turn into goodies, and Roger Moor…
 
Welcome to the Video Archives After Show, where Gala Avary brings you exclusive content, answers to your burning questions, and even more film discussion from Quentin and Roger. This week, we’re cracking open the Video Vault for a never-before-heard discussion of 1971’s Women In Cages. Originally recorded for the Video Archives pilot, Quentin and R…
 
Join Roger and Quentin as they revisit one of Roger’s favorite films, the 1974 cult classic Dark Star! Originally created by John Carpenter and Dan O’Bannon as a student film, buckle up for a ride amongst the stars as we follow a group of scientists on a mission to destroy unstable stellar bodies. Quentin and Roger discuss changing opinions from op…
 
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