On today's episode, Steve and Sam discuss two very different films about time travel: Primer and About Time.
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The Tilda Swinton Spectacular!
1:58:05On today's episode, Sam and Steve talk about two hidden gems starring one of the greatest actresses in the world, Tilda Swinton, in "I am Love" and "Only Lovers Left Alive".
Back To The Future (not actually)!
2:14:43On today's episode, Steve and Sam discuss two very different films about time travel: Primer and About Time.
1:33:08On today's episode, Steve and Sam discuss two of the best courtroom drama's ever: Breaker Morant and Judgement at Nuremberg.
Val Kilmer: A Saint in the Movie Industry
1:55:01On today's episode, Steve and Sam discuss the fascinating career of Val Kilmer, and analyze two of his best films: Tombstone and Spartan.
One Hit Wonders!
1:32:26And we are back! Sorry for the wait. In an episode that is sure to be controversial, Sam and Steve discuss directors who only made one good movie in their careers. They chose King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, and The Thing!
First time actor turned directors!
1:50:14And we are back! After a month long break, Sam and Steve return to discuss hidden gems from actor's turned directors in their directorial debut. The movies discussed are Big Night by Stanley Tucci and Night of the Hunter by Charles Laughton.
Crimes of the Academy!
1:41:01A special Oscars edition of the Hidden Gems Movie Podcast! In today's episode, Steve and Sam discuss their bitter enmity for the Academy Awards, and talk about two amazing films that should have won in their respective years: Mad Max Fury Road and The Black Stallion.
1:37:05On today's episode, Sam and Steve discuss two of the best, and least seen uplifting movies ever: Nobody's Fool and Local Hero.
1:28:34What is a bottle movie? Its a movie that takes place in entirely one setting, and it is one of our favorite genre's. Enjoy our conversation about two of our favorite bottle movies: 44 Inch Chest and Locke.
1:44:58Sam and Steve review two of the best and most impactful director's cuts to ever be released: Kingdom of Heaven and Once Upon a Time in America.