Flicking and Screaming is a conversational show between three friends and cinephiles Evan, Jed, and Chip. Join them as they break down movies, their favorite directors and more. If you love movies join the conversation and let's talk about how movies run our lives.
SINGING IN THE RAIN (feat. Sydney Lewis)
1:09:01Sydney Lewis, professional dancer and actress, joins us this week to discuss movie musicals; her work with Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, Meryl Streep, and Justin Bieber; why Gene Kelly can never be replicated; and so much more! Follow Sydney here: https://www.instagram.com/sydneynlewis/
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OPPENHEIMER and Ranking Christopher Nolan Films (feat. Shaun Moran of Regression to the Mean)
1:49:07Longtime friend of the podcast Shaun Moran of Regression to the Mean joins us for a long conversation on the premiere blockbuster filmmaker of the century. How did we feel about OPPENHEIMER? What film formats did we catch it on? Will we do bad Michael Caine impersonations? Plus: Shaun will never forgive us for our INCEPTION takes. Follow Shaun and support his podcast with the links below. https://linktr.ee/regressiontothemean https://twitter.com/shaunwmoran
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE — DEAD RECKONING PART ONE
1:05:58Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to support Tom Cruise at the box office and listen to us talk about DEAD RECKONING PART ONE. Unfortunately, one of our co-hosts did not accept the mission. How will that translate to recording this podcast? Why does this movie get compared to GLASS ONION? plus: Chip makes a delightful blunder.
THE NICE GUYS VERSUS MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS
57:14We're doing our BARBIE homework and throwing Robbie versus Gosling into the ring. Did we accidentally choose one of the worst Robbie movies? How freaking sad are the violins in MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS? Plus: we debate some digital cinematography choices.
Kelly Reichardt, Ranked
1:25:53Evan and Chip are hopping in a car (or covered wagon, or train, or explosive-laden boat) and heading to the Pacific Northwest with the films of Kelly Reichardt. What are the challenges and joys of slow cinema? We confront our own social fears. Plus: is ranking these movies a fool's exercise?