Posts Tagged ‘Clive Owen’
This is the 9th “Top Ten” show of this year 10 of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour … Your friends in podcasting count down their lists of the Top Ten All-Time Most Overlooked Science Fiction Films!
These might not be the best, nor the most underrated. They are, for reasons that Dean and Phil attempt to discern, overlooked by modern audiences …
Another extra-long episode, full of skype-based “hiss”, but we promise to do better in year 11!
Comedy – The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen
Consciousness – CERN, the speed of light, Noetics, Dr. William A. Tiller, conscious co-creation.
Conspiracy - Cinemark vs. Bryan Cranston, Southwest Airlines, Shakespeare, Contagion
And More (!) – Anton Yelchin, Pedro Almodovar, Antonio Banderas, Ryan Gosling, Steven Soderbergh, Christina Ricci, “Pan Am”, The Skin I Live In, Drive
The Truth Is Out There and it’s also inside this action-packed installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
Enjoy! And please order YOUR copy of the special Bonus 4th Anniversary show today!
It’s our first show on our all new, truly independent website and what an action-packed show it is! Dean and Phil recount their experience sneak previewing The Truth Is Out There and UFO X-Fest. They review three new films (Take Me Home Tonight, The Adjustment Bureau, Trust). They take on the latest development and distribution news. They tackle Charlie Sheen, Paul Haggis, The New Yorker, Twitter and Scientology. They even take time to remember two Hollywood personages who died too late to be included in the Oscars’ “In Memorium” montage. There’s also a tantalizing preview of next week’s show (which will feature a special guest!). It’s been hell for us around here with websites failing, feedburners pointing in the wrong direction, shows becoming unavailable, so we really hope you enjoy the latest installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
It’s an all-star cast on this week’s show, with Dean and Phil discussing the deaths of Natasha Richardson and of Bob Yari’s distribution company. Dean and Phil then discuss the music of gorgeous and talented actresses Shawnee Smith and Missi Pyle, the box office appeal (or lack thereof) of Clive Owen, and the “leading lady” status of Julia Roberts, comparing her career longevity to that of Faye Dunaway. Finally, Dean and Phil discuss a disastrous horror remake, the need for “camp” in film and Phil badmouths two time Oscar-winning (and dead) director Robert Wise. It may sound morbid … Trust us, it’s almost always funny.