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Chillpak Hollywood Hour #553

Your friends in podcasting discuss one of the most sad Christmas celebrations in history, before discussing the deaths of a pop music star, a Native American character actor, a documentary filmmaker and the mayor of SF. Then, Phil turns his attention to one of the most surprising facts to come out of the Disney purchase of 21st Century Fox and Dean tries to calm him down. Then, they delve into the trouble engulfing Matt Damon, before weighing in on three brand new Oscar hopefuls: Downsizing (starring Mr. Damon), Phantom Thread (starring Daniel Day Lewis in his final role), and the rather miraculous All The Money In The World. All that, plus Kyle Machlachlan weighs in on whether “Twin Peaks: The Return” was a terrific season of a television series or whether it was one of the best feature films of the year, and a fantastic note from a loyal listener like you (yes, YOU!) is shared.

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #302

It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour’s annual Post-Oscar smackdown.

Hear Dean and Phil’s analysis and hilarious criticism of Hollywood’s big night, hear them reveal each other’s predictions on who would win the 24 Oscar categories, and hear the stakes of their wager on the outcome.

Year after year, it’s one of our most popular episodes.

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #298

The film critics have had their say …

The various industry guilds and unions have handed out their awards …

Now, it’s time for the best films of 2012 according to your friends in podcasting!

Get those pens, pads and/or Netflix queues handy!

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #297

Leonard Da Vinci, The Last Supper, Alex Jones vs. Piers Morgan, 2nd Amendment vs. 1st Amendment, gun control, consciousness, aliens, the importance of “toasts”, authors Jonathan Littman, Marc Hershon and Magi Fowler, filmmaker Nagisa Oshima, actor Conrad Bain, an overrated Lincoln, a modern sci-fi classic …

What show would be audacious enough to tackle all of that (and more) in a mere sixty minutes?

Why, YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, of course!

Hear what Dean and Phil are reading …

Hear about two “Live Events of the Week” …

Learn about three “Wingnuts of the Week” …

Learn about two “Celebrity Deaths” …

AND enjoy a preview of NEXT week’s spectacular (an annual tradition).

Trust us, this episode is AWESOME.

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #289

Dean Haglund is back from New York City. Phil “quatro quatro” Leirness is back from celebrating his birthday.

Your friends in podcasting are back in action with …

3 “Live Events of the Week” …

Discussion of six movies …

And … A live audience?

Plus, the show concludes with a discussion about an event in which Dean and Phil are honored to be participating. To learn more about that event, please watch:

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #137

Ten years in the making, this episode of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour is the last show of the year, the last show of the decade! And appropriately, Dean and Phil use the occasion to count down their Top Films of the past ten years. The countdown began over on their MySpace Blog where you can read their #’s 20 through 11 selections. Did your favorite film make their list? Did your LEAST favorite film make their list? Perhaps, you’ll discover a gem you’ve never before heard of, OR remember a film that somehow slipped away before you had the chance to view it. Enjoy! And from all of us here at Chillpak Hollywood Hour, have a safe and sane holiday season!

Chillpak Hollywood Hour #36

Today on the show, Dean and Phil discuss “There Will Be Blood” in detail (without giving away the ending, of course). Phil reveals what his guilty cinematic pleasure is (Six times, Phil? That’s a lot!). Phil’s most controversial comment ever uttered on these airwaves (or, uh, cyberwaves? Podwaves?). Dean and Phil prep for their Best of 2007 show.

About the show
Dean Haglund, the actor, improv comic and inventor (best known as “Langly,” one of the three computer-hacking geeks on “The X-Files” and their spin-off series “The Lone Gunmen”) engages in thought-provoking, insightful, and irreverent cultural conversation with his co-host and producing partner, independent filmmaker and certified violence prevention specialist Phil Leirness in the production offices of Rational Exuberance. Warning: Dean and Phil's usually hilarious and frequently inspiring discussions are habit-forming, so please, enjoy responsibly!
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