Podcast – Night In The Woods

Its been a while since we’ve talked about Game Warp. While we have had episodes come out and you can find them on the usual spots you listen to podcast, we kick off 2023 with a review of 2017’s Night in the Woods. Head on over to Game Warp to give it a listen.

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Kim and Elwood look at the 2017 Indie Adventure game “Night In The Woods” in which you play the college drop out Mae who returns to her hometown of Possum Springs to reconnect with the friends she left behind as well as finding herself drawn into investigating the disappearance of her friend Casey and the dark secrets the town hides.

Music On This Episode

Title – Night In The Woods
Weird Autumn – MandoPony

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Top 10 Film Discoveries 2022

Its time for this year’s round up as we take a look at our Top 10 First Time Watches in 2022! Head on over and give a listen! Let us know your favorite film discoveries!

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Kim and Elwood reveal their top 10 first time watches for 2022 to make up a list which includes surprising documentaries, underwater horror, Japanese new wave and a surprisingly large amount of food porn!

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Movies and Tea #60 – Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Reaching the end of the Quentin Tarantino filmography as we look at Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Head on over to Movies and Tea to give it a listen and let us know your thoughts on the film.

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Bringing our re-evaluation of Quentin Tarantino’s filmography to a close with Once Upon A Time In Hollywood another entry in Tarantino’s alternative histories as Leonardo Dicaprio plays Rick an actor whose star is on the fall struggling to recapture fame and success in 1960s Los Angeles like his best friend and stunt double Cliff (Brad Pitt Meanwhile, living next door to Rick is Sharon Tate and her husband Roman Polanski while in the hills the Manson family are gathering.

We also reveal our Favourite, Worst and hidden gems of the Tarantino filmography 

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Treat Her Right – Roy Head & The Traits
Son of a Lovin’ Man – Buchanan Brothers

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Movies and Tea #59 – The Hateful Eight

Next up for Movies and Tea in the Quentin Tarantino season is The Hateful Eight. Other than Kill Bill Vol.1, this is the other film that I saw of Tarantino’s in theatres. I can’t say that feeling towards it has changed a lot, perhaps a few extra things that I appreciate. Head on over to Movies and Tea and give it a listen!

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Our re-evaluation of Quentin Tarantino’s filmography sees Tarantino still continuing his obsession with westerns as a bounty hunter and his captive are forced to wait out a snowstorm with a group of strangers with questionable backgrounds and even more suspicious motives and with tensions running high it’s only a question of time till blood will be spilt. 

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L’Ultima Diligenza di Red Rock – Ennio Morricone
Same Ol – The Heavy

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Movies and Tea #58 – Django Unchained

Next up in Movies and Tea, we continue with the Quentin Tarantino season as we talk about Django Unchained. Head on over to Movies and Tea to give it a listen and let us know your thoughts.

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With Tarantino having such love for spaghetti westerns it was really only a matter of time before he gave his own take on the genre paying homage to the Sergio Corbucci’s 1966 original as, he reimagines the wandering gunslinger as a former slave turned bounty hunter on a mission of revenge against the men who sold him and his wife into slavery.

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Django – Luis Bacalov
I Got A Name – Jim Croche

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Movies and Tea #57 – Inglorious Basterds

Next episode of Movies and Tea is here as we continue with the Quentin Tarantino season and land on one of my favorite discoveries from this season, Inglorious Basterds. Head on over to Movies and Tea to give it a listen and leave us some thoughts while you’re there!

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A long-mooted project for Tarantino Inglorious Basterds provides the first of Tarantino’s alternative history films as this multi-plot tale follows the titular Basterds on their campaign of fear through occupied France while a Jewish woman plots her revenge on the German officer who killed her family.

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The Green Leaves of Summer – Nick Perito
Slaughter – Billy Preston

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Movies and Tea #56 – Death Proof

Time for the next episode of Movies and Tea as we move along with our Quentin Tarantino season and look at my first time watch of Death Proof! Let’s check it out! Remember to head over and give it a listen and don’t forget to share your thoughts with us!

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Originally meant to be part of the double feature Grindhouse alongside Robert Rodriguez Planet Terror here Tarantino threw his hat into the world of car smash movies as the serial killer Stuntman Mike plots to kill his victims using his death proof car. 

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The Last Race – Jack Nitzsche
Chick Habit – April March

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Movies and Tea #55 – Kill Bill Vol. 1 + 2

Next up on Movies and Tea Podcast in our Quentin Tarantino season is Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2. Head on over to listen to our discussion of these two films!

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Having remoulded the crime movie genre with his first three films Tarantino followed it up with this rip-roaring tale of revenge following “The Bride” a character created with his leading lady Uma Thurman on the set of Pulp Fiction.

Spread across two films with Vol. 1 paying homage to his love of Eastern cinema drawing on inspiration from Shaw Bros. movies and Pop samurai cinema like Lady Snowblood and Lone Wolf and Cub. While with Vol. 2 he transfered his vision into a modern western.

We look at the films which inspired his vision, how the soundtrack has lived on through reality TV as well as some insightful differences in the translation plus more.

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Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) – Nancy Sinatra
The Lonely Shepherd – Gheorghe Zamfir

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Movies and Tea #54 – Jackie Brown

Its time for the next episode of Movies and Tea as we continue on with the Quentin Tarantino season as we take a look at Jackie Brown, a first time watch for myself. Head on over to Movies and Tea to give it a listen!

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Our Quentin Tarantino season continues with Jackie Brown which to date is the only adaptation that Tarantino has made while over one of the most overlooked films in his filmography making it perfect for a re-evaluation to see if it’s deserves more recognition.

Music on this episode

Strawberry Letter 23 – The Brothers Johnson
Didn’t I Blow Your Mind This Time – The Delfonics

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Movies and Tea #53 – Pulp Fiction

Continuing with the Quentin Tarantino season for Movies and Tea, we head into our discussion of Pulp Fiction! Head on over to Movies and Tea to give it a listen!

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Elwood and Kim continue thier re-evaluation of Quentin Tarantino’s filmography with “Pulp Fiction” in which four interweaved stories play out as a mysterious briefcase, a dinner date, a gold watch and the etiquette of the stick up all come together to create a film still ingrained in pop culture as when it was released.

Music on this episode

Misirlou – Dick Dale and his Del-Tones
Surf Rider – The Lively Ones

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