Monday, August 30, 2021

COBWEBS Ep. 83 - Tough-Guy Cinema: The Dirty Dozen

This week, Daniel gets pushed out of his comfort zone by Matt Bledsoe (host of the Film Feast podcast) by watching and discussing the World War II classic The Dirty Dozen (1967). They talk about it's connection to the recent The Suicide Squad, what separates it from other war films, and recommend more tough-guy movies from this period. Damn them or praise them, you'll never forget The Dirty Dozen!

Saturday, August 28, 2021

COBWEBS Ep. 82 - Remakes!: The Time Machine 1960 & 2002

This week Cobwebs is traveling through time! Daniel is joined by Robb Antequera (The Cinema Drunkie) for a discussion on H.G. Wells' The Time Machine (1960) and it's remake from 2002.

Sunday, August 22, 2021

COBWEBS Ep. 81 - The Shadow of the Cat & Indicator's Hammer Boxset Vol. 6

Hammer has returned to Cobwebs! This week, Daniel is joined by popular YouTuber in the physical media community, Nathan Jones, to dive into some classic Hammer Horrors. They focus the discussion on the long obscure The Shadow of the Cat (1961), and then discuss the rest of the movies in Indicator's brand new blu-ray boxset "Hammer Volume 6: Night Shadows". We're getting excited for the spooky season coming up, and hope you are too!

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

COBWEBS Ep. 80 - Geeking Out for Fritz Lang: The Big Heat

It's Fritz Lang week on Cobwebs! Daniel is joined by the amazing host of the Schlock and Awe Podcast, Lindsay Wilkins, for a discussion on the brutal crime Noir The Big Heat (1953), as well as a lot of other Fritz Lang and Glenn Ford movies. It's a big geek out session for classic film, and we hope you enjoy!

Monday, August 2, 2021

COBWEBS Ep. 79 - Directed by Dorothy Arzner: Merrily We Go to Hell & Dance, Girl, Dance

For this special episode Daniel is joined by Laura Cannon (host of the Fatal Femmes podcast) to discuss the only female director in the Hollywood studio system of the '30s and early '40s. Dorothy Arzner! Together they discuss two of her films Merrily We Go to Hell (1933) and Dance, Girl, Dance (1940), and then Laura lists her favorite female directors.

COBWEBS Ep. 78 - Remakes!: The Shop Around the Corner & You've Got Mail

It's the first installment of our on-going series on Remakes! This time Daniel is joined by his awesome wife Stefanie, as they discuss The Shop Around the Corner (1940) and it's remake You've Got Mail (1998). Warning: That '90s remake may not get as much love as you'd like it to, but we hope you still send someone a boutique of sharpened pencils!