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Monday
Jun252018

Smackdown '94 Vol 2: Pulp Fiction's Seismic Splash. "Ha!"

In the Smackdown finale the panel discusses Jennifer Tilly in Bullets Over Broadway and the cultural impact of Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction Over Broadway

Sunday
Jun242018

Smackdown '94 Vol 1: Miramax Moviemaking and Split Actress Opinions

The Madness of King George and Tom and Viv are discussed by our 1994 panel in the first half of the companion podcast for the 1994 Supporting Actress Smackdown 

The Madness of King George, Tom & Viv

Thursday
Jun212018

2018 Catch-Up: Disobedience and Tully

The Podcast will be back to weekly soon. Until then here's Nick and Nathaniel catching up two 2018 films they loved and a few they didn't. 

Disobedience, Tully

Monday
May142018

Smackdown '70 Pt 1: MASH and Airport 

Nathaniel welcomes Bobby Rivers, Lena Houst, Denise Grayson, Dan Callahan and Mark Blankenship to discuss the Supporting Actress nominees of 1970 and their hit films. In part one we talk the mega-hit disaster epic Airport and Robert Altman's war comedy MASH. They were both so popular they inspired franchises, one with sequels, the other with a long-running TV series. 

SAS 70 - MASH and Airport

Sunday
May132018

Smackdown '70 Part 2: The Landlord and Five Easy Pieces

The panel discusses the forgotten Hal Ashby gem The Landlord and its rich cast and Karen Black and other actresses in the Jack Nicholson drama Five Easy Pieces

SAS 70 - Landlord and Five Easy Pieces