Podcast Episodes

Today’s Episode

Television Review: Supernatural Victorians Times Two

HBO’s The Nevers and Netflix’s The Irregulars Mash Up History and Superpowers
Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly lead a fine ensemble cast in HBO’s The Nevers.

Industry Analysis: Oscar Wrapup 2021

Zhao’s NOMADLAND scores big, but that wasn’t the big surprise of the night.

Episode 62: Industry Analysis: Oscar Roundup 2021

A topsy-turvy Awards season may mean some strange results April 25.

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Episode 61: Movie/Television Review:

From CONCRETE COWBOY to Blue Bloods: The Best and Worst of TV

Urban horse riders and the decline of a once-great cop show.

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Episode 60: Movie Review: SWING KIDS: Tough Times, Tougher Choices

A message for today in this much-maligned 1993 coming-of-age film.

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Episode 59: Television Review: Asian-Americans on PBS, A Second Look

This PBS history of Asian immigrants in America is worth hunting down.

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Episode 58: Industry Analysis + Television Reviews:

Idols and Superheroes

2021 Oscar nominations, WandaVision and Superman and Lois

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Episode 57: Movie Reviews:

Bookending the Film Noir Era


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Episode 56: Television Review:

Snowpiercer: Last Train to Nowhere

Season Two of dystopian SF tale even more like our own lockdown lives.

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Episode 55: Television Reviews:

Walker Needs a Kick in the Pants

Jared Padalecki as Walker, Texas Ranger has big boots to fill.

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2 Replies to “Podcast Episodes”

  1. Loved Donna’s eloquent review of : CONCRETE COWBOY to Blue Bloods: The Best and Worst of TV. First, Concrete Cowboy is a “must see” movie. Great plot, fascinating characters, mix of drama and humor, and I learned that black cowboys groups currently exist no just in Philadelphia, but in many other cities as well.
    About Blue Bloods, sad to see a really good TV show go downhill fast and badly with a change of writers. What a shame.

    1. Hi, Graeme,
      So glad you enjoyed the episode reviewing CONCRETE COWBOY and “Blue Bloods.” I SO agree that CONCRETE COWBOY is something everyone should see! And, unfortunately, I don’t see any improvement coming for “Blue Bloods,” although the network has renewed the venerable show for another season. The most recent episode featured yet another example of a female cop making a stupid self-defense mistake to put herself at risk. I think the writers should all be forced to take a basic self-defense class!

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