Posts Tagged ‘Clint Eastwood’

The boys are at it again! Dion’s on about Clint Eastwood being a real life hero and scorned Valentine’s Day lovers from China, J’s back from space and talking shop about Superman, and Brian is loving Marvel’s new Guardians of the Galaxy and voicing his contempt for the ineptitude of DC Comics. Plus an update on the 22nd Annual Borgnine Night at […]

The Lone Ranger is all over the place tonally, resulting in a spectacle that implodes under its own weight.   Rating: * *  out of five stars Review by Luke Whitmire Plot: Native American warrior Tonto (Johnny Depp) recounts old tales about John Reid/The Lone Ranger (Armie Hammer), a man of the law who was transformed […]

Side Casts: The Action Movie Genre

Posted: July 3, 2013 by Podwits Administrator in Podcast, Side-Casts
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Dion and Contributor J. Blake are back at it again, this time they sit down for a super-long chat about one of their favorite topics, the heyday of the Action Movie Genre. The two Podwits reminisce about some of their favorite films, while mapping out a route through a highly populated neighborhood of the 1970s, 1980s and […]

In the 3rd and final installment of this special edition of the new Podwits podcast, The Side-Cast, Dion and contributor J. Blake wrap up their discussion of the sad decline of the popular Horror Conventions from what they once were, and focus in on Italian Horror director Lucio Fulci‘s famous career and the impact it has […]

Yorkshire Girl and I were lucky enough to attend the Clint Eastwood installment of the Director’s Series at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. After the theatrical premiere of the new documentary Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story, which discussed Eastwood as a director, a Q&A was held immediately afterward with Mr. Eastwood, which was moderated by director […]

Cinema geeks can cite scores of films, ranging from classics like  Clue, Murder By Death, or Weekend at Bernies, to Noises Off! or even Repo Man, that still are able to retain the mystique of being called underground classics, films that are known line for line in many circles but at the same time gloriously refrain from being called “cool” by the mainstream […]

Also in this week’s podcast, Dion and Brian could not think of the documentary about Thelonious Monk. It is called Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser, was produced by Clint Eastwood, and released in 1988. It comes highly recommended by the Podwits and is definitely worth the price of admission.

According to TMZ, Clint Eastwood’s wife and two daughter have penned a deal with Kardashian reality show producer Bunim/Murray, to star in a family-oriented reality show.