Directed by Richard Linklater
We take a look back at one of the iconic and influential indie films to emerge from Sundance in honor of its 31st anniversary, a classic that inspired the likes such as Kevin Smith, and the first film by acclaimed Texan filmmaker, and American auteur, Richard Linklater the filmmaker behind Boyhood and the Before Series of films, among many other such as A Scanner Darkly and Waking Life.
Directed by Richard Linklater
A slightly belated New Year's episode, focusing on the cult classic anthology film, Four Rooms.
A newly hired bellhop must deal with the weird, eclectic, and strange guests that are staying the night at Hotel Mon Signor, among them include a coven of witches, swingers, and Hollywood celebs with a $1000 bet on the line.
It's an end of year Holiday season bash, we team up with the whole gang and discuss the great holiday classic and prototype for millennial humor, Home Alone (1990). Directed by Chris Columbus and written and produced by the legendary John Huges.
A film as old as us, and we settle the great debate on who would win in a fight Predator or Kevin.
And a special thanks to all the amazing fans that have my The Warehouse Podcast what it is, we will return on January 10th with season 2.
Our second to the last episode of the Holiday season, and we take a look back at one of the best Holiday-action films of all time, Die Hard from 1988, with our old friend Ben and a new guest, master of all things Disney, our great friend and fellow filmmaker, Leah.
We take a look back at one of the best anime films of all time, that inspired The Matrix. The Original Ghost In The Shell, in honor of its 25th anniversary. A philosophical study in memory, technology, and transhumanism in a post-gender society. In a not so subtle allegory to modern humanity and transgender rights viewed in a cyberpunk context.
We team-up with Rudy & Grace and do a deep dive at a film that predicted the rise of Reality TV and the 24-Hour News Cycle, and wonder if the worst is yet to come from Paddy Chayefsky's dark satirical classic, Network. A film that grows more and more relevant with each passing year and that is still mad as hell and has yet to ever be topped.
We take a look back at the dark satirical apocalyptic comedy, from the master filmmaker and legendary icon, Stanley Kubrick. And how even now some 60 years later after the Cold War, and MAD, how Doctor Strangelove still holds a grain of truth to modern politics, paranoia, and the fear of nuclear armageddon, just as the real-life doomsday clock tick ever closer to midnight. Tick-tock, tick-tock.
We take a look back at the dark satirical apocalyptic comedy, from the master filmmaker and legendary icon, Stanley Kubrick. And how even now some 60 years later after the Cold War, and MAD, how Doctor Strangelove still holds a grain of truth to modern politics, paranoia, and the fear of nuclear armageddon, just as the real-life doomsday clock ticks ever closer to midnight. Tick-tock, tick-tock.
Our first documentary focused episode, The Time of Harvey Milk (1984)
About the life, legacy, and political impact of the gay icon and first elected gay politician in San Francisco history, Harvey Milk, and his tragic assassination by Dan White, and the violent protest that shortly followed.
A legacy that can be seen in 2020 as a growing number of incredibly gay, bi, trans and non-binary politicians win elected offices throughout the local, State, and Federal structure.