In this podcast Paul, Kieran and I tackle a double bill of Hammer horror films, 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' (an adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story) and 'The Mummy'. In this episode Kieran dislikes Scooby Doo, I make several super current references (from late October 2020) and Paul kills a tarantula.
More B-movie fun this week as we discuss 'The Thing from Another World' from director Christian Nyby (produced and written by Howard Hawks), a film best known today as the film that John Carpenter would remake in the 1980s. Expect conversation about both films from the get-go.
In this spooky episode, Campbell and I discuss 'House on Haunted Hill', a haunted house horror starring screen-legend Vincent Price, from director William Castle.
In this episode Campbell and I discuss the sci-fi horror classic, 'The Blob'. Expect a comparison to Spider-Man 3, talk of how Steve McQueen is like Llewyn Davis, a lesson in the mice invading your home and much, much more.
In this episode we discuss supernatural horror 'Night of the Demon' (AKA 'Curse of the Demon'). Expect discussion of Snakes and Ladders, some train talk and also comparisons to the X-Files and The Omen. NOTE- This ep was recorded prior to the death of Christopher Plummer, which is why we talk about him being alive. He is sadly missed by all at Easy Riders Raging Podcast.
In this episode Paul, Kieran and I discuss the live-action Disney adaptation of Jules Verne's '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'. We find ourselves talking squids, Captain Birdseye, the IT Crowd version of this film, white-washed casting of Captain Nemo and we find a bunch of Marvel comparisons to this film.
This week we kick of a run of b-movie horrors and sci-fi films, starting of with one of the most infamous films of all time- 'Plan 9 from Outer Space' from director Ed Wood.
In this episode Kieran, Paul and I once again find ourselves discussing a Looney Tunes classic. This time around it's 'Show Biz Bugs', starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
This week we round off our trio of 'Actor's Studio' episodes with a conversation about Elia Kazan's 'A Streetcar Named Desire', starring Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Marlon Brando.
In this episode- recorded back in the pre-COVID times- Kieran and I sat down to discuss 'On the Waterfront' from director Elia Kazan.
And this is a lively episode, not least because of my Scarlett Johansson impression/ a fun impromptu game where we look at the career of Julia Roberts.
NOTE- This ep was recorded prior to the death of Sir Sean Connery, which is why we talk about him being alive. He is sadly missed by all at Easy Riders Raging Podcast.
Sex, tragedy and nu-metal are all on the agenda as Jake and I talk about the iconic teen drama 'Rebel Without a Cause' in a conversation recorded live and in person just prior to the pandemic.
In this episode Paul and I return to the wonderful world of Looney Tunes with a discussion about two of the all-time greats - 'Rabbit of Seville' and 'What's Opera, Doc?' We talk about how Bugs Bunny could be considered a queer icon, we talk about one of our all-time favourite films (...) and it's link to one of these cartoons and we compare the Bugs and Elmer Fudd dynamic to Batman and the Joker.
Rounding off our trilogy of episodes on Ealing Comedies, this time around we're discussing 'The Man in the White Suit'. Expect comparisons to Flubber, Rocky IV and Venom as well as talk of our lockdown fashions and past styles we've rocked (specifically shellsuits and white jeans) and much more.
In this episode- our second Ealing Comedies episode- we discuss one of the most beloved British films of all-time, 'The Ladykillers'. Note- At one stage we mention acclaimed actress Dame Diana Rigg, who was alive at point of recording in 2020, but passed away later that year. She is sadly missed by all at Easy Riders Raging Podcast.
In this episode we kick off a trio of episodes on Ealing Comedies, beginning with 'The Lavender Hill Mob'. Expect a musical opening, memories of Southend Pier, talk of the Gilmore Girls and more.
It's more Looney Tunes fun this week as Campbell, Kieran, Paul and I discuss the Daffy Duck/ Porky Pig cartoon 'Robin Hood Daffy'. Expects songs as well as talk of ruffs and the career of Sir Ridley Scott.
In this episode Paul, Kieran and I find ourselves getting pretty deep as we discuss the Japanese classic by Yasujirô Ozu, 'Tokyo Story'. A film which we solidly recommend.
In this episode- the 200th episode of Easy Riders Raging Podcast (excluding our exclusive episodes available at www.patreon.com/ERRP)- I'm joined by returning guest David Trumble to discuss Akira Kurosawa's 'Seven Samurai'. Expect conversation surrounding the cinematic legacy of this film, the importance of geography in movies, comparisons to 'Pitch Perfect', jokes about Michael Fassbender's penis and much more.
In this episode Paul, Kieran and I have a conversation about the Akira Kurosawa film, 'Rashomon', having watched this Japanese classic for the first time.
In this episode Paul, Kieran and I journey to Italy to talk about... well... 'Journey to Italy'- the film by Roberto Rossellini.
Along the way we talk about Richard Linklater's 'Before' trilogy, the films 'Marriage Story' and '45 Years', the cast of the British TV show 'This Life', real-life trips to Italy and much, much more.
In this episode Kieran, Paul and I discuss the Ireland set Porky Pig cartoon 'The Wearing of the Grin'.
This week Kieran, Paul and I head way out west for a discussion on the classic John Ford western, 'The Searchers'.
Whether it's real-time, the Hollywood blacklist or William H. Macy in the old west- there is lots to discuss as Jev and I discuss the Fred Zinnemann western, 'High Noon'.
This week we pick back up with our coverage of the Warner Bros cartoons, as Paul, Kieran and I discuss the Daffy Duck cartoon 'The Scarlet Pumpernickel'.
Expect a bizarre half remembered childhood memory, we talk about Pitch Meeting, we compare Jean Claude van Damme to Errol Flynn, we talk about this cartoon's shocking ending and much more.