Hosted by myself and a collection of X-Files fans, The X-Cast: An X-Files Podcast is a weekly series delving into each episode of The X-Files and exploring supplemental topics, alongside interviews with cast and crew and other special events.
Returning for coverage of The X-Files Season 4, The X-Cast kicks off as I’m joined by Darren Mooney of The 250 and The M0vie Blog to discuss the season premiere, ‘Herrenvolk’.
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Hosted by myself and Cineworld film journalist Sean Wilson, Between the Notes is a podcast all about the sounds of cinema, and our discussion of them, airing on a flexible schedule roughly every two or three weeks.
In the latest episode, we discuss three new releases – Danny Elfman’s Dumbo, Alexandre Desplat’s The Sisters Brothers and Benjamin Wallfisch’s Shazam!
Having first appeared earlier this year discussing Twelve Monkeys, it was a real thrill to reappear on The Projection Booth again this week, talking John Carpenter’s classic Big Trouble in Little China.
If you listen to my podcast The X-Cast regularly, you’ll have heard the name Carl Sweeney.
Having cut his podcasting teeth on my X-Files show, Carl this year has broken out to develop The Movie Palace, a podcast which looks every week at a brand new film from Classic Hollywood. This week, it was my turn to guest for the first time, discussing my choice – Charles Laughton’s one and only film as director, 1955’s The Night of the Hunter.
This was a great discussion, and the film was incredibly fun to watch again with one eye on the research. If you’re a classic film buff, you’ll enjoy this, and you’ll definitely dig Carl’s top drawer show. I’ll be back on it again in December all going to plan talking about a film we tease at the end of this…