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Your hosts Phil and Andrew blast your ears and blow your minds with some insightful and entertaining discussion about all things film-related. Join us!

Latest Episodes

Episode 378 - Die Hard *Christmas Episode*

ITQ returns to the airwaves with a special episode to pose the question: Is DIE HARD the greatest Christmas movie of all time? Joining Andrew and Phil is returning champion, Drew! The three movie nerds discuss why the classic 80's action film still holds up thirty years later. Here's a hint - the excellent screenplay is a big reason. This talk ranges from Alan Rickman's bad guy persona, to a production that kept rewriting itself as it went on, and just how earned was it to have Reginald VelJohnson's character kill that villain at the end? You won't want to miss this episode. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 DEC 21
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Episode 378 - Die Hard *Christmas Episode*

Episode 377 - Naked Lunch *Listener's Choice*

Drew returns to the program to discuss what is undoubtedly the greatest film adaptation of William Burroughs' writing. NAKED LUNCH is a surreal, inscrutable journey into the world of drug abuse and creative turmoil. Good thing we have Drew to talk us through it. The conversation ranges from homoerotic undertones and the warmth of Cronenberg. Give this podcast a listen! Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 DEC 17
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Episode 377 - Naked Lunch *Listener's Choice*

Episode 376 - Sorry To Bother You

This sci-fi comedy set in alternate Oakland is unlike anything else you've seen. It's the brainchild of Boots Riley, a hip hop artist who's been dreaming up this film for many years. The discussion covers the machinations of the film's premise and the metaphor of a "white voice", which the main character Cassius employs in order to prosper at this job. Great acting all around makes for a solid moviegoing experience. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 AUG 1
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Episode 376 - Sorry To Bother You

Episode 375 - Leave No Trace

This is a film that begins as a meditation on living in nature, under the principles support the idea behind the title, and then soon becomes an examination of two people trying to make their way in a bustling city. LEAVE NO TRACE reminded me of A24's ROOM in an inverse way, but it also recalls certain moments of THE HURT LOCKER. Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie give very natural performances as the father-daughter who try to cling to each other, although the daughter begins to feel a pull once she reaches Portland. A wonderful film by Debra Granik. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 30
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Episode 375 - Leave No Trace

Episode 374 - The Lure *Listener's Choice*

Agnieszka Smocyńska directs this horror musical mash-up film, the first musical to ever come from the nation of Poland. It takes place in an alternate 1980s, at a nightclub that hosts two carnivorous singing mermaids. If you like your movies moody and weird, then this one is for you. There's nothing quite like it and it's certainly a cinematic experience. The delightful Leticia joins ITQ to talk about this singular film, a recent addition to the Criterion Collection. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 24
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Episode 374 - The Lure *Listener's Choice*

Episode 373 - Sicario: Day of the Soldado

As sequels go, its generally a plus to retain the writer of the original film. Taylor Sheridan goes all in as the author of this second chapter and Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro reprise their characters. But there is a certain void left by the absence of Emily Blunt, Roger Deakins and undoubtedly, Denis Villeneuve. Still, Andrew found a lot to like about the film. It's a compelling potboiler. But Phil was not so fond of it. He did have fun talking about Josh Brolin's frequent appearances as politically right-wing figures in film. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 14
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Episode 373 - Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Episode 372 - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me *Listener's Choice*

Bob is the evil that men do...and he all started on a whim from David Lynch on the set of "Twin Peaks" (1990). This topic and many more are explored in this illuminating discussion about one of Lynch's most maligned films. New guest, Steve joins the conversation surrounding this mysterious movie. He proves himself an expert on interpreting Lynch's obtuse intentions. Take a listen to this scintillating conversation. If you're a David Lynch fan, you won't want to miss it. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 3
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Episode 372 - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me *Listener's Choice*

Episode 371 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Fred Rogers was an ordained minister and beloved childhood icon. This documentary is an hour and a half of pure love, and paints a portrait of the power of kindness. Andrew and Phil did not grow up watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" but still have an appreciation for this excellent film. The work of Mr. Rogers touches many lives and can stand as a beacon of hope in a troubled time. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
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Episode 371 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Episode 370 - Hereditary

Toni Collette gives an earth-shaking performance as the troubled matriarch of an equally troubled family in this A24 horror masterpiece. HEREDITARY doesn't rely on jump scares to frighten us and has a potent and very real message about how dysfunctional families hurt their members. Andrew was troubled by the spoilers from the trailer, but nevertheless thoroughly loved the film. Phil breaks down the comparisons between this movie and The Exorcist, with some interesting associations. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
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Episode 370 - Hereditary

Episode 369 - Come Sunday *Listener's Choice*

How do you know that voice speaking directly to you is God? That's an intriguing concept that is touched on in this Netflix film. Chiwetel Ejiofor plays real-life preacher Carlton Pearson, who suddenly hears God tell him that he should evangelize that their is no Hell. His congregation and his supporters think he's lost it, but Carlton remains resolute. Eric joins this episode to talk about the merits and flaws of this film. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUN 15
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Episode 369 - Come Sunday *Listener's Choice*

Latest Episodes

Episode 378 - Die Hard *Christmas Episode*

ITQ returns to the airwaves with a special episode to pose the question: Is DIE HARD the greatest Christmas movie of all time? Joining Andrew and Phil is returning champion, Drew! The three movie nerds discuss why the classic 80's action film still holds up thirty years later. Here's a hint - the excellent screenplay is a big reason. This talk ranges from Alan Rickman's bad guy persona, to a production that kept rewriting itself as it went on, and just how earned was it to have Reginald VelJohnson's character kill that villain at the end? You won't want to miss this episode. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 DEC 21
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Episode 378 - Die Hard *Christmas Episode*

Episode 377 - Naked Lunch *Listener's Choice*

Drew returns to the program to discuss what is undoubtedly the greatest film adaptation of William Burroughs' writing. NAKED LUNCH is a surreal, inscrutable journey into the world of drug abuse and creative turmoil. Good thing we have Drew to talk us through it. The conversation ranges from homoerotic undertones and the warmth of Cronenberg. Give this podcast a listen! Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 DEC 17
Comments
Episode 377 - Naked Lunch *Listener's Choice*

Episode 376 - Sorry To Bother You

This sci-fi comedy set in alternate Oakland is unlike anything else you've seen. It's the brainchild of Boots Riley, a hip hop artist who's been dreaming up this film for many years. The discussion covers the machinations of the film's premise and the metaphor of a "white voice", which the main character Cassius employs in order to prosper at this job. Great acting all around makes for a solid moviegoing experience. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 AUG 1
Comments
Episode 376 - Sorry To Bother You

Episode 375 - Leave No Trace

This is a film that begins as a meditation on living in nature, under the principles support the idea behind the title, and then soon becomes an examination of two people trying to make their way in a bustling city. LEAVE NO TRACE reminded me of A24's ROOM in an inverse way, but it also recalls certain moments of THE HURT LOCKER. Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie give very natural performances as the father-daughter who try to cling to each other, although the daughter begins to feel a pull once she reaches Portland. A wonderful film by Debra Granik. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 30
Comments
Episode 375 - Leave No Trace

Episode 374 - The Lure *Listener's Choice*

Agnieszka Smocyńska directs this horror musical mash-up film, the first musical to ever come from the nation of Poland. It takes place in an alternate 1980s, at a nightclub that hosts two carnivorous singing mermaids. If you like your movies moody and weird, then this one is for you. There's nothing quite like it and it's certainly a cinematic experience. The delightful Leticia joins ITQ to talk about this singular film, a recent addition to the Criterion Collection. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 24
Comments
Episode 374 - The Lure *Listener's Choice*

Episode 373 - Sicario: Day of the Soldado

As sequels go, its generally a plus to retain the writer of the original film. Taylor Sheridan goes all in as the author of this second chapter and Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro reprise their characters. But there is a certain void left by the absence of Emily Blunt, Roger Deakins and undoubtedly, Denis Villeneuve. Still, Andrew found a lot to like about the film. It's a compelling potboiler. But Phil was not so fond of it. He did have fun talking about Josh Brolin's frequent appearances as politically right-wing figures in film. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 14
Comments
Episode 373 - Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Episode 372 - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me *Listener's Choice*

Bob is the evil that men do...and he all started on a whim from David Lynch on the set of "Twin Peaks" (1990). This topic and many more are explored in this illuminating discussion about one of Lynch's most maligned films. New guest, Steve joins the conversation surrounding this mysterious movie. He proves himself an expert on interpreting Lynch's obtuse intentions. Take a listen to this scintillating conversation. If you're a David Lynch fan, you won't want to miss it. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 3
Comments
Episode 372 - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me *Listener's Choice*

Episode 371 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Fred Rogers was an ordained minister and beloved childhood icon. This documentary is an hour and a half of pure love, and paints a portrait of the power of kindness. Andrew and Phil did not grow up watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" but still have an appreciation for this excellent film. The work of Mr. Rogers touches many lives and can stand as a beacon of hope in a troubled time. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
Comments
Episode 371 - Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Episode 370 - Hereditary

Toni Collette gives an earth-shaking performance as the troubled matriarch of an equally troubled family in this A24 horror masterpiece. HEREDITARY doesn't rely on jump scares to frighten us and has a potent and very real message about how dysfunctional families hurt their members. Andrew was troubled by the spoilers from the trailer, but nevertheless thoroughly loved the film. Phil breaks down the comparisons between this movie and The Exorcist, with some interesting associations. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUL 1
Comments
Episode 370 - Hereditary

Episode 369 - Come Sunday *Listener's Choice*

How do you know that voice speaking directly to you is God? That's an intriguing concept that is touched on in this Netflix film. Chiwetel Ejiofor plays real-life preacher Carlton Pearson, who suddenly hears God tell him that he should evangelize that their is no Hell. His congregation and his supporters think he's lost it, but Carlton remains resolute. Eric joins this episode to talk about the merits and flaws of this film. Check out this episode! You candownload the podcast hereby right-clicking on the hypertext link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player attached to this post.

-1 s2018 JUN 15
Comments
Episode 369 - Come Sunday *Listener's Choice*

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