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A "comedic" and "educational" movie commentary podcast from the film nerd friends for people who don't have film nerd friends.Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam FletcherEmail us at Cineppraisal@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal

Latest Episodes

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

EWhat… is our name? Cineppraisal. What... is our quest? To talk about our favorite movies. What... is this way of speaking? Watch the film and find out! Today, we’re discussing one of the most beloved and long-lasting comedies of all time, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Black Knights, French Taunters, Bridges of Peril, Plagues, Self-Flagellations, Non-Witches, Political Arguments, Temptresses, Bloody Weddings, Eccentric Enchanters, and of course, Killer Rabbits may or may not be a part of your viewing experience. It is ridiculous? Yes. Is it quotable? Yes. Are there lots of questions? Most definitely. It’s a film unlike any other, so join us in our quest… for the Holy Grail. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Watch Monty Python and the Holy Grail on Netflix or various home media releases! https://amzn.to/3eClY6z Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Monty Python and the Holy Grail was directed by Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones and released in 1975 by Python (Monty) Pictures. The screenplay was written by Monty Python, with music by De Wolfe Limited and Neil Innes.

96 minJUL 17
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail

The Matrix

EWhat if I told you... that everything you know is— wait, Morpheus never said that? Oh, well, still! Forget about what you think you know.... or something or other. Ever feel like you’re just stuck in a dream with too many allusions to Lewis Carroll for some reason? Imagine a world filled with skin-tight leather outfits, lots of guns, and at least two cats. No, wait, it was just the same one twice... oh, and the world itself isn’t real, but there is a real world somewhere... except it’s filled with robots. Maybe you’re a chosen one! Maybe you’re not really! Maybe you were too busy looking at the woman in the red dress! Maybe you wanted to fit a joke about Point Break somewhere in this description, but couldn’t figure out how! Knock, knock, Neo. You can take the blue pill and just watch The Matrix, or you can take the red pill and watch it with us! It’s an all new distancely-recorded Cineppraisal. Why does Adam sound like he's stuck inside the Matrix, you ask? Because he probably is! Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Watch The Matrix on Netflix or various home media releases! https://amzn.to/2B5UtnM Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The Matrix was directed by The Wachowskis and released in 1999 by Warner Bros. Pictures. The screenplay was written by The Wachowskis, with music by Don Davis. Adam's suggested watch order for the entire Matrix series: Beyond A Detective Story The Matrix The Second Renaissance Part 1 & 2 Matriculated World Record Program Kid's Story Final Flight of the Osiris The Matrix: Reloaded The Matrix: Revolutions

141 minJUN 14
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The Matrix

Jurassic Park

EThe kindliest Ayn Rand protagonist subjects his grandchildren to the nightmare factory he runs, shortly after an employee was killed. Join Dax, Adam, See Jurassic Right's Steven Ray Morris, and the mononymous Zak for a Ford Explorer ride down childhood memory lane with the film that turned us all from Dinosaur loving 2nd graders to terrified 3rd graders. Welcome to Jurassic Park. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Jurassic Park on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2vEeeA2 Stream Jurassic Park on Amazon https://amzn.to/2GLZqSt Steven's Podcast "See Jurassic Right" https://play....

132 minFEB 3
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Jurassic Park

Buster Keaton's The General

EThe original action star, Buster Keaton, at it again in what might be his all-time biggest spectacle. 1927’s “The General” still boasts practical stunts that will leave you floored and cringing as Keaton goes on a high-speed chase to save the Woman and Steam Engine he loves. Hop onboard The General with Dax & Adam, and see why almost every action star to follow, from Jackie Chan to Harrison Ford, would go on to draw inspiration from the seemingly immortal director and star. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy The General on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2rs0I0u Stream The General for free with Amazon Prime https://amzn.to/34F81Qw Or watch it for free on YouTube (but you didn't hear that from us) http://bit.ly/2NuZSbJ Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The General was directed by Clyde Bruckman and Buster Keaton and released in 1927 by Buster Keaton Productions and Joseph M. Schenck Productions. The screenplay was written by Al Boasberg, Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton, Charles Henry Smith, and Paul Gerard Smith.

112 min2019 NOV 9
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Buster Keaton's The General

The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine

EIn the town where we weren’t born Lived some dudes who watched movies And they told you opinions About Yellow Submarine! Join us for a marvelous journey full of music, Blue Meanies, the Dreadful Flying Glove, a Sea of Time, a Sea of Monsters, a Sea of Holes, a Nowhere Man, a four-headed bulldog, a lot of 60s psychedelics, and of course, The Beatles. It’s the animated music-filled classic, Yellow Submarine. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Note: This audio was actually recorded back in 2017, so please forgive some of our more topical comments that may not exactly line up with today's timeline. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Yellow Submarine on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2lQZB7P Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com/ Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Yellow Submarine was directed by George Dunning and released in 1968 by Apple Films. The animation was directed by Robert Balser, George Dunning, and Jack Stokes. The live-action footage was directed by Dennis Abey and Al Brodax. It was produced by Al Brodax with a screenplay by Lee Minoff, Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn, Erich Segal, and Roger McGough (uncredited) based on the song “Yellow Submarine” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The film stars John Clive as John, Geoffrey Hughes as Paul, Peter Batten as George (uncredited due to not finishing the role after being arrested for deserting the British Army, no joke), Paul Angelis as Opening Narrator / Chief Blue Meanie / Ringo / George, Dick Emery as Max / Lord Mayor / Jeremy Hillary Boob, and Lance Percival as "Young/Old" Fred. The film’s music is by Sir George Martin, and of course, The Beatles.

96 min2019 SEP 15
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The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine

The Woman in Black

There’s something wrong in that massive house, in the middle of a lake, in the Edwardian English countryside, and it’ll take an insurance clerk (Daniel Radcliffe “Horns,” “Other Movies”) and a small town noble (Ciarán Hinds “Game of Thrones,” “There Will Be Blood”) to unravel a mystery of unspeakable horror. 2012’s “The Woman in Black” is a full-throated return to form for Hammer Films, the undisputed masters of horror in the 1960s and 70s. So, strap in because it’s going to get dark as Dax slowly realizes what this movie is really about! Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy The Woman in Black Blu-ray https://amzn.to/30LCprb Stream The Woman in Black Digitally https://amzn.to/2LcgpjV Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com/ Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The Woman in Black was directed by James Watkins and released in 2012 by Alliance Films and Hammer Films (and a whole bunch of other studios). It was produced by Richard Jackson, Simon Oakes, and Brian Oliver with a screenplay by Jane Goldman based on The Woman in Black novel by Susan Hill. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, and Liz White. The film’s music is by Marco Beltrami with cinematography by Tim Maurice-Jones.

102 min2019 AUG 31
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The Woman in Black

Rashomon

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A bandit, a samurai, and his bride walk into a grove and…. Oh wait, you have? How does it go? The bride falls in love with the bandit? But I thought she was traumatized and begged for her husband’s forgiveness. Wait, who’s the woodcutter in all this? And why is there a medium in court giving viable testimony? That’s right, our inaugural episode is on Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon! Have a hard time remembering things? Well strap in, ‘cause you have no idea (and neither do we). Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Rashomon Criterion Blu-ray https://amzn.to/33nWOE9 Rent or Buy Rashomon Digitally https://amzn.to/2yQIKoF Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/daxschaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Rashomon (羅生門) was directed by Akira Kurosawa and released in 1950 by Daiei Film. It was produced by Minoru Jingo with a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa and Shinobu Hashimoto based on the 1922 short story "In a Grove" by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. The film stars Toshiro Mifune, Machiko Kyō, Masayuki Mori, Takashi Shimura, and Minoru Chiaki. The film’s music is by Fumio Hayasaka with Cinematography by Kazuo Miyagawa.

96 min2019 AUG 10
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Rashomon

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Welcome to Cineppraisal, a film commentary podcast hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher. Join us as we have relaxed and (hopefully) well-informed discussions about some of our favorite movies. Anything from Méliès to Man on the Moon, as long as we have a good time. Follow our podcast @Cineppraisal on all the things https://twitter.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com https://anchor.fm/cineppraisal

31 s2019 AUG 3
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Latest Episodes

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

EWhat… is our name? Cineppraisal. What... is our quest? To talk about our favorite movies. What... is this way of speaking? Watch the film and find out! Today, we’re discussing one of the most beloved and long-lasting comedies of all time, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Black Knights, French Taunters, Bridges of Peril, Plagues, Self-Flagellations, Non-Witches, Political Arguments, Temptresses, Bloody Weddings, Eccentric Enchanters, and of course, Killer Rabbits may or may not be a part of your viewing experience. It is ridiculous? Yes. Is it quotable? Yes. Are there lots of questions? Most definitely. It’s a film unlike any other, so join us in our quest… for the Holy Grail. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Watch Monty Python and the Holy Grail on Netflix or various home media releases! https://amzn.to/3eClY6z Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Monty Python and the Holy Grail was directed by Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones and released in 1975 by Python (Monty) Pictures. The screenplay was written by Monty Python, with music by De Wolfe Limited and Neil Innes.

96 minJUL 17
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail

The Matrix

EWhat if I told you... that everything you know is— wait, Morpheus never said that? Oh, well, still! Forget about what you think you know.... or something or other. Ever feel like you’re just stuck in a dream with too many allusions to Lewis Carroll for some reason? Imagine a world filled with skin-tight leather outfits, lots of guns, and at least two cats. No, wait, it was just the same one twice... oh, and the world itself isn’t real, but there is a real world somewhere... except it’s filled with robots. Maybe you’re a chosen one! Maybe you’re not really! Maybe you were too busy looking at the woman in the red dress! Maybe you wanted to fit a joke about Point Break somewhere in this description, but couldn’t figure out how! Knock, knock, Neo. You can take the blue pill and just watch The Matrix, or you can take the red pill and watch it with us! It’s an all new distancely-recorded Cineppraisal. Why does Adam sound like he's stuck inside the Matrix, you ask? Because he probably is! Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Watch The Matrix on Netflix or various home media releases! https://amzn.to/2B5UtnM Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The Matrix was directed by The Wachowskis and released in 1999 by Warner Bros. Pictures. The screenplay was written by The Wachowskis, with music by Don Davis. Adam's suggested watch order for the entire Matrix series: Beyond A Detective Story The Matrix The Second Renaissance Part 1 & 2 Matriculated World Record Program Kid's Story Final Flight of the Osiris The Matrix: Reloaded The Matrix: Revolutions

141 minJUN 14
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The Matrix

Jurassic Park

EThe kindliest Ayn Rand protagonist subjects his grandchildren to the nightmare factory he runs, shortly after an employee was killed. Join Dax, Adam, See Jurassic Right's Steven Ray Morris, and the mononymous Zak for a Ford Explorer ride down childhood memory lane with the film that turned us all from Dinosaur loving 2nd graders to terrified 3rd graders. Welcome to Jurassic Park. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Jurassic Park on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2vEeeA2 Stream Jurassic Park on Amazon https://amzn.to/2GLZqSt Steven's Podcast "See Jurassic Right" https://play....

132 minFEB 3
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Jurassic Park

Buster Keaton's The General

EThe original action star, Buster Keaton, at it again in what might be his all-time biggest spectacle. 1927’s “The General” still boasts practical stunts that will leave you floored and cringing as Keaton goes on a high-speed chase to save the Woman and Steam Engine he loves. Hop onboard The General with Dax & Adam, and see why almost every action star to follow, from Jackie Chan to Harrison Ford, would go on to draw inspiration from the seemingly immortal director and star. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy The General on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2rs0I0u Stream The General for free with Amazon Prime https://amzn.to/34F81Qw Or watch it for free on YouTube (but you didn't hear that from us) http://bit.ly/2NuZSbJ Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The General was directed by Clyde Bruckman and Buster Keaton and released in 1927 by Buster Keaton Productions and Joseph M. Schenck Productions. The screenplay was written by Al Boasberg, Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton, Charles Henry Smith, and Paul Gerard Smith.

112 min2019 NOV 9
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Buster Keaton's The General

The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine

EIn the town where we weren’t born Lived some dudes who watched movies And they told you opinions About Yellow Submarine! Join us for a marvelous journey full of music, Blue Meanies, the Dreadful Flying Glove, a Sea of Time, a Sea of Monsters, a Sea of Holes, a Nowhere Man, a four-headed bulldog, a lot of 60s psychedelics, and of course, The Beatles. It’s the animated music-filled classic, Yellow Submarine. Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Note: This audio was actually recorded back in 2017, so please forgive some of our more topical comments that may not exactly line up with today's timeline. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Yellow Submarine on Blu-ray https://amzn.to/2lQZB7P Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com/ Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth Films https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Yellow Submarine was directed by George Dunning and released in 1968 by Apple Films. The animation was directed by Robert Balser, George Dunning, and Jack Stokes. The live-action footage was directed by Dennis Abey and Al Brodax. It was produced by Al Brodax with a screenplay by Lee Minoff, Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn, Erich Segal, and Roger McGough (uncredited) based on the song “Yellow Submarine” by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The film stars John Clive as John, Geoffrey Hughes as Paul, Peter Batten as George (uncredited due to not finishing the role after being arrested for deserting the British Army, no joke), Paul Angelis as Opening Narrator / Chief Blue Meanie / Ringo / George, Dick Emery as Max / Lord Mayor / Jeremy Hillary Boob, and Lance Percival as "Young/Old" Fred. The film’s music is by Sir George Martin, and of course, The Beatles.

96 min2019 SEP 15
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The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine

The Woman in Black

There’s something wrong in that massive house, in the middle of a lake, in the Edwardian English countryside, and it’ll take an insurance clerk (Daniel Radcliffe “Horns,” “Other Movies”) and a small town noble (Ciarán Hinds “Game of Thrones,” “There Will Be Blood”) to unravel a mystery of unspeakable horror. 2012’s “The Woman in Black” is a full-throated return to form for Hammer Films, the undisputed masters of horror in the 1960s and 70s. So, strap in because it’s going to get dark as Dax slowly realizes what this movie is really about! Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy The Woman in Black Blu-ray https://amzn.to/30LCprb Stream The Woman in Black Digitally https://amzn.to/2LcgpjV Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/DaxSchaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com/ Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com The Woman in Black was directed by James Watkins and released in 2012 by Alliance Films and Hammer Films (and a whole bunch of other studios). It was produced by Richard Jackson, Simon Oakes, and Brian Oliver with a screenplay by Jane Goldman based on The Woman in Black novel by Susan Hill. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe, Ciarán Hinds, Janet McTeer, and Liz White. The film’s music is by Marco Beltrami with cinematography by Tim Maurice-Jones.

102 min2019 AUG 31
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The Woman in Black

Rashomon

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A bandit, a samurai, and his bride walk into a grove and…. Oh wait, you have? How does it go? The bride falls in love with the bandit? But I thought she was traumatized and begged for her husband’s forgiveness. Wait, who’s the woodcutter in all this? And why is there a medium in court giving viable testimony? That’s right, our inaugural episode is on Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon! Have a hard time remembering things? Well strap in, ‘cause you have no idea (and neither do we). Cineppraisal is an audio commentary podcast, designed to be played alongside the movies we talk about. During the beginning of the episode, we will mention sync points to help match up our audio with the film. Hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter @Cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://twitter.com/cineppraisal Buy Rashomon Criterion Blu-ray https://amzn.to/33nWOE9 Rent or Buy Rashomon Digitally https://amzn.to/2yQIKoF Follow Dax https://www.instagram.com/daxschaffer https://twitter.com/daxschaffer Follow A.E. Fletcher https://www.instagram.com/dungeonsndaleks https://twitter.com/dungeonsndaleks https://www.ofdistantlands.com Dax’s other pod about Don Bluth https://anchor.fm/tbtwbanbtb Adam’s Book https://amzn.to/2GWFexE Support us on ko-fi https://ko-fi.com/cineppraisal Intro and Outro Music by Ako the Chemist https://akothechemist.bandcamp.com Rashomon (羅生門) was directed by Akira Kurosawa and released in 1950 by Daiei Film. It was produced by Minoru Jingo with a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa and Shinobu Hashimoto based on the 1922 short story "In a Grove" by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. The film stars Toshiro Mifune, Machiko Kyō, Masayuki Mori, Takashi Shimura, and Minoru Chiaki. The film’s music is by Fumio Hayasaka with Cinematography by Kazuo Miyagawa.

96 min2019 AUG 10
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Rashomon

Trailer

Welcome to Cineppraisal, a film commentary podcast hosted by Dax Schaffer and Adam Fletcher. Join us as we have relaxed and (hopefully) well-informed discussions about some of our favorite movies. Anything from Méliès to Man on the Moon, as long as we have a good time. Follow our podcast @Cineppraisal on all the things https://twitter.com/cineppraisal https://www.facebook.com/cineppraisal https://www.instagram.com/cineppraisal Email us at Cineppraisal@gmail.com https://anchor.fm/cineppraisal

31 s2019 AUG 3
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