AYT #108: A Furious Road Divided

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On this episode, Joe and Erik discuss at length Mad Max: Fury Road as well as the entire series up to this point. With hyperbole already reaching a boiling point in some cinephile/critic circles on the film, we hope to provide some balanced opinions on this latest work in the franchise, even if we do love the film. Lastly, our next edition of HOLD UP: Emilio Estevez’ directorial debut, the 1986 film Wisdom.

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Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

AYT #107: The Debut Episode

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On this episode, Joe and Erik talk about AYT favorite Ryan Gosling‘s directorial debut Lost River, which you can rent on VOD right now. Then it’s onto Alex Garland‘s new film Ex Machina (also his debut as director). Lastly, our next edition of HOLD UP: Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach.

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AYT #106: Looking Fast, Feeling Furious

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On this episode Erik and Joe talk about two new releases that couldn’t be further apart in terms of style, tone and budget: box office behemoth Furious 7 and micro-budgeted midwestern indie Buzzard. The last part of the show we introduce our next edition of HOLD UP: Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach.

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AYT #105: Dog Bites Man

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On this episode Erik and Joe talk about two new releases that take strange turns into genre territory with a more artsy leaning: Spring and White God. The final segment we unpack our latest edition of HOLD UP: 1986’s Rutger Hauer-starring terror/action movie The Hitcher.

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AYT #104: Follow Us

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On this episode, Joe and Erik discuss the new horror film It Follows and also the Argentine anthology piece Wild Tales. Later in the show, they revisit Laptop Cinema with some recommendations to watch online: Cannon FilmsRunaway Train and Don Hertzfeldt‘s first feature It’s Such A Beautiful Day. Lastly, Joe introduces his latest choice for HOLD UP: 1986’s Rutger Hauer-starring terror/action movie The Hitcher.

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AYT #103: how ever do you want me, how ever do you need me

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Joe and Erik are reunited on this episode, recording together old school at the Northwest Film Center’s recording studio. On the show we look at four films united by a sense of the cinematic: these titles are alike in that they support the Roger Ebert maxim that “it’s not what a movie is about, it’s how it is about it.” They are: The Duke of Burgundy, Alleluia, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, all new releases available now or very soon in theaters and VOD. The fourth is Hype Williams‘ as yet only feature Belly, from 1998, which makes up our second edition of HOLD UP.

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AYT #102: Mann Up

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This week, Joe and Erik talk about American Sniper and the career of Michael Mann. They also tease the next edition of new segment, HOLD UP.

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AYT #101: Civil Rights Violations

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This week, Joe and Erik talk about two big releases, starting the show on Martin Luther King biopic Selma and then moving into a chat about the latest from AYT favorite Paul Thomas Anderson, Inherent Vice. Last segment sees Joe finishing off the first edition of a new segment, Hold Up: The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.

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AYT #100

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It’s here. We’ve arrived at our 100th episode at AYT, and bringing it all full circle to our very first podcast, we delve into our top 10 films of the year. So get your lists ready and make sure to track down all our favorites from 2014.

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AYT #99: Midnight Marauders Beyond Thunderdome

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We’re back (and one episode away from 100!). Erik and Joe bring back the midnight movies discussion—which began way back in AYT #6— because it just won’t die. Films discussed include: Why Don’t You Play In Hell?, Starry Eyes, The BabadookAlleluia.

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