Quarantine Comfort Vol. 1 / Trey Lawson

Film writer and host of the Tomb of Ideas podcast, Trey Lawson,  presents his Quarantine Comfort Film, The Shadow (1994) and host James Patrick pairs it with one of his own for a Happy Time Double Feature.

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CREDITS:

Talking Heads:

James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble)

Trey Lawson (@T_Lawson)

Music Contained in this Podcast:

Preacher Boy – “Shamedown”
Jerry Goldsmith – “The Shadow”
Taylor Dayne – “Original Sin”
Danny Elfman – “Final Confrontation”

 

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Recorded in April 2020. Copyrights are owned by the artists and their labels. Negative dollars are made from this podcast.

TCMFF 2020 @ Home / Jessica Pickens


Classic Hollywood musicals blogger Jessica Pickens (@HollywoodComet) stays at home and talks about the 2020 @ Home Edition of the Turner Classic Movie Film Festival.

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CREDITS:

Talking Heads:

James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) is @ home.

Jessica Pickens (@HollywoodComet) is also @ home.

Music Contained in this Podcast:

Preacher Boy – “Shamedown”

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Recorded in April 2020. Copyrights are owned by the artists and their labels. Negative dollars are made from this podcast.

December Prompt: Festive Shaming

It’s December, which means you only have one month to wrap up any of those last unwatched movies on your Shame Statement. Even if you didn’t make a Shame Statement this year, just go ahead and pick that one movie you haven’t watched. We all have that one nagging outlier that just won’t get watched and it won’t go away. Rather than let it haunt your dreams like Jacob Marley, you should probably just go ahead and put it to rest before Christmas Eve.

I’ve spent the entire year focusing on my #Watch1989 marathon (60 1989 movies and counting) so I’ll finish as many of those as I can, but I’ll also finally watch The Night of the Hunter. I watched the last thirty minutes on TCM many years ago and never brought myself to do a full viewing.

I won’t even get into how many movies on my Statement I actually watched. Between #Watch1989 and Cinema Shame podcasting… ugh. Just brutal. I am shamed.

I see you, Robert Mitchum.

Whatever your measure of Shame, take it down a notch. Start your new year with a brand new batch of unseen movies. After all, ’tis the season to be jolly, eat well and watch a lot of great movies. You have no excuse. Not the weather (more time to watch movies). Not imposing out-of-town family members (share your Shame!). Make each of these viewings an event. You’ll never regret watching a classic that’s been nagging at your conscience.

Now a little housekeeping…

Start thinking about your 2020 Shame Statements. The new decade is right around the corner.

Be sure to check out the latest Cinema Shame podcast featuring Julia Ricci (@julsrich) talking about her first-time watch of Lawrence of Arabia. Subscribe on iTunes / Stitcher / Spotify. If you enjoy what you hear, leave us a present under the Shame tree in the form of a review on your favorite listening platform.

Happy holidays, happy movie watching and may 2020 be your most Shameful year yet.

JDP