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Chillpak Hollywood Hour

  • Year 18, Episode 7

    24 GIU 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 24 June 2024     Description:   Dean and Phil got together in Los Angeles this week to watch David Robert Mitchell's It Follows, to see if it's as good as they remember OR if, as Quentin Tarantino claims, the film does not "play by its own rules". You will hear the discussion in real time as your friends in podcasting watch the film and analyze it. First though, because a loyal listener like you (yes, YOU!) asked, Dean & Phil will tackle the controversy surrounding the use of AI-generated art in the recent Late Night with the Devil (a film Dean loved and which Phil pointed out definitely discards its own rules 75 minutes in). Finally, actress-singer-writer-improviser Lily Holleman drops in to discuss Juneteenth, her birthday, the latest "refurbishments" at Disneyland, the demise of Siren Radio and the music of comedian Sinbad!
    Ascoltato 1 h 3 min.
  • Year 18, Episode 6

    17 GIU 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 17 June 2024     Description:   In more than 17 years of bringing you free, weekly entertainment, we don’t believe either Dean or Phil have mentioned the great theologian, humanist, educator, philosopher and satirist Erasmus. Finally, that oversight gets rectified! Sci-fi, radio, journalism, history, education, the "sound of the future" and the scenic delights of Middlesbrough are just some of the topics covered as lifelong broadcaster, educator and friend of the show Alex Lewczuk joins your friends in podcasting.
    Ascoltato 57 min. 24 sec.
  • Year 18, Episode 5

    10 GIU 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 10 June 2024     Description:   Dean will be heading to Los Angeles this week and plans to deal with a “haunted vacuum”? Paramount Pictures (and its parent company) are for sale. Dean and Phil discuss the ramifications of this. Many great films premiered in competition at the recent Cannes Film Festival. Dean and Phil examine the award-winners. A film festival favorite available now on Netflix is Richard Linklater's dark romantic comedy Hit Man. Dean and Phil discuss it. Then, they take a deep dive look at three "art house" films of recent vintage and use that dive as the vehicle fore exploring the function, importance and failure of critics. The films in question are Joanna Hogg's ghost story The Eternal Daughter and Jane Schoenbrun's coming-of-age psychodramas We're All Going to the World's Fair and the current theatrical release I Saw the TV Glow.
    Ascoltato 1 h 8 min. 9 sec.
  • Year 18, Episode 4

    3 GIU 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 3 June 2024     Description:   This week’s show begins with a correction about the great Death Race 2000 (discussed two episodes back) and about the talented filmmakers behind it. Then, in “What We’re Reading”, Dean discusses the Beatrice Hyde-Clare Mysteries and Phil reveals his thoughts inspired by Brian Greene’s The Hidden Reality. These thoughts, in turn, lead to stories about UCLA great Bill Walton, who died this past week, and the Integratron, which Phil visited before last week’s show. After discussions of Multiverse theory, sound baths, and the wit and wisdom of John Wooden, focus shifts to a staggering array of movies and television shows. The movies include Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the Egyptian comedy Voy Voy Voy, the Canadian vampire film Humanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person, and the great Céline Sciamma’s Petite Maman. The television shows are “The Mandalorian”, (followed by a deep dive into the entire Star Wars small screen universe), “Star Trek: Discovery”, (followed by an examination of a fatal flaw that has doomed “Star Trek” at various points in its history), and the genre mash-up Colin Farrell vehicle “Sugar” (for Apple TV +). After that, a question from a loyal listener like you (yes, YOU!) leads to a discussion about the large screen format ScreenX. Finally, in “Celebrity Deaths”, Phil quizzes Dean about a convicted felon-turned-actor and a two-time Oscar Winner for Best Picture!
    Ascoltato 1 h 7 min. 1 sec.
  • Year 18, Episode 3

    27 MAG 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 27 May 2024   Description:   The best thing about being podcast-only (again) is that for the first time in years, Dean and Phil can produce shows of whatever length tickles their fancy. Indeed, this week’s Chillpak Hollywood Hour gives you more than 10% more “hour”! The show begins with a cold open, wherein Phil reveals that he is not the only filmmaker who gets upset when other filmmakers don’t follow the rules they themselves have set up for a particular movie. In this instance, it’s Quentin Tarantino taking a much-loved modern horror classic to task. Then, Phil briefly revisits his recent travels to Catalina and Dean’s forthcoming travel plans, revealing that Dean has added a NYC trip to the mix in order to see a little-known, conceptual gem of a gallery. Phil previews where he will be spending Independence Day this year, and how a re-watch of Jim Jarmusch’s early classic Mystery Train has him jazzed to visit Memphis (and Graceland!) again this November. Standing ovations at Cannes, the impending financial train wreck that is Kevin Costner’s multi-part big-screen Horizon: An American Saga, and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two all get discussed. Phil then reveals the latest news regarding a potential defamation lawsuit against Netflix and “Baby Reindeer” and explains why he is willing to now give the show and its creators the benefit of the doubt. After discussing the brilliance of actor Dabney Colemna and how Phil once ruined a birthday party for the 9 to 5 star, the “Funniest Man in America” and a groundbreaking recording engineer get remembered before “Celebrity Deaths” turns into a quiz testing Dean’s cultural/show biz literacy. Finally, after a brief musical interlude, Dean re-joins the festivities, this time from London, where he files a “boots on the ground” report. Phil concludes by previewing next week’s show, including an extraordinary adventure he took to the Integratron!
    Ascoltato 1 h 7 min. 32 sec.
  • Year 18, Episode 2

    20 MAG 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 20 May 2024     Description:   Phil is back from a weekend excursion to Catalina and regales with tales of his trip. Dean previews his forthcoming trips to London, Los Angeles, Japan and Europe. Many different Netflix shows starring comedian John Mulaney get discussed, and his work ranging from stand-up to sketch to performance art gets analyzed. Three recent movies also get analyzed: the “found footage” horror favorite Late Night with the Devil, the Ian McShane-starring indie thriller American Star, and a modern classic from France, The Taste of Things. Finally, Hollywood giant Roger Corman gets remembered in "Celebrity Deaths".
    Ascoltato 1 h 30 sec.
  • Year 18, Episode 1

    13 MAG 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 13 May 2024     Description:   After traveling across the country (on Spirit Airlines), Phil has been laid up all week, sick as a dog. Dean has been avoiding the dazzling nighttime Aurora displays put on by the current solar storm. They both have a great deal of show biz news, views and reviews on their minds, however. First off, Dean previews the forthcoming Ryan Coogler-led “X-Files” reboot, hipping us to its premise. Then, he and Phil make sense of the Ryan Gosling-starring The Fall Guy, both appraising its merits and explaining its box office failure. The future of action as a genre on both the big and small screens gets analyzed. Jerry Seinfeld’s utterly silly, possibly sly Unfrosted and the seething reaction to it get dissected. Everybody’ seems to love Netflix’s new series “Baby Reindeer”, except for the possibly defamed subject of it! Dean and Phil come at this one from all angles. Finally, Phil explains what went wrong with Taika Waititi’s recent true-life sports comedy Next Goal Wins and expresses confusion over why Hulu’s “The Bear” is considered a comedy.
    Ascoltato 1 h 1 min. 50 sec.
  • 17th Anniversary Show

    6 MAG 2024 · Original Release Date: Monday 6 May, 2024    A brief history lesson: In May of 2007, Dean Haglund & Phil Leirness started changing the way people listen to the internet with "From The Heart of Hollywood". After a cease and desist from an individual claiming "brand confusion", the name was changed to (YOUR) YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. On December 2 2019, after 652 previous episodes, Dean & Phil launched "Season 2" making the move to live streaming on Odysy Radio. Sometime later, "Odysy" rebranded to "Subspace Radio". Last week, based on math that defies our understanding (100 episode "seasons" now?) was Season 4 Episode 17, and what turned out to be the LAST live streaming episode of this show ... For now anyway. This week’s installment is our 17th Anniversary episode and it features Dean and Phil TOGHETHER in Michigan, discussing the future of the show, answering emails from listeners, discussing Alex Garland’s Civil War, Japanese Breakfast’s “Be Sweet”, a forthcoming documentary about Detroit and some of the many charms of the Wolverine State (“Go, Blue!”).
    Ascoltato 57 min. 30 sec.
  • Season 4 Episode 17

    30 APR 2024 · Original Air Date: Monday 29 April, 9 pm Eastern     Description:   We are one week away from our 17th Anniversary and on this week's show, your friends in broadcasting & podcasting ask for your help in celebrating this milestone! They also discuss a whole lot of movie news and reviews, including the death of a Cannes Palme d'Or winner, the latest on Francis Coppola's Megalopolis, the return of George Lucas to Star Wars, Steven Spielberg directing a television series based on a script by Stanley Kubrick, the controversy surrounding Taylor Swift's new album, the meaning of "anti-war" and "anti-violence", the latest in the Rust on-set shooting prosecutions, the latest terrible twist of fate in the Harvey Weinstein prosecutions, the latest (last?) in Michael Apted's "Up" documentary series, the cinematic greatness of Jean Cocteau, and a new Japanese classic hitting theaters soon.
    Ascoltato 54 min. 40 sec.
  • Season 4 Episode 16

    23 APR 2024 · Original Air Date: Monday 22 April, 9 pm Eastern     Description:   Two weeks shy of their 17th anniversary show, Dean is in Washington D.C. and Phil is in "The Hub of Silicon Valley", and via the magic of podcasting and broadcasting, they bring you this week’s show,  featuring discussions about silent film classics, the Japanese art of the Benshi, a ground-breaking and star-studded new production of "MacBeth", current iterations of "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" on the small screen, a genre-bending private detective series on Apple TV+, and hilarious stories about airports and Dean's efforts to give his dogs an Instagram presence.
    Ascoltato 55 min. 38 sec.
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