Just in time for Valentine's Day, Elric and Brian indulge their romantic sides and offer up lists of films that they feel are about love and the complications involved with it. Watch these movies with your special someone (or your pets)!
Elric and Brian return for Season Three of Pure Cinema with a special announcement (their new partnership with the film website The Pink Smoke) and to discuss films that make them think of America (for better or worse). Some iconic movies discussed here and some that are more off the beaten path. The show will be coming out every two weeks this season so if you are looking for more episodes, check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/purecinemapod
As a sort of an end of the year wrap-up show, Elric and Brian each put together lists of "10 films Because" that are some favorite first time watches from 2017 - so not a traditional top ten, but a mix of new and old films that they enjoyed seeing over the past year.
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On this season two finale of the show, Brian and Elric go epic with an in depth discussion of some of their favorite discoveries from Danny Peary's book CULT MOVIES 2. This episode even includes an interview with Peary himself! Enjoy!
On this second October episode, Elric and Brian are joined by Elric's Shockwaves Podcast co-host Rob Galluzzo to talk about some film music - specifically some of their favorite scores and composers for horror films.
On this special October episode, Elric and Brian are joined by Filmmaker Jackson Stewart (BEYOND THE GATES) as all three of them choose SIX Horror film triple features for your enjoyment! (get it? 6-6-6!)
On this episode Elric and Brian choose films from 5 different segments of life - Childhood, Adolescence, The 20s Drift, Adulthood and The Twilight Years.
On this episode, Elric and Brian announce a quick format change before diving deep into one of their favorite boutique Blu-ray labels - Twilight Time. Twilight Time is a haven for cult and classic film fans alike and it was tough to choose only five films each to highlight!
in honor of the 25th Anniversary of RESERVOIR DOGS, Elric and Brian run down and discuss all of Quentin Tarantino's films and suggest a pairing for each one of them.
On this week's episode, Elric and Brian go full ahead into the world and influence of Silent Movies and call out some favorites as well as offering some possible good entry points for folks that have yet to dive into this incredibly exciting, funny and dramatic partition of cinema.
For this mid-season bonus, we are releasing the very first episode we did for our Patreon subscribers when we launched - which is an extension of/sequel to our very first "Handshake Movies" section of the pilot episode of the show. Here, we dive back into the well of some of our personal favorites and discuss Five more Handshake films each! Enjoy!
On this episode, Elric and Brian take some time out from their trip to New York City (working on Brian's Danny Peary documentary) and talk about their experience in the few days they've been there and discuss some of their favorite films that make them think of New York. The episode includes clips from some folks they talked to while in the city - with each guest talking about a few New York movies of their own.
On this episode, Elric and Brian are honored to be joined by screenwriter Larry Karaszewski (ED WOOD, THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT, MAN ON THE MOON, BIG EYES and THE PEOPLE V. O.J. SIMPSON) to discuss and break down the biopic genre into more broad and diverse categories.
Taking a page from Season 1 - on this episode Elric and Brian examine some films from the 1990s that they think fit into the cult category (each picking 10 movies to highlight).
Pure Cinema Season Two is in full effect as Elric and Brian talk High School movies with screenwriter Dan Waters (HEATHERS, BATMAN RETURNS, DEMOLITION MAN, ADVENTURES OF FORD FAIRLANE)!
Elric and Brian kick of Pure Cinema Season Two with a discussion of some of their favorite “Summer” movies! It’s full-on summertime! Kick back and enjoy! Also - check out our Patreon for bonus content! https://www.patreon.com/purecinemapod
On this special summer bonus episode, Elric and Brian take a deep dive into the Code Red DVD label and sit down with the one-man-band behind it - Mr. Bill Olsen. After their chat with Bill, they run though a group of films from Code Red that they like and think are worthy of picking up. They also choose one film each from Scorpion Releasing (basically a sister company to Code Red, run by Bill's brother Walt) to highlight as well. Enjoy!
On this week's show, Elric and Brian welcome guest Josh Olson (Academy Award nominated screenwriter of A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE) and enter into the gritty world of crime films - each offering "5 Films Because" in a demonstration of their love for the genre.
Inspired by Scream Factory's new Blu-ray release of John Waters' film SERIAL MOM, Elric and Brian discuss the film and offer up suggestions of things to pair with it. Next, they diverge into the topic of dysfunctional families in cinema and offer their 5 films because for movies that have both real and created familial situations.
On this first bonus episode, Elric and Brian field a whole bunch of listener questions in an epic conversation that runs almost two and a half hours! From their favorite Kubrick, Joe Don Baker and Sybil Danning films, to movies that make them weepy and their most fond memories of theatrical screenings plus much much more! Enjoy and thanks for listening!
This week, Elric and Brian plunge into the dark and seedy world of Neo-Noir movies and offer up five recommendations each with a classic Noir film to pair with every one as a "chaser".
On this week's show, Elric and Brian are joined by their first guest - Stephen Scarlata (JODOROWSKY'S DUNE, BEYOND THE GATES) - to talk about some of their favorite "Ripoff Movies". The impetus for this episode is the release of CATHY'S CURSE on Blu-ray from Severin Films, which we take some time to discuss at the top of the show before delving into the wild world of cinematic Rip-off's.