This Episode has a very important announcement towards the end of the episode so stay tuned. Kevin also covers the second half of his top 10 of the year so-far. Does your list match up with his, are there any films that made your list that he hasn't brought up yet? Tune in this week and next week to hear the rest of the list.
With the technical difficulties of the recording this week Kevin comes to the table late but with 5 small reviews of movies both streaming and in the theater now.
The song "Man of Constant Sorrow" was from the Coen Brother film and taken from youtube. It does not belong to The Zade Storey
In this brief episode Josh and Kevin cover "The Dark Tower" Staring Idris Elba, and Matthew McConaughey. Does the latest Steven King adaptation rise to the reputation of others or does it falter.
The trailer was taken from youtube.com
Happy Monday. Today marks a great day in history. It is the total eclipse here in Oregon and Kevin gets a chance to interview and talk with Josh Larsen. Josh Larsen is the author of "Movies are Prayers" and the co-host of one of Kevin's favorite movie podcasts "Filmspotting." They discuss Josh's new book as well as a fellow passion for viewing films critically.
Josh, Jacob, Kenny, Kevin, Matt, their names are your names too. For a movie as big as "Dunkirk" It takes five hosts to get this right. Even though the film is a historical event Kevin and Jacob discuss their reaction to the film version of the ending. Meanwhile Kenny and Josh feel the character development is a bit lacking. Matt feels as though this movie was created specifically for him as he claims it to be "One of the best theater experiences he has ever had." The discussion is great and the film ends up spreading the board when it comes to the ratings.
The trailer was taken from You Tube and doe snot belong to the Zade Storey
Matt Deluca stars as a guest host and first time viewer of Gladiator which is one of Kevin's all time favorites. Does Ridley Scott's 2001 best picture winner stand up in 2017? Listen here to find out.
The Sound clips including the music of Rush and the trailer were taken from youtube.com
On this weeks episode Matt Deluca joins Jacob and Kevin as they discuss the final (hopefully) installment of the "Apes" trilogy. During Recording there is a brief bit of technical difficulties that was unable to be fixed in the editing floor.
The clips from the movies and trailers were taken from youtube.com
Kevin and Jacob are back in the studio talking about the films of director Edgar Wright. Kevin and Jacob talk about the Cornetto Trilogy, and Scott Pilgrim vs the World. Kevin then gets a chance to reassess his original rating of "Baby Driver."
The trailers were taken from youtube.com
This episodes is not for babies. It is however for drivers, unless of course you are a baby. Tim Gillette invites himself into the Zade Storey studio to review the latest crime action comedy "Baby Driver" from director Edgar Wright. This episodes contains alcohol.
Some of the sound clips used do not belong to "The Zade Storey" and can be found on youtube.com including both the song "Debra" by Beck and "The Benny Hill Theme"
Kevin reviews the 2017 Netflix original "Okja" directed by Bong Joon-Ho. After seeing Snowpiercer in 2014 Kevin was willing to give anything Bong Joon-Ho made a watch. Can Tilda Swinton give back to back incredible perfrmances as wacky people willing to bend over to the almighty dollar or does even a giant super pig have it's limits?
Sound clips from the films were taken from youtube and do not belong to "The Zade Storey"
Kevin and his eldest daughter Gracie talk Cars 3. Josh is out for the week as summer finally starts to kick in up in the northwest but luckily for our listeners Kevin and Gracie were up for the challenge as Gracie took Kevin to "Cars 3" to celebrate Fathers day. Does Lightning McQueen have what it takes to wow his viewers both young and old?
Sounds that do not belong to the Zade Storey were taken from youtube.com
After last weeks discussion of "Wonder Women" Kevin decided to list off his six favorite female heroes. Does Gal Gadot end up on the list or does Kevin settle for more traditional heroines like "Elektra." Listen to find out.
The sound clips were taken from youtube.com and do not belong to The Zade Storey
Kevin and Josh disagree on the merits of the film during their discussion of Patty Jenkins 2017 box office hit "Wonder Woman" Starring Gal Gadot. Do they each stead fast to their opinions or can they overcome the points of contention. Listen to find out.
Kevin welcomes his wife Jordan into the studio to talk about 2017's sensational thriller "Get Out" directed by Jordan Peele. Jordan picked this film although it is way out of her genre preference. Kevin brings the baggage of 99% on Rotten Tomatoes into the viewing. Will Jordan look past the creepiness and will Kevin give it a break despite having super high expectations? Listen and find out.
The trailer for Get out was taken from youtube.com and does not belong to the Zade Storey. You can find Kenny Pruett's Podcast "Chew it with Pruett" HERE
The Zade Storey welcomes back Jacob Davis to cover the first four chronological "Alien" movies starting with Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" (2012), then "Alien: Covenant" (2017), Followed by the original 1979 "Alien" and concluding with James Cameron's "Aliens" (1986). Kevin and Jacob have seen all these films together which makes this a special occasion. When they watched Alien for the first time it changed Kevin's view of what horror could achieve. Can Ridley achieve the same result 38 years later? Listen to find out.
The sound clips from the movies do not belong to the "Zade Storey" and were taken from youtube.com as well as Wagner's "Entry of the Gods to Valhalla"
An attempt at a review of the new Marvel film. It ended up being a cluster. We do announce the winner of a contest though, so that was fun!
The sound clips do not belong to the Zade Storey
One of the gifts Kevin gave to his wife for being the mother of his children was not editing this weekend. So our "Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2" episode will air next week. For those who didn't catch it in December of 2015 this is Teresa Zade (Kevin's Mom) and Kevin talking about Meryl Streep's film "Riki and the Flash". Kevin gives a terrible explanation for why he calls this episode a kegerator (but he would love feedback.) Enjoy
The Sound Clips (including music) from "Riki and the Flash" do not belong to The Zade Storey and were taken from youtube.com
Jonathan Demme was a master at elevating material and directed some of Kevin's favorites including "The Manchurian Candidate", "Philadelphia," and "Silence of the Lambs" plus many more. In this very short micro-brew we briefly discuss his work and due to a listener request bring back 3's Company Clips!
The Sound clips do not belong to the Zade Storey they were taken from youtbe
78 episodes later and they are still making fast and the furious sequels. Will it ever stop? Should they ever stop? Josh and Kevin talk here about the highs and lows of latest franchise installment. Nostalgia runs rampant as Kevin and Josh call back to their first official episode when they review Furious Seven.
The sound clips from the trailer were taken from Youtube.com and do not belong to the Zade Storey
Welcome to the Growler. Similar to a micro-brew episode only instead of doing a small episode on an older film we do an extra long episode about one director. In this Growler episode Kevin welcomes back Jacob Davis to the studio where Kevin and him talk about every movie PTA wrote and directed. They cover 7 films, one director, all in around 2 hours. Enjoy
The trailers and sound clips in today's episode were taken from youtube and do not belong to the Zade Storey