Double Feature is a weekly audio show available here, on iTunes and at various other platforms. In this free podcast, Eric Thirteen and Michael Koester discuss two movies in-depth. Double Feature takes a positive look at films of all genres, finding even horror and exploitation movies have amazing things to offer.
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The final stop in a look at the roles of writer and cinematographer with David Mamet and Roger Deakins.
Another world, where things never made sense to begin with. A bizarre world. A more relatable world.
A much deserved look at the work of Bong Joon-ho. An update on virtual cinema!
Amazon’s SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection. An isolation Double Feature provides a look into one of the early attempts to recreate some of the film festival experience as most of the world remains on COVID-19 lock down.
A final trip to to the loose-trilogies of Lucio Fulci and Krzysztof Kieślowski.
Exploring Virtual Cinema with a stay inside and do a virtual séance double feature￼. What is virtual cinema? How virtual cinema differs from VOD in both spirit and practice. The unspoken blow to independent film in the time of COVID-19. Film Movement releases Zombi Child through arthouse theaters. Other Bertrand Bonello picks. A fresh take on zombies through a very personal and emotional examination of Haitian zombie lore. Zombi Child in the context of French cinema. France’s relationship with horror. Drafthouse brings the Alamo Stay-at-Home experience to Extra Ordinary. What is it like to attend the Alamo Drafthouse? Pre-show and Q&As. The visual and stylistic comedy of Extra Ordinary.
Shelf life. How movies fall in and out of touch with society. Relatability is a circle. Eric’s new film Antrum is the deadliest film ever made and also the number one trending movie on Amazon Prime!
David Mamet and Roger Deakins reconvene as Double Feature looks at the guiding hand. A complete deconstruction of what it even means to “write” a film. Also: the secret holy trinity of horror cinematography.
Tragic masculinity examined as Double Feature covers movies people have actually heard of!