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Clark Coffey And Cullen McFater

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Two filmmakers, Clark and Cullen, a generation apart, compare and contrast the movies that inspire them. They'll use their difference in age to analyze each film from their own unique time and perspective. Join them as they journey into a new movie each episode - the old and the new, blockbusters and indies, from the best known masterpieces to the hidden gems you may never have heard of.
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In the Name of the Father Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater This week Clark and Cullen talk about the 1993 historical drama In the Name of the Father. Set in Northern Ireland and England during the troubles and following the story of the Guilford Four, director Jim Sheridan focusses on Gerry Conlon (Daniel Day-Lewis) and his relationship with hi…
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Film School and More with Chloe Leis Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater On this special episode of SoC, we chat with Chloe Leis, a young filmmaker starting her career after finishing film school (and who happens to be Clark’s niece)! Chloe talks about her experience at Chapman University, growing up with a passion for filmmaking, and working her …
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Phantom Thread Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen are back to discuss Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread! Daniel Day Lewis’ final on-screen performance is an incredible show of talent as he portrays the eccentric, intensely passionate 1950’s Fitzrovia dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock. A visually stunning, small-scale film, the dis…
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen discuss Tobe Hooper’s 1974 horror masterpiece The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Arguably the godfather of the slasher genre, this low budget flick still holds its weight, and with a new watch even pulls some welcome surprises from its sleeve. The Texas Chainsaw Mass…
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Benjamin Koppin Interview Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Today Clark and Cullen sit down with writer/director Benjamin Koppin to discuss his upcoming film “Pastor’s Kid”, as well as his career as an independent filmmaker. Pastor’s Kid Website Socials: Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen take a different approach to today’s episode, instead covering a film unlike most others they’ve discussed. Both from a critical perspective and from the history of the film industry itself, Attack of the Clones changed how movies were made, ushering in the dawn o…
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The Last Temptation of Christ Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater In this episode, Clark and Cullen discuss current Oscar nominee Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ, a controversial and profound film which interrogates the humanity at the centre of the story of Jesus Christ, played brilliantly by Willem Dafoe. Special thanks to today’…
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Maestro Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater In this episode, Clark and Cullen discuss Bradley Cooper’s new film Maestro. A hot topic as we enter into awards season, the discussion focusses on the technical, performance and the wider conversation of biopics and their potential pitfalls. Special thanks to today’s sponsor, Magic Mind! Go to https://m…
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The Empty Man Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Cullen and Clark discuss David Prior’s The Empty Man - the 2020 cosmic horror film released without any marketing budget, causing it to fly under many people’s radars and flop at the box office. Since releasing, it’s garnered a cult following, and Clark and Cullen discuss the merits of that as well…
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Die Hard Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Join us as we spend some time discussing our creative process and the challenges that we’ve got to overcome when it comes to developing an idea and writing. Then, we dive into the feature for the episode - Die Hard! We discuss at length how the action genre has changed, why John McClane makes for a grea…
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Episode - 070 - The Old Man & the Gun Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Most of what follows is true! Join Clark and Cullen as they discuss David Lowery’s 2018 film The Old Man & the Gun, the (mostly) true story about bank robber Forrest Tucker who was described as “well, kind of a gentleman”. Cullen discusses his experience attending the premie…
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Episode - 069 - Drugstore Cowboy Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Join us for another discussion, this time about Gus Van Sant’s 1989 indie Drugstore Cowboy! Clark discusses his history with the film and emotional connection to it, Cullen remarks at his enjoyment with the spots of humor in the film and much much more! Drugstore Cowboy Trailer D…
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A Very Toronto Episode with Mike Wood and Adam Thorn Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Join us for a very special episode, recorded live in Toronto at Eyesore Cinema! Clark and Cullen are recording live and in person for the first time, and are joined by Mike Wood (They Might Be Movies) and Adam Thorn (Terriblefest, Riot At The Movies) to discus…
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Episode - 068 - Titanic Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Join us in the smoking lounge for brandy, cigars and a discussion (fittingly, our longest yet) about James Cameron’s unsinkable* Titanic! Clark and Cullen discuss the wider impact of the film on cinema, James Cameron’s filmmaking style and motivations for the project, and the state of the…
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Episode - 067 - La La Land Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Drama! Intrigue! Spectacle! Clark and Cullen finally disagree with each other in an exciting new episode of the podcast, this time covering Damien Chazelle’s La La Land. Who will be victorious in this nuclear battle of the minds? Listen to find out! La La Land Trailer Director: Damien …
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Episode - 066 - On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Perhaps an appropriate title switch to “Secret Agents of Cinema” might be in order as we cover our first James Bond film - 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service! Join Clark and Cullen as they discuss the flick and the culture surrounding James Bond at large, as we…
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Episode - 065 - They Live Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen chat about the 1988 John Carpenter cult classic "They Live". Join us as we put on the sunglasses, run out of bubblegum, and find out what's under the hood of this flick while we walk through the things we love - and maybe a bit of stuff we don't! They Live Trailer Direc…
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Episode - 064 - Barbarian Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater In this episode, Clark and Cullen chat about the 2022 horror film Barbarian and compare and contrast it to Cullen's very own suspense thriller, Daylight Again. It's rare we cover current films on our show, and so we don't usually include spoiler alerts - well, we will here! If you haven…
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Episode 063 - Clerks Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater We chat about Clark's pick and an early inspiration, Kevin Smith's 1994 film Clerks! Clerks marks the beginning of what would become Kevin Smith's mini-media empire and is an important part of the independent film golden era of the late 80's through the 90's. Trailer Director: Kevin Smith St…
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Episode - 062 - A Bridge Too Far Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen chat about Cullen's pick - the 1977 classic, A Bridge Too Far. Stuffed with almost every male star of its era, this epic was one of Cullen's favorites growing up but this was Clark's first viewing. We discuss the epic-ness of the film and laugh at the sometimes h…
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Episode - 061 - At Close Range Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen recover a once thought lost episode! Originally, this was going to be our 36th episode but we experienced some technical difficulties and we thought this episode would never see the light of day - but it was found and we present it here for your enjoyment! In this …
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Episode - 060 - Being John Malkovich Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen discuss Spike Jonze’s 1999 film. Written by Charlie Kaufman and starring John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, and Catherine Keener, with John Malkovich, this film was nominated for three Academy Awards. Trailer Director: Spike Jonze Starring: John Cusack, Cameron Diaz,…
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Episode - 059 - Billy DaMota Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen sit down with the first guest in the history of the podcast, the wonderful Billy DaMota! Billy got his start in the industry in 1985 in casting. He’s worked on such films as Predator, The Running Man, and The Three Amigos, and Dennis Hopper’s Colors. He became an ind…
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Episode - 064 - Alien Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen discuss Cullen's pick, Ridley Scott's 1979 horror/sci-fi masterpiece, Alien. Written by Dan O'Bannon and starring Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Harry Dean Stanton, and John Hurt, this episode's film highlights the power of visual story telling and is an art and production…
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Episode - 064 - Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen discuss Clark’s pick, the 1987 Charles Bukowski penned and Barbet Schroeder directed Barfly. This hidden gem of a movie stars Mickey Rourke, Fay Dunaway, and Frank Stallone and was shot on location in LA in and around the MacArthur Park area. Trailer Director: Barbet Schroeder St…
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Episode - 064 - Hosts: Clark Coffey & Cullen McFater Clark and Cullen discuss Cullen’s pick - John Huston’s 1972 sports drama Fat City. This film, shot on location in good ol’ (and stinky) Stockton, CA, stars Stacy Keach, an extremely young Jeff Bridges, and Susan Tyrrell (who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance. Sit back and relax as we…
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Clark and Cullen discuss Cullen’s pick, director Michael Mann’s 1995 crime drama, Heat. The film stars Al Pacino, Robert De Nero, and Val Kilmer and features what was at the time an extremely hyped first scene between both Pacino and Di Nero. Our discussion is just in time for the release of the sequel in novel form. Enjoy! Socials Facebook Twitter…
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Clark and Cullen discuss Clark’s pick, the 1994 masterpiece Pulp Fiction. Quintin Tarantino’s sophomore effort was a huge critical and commercial success and made the director a household name. The film helped make Miramax a powerhouse studio and brought John Travolta’s career back from the dead. The film was the Palme d'Or winner at the 1994 Canne…
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Clark and Cullen discuss Cullen’s pick, the 1988 animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and animated by Studio Ghibli. We chose to watch the English version of the film starring Dakota and Elle Fanning. Socials Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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In this episode, we luxuriate in the joy that is Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 (dare we say it) masterpiece, Robocop. We discuss darn near every aspect of this film - a film that punches well above its weight and ended up a much better film than it had any right to be. Socials Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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In this episode, we discuss the making of Cullen's first feature film, Daylight Again. We get an insiders view into the filmmaking process as Cullen shares with us his pre-production decision making process. Socials Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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In this episode, we discuss Bong Joon-ho’s 2003 film, Memories of Murder. Joon-ho came to the attention of mainstream movie goers in the USA with his more recent film Parasite but we take a look at this earlier work which is considered one of the best South Korean films of all time. Socials Facebook Twitter Instagram…
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In this episode, we discuss Brian De Palma’s 1976 film adaptation of Stephen King’s first published novel by the same name. Carrie stars Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie who were both nominated for an extremely rare for the horror genre Academy Award. Socials Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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In this episode, we discuss Clark's favorite film of all time - Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film, Rumble Fish. We delve into our personal experiences with the film and explore it from every angle we could think of - the performances, cinematography, Coppola's direction and more! Socials Facebook Twitter Instagram…
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In this episode, we discuss Cullen’s all-time favorite film. Released in 1969, directed by George Roy Hill and starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. We dive in and in our own, special, super-nerdy way dissect the heck out of this masterpiece. Socials Facebook Twitter InstagramClark Coffey & Cullen McFater
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