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Film Don't Hurt
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December 07, 2013 09:34 PM PST
FDHlogo It's 2013 and the lines between mainstream independent films and studio films is as blurred as can be. We're not talking so much about the films that get made by the thousands of truly amateur filmmakers around the world but those deemed independent by not only the media but us viewers. Sony Pictures Classics, Focus Features, Warner Independent - can the films of these companies and others like them be called "independent" at all with a straight face? And what of the directing stars who have made so much and have so much cachet that they can do as they please? This deep discussion is handled with the grace and dignity that you've hopefully come to expect from FILM DON'T HURT, as Kai and Dylan (sans crickets!) dive deep to get to the heart of the matter. Or something like that. ENJOY!!! A couple notes: You can follow Dylan and Kai on Twitter: @manilovefilms @kaiderman * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes. If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com ordylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
November 17, 2013 12:41 PM PST
FDHlogo Kai is joined once again by his partner Dylan (live on location from his cricket breeding farm) to bring you another episode of FDH. In this week's episode we delve into the REWATCHABILITY FACTOR. No, that's not a new show hosted by Ryan Seacrest. Though, I'm sure it will be any day now. What we address this week is what drives someone to rewatch a film? How often do you rewatch films? What makes us rewatch films? And why won't those crickets shut-up? Seriously! This and much more coupled with Dylan's biting analysis and Kai's wry wit and remarkable humor on an all new episode of Film Don't Hurt. ENJOY!!! A couple notes: You can follow Dylan and Kai on Twitter: @manilovefilms @kaiderman * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes. If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
October 27, 2013 10:35 PM PDT
FDHlogo We butchered Bond history last time out, so why not give the same treatment to horror films now? Actually, it's not that bad, as Kai has plenty of horror street cred; in fact, it's Dylan's lack thereof that Kai mostly wanted to speak about (though we're both pretty lacking when it comes to vintage horror flicks). So we delve into our childhoods to see where our horror roots (if any) were grown and what our current attitudes are towards the state of horror. Also, HALLOWEENY HORROR THEME HOW TOPICAL! This and much more coupled with Dylan's biting analysis and Kai's wry wit and remarkable humor on an all new episode of Film Don't Hurt. ENJOY!!! A couple notes: You can follow Dylan and Kai on Twitter: @manilovefilms @kaiderman * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes. If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
October 13, 2013 09:25 PM PDT
FDHlogo So why are we doing a James Bond-centric episode a year after Skyfall and probably a good two years before the next entry in the series? Well, mostly because we can. But also because this is a "Dylan" episode and because I've been watching them, in order. So I got a bug up my ass to talk to Kai about the series. And so we did. We go through our histories with the series, overall impressions, what's next, why it's so damn popular, and much more. This and much more coupled with Dylan's biting analysis and Kai's wry wit and remarkable humor on an all new episode of Film Don't Hurt. ENJOY!!! A couple notes: You can follow Dylan and Kai on Twitter: @manilovefilms @kaiderman * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
September 28, 2013 11:13 AM PDT
FDHlogo In the latest episode of FDH, Kai and Dylan discuss the future of the movie watching experience and discuss the hard hitting questions this brings up like... - Is theater dead? (So existential!) - How will we watch movies going forward in the 21st century? (VOD or Brain Implants?) - Will Spielberg's dark predictions for the future of movies come tru? (Prolly not.) - Does Spielberg make better films than George Lucas? (Yes, just ask him.) This and much more coupled with Dylan's biting analysis and Kai's wry wit and remarkable humor on an all new episode of Film Don't Hurt. ENJOY!!! *** We had some audio issues with this one towards the end. Our apologies to you... our fury to Skype! A couple notes: You can follow Dylan and Kai on Twitter: @manilovefilms @kaiderman * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
September 16, 2013 07:44 PM PDT
FDHlogo What makes a great action film? Especially, what makes a great one in the 25 years since Die Hard, which is widely regarded as the quintessential action film, which spawned countless ripoffs, which has become the one against which most modern action films have been judged? Those were the questions the folks at Vulture attempted to answer a few months back, posting a list of the 25 best actions films since John McTiernan's 1988 classic. It was an eclectic, somewhat controversial list that I not only really dug - even if I didn't agree with all of the choices - but thought would make for a solid jumping-off point for a discussion on...another episode of Film Don't Hurt. The Vulture List A couple notes: * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
September 06, 2013 06:08 PM PDT
FDHlogo I would love to tell you what this episode is about but, frankly, I haven't got the slightest idea. It started out as a discussion on favorite movie settings before quickly devolving into personal rants and expectations of film. This is clearly a week where Dylan picked the topic. Sure, both Dylan and Kai has their sights set on their trip to Vegas but you would think they could pull it together long enough to get through a podcast... apparently not! In all honesty, this is a great example of what this podcast was designed to be. A discussion between two film loving friends with no show notes or outlines. A show that that morphs along with the conversation. We hope you can dig it! A couple notes: * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
August 17, 2013 02:06 PM PDT
FDHlogo bobblehead-big-bang-theory-sheldon-wwIt's 2013, and all the biggest films are based on comic books. The top sitcom of the last half-decade features nerdy scientist types as leads...and it's not about them being bullied. A certain convention set in Southern California dominates pop culture for a week every year, and has spawned a million wannabe conventions all around the country. People who have scads of Star Wars action figures aren't mocked, but rather celebrated (and can make a pretty penny off them, if they're old enough and in good enough condition). So the question is: what does it mean to be a geek anymore? Who is a geek? How far does one have to go to be considered a geek amongst the geeks? These are the questions that plague Kai, so what better place to talk about them than with his MILF co-founder on another episode of FILM DON'T HURT? A couple notes: * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod's Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
August 04, 2013 10:36 AM PDT
FDHlogo I don't know if we've made it clear enough, what with each of us hosting our own podcasts, but Kai and I both dig podcasting. Also, having started this site after becoming friends, we dig each other. So, it's only natural that we wanted to do a podcast together (again, especially after having started this site). Problem was, see the first sentence of this paragraph. Namely, neither of us was willing to ditch our first shows. That said, after a couple years, we've put together a plan (and a show) that lets us have our cake and eat it as well. Thus, FILM DON'T HURT is born. In this episode, we attempt to discuss the career of Adam Sandler. A polarizing figure in today's film community. Has Sandler gotten lazy and taken advantage of his place in life? Or is Sandler living the American dream by making silly comedies with all his best buds? Listen and find out what we think! A couple notes: * You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to:kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com. * Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod's Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. * Thanks for listening!
July 20, 2013 09:00 PM PDT

I don't know if we've made it clear enough, what with each of us hosting our own podcasts, but Kai and I both dig podcasting. Also, having started this site after becoming friends, we dig each other. So, it's only natural that we wanted to do a podcast together (again, especially after having started this site). Problem was, see the first sentence of this paragraph. Namely, neither of us was willing to ditch our first shows.

That said, after a couple years, we've put together a plan (and a show) that lets us have our cake and eat it as well. Thus, FILM DON'T HURT is born.

We explain what the show is about in the first few minutes, but the quick rundown is that this will be a film conversation show. We likely won't ever review a film specifically, nor will we give you lists. As mentioned, we're buds, and this podcast is meant to capture the feel and tone of a conversation (sometimes debate) between friends. It'll be a no-frills, lo-fi show, kept to a modest length of 30-40 minutes, and delivered every two weeks.

That's the plan, anyway, and we hope you dig the hell out of it. Please enjoy, and let us know what ya think if you do!

 

A couple notes:

* You can find the show on PodOmatic by clicking here. You can also subscribe or download for free on iTunes (for this first episode, it might take a few days to get on there). If you like the show, please leave us some feedback on iTunes. Please drop a comment, request an older episode or leave any feedback on the episode below or email to: kai@manilovefilms.com or dylan@manilovefilms.com.

* Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod's Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service.

* Thanks for listening!

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