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Discover movies you may have missed and be warned about others you should. Hosts Anderson Cowan (Loveline) and Bryan Bishop (The Adam Carolla Show) hash out their contrasting film tastes in the form of weekly Top 5 lists and recent screening reviews of both new and old titles. With numerous recommendations each episode, The Film Vault is entertainment about entertainment and as a result is a show that keeps on giving.
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The Film Vaulters is a bi-weekly podcast that pays tribute to one of the longest running film podcasts "The Film Vault" Hosted by "Bald" Bryan Bishop and Anderson Cowan. The Film Vaulters, hosted by friend of the Film Vault Mitch Burns, will bring on people associated with the Film Vault, whether it be Co-hosts, Producers, listeners and other friends of the show. We'll discuss their connection to the show, and pick a Top 5 from shows past and do them ourselves!
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Nate and Jimmy set their sights on wrangling Utam Goliathon (aka “Ah-Wang”) from the top of Jardine House—only to be interrupted by a confused Kaguya wearing a risqué cosplay bought by Jimmy! This gives Nate the idea to have her talk Goliathon into climbing down the building. But she’s not happy about any of this! Featuring the final performance of…
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Bryan and Anderson review One Love, Who Shot the Sheriff?, Rebel, The Eternal Memory and Evening Primrose (from assigner Jeffrey Covey). Then, inspired by Bob Marley, the boys countdown the best Top 5 Music Biopics of all time. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! The most cited man on MIFV, John LeMay, returns for his all-but-mandatory-at-least-once-a-season appearance to discuss the second Shaw Bros. film we’ve covered this season: Mighty Peking Man. This infamous cult classic was a favorite of director Quinton Tarantino, and it's easy to see why: it's sleazy yet weirdly artsy. It feel…
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Bryan and Anderson review The Greatest Night in Pop, 20 Days in Mariupol, You Hurt My Feelings, The Deepest Breath and Rye Lane (from assigner Dani Leffler). Then the boys update a list from 2012, Top 5 Ensemble Casts. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded …
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Bryan and Anderson review Rustin, Nyad, and Black Is… Black Ain’t (from assigner Thomas Kustermann). Then the boys sink their teeth into Top 5 Characters You’d like to Eat. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL L…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In this excerpt from the latest episode of the (usually) Patreon-exclusive livestream podcast, Nathan invites his creative team (plus Elijah Thomas, who crashes the show later) on to discuss the new black-and-white edition of Godzilla Minus One. Is it a different enough experience from the original—or is it even better? These q…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! You know him and you probably hate him—our guest today is none other than Matt Walsh! Okay, it’s not that Matt Walsh. This one shaves and isn’t a millennial curmudgeon. Anyway, because this Matt Walsh is a madman, he jumped on the joke tier on Patreon, “Jimmy’s Intern,” to discuss 1957’s The Abominable Snowman, making this MIFV…
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Bryan and Anderson are joined by the wonderful Florence Bruemmer to review Society of the Snow, Night Swim, Nimona, and Green Street Hooligans (from assigner Justin). Then the boys do a deep dive into Florence’s topic: Top 5 Creepy Couples. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Ander…
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Nate decides to do some film curation in Hong Kong--with Hannibal Chau. Jimmy escorts him to the Bone Slums to meet the black market dealer and discovers a reel containing the 1999 cut of Reptilian. So, he does what any kaiju film curator would do: he steals it. But Chau won't have any of that! Check out Nathan’s spinoff podcasts, The Henshin Men a…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! Neil Riebe makes a dangerous journey to Hong Kong to join Nate for another “Godzilla Redux” with Son of Godzilla. This film was made in the “Year of the Kaiju,” 1967, and along with King Kong Escapes, was Toho’s big contribution to it. The studio’s “B team,” led by director Jun Fukuda, returned to helm this island adventure…tha…
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Bryan and Anderson review Anatomy of a Fall, Past Lives, The Curse and Infinity Pool (from assigner Andrew Potts). Then the boys do their due diligence for the Sundance Preview 2024. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONF…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In this comedy-of-errors adventure, Nate, Jimmy, and Daniel DiManna confront Zhīzhūguài, the giant spider from Super Inframan, in Uber-Moguera. They quickly find themselves at the spider monster’s maniacal mercilessness, but a freak accident involving a blu-ray disc transforms Danny into their last hope—Super Infra-Dan! Check o…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In the part two of a two-part compilation of weekly podcasts originally made for MIFV MAX members on Patreon, Nate breaks down and analyzes the first six episodes of AppleTV+’s MonsterVerse series, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters. It starts off strong, but like many Americans, it gets squishy in the middle. The flashback storyline …
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In the part one of a two-part compilation of weekly podcasts originally made for MIFV MAX members on Patreon, Nate breaks down and analyzes the first six episodes of AppleTV+’s MonsterVerse series, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters. It starts off strong, but like many Americans, it gets squishy in the middle. The flashback storyline …
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Bryan and Anderson review The Iron Claw, Beau is Afraid, and La Moustache (from assigner Josh Butler). Then the boys get dirty with Top 5 Sexual Innuendos. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL Listener Art: Rand…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In MIFV’s fourth season premiere, Nate is joined by Daniel DiManna (Godzilla Novelization Project) to discuss competently-made insanity: Super Inframan. Yes, it barely qualifies as “kaiju,” but Nate needed an excuse to talk about it (again). To call it a hyper-caffeinated fusion of Shaw Bros. trademark martial cinema and Japane…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! On a new Board-mandated mission, Nate, Jimmy, and Kaguya cut a promo for season 4: “The Monster Island World Tour.” They’ll be traveling the world recapturing escaped kaiju and returning them to the Island, all the while discussing giant monster movies made anywhere but America and Japan. As Jonah sang, “Every country has a mon…
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Nate survived another harrowing year on Monster Island, and now it’s time to renegotiate his contract. But he’s shocked to learn that, while he was sleeping, the Island’s security systems failed, allowing multiple kaiju to escape back to their home countries. Even with the Legal Action Team on his case, Nate and Jimmy can’t avoid having the Board m…
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Bryan and Anderson review American Fiction, Poor Things, Stray Dogs (assigned by Andrew Martin), and The Worst Ones (from assigner Nick Eats Cake). Then the boys countdown their Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear At…
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With Bryan out, Anderson and Avery review Ferrari, The Boy and the Heron, Poor Things, and a little bonus TV Vault with The Curse. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL Featured Artist: Gloria’s Fold The Film Vau…
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Happy New Year, Kaiju Lovers! While I finalize some things for the start of season 4, "The Monster Island World Tour," here's a little bonus episode where I catch up on listener feedback since I fell behind responding to it on the air. As you can tell, there was a lot! I also detail some changes being made to the show this season. Enjoy! Sound effe…
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Bryan and Anderson review the rest of the big sexy holiday movies, Wonka, Maestro, The Zone of Interest, Leave the World Behind and Don’t Look Now (from assigner Ryan Regimbal). Then the boys are joined by their progeny and count down their Top 5 Movies You Saw as a Kid. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here…
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Loadedforbeardoc.com is where to go to see more about the project. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! Here't the rough draft of the Documentary Promo Cut. Where have I been. We've made some incredible progress since I last checked in. This will become a regular thing again in the new year. Thank you all for being a part of this. Follow Along @ Twitte…
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Merry Christmas, Kaiju Lovers! As our special gift to you, we proudly present an edition of the interviews Nate conducted at the Monster Island premiere of Godzilla Minus One at the Denham Theater. Because the interviewees he left out threatened to sue him, and Raymund advised him to just put them in. These were totally-chosen-at-random fans standi…
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Merry Christmas, Kaiju Lovers (and Autistic Lizard Productions viewers)! In this excerpt from the Patreon-exclusive livestream series, Nathan is joined by Brendan Morley of Autistic Lizard Productions to discuss a (barely) toku-adjacent Christmas movie, Jingle All Way (1996), which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, and Phil Hartman, among others…
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