Episode 33: Dunkirk, Game of Thrones – ‘Stormborn’

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Welcome to the 33rd episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about Dunkirk, and ‘Stormborn’, the latest episode of Game of Thrones.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 02:37
Dunkirk: 02:38 – 45:29
Game of Thrones – ‘Stormborn’ (with spoilers): 45:30 – 1:20:57
Wrap-Up: 1:20:58 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subject of this week’s main segment.

Dunkirk (2017) – Christopher Nolan

Based on one of the greatest and most famous civilian rescue efforts of all-time, Christopher Nolan returns with a cast mixed with stars and newcomers for Dunkirk, a war movie like no other.

Game of Thrones – Stormborn (2017) – David Benioff, D.B. Weiss

Game of Thrones penultimate season rolls on, with a combination of big revelations and battle scenes in “Stormborn“.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll be back to talk about the third episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones, and more.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.

Episode 32: Game of Thrones – ‘Dragonstone’

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Welcome to the 32nd episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about ‘Dragonstone’ the Season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 02:03
Game of Thrones – Dragonstone (with spoilers): 02:04 – 54:55
Confederate: 54:56 – 59:17
Wrap-Up: 59:18 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subject of this week’s main segment.

Game of Thrones – Dragonstone (2017) – David Benioff, D.B. Weiss

The biggest show on TV returned for its seventh and penultimate season, as Dragonstone set the table for the seismic events that are set to unfold on Game of Thrones for Daenerys, Tyrion, Jon Snow, Cersei and co.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll be back to talk about Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and “Stormborn”, the second episode of season 7 of Game of Thrones.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.

Episode 29: Fargo – Season 3

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Welcome to the 29th episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about season 3 of Fargo.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 02:29
Fargo – Season 3: 02:30 – 38:14
Fargo – Season 3 (with spoilers): 38:15 – 1:02:12
Wrap-Up: 1:02:13 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subject of this week’s main segment.

Fargo – Season 3 (2017) – Noah Hawley

Noah Hawley’s anthology series based on the Coen Brothers’ movie continues with an all-star cast, snow, strangeness and Midwestern charm. In other words, it’s just as Fargo as the previous two seasons.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll be back to talk about season 3 of Glow.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.

Episode 28: The Leftovers

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Welcome to the 28th episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about The Leftovers.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 03:42
The Leftovers: 03:43 – 27:00
The Leftovers(with spoilers): 27:01 – 1:43:35
Wrap-Up: 1:43:36 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subjects of this week’s main segments.

The Leftovers – Season 3 (2017) – Damon Lindelof

Damon Lindelof’s wonderfully weird TV show about grief, spirituality, meaning and so much more (no, not Lost!) came to its conclusion recently, and we look back on three seasons of magic starring Justin Theroux and Carrie Coon, and how it all finished up.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll back to talk about season 3 of Fargo.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.

Episode 25: Master of None – Season 2

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Welcome to the 25th episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! In this week’s episode we talk about the latest season of Netflix original series Master of None.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 15:18
Master of None: 15:19 – 23:38
Master of None (with spoilers): 23:39 – 2:25:26
Wrap-Up: 2:25:27 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subjects of this week’s main segments.

Master of None – Season 2 (2017) – Aziz Ansari, Alan Yang

Following up on the critically acclaimed first season which was released in 2015, Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang return with the latest entry in their Netflix Originals series Master of None.

Ansari plays a character who’s very much based on his own experiences and those around him, as he navigates his quest for love while dealing with many of the other issues that punctuate young adulthood and modern society as a whole.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll back to talk some more about the world of film and TV.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.

Episode 22: Big Little Lies, Trailers For The Last Jedi, and The Hero

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Welcome to the 22nd episode of The Leftover Popcorn Podcast! This week’s episode sees us discuss the HBO miniseries Big Little Lies.

Leftover Popcorn is a weekly podcast dedicated to the world of moving pictures. Co-hosts Adam McGee (that’s me) and Andrew Snyder share a passion for everything, both weird and wonderful, from the world of television and cinema, and as such we’ll be discussing an eclectic mix of topics in the weeks and months to come.

The podcast itself is built with a very simple structure, with the hosting duties shared, each episode is built around a mixture of three or four regular segments. The segments rotate from week to week leaving discussion open to new releases in film and or TV, classics from both the big and small screen, broader discussions on influential figures and their work, previews of upcoming releases, and more.

Anyway, that’s enough of an overview, let’s move on to what we have in store for you this week.

Warning: This podcast contains spoilers!

Running Order:

Intro: 0:00 – 02:08
Big Little Lies: 02:09 – 28:20
Big Little Lies (with spoilers): 28:21 – 1:02:27
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (trailer): 1:02:28 – 1:14:14
The Hero (trailer): 1:14:15 – 1:20:22
Wrap-Up: 1:20:23 – End

Before you dive in and start listening, let’s take a closer look at the subjects of this week’s main segments.

Big Little Lies (2017) – Jean-Marc Vallée

Based on a novel by Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies is the latest in HBO’s long line of event TV series. It tells the story of a group of women living in a Monterey community where everyone seems to have a secret.

Boasting a cast packed full of Hollywood stars such as Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley and Laura Dern, and directed by the man behind Dallas Buyer’s Club and Wild, it makes for fascinating viewing.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) – Rian Johnson

The sequel to The Force Awakens, and the latest canonical entry in the legendary Star Wars sage arrives later this year, with a cast comprised of familiar and new faces alike. With acclaimed director Rian Johnson behind the camera, expect the urgency of the story to step up a notch.

The Hero (2017) – Brett Haley

The Hero is an intriguing indie that will hit cinemas very soon, starring Sam Elliott as a somewhat washed up actor who’s trying to shake off the associations of his former glory.

Be sure to return next week when we’ll talk about Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol.2.

If you like what you see and hear, be sure to follow us on Soundcloud and on Twitter to get a further helping of Leftover Popcorn next week. Also, subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher to make sure you never miss an episode in the future.

Let us hear your thoughts and comments below.