Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 42 – Is Tom Cruise Our Greatest Working Action Star?

On the eve of release for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Ben Flanagan and Ben Stark discuss a surprisingly staggering notion: Tom Cruise is the best action star working in movies today. With the waning careers of Schwarzenegger and Willis, and the middling quality of films starring The Rock or Vin Diesel, it seems like Cruise is the clear king of the action mountain. Listen […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 40 – Tarantino Hires Ennio Morricone for The Hateful Eight

One of the big news items for fans of movie scores coming out of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con was the reveal that master composer Ennio Morricone (The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly) would be scoring Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming The Hateful Eight. As huge fans of both Morricone and Tarantino, Graham Flanagan and Matt Scalici talk about this news, what it means for […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 39 – San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Movie Reactions

It was a big year at San Diego Comic-Con for movies, especially those from DC and Warner Brothers. Neither Ben Flanagan nor Ben Stark attended Comic-Con, but both have internet access and, therefore, have valid and firmly held opinions about all of SDCC’s goings-on. *Note: The guys totally failed to mention the Hateful Eight panel, which warrants a full podcast discussion of its own. That very […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 38 – Are 1974-1976 the best “Best Picture” years ever?

What is the best “Best Picture” year ever? That’s the kind of question that gets tossed around a lot in the corporate offices of FilmNerds.com, so Craig Hamilton and Ben Stark decided to address it. Very quickly the answer got whittled down to a very narrow set of years, and then the conversation became much tougher: Figuring out which was a better Best Picture […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 35 – Are Pixar Movies Really For Kids Anymore?

Ben Flanagan and Matt Scalici are both shaken by the emotional experience of watching Pixar’s latest, Inside Out, and discuss the animation studio’s approach to making films that appeal to both children and adults. Make sure to subscribe to our brand new podcast on iTunes or listen in the audio player below! Click Here to Download: Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 35

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 33 – James Horner

Ben Flanagan and Graham Flanagan remember the composer James Horner, who died on June 23. They discuss classic Horner scores from Braveheart, Titanic, Aliens, and many others. All the Film Nerds are grieving the loss of Horner, but Ben and Graham bring a personal perspective to a composer who was so prolific during many of our developmental years. Make sure to subscribe to […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 30B – Graham Flanagan’s Shelf of Shame

Graham Flanagan takes a break from his Cuban vacation to commend Craig and Morgan on their Shelves of Shame. In the process, he asks important questions about what it means to be a Film Nerd, the logistics of trans-Caribbean trolling, and the true definition of the term “jake ace”. The staff of FilmNerds.com apologize for this. Make sure to subscribe to […]

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Film Nerds Unlimited: Issue 30 – Craig and Morgan’s Shelves of Shame

Craig Hamilton and special guest Morgan Gargis talk about a FilmNerds.com tradition: The dreaded Shelf of Shame, or the list of movies we all, as movie buffs, really should have seen by now. Everyone has their own Shelf of Shame, so don’t judge Craig and Morgan too harshly… Make sure to subscribe to our brand new podcast on iTunes or listen in the […]

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