Category Archives: Episodes

1987: The Year in Film – Cult Following Episode #64

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The Cult Following crew is back with an all-new episode looking back at one of the greatest years in film ever: 1987! Join us as we discuss some of our favorites from this tremendous year in film: from The Lost Boys to RoboCop and everywhere in between! Plus more banter from our crew on what they’ve been up to and much much more!

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George A. Romero Retrospective & Dunkirk, War for the Planet of the Apes and Valerian Discussion – Cult Following Episode #63

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In this episode of Cult Following, the crew looks back at the career of director George A. Romero, who passed away on July 15th. We look at his most notable films, such as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, CREEPSHOW, DAWN OF THE DEAD and much more. Plus, reviews and discussion of 70mm film vs IMAX and what is the best way to see a film projected in regards to Christopher Nolan’s DUNKIRK and Besson’s VALERIAN: CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS.

Plus, we discuss WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES and much more on this edition of Cult Following.

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Spider-Man Homecoming Spoilercast & Valerian: City of Thousand Planets – Cult Following Episode #62

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Cult Following is back for Episode #62. In this episode, the team shares their thoughts and reviews on Spider-Man Homecoming after having watched it with one of our spoilercasts. We also talk about War for the Planet of the Apes, Kirby shares his thoughts on Wish Upon. Jasperino shares his thoughts on Alien Covenant and Victor and Kirby discuss Luc Besson’s latest Valerian: City of a Thousand Planets. All in one jam packed episode which also features thoughts on fast food mascots and cannibalism!

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Director Retrospective: Edgar Wright – Cult Following Episode #61

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In this episode of Cult Following, Victor Moreno, Kirby Nelson, Jasper Crawford and Joshua T. Ruth bring back one of our favorite types of episodes; the director retrospective. Join us as we talk about the work of Edgar Wright, including his latest film BABY DRIVER – we chat about our favorite Wright films, from THE WORLD’S END to HOT FUZZ to SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD. We also do an in-depth retro review of Zack Snyder’s WATCHMEN, plus we chat documentaries from NOBODY SPEAK: TRIALS OF THE FREE PRESS to BATMAN AND BILL, AMERICAN ANARCHIST and more! Plus our quick thoughts on SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING, STAR TREK versus STAR WARS, XX, GET OUT and much more on this episode of CULT FOLLOWING!

Time Stamps:

1:59 – GET OUT
3:30 – THE BAD BATCH
3:50 – XX
4:35 – STAR TREK BEYOND
8:14 – STAR TREK vs. STAR WARS in Pop Culture
18:49 – I HEART MONSTER MOVIES & Other Documentaries
20:51 – THE BARN
22:38 – BATMAN & BILL
30:18 – AMERICAN ANARCHIST
34:20 – DOOMED (Fantastic Four Documentary)
37:00 – WATCHMEN (Retro Review)
57:18 – NOBODY SPEAK: TRIALS OF THE FREE PRESS
1:12:00 – THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE
1:16:00 – POWER RANGERS
1:19:00 – SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING
1:23 – EDGAR WRIGHT RETROSPECTIVE

Direct MP3 Download
https://soundcloud.com/cultfollowing/director-retrospective-edgar-wright

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THE BAD BATCH Discussion plus XX and Horror Anthologies & Star Wars and Pop Culture – Cult Following Episode #60

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The Cult Following crew is back for Episode #60. In this edition, join Victor, Kirby, Joshua and Jasperino as we chat about XX and horror anthologies. We chat about Star Wars culture and the reaction that the prequels and spin-offs have from the public and why fans feel they own the fandom. We also dedicate the bulk of this episode to a discussion of Ana Lily’s Amirpour’s latest film The Bad Batch, a polarizing film that most of the crew loved. We chat what we all dug about it and why it should be on your must-see films of the summer. Plus, we chat a bit about BABY DRIVER, SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING, OUT OF PRINT and more on Cult Following

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