Welcome, everybody! This is the first iteration of a new feature here at the Visually Stunning Movie Podcast. You see, every so often, we kind of get off-topic during our recording sessions, and I have to edit those bits out so the episodes make sense.
But sometimes the stuff we tangent off into is a fun bit of fluff, so I save them. Now I’ve decided to turn them into a separate (but equal) set of mini-episodes that will still show up in the feed for your enjoyment.
I’ll let you listen to the episode to figure out what I’ve decided to call this offshoot of VSMP, but for reference purposes, I’ll call it “WTFWT?”
So here’s the first shot. I’ll be playing catch up with previous bits of audio, and will add them as they arise going forward.
Welcome back, everyone! We hope you’ve survived the bulk of the deadly flu season unscathed. We have, and now that movie season is really starting to fill back in, we’re ready to talk about our next film.
Starring Helen Mirren, Sarah Snook, and Jason Clarke, Winchester is “inspired by” true events: those events being the building of an incredibly eclectic home in San Jose, California in the early 1900s by Sarah Winchester.
Heiress of the Winchester Repeating Rifle Company, Sarah spent years building and rebuilding what is now known as the Winchester House. Why?
This movie draws on some of the most pervasive legends and gossip that have arisen through the years and runs with them.
Howdy, all! We’re back again, this time with the latest Chris Hemsworth vehicle,
Based on the the exploits of the first special ops group to enter Afghanistan barely a month after the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11, 12 Strong details the military and political considerations of the world’s most advanced fighting force going into a country which has been under almost continual attack from without or within for centuries.
But is the movie any good?
*Forgive my scratchy voice in this episode. We recorded this about an hour before I went to the doctor and was diagnosed with Bronchitis. Needless to say, it’s been hard to talk without coughing like a 2 pack a day smoker, lol. I edited quite a few hacks from this episode for your enjoyment.*
Welcome back, everyone, to the Visually Stunning Movie Podcast.
I am excited to announce this is the first episode of our THIRD SEASON! It’s been a great time, and I hope you all continue to enjoy.
With that, let’s talk about this episodes film,
Starring Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour tells the story of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, from his election to the almost immediate crisis of Dunkirk.
Much has been made of Oldman’s performance, which has already earned him a Golden Globe win for Best Actor.
Let’s get started!