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Ashley Judd, Pulp Queen

"Double Jeopardy is my jam!!! I ain't mad at cha, Miss Ashley! " - Dorian

"Ashley reminds me of Ida Lupino, who in the '40s had a lot of talent but was undervalued because of her association with genre potboilers." -Brookesboy

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Thursday
Feb282013

Oscars in Review: Reader Questions and Season Wrap-Up!

Nathaniel welcomes Nick, Joe and Katey back for one last Oscar podcast of the season. We answer your questions in a wide ranging discussion of Hollywood's High Holy Night, 2013 Division.

Oscar Night Season Finale

Wednesday
Feb132013

Side Effects & Oscar Symptoms

We discuss Steven Soderbergh's tossed off thriller, the latest Oscar theories (Who might win Director? What can Lincoln and Amour actually win? What would a win do to Jennifer Lawrence's career?) and even a little Bruce Willis in A Good Day To Die Hard.

Side Effects and Oscar Symptoms

Tuesday
Jan222013

Nom Reactions Pt 2: All Category Run Through

In which Katey, Joe, Nick, and Nathaniel do a quick runthrough of each Oscar category they didn't discuss in Pt. 1

All Category Run Through

Sunday
Jan202013

Nom Reactions Pt 1: Snubs, Squeals, Questions

The gang got together a couple of days after the Oscar nominations to discuss that fateful morning. When did we squeal, who do we mourn? Plus reader questions. 

Nominations Pt 1: Snubs & Squeals

Thursday
Jan032013

A Look Back...and Forward

In part two of the conversation which began with Django Unchained and random final Oscar hunches, we hear about four actors that Joe Reid plans to snub, looooong Best Pictures that Katey Rich hasn't seen (The Last Emperor anyone?), why Nathaniel hopes Hitchcock will inspire more films like it (despite its significant flaws).

What Futures Could 2012 Inspire?