Release Year Archive

2012

For all you proper film enthusiasts who would like to peruse the films of  TruStory FM’s entertainment podcasts by release year. Get ready for a firehose of film history in these here stacks.

The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 2013 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor Nominees • The Woman in Black
The Next Reel Film Podcast

The Woman in Black

We wrap up our series on the 2013 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor Nominees with a conversation about James Watkins’ 2012 film ‘The Woman in Black.’ How’s Radcliffe post-Harry Potter? And does the ghost story deliver? Tune in!

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 2013 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor Nominees • Sinister
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Sinister

We continue our 2013 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actor nominees series with a conversation about Scott Derrickson’s 2012 creepfest “Sinister,” in which Ethan Hawke goes toe-to-toe with the buhguul and terrifying super-8 films.

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Marvel Movie Minute Season Six • The Avengers • Minute 1
Marvel Movie Minute

Loki’s Havoc Staff

Travis Bow from the Reel Comic Heroes podcast joins us to discuss the first minute of ‘The Avengers’: from Marvel to Chitauri.

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The Next Reel • Season 12 • Series: Gangs of Wasseypur • Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2

We wrap up our conversation about Anurag Kashyap’s 2012 epic mafia saga with a look at ‘Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2’. It’s about fathers and sons, vengeance, brotherhood, the family business, and so much more. It’s a violent but engaging ride and allows for a great conversation. Tune in!

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The Next Reel • Season 12 • Series: Gangs of Wasseypur • Gangs of Wasseypur - Part 1
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1

We head to the coal mines in India as we tackle the epic gangster saga ‘Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1’. It’s over two-and-a-half hours and is quite a ride. Visceral filmmaking and a tale based on real events as we follow several families and groups vying to rule the area in this wild tale. We have a great time with it so check it out then tune in!

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The Next Reel • Season 12 • Series: The Twilight Saga • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2
The Next Reel Film Podcast

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

We wrap up our conversations about Bill Condon’s adaptation of the second half of Stephenie Meyer’s novel, tackling werewolves, vampires, vampire babies, Volturi, witnesses, Charlie, and more as we discuss the 2012 film ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.’

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The Next Reel • Season 12 • Series: Pitch Perfect Trilogy • Pitch Perfect
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Pitch Perfect

We aca-kick off our a cappella love with the Treblemakers, the Bellas, and more as we start our Pitch Perfect trilogy series with Jason Moore’s 2012 film PITCH PERFECT. So much singing and we’re 100% here for it.

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Your Sister's Sister (2012) lobby card • directed by Lynn Shelton and starring Mark Duplass, Emily Blunt, and Rosemary DeWitt
The Next Reel Film Podcast

Your Sister’s Sister

How great are Emily Blunt, Mark Duplass, and Rosemary DeWitt in their roles? Does Lynn Shelton amp up her comedy and drama in this film or does it just create characters with problems we can’t identify with? And how gorgeous is the Pacific Northwest? Tune in to this week’s show – the second in our Lynn Shelton series – to get answers to these questions and more!

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The Next Reel Film Podcast

Underworld: Awakening

How well does Kate Beckinsale do in this return to the role of Selene? Does the new shift in story make sense and does it progress it in new and exciting ways? Do the problems overwhelm it or are we still able to have fun and enjoy it for what it is? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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The Next Reel Film Podcast

Amour

Does this film provoke in the ways that other Michael Haneke films do? Who’s the better actor – Jean-Louis Trintignant or Emmanuelle Riva? Does this film immediately fall into the camp of ‘films to watch just once’ because of its subject matter? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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