Jimmy O

Jimmy O – People’s History of Film #26

Salutations nerds and film historians! Welcome back to the People’s History of Film. For this episode, Dalton sat down via the internet to talk with James Oster, aka Jimmy O, from JoBlo and Arrow to the Head. James is an extremely prolific film critic and interviewer. Recently though, he has teamed up with friend of GoodTrash Media […]


Transformers – GTGC – #190

Its more than meets the eye this week Dear Listener, as the Randomizer AB1700 decided to cruelly inflict us with Michael Bay’s Transformers. After nearly four years and finally leaving it to chance, it happened. Much to our chagrin. Except Caleb, he tries to defend it—it’s a valiant effort. That’s right, the movie that we’ve […]

Kubo and The Two Strings – Back to the Movies #45

This week Arthur and I are taking another trip to animation land as we go Back to the Movies to review the stop motion animated Kubo and the Two Strings. The movie features stunning animation from Laika Studio who is known for Coraline, Paranorman, and Boxtrolls. What sets Kubo apart from the others is its distinct influence […]


Cyphus – People’s History of Film #25

Greetings beautiful weirdos! Welcome back to The People’s History of Film! This week we have something a little different for you. Dalton sat down via Skype to talk with Cyphus, one of the hosts of Defense of the Patience, a gaming podcast originally focused on Dota 2 (Defense of the Ancients 2 for the uninitiated, like Dalton). Since starting the […]

Fast Five

Fast Five – GTGC – #189

Welcome back dear listener! This week on the podcast, we get fast and we get furious as we take a look at Justin Lin’s Fast Five. It is mostly received with great joy, but Dustin has no heart. This episode has a bunch of absurd dialogue and some crazy set pieces, just like the movie. […]

Hell or High Water – Back to the Movies #44

This week’s Back to the Movies continues to bring us down from the loud and furious flash resembling nothing of summer 2016 by taking a look at a lesser anticipated film titled Hell or High Water. This week’s podcast is co-hosted by recurring guest host Dalton Stuart of The People’s History of Film who swears he didn’t know […]

Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn – The Cast Who Knew Too Much – #8

The Cast Who Knew Too Much is back to tackle the film that is often regarded as Hitchcock’s worst, Jamaica Inn. The hosts have been going extremely hesitant to visit Jamaica Inn, but the results of their findings may shock you. Arthur and Dustin have a blast talking about a film that is considered lesser Hitch. But, there are still […]

Vinton Bayne

Vinton Bayne – People’s History of Film #24

Greetings nerds! Welcome once again to another thrilling episode of The People’s History of Film. This week Dalton sits down with Vinton Bayne, the mastermind behind the Graphomania Podcast Network and the co-host of the number one Hamilton podcast in the world, Hamilton The Podcast. Vinton had such a good time with the interview in […]

Bewitched (2005) – GTGC – #189

We hope your noses are twitching, because we’re back with Alexandra Bohannon’s host pick, the 2005 rom-com, Bewitched. A divided table sounds off to tackle this trip down  nostalgia lane. Trust us, it is a divided table. We try to get the game started as we talk classic TV shows that should be made into movies. […]

Rashomon – GoodTrash Du Cinema Flashback #1

To commemorate the latest episode of The Film Syllabus discussing Kagemusha we’re flashing back to the days of GoodTrash old when the gang last looked at a samurai movie. A long time ago on a  The GoodTrash Genrecast far far away, we launched a spinoff known as GoodTrash Du Cinema where the original team of Dustin, Dalton, and Arthur brought […]