Dalton Stuart

Dalton Stuart – People’s History of Film #52

Here we are Historians, episode 52. This will be the final episode of the People’s History of Film as we go on an indefinite hiatus. When we decided to have this be the last episode, it made sense for Dalton Stuart to be the one answering questions. It was always a part of the plan, […]

Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street – GTGC #211

On a landmark episode of your favorite film analysis podcast, Arthur and Caleb say good bay the only way they know how; debauchery. That’s right, on this week’s GoodTrash GenreCast we’re taking a look at Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. It’s three hours of coke, prostitutes and innovative dart games. But, is it one […]

A Cure for Wellness

A Cure For Wellness – Back to the Movies #61

Back to the Movies – A Cure For Wellness In this week’s Back to the Movies, we’re taking a trip to the swiss alps to find the cure to all of the 2016-2017 misery in our review of Gore Verbinski’s latest film, A Cure For Wellness. Unfortunately the mad scientists of the alps have co-host […]

Jacob Burns

Jacob Burns – People’s History of Film #51

Hello and welcome to The People’s History of Film. This week, Dalton sat down with OKC based filmmaker, Jacob Burns. Jacob and his cohorts work under the umbrella of Planet Thunder Productions. Dalton and Jacob discuss at length Jacob’s interest in becoming a director. The conversation gives us snapshots of Jacob in school.  He explains that becoming […]

Princess Bride

The Princess Bride – GTGC #210

Once upon a time, your favorite movie analysis podcast sat down to talk about a story that has it all, The Princess Bride. On the show this week, we throw a cult classic on the table to see what it is all about. Does Rob Reiner’s tale of stories and pirates sweep us off our […]

Dan LeFebvre

Dan LeFebvre — People’s History of Film #50

Hello dear listeners and welcome once again to The People’s History of Film. On this week’s show, Dalton sat down with OKC-based podcaster Dan LeFebvre (Luh-feb, if you were wondering). Dan is the host of the fantastic and award-winning podcast, Based on a True Story. On each episode of his show, Dan compares Hollywood with history […]

Girlhood

Girlhood (Bande de Filles) – GTGC #209

Welcome back to your favorite movie analysis podcast, the GoodTrash GenreCast. On this week’s episode, the whole gang gathers around the table to talk about Dustin’s February host pick, the 2014 French coming of age drama, Girlhood or Bande de Filles. Is this drama a beautiful tale of growing up? Or does it crumble under […]

The Lego Batman Movie / John Wick Chapter 2 Double Feature – Back to the Movies #60

Back to the Movies – The Lego Batman Movie / John Wick Chapter 2 This week’s Back to the Movies brings us another double feature review leading into the big weekend before the Valentine’s Day holiday. The day of romance almost always offers a couple of different choices at the cinema and this year we’re being […]

Josh Shepard

Josh Shepard — People’s History of Film #49

Greetings historians! Welcome once more to The People’s History of Film. This week Dalton sat down with comedian, writer, and poet Josh Shepard. As with last week’s guest Keithan Smith, Josh is a member of the OKC comedy group The SAAD Boys. Josh also co-wrote and co-directed the SAAD Boy’s produced short-film Bean Flute. Dalton and Keithan discussed Bean Flute on […]

Negotiator

The Negotiator – GTGC – #208

Welcome back where the analysis is fresh and trash is good. Your favorite movie analysis podcast is back to talk F Gary Gray’s hostage thriller The Negotiator. Is it a bucket of fun or a bucket of poo? You’ll have to tune in to find out our thoughts on this 1998 action flick. But first, […]