With the Treasure of The Sierra Madre and Emmet Van Driesche | Road to Indy 5
Emmet Van Driesche joins the show again to talk about The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), another of the influences of Indiana Jones and his dad’s favorite movie. We examine the influences of Indiana Jones and the artistry which truly makes this one of the best movies ever made. Follow Emmet! https://www.emmetvandriesche.com/ https://www.blurb.com/b/11550014-greenwood-spoon-carving https://www.instagram.com/emmet_van_driesche/
With Gunga Din and Mike Monson
Continuing the Road to Indy 5, we’re talking Gunga Din (1939). Joining us is Mike Monson, editor of Grizzly Pulp. It’s a great episode, talking filmmaking of a past era. Follow Grizzly Pulp http://www.grizzlypulp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/grizzlypulp/?hl=en
With The Naked Jungle and American Pulps
Matt Pagourgis and John Borges from American Pulps are back to talk The Naked Jungle (1954) and how it inspired elements of Indiana Jones. Follow American Pulps https://www.instagram.com/americanpulps/?hl=en
With Zorro Rides Again (1937) and Blake Powers | Road to Indy 5
On the road to Indy 5, we’re watching Zorro Rides Again (1937) and joined by Blake Powers from Bond Life Chicago to breakdown this serial from the 30’s and how its stunt work influenced Indiana Jones. Follow Blake! https://www.instagram.com/bondlifechicago/
With MacKenna’s Gold and Emmet Van Driesche
Today we’re joined on the show by Emmet Van Driesche as we continue down the road to Indy 5 with MacKenna’s Gold. Will film surprise us? Listen to find out! Follow Emmet! https://www.emmetvandriesche.com/
With Secret of the Incas and American Pulps | Road to Indy 5
Secret of the Incas (1954) inspired much of the character and appearance of Indiana Jones and we’re joined to talk about it by Matt Pagourgis and John Borges from American Pulps. Follow American Pulps: https://www.instagram.com/americanpulps/?hl=en
With Casablanca and Roland Hulme | Road to Indy 5
On the road to Indiana Jones 5, we’re covering the influences to the Indiana Jones franchise. To start this series, we’re going for the big one. Casablanca (1943) is one of the all time greats, and we are joined to discuss it with Roland Hulme, romance author, Bond-fan and all around great guy. Follow Roland […]
Men Writing Romance?
It was a delight to sit down with romance author Roland Hulme and discuss Indiana Jones, Story Structure and of course, Reason and Romance. It was a fun interview and an honor to be on his show.