On this episode Kevin is joined by Matt Deluca to talk about the 2018 western "Hostiles" Starring Christian Bale, Wes Studi, and Rosamund Pike. Kevin and Matt discuss their love for westerns and also cover a new Netflix series in the "Homebrew" segment.
This Episode is dedicated to the man Justin Little who started my love and appreciation for film ... and also awesome terrible Scottish accents. Kevin takes this film on solo and looks back on the 1995 best picture winner "Braveheart"
What could be more exciting than a film about a post World War 2 era tailor who is British? This podcast where three guys talk about a film about a tailor and make sure to note that they desired more dress making... Listen to see what you're missing.
On episode 7 Kevin welcomes his wife back into the studio to talk about their trip to the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. They re-cap their experience and talk about all 10 films that they saw there.
The Tuesday after "Three Billboards" swept the SAG awards, Kevin and Jacob sit down in the studio to talk about the film and their thoughts. In the "Home-brew" section Kevin covers an old western mini series and Jacob gives the "artsy fartsy" a run for their money.
Kevin welcomes special guest Kelsey Davis into the studio to review the new Spielberg film "The Post" starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep. Kevin and Kelsey briefly cover what it means to be a feminist (wait for it) and they also talk about what it means to view a film from the 1970's through the lens of 2017.
Fantasy, fairy tales, princesses, magical beasts and shocking horror. One of these terms doesn't belong unless you are describing a Guillermo Del Toro film. "The Shape of Water" is strikingly beautiful and terrifying in the same breath, but how does it stack up to some of his other masterpieces? Listen and find out.
In this episode Kevin and Jacob have a very good conversation about a very bad movie. Kevin and Jacob discuss what it means to be creators and what it means to critique others creations and the very paradox that creates.
Hope you all had a merry and safe holiday. Due to a busy weekend full of family and friends, the episode today is short but fun. Kevin talks a bit about "Die Hard" and then gives the show over to the fans who take it away.
It's our first episode as One Brew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and we are lucky to talk with Karl Huddleston of Movie Podcast Weekly. We talk about our mutual love for Hans Zimmer one of if not the best film composer of all time. Kevin Zade is joined by co-host Jacob Davis and as you will hear we turn our music nerd selves up to 11.
The film score clips do not belong to the podcast and were taken from youtube.com
This is a short little sneak peak episode welcoming back our old listeners and our new listeners. It is also a refresher course on editing and posting for our tech team. Enjoy and tune in next week for episode one!
This Episode has a very important announcement towards the end of the episode so stay tuned. Kevin also covers the second half of his top 10 of the year so-far. Does your list match up with his, are there any films that made your list that he hasn't brought up yet? Tune in this week and next week to hear the rest of the list.
With the technical difficulties of the recording this week Kevin comes to the table late but with 5 small reviews of movies both streaming and in the theater now.
The song "Man of Constant Sorrow" was from the Coen Brother film and taken from youtube. It does not belong to The Zade Storey
In this brief episode Josh and Kevin cover "The Dark Tower" Staring Idris Elba, and Matthew McConaughey. Does the latest Steven King adaptation rise to the reputation of others or does it falter.
The trailer was taken from youtube.com
Happy Monday. Today marks a great day in history. It is the total eclipse here in Oregon and Kevin gets a chance to interview and talk with Josh Larsen. Josh Larsen is the author of "Movies are Prayers" and the co-host of one of Kevin's favorite movie podcasts "Filmspotting." They discuss Josh's new book as well as a fellow passion for viewing films critically.
Josh, Jacob, Kenny, Kevin, Matt, their names are your names too. For a movie as big as "Dunkirk" It takes five hosts to get this right. Even though the film is a historical event Kevin and Jacob discuss their reaction to the film version of the ending. Meanwhile Kenny and Josh feel the character development is a bit lacking. Matt feels as though this movie was created specifically for him as he claims it to be "One of the best theater experiences he has ever had." The discussion is great and the film ends up spreading the board when it comes to the ratings.
The trailer was taken from You Tube and doe snot belong to the Zade Storey
Matt Deluca stars as a guest host and first time viewer of Gladiator which is one of Kevin's all time favorites. Does Ridley Scott's 2001 best picture winner stand up in 2017? Listen here to find out.
The Sound clips including the music of Rush and the trailer were taken from youtube.com
On this weeks episode Matt Deluca joins Jacob and Kevin as they discuss the final (hopefully) installment of the "Apes" trilogy. During Recording there is a brief bit of technical difficulties that was unable to be fixed in the editing floor.
The clips from the movies and trailers were taken from youtube.com
Kevin and Jacob are back in the studio talking about the films of director Edgar Wright. Kevin and Jacob talk about the Cornetto Trilogy, and Scott Pilgrim vs the World. Kevin then gets a chance to reassess his original rating of "Baby Driver."
The trailers were taken from youtube.com
This episodes is not for babies. It is however for drivers, unless of course you are a baby. Tim Gillette invites himself into the Zade Storey studio to review the latest crime action comedy "Baby Driver" from director Edgar Wright. This episodes contains alcohol.
Some of the sound clips used do not belong to "The Zade Storey" and can be found on youtube.com including both the song "Debra" by Beck and "The Benny Hill Theme"