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LWAF stands for Long Winded as F#@%. Because when we get together we have a lot to talk about. The podcast is Nick and Joe, longtime friends and lifelong film fans, clear out their Netflix queues and discuss what they've watched. There are so many films on Netflix and we decided to give ourselves a reason to watch them and get together to discuss them. We hope you enjoy the talks and the show.

Latest Episodes

Episode 77 - Our Finale and Gone with the Wind 1939

EThis week we explain why we are ending the show and say good bye…oh and also discuss the film we have been avoiding for over a year. We discuss the Victor Fleming, David O. Selznick classic Gone With the Wind. We were both impressed with the vast and ambitious production but we have some issues with the content of the film. Then we say goodbye to you the listeners. Thanks for listening everyone we had a lot of fun putting out the show and we hope you had fun listening.

54 MIN2018 MAR 12
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Episode 77 - Our Finale and Gone with the Wind 1939

EP 76 Voyeur (2017) & Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

EFirst up is the new, with a discussion of the Netflix original documentary Voyeur. A bizarre story about the famous journalist and author Gay Talese and his expose of a man that bought a motel for the express purpose of watching the hotel guests. It is a crazy story that is well crafted. Next we talk about the cult classic Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. Joe has been told to see this film by many friends and he finally uses the podcast to sit down and catch up with the horror / comedy cult favorite. Next we go back to a segment we call Movie Memories, where we discuss memorable movie going experiences from our lives. Nick talks about the vivid memory of seeing Revenge of the Jedi as a child. While Joe discusses the first time he saw Raging Bull with his co-host. Plot twist, Nick has no recollection of this event. We have a special announcement for the end of this week’s show. Sadly we are announcing that our next episode will be our last episode. With busy schedules the show has become m...

50 MIN2018 FEB 12
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EP 76 Voyeur (2017) & Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

EP75 April and the Extraordinary World (2016) & Carol (2015)

EThis week we have two very different films on tap. First we discuss the French animated film April and the Extraordinary World (2016). The film has a unique style that combines a steam punk aesthetic with an anime sensibility. Taking place in an alternate timeline the film is set in the early 1940’s where steam powered technology is still the dominant technology around the world. While April is a young scientist looking for a formula that gives the recipient immortality. Then we discuss the Todd Haynes film Carol (2015). A love story set in the 1950’s between the sophisticated and confident Carol and a young store clerk named Therese. Joe and Nick come down on different sides of this well crafted movie. Next we have our I’m Right You’re Wrong quiz show. This is a speed round style quiz where Nick and Joe quiz one another about all things film. Nick has dominated these contests and this week is no different. Then as usual we head back to the Netflix library to pick our films for ...

78 MIN2018 JAN 29
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EP75 April and the Extraordinary World (2016) & Carol (2015)

Episode 74 The Way Back (2010) & Let it Fall (2017)

EThis week we discuss the Peter Weir film The Way Back (2010) a film starring Ed Harris, Colin Farrell and Jim Sturgess about seven escapees from a Russian gulag in the 1940’s. Then we discuss the John Ridley documentary Let it Fall (2017) about the conditions and decisions that led up to the 1992 LA riots. Next we have our longest running segment called Hidden Gems. Nick and Joe discuss films that they feel are under-appreciated. Nick has a French Canadian film called Starbuck while Joe has a bit of tie-in because it’s title is so similar The Way Way Back. Then as always we select our films for our next episode. Nick has a French animated film called April and the Extraordinary World while Joe has a well received drama called Carol.

84 MIN2018 JAN 15
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Episode 74 The Way Back (2010) & Let it Fall (2017)

Episode 73 LWAF 2017 Year in Review

EThis week Nick and Joe look back at the films they watched in 2017. We discuss some of the worst films, our biggest disagreements and we each select our Top 5 films of the movies we discussed. Then we pick two new films for our first show of 2018. Nick selects the Peter Weir film The Way Back (2010) and Joe selects the John Ridley documentary Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982 - 1992 (2017)

82 MIN2018 JAN 1
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Episode 73 LWAF 2017 Year in Review

Episode 72 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) & The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

EThis week we are joined by special guest, Sally Hallada to talk about a couple of Christmas classics. First we finally get to a classic that Nick hasn’t seen when we discuss, It’s a Wonderful Life (1946). Sally and Joe were already admirers of the film and Nick was taken with it after his first viewing. Then we discuss a perfect Christmas companion with a discussion of The Bishop’s Wife (1947). The story of a Bishop that asks for his prayers to be answered and what he gets is not exactly what he had hoped for. Next we add to the ever growing list of films that we are embarrassedwe have never seen. Sally has a relatively new film that she had never caught up with, Joe has a classic western and Nick has another Christmas classic in mind. Then we look ahead at our next show and it’s a perfect time to look back at the movies we liked the most with our personal Top 5 lists from the LWAF films of 2018.

77 MIN2017 DEC 18
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Episode 72 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) & The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

Episode 71 Frank (2014) & Big Eyes (2014)

EThis week we head back to the Netflix library and select a couple films to discuss. An unplanned theme quickly reveals itself as both films are about artists and the challenges of creating art and what happens when that art is put out in the world. First we discuss the Tim Burton film Big Eyes (2014). Starring Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams the film is about Margaret Keane and her husband who took credit for her big eyed paintings. Next we discuss Frank (2014) a film about an eccentric rock band that performs avant garde music but is changed when a new ambitious keyboard player joins the band. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Scoot McNairy. Next we unveil a new segment called Movie Memories. Where we go back through some of our most memorable movie going experiences. Joe discusses how American History X was a life changing film for him. Nick talks about a screening that was a real switcheroo. Then, next week we are changing things up once aga...

66 MIN2017 DEC 6
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Episode 71 Frank (2014) & Big Eyes (2014)

Episode 70 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

EOur Embarrassed as F#@% episodes are discussions of films that one of the hosts are embarrassed they have never seen. This week Anthony Starke is back to discuss the classic western The Wild Bunch, which none of us had seen. A film with no good guys or bad guys, the complex and masterfully made film gives us plenty to discuss and Anthony once again has plenty of stories to tell from his long and varied career. Next Nick, Joe and Anthony discuss even more films that they are embarrassed they have never seen as the EAF list continues to grow. Then we go back to our usual format as we go back to the vast Netflix library to select two films to discuss on next weeks show.

79 MIN2017 NOV 20
Comments
Episode 70 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

Episode 69 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

EOur Embarrassed as F#@% episodes are discussions of films that one of the hosts are embarrassed they've never seen. This week we discuss the Billy Wilder classic Double Indemnity and we are joined by professional actor Anthony Starke. With over 30 years of acting experience and having had a role in the stage play “Billy & Ray” (about the writing of Double Indemnity) he was the perfect guest for our discussion of the classic film noir. With plenty of insights and even more fascinating stories Anthony kept us entertained during our discussion of the Billy Wilder classic. Next Nick, Joe and Anthony discuss their favorite film noir films and Joe can’t help but bring up one of his favorite noir parody Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid. Next week we will conclude our Embarrassed as F#@% episode with our discussion of the Sam Peckinpah classic The Wild Bunch.

63 MIN2017 NOV 13
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Episode 69 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

Episode 68 Halloween (1978) & It Follows (2013)

EWe continue our Halloween special with special guest Ian Malcolm and a lively discussion of the critically acclaimed It Follows (2013). A film that has many of the same tropes and themes as the original Halloween but sets it’s story in contemporary Detroit. Next we discuss our scariest scenes. We go over the scenes that had an effect on us through the years weather they scared us, grossed us out or just stayed with us over the years. And we will be off next week as we are moving to a every other week format but will be back Nov. 12th with one of our Embarrassed as F#@% episodes, where we watch and discuss films we are embarrassed we have never seen. Next episode we will also be joined by special guest, long time actor Anthony Starke.

80 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Episode 68 Halloween (1978) & It Follows (2013)

Latest Episodes

Episode 77 - Our Finale and Gone with the Wind 1939

EThis week we explain why we are ending the show and say good bye…oh and also discuss the film we have been avoiding for over a year. We discuss the Victor Fleming, David O. Selznick classic Gone With the Wind. We were both impressed with the vast and ambitious production but we have some issues with the content of the film. Then we say goodbye to you the listeners. Thanks for listening everyone we had a lot of fun putting out the show and we hope you had fun listening.

54 MIN2018 MAR 12
Comments
Episode 77 - Our Finale and Gone with the Wind 1939

EP 76 Voyeur (2017) & Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

EFirst up is the new, with a discussion of the Netflix original documentary Voyeur. A bizarre story about the famous journalist and author Gay Talese and his expose of a man that bought a motel for the express purpose of watching the hotel guests. It is a crazy story that is well crafted. Next we talk about the cult classic Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. Joe has been told to see this film by many friends and he finally uses the podcast to sit down and catch up with the horror / comedy cult favorite. Next we go back to a segment we call Movie Memories, where we discuss memorable movie going experiences from our lives. Nick talks about the vivid memory of seeing Revenge of the Jedi as a child. While Joe discusses the first time he saw Raging Bull with his co-host. Plot twist, Nick has no recollection of this event. We have a special announcement for the end of this week’s show. Sadly we are announcing that our next episode will be our last episode. With busy schedules the show has become m...

50 MIN2018 FEB 12
Comments
EP 76 Voyeur (2017) & Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

EP75 April and the Extraordinary World (2016) & Carol (2015)

EThis week we have two very different films on tap. First we discuss the French animated film April and the Extraordinary World (2016). The film has a unique style that combines a steam punk aesthetic with an anime sensibility. Taking place in an alternate timeline the film is set in the early 1940’s where steam powered technology is still the dominant technology around the world. While April is a young scientist looking for a formula that gives the recipient immortality. Then we discuss the Todd Haynes film Carol (2015). A love story set in the 1950’s between the sophisticated and confident Carol and a young store clerk named Therese. Joe and Nick come down on different sides of this well crafted movie. Next we have our I’m Right You’re Wrong quiz show. This is a speed round style quiz where Nick and Joe quiz one another about all things film. Nick has dominated these contests and this week is no different. Then as usual we head back to the Netflix library to pick our films for ...

78 MIN2018 JAN 29
Comments
EP75 April and the Extraordinary World (2016) & Carol (2015)

Episode 74 The Way Back (2010) & Let it Fall (2017)

EThis week we discuss the Peter Weir film The Way Back (2010) a film starring Ed Harris, Colin Farrell and Jim Sturgess about seven escapees from a Russian gulag in the 1940’s. Then we discuss the John Ridley documentary Let it Fall (2017) about the conditions and decisions that led up to the 1992 LA riots. Next we have our longest running segment called Hidden Gems. Nick and Joe discuss films that they feel are under-appreciated. Nick has a French Canadian film called Starbuck while Joe has a bit of tie-in because it’s title is so similar The Way Way Back. Then as always we select our films for our next episode. Nick has a French animated film called April and the Extraordinary World while Joe has a well received drama called Carol.

84 MIN2018 JAN 15
Comments
Episode 74 The Way Back (2010) & Let it Fall (2017)

Episode 73 LWAF 2017 Year in Review

EThis week Nick and Joe look back at the films they watched in 2017. We discuss some of the worst films, our biggest disagreements and we each select our Top 5 films of the movies we discussed. Then we pick two new films for our first show of 2018. Nick selects the Peter Weir film The Way Back (2010) and Joe selects the John Ridley documentary Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982 - 1992 (2017)

82 MIN2018 JAN 1
Comments
Episode 73 LWAF 2017 Year in Review

Episode 72 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) & The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

EThis week we are joined by special guest, Sally Hallada to talk about a couple of Christmas classics. First we finally get to a classic that Nick hasn’t seen when we discuss, It’s a Wonderful Life (1946). Sally and Joe were already admirers of the film and Nick was taken with it after his first viewing. Then we discuss a perfect Christmas companion with a discussion of The Bishop’s Wife (1947). The story of a Bishop that asks for his prayers to be answered and what he gets is not exactly what he had hoped for. Next we add to the ever growing list of films that we are embarrassedwe have never seen. Sally has a relatively new film that she had never caught up with, Joe has a classic western and Nick has another Christmas classic in mind. Then we look ahead at our next show and it’s a perfect time to look back at the movies we liked the most with our personal Top 5 lists from the LWAF films of 2018.

77 MIN2017 DEC 18
Comments
Episode 72 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) & The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

Episode 71 Frank (2014) & Big Eyes (2014)

EThis week we head back to the Netflix library and select a couple films to discuss. An unplanned theme quickly reveals itself as both films are about artists and the challenges of creating art and what happens when that art is put out in the world. First we discuss the Tim Burton film Big Eyes (2014). Starring Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams the film is about Margaret Keane and her husband who took credit for her big eyed paintings. Next we discuss Frank (2014) a film about an eccentric rock band that performs avant garde music but is changed when a new ambitious keyboard player joins the band. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Scoot McNairy. Next we unveil a new segment called Movie Memories. Where we go back through some of our most memorable movie going experiences. Joe discusses how American History X was a life changing film for him. Nick talks about a screening that was a real switcheroo. Then, next week we are changing things up once aga...

66 MIN2017 DEC 6
Comments
Episode 71 Frank (2014) & Big Eyes (2014)

Episode 70 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

EOur Embarrassed as F#@% episodes are discussions of films that one of the hosts are embarrassed they have never seen. This week Anthony Starke is back to discuss the classic western The Wild Bunch, which none of us had seen. A film with no good guys or bad guys, the complex and masterfully made film gives us plenty to discuss and Anthony once again has plenty of stories to tell from his long and varied career. Next Nick, Joe and Anthony discuss even more films that they are embarrassed they have never seen as the EAF list continues to grow. Then we go back to our usual format as we go back to the vast Netflix library to select two films to discuss on next weeks show.

79 MIN2017 NOV 20
Comments
Episode 70 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

Episode 69 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

EOur Embarrassed as F#@% episodes are discussions of films that one of the hosts are embarrassed they've never seen. This week we discuss the Billy Wilder classic Double Indemnity and we are joined by professional actor Anthony Starke. With over 30 years of acting experience and having had a role in the stage play “Billy & Ray” (about the writing of Double Indemnity) he was the perfect guest for our discussion of the classic film noir. With plenty of insights and even more fascinating stories Anthony kept us entertained during our discussion of the Billy Wilder classic. Next Nick, Joe and Anthony discuss their favorite film noir films and Joe can’t help but bring up one of his favorite noir parody Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid. Next week we will conclude our Embarrassed as F#@% episode with our discussion of the Sam Peckinpah classic The Wild Bunch.

63 MIN2017 NOV 13
Comments
Episode 69 Double Indemnity (1944) & The Wild Bunch (1956)

Episode 68 Halloween (1978) & It Follows (2013)

EWe continue our Halloween special with special guest Ian Malcolm and a lively discussion of the critically acclaimed It Follows (2013). A film that has many of the same tropes and themes as the original Halloween but sets it’s story in contemporary Detroit. Next we discuss our scariest scenes. We go over the scenes that had an effect on us through the years weather they scared us, grossed us out or just stayed with us over the years. And we will be off next week as we are moving to a every other week format but will be back Nov. 12th with one of our Embarrassed as F#@% episodes, where we watch and discuss films we are embarrassed we have never seen. Next episode we will also be joined by special guest, long time actor Anthony Starke.

80 MIN2017 OCT 30
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Episode 68 Halloween (1978) & It Follows (2013)
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