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Listen To Us Rant About Movies
We rant! We drink! Listen!
Category: TV & Film
Location: Chicago and Orlando
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April 21, 2016 04:43 PM PDT
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The Ranters unite to discuss re-watches, new series, and new discoveries--followed by an in-depth review of Midnight Special. Wes drinks a Re-Birth Pale Ale and Zach tries a Pipeworks Stout.

Review begins at 30:12; Spoiler Talk begins at 46:25.

Intro song: The Cross by Makeup and Vanity Set.
Outro song: Vortex by John Carpenter.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

April 03, 2016 05:18 PM PDT
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"God versus Man. Day versus Night!" The Ranters return with a bomber of Delirium Red in hand to review the highly-anticipated blockbuster BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE. Preceded by what they've been watching, including discussions on Magic Mike, Daredevil Season 2, Sicario, Terminator: Genisys, Pee Wee's Big Holiday, and many others.

What We've Been Watching (5:37). Main Review (42:54). Spoilers (59:38).

Intro song: Man of Steel Theme by Hans Zimmer. Outro song: Batman v Superman Main Theme by Hans Zimmer.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

The Listen To Us Rant About Movies podcast is a non-profit organization. We do not claim any of the films or music within to be our own and use them for entertainment purposes only.

March 15, 2016 12:43 PM PDT
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In this special St. Patrick's Day episode, the Rant Boys pour a glass of Guinness and discuss what they've been watching, including World of Tomorrow, Attack the Block, I Heart Huckabees (and the work of David O'Russell), The Lobster, Stanley Kubrick movies, and House of Cards. Wes finally finishes The Knick Season 2, and they have a spoiler-filled discussion, followed by in-depth review of 10 Cloverfield Lane.

Spoilers for The Knick at 24:37 to 31:12. Review begins at 38:07; Spoilers begin at 46:22.

Intro song: I'm Shipping Up To Boston by Dropkick Murphys. Middle song: Son of Placenta Previa by Cliff Martinez. Outro song: Seven Drunken Nights by The Dubliners.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

March 01, 2016 05:42 PM PST
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The Ranters pour a fresh glass of Southern Tier's Warlock, discuss the fate of superhero films with Deadpool and the upcoming Daredevil Season 2/Defenders series, 70mm indies, Oscar-nominated flicks, and new shows Vinyl, Animals, and Love--followed by an in-depth review of The Witch.

Review begins at 39:47; Spoilers begin at 57:53.

Intro song: Season Of The Witch by Donovan. Outro song: Witch by Maps & Atlases.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

February 15, 2016 07:30 PM PST
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In this episode, the Ranters discuss what they've been watching and dive into an in-depth review of the new Coen Brothers' film, "Hail, Caesar!" Wes drinks a Ballast Point Ginger IPA and Zach tries a Stone Imperial Russian Stout.

Review begins at 34:12;
Spoilers begin at 52:29.

Intro song: Hollywood Babylon by The Misfits.
Outro song: Hail Caesar by AC/DC.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

February 08, 2016 04:06 PM PST
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The Ranters pour a glass of Fat Head's Head Hunter IPA, discuss what they've been watching, and enter a full review of 2015's critically-acclaimed "Anomalisa," followed by "Carol." The reviewed films are spoiled discussions!

Anomalisa begins at 37:02; Carol begins at 53:26.

Intro song: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper. Outro song: Wild by Beach House.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes. Every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com. Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

January 21, 2016 10:56 AM PST
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The boys open up a beer of their choice and discuss their Top 10 favorites of 2015 with guest and friend of the show, writer/director Sean Pierce (Meathead Goes Hog Wild, Barbarian).

Sean's Top 10: 10. Magic Mike XXL; 9. 99 Homes; 8. Tangerine; 7. Carol; 6. Manglehorn; 5. Mad Max: Fury Road; 4. Clouds of Sils Maria; 3. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence; 2. The Revenant; 1. The Look of Silence. Sean's beer of choice: Pipeworks Grand Guignol.

Zach's Top 10: 10. Entertainment; 9. Tangerine; 8. Tale of Tales; 7. Anomalisa; 6. Manglehorn; 5. Mad Max: Fury Road; 4. Hard to Be a God; 3. The Revenant; 2. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence; 1. The Look of Silence. Zach's beer of choice: Duvel.

Wes's Top 10: 10. Sicario; 9. The Martian; 8. It Follows; 7. Spotlight; 6. Steve Jobs; 5. The Hateful Eight; 4. Ex Machina; 3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens; 2. Mad Max: Fury Road; 1. The Revenant. Wes's beer of choice: Golden Monkey.

Intro Song: Grease Wizard by Tobacco
Outro Song: Lazarus by David Bowie

Stick around after the show for a special Q&A!

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes; every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com. Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and filmmaker from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford.
Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.
Sean Pierce is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and the director/writer of Barbarian. He also lives in Chicago and can be found at the sites above.

January 12, 2016 09:10 PM PST
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The boys crack open a cold Bell's Winter White Ale and rant about the Golden Globe winners and what films and shows they've been watching, followed by a double in-depth feature review of The Hateful Eight and The Revenant.

Chapters: Golden Globes (1:56), Watch List (11:23), Hateful Eight (29:54), Revenant (52:13).

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes; every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com. Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and aspiring writer/director from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford or his post-production website www.wesrford.com. Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

December 30, 2015 06:34 PM PST
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In this very special and passionate episode, Wes and Zach crack open Imperial Stouts and discuss what they've been watching. Delving head first into spoilers, they review the horror/comedy Krampus and the much-anticipated Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes; every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and aspiring writer/director from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford or his post-production website www.wesrford.com.

Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

November 19, 2015 05:17 PM PST
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This episode features our first special guest, Meathead Goes Hog Wild's very own Kevin Cline! The guys crack open a bottle of Rogue Brewing's Dead Guy Ale, discuss what they've been watching, and then they dive into an in-depth review of the latest 007 Bond film, SPECTRE.

Spoilers begin at 42:32.

Please subscribe, rate, and review us on iTunes; every bit counts, and we'd really appreciate it! Follow us on Twitter @LTURAMpodcast. You can contact us by email at listentousrantaboutmovies@gmail.com.

Wes Ford is a freelance video editor and aspiring writer/director from Orlando, Florida. He can be found on Twitter @wesrford or his post-production website www.wesrford.com.

Zach Harris is the co-director/writer/editor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild and lives in Chicago, Illinois. He can be found on Twitter @punctuationfilm, the handle of indie production company Punctuation Films. You can also visit their website at www.punctuationfilms.com.

Kevin Cline is the co-director/writer and lead actor of Meathead Goes Hog Wild. He also lives in Chicago and can be found at the sites above.

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