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Chad Clinton Freeman joins Josh to talk about Quentin Tarantino's new film Django Unchained.

Talking Tarantino

December 21st, 2012

Chad Clinton Freeman joins Josh to talk about Quentin Tarantino's new film Django Unchained.

  • Film critic and historian Tony Macklin joins Josh to talk all about Alfred Hitchcock.

  • Will the new Hobbit movies live up to the original Lord of the Rings trilogy? Listen and find out.

  • Time to talk Bond. James Bond.

  • Josh welcomes Brian Black to discuss Tim Burton's latest film and long, stylistic career.

  • Josh welcomes Drafhouse Cinema's Roger Erik Tinch to discuss Anderson's new film and body of work.

  • Erin Ryan joins Josh to look at some of the most high-profile new shows from the upcoming fall TV season.

  • What has Tom Cruise done to (or for) the movie musical?

  • Josh talks Ridley Scott's new sci-fi epic.

  • Look into the future with Josh Bell and Jeffrey K. Howard.

  • Josh and Tony Macklin break down their favorites.

  • Josh talks it out with Roger Erik Tinch.

  • From heartwarming classics to heart-stabbing horror movies.

  • Josh talks with Anna Smedley, who's both a Twilight fan and a researcher of the fan phenomenon.

  • It's iconic horror time with Josh and friends!

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