A Year in Film: A Hollywood Suite Podcast
1980 — American Gigolo & Urban Cowboy: Gigolos
Season 3, Ep. 12
Cam, Alicia and Becky get seduced by two different takes on gender roles from 1980: Paul Schrader's American Gigolo and James Bridges' Urban Cowboy.
1973 — Messiah of Evil & The Holy Mountain: Psychedelic Fever Dreams (feat. Kat Ellinger)
Season 4, Ep. 3
Author, editor and film critic Kat Ellinger takes Becky and Cam on a trip with two unreal films from 1973: Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz's Messiah of Evil, and Alejandro Jodorowsky's The Holy Mountain. Kat Ellinger is the Editor-in-Chief atDiabolique Magazine, and the co-host of theirDaughters of DarknessandHell's Bellespodcasts. She has also written for BFI,Senses of Cinema,FangoriaandScream Magazine,and provided various home video supplements, commentary (including Blue Underground's 4K Ultra HD version ofDaughters of Darkness and Imprint's Bluray ofLet's Scare Jessica to Death), liner notes, on camera interviews and audio essays, for a number of companies including Arrow Films, Kino Lorber, Indicator, Second Run and Cult Films. Kat is the author ofDaughters of Darkness(Devil's Advocates, Auteur), andAll the Colours of Sergio Martino(Arrow Films).
1973 — Godspell & Jesus Christ Superstar: Hippie Musicals (feat. Anthony Oliveira)
Season 4, Ep. 2
Anthony Oliveira hops on the bus with Becky and Cam as they travel back to 1973 to praise two beloved stage-to-screen adaptations: David Greene's Godspell and Norman Jewison's Jesus Christ Superstar. Anthony Oliveira is a National Magazine and GLAAD award-winning author, pop culture critic, and PhD living in Toronto. He is the film programmer for the Revue Cinema's Dumpster Racoon Cinema programme, and the host of the podcast THE DEVIL'S PARTY, examining christian poetry through a queer readership lens. His first novel,Dayspring, is forthcoming from Strange Light Press in 2023.
1973 — Cannibal Girls & Flesh for Frankenstein: Carnal Horror
Season 4, Ep. 1
On the Season 4 premiere, Becky, Cam and Alicia dive into the carnal horrors of 1973 with the late Ivan Reitman's Cannibal Girls and Paul Morrissey's Flesh for Frankenstein (sometimes known as Andy Warhol's Frankenstein).