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Episode 65: Encanto

Episode 65: Encanto

2022-03-2201:28:45

 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This week, Lisha and Jules do what all y'all have been doing: they talk about Bruno ♥ Prepare to either continue listening to the soundtrack on repeat or start listening to the soundtrack on repeat after your hosts cover Disney's 2021 mega-hit, Encanto! To nobody's shock, this episode is chock-full of Lisha hopped up on caffeine, psychoanalyzing all of the Madrigals and heart-eyeing over Lin-Manuel Miranda, while Jules hates on slow songs, examines diversity and manages to include a mini review of The Adam Project? Somehow? Oh, and both of your hosts REALLY HATE ON ABUELA, butcher the Spanish language (we really suck and we're really sorry), and discuss who has the best/worst powers in the Madrigal casita! This was a really fun one and a really great movie folks, so we hope you come sing along with us this week ♫♪♫Sources for this episode include imdb.com, wikipedia.org, rottentomatoes.com, and metacritic.com. Also, Lisha lied and hasn't Tweeted Bryan Fuller yet; BUT SHE WILL ONE DAY. SOON.Find us on Instagram @ScreenTeaPodcast, Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!  
 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This week, Lisha and Jules have a treat for you, in the form of the best-titled film in film history: John Ridley's 2021 romance/sci-fi/fantasy Needle in a Timestack! Yep. Needle. In a Timestack. Don't be too quick to judge; as much crap as your hosts give the title, they heap on the praise in equal measure. Listen up as Lisha dies on a few hills (and has an Orlando Bloom-related epiphany), Jules admires some stellar cinematography, and both of your hosts play spot-the-hidden-JJ Abrams (look, let's just say we found the needle, and it's a LENS FLARE). This one was a roller coaster; a star-studded, beautiful, hot mess of a roller coaster, so enjoy the ride!Sources for this episode include imdb.com, wikipedia.org, rottentomatoes.com, and metacritic.com. Also, the most perfect article ever written about a movie title and fully read during the episode can be found here: https://www.theguardian.com/film/2021/oct/15/needle-in-a-timestack-film-title (Stuart Heritage is brilliant). Also, you can find Jenny Yang's Twitter thread here: https://twitter.com/jennyyangtv/status/1448470198739111939Find us on Instagram @ScreenTeaPodcast, Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko! 
Episode 63: Martyrs

Episode 63: Martyrs

2022-02-0601:12:14

*WARNING: The film we cover this week contains extremely violent content that is discussed during the episode. Please listen carefully to the trigger warnings at the top of the episode, and skip it if you need to!*Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Join your hosts this week as they cover the 2008 French Extremism film Martyrs (directed by Pascal Laugier). There's no sugar coating this one, folks; it's brutal, it's violent, it's horrific...but also, as Lisha harps on, it's beautifully written and contains multitudes (including incredible effects, as you'll hear Jules, erm, dissect). Listen as your hosts debate over the meaning of the ending, the big picture of the film, and how they'll never look at staples the same way again (insert grimace here). Sources for this episode include imdb.com, wikipedia.org, and rottentomatoes.com.Here's a link to that adorable and perfect TikTok Lisha was talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZGP_vKz2NoFind us on Instagram @ScreenTeaPodcast, Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!  
 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast; Surprise, we're still alive! And we're swinging into 2022 with the biggest hit of last year: Spider-Man No Way Home. Load up your web shooters (and some WD40 in case of web block) and hang on tight as Lisha yells at Marvel for mistreating sweet baby boi spiderling Peter Parker,  Jules proves that she has feelings (Dock Ock related feelings), and both of your hosts squee over all aspects of so many Peters, so many villains, so many MCU easter eggs. This is free form, your hosts in their natural habitat; you've been warned! We hope you get some tingles of your own as we giggle-yell you into the new year.Sources for this episode include imdb.com, wikipedia.org, rottentomatoes.com, and metacritic.com. Find us on Instagram @ScreenTeaPodcast, Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko! 
 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Come back to the mystical 90's with Lisha & Jules as they cover Lin-Manuel Miranda's directorial debut, the musical-movie adaptation of Jonathan Larson's Tick...Tick...Boom! Grab your drinks of choice and listen up as Lisha cries because writing is hard, cameos are *chef's kiss*, and Lin Miranda is a fucking genius; as Jules croaks her way through praising cinematography, bashing terrible critics, and giving Lisha hell for her inability to suspend disbelief in swimming pools; and lastly, both of your hosts gushing over Andrew Garfield's stellar performance. Come love film, music, and Robin de Jesús with us, whether it's a Sunday or not ♫♫♫Sources for this episode include imdb.com, wikipedia.org, rottentomatoes.com, and metacritic.com. Find us on Instagram @ScreenTeaPodcast, Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko! 
Episode 60: Who's With Me

Episode 60: Who's With Me

2021-10-3101:00:51

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This Halloween, Lisha and Jules review a different kind of film: Austin Allan James's 2021 independent, micro-budget film Who's With Me? (You can watch for free; links after the cut!) Make sure you have a back stock of clean water (for your tea of course!) before digging in as Lisha gets deep into theory, Jules puts her education to work, and they get into a ridiculous debate about who would escape a deadly quarantine and who would be left to die in misery 😃 Your hosts were lucky enough to get some behind the scenes info about the production of this film from the creator himself, so sit back, relax, and spend some time with us on Spooky Day 🧡Check out the film here: https://youtu.be/JguqjhFqnmIAlso! https://app5.letterboxd.com/film/whos-with-me/And check out the film's Insta for info and future productions from the creator @wwm_filmInfo for this episode found on IMDB.com, https://filmthreat.com/reviews/whos-with-me/, and writer/director Austin Allan James.Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!) 
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and the first ever Small Screen Tea! That's right, Lisha and Jules stepped away from the big screen for a moment because there was a spooky Netflix series that was just too good not to talk about: Mike Flanagan's Midnight Mass! Do it up with a themed drink this week like your hosts and turn the lights down low as you listen to the dulcet tones of Lisha screeching about the hot, dorky, tragic priest; Jules demanding answers to the hard questions about poison; and both of your hosts admiring everything Mike Flanagan does, period (as well as a ton of crooning over Rahul Kohli and Samantha Sloyan). It's a pretty blasphemous episode, but hey, so's the subject matter, so keep the holy water nearby as you jump into this week's episode!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,   and here's the article that made Lisha spin out re: Hamish Linklater comparing slurping blood off of the floor to a kitten lapping up milk: https://www.menshealth.com/entertainment/a37760819/midnight-mass-father-paul-hamish-linklater-interview/Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com, and come talk to us on Instagram @screenteapodcast Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!) 
Episode 59: The Mist

Episode 59: The Mist

2021-10-2201:04:33

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This week, Lisha and Jules cover a spooky monster movie that they both remembered being much better than it actually is: 2007's The Mist! Keep the lights off (BECAUSE LIGHTS IN FOG DON'T WORK THE WAY THIS MOVIE SEEMS TO THINK THEY DO) and get ready to giggle at things that aren't supposed to be funny as you listen to Lisha demolish an ending that she once loved while Jules tries really, really hard to find the positives re: terrible special effects. Also, in case you couldn't tell, you get the honor of listening to both of your podcasters wonder why the hell they ever thought this movie was, you know...good. But it's not all bad, and so don't jump the gun (Lisha...no), relax, and get creepy with us! (Also, PS, sorry about the tentacle porn jokes, Mr. Darabont ♥)Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)  
 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and our first ever minisode! (Ignore Jules and her grumbling about how the minisode is still 43 minutes long). Since this is a mini, here's a mini description this week: Lisha really hated A Quiet Place Part II, and Jules really wanted her to rant about it because she thought it would be funny. There you have it; brew yourself some holiday-appropriate pumpkin spice black tea (you basic bitches), get cozy, and be vewwy, vewwy quiet as you enjoy this lil baby episode! (At least we don't keep our baby in a basket all the time). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and here's the article that Lisha got angry enough to pull up as backup: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-front-row/a-quiet-place-part-ii-reviewed-john-krasinskis-limited-view-of-horrorFind us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com,  check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com, and give us a follow on Instagram @screenteapodcast.Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!) 
Episode 58: Black Widow

Episode 58: Black Widow

2021-09-0501:45:59

 Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This week, Lisha & Jules are back on their Marvel nonsense with Cate Shortland's Black Widow! Should you so choose (of your own free will, of course), listen up as Lisha zooms back and forth between loving everything about the film and being angry about the fact that it exists (as well as discussing the, erm, 'fatherly' qualities of David Harbour), Jules gets hype over a happy O.T. Fagbenle and gets stoked about choreography, and both of your hosts lose their collective minds over the perfect Florence Pugh (insert heart-eyes here) ♥ This was a fun one; spike that tea with some vodka and enjoy!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and mtv.com. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!) 
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! For the second week running, Lisha and Jules managed to coax some guests along for the ride! Alek and Doug from the podcast Keep Your Voice Down join your hosts for a deep dive into the (much requested) 2015 Ridley Scott adaptation of Andy Weir's The Martian! It's a long one, so make sure you have plenty of sustenance (may we suggest tea with your potatoes?) as you get cozy with this podcast crew for debates about who the real asshole here is (is it Jeff Daniels or Mars?), whether or not the right Bowie song was chosen for the soundtrack, and who among the astronauts would spill the full story in a tell-all book post-canon.  This episode is an example of making things with friends, and we hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it!  You can listen to Alek and Doug on their podcast, Keep Your Voice Down, at https://www.watershedvoice.com/podcasts/keep-your-voice-down/, and wherever you find your podcasts! Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, as well as the novel The Martian by Andy Weir.Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Episode 56: In the Heights

Episode 56: In the Heights

2021-07-2102:32:12

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! It's a special episode, folks, as we welcome our very first guest: scary internet friend Kat from Delaware! Kat (who is honestly wonderful as you'll learn) joins your hosts as they cover their first musical adaptation, Jon M. Chu's 2021 adaptation of Lin Manuel Miranda's In the Heights! Get your headphones ready to listen as Lisha gets put on the spot re: WHICH USNAVI IS THE BEST USNAVI? (hint: Javier Munoz), Jules relates to the Heights' piragüero, Kat has a problem (named Anthony Ramos), and all three of your hosts go off on how much they love Sonny (how do you not love Sonny?!). It's a fun one, folks, so...lights up!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com.Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast...and our second Listener's Choice episode! If you need to grab a drink before buckling down to listen to Lisha & Jules dig into Thomas Vinterberg's Another Round...maybe make it tea? Coffee? High quality H2O? This episode cycles between hilarity and sober seriousness (see what we did there), so prep for some whiplash as Lisha tries to balance her appreciation for incredible mental health representation and a frankly unhealthy obsession with Mads Mikkelsen, Jules gets into some feelings about drinking culture while digging into the beautiful cinematography of the film, and both of your podcasters lament about the shortcomings of American film trends (yep, this is a foreign film, friends, and it's one of the best films of last year!). Be safe, enjoy, and if you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, you can reach out the SAMHSA's National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com.Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! No need to travel to the past or future, park yourself right here in the present to hear Lisha & Jules review Stefon Bristol's 2019 time travel film, See You Yesterday! Badass goggles not required (but highly recommended, because...badass) to listen as Lisha questions why there's so much swearing in a children's movie (this is not a children's movie), as Jules nerds out over scifi specs, and both of your podcasters give major props to the writers for utilizing this fascinating platform to highlight the injustices that exist in America's past and present. Pull on those time travel backpack straps, kids, and let's gooooooo!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com.Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
*TW: This week's film explores themes of rape and sexual assault.Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Bust out your best pastel nail polish and 90's girl pop, it's time to join Lisha and Jules for Emerald Fennell's feature film directorial debut, 2020's Promising Young Woman! Laugh and squirm as Lisha  waxes poetic about incredible dialogue and hellamazing casting, Jules digs into the beauty of fuzzy reality via cinematography and the boss that is Carey Mulligan (and the beauty of the Spice Girls!), and both of your hosts try to come to terms with the emotional impact of no-punches-pulled storytelling and just how deviously perfect Bo Burnham is as a baby-faced asshole. The subject matter and the story is heartbreaking and serious, and is told through a biting, often hilarious lens; so buckle down for some tears, lots of wheeze-laughing, and girl talk (with a twist!). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and www.forbes.com.Here's the ridiculous video referenced at the beginning, because Rafael Casal is a muse, we guess: https://youtu.be/KQ3L7zsz_T4. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Episode 52: Children of Men

Episode 52: Children of Men

2021-04-2201:38:06

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Put away that Quietus box in favor of listening to Lisha and Jules go on and on about Alfonso Cuaron's 2006 sci-fi thriller Children of Men! Find a nice spot in the UK countryside (preferably far away from Charlie Hunnam's wig) and tune in as Lisha fantasizes about swapping secondary and main characters, Jules gets to properly geek out over one of her favorite sci-fi flicks, and both of your hosts lean hard into Michael Caine's Lennon impression. This is not a happy film, but it is a ridiculous episode, so enjoy anyway!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, www.boxofficemojo.com, https://www.shortlist.com/news/20-things-you-probably-didnt-know-about-children-of-men, https://sites.google.com/a/depauw.edu/children-of-men/fun-facts. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Bust out your groovy vibes, man, because this week Lisha and Jules are covering the Listener's Choice pick, Shane Black's 2016 crime comedy, The Nice Guys! Pick up those protest signs (for the birds!) and chant along as Lisha laughs over some stuff (and stuff) (including RDJ), and yells about a lot of other stuff (and stuff) while Jules points out alllllll of the fence-sitting while gushing over the innocent violence of Russell Crowe...and also, of course, both of your hosts can't stop loving Ryan Gosling being an adorkable moron. Spoiler alert: This is a brutal episode, friends, so buckle up extra tight (and Lisha still loves you Shane Black, but man, what the hell). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Episode 50: Swiss Army Man

Episode 50: Swiss Army Man

2021-03-1201:34:31

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Reserve all of your rainwater and gather your juiceboxes; this week, Lisha and Jules are gushing over 2016's Swiss Army Man, a film lovingly directed by 'Daniels'! A truly unique and bizarre film has resulted in a pretty unique and fun episode: share a homemade earbud with a pal (or perhaps the living corpse of a gay lover, we won't judge), and listen in as Lisha gets Freudian about queer coding, self-love and farts (we know), Jules gets hype over practical effects and the Bay area (cue mandatory tagging of Rafael Casal!), and both of your podcast hosts laugh until they cry, and cry until they laugh. So, put a cork in it, hum your favorite tune, and let's blast off! Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://filmschoolrejects.com/commentary-swiss-army-man-e8e455c4400b/, and http://www.newnownext.com/swiss-army-man-gay-necrophilia-movie-daniel-radcliffe/10/2016/. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Pocket check: make sure you have your map and your doggo companion before you set off with Lisha and Jules as they cover Michael Matthews' 2020 film, Love and Monsters! Listen up as Lisha chokes up over Dylan O'Brien and sky jellies, as Jules gets heavy into Art Stuff and animal companion love, and both of your hosts lose their minds over brilliant writing/directorial balance and badass monster design! Hitch a ride with your friendly neighborhood boulder snail and come along for a hella fun trip this week!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Episode 48: Blindspotting

Episode 48: Blindspotting

2021-02-1101:48:41

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Crank the speakers in your Uber and get ready as Lisha & Jules cover Lisha's favorite movie (yes, again, it's a whole thing), Carlos López Estrada's 2018 feature length directorial debut, Blindspotting! Grab some green juice (but not from the Kwik Way tho) and dial it up as Lisha digs (Diggs?) deep into the amazing writing and borderline loses it over movie preference hierarchies, Jules keeps on with her apparent issues with cry-acting and highlights stellar cinematography, and both of your hosts lavish never-ending praise onto writers Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. This is an important film, folks, maybe one of the most important movies about racial disparity in America that you can get your hands on; so watch it, and then come back to us for some FACEVASIN'. ALSO, consider helping to Save the Alley! https://www.gofundme.com/f/savethealley Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at thescreenteapodcast@gmail.com, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
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