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Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Stoke Calcifer and put on the kettle, Lisha and Jules are rounding out a month of animated films with Hayao Miyazaki's 2004 fantasy adventure film, Howl's Moving Castle! Listen up as Lisha goes on a tirade against weird love stories while simultaneously loving on a fire-demon, as Jules pokes at some writing issues and salivates over beautiful animation, and both of your hosts lament over how the titular character is really just a lil punk. It's a bit of a rickety ride, but just push play and let Turnip-Head lead the way!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 a special episode of Screen Tea Podcast! She did it: Jules won spouse of the year and gifted Lisha the chance to cover her favorite on-screen media of all time, 2020's film release of Thomas Kail and Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton! Grab a Sam Adams (spoiler alert: Lisha had a few during this recording) and listen as your hosts give their impressions of the hit Broadway musical, track-by-track! Lisha unlocks a level of fangirling you've never quite heard before, mostly over Aaron Burr (and with that, a new level of swearing: this is not a Disney-appropriate episode, folks!), Jules reveals how helpless she really is over Phillipa Soo/Eliza (and just how much she doesn't appreciate Lin-Manuel Miranda's cry-singing), and both of your podcasters have a lot to say about Chris Jackson's eyebrows. Come ring out the hellyear that was 2020 and ring in the new year with us, folks, and raise a glass!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.wikipedia.org, Hamilton: The Revolution by Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda (Book), https://www.elle.com/culture/movies-tv/a33276038/hamilton-eliza-gasp-meaning-ending-explained/, The Hamilcast: A Hamilton Podcast (episodes 225 + 226), and the hours and hours of cast interviews that live in our heads rent free.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! Don't adjust your screens or your speakers: this week for animated movie month, Lisha & Jules are covering the insanely multi-faceted, visual/audio masterpiece, 2018's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse! Web yourself into a cozy corner and listen up as Lisha discusses the importance of Miles Morales, character dynamics, and manages to reference vines somehow, as Jules gives the deets about the many feats of animation and pledges her moral allegiances to all Spider-People, and as both of your podcasters lament about just how much they relate to Human Disaster Peter B. Parker. As a bonus treat, we have a special recording included in the show provided by Hogey from the amazing podcast I Can Marvel All Day, where he discusses ties between this film and the MCU, unabashedly makes an episode request, and summarizes the most important question of all: how did they make this movie look so goddamn awesome?Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://www.vulture.com/2019/01/how-spider-man-into-the-spider-verse-changed-animation.html, and https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/animators-comic-book-world-spider-verse#:~:text=The%20Kirby%20Dots&text=Much%20of%20this%20movie's%20animation,feel%20intact%20within%20the%20movie.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! Bonjour et buvez beaucoup d'eau pour vous préparer à l'épisode de cette semaine! For week two of all-animated film December, Lisha and Jules are coming at you with the feature length directorial debut from Sylvain Chomet, 2003's The Triplets of Belleville! Ecoutez as Lisha 1. Mangles the French language and 2. Get's really, really bent out of shape over some sound and character design, as Jules becomes the protector of all things Grandmother, Dog, and 2D animation related, and as both of your podcasters get their feelings all over the place re: the absolute beauty of this film. If this is one you haven't seen yet, folks, consider it homework: find it, watch it, and then hunker down with us for a review that's all over the place, in true Screen Tea Podcast fashion (but this time, with more French swear words tossed in!). 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! Please get cozy with whatever warm beverage brings you the most comfort, because for their first ever animated film episode, Lisha and Jules have chosen possibly one of the most heart-wrenching animated films created to date: Travis Knight's 2016 masterpiece, Kubo and the Two Strings! Settle in with some loved ones and listen as Lisha explains exactly why Kubo ranks amongst her top nine films of all time (yeah, top nine, she knows what she said), hear Jules struggle to come to terms with her feelings about Beetle/Beatles while being smart about animation, and get a healthy dose of your podcasters getting annoyed about precisely ONE THING about this movie, really (can we maybe not whitewash roles? Guys? Hello?). Don't blink; there's lots of story here, in the first episode of an all-animated movie month!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and https://www.cnet.com/news/behind-the-stunning-stop-motion-magic-of-kubo-and-the-two-strings/#:~:text=%22Kubo%20and%20the%20Two%20Strings,a%20sumptuous%20stop%2Dmotion%20adventure.&text=Amid%20a%20deluge%20of%20CGI,relies%20on%20cutting%2Dedge%20technology.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 41: Son of Rambow

Episode 41: Son of Rambow

2020-12-0401:06:59

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Grab your fish-bowl for spittin' and make your way to the garage for a listen to this week's episode covering Garth Jenning's 2007 film-within-a-film, Son of Rambow! Lend us your ears as Lisha swings wildly between loving and hating the writing, Jules somehow brings Memory Vampires into the mix, and both of your hosts find a way to agree on how much they just don't like the French kid. Get yourself cozy; everyone is welcome (hi, Lee Carter!), and we'll make blood-siblings of y'all yet!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 40: Paterson

Episode 40: Paterson

2020-11-1901:38:41

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Whether you plan on grabbing a pint at the bar, or sipping tea from a black and white spotted mug, get comfortable and prepare to be soothed (actually, not likely) by the dulcet tones (ha!) of your podcasters as they cover Jim Jarmusch's poetic masterpiece, 2016's Paterson! Be lulled by Lisha as she pines over a fictional bus driver and laments the fact that he's, you know, FICTIONAL, don't be put off by the fact that Jules might use this film as a hypnotic sleep device in the future, and join your hosts as they both compose stanzas praising Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani... and yes, Nellie the dog. It might seem like a slow burning episode this week folks, but no need to fear: we're here to bastardize any semblance of intellectual discussion about this week's beautiful film, so pull up a seat on the bus and join the conversation! 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! The beverage of the night this time around is the classy Jägerbomb; 3,2,1, drop it in and get ready to lose your balance with Lisha and Jules this week as they cover Matt Ratner's 2019 directorial debut Standing Up, Falling Down! Listen up as Lisha finally gets to lose her mind over her current celebrity infatuation David Castañeda, Jules gets a bit salty over some good 'ole J.J.-style lens flares, and your hosts get a bit snippy over a difference in directorial opinion! Not to worry, folks; there's plenty of love, laughs, and chemistry at the table (and in the film) this week to carry us all through, so sit down and plug in!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! Get the espresso machine up and runnin' for this one, or head on down to the Bean-N-Gone for a cup 'o java to get your energy up as Lisha and Jules get down 'n dirty with Kevin Smith's 2008 comedy Zack and Miri Make a Porno! Turn the volume up and listen as Lisha cackles over her favorite one liners, Jules can't get over the adorable Jason Mewes, and both of your podcasters croon over how Craig Robinson is honestly too good for this world. Get Barry over here with the boom mic; it's show time!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 37: Trick 'r Treat

Episode 37: Trick 'r Treat

2020-10-2801:23:55

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and happy Spooky Movie Month! Load up on candy and sugar this week, friends and fiends; it's Trick 'r Treat time! Throw on those costumes and light up those jack 'o lanterns as Lisha tries to adopt a demon and a baby witch, Jules does her best to clamber out of the basement this week, and both of your hosts nearly murder each other over a movie that has nothing to do with Trick 'r Treat or the brilliant Michael Dougherty before the episode even starts. Don't forget to follow the rules of Halloween, darlings, and you should be juuuuust fine ♥Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, the-numbers.com, https://geektyrant.com/news/10-fun-facts-about-trick-r-treat, https://www.dreadcentral.com/news/74714/10-fun-facts-trick-r-treat/, and https://uproxx.com/movies/trick-r-treat-movie-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, and happy Spooky Movie Month! Your podcast hosts encourage you to fill your canteens to the brim this week, because they're taking you deep into the woods to talk about the 1999 cult classic, The Blair Witch Project! Listen close as Lisha reminisces about being a terrified and obsessive ten-year-old weirdo, Jules keeps meandering down into the basement, and both of them relate to and defend Mike to death because he's just the best and that's a hill they will die on. Bundle up, bring your compass, and don't get your feet wet; it's cold and brutal this week, folks!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 35: Hereditary

Episode 35: Hereditary

2020-10-1501:28:10

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and happy Spooky Movie Month! Brew yourself something strong (and preferably nut free!) and join us around the séance table as we discuss Ari Aster's 2018 feature length debut, Hereditary! Listen closely (cluck) as Lisha passionately devolves into madness over her admiration of Alex Wolff's performance, Jules somehow squees and laments at the same time over many things (squaments? lamees?), and both of your podcasters lose their heads (cluck) over the absolutely ruthless beauty that is the cinematography of Hereditary. Strap in, but don't get comfortable; you're in for a demented ride this week, folks!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://screenrant.com/hereditary-haunting-behind-scenes-facts-ari-aster-horror-movie/,  and https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/601658/hereditary-movie-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!)
Episode 34: Afflicted

Episode 34: Afflicted

2020-10-0701:33:55

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and happy Spooky Movie Month! Grab yourself a red (wine, rooibos, platelet drink?) and turn down the lights, because your hosts are thrilled to be covering Derek Lee and Clif Prowse's 2013 found footage masterpiece, Afflicted! Cover your eyes and open your ears as Lisha waxes poetic about tragic characters, Jules gets excitable over the technical aspects of frugal filmmaking, and both of your podcasters marvel over the fact that two friends with a few cameras breathed new life into the tired 'ole vampire genre! We're hitting the ground running with a household favorite this month, folks, so prepare for some bloody fun!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and http://moviepilot.com/posts/2014/04/01/interview-reviving-found-footage-in-afflicted-1307481?lt_source=external,manual 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 33: Filth

Episode 33: Filth

2020-09-2901:32:34

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Grab a pint and a bunch of Clorox wipes (if you can find 'em!), because it's about to get gross as the gals cover Jon S. Baird's 2013 adaptation of Irvine Welsh's novel, Filth! We swear it's not a hallucination, Lisha really is outraged over just about everything depicted onscreen, Jules really is obsessed with James McAvoy, and both of 'em somehow find a lot of nice things to say about the filmmaking aspects of one of their lowest rated films covered on the podcast to date. Intrigued? Grab your brew and lend your ears; it's gonna be a grimy one, folks!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! We hope that whatever you're brewing up for yourself this week, it's stronger than hell, because you're gonna need it to jump into the pit of horror and spiders that is Antonio Campos' 2020 adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock's novel, The Devil All the Time! Pull up a seat at the prayer log (but, like, please don't) and give Lisha a listen as she damn near goes DEEEELUSSSSIONAL over Robert Pattinson's performance, lend Jules a helping hand as she rank-orders the pieces of shit in this film, and gasp in shock and awe as both of your podcasters actually AGREE on just about every point (because, really: everyone is evil and bad with few exceptions) (one of those exceptions being the damn movie itself). So come along and hitch a ride with us to Knockemstiff; you'll probably be depressed by the end, but hopefully not disappointed! Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://www.looper.com/247867/small-details-you-missed-in-the-devil-all-the-time/, and https://theweek.com/articles/937844/dont-want-movie-robert-pattinson.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 31: Taxi Driver

Episode 31: Taxi Driver

2020-09-1501:48:09

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Order up a Coke (unless all you got is a Royal Crown Cola), hop in the back of our cab and crank up the speakers because this week, we're coming at you with a down 'n dirty classic: 1976's Taxi Driver, directed by none other than the legend himself, Martin Scorsese! Lend us your ears as Lisha hate/love/hates on the film's protagonist villain, Travis (but just straight up loves on Robert DeNiro), Juliet spouts off about wanting to punch everyone except for sweet baby angel Iris and the DP, and the girls play a rousing game of red light, green light. It's another gritty, hard watch this week, folks, so pour yourself some peach schnapps (or, you know, a standard cuppa will do!) and don't forget to tip your cabby (let's be real; your Uber driver). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://doyouremember.com/57726/15-trivia-facts-taxi-driver-probably-didnt-know, and https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/67148/13-grimy-facts-about-taxi-driver. 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! Put on the kettle and settle in for a wild wild ride out west as Lisha and Jules take on Tarantino for the first time with 2012's Django Unchained! Get snazzy and buckled into the tooth-mobile while Lisha fights off tears of fury in order to lavish praise over Hildi/Kerry Washington, Jules adores Christoph Waltz and refuses to say Monsieur (because FUCK CALVIN CANDIE), and both of your podcasters struggle to find words to describe how much they love Django, hate most of what's shown on-screen, and appreciate the cast and crew for committing to the horror at hand. It's a complicated one, folks, but what else would you expect from Tarantino? Grab your brew from the saloon and strap in!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://screenrant.com/bts-facts-about-django-unchained/, https://www.indiewire.com/2012/12/kerry-washington-on-surviving-quentin-tarantinos-django-unchained-42321/ 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!)
*Hello, dear listeners! Thank you for your patience; we know many of you were excited about this week's episode, and we appreciate feeling supported as we took a few days off from, well, everything, in order to allow ourselves the time and space to begin processing the loss of the ineffable Chadwick Boseman on August 28, 2020. From the outpouring of love we received during Marvel Movie May, we know that this is a difficult loss for a lot of you as well. We love you all, and we're all in this together; remember to hold strong (or, as our King T'Challa would say, Yibambe ♥).Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Sit across the table from Lisha and Jules for some nice Earl Grey (but maybe avoid the chamomile!) as they dig into Eli Craig's 2010 horror-comedy, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. Whether you're studying for college exams (you cute college kid, you), goin' fishin', or on a drive to your vacation home, you're sure to enjoy the sound of Lisha SHOUTING into the abyss for over an hour about just how much she cannot tolerate the sight of Chad's face, the joyous racket of Juliet's glee over just how much pain she caused Lisha with this week's watch, or perhaps you'll take pleasure in listening to both of them simply melt over Alan Tudyk (and Dale!). You'll never know which part you'll like best unless you grab yourself a brew or a mug, settle in, and start a-trudgin' through the woods with your Screen Tea Podcasters!Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, https://halloweenyearround.wordpress.com/2020/01/22/10-fun-facts-about-tucker-dale-vs-evil/ and https://screenrant.com/every-horror-movie-reference-in-tucker-and-dale-vs-evil/. 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! Jump on a bus and head to the small town of Ridiculous Podcasters, because this week Lisha and Jules are covering Kenneth Lonergan's directorial debut, 2000's You Can Count on Me! Let us all sit down for a mildly (wildly?) uncomfortable lunch together while Lisha spirals down a pit of Lonergan-dialogue obsession, Jules fights tooth and nail to pronounce ANYTHING related to the damn DIRECTOR of the film, and both of them cock their heads in confusion over Brian (seriously, what the fuck?). Actually, if you just want to grab some more refreshments, actually, and prepare yourself for some Mark Ruffalo, Laura Linney and Rory Culkin adoration, all you have to do is settle in and hit play...actually. Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/11/07/the-cinematic-traumas-of-kenneth-lonergan, and https://writingstudio.co.za/kenneth-lonergan-talks-about-writing-and-directing-manchester-by-the-sea/. 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 27: Jojo Rabbit

Episode 27: Jojo Rabbit

2020-08-1801:31:31

Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Get ready to hunt some carrots with Lisha and Jules this week as they review the brilliant Taika Waititi's 2019 genre-bending war/dramedy/satire, Jojo Rabbit! Lend the ladies your ears as Lisha simultaneously giggles and holds back sobs over the brilliance of Waititi's use of foreshadowing and handle on female characters, as Jules breaks character to get her feelings all over the place (namely regarding Sam Rockwell, those gut-punch moments, and the CHILDREN), and as both of your podcasters trip over themselves cracking up over the physical comedy of Taika and Alfie Allen (truly, the hidden gem of this treasure of a film). Whip up your beverage of choice, pull your chair up to the table, and let's get to dancin', shall we?Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org,  www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and https://screenrant.com/jojo-rabbit-surprising-behind-scenes-movie-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!)
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