Mr. Hulot, Zazie, Delicatessen and Fog Breaker IPA

Cheers! David and Sonia go on a trip through French cinema while drinking Fog Breaker IPA from Anchor Steam in San Francisco.

“Mon Oncle” (1958)

“Mr. Hulot’s Holiday” (1953)

“Zazie dans le Metro” (1960)

“Delicatessen” (1991)

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Fantastic Planet, Yellow Submarine and Ten Fidy from Oskar Blues

Cheers! David and Sonia talk about “Fantastic Planet” (1973) and the 50th-anniversary re-release of “Yellow Submarine” while drinking a barrel-aged Ten Fidy Imperial Stout from Oskar Blues.

“Fantastic Planet” (1973)

“Yellow Submarine” (1968)

The Films of Vincent Price and Nose Goblin IPA from Ghost Town Brewing

Cheers! We wanted to do a podcast about Vincent Price, but we couldn’t stop watching Vincent Price movies – hence the delay in new episodes.

In this episode, we drink Nose Goblin Imperial IPA from Ghost Town Brewing, located in Oakland, Calif., and talk about 14 – that’s right, 14!!! – movies starring Vincent Price, including:

His Kind Of Woman (1951)
House of Wax (1953)
The Tingler (1959)
The House on Haunted Hill (1959)
The House of Usher (1960)
Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
Diary of a Madman (1963)
The Raven (1963)
The Comedy of Terrors (1963)
The Tomb of Ligeia (1964)
Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Last Man On Earth (1964)
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)
Theater Of Blood (1973)

His Kind of Woman (1951)

Diary of a Madman (1963)

The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

Sonia’s awesome Vincent Price shirt from Creepy Co.

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The Mummy and Bravo from Firestone Walker Brewing

Cheers! In honor of Universal’s new movie “The Mummy,” which is supposedly kicking off a new Dark Universe of Universal monster movie reboots, we are watching 1932’s “The Mummy,” starring Boris Karloff, and 1959’s “The Mummy,” starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.

We’ve paired our “Mummy” double feature with an aged beer – do you see what we did there? It’s Bravo, an imperial brown ale aged in oak bourbon barrels, from Firestone Walker.

The Mummy (1932)

The Mummy (1959)

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Alec Guinness Classics and HenHouse Brewing

Cheers! We’re back. Did you miss us? To make up for our hiatus, we’re going to talk about three movies – that’s right, THREE – movies starring Alec Guinness.

In honor of these three movies from Ealing Studios we’re drinking East Coast Bias from HenHouse Brewing from Petaluma, California. We actually don’t have a clever tie-in this time. We just really like this beer, and we want to talk about it.

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Kind Hearts And Coronets (1949)

The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)

The Ladykillers (1955)

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Snow White and Allagash White

Cheers! Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s back to podcasting we go … and this time we have a guest.

Emmy-winning filmmaker and author Chris Smith joins us to chat about Disney’s first-ever full-length animated movie, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

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In honor of “Snow White,” we’re drinking Allagash White. We talk about the making of this ground-breaking film and share our thoughts about the film. We have all kinds of thoughts and feelings about “Snow White.” Plus, we talk about our favorite Disney movies, favorite Disney princesses and more.

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Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs

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Batman v Superman and Flying Dog Bloodline Orange Ale

Cheers! In honor of “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice,” coming out March 25, we decided to do our own “Batman v Superman,” Old Movies, New Beer-style. We are discussing 1966’s “Batman: The Movie,” based on the TV series, and 1978 “Superman,” starring Christopher Reeve.

Holy hops, Batman! We’re drinking Flying Dog Bloodline Orange Ale. Flying Dog, get it? Sigh. Superhero-themed beer is surprisingly difficult to find.

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Batman (1966)

Superman (1978)

Do you have thoughts and feelings about comic book-based movies? Got a favorite superhero? We want to hear about it in the comments.

Meet Me In St. Louis, Bathing Beauty and Jubel 2015 from Deschutes Brewery

deschutesCheers! We put on our dancing shoes for this podcast, in which we chat about two MGM musicals, “Meet Me In St. Louis” and “Bathing Beauty,” while drinking Jubel 2015 from Deschutes Brewery.

We start off talking about the glorified clip shows that are “That’s Entertainment” part one and two. These two documentaries (and we use that word loosely) are what inspired us to check out these MGM musicals, starring two of the lovely ladies who are featured so prominently in both, Judy Garland and Esther Williams.

Also discussed: Our favorite musicals, and 1940’s “I Love You Again,” starring William Powell and Myrna Loy.

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That’s Entertainment Part 1

That’s Entertainment Part 2

Meet Me In St. Louis

Bathing Beauty

During the podcast, David was trying to remember the name of a movie and an actor we saw in “That’s Entertainment.” It was Bobby Van, and the film was “Small Town Girl.”

Christmas in Connecticut, White Christmas and Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel by De Halve Maan

Tis the season for holiday movies, right? While everyone is dusting off their copies of “A Christmas Story” and that awful Jim Carrey “Grinch” movie, we’ve decided to watch some old holiday movies we’ve never seen before.

In this podcast, we are talking about 1945’s “Christmas in Connecticut” and 1954’s “White Christmas,” while drinking Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel by De Halve Maan in Belgium.

Our Christmas Village is growing. Check out our newest building, an old movie theater. The perfect pairing for our brewery. And yes, we know we are complete dorks.

Our Christmas Village is growing. Check out our newest building, an old movie theater. It’s the perfect companion for our brewery. And yes, we know we are complete dorks.

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Christmas In Connecticut (1945)

White Christmas (1954)

If you are really feeling the holiday spirit, and want to hear us talk about even more holiday movies, check out last year’s holiday-themed podcast about “The Bishop’s Wife” and “The Man Who Came To Dinner.”

The Haunting, Curse of the Cat People and Firestone Walker’s Helldorado

We realize that Halloween is over, but we think scary movies can be enjoyed all year long.

In this podcast we are talking about 1963’s “The Haunting,” (not the horrible 1999 remake), and 1944’s “The Curse Of The Cat People,” and drinking Helldorado by Firestone Walker. Both movies are directed by Robert Wise, whose filmography is all over the map, including the original “Star Trek” movie, “The Sound of Music” and “West Side Story.”

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This podcast is kind of a sequel to our very first podcast, in which we discussed the original “Cat People” from 1942. Have our feelings changed about “Cat People” in the past year? You’ll have to listen to find out.

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The Haunting (1963)

The Curse Of The Cat People (1944)