Fall Preview 2011

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Fall is upon us and it’s the season for the films seeking Oscar consideration to be released.  Listen as Anderson and Bryan go over their most anticipated in the Fall Preview 2011 episode.  Before that, Anderson and Bryan flickfess the movies they’ve seen in the past week.

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Featured Artist: Chris Burns

Click here for a list of all movies mentioned.




24 thoughts on “Fall Preview 2011

  1. ‘The lesbian pants were sloshing’, lol the funniest thing I’ve heard from Anderson.


    Posted by SteveP | November 1, 2011, 10:44 PM
  2. love your three dog video! adorable, made me smile after a long day


    Posted by Jennifer Gourley | October 25, 2011, 5:18 PM
  3. I agree with Pete B, spoil films.


    Posted by Chris | October 20, 2011, 9:05 PM
  4. Is it really Silly-ian instead of Kill-ian?


    Posted by Dustin Smith | October 19, 2011, 1:11 PM
  5. The Film Vault is a hilarious, and oftentimes trenchant, podcast about the art of cinema. Though film is the main topic of course, our hosts – the tongue in cheek misanthrope Anderson and the quick witted but cancerous Bryan (literally) – delve into the nether regions of pop culture, their lives, and the general zeitgeist of contemporary America. Jesus was a delusional madman, Shakespeare but a flagrant hack, and Thomas Jefferson a slave banging snob; but high above these Anderson and Bryan provide the brilliant white noise of hilarity to podcast listeners whose pitiful lives are often but tales of woe and hardship. May the gods propel this podcast to the eternal heights of Mt. Olympus, where Zeus himself will cast about his kingdom doubled over in laughter and merriment. Sniff.

    Philadelphia, PA
    In the Year of Our Lord 18 October 2011


    Posted by John Wagner | October 18, 2011, 12:18 PM
  6. Micheal Hisvickisvisvisivisississs.


    Posted by Zen | October 17, 2011, 10:38 AM
  7. Red State is available at Blockbuster tuesday


    Posted by Bill | October 17, 2011, 10:02 AM
  8. Yea, the spoiler thing is like this. If you say spoiler alert I don’t stop listening except in the case of a movie I really want to keep safe. I did skip a few minutes once when you guys were about to talk about Inception before I had seen it. But for instance at the end of Gran Tourino – I had already seen it so I don’t mind it being talked about. As long as you say spoiler alert, we are technologically capable of skipping ahead.

    Also how bout this for a show> Something like – Top 5 Scenes from Italian Mob movies.


    Posted by Brian | October 17, 2011, 12:04 AM
  9. no ding please, it makes me feel like i have to remove my seatbelt and walk around


    Posted by bruce | October 16, 2011, 12:34 PM
  10. You can absolutely discuss a movie without spoiling it. If you can’t, then you have no business talking about movies.


    Posted by NintendoJones | October 15, 2011, 4:36 PM
  11. You guys are always saying that it’s “not TV Vault” or “not TV Beat”….to which I’m forced to respond, why not? I suppose Bryan has so little time to watch movies as it is he couldn’t possibly catch up on weekly TV as well 8P, or because Anderson doesn’t feel as qualified to talk about something he didn’t study in school but it seems that since you both have such interesting things to say about some of my favorite shows it’s always a bit of a let-down when the conversation is ended midstream. All in all, I enjoy the podcast so much and hearing the takes on movies, that having a new show where TV is the focus would be absolutely fantastic. It’d allow me to do the same thing I do with this show, which is saying things like, “I heard that that movie sucked because…” or, “Someone said that was great…”. It adds a certain credibility, after all to have backup on your opinions about subjective things. Anyway I need more than my recommended weekly dose of Anderson and Bryan. I want to OD!


    Posted by Caleb | October 14, 2011, 5:41 PM
  12. I couldn’t care less about spoilers. Everyone just gets their panties in a bunch too easily about spoilers these days.
    If you’re listening to a podcast that’s supposed to get you more involved in the entertainment you enjoy you should expect the hosts to talk about it.

    I moved from Iowa to Hawaii 11 years ago, and while there is a little difference between summer and winter here, it doesn’t go too much farther than the days being shorter in the winter, and more rainy. The lack of seasons makes the years all flow together, you don’t get the same sense of time going by as you do when you have four definite seasons.


    Posted by Scott S | October 14, 2011, 3:56 PM
  13. So Logan got fired for messing with Dawson’s weed?


    Posted by Tom | October 14, 2011, 2:55 PM
  14. here’s an idea for spoiler alerts… why not make actual spoiler alerts in post? just insert a spoiler alert notification in the timeline of the show right before the spoiler that tells listeners how long it is and the exact time they can fast forward to in order to avoid it… ta da!


    Posted by uscrascal | October 14, 2011, 1:46 PM
  15. I disagree Pete B. If I haven’t seen the movie I don’t want to know a fragmented version of what happens in it. All I want to know is a general idea of what the plot is and the opinions of Anderson and Bryan about the movie.


    Posted by William H. | October 14, 2011, 9:58 AM
    • I agree wholeheartedly.


      Posted by Buckethead | October 14, 2011, 11:07 AM
    • Then the show should be called “Film Fragments”. I understand the argument, but let’s be honest, when was the last movie with a plot that had never been done before was created?
      Hollywood is too busy trying to push their agendas or hidden (mostly not to deeply hidden) propaganda then being original.
      Still good show.


      Posted by Pete B | October 14, 2011, 1:41 PM
      • Well if we are being “honest” then no movie plot has ever been original. Movies came too late into the game for the plots to be original. In every movie there is some sort of archetypal throw back to some story or legend. Though that isn’t really the point, the point is that this is a movie review show not a movie analysis show. Don’t get me wrong I love a good analysis of a movie but that isn’t what this show is. If you want to know what happens in a movie then go read wiki or some other place that has the entire movie in typed form. I come here to find out: whether a movie is good or bad; fun or boring; watchable or unwatchable. Not to find out what happens in a movie. Now I don’t mind spoilers as long as they warn you about them before hand so you can decide if you want to know or not.


        Posted by William H. | October 16, 2011, 12:47 PM
  16. *slight breate*

    Make your joke…


    Posted by Legendary Burro | October 14, 2011, 8:54 AM
  17. Forget the spoiler alerts. This is a podcast about movies. How can you really good into the details if you can’t really get into the details? How can Anderson do his hipster critiquing and Bryan his Transformers comparisons if you skirt around the meat of the film?
    Knock it off and dive in


    Posted by Pete B | October 14, 2011, 6:13 AM

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