What up yo.
New month, new podcast Oldboy and I sat down in front of the microphones and hit record on my overpriced MacBook Pro to discuss Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, and to celebrate the cinematic achievement it is.
We then dive into Martin Scorsese’s new teaser trailer for The Irishman which dropped the previous day and teams Marty back up with Robert De Niro in a film that will be released in theaters and on Netflix come fall.
And finally to wrap it all up, I ask the question I probably should have been more careful to ask, “What did you think of the final season of Game Of Thrones”?
A great battle ensues.
I say the last season was rushed, with flashes of brilliance and laziness. I didn’t realize we were at war until I saw the look on Oldboy’s face change.
He didn’t agree with my assessment, he instead fought on behalf of D&D, hailing the series as a masterpiece…final season included.
This is a raw, uncut 120 minute podcast people…chapter 25 of The Chronicles Of Wes And Oldboy.
Title song is “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do” by The Crystal Method and Filter (1997)
Songwriters: PATRICK RICHARD MICHAEL / JORDAN KENNETH DAVID / KIRKLAND SCOTT
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Recorded on the night of the oscars in 2018, my friend Brother Sean and I celebrate Gary Oldman’s Oscar Win for his performance playing Sir Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour (2017)”…
And gush over his career.
Simply one of the finest actors to ever grace the silver screen.
The transformative alternative movement of the 1990’s wasn’t only auditory…it was visual.
Part of that landscape was Oliver Stone’s groundbreaking controversial visionary odyssey and assault on the senses …1994’s
Natural Born Killers.
“…The only thing that can kill the demon…Love.”
Here we delve into The Walking Dead ( we recorded this episode before the finale was aired) , Stranger Things Season Two & Halt And Catch Fire the final season.
Podcast 21 and 22 deal with Zack Snyder’s the Justice League… and tell the cut released theatrically of the film is not Snyder’s vision.
Voices Film & TV Podcast Chapter 20: the third and final act in our The Return Of Oldboy Set. Hope you enjoy.
Voices Film & TV Podcast Chapter 19. This is the second act of three in the “Return Of Oldboy” episode. We hope you enjoy.
The Voices Film & TV Podcast Chapter 18 : The Return Of Oldboy.
This episode is the first on I’ve divided into three acts. This is Act I
Joined by Brother Chris, Podcast Chapter 17 is a discussion on The Empire Strikes Back Vs. Return Of The Jedi.
The Podcast • Chapter 16:
Myself, Wes Candela and my brother Derek Candela tackle the 1984 Robert Redford baseball classic…Barry Levinson’s, The Natural.
Voices Film Podcast Chapter 15. I Fly Solo Here And Review The Final Season Of A&E’s Brilliant Series, Bates Motel Infused With Spoilers.
The Podcast • Chapter 14:
TV V Film
Where Were You When The Game Of Thrones Red Wedding Episode Aired?
The Podcast • Chapter 14 | War: TV V Film, The Great Films Of The 1980’s And Where Were You When Game Of Thrones “The Red Wedding” Aired?
“THIRTEEN!” 4K UHD 55″ Display, Blu-ray player & receiver review. Mr Robot, The Handmaiden & Halt And Catch Fire. LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES
The Podcast Chapter 12 • The Dark Knight Christopher Nolans’s second entry in “The Dark Knight Trilogy” Matt Candela and I break it down.
Defending Zach Snyder’s Batman V Superman. Forced to cut 30 mins from the film, see the directors cut. We won’t EVER steer you wrong.
Voices FILM Podcast • Our Top Ten Films & TV Shows From 2015 Chapter 10 | We only get to 8. That’s just how we roll yo. More to come…
The Podcast • Chapter 9:
Watching The Final Trailer For JJ Abrams
Star Wars Episode 7:
The Force Awakens
Star Wars Episode 7: This Chapter Features Oldboy & I Watching The Final Trailer For J.J. Abrams The Force Awakens. We flip out.
A journalist came out to interview the boys after St. Elmo’s Fire came out. After one night, he dubbed them “The Brat Pack”. It stuck.
The Podcast • Chapter 7:
Wes Asks The Question:
Is Quentin Tarantino Racist?
Heated and passionate discussion about racism in the works of Quintin Tarantino, specifically his screenplays for Pulp Fiction & True Romance
My Father, Albert Candela (1943-2015) Oldboy & Wes begin their journey… They take on the Francis Ford Coppola crime saga masterpiece: The Godfather.
Two weeks after the passing of my father, Oldboy and I tackle Francis Ford Coppola’s film saga The Godfather, In honor of my Pop. I love you Pop. Always.
Goodfellas has finally been remastered from the original 35mm negative on Blu-ray…and it looks glorious. Oldboy and I discuss.
In our third podcast, Oldboy and discuss The Matrix. It’s impact on cinema, pop culture, and how the world was introduced to The Wachowski’s.
Back To The Future The magic & effect it had on our childhoods and how producers of Family Ties hid the script from Michael J. Fox in fear he would leave.
It’s Evolution Baby… Voices Film & TV : The Podcast: Chapter 1 David Fincher’s Fight Club. And so it begins here. Listen along with reading.
The Chronicles Of Wes & Oldboy
A Podcast For Cinephiles
From Voices Film & TV https://voicesfilm.com
What is it:
Voices Film & TV is a blog I, Wes Candela, started 5 years ago. Based out of New York City, it was born out of pure desire to Voice my praise of the extraordinary work that exists in television and cinema.
2 years later, I, along with my brother-in-arms Oldboy, conceived:
The Chronicles Of Wes & Oldboy
This would be a podcast where we could literally voice our praise and love of all things film & television.
Filmmaker’s. Cinematographers. Actors and actresses.
In short, visual storytelling.
We are die-hard Cinephiles.
Devoted to celebrating the art of visual storytelling and expression in film, television and music. We celebrate pop culture, news, people that live with passion and realize their dreams, cultural icons… Inspirational people who live hard, and their wonderful achievements.
Leave Your Mark.
Wes Candela, 2018