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A film discussion podcast from Trevor T. Trujillo and Matt Foster, film critics on the Hello Sweetie Podcast Network. Join Matt and Trevor at the Nighthawks cafe as they sit down and talk film. It's like hanging out with your friends for coffee... except your friends are really chatty and can't hear or acknowledge you.
 
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The Nighthawks' time is nighttime, and nighttime is NOW! Welcome to: MONSTOBERFEST 2021 aka MonstoberGUEST For this episode, writer and renaissance man podcaster, T.C. De Witt stops by the conceptual diner to discuss his contribution to the lovingly created and crowdfunded Friday the 13th Vengeance. A not-for-profit fan film that dares to build on …
 
Every sunset must have its twilight, and as Indiana Jones left into the sunset in 1989 and in the 2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull we pick him up in his twilight. As easy a target as Harrison Ford's age is, 19 years after the previous entry in the franchise, the actor shows that he still has what it takes to punch fascists, q…
 
The third time is the charm and we're getting the family involved. From the legendary minds of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas comes the third chapter of the Indiana Jones saga, and subsequently the third episode in the Nighthawks Indiana Jones Special! In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade; our titular relic hunting archeologist is on the trail …
 
The boys are back in town. The boys being The Nighthawks and that unflappable archeologist and relic hunter Indiana Jones. Tonight the boys discuss Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom! In this prequel to Raiders of the Lost Ark, the titular Indiana Jones finds himself with Girl Friday Willie Scott and a plucky Chinese orphan as he embarks into the…
 
For this episode, and the next several episodes, the Nighthawks Podcast embarks on a great quest that started in 1981. At the end of the 20th century, the world was introduced to a swashbuckling mid-century hero. Archeologist by day, relic-hunter and Nazi puncher by night. Harrison Ford stars as Indiana Jones whose first adventure started for the L…
 
What have you been watching lately? With the Nighthawks gearing up for some special episodes over the summer, they decided to lead off with a whole episode devoted to the latest movies in Matt and Trevor's queue and some of the latest movies to hit theaters! Discussed in this episode: The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Raya and the Last Dragon, Those …
 
A 1950s Drive-In Classic starring Steve McQueen becomes a sloppy and violent 1980s practical effects slime-fest when it comes to the amorphous THE BLOB. Originally pitched as an episode covering the 1988 The Blob only, the Nighthawks both watched the 1958 The Blob for the first time, doing homework for this episode, and they can’t help but talk abo…
 
A jolly old eccentric billionaire has created the world's most astounding theme park, filled with living, breathing, roaring, snorting dinosaurs. It's the movie that brought Dinosaurs into the modern age, and brought mainstream Hollywood films into the CGI age. Now nearly 30 years old, Jurassic Park is a film that captured the attention and the ima…
 
The announcement of the Nighthawks 2nd annual Oscar pool is now... and none of our hosts won. Meanwhile it's the button-down discussion of the 2021 Oscar results. Some surprises, some upsets, some bad calls, some good plays. Discussed are the films Nomadland, My Octopus Teacher, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Minari, Promising Young Woman, and many othe…
 
It's that time of year again, for the glitz, the glamor, the pomp, the circumstance, the ceremony, the reaction shots from Meryl Streep... It's time for the 93rd Annual Academy Awards, otherwise known as The Oscars, hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In the Nighthawks Cafe is Oscar Czar Cameron Maris, breaking the nominees d…
 
It's the title bout that you've been waiting for (since 1963). One is a giant killer man-eating gorilla with a heart of gold. One is a radioactive gila monster that is driven by unstoppable instinct. This is Godzilla vs. Kong. This is Lizard vs. Monke. Kong has been living larger, older, and grayer in captivity since 'Nam, and is held by the Kaiju …
 
The big news around the movie sphere is probably the release of the sought after, one time fabled, now real, Snyder Cut of WB's JUSTICE LEAGUE film, on HBOMax. Matt and Trevor are still digesting "The Snyder Cut," but they recorded this episode for you to release in the meantime. While y'all are talking about Justice League, we're spotlighting a mo…
 
On the back of our discussion of Citizen Kane comes the discussion of a movie made nearly 80 years after Citizen Kane, about the making of Citizen Kane. Mank is the 2020 offering from director David Fincher, exploring the troubled and complex person that was Herman J. Mankiewicz. A man who would be the writer of a movie that man consider the best A…
 
God and devil Sinner and Saint Communist and fascist Charles Foster Kane is many things to many people. And the world got to know him in 1941 when the Freshman film of Orson Welles hit a limited number of screens, but still managed to snag multiple Oscar nominations and one win. Citizen Kane is the portrait of a man, as painted by the people who kn…
 
Yeah, what can we say about 2020 that isn't echoing off the walls of every living room in the United States right now? The best we can offer is some recommendations of new and upcoming films that we caught during our year in quarantine. Featured in this episode: Bill and Ted Face the Music The Invisible Man The Stylist The Vice Guide to Bigfoot The…
 
There are ways in which mogwai and gremlins are like The Nighthawks, and ways in which they are unalike. For example: “Keep them out of bright light, especially sunlight. It will kill them.” This applies to both Nighthawks and the mogwai/gremlin population. “Don’t feed them after midnight.” This applies to mogwai, but not to Nighthawks. The Nightha…
 
Feeling that itch for more in the vein of Star Wars: The Mandalorian? Look no further, allow us to present: Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance. A Japanese film from 1972 that kicked off a six movie franchise, and was the first screen adaptation of the Lone Wolf and Cub manga by writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima. Matt and Trevor watched…
 
The Nighthawks have brought you space vampires and space demons in 2020, but what is space the most famous for? It is the dwelling of the ALIEN. The seminal outer space horror movie from 1979 is the movie that launched, not only its own franchises, but launched several imitators and franchises throughout the last 40 years. Sigourney Weaver is Lt. E…
 
Off we go, in the the black empty void of space. Trevor and Matt's second foray into 2020's MONSTOBERFEST IN SPACE takes them to the outer rim of the Solar System, and in orbit around Neptune. Elite space explorers and a radical scientist team up to investigate the derelict spaceship, Event Horizon, which has been missing for seven years. The faste…
 
Content advisory: This film discusses the 1985 film named Lifeforce, not the 1986 video game Life Force (aka Salamander). Given the nature of the internet we felt it best to disclaim in advance. The horror comes from beyond the stars for MONSTOBERFEST IN SPACE, the celebration of horror movies that have a basis in the cosmos. During an Earth passby…
 
Gather ye 'round, children, and we'll weave ye' a tale. From the Highlands of Scotland where the breeze kisses the heather, and Liam Neeson kisses Jessica Lange under an upright boulder. Matt and Trevor order off menu for a steaming plate of haggis to discuss Rob Roy, the other Scottish period film from 1995, and one that contains 100% less Mel Gib…
 
"An unexamined life is not worth living." -Socrates "The best place to be is here. The best time to be is now." -Wyld Stallyns "Bake 40 to 45 minutes or just until brownies begin to pull away from sides of pan. Cool completely in pan on cooling rack." -Betty Crocker Wisdom comes in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it's from history's greatest philos…
 
Ol' Matt and Trevor Did Dare to Endeavor To watch a film by Frank Marshall Along Came Some Spiders And they were venomous biters To this Amblin Thrillomedy we're partial It's the late Frank Marshall's directorial debut: Arachnophobia. Produced by Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy, the movie was branded as (god only knows why) a "Thrillomedy," s…
 
This Episode of the Nighthawks Podcast is not censored for profanity or content. Listener discretion is advised. Nighthawks Diner special Guest Host Terry Fleming drops in to talk to Matt about a movie they've been familiar with since they were young. Trevor, on the other hand, is watching this John Singleton 1991 classic for the first time. Today …
 
It's one of those magical times when the late Tony Scott crossed paths with the legendary Denzel Washington. Believe it or not, Trevor watched this movie for the FIRST time, specifically for this episode. Would the kidnapping revenge thriller hold up to nearly 25 years of build up? Matt saw this in a timely manner and has been a fan. No question ab…
 
Good evening to the denizens of the Nighthawks diner. We are pleased to report that as the world finds itself in a nightmare absurdist dystopia of COVID-19, the streets around the conceptual Nighthawks diner are a little safer from crime. Actress, producer, comedian, stunt performer, and all-around-entertainment-engine Katie Mae Peters pulls up a s…
 
It's that time of year, and with the calendar coincidence, we couldn't turn down another pass at a 4/20 marijuana-themed episode. This year is 2020 so 4/20 gets two extra 20s, and we're assured that means we get to consume more marijuana than normal 4/20, and we get to celebrate longer because all month is 4/20. The mysteries of this holiday are ma…
 
Credits: Mark Ball (Podcaster- Doing the Nasty, Action Figure Photographer Chris Bucheit (Chef, Musician- Middle Class Joe) Susan Burke (Comedian, actor, director, writer- Southbound, Stan Against Evil) C. Robert Cargill (Novelist, podcaster, writer- Marvel’s Doctor Strange, Sinister) Rebecca Frost (Podcaster, critic) Steven DeGennaro (Podcaster, w…
 
It was bound to happen sooner or later and a collision of streaming coincidence allowed us to get this done in our first hundred episodes. Matt is an old aficionado of the Robert B. Parker Spenser novels, a fan of the television series Spenser: For Hire, and he has strong opinions about the made-for-TV Spenser movies from the 90s and early aughts. …
 
Welcome to the 80s! Tortoiseshell glasses, with smoky lenses, Texas tech impresarios and Silicon Valley Dudes programing the latest hit video games. As technology began to explode into the American home, the world struggled with how to interpret this new way of life. Inevitably the artistic medium of our times saw a pretty incredible attempt to ima…
 
It's official. South Korean Director Bong Joon Ho ties Walt Disney for the most Oscar statuettes taken home in a single night, as Parasite walks away the literal winner, and the metaphorical winner. Oscar Czar and House Musician Cameron Maris checks in with Matt and Trevor, as the Nighthawks record their first Oscar reaction episode, and what a yea…
 
A comprehensive UNCENSORED special, exploring the 92nd Annual Academy Awards Matt and Trevor have pulled Cameron out of cold storage, after an extra-long bout in the Nighthawks Diner's walk-in freezer- where he is stored between awards seasons. And to save ourselves a headache in the edit for our 3 hour episode...This episode is uncensored for prof…
 
It's a new year, and the guys in the Nighthawks diner are coming back from their holiday vacation having watched a special "Christmas Movie." No. Not Die Hard. Die Hard is soooo 1986. (Just kidding, we love you, Die Hard.) This holiday season, the boys checked in with director Harold Ramis and actors John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton, Connie Nielsen,…
 
Star Wars 1977 - 2019 Rest in Peace In episode 94 of the Nighthawks Podcast we discuss Episode IX of the Third Star Wars trilogy, and marking a future uncertain for the franchise. While opinions are starkly divided and battle lines have been drawn on social media- we humbly offer what we believe is a very mature, even-handed, and fair look at the m…
 
The boys celebrated Black Friday, not by going out and spending, but by staying in and watching a movie. Honoring the holiday, Matt and Trevor made this Friday especially Black by talking about a Black Movie. Shane Black, to be precise. The subject of Nighthawks Episodes 21 and 22 is on deck, and Matt and Trevor are talking about his 1970s period d…
 
As day breaks on this year's extended Monstoberfest coverage, we send the 2019 horror season off by taking another stab at a boss monster. And we mean "boss" both as "superlative" and "in charge." In 2015's Nighthawks Episode 3, Matt and Trevor discussed the incomparable Christopher Lee and his first turn as Dracula in 1958's DRACULA from Hammer Fi…
 
The Monster is back, baby! As things in the Nighthawks Diner are often conceptual, so goes the Gregorian Calendar. The Spawn of Monstoberfest knows no bounds! As our Monstoberfest coverage bleeds into Monstember, we want to thank you for staying with the spooky coverage. Listen, we’ll be frank. When faced with the choice of jettisoning our Monstobe…
 
It’s a Halloween Special, WITHIN A HALLOWEEN SPECIAL!!! The boys postponed the Monstoberfest action, in favor of a little Monstemberfest bleed (we’re committed to this bit). This gives us a little space to bring you: Matt, Trevor, and Mark bring you the low down from two miles up (give or take) in the beautiful mountain community of Telluride, Colo…
 
It's a Halloween Special, WITHIN A HALLOWEEN SPECIAL!!! The boys postponed the Monstoberfest action, in favor of a little Monstemberfest bleed (we're committed to this bit). This gives us a little space to bring you "The Nighthawks Telluride Horror Show '19 TelluLive (on Memorex) Halloween Special with Special Ghost-Host Fancy Mark Ball" (Trademark…
 
For the autumnal season, the Nighthawks are talking about remakes of horror movies that have been covered previously in the podcast before. First up, throwing back to Nighthawks Episode 11 (Titled Wes Craven’s Impossible Dream) Matt and Trevor chatted in the diner booth about the 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street and its meta sequel Wes Craven’s A New…
 
On the lonely highways in West Texas, a young man faces down a lone hitch hiker who is on a screaming ride to Hell. Such is the case for The Hitcher in 1986, starring C. Thomas Howell (Far Out Man, Soul Man) and the late Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner, Escape From Sobibor, Blind Fury). A film that saw a lot of change between the page and the screen, Jo…
 
Once again the curse of coincidental timing has made our planned nostalgic look at a childhood favorite, oddly timely. As was announced on August 17, 2019; Richard Williams, animator, auteur, creator, and artist died at age 86. Among Williams' credits is the film that we talk about in this episode? Part tent-pole special effects film, part period n…
 
Content Warning: Diggstown contains overt themes of racism, violence and brutal deaths of people of color, and is headlined by James Woods. Woods has been accused in relation to the #MeToo movement. The year is 1992 and the sport of boxing is enjoying a heyday in the United States. Director Michael Ritchie would take a stab at some of that boxing s…
 
Now is the time of Doom! Now is the time of revenge! Now is the time of high adventure! Or... rather, 1982 was the time of Doom, revenge, and high adventure; when relative newcomer Arnold Schwarzenegger teamed with John Milius and brought the legendary pulp hero Conan of Cimmeria to the silver screen. The R-Rated adventure epic borrowed plenty from…
 
Way back when, most of us watched a movie that scared us - but maybe at the wrong times, and about the wrong things. Then we read a story that scared us - or maybe it just filled us with premature angst? Then, someone buried that movie where the earth was sour, and now, we have a chance to watch a resurrected movie that will scare us some more…. OR…
 
In 2014 a woman facing insurmountable odds in the American legal system, published a telling memoir about the most elite poker game to hit either the East or West coasts. Molly Bloom published Molly’s Game, about her stellar achievements in the world of (mostly) legitimate underground poker. Molly’s book named some names of the many Hollywood heavy…
 
This is the end... My beautiful friend... After 11 years, Disney/Marvel takes its victory lap, bringing a huge amount of closure to a franchise that spans over 20 films since 2008. As is discussed in the episode, the twists and turns of Endgame come early in the film, and there's not much granular discussion to be had about the film, without spoile…
 
It's a Marvel prequel. Although the boys call it the first, in the episode, it's not. Where Captain America: The First Avenger took us back to World War II, Captain Marvel: The First Female Lead Marvel Hero Movie takes us back to Operation Desert Storm. Not that the Middle Eastern conflict plays heavily into the story of Carol Danvers and her fanta…
 
Happy New Year to all of the listeners of the Nighthawks Podcast. As the slow march of time slowly ticks over an arbitrary number assigned by men to account for revolutions around the sun, the boys decide to join in the festivities with a movie that starts with a New Year's Eve Celebration. According to the mythology of The Poseidon Adventure, just…
 
You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead—your next stop, the Twilight Z-Ho-Ho-Ho-ne! It is the holiday season, and as many people, both secular and spiritual, gather for feasts and get-togethe…
 
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