Quadrant สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
T
The Queer Quadrant

1
The Queer Quadrant

The Queer Quadrant

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายสัปดาห์
 
Four-quadrant films are movies designed to appeal to the biggest, widest audience possible. In the process, they can often leave out a lot of LGBTQ+ representation – but end up loaded with subtext. In The Queer Quadrant, hosts Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafson examine cinema in all its cultural contexts, and explore why your favorite four-quadrant blockbuster is maybe…not as straight as you think it is.
 
T
The Lux Quadrant

1
The Lux Quadrant

Aletheia M.

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน+
 
This is an open invitation to all Luminous Listeners. I am Aletheia M. I will be your host and starguide. The Lux Quadrant (TLQ) is a podcast that explores the nature of reality. It illuminates the space of languages, forms, symbols and philosophies of both modern and ancient civilizations. This is a contemplation of the cosmos. From the microcosm to the macrocosm, this journey is an audible adventure trekking the fascinating world of the Anima Mundi and Modus Operandi. Lux is a unit of illu ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Emily St. James (Vox, "Arden") for the Wachowskis' sprawling 2012 epic. Topics covered this week include: pervasive queerness through themes of revolution, the power of art, Emily's incredible scripted podcast, Old Georgie's top hat, the Showtime series "Yellowjackets," "Happiest Season" discourse, and Kaylor conspir…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Morgan M Page ("One From the Vaults") for a whole month on the films of Lilly and Lana Wachowski, starting with 1999's seminal sci-fi. They chat everything from this film's extensive trans allegories to leather in rain to the sneaky inclusion of bondage clubs to the deep lore of the Matrix sequels. Plus Brooke battle…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Bobby Finger (Who? Weekly) to close out the holiday season with 2020's much-discussed Christmas rom-com. They talk this film's queer influences both behind and in front of the camera, international appeal, small town charm, all the elements needed for a certified Christmas classic, and who Kristen Stewart really shou…
 
Jordan and Brooke continue the holiday spirit with a cozy, nostalgic trip to Massachusetts for Greta Gerwig's 2019 version of "Little Women." Is this actually the smartest adaptation ever put to screen? Are Louisa May Alcott and Jo March maybe gay icons? How salty is everyone about the numerous Oscars snubs? Plus some classic title sequences, New E…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined producer, poet, friend of the pod Liza Wagner to kick off the holiday season with 2015's raunchiest wholesome comedy. They talk favoirte holiday traditions new and old, Seth Rogen's on-screen bicuriousity, the perks of tender male friendship, and absolute king Michael Shannon. Plus, the return/introduction of…CINEMA DRI…
 
Jordan and Brooke hit the vampire world again with a special double bill of both this original Swedish film and the American remake. Tune in for our fave comfort horror films, falling in love with monsters, common threads in American remakes, and some bonus predictions for the "Wicked" movie (of course). Follow us on Twitter! This episode is sponso…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer and friend of the pod Phil Tice for 1969's romantic comedy, er, serious Western. Pick your poison: Newman or Redford? How many classic character actors can you pack into one film? Why did critics originally pan this masterpiece? And do we think the boys secretly escape to Australia and start a life together? (…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Trace Thurman and Joe Lipsett (Horror Queers) for a great entry in 1999's iconic year of cinema. The gang opens their scandalous leather bound journals to discuss the enduring imagery of coke rosaries, lingerie girlboss fashion, unintentional queer awakenings, and a full dissection of the new "Gossip Girl" reboot. Fo…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Cate Young (Thirty, Flirty + Film) to discuss 2013's twisty sexy thriller. It's the epitome of a "be gay do crime" movie, a great example of why you should always cast hot people and never put Channing Tatum in a fedora, Soderbergh's fake retirement film, and an all around blast of a plot. Follow us on Twitter! Follo…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer Valerie Faye to discuss 1980's erotic slasher. Is De Palma king of the "go to horny jail" kingdom? How does this villain's on-screen portrayal read today? (Spoiler alert: very complicated). And how much do we loveeee all of Nancy Allen's outfits? Follow us on Twitter! Follow Valerie on Twitter! And find "We Ne…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by past guest and writer Reyna Cervantes (Fangoria, Bloody Disgusting) to discuss 2018's unforgettable horror. They dive into Ari Aster's themes of gender, family, and religion, memorable horror trailers, some Academy inside baseball, and a truly iconic story from Reyna about her first viewing of this film. Follow us on…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by past guest and friend of the pod Arden Jurskis to discuss 2004's extremely progressive (and extremely violent) gender-based slasher. Listen in as Brooke geeks out over "Bound" references, Jordan comes to terms with his fear of Chucky dolls, and Arden gives their manifesto on the enduring queerness of this franchise. …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by comedian Avery Edison to discuss 1991's seminal horror. They talk the complicated legacy of this film and how it affected future on-screen representation, attempt some Dr. Lecter impressions, and prove (once again) why NBC Hannibal is the best show to ever grace our airwaves. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com…
 
On the weekend of its release, Jordan and Brooke let the symbiotes in and discuss this actually amazing sequel – including Tom Hardy's "story by" credit, Woddy Harrelson's hair choices, favorite breakup movies, and Venom's coming out party (no, really). Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant…
 
Jordan and Brooke dig into the greatest romantic comedy of our time, a story of worlds colliding, of enemies to lovers...they're talking, of course, about 2018's "Venom!" They discuss the wild fandom that's sprung up around this movie, Tom Hardy's total commitment, Venom's history on-screen (certified queer icon?), and some "Best Kiss" selects from…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Sloane Steele and Zach Mellen (Mummy Dearest) to discuss 1997's satirical cult classic. This episode has everything: plenty of Verhoeven praise, analysis of military propaganda, co-ed shower scene thirst, and a riveting discussion on bug slime. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant Follow Mummy Dear…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Emma Stefansky (Thrillist) to discuss 2010's dream heist! They dig into the rich tradition of fan fiction (which Jordan will be converted to one day), what they'd use for a dream totem, the beauty of practical effects, and why Tom Hardy might actually be too sexy to lead a film. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Rachel LaBonte (ScreenRant) to discuss 2014's awards-y biopic. How deranged were the 2015 Oscars? Did the Cumberbitches (Cumberbatch fans) turn out for this film? What is the definitive best Keira Knightley roles? And will Brooke ever get through an episode without invoking Tumblr? Follow us on Twitter! https://twitt…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by director and film critic Noah Levine to discuss 1987's cult classic. There's a lot to cover, including the breakdown of the American nuclear family, leather and earring politics, Chinese food, and what monster is actually, historically, the sexiest. Plus, the politics of glittery vampires...is there plagiarism at pla…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by culture writer Marya E. Gates to discuss 1959's game-changing Biblical epic (in which the Bible is like...a C plot?). They talk cast! Budget! Epic production! As well as some super shady drama including screenwriter Gore Vidal reading Charlton Heston for filth in the press, obvious gay subtext that miraculously flew …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by film writer Iana Murray to discuss 2010's masterclass in filmmaking, "The Social Network!" They unpack how this is secretly one of our best break-up movies, how great it is when talented people make films together, 2011 Oscars highs and lows, Andrew Garfield love, and the career of Jessica Chastain (for some reason).…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by entertainment writer Carrie Wittmer to discuss 2000's girlboss extravaganza. How did this movie achieve queer classic status? Does McG actually understand what camp is? What is up with everything about Crispin Glover? And when are we getting the Cameron Diaz renaissance? Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Quee…
 
Jordan and Brooke kick off August with friend of the pod Emily Kramer to discuss 2006's auteur masterpiece, "High School Musical 2." Discover why this film is such a touchstone for queer 2000s kids, the politics of dancing (and baseball), Zac Efron's wild career choices, hat rankings, and why this entire series should really be in the Criterion Col…
 
Jordan and Brooke celebrate one whole year (!!!) of the podcast with 2010's horror classic (and Brooke's favorite movie of all time). They talk Portman! Aronofsky! Libatique! Kunis! As well as traumatic movie going experiences, sexual awakenings, horror in awards season, and a one year retrospective for all the lovely listeners <3 Follow us on Twit…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by sibling of the pod Abbe Blatchford to discuss 1953's fabulous movie musical. They chat the film's sneaky bisexual themes, Howard Hawks' legendary career, and absolute fashion serves. Also, Abbe exposes Jordan for some old film opinions, and Brooke unsuccessfully tries to push the Gilmore Girls agenda. Follow us on Tw…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Trevor Howell (The Old Kids Movies) to discuss 2017's superhero film and 90 minute advertisement that is actually...a masterpiece? Marvel at just how much Batman/Joker content makes it on-screen, rom-com undertones, Batfamily wholesomeness, and the IP craze done right for once. Plus there's a tangent on "A Master Bui…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer Brianna Zigler to discuss 2007's hyper masc, hyper CGI, blockbuster extravaganza. How is one film simultaneously so gay and so homophobic? What's up with all the narration? Is Lena Headey just cosplaying Keira Knightly in this? And how do we get our hands on Zack Snyder's supposed secret Alexander the Great sc…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Scott Wampler and Eric Vespe (The Kingcast) to discuss 1986's coming of age classic. They dive into the crushing nature of childhood nostalgia, the days when you could actually go outside, very close "friendships," Bryan Fuller, HBO programming, and the merits of mailbox baseball. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitte…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by writer and critic Ella Kemp to discuss 2020's underseen (but incredible!) true story of corruption. They discuss the festival circuit and distribution model for this film, what makes a stellar adapted screenplay, centering nuanced queer characters, dope needle drops, and personal favorite pastrami sandwiches. Follow …
 
It's a mega-sized ep for a mega-sized movie as Jordan and Brooke are joined by filmmaker Patrick Willems to discuss Michael Mann's 1995 cops and robbers epic. There's a deep bench of character actors, a thesis on the aching loneliness of LA, and an argument that this movie is secretly a gay rom-com (Letterboxd agrees). Plus tangents on everything f…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Jordan Crucchiola (Disaster Girls, Aughtsterion, A Simple Podcast) to discuss 2000's seminal teen hit. They cheer, win, do some spirit fingers, and discuss the marginalized voices highlighted by this film as well as the deep cultural context of 1990s and 2000s politics...all in just two hours! Other topics include: P…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Reyna Cervantes and Kaila Ren (Horror in Session) to discuss 2000's scorching satire on classism and toxic masculinity. But is Patrick Bateman critical of others, or really just himself? What did early castings for this movie look like? Who really has the best business card? And is it ACTUALLY hip to be square? Follo…
 
The pod dives into 2007's jam-packed, stylized actioner this week in a quick little episode that's really more about "The Favourite," politics of the 2017 Oscars, Janelle Monae's film career, and what this movie might be like in all five senses. Also, lesbian assassins? We have to stan! Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrant…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by guest Derek Aiello to discuss 2004's sword and sandals epic that has the AUDACITY to make Achilles straight. They talk swordfights, bad dye jobs, recent romantic interpretations of the Iliad, and glaring historical inaccuracies – along with favorite Greek heroes, love for the short-lived series "Young Hercules," and …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Mike Dineen (Rainbow Road) to talk Saban's 2017 superpowered outing. It's morphin' time as we discuss the benefits of casual representation, the wild history of Power Rangers live action, Bryan Cranston's post "Breaking Bad" career, and, of course, what goes down at Krispy Kreme. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Travis Ryans (Rainbow Road) to talk this 1962 classic, where on screen rivalry was only matched by an absolutely wild behind the scenes diva feud. Learn why this movie has endured as a queer classic, debate who REALLY should have won the Oscar, and enjoy Jordan and Brooke apologizing to Ryan Murphy of "Feud: Bette an…
 
This week, the pod goes to prom!! They have many questions about Ryan Murphy's 2020 musical...like, why is this film's view of queerness so misguided? Why is the casting so hit or miss? And how did they solve homophobia through the power of song? Plus, a nice tangent on Jordan and Brooke's various promposals. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.c…
 
Jordan and Brooke round out Chatting Channing 2021 with 2011's major flop (but secretly good movie). There's homoerotic wound bandaging! There's homoerotic forearm clasping! There's a secret buddy comedy set-up in the last 30 seconds! Also, more Jamie Bell appreciation, accent discussion, final Tatum thoughts, and a quick dive in the wonderful worl…
 
Jordan and Brooke charge ahead through Chatting Channing 2021 with guest Fran Hoepfner (Bright Wall/Dark Room) to talk 2014's uber-meta sequel. Come for the self-depreciating jokes; stay for ideal undercover gigs, "meat cutes," Channing Tatum ending homophobia with a head-butt, and a detailed analysis of the "Don Jon" trailer. Follow us on Twitter!…
 
Jordan and Brooke continue Chatting Channing 2021 with guest Olivia Craighead (Iconography), as they dig into 2015's extra EXTRA large sequel. This episode has everything: Backstreet Boys love, Channing Tatum Oscar campaign pitches, ideal stripper songs, and a very intense cake vs. cookies debate. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuad…
 
Emile Mosseri joins the Four Quadrant Podcast to discuss his Oscar-nominated score for Minari and the last-minute story behind the two songs he composed for the film.For the latest entertainment news and the best reviews visit www.ThePlaylist.net.Follow the Four Quadrant Podcast on Instagram at www.instagram.com/fourquadrantpodcastFollow Gregory El…
 
Welcome to our first episode of Chatting Channing 2021! Jordan and Brooke are joined by Hannah Strong (Little White Lies) to discuss 2012's deeply sad and intimate film analyzing the financial crisis (that also includes some stripping). They touch on Channing Tatum's actor origins, all things Soderbergh, physically impossible dance moves, and the p…
 
Billy Magnussen joins the Four Quadrant Podcast to discuss his new critically acclaimed HBO Max series Made For Love and his role in the new James Bond film No Time To Die and the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark.For the latest entertainment news and the best reviews visit www.ThePlaylist.net.Follow the Four Quadrant Podcast on Instagram …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Erik Anderson (AwardsWatch) for a special double bill episode to compare these recent musical biopics. They chat the awards sway that a huge global box office can have, behind the scenes trials and tribulations, performances good and bad, killer soundtracks, and a Jamie Bell appreciation corner. Follow us on Twitter!…
 
Oscar-winning directors Daniel Lindsay and T. J. Martin join the Four Quadrant Podcast to discuss their critically acclaimed new film Tina, a new look at the life of legendary music superstar Tina Turner.For the latest entertainment news and the best reviews visit www.ThePlaylist.net.Follow the Four Quadrant Podcast on Instagram at www.instagram.co…
 
On the weekend of its release, Jordan and Brooke #ReleaseTheSnyderCut and discuss auteur theory, godly battles, cornfield aesthetics, and the fact that we do, of course, live in a society. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuadrantโดย The Queer Quadrant
 
To prepare for #TheSnyderCut, Jordan and Brooke dig into 2016's controversial blockbuster. Why do these men feel the need to punch out their feelings? What is the actual point of Lex Luthor's evil plan? Why is Zack Snyder's career so heavy on the homoerotic subtext? And the most pressing question of all – does Brooke give off horse girl energy? Fol…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Kyra Kaufer and Adam Sirdoreus (The Zillennial Canon) to talk 2007's much-memed superhero movie. They discuss how this trilogy influenced the state of Marvel as we know it, casting choices both good and bad, Venom, Sandman, villains galore, and why Peter, Harry and MJ should forget the love triangle and just go full …
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Ang Ferraguto to discuss this film from 2006, a year with TWO magic-based blockbusters. But are Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman just playing slightly unhinged versions of themselves? Did Nolan give us two dead wives for the price of one? Is this film secretly one big bisexuality metaphor? And how many Michael Caine i…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Kayla Phaneuf and Noah Huizenga (Secondhand Film Critics) to discuss this 1989 classic and CARPE DIEM! They unpack the importance of teaching humanities, Robin William's career, the inherent homoeroticism of New England academia, and Kayla's short lived theatrical rap career. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com…
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login