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We are the fun conversation you want to have with a buddy after watching a movie! Join us as we discuss movies through quotes, drinking rules, trivia, favorite scenes, deeper meanings, and debate if they deserve a sequel. Cover art created by Kat Best. Music by Gravity Sound.
 
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Eric Schmidt of Google fame and former Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work join the show to talk about their work leading the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, which released its final report earlier this year. They tackle a huge range of questions, to include when Ryan can finally replace his editors with an algorithm. Enjo…
 
Will we remember early 2021 as a key escalatory moment in offensive cyber operations? Three top experts join us to unpack the implications of two major recent cyber operations — the SolarWinds hack attributed to Russia and the Microsoft Exchange hack by China. What does it all mean? What should the United States do? What should it have done differe…
 
We debut our first movie commentary with Scream (1996)! This was the most fun we have had recording for the podcast! Chit-chat a bit up top, list our drinking rules, watch the movie, drink, and have fun! Our starting time code is 0:07. We talk for a few minutes to establish what to expect and our official movie watching countdown starts at 9:00 min…
 
Kat subs in for Levi to review the two O.G. monster movies, The Mummy 1932 vs.1959, with Brucker! They discuss what they liked, didn't like, parallels to the 1999 movie, & provide some drinking rules! This was an "off the wall" conversation. If you'd like more monster movie reviews, let us know!
 
This is the last crosspost for Autopsy of a Horror Movie. If you like this show, please rate, review, and subscribe to Autopsy of a Horror Movie anywhere you listen to podcasts! Thank you. Welcome to the first Kill Grade for Autopsy of a Horror Movie! In this episode, Brucker looks into the kills of the aughts horror movie Final Destination (2000)!…
 
Happy Halloween! As a treat for you spooky patrons, we wanted to do something special for you. We tell some of our own spooky ghost stories. No movie talk, just us two sitting by a campfire, spooking each other. Enjoy the stories, comment below what you think, and Happy Halloween!
 
Be sure to subscribe to Autopsy of a Horror Movie anywhere you listen to podcasts! On this first episode, Brucker gets into the first horror movie he watched as a kid, House on Haunted Hill (1999)! He discusses what worked for this movie, the types of fear it plays off of, and an interpretation for the best scare of the movie. Be sure to tune in! Y…
 
This was the bonus segment from our July 2020 Talks on the Rocks (#3) episode. Brucker and Levi rank the four movies they covered in their listener request month which included The Thing, Smart House, The Big Lebowski, and Max Keeble's Big Move. A very random batch of movies, right?! This was fun to walk down memory lane and think about how recordi…
 
Thank you to EVERYONE that has been supportive of the show! It means the world to us. Please follow us on our future endeavors with Autopsy of a Horror Movie and Blue Milk Drop! Also, feel free to still reach out on our socials. Brucker will still see it and pass it along :). Blue Milk Drop Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/bluemilkdrop/Blue Milk …
 
After four...strange years, what can we expect from the Biden administration on the intelligence front? From key appointments to the strategic context, from insurrection to counter-intelligence, our guests have you covered. Carmen Medina, David Priess, and Mark Stout join Ryan for this episode
 
On this episode, we continue our discussion with Ethan of the Uncultured Opinions Podcast to do a TV Show Draft! At the end, we also discuss some honorable mentions! And before I get the tweets, I know the show is called Mindhunter and not Mindhunters...my bad. The Uncultured Opinions Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/2tai3FV3MrX2hoS0C7LawC?si…
 
On this Talks on the Rocks, we are joined by Ethan of The Uncultured Opinions Podcast to discuss and rank the four movies we covered this month and their franchises! Some of us are not on the same page in terms of where these franchises rank but it makes for a fun discussion! Be sure to tune in! Movies/Franchises Ranked: Raiders of the Lost Ark (19…
 
On this prehistoric episode of Film on the Rocks, we dig deep into the dino classic, Jurassic Park (1993)! We reminisce on the childhood impact of this movie, speculate who we relate to the most, share our drinking rules, and pick apart each other's sequel pitch. Be sure to tune in and let us know what you think! Be sure to email us (fotrpodcast@gm…
 
On this fun episode, we venture out to sea to discuss Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)! We were joined by Johnathan (Rose) and Caleb of The All Bro's movie podcast! We get into our opinions, hot takes on Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley, the magical run that Disney had in 2003, drinking rules, favorite scenes, and sequ…
 
For many people, terms like “piracy,” “stowaway,” and “kidnapped” conjure up romantic visions influenced by the literature of Robert Louis Stevenson or C.S. Forester. But as this episode’s guests tell us, these terms actually have deadly serious meanings without much romance and with a great deal of grim reality to them. Doyle Hodges, executive edi…
 
On this special episode of Film on the Rocks, we head out to a galaxy far, far away to discuss Star Wars IV: A New Hope (1977)! We discuss how this movie influenced us, how important John Williams was to the success of this movie, our drinking rules, and ask: How would this movie be remembered if we never got other Star Wars movies? Be sure to tune…
 
Rebecca Lissner, Mira Rapp-Hooper, and Stephen Wertheim join Doyle Hodges, executive editor of the Texas National Security Review, to share their views on American foreign policy and international order. They have recently published two books on the subject: An Open World: How America Can Win the Contest for Twenty First Century Order, by Rebecca a…
 
On this adventurous episode, we dig into the very fun movie that is the brainchild of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)! We get into the backstory of how the team-up of Spielberg and Lucas was made, the first time we saw this movie, misadventures with college professors, and our drinking rules! Be sure to tune in and…
 
The successful military is the one that adapts and innovates. Dave Barno, Nora Benhahel, and Frank Hoffman join Ryan to talk about how the U.S. military changes, or fails to do so. They have two new books on the subject between them: Adaptation under Fire: How Militaries Change in Wartime, by Dave and Nora is out now. And Mars Adapting: Military Ch…
 
We debut our first TV show commentary with The Mandalorian: S1E1 "The Mandalorian"! A bit different from our last drink along, as Star Wars enthusiasts we get a little more serious for this space Western. We chit-chat a bit up top, list our drinking rules, remind everyone of our drinking wager, watch the TV show, drink, and have fun! Our starting t…
 
In this episode, two members of Congress from two sides of the aisle came together to deliver a message of consensus on the future of the American military. And they did so on the eve of the most contentious presidential election in living memory. Looking for an escape from the drama? Interested in the revolutionary steps the United States needs to…
 
New Patreon Exclusive! This is the way..to hear our reaction to The Mandalorian Season 2 debut! The anticipation that went into recording this episode was well worth the wait. We give our initial reactions, update everyone on our drinking wager set in The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer reaction episode, discuss our favorite scenes, and make bold pred…
 
Happy Halloween! On this special episode, we are joined by Frankie and Scott of the movie podcast Shoot the Flick! They helped us rank the four movies we covered in October, read letters from Dustin, Katie, and John, and we have a horror movie draft! This episode was a ton of fun so be sure to tune in! Shoot the Flick: https://podcasts.apple.com/us…
 
A Most Terrible Weapon is a podcast about the dawn of the nuclear age, hosted by Usha Sahay and produced by War on the Rocks, with support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. In each episode, Usha takes listeners on a journey into the early years of the Cold War, telling stories about the…
 
We cap off our October movie Halloween festivities with none other than Halloween (1978)! We discuss Nate's first time watching this movie, Michael Myers's driving style, balling on a budget as a movie director, our stories of this movie's nighttime effects on us right after watching, and our drinking rules! Be sure to tune in and follow us on Twit…
 
We continue our Halloween festivities with a quintessential October movie, Hocus Pocus (1993)! We discuss how nostalgic this movie is for us, the great texture this movie has, numerous trivia tidbits, the fun story of how this movie got put into production, and our drinking rules! Be sure to tune in and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for a shou…
 
New Patreon Exclusive! Our first movie commentary is available now on our Patreon! This was SO much fun. Probably the most fun we’ve had recording for this podcast! We chit-chat for a few minutes, establish which drinking rules we will be playing with, and have a ball watching Scream (1996). You can absolutely listen to this just like you would any…
 
This episode was recorded in August 2020 and the full episode is available @ https://www.patreon.com/filmontherocks This is a bonus segment to catch up with our new (old) co-host Nate on the happenings with Film on the Rocks! We rank the movies from our original four episodes The Sandlot, Spider-Man, Scream, and Mean Girls. We discuss the two lost …
 
On this spooktacular episode, we are joined by Aurelien of the Spooky Sisters Book Club podcast to talk about Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow (1999)! This movie has the perfect atmosphere for the Spooky Season! Aurelien shares what she likes about the horror genre, Nate describes his visit to Sleepy Hollow from last year, and Brucker reveals how haunted…
 
On this episode, we were lucky enough to be joined by Karah from the Frightening Ass Film Fest to discuss The Cabin in the Woods (2011)! We all get into how fun this dark comedy is, pick our favorite monsters, dig into the male gaze theory, discuss why Brucker and Karah love horror movies, and debate prequels. Be sure to tune in! Get your Frighteni…
 
On this episode, we discuss S2E11...at least according to Disney Plus (haters will say S2E13)...of the Disney Channel show, Even Stevens: "A Very Scary Story". We give our drinking rules, break down the episode, talk about our Middle School (aka Junior High) Halloween costumes, Nate tries out a new nickname for Brucker (you decide if it works), and…
 
On this episode, we celebrate our one year anniversary as a podcast with the Netflix original, Enola Holmes (2020)! We discuss how fun this movie is, how Millie Bobby Brown got this movie into production, its message of feminism, deciding your own path, and how charming the whole movie is. We also announce our Shudder contest winners and read a lis…
 
On this episode, we cover a movie that we don't like too much...it's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)! Thank you to our Patron, Katie of The Haunted Outfit, for requesting this movie. We get into where we think this movie went wrong. What the fuck was Lex's plot? Do you normally take a bath with items that are giving you problems? We get i…
 
On this episode, Nate and Brucker jump on the air for an emergency broadcast to react to the highly anticipated, newly released trailer of The Mandalorian Season 2! This was the flagship show for the Disney+ launch in November 2019 and immediately became the hottest show to stream. We dive into our personal reactions, bold predictions, our "wants",…
 
On this episode, Nate and Brucker dive into an episode of a little TV show you may have heard of called Seinfeld! This is a very popular episode, at least to us it is. This episode includes the infamous "magic loogie" theory and the very import quote "you gotta see the baby, Jerry!". This was a total blast to watch and Nate is a little hungover fro…
 
On this episode of FOTR: TV Specials, we discuss S1E2 of the Disney Channel show, Lizzie McGuire: "Picture Day". We give our drinking rules, breakdown the episode, tell the story of why Lizzie McGuire is important to our friendship, us playing hooky, and Nate's worst picture day. Lizzie McGuire was created by Terri Minsky and starred Hilary Duff, L…
 
On this Talks on the Rocks, we share some special show announcements, rank the four August movies (School of Rock, The Mummy, The Faculty, & Twister), read from our mailbag, give our movie recommendations, and discuss our most disappointing movie experiences! We also share some personal stories on how we all met each other. Find us on Twitter, Inst…
 
As a part of our exploration of national security learning, we had Joan Johnson-Freese of the Naval War College and Mark Conversino of Air University on the show. Tune into this rich and wide-ranging conversation on what's right and wrong with professional military education in the Navy and Air Force.…
 
Look out for the suck zone! On this episode, Nate makes his movie-episode return to discuss Twister! We get into the drinking rules, how well the tornadoes held up, Nate's nitpicks, how Jo could have used some support, how the twisters had a vendetta against the storm chasing squad, and sequel talk! Find us on Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, Letterboxd…
 
On this exciting episode, Brucker and Rachel discuss the very 90's sci-fi-horror, The Faculty (1998)! We get into drinking rules, side tangents on high school experiences, how this stacks up against other Kevin Williamson's scripts, how amazing it is that Shooter McGavin is in this movie, our favorite scenes (basically the whole movie), and debate …
 
David McCormick, the CEO of Bridgewater Associates — the world's largest hedge fund, dropped in on the pod to talk about how the United States can prepare itself to compete in a new era in which, more than ever, economic security is national security. Speaking from decades of experience at the highest levels of industry and government, McCormick la…
 
On this episode, we were lucky enough to have been joined by Aurelien of Spooky Sisters Book Club to discuss The Mummy (1999)! We all get into how awesome this movie is, how Brendan Fraser was perfectly cast as Rick O'Connell, how terrible the Tom Cruise The Mummy was, how you will be drinking for spooky wind, and we debate sequels! Find us on Twit…
 
Undersecretary of the Army James E. McPherson chats with Ryan about how the Army is coping with COVID-19 — starting with the recruitment pipeline — and the challenges of modernization. He also tells us about his military journey: Jim started as a young man in the Army then later joined the Navy, and he retired as judge advocate general of that serv…
 
On this episode, we go back to school to discuss the Jack Black film School of Rock (2003)! We each talk about cool teachers from our past, forgotten assignments, how you'll drink every time a band's name is mention, how this movie is about exclusion and balance, and we debate sequels! This episode is sponsored by Supporti! Head to https://www.gets…
 
On this bonus episode, we rank our July movies including Get Out, Inside Man, Remember the Titans, and The Losers. We also read submitted questions, give our movie recommendations, and pick out the next four movies we will cover in August. This was a fun conversation and we were asked some great questions! Thank you, Aurelien (Spooky Sisters Book C…
 
We wrap up our July series celebrating black creatives in film with Sylvain White’s incredibly fun and hilarious action flick, The Losers! We discuss how Sylvain White was the right man for the job, how awesome Zoe Saldana and Chris Evans were in this, how you’ll be drinking for each location card, and debate sequels! Find us on Twitter, Instagram,…
 
We continue our month of celebrating black creatives in film with Remember the Titans! We are joined by Danny of the Illest Podcast So Far to discuss this movie. We discuss football, how relatable this movie is to Danny, our own experiences playing sports in school, how you will be drinking every time there is singing, our favorite scenes, and whet…
 
In this episode, Doyle Hodges, executive editor of the Texas National Security Review, chats wth three authors of recent fiction related to military security that explores questions of how technology, society, and the distance between people and violence affects our conception of war and security. Hodges is joined by Linda Nagata, author of The Las…
 
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