We have all see those films where someone new moves in, or comes knocking at the door, or starts babysitting, or we have a torrid affair with…and they seem awfully normal. Then, as the movie unfolds, we realize they are as crazy as the day is long and need to be put down with a quickness. On this episode of The HO, we are discussing these seemingly normal psychos; what terrifies them about us and what would tip us off if we lived in the film. Also, who is our favorite movie psychopath?

Here is a list of what we also discuss on this episode of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast:

Time Segment
0 Opening | Movie and TV News
36:21 Brian's Trailer Park
41:42 Justin's Upcoming Attractions
58:02 What's This Movie | Reviews | Scott's DVDs
1:10:19 From The Outside In Topic
1:34:34 Emails | Outtakes

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Other Great HO Episodes
Ep 173 | Film To TV And Back Again
Ep 172 | Everything Is Adaptable
Classic Sci-Fi TV
Ep 171 | 2015: A Glance Ahead, A Look Behind
The Best of HO | Volume 2
The Hobbit Trilogy
The Best of HO | Volume 1
Interview with The Babadook Director Jennifer Kent
Direct download: The_Hollywood_Outsider_Ep_174_The_Insanity_of_Movie_Psychos.mp3
Category:Movie Podcast -- posted at: 4:22pm PDT
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Turning a television series into a film is never an easy task, nor is it any easier to turn a film into a TV series. So which has ultimately proven more successful? This is the basis for this week's 'From the Outside In' topic. We also throw out our own personal favorites in both iterations. 

Here is a list of what we also discuss on this episode of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast:

  • Our topic this week: Film to TV and TV to Film | What has been more successful?
  • Upcoming releases: Project Almanac, The Loft and Black or White
  • Spoiler-free review of American Sniper
  • The latest in Movie and TV News including: The truth is in here about The X-Files return, Michael Moore and his mouth continue to cause problems, Amazon is going theatrical, and more
  • Listener feedback
  • Be sure to nominate The Hollywood Outsider for this year's Podcast Awards in the category of 'Best Movies / Films' here: PodcastAwards.com
  • *Email us your thoughts on the episode to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com and be sure to join our Facebook Group

Listen and Subscribe for FREE to a new episode every Thursday of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast at:

  

Other Great HO Episodes
Ep 172 | Everything Is Adaptable
Classic Sci-Fi TV
Ep 171 | 2015: A Glance Ahead, A Look Behind
The Best of HO | Volume 2
The Hobbit Trilogy
Ep 170 | The Worst Movie Ever
The Best of HO | Volume 1
Interview with The Babadook Director Jennifer Kent
Direct download: The_Hollywood_Outsider_Ep_173.mp3
Category:Movie Podcast -- posted at: 6:49pm PDT
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Adaptations of other works are often difficult. Translating to film from a novel or a musical can be an arduous task. For this episode of our show, we look at film adaptations and what works versus what doesn't. When should filmmakers embellish and when should they remain faithful to the source material? Listen in and find out!

Here is a list of what we discuss on this episode of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast:

  • Our topic this week: Movie adaptations. What makes a film adaptation work, and what doesn't?
  • Upcoming releases: The Boy Next Door, Mortdecai, and Strange Magic
  • Spoiler-free review of Taken 3
  • The latest in Movie and TV News including: A live-action Ghost in the Shell, Ben Affleck and David Fincher remake Hitchcock, Escape From New York is getting a remake, and more
  • Listener feedback
  • Be sure to nominate The Hollywood Outsider for this year's Podcast Awards here: http://nmxlive.com/2015-lv/podcast-awards/
  • *Email us your thoughts on the episode to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com and be sure to join our Facebook Group
Time Segment
0 Opening | Movie and TV News
29:40 Justin's Upcoming Attractions
46:19 What's This Movie | Reviews | Scott's DVDs
1:09:07 From The Outside In Topic
1:43:46 Emails | Outtakes

Listen and Subscribe for FREE to a new episode every Thursday of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast at:

  

Other Great HO Episodes
Classic Sci-Fi TV
Ep 171 | 2015: A Glance Ahead, A Look Behind
The Best of HO | Volume 2
The Hobbit Trilogy
Ep 170 | The Worst Movie Ever
The Hollywood Outsider Christmas Special
Ep 169 | The Movie Trilogy
The Best of HO | Volume 1
Interview with The Babadook Director Jennifer Kent
Direct download: The_Hollywood_Outsider_Ep_172_Everything_Is_Adaptable.mp3
Category:Movie Podcast -- posted at: 8:43pm PDT
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Science Fiction is always a hefty topic here at The Hollywood Outsider, and this special episode is no different. There is no way to capture the entirety of sci-fi TV in one podcast, so join us as we discuss classic science fiction television in contrast with that which we see today. Touching on classics such as Doctor Who, The Twilight Zone, Star Trek, Quantum Leap and many others - this is one episode any sci-fi devotee will not want to miss!

Joining Scott and Aaron as they traverse throughout the tunnels of time is renowned game journalist, Marcus Beer. You may know Marcus from his work as host of 'Annoyed Gamer' on GameTrailers.com, or from his other podcast work on various outlets such as 'Weekend Confirmed' or his Doctor Who-centric podcast 'The Lonely Tardis'. Look for more in 2015 as Marcus partners up with Shane Satterfield for a new show on SIFTD.net! Keep up with Marcus on Twitter @AnnoyedGamer

The topics discussed on this episode of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast:

  • How much science do you need in your fiction?
  • Special Effects Then and Now: Do they affect your enjoyment of classic sci-fi?
  • Science Fiction TV and its cultural significance
  • TV technologies we are still waiting for
  • Favorite sci-fi shows and heroes
  • and much more!
  • *Email us your thoughts on the episode to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com and be sure to join our Facebook Group

Listen and Subscribe for FREE to a new episode every Thursday of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast at:

  

Other Great HO Episodes
Ep 171 | 2015: A Glance Ahead, A Look Behind
The Best of HO | Volume 2
The Hobbit Trilogy
Ep 170 | The Worst Movie Ever
The Hollywood Outsider Christmas Special
Ep 169 | The Movie Trilogy
The Best of HO | Volume 1
Interview with The Babadook Director Jennifer Kent
Direct download: The_Hollywood_Outsider_Classic_Sci_Fi_TV.mp3
Category:Movie Podcast -- posted at: 8:30pm PDT
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2015 Movies and TV are the topic of discussion for Episode 171 of The Hollywood Outsider Podcast! What will the upcoming year bring us? What are we most excited about? What scares us? If that isn't enough, we're also doling out The 4th Annual HO Awards! Our version of the best from last year, as well as some discussion on what went right and what went wrong for film and TV in 2014. 

Here is a list of what we discuss on this episode of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast:

  • 2015 Movies and TV Discussion
  • Listener Pick - Most Anticipated Movie of 2015
  • The 4th Annual HO Awards for Film and TV
  • Listener Picks for Favorite Movie and TV Series of 2014
  • Listener feedback
  • And much more!
  • *Email us your thoughts on the episode to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com and be sure to join our Facebook Group
Time Segment
0 Opening | 2015 Discussion
1:02:20 What's This Movie
1:03:52 The HO Awards - TV
1:34:20 The HO Awards - Movies
2:05:21 Emails | Outtakes

Listen and Subscribe for FREE to a new episode every Thursday of The Hollywood Outsider Movie and TV Podcast at:

  

Other Great HO Episodes
The Best of HO | Volume 2
The Hobbit Trilogy
Episode 170 | The Worst Movie Ever
The Hollywood Outsider Christmas Special
Ep 169 | The Movie Trilogy
The Best of HO | Volume 1
Interview with The Babadook Director Jennifer Kent
Direct download: The_Hollywood_Outsider_Ep_171.mp3
Category:Movie Podcast -- posted at: 9:31pm PDT
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