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I love listening to podcasts as I do yard work. So last weekend, I enjoyed the October 1 edition of Running Dialogue, Creative Loafing’s Podcast About Movies, as I mowed the lawn. The podcast is hosted by longtime friend (and Creative Loafing pop culture critic [not his official title, just my label]) Curt Holman along with Collider‘s Matt Goldberg and /Film‘s Russ Fischer.
Last week’s episode partially focused its attention on the Aaron Sorkin/David Fincher film, The Social Network. Holman, Goldberg and Fischer did more than review the film, though, as they actually provided some great perspective on Facebook trends in general. Over the years, Holman’s periodic presence on local AM/arts radio has allowed his vocal chops to mature immensely. As my friend, I’ll admit my bias, but he is my favorite of the three hosts.
At present they’ve recorded 17 episodes and I heartily recommend you give the show a listen.
My longtime friend, critic Curt Holman, is now part of the team behind the Creative Loafing podcast, Running Dialogue: A Podcast About Movies. This past Friday, they released the third episode of the podcast, in which Holman, “Collider’s Matt Goldberg and /Film’s Russ Fischer disagree vigorously about ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ consider the legacy of director Tim Burton and the future of 3-D, and end up – somehow – discussing the merits of seeing films in theaters vs. waiting for the DVD.”
In addition to mentioning the podcast, I want to heartily recommend that once the Oscar ceremony starts you should head over to Screen Grab, Creative Loafing’s Movie and TV blog where Holman and others will be liveblogging the event. I’ll likely be lurking in the comment sections, making snide asides as the show or the blog inspires me.