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The Film Vault

AndersonAndBryan.com

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Discover movies you may have missed and be warned about others you should. Hosts Anderson Cowan (Loveline) and Bryan Bishop (The Adam Carolla Show) hash out their contrasting film tastes in the form of weekly Top 5 lists and recent screening reviews of both new and old titles. With numerous recommendations each episode, The Film Vault is entertainment about entertainment and as a result is a show that keeps on giving.
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The Film Vaulters

Mitch Burns

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The Film Vaulters is a bi-weekly podcast that pays tribute to one of the longest running film podcasts "The Film Vault" Hosted by "Bald" Bryan Bishop and Anderson Cowan. The Film Vaulters, hosted by friend of the Film Vault Mitch Burns, will bring on people associated with the Film Vault, whether it be Co-hosts, Producers, listeners and other friends of the show. We'll discuss their connection to the show, and pick a Top 5 from shows past and do them ourselves!
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Bryan and Anderson are joined by Florence Bruemmer as they review Civil War, The Lie: The Murder of Grace Millane, Prince of Darkness (from assigner Anthony Morfitt). Then in honor of playoff hockey, the boys get creative with Bryan McCulley’s list, Top 5 Film Characters You’d Have on Your Hockey Dream Team. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Fil…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! It’s time to unpack the biggest kaiju release of 2024—Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire! For such a momentous occasion, Nate called upon YouTuber Donny Winter (Growing Up with Godzilla) and a “mystery guest”…who didn’t make it. Darn. So, he got the next best option: The Omni Viewer and his monster sidekick, Snazzy! They dive deep…
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Bryan and Anderson review The First Omen, Monkey Man, Jean de Florette (from assigner Stephen Morris) and Manon of the Spring (assigner Stephen Morris strikes again!) Then the boys examine Hollywood’s mistaken cash grabs with Top 5 Unnecessary Reboots. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film…
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Bryan and Anderson review Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, Godzilla x Kong, Immaculate, The Promised Land, Dicks: The Musical, and Hendrie. Then in honor of Andy’s trip abroad, the boys countdown the Top 5 Films Set in Japan. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Load…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In yet another impromptu “bonus” episode, Nate is joined by Daniel DiManna (Godzilla Novelization Project) to discuss a film that was finally unleashed upon the world by SRS Cinema: Space Monster Wangmagwi. As you can see, this one actually fits the season theme of The Monster Island World Tour. As mentioned in the Yongary epis…
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Ever wonder what would happen if Rito Revolto and Deadpool had a radio show? No? Well, you're gonna find out, whether you want to or not! The Board replaces Nate’s radio show in his absence—without telling him—with a new one hosted by Nate’s hated old roommate...and some dude named Wade. They report some local Monster Island news, take a music requ…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! Our first Patreon episode of season four—courtesy of executive producer Damon Noyes—is also MIFV’s first double feature and includes our first Roger Corman movie! First, we tackle Corman’s 1957 “classic,” Attack of the Crab Monsters, which could be called a “B-movie to a B-movie.” While it starts off as a typical atomic age cre…
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With Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire upon us, friend of the podcast Ryan “The Omni Viewer” Collins is holding another “One Monstrous Moment” series, the “Year of the Dragon Edition.” I'm going about as “on brand” with it as you can with a discussion of the ending of Godzilla vs. Kong (2021). I was struck by it when I first saw it, and I’m struck by…
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Nate and Jimmy fly Uber-Moguera to Panmunjom intent to recapture Yongary, but the Korean kaiju scores a couple lucky hits that disable the mecha’s weapons system. Desperate to find a new tactic, they get unlikely help from an unlikely source: Neil Riebe! His solution: a dance-off! Shenanigans ensue. Check out Nathan’s spinoff podcasts, The Henshin …
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Bryan and Anderson review Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant, Dreamin’ Wild and The Fire That Took Her. Then the boys throw to a patreon classic, Top 5 Spielberg Sex Scenes! Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL Listener…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! The South Korea leg of the Monster Island World Tour begins with arguably the first true Korean kaiju film: Yongary, Monster from the Deep. Author Neil Riebe, who might very well be this film's biggest fan, pays yet another visit to MIFV's mobile studio in Uber-Moguera to enlighten us with his copious research on the movie. Rel…
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Bryan and Anderson review LOLA, 2nd Chance, Polite Society, and Fallen Leaves. Then the boys look back on the absolute worst of the worst films of the year for the annual Revaulties! Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONF…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! According to MIFV’s analytics, King Kong (and not Godzilla) is good for business right now, so in this excerpt from our Patreon-exclusive livestream, we’re filling in one of the “gaps” from season 1’s The Kong Quest (ba-dum-tsh!) Brendan Morley joins Nathan to discuss the almost-forgotten animated musical (you read that right),…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In yet another impromptu episode (because reasons), Nate is joined by Daniel DiManna (Godzilla Novelization Project) and Elijah Thomas (Kaiju Conversation) to discuss the semi-obscure Daiei proto-kaiju film, The Whale God. Released in 1962, it was largely unseen outside of Japan until it was released by SRS Cinema this past Jan…
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Bryan and Anderson review Love Lies Bleeding, Perfect Days, Bobi Wine: The People's President, To Kill A Tiger, and The Battle at Lake Changjin (from assigner Eric Robbins). Then the boys look back on a strong movie year and pick the best of the best for the annual Vaulties! Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is …
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Bryan and Anderson review Dune, Robot Dreams, Four Daughters and The Teachers’ Lounge. Then the boys call their shots with Top 5 Oscar Locks. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL Listener Art: Nicholas Dhuyvette…
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Nate, Drew, and Jacob decide to test their mettle by going to a haunted tourist spot in Seoul: Yangma Land, an abandoned theme park. After exploring the place until midnight, they come to a carousel that moves by itself—because it's being ridden by the little girl ghost who haunts the place! She hears Jacob bark like a dog and chases after him, thi…
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Bryan and Anderson review Drive-Away Dolls, Io Capitano, The Short Game, The All-Americans, and The Teachers’ Lounge. Then the boys look back on the year and countdown their Top 5 Old New Movies. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antique…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! You might be wondering, “Aren't you supposed to cover Destroy All Monsters for Godzilla Redux, Nate?” Yes...but I’m not. For reasons. Anyway, we have the next-best thing: the three-part epic from Godzilla: The Series—“Monster Wars”! And who else could be the guests for animated kaiju shenanigans other than Drew and Jacob from T…
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Nate and Jimmy set their sights on wrangling Utam Goliathon (aka “Ah-Wang”) from the top of Jardine House—only to be interrupted by a confused Kaguya wearing a risqué cosplay bought by Jimmy! This gives Nate the idea to have her talk Goliathon into climbing down the building. But she’s not happy about any of this! Featuring the final performance of…
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Bryan and Anderson review One Love, Who Shot the Sheriff?, Rebel, The Eternal Memory and Evening Primrose (from assigner Jeffrey Covey). Then, inspired by Bob Marley, the boys countdown the best Top 5 Music Biopics of all time. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! The most cited man on MIFV, John LeMay, returns for his all-but-mandatory-at-least-once-a-season appearance to discuss the second Shaw Bros. film we’ve covered this season: Mighty Peking Man. This infamous cult classic was a favorite of director Quinton Tarantino, and it's easy to see why: it's sleazy yet weirdly artsy. It feel…
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Bryan and Anderson review The Greatest Night in Pop, 20 Days in Mariupol, You Hurt My Feelings, The Deepest Breath and Rye Lane (from assigner Dani Leffler). Then the boys update a list from 2012, Top 5 Ensemble Casts. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded …
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Bryan and Anderson review Rustin, Nyad, and Black Is… Black Ain’t (from assigner Thomas Kustermann). Then the boys sink their teeth into Top 5 Characters You’d like to Eat. Loaded for Bear New Promo Video! The Film Vault on Youtube TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault Anderson’s new doc: Loaded for Bear Atty’s Antiques COMEDY CONFESSIONAL L…
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Hello, Kaiju Lovers! In this excerpt from the latest episode of the (usually) Patreon-exclusive livestream podcast, Nathan invites his creative team (plus Elijah Thomas, who crashes the show later) on to discuss the new black-and-white edition of Godzilla Minus One. Is it a different enough experience from the original—or is it even better? These q…
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