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Lifelong friends Brad and Bob are not experts--they're just two guys who really enjoy movies and whiskey. Each week, they give an in-depth review of a classic film and a new glass of whiskey. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmwhiskey/support
 
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Bob and Brad emerge from their Thanksgiving carb-comas to review Tamworth Distillery's Bird of Courage. This starts as a five-year-aged bottled-in-bond bourbon, and then it gets infused with, seemingly, and entire cooked Thanksgiving dinner in a vacuum evaporator? We are as confused as you, but we assure you, the distillery swears this contains rea…
 
Bob and Brad spend their second HANKSGIVING watching the 2004 Spielberg dramedy The Terminal. This one came from Bob's Season Five list nd both hosts agree it's an underappreciated film that really speaks to the culture and climate of America post-9/11. They spend a frankly inordinate amount of time praising Stanley Tucci and talk about the complic…
 
This week, we pick a movie from Brad's Season Five list, the 2005 Joe Wright adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice. Brad's surprised to hear the Bob has never seen this movie, especially since it's been so warmly reviewed. Will the charms of Austen's prose and the famous romance at the center of the story win Bob over? Mea…
 
Bob and Brad continue the "grab-bag" of Season 5 movies with a childhood favorite of Bob's, M. Night Shyamalan's Signs. This 2002 effort seems to be well-regarded among Shyamalan's films, but Bob thinks it holds up a lit better than it gets credit for, and may actually still be his favorite of the director's movies. Meanwhile, the guys wrap up thei…
 
NSFW EPISODE: Bob and Brad continue their grab-bag Season 5 with a pick from Brad, 1963's Charade. This time, they're joined by their favorite YouTuber, Patrick H. Willems, who seems as excited as Brad to break down this under-appreciated Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn vehicle. Meanwhile, they try their second of three whiskies from Penderyn, a Wels…
 
Bob and Brad Kick off Season 5 with another Harry Potter review, this time with 2010's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1. Director David Yates returns for this seventh chapter of the franchise, and while the movie divided audiences, Bob and brad absolutely ate it up. This film very much belongs to the layered performance of Emma Watson a…
 
Bob and Brad answer questions from their Patreon subscribers and try two new-to-them whiskies: Hayner Bourbon and Ragged Branch Bourbon. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Call-in Line: (216) 800-5923 Email us! Join our Discord channel! Theme music: "New Shoes" …
 
Bob and Brad break down the lineup of movies for Season Five, and reveal a surprise guest host they're pairing up with along the way. Meanwhile, they sip on two wildly different whiskies: Umiki Japanese Whisky and Traverse City Michigan Apple. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film &…
 
Bob and Brad take the 8 remaining films from Season Four and crown one film the champ. Meanwhile, they sample a bourbon and a rye from Stellum Spirits. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Call-in Line: (216) 800-5923 Email us! Join our Discord channel! Theme musi…
 
Bob and Brad put all 32 movies from Season Four into a Madness-style bracket and crown one film the champ. Meanwhile, they sample three mind-blowing whiskies from Barrell Craft Spirits. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Call-in Line: (216) 800-5923 Email us! Jo…
 
Bob and Brad wrap up Season 4 the same way they started it--watching a really long movie directed by Peter Jackson. This time, it's the finale of the Lord of the Rings franchise, a film that won 11 Oscars and became a worldwide phenomenon. The guys laud the performances, as well as the script, but wonder if there may be too much of a good thing goi…
 
Bob and Brad revisit their childhoods in honor of the 30th anniversary of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. They wonder aloud if this is a perfect film before diving in with their hot-take nitpicks. Meanwhile, the sip on George T. Stagg bourbon, a member of the Buffalo trace Antique Collection. Among the most sought-after bourbons in the world, is thi…
 
Bob introduces brad to one of his favorite films of the 21st century, Alfonso Cuaron's Children of Men. Of course, in true Brad fashion, he's cooler on it than Bob, but our hosts can at least bond over some incredible Emmanuel Lubezki cinematography. Meanwhile, they sip on Elijah Craig 18, one of the few well-aged bourbons not offered by Buffalo Tr…
 
Bob and Brad return to Watershed Distillery in Columbus, OH, after a two year absence. They chat with newly-named Head Distiller Aaron Harris about his career in Kentucky bourbon, his move to Ohio, the future of craft distillers like Watershed, and his favorite film. The Shawshank Redemption. Meanwhile, the guys sip on Watershed's new 4-year apple-…
 
As we get closer to its 30th anniversary, Bob and Brad watch Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, one of the few remaining Tarantino films that Brad hasn't yet seen. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this one plays a lot differently for them as 30-year-old dads than it did as teenagers. Along the way, they talk about the film's lack of a central theme, as opp…
 
Bob and Brad return to their Top Fives series to break down their favorite movie endings, while sipping on 5 delicious whiskies from Luca Mariano. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Call-in Line: (216) 800-5923 Email us! Join our Discord channel! Theme music: "N…
 
Brad and Bob look back on 2000's Best Picture winner, Ridley Scott's Gladiator. Much like the '95 winner, Braveheart, the guys wonder aloud how this one holds up after a couple decades of cultural relevance. It carries an 8.5 average on IMDb, but critics like Roger Ebert awarded it only 2 stars. Why is it so reviled by critics but beloved by the ge…
 
Bob and Brad return to the year 2007 for the Paul Thomas Anderson masterpiece There Will Be Blood, a film that represents Brad's first-ever Daniel Day Lewis movie. The guys wrestle with the undeniable craft of the filmmaking, while also trying to parse out their feelings on the tonal shift at the end of the film. Meanwhile, they sip on New Riff's B…
 
Bob and Brad go back to the Pixar Studios well for the 2008 blockbuster WALL-E. Certainly Pixar's most "adult" movie to this point, the guys grapple with its artistry versus its overall entertainment value, and offer their thoughts on where it falls in Pixar's overall rankings. Meanwhile, they sample Old Forester 150th Anniversary, a special releas…
 
Bob and Brad return to Pixar Studios for their first sequel, 1999's Toy Story 2. The guys compare and contrast it to the 1995 original, while preparing themselves for a very deep dive on the movie's existential themes. Aside from the philosophy of it all, Bob and Brad discuss the vocal performances, including one particularly hot take. Meanwhile, t…
 
Bob and Brad sample five expressions from Broken Barrel Whiskey Co., a producer with a truly unique finishing process. To go over it all, Bob sits down with CEO Seth Benhaim, as he explains the technique: they source young whiskey and then vat-finish it with broken barrel staves. But does this process actually improve the quality of the whiskey? Fi…
 
Bob and Brad return to the world of the movie musical with a look at 2012's Les Misérables, a surprisingly controversial retelling of the Victor Hugo novel and the Broadway play. Director Tom Hooper has undergone a pretty negative reevaluation in the years since this film's release, and the guys break down which of his tendencies help the movie, an…
 
Bob and Brad return to the year 1999 for The Matrix, a game-changing sci-fi action thriller. There's not much to complain about here: a perfectly-structured screenplay and visual effects that (mostly) hold up over 20 years later. Our hosts discuss whether the movie works better on its face or as a camp classic, and come away with a surprising take.…
 
Bob and Brad continue their Harry Potter reviews with 2009's Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Director David Yates returns for this sixth chapter of the franchise, this time to much greater success. So much success, in fact, that Bob and Brad have a legitimate debate about whether this movie should be as revered as Alfonso Cuaron's third ins…
 
Bob and Brad create a head-to-head challenge when they receive a sampler 3-pack from Athrú Irish Whiskey and Clonakilty Irish Whiskey. Both brands a relatively new to the Irish whiskey world, with Athrú products costing nearly triple the already-premium prices of Clonakilty. Will Athrú be able to justify its hefty price tag? Will Clonakilty sneak a…
 
Bob and Brad continue their seasons-long journey into the world of Harry Potter with 2007's Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Once again, the series introduces a new director, this time David Yates, who helms the rest of the series. However, this first effort gets off to a bit of a rocky start. Meanwhile, they return to the Blanton's line …
 
Bob and Brad are joined by Jackie Zykan, master taster at Old Forester, to review the show's first-ever film by director Wes Anderson, The Royal Tenenbaums. Bob and Jackie discussed Anderson in their first interview together, but Brad is coming into this episode as a complete novice, having never seen an Anderson film. How will the director's much-…
 
Bob and Brad try to remain civil after re-watching ET for this season's revisit episode. Brad initially gave this film a 6/10. How will his score change, if it all? Meanwhile, they sip on an absolutely delicious high-proof bourbon from the newly revived Old Wm. Tarr brand. Video on The Spielberg Oner Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monda…
 
Bob and Brad throw it back to 1952 for their review of High Noon, director Fred Zinneman's near-real-time western suspense classic. They discuss both the divisive performance and salacious Hollywood history of star Gary Cooper before praising the frequently-appearing Thomas Mitchell. In the latter part of the episode they break down the movie's rol…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by Perry Ritter of This is My Bourbon Podcast to break down director Cameron Crowe's 2000 hit Almost Famous. Important questions are asked, including "how did Billy Crudup not achieve superstardom" and "what the hell is Jimmy Fallon doing here?" Meanwhile, they try TW Samuels Bottled-in-Bond, the last of Heaven Hill's bottom…
 
Bob introduces Brad to one of his all-time favorite films, Vincente Minnelli's 1944 musical Meet Me in St. Louis. This unconventional MGM musical isn't as big or splashy as An American in Paris or Singin' in the Rain, instead opting to follow the day-to-day life of a family over the course of one year. Judy Garland of course commands every scene sh…
 
Bob and Brad get ready for summer with a slate of sparkling whiskey cocktails. They break down the main differences between club soda, seltzer, and tonic water, before mixing Country Smooth Bourbon into three easy-to-make drinks. Meanwhile, they review Siponey ready-to-drink whiskey beverages, a cocktail-in-a-can that can't be beaten. Film & Whiske…
 
Bob and Brad discuss Spike Lee's 1992 epic Malcolm X, their first Lee Movie since Do the Right Thing in season 2. Bob is absolutely bringing the hot takes for this one, wondering aloud if this is the Great American Movie that no one talks about. Brad is significantly cooler on the 3.5-hour biopic. Meanwhile, the guys return to the Speyside region o…
 
Bob and Brad wrap up their series of 1970s classics with the 1979 war epic Apocalypse Now. Known as much for its troubled production as for the end product, this Francis Ford Coppola film spans a number of genres, from satire to psychedelia, in its attempts to replicate the chaos of Vietnam as a backdrop to the narrative of Joseph Conrad's Heart of…
 
Bob and Brad continue their series of 1970s classics with the 1976 satire Network. This makes two weeks in a row for films by director Sidney Lumet, and Brad was a bit cooler than expected on Dog Day Afternoon. What will he think of this one? Meanwhile, they sip on Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Finish, a new expression from the beloved Heaven Hill br…
 
Bob and Brad discuss the recent winners of the San Francisco World Spirits competition, perhaps the most important awards in the whiskey world. They sit down with Adam Hines of High Bank Distillery to discuss the impact of winning Best in Class for their barrel-proof blended whisky. After that, they sample four different whiskies that won either Go…
 
Continuing their series of 1970s classics, Bob and Brad look at 1975's Dog Day Afternoon. They've been seeing a lot of stars Al Pacino and John Cazale lately, and this also marks the second film they've reviewed from director Sidney Lumet. This is one of Bob's favorite films of the decade, but what will Brad think about the attempted balance of com…
 
Bob and Brad visit Crafted Cocktail Co. in Wadsworth, OH, and talk to beverage director Scott Sauer about what it means to blend whiskey. While many reputable brands are basing their business on blending, you can make your own whiskey blend at home, and we offer two examples. Scott share a Crafted Cocktail House blend, and Bob offers up his very fi…
 
Bob and Brad keep the 1970s films rolling with the Best Picture winner of 1973, The Sting. This crowd-pleaser certainly kept our hosts entertained, and they're joined by another big fan, Chris Blatner (@UrbanBourbonist). Chris has brought along a single barrel selection form the Union Horse Distilling Company, a barrel-proof rye that certainly brin…
 
Bob and Brad say "Ni!" to the 1975 comedy classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The first outright comedy of Season 4, this one was a refresher if ever a movie has been. Meanwhile, they're on location at their local cocktail bar to try Old Fitzgerald 9-Year Bottled in Bond, a whskey with a rather astronomical price tag, given the bottom-shelf re…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by the Godmother of Whiskey, Peggy Noe Stevens, to discuss The Godfather, the 1972 classic that many would argue is the greatest film ever made. Brad is watching this one after about a decade since seeing it the first time, and as Bob and Peggy gush over it, Brad is a little more reserved in his praise. Meanwhile, all three …
 
Bob and Brad visit Crafted Cocktail Company, a favorite local cocktail bar, to break down the classic Mint Julep cocktail in time for the Kentucky Derby. They discuss the classic crushed-ice version of the drink as well as simpler, more modern variations. Meanwhile, they review Kinnard and Drake, a two-year-old sourced bourbon from Boone County Jai…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by all-around delight Jackie James to talk about the 1997 blockbuster and Best Picture-winner Titanic. Brad brings some scorching-hot recasting takes, and all three hosts sing the praises of Billy Zane. Meanwhile, Bob and Brad try Michter's US-1 Unblended American Whiskey, an 83-proof whiskey aged in used bourbon barrels. Wi…
 
Bob and Brad continue their mini-series of Best Picture winners with the 1950 backstage drama All About Eve, and boy do they have some hot takes today. Brad comes in hot with an "I don't like this movie" review that threatens to derail the whole episode, but eventually our hosts do find points of agreement. Meanwhile, they sip on Old Ezra 7 Barrel …
 
In this bonus episode, Bob and Brad are joined by three members of their Patreon account, who ask them discussion questions. Some of their questions deal with movies, some with whiskey, and some are just designed to stoke a good debate. Meanwhile, they sip on and review Wheel Horse Bourbon, a new brand out of Owensboro, KY. Interested in becoming a…
 
Bob and Brad continue their mini-series of Best Picture winners with the 1950 backstage drama All About Eve, and boy do they have some hot takes today. Brad comes in hot with an "I don't like this movie" review that threatens to derail the whole episode, but eventually our hosts do find points of agreement. Meanwhile, they sip on Old Ezra 7 Barrel …
 
Bob and Brad continue their mini-series of Best Picture-winners with 1993's Schindler's List, in conjunction with International Holocaust Remembrance Day. For the first time in over a year, our two hosts are recording together in person, and to mark the occasion, they sample two higher-end Speyside single malts: Aberlour 16 and Aberlour 18. Speysid…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by Chad and Sara from It's Bourbon Night to talk about the Best Picture-winning 1991 thriller The Silence of the Lambs. Brad's never seen this one, and our guests hosts are all too eager to get him acclimated to the horrors that await him. Meanwhile, they all sip on Old Tub, a bottled-in-bond bourbon from Jim Beam. Previousl…
 
Bob and Brad discuss the current state of movies, including the Scorsese vs. superheroes debate, the plague of streaming platforms, and whether COVID put the nail in the coffin of movie theaters. Meanwhile, they review three bourbons from Smoke Wagon. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Faceboo…
 
Bob and Brad are joined by Kenny Coleman from Bourbon Pursuit, the world's biggest bourbon podcast, to talk about the 1996 Coen Brothers classic Fargo. Kenny chose this movie on a recommendation form his wife, but like Brad, is watching it for the very first time. What will they think of this home-spun murder movie? Meanwhile, Kenny supplies our ho…
 
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