The dog days of summer are here and that can only mean one thing: it’s Aug-Heist! We kick off the month with Sidney Lumet’s ripped-from-the-headlines bank robbery film starring Al Pacino. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even bet
Here we talk about entertainment Legends and Legendary Entertainment. Movie, TV, Web, Video Games, Comic Book, Classic, New, Old,Original, Sequel, Reboot, Remake and more . For better or worse.
This podcast is a member of the GonnaGeek Podcast Network but is not owned by GonnaGeek.
On August 1st, Two Thousand and Ten, a Legend was born. Legends Podcast, that is. We’re celebrating our 10th Anniversary with past Legends co-hosts Sean and The Operator, reminiscing about our podcasting journeys, talking about our favorite movies, and
The man who started it all joins us for a bonus episode. Wing was under the weather, but he rallied and join us for a quick chat about the past decade of Legends Podcast. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is a great example of a story that works on paper (as a graphic novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley, specifically) but could never work on the big screen. Not unless Edgar Wright directed it, that is. But since it flopped at the box
Alejandro Iñárritu won back-to-back Best Director Oscars for his 2014 and 2015 films Birdman and The Revenant. While both films were technically complex, both were box office hits, and both films won Oscars for their lead actors and for cinematographer
Twenty years ago this week, Marvel Comics’ mutant heroes hit the big screen in the first blockbuster comic book movie of the modern era. X-Men set the tone for twenty years of comic book movies and gave Kevin Feige his first job producing a Marvel film.
The ninth film by Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is a meditation on the Hollywood machine. It’s also a very un-Tarantino-esque film – you’ll notice that we just used the word “meditation” to describe it. You can also follow us o
The coronavirus quarantine has been a boon to streaming, but our favorite film of the lockdown is a low-budget, retro, Twilight Zone-esque meditation on the power of storytelling in film. You are entering Legends Podcast. Tonight’s episode: The Vast of
Midsommar, directed by Ari Aster, was described by Jordan Peele as “the most idyllic horror film of all time.” But is this overstuffed feast of a horror flick as inscrutable as a set of IKEA instructions? You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPod