Last week on the Cinephile Hissy Fit podcast, sponsored and supported by the Ruminations Radio Network, our hosts presented the first of two special in-person episodes of Chicago film critic peers coming together to hang out with our main host from Phoenix. The topic of conversation was remembering blockbusters and the differences they see today. While talking about the biggest class of movies, the dais’s thoughts elevated to the studios themselves for a second program.
For their 122nd episode, two drunk film critics, two plastered dads, and two lampshade-wearing teachers, Will Johnson and Don Shanahan kept the collaboration microphones going from Will’s visit to Chicago for a second editorial episode. This time around, the topic is the notion of studios and blockbusters that are “too big to fail.” This live recording session comes from the Galway Bay tavern in Chicago and the panel was filled with host Mike Crowley of You’ll Probably Agree, Cati Glidewell of The Blonde in Front, and Hayden Mears of IGN. Enjoy the lively and live conversation!
ABOUT OUR GUESTS
Mike Crowley is the site founder of You’ll Probably Agree. The idea of You’ll Probably Agree is to create a fun environment where people can hang out and talk about movies; what better place to resemble that than a bar where nobody’s opinion is above anyone else’s. Whether you’re sober or drunk, you never know which way a conversation will go in a pub.
Cati Glidewell is a Chicago based freelance film journalist, reviewer, trivia expert, and prize-winning Oscar enthusiast. She is a lifelong cinephile who is trying everything and telling you all about it. Find her work across YouTube and social media at The Blonde in Front.
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