Episode 78: Top 10 Best Movies of the Decade

The Chicks with Accents are back to podcasting in 2020 with a special episode: Top 10 Best Movies of the Decade. Listen on to know each of our picks for the movies that meant the most to us these past 10 years.

Structure:
00:00-01:01 – Intro
01:01-01:46 – LAMB Trailer
01:46-33:06 – Top 10 Best Movies of the Decade: #10 to #06
33:06-1:59:04 – Top 10 Best Movies of the Decade: #05 – #01
1:59:19-2:04:47- Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
Non, Je ne regrette rien, by Edith Piaf
Modern Love, by David Bowie
Across the Universe, by AURORA

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On the next episode: the chicks talk about the most exciting movies coming in 2020.

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Episode 52: College Movies

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Hi guys! Long time, no see. So here’s the thing- we have been trying to record but due to our respective colleges and the work they assign us, we have not been able to make time. Hence, we thought why not do an episode on what’s been keeping us from podcasting, i.e., colleges?! So in this episode, along with Interesting Movie of the Fortnight (or rather last few months), each of us talk about our top 3 college movies. Enjoy 🙂

Structure:
00:00 – 02:38 – Chick chatter
02:38 – 03:36 – Trailer
03:36 – 20:53 – Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
20:53 – 55:47 – The chicks talk about their favourite College movies
55:47 – 1:00:32 – Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
College, by Vampire Weekend
College Girl, by Travis Porter
Across The Universe, by Vandana Vishwas

Give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast @ gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes; all our previous episodes are available here — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

What are your favourite college movies?

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Episode 49: Mystery Movies

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Celebrating the premiere of one of 2015’s most anticipated thrillers, Sicario, and just in time for the eeriest season of the year, the chicks share their Top 3 Favorite Mystery Movies. 

The next episode will be our 50th, so you know it’s going to be special. Keep an eye on our social media profiles to know more about what’s coming and how to participate!

Structure:
00:00 – 03:15 – Chick-chatter
03:15 – 04:15 – Trailer
04:15 – 17:37 – Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
17:37 – 1:04:53 – Our Top 3 Mystery Movies
1:04:53 – 1:08:06- Plugs and Goodbye

Songs:
California Dreaming, by Bobby Womack
The Sirius Deception, composed by Nicholas Hooper for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Across the Universe, by Cyndi Lauper

Give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast @ gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes and Stitcher; all our previous episodes are available here — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

What are you favorite Mystery movies?

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Episode 47: Road Trip Movies

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It’s time to pack your suitcase and jump into a cinematic (and – sadly – fictional) car with the chicks and special guest Jay Cluitt (www.lifevsfilm.com). One of the most loyal (and only?) listeners of this podcast, Jay travelled all the way from England to our Skype conversation just to be rudely questioned and told that his opinions on movies are wrong. However, along the road we all found together and raved about the intense pleasure we all derive from the peculiar genre of road movies. This episode also features the T-Rex from Jurassic Park and Britney Spears.

Structure:
00:00 – 04:39 – Chick-chatter
04:39 – 05:38 – Trailer
05:38 – 17:06 – Guest questionnaire
17:07 – 1:07:59 – Our Top 3 road movies + thoughts
1:07:59 – 1:14:18 – Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
Radar Love, Golden Earring
Road Runner, Bo Diddley
Across the Universe, Cindy Lauper

Give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast @ gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes and Stitcher; all our previous episodes are available here — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

What are some of your favorite road movies? Or some of the worst?

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Episode 45: Dystopian Movies

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With the release and widespread success of Mad Max: Fury Road, the chicks thought it was time to reveal their own favourite dystopian films. In this episode, they each pick their Top 3 Dystopian Films (with quite a few overlaps) and go a little boy-crazy in the Interesting Movie of the Fortnight feature (well, Nik does anyway).

For the next episode, we want to talk about a film that stars an actor born in June. We have a poll up for that here and you, our dearest listeners, get to decide which film that will be. Your choices are Some Like It Hot (Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis), The Shawshank Redemption (Morgan Freeman), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Angelina Jolie), Closer (Natalie Portman), Ed Wood (Johnny Depp) and The Hours (Nicole Kidman and God Meryl Streep). VOTE!!!

Structure:
00:00 – 04:28 – Chick-chatter
04:28 – 05:06 – Trailer
05:06 – 25:05 – Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
25:05 – 1:04:16 – Chicks list their Top 3 Dystopian Films
1:04:16 – 1:09:05 – Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2), Pink Floyd
Singin’ In The Rain, Gene Kelly
Across The Universe, Cyndi Lauper

Give us your feedback on our facebook page, via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast @ gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes and Stitcher; all our previous episodes are available here — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

What are your favourite Dystopian movies?