Silva And Gold

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A podcast for the discussion of the sleaze and gold of films through the years

Episodes

  • Episode 51: Ultimate Warriors

    09/08/2012 Duration: 01h55min

    A bit of a tenuous link this week for our double feature, as we pair up two movies that probably have more in common thematically than the reason we have paired them up. We bring you an Ultimate Warrior double feature! The first film we review is actually called The Ultimate Warrior…. a 1975 post-apocalyptic […] The post Episode 51: Ultimate Warriors appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 50: Born of Glam

    03/08/2012 Duration: 02h32min

    For our 50th episode, we decided to get musical! The theme for our double feature this week is characters born of glam rock. The first film we cover is 1998’s Velvet Goldmine – a dramatized/fictionalized telling of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and others in the height of the glam rock movement! The second film we […] The post Episode 50: Born of Glam appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 49: Magnificent Bastard Borgnine

    27/07/2012 Duration: 02h56min

    In honor of the passing of Ernest Borgnine on July 8, 2012, we asked listeners on our Facebook group to name two films of his for us to review. Here’s what we went with! first we delve into the now classic western The Wild Bunch from 1969. Next we change gears a little and review […] The post Episode 49: Magnificent Bastard Borgnine appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 48: Sweaty Flesh in the Sweaty South

    20/07/2012 Duration: 02h33min

    This week we cover a couple films about young Southern ladies in not-so-glorious Southern homes in a way being “kept” for something…. The first is a Tennessee Williams story from 1956 called Baby Doll… a near-20 year old who sleeps in a crib and has promised to consumate her almost 1-year old marriage on her […] The post Episode 48: Sweaty Flesh in the Sweaty South appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 47: Bitches Get Stitches

    13/07/2012 Duration: 02h38min

    We got a special treat this week and received a screener to review! We teamed it up with another film to make a tough entertaining gals double… Bitches Get Stiches! The first film we review is Kansas City Bomber… a roller derby film from 1972 starring the lovely lovely Raquel Welch. Then we review our […] The post Episode 47: Bitches Get Stitches appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 46: Punk Rock Westerns

    05/07/2012 Duration: 02h24min

    This week Loaf decides to toss a couple punk rockers in the wild west at Zom and see what sticks. Good luck! The first film we review is Dudes from 1987 starring John Cryer. Cree. Does new wave Duckie Cryer have a leg up on missed punk rock by 10 years Grant Cryer? The second […] The post Episode 46: Punk Rock Westerns appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 45: Nunsploitation

    29/06/2012 Duration: 02h20min

    As a welcome home from vacation gift for Zom, we throw down this week with some nuns doin naughty things! NUNSPLOITATION FOR YOU ALL! We wanted a mix of different perspectives on the genre, so we went one Italian and one Mexican, and both are set in different eras. First we review a near giallo […] The post Episode 45: Nunsploitation appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 44: CAGEs

    21/06/2012 Duration: 02h24min

    Zom has stepped out for a bit, but in flies James from CriteronCast, CineAwesome, and Hopeful Romantics, pausing his busy recording schedule, to fill Zom’s empty shoes this week. With him he brings a double deuce Ferrigno and Reb Brown… CAGE and CAGE II… some ridiculous action and fights and we may just get a […] The post Episode 44: CAGEs appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 43: Chicks, Dicks, & Burning Rubber

    15/06/2012 Duration: 02h26min

    It’s a new episode and sheeeeeiiiit This week we cover a couple films with chicks and dudes riding around and getting into mischief and all that in fast cars! YEAH! First we stumble over 1982’s low budget answer to Cannonball Run… David Carradine and the beautiful Stockard Channing in Safari 3000 Then we discuss yet […] The post Episode 43: Chicks, Dicks, & Burning Rubber appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 42: Out of Italia

    08/06/2012 Duration: 02h31min

    Welcome to another week of your favorite sweaty Southern mess, Silva & Gold! This week we are going international… intercontinental even… in bringing you a couple eurocrime/polizia films that take place outside Italy. Is that a stretch? Either way, both are co-Italian/something else productions that have small cars, big guns, and clicky footsteps. First we […] The post Episode 42: Out of Italia appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 41: Truckin’

    31/05/2012 Duration: 02h31min

    Dropping the episode a little early this week and truckin’ on through… with a double feature of trucker films! We first deliver a review of the 1978 trucker film High-Ballin’ starring Peter Fonda, Jerry Reed, and Helen Shaver Next we roll on to 1998’s Black Dog with Patrick Swayze! Music this week: Jerry Reed – […] The post Episode 41: Truckin’ appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 40: DPMB: Bronson / Delon

    25/05/2012 Duration: 02h24min

    Time for a little double penetration magnificent bastard…. this week in the form of CHARLES BRONSON and ALAIN DELON. We review a couple films that feature both of these cinematic icons. The first is 1971’s Red Sun… a very international western also feautring Ursula Andress AND Toshiro Mifune. Holy FUUUUU The second is 1968’s Farewell, […] The post Episode 40: DPMB: Bronson / Delon appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 39: Mens at Ends of Ropes

    18/05/2012 Duration: 02h02min

    On this week’s show, a sleepy Zom and a sleepy Loaf stumble through a couple films about men reaching their breaking points with society. Almost a “Not Quite Falling Down” double feature. The first film we cover is a Japanese film from 1983 called Mosquito on the 10th Floor. A policeman who has taken to […] The post Episode 39: Mens at Ends of Ropes appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 38: Young and Old

    11/05/2012 Duration: 02h26min

    On this week’s episode we are exploring a relationships with older folks double feature. First we discuss a pick from Maurice of Love That Album – 1992’s In The Soup starring Seymour Cassell as an eccentric gambling criminal, and Steve Buscemi as a struggling screenwriter looking for his first big break. Then we cover a […] The post Episode 38: Young and Old appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 37: Hunting for L.A. Sleaze

    04/05/2012 Duration: 02h36min

    This week we poke at the seedy underside of 70s/80s Los Angeles and go searching for some sleazy killers. First we review a bounty hunter story with a leather-clad madman called Bare Knuckles. Then we dive into a film The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema reviewed nearly 3 years ago, Ramrod and all, and that […] The post Episode 37: Hunting for L.A. Sleaze appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 36: Hillbilly Fighting Fish Outta Water

    27/04/2012 Duration: 02h58min

    This week on the show we are traveling to southeast Asia for an Indonesian and Thai double feature with guys from small villages travelling to the big city and finding themselves over their heads. The first is 2009’s Merantau, a story about a young guy on a spiritual(?) journey to Jakarta only to find himself […] The post Episode 36: Hillbilly Fighting Fish Outta Water appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 35: Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That

    20/04/2012 Duration: 02h47min

    For the episode of Silva & Gold this week, Allan of the Arctic requested we cover a leathery film about questioning one’s sexuality, so we decided to make it a double feature as we are prone to do. First we discuss the 1964 film directed by Sidney J. Furie called The Leather Boys. Then we […] The post Episode 35: Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 34: Magnificent Bastard Chow Yun-Fat

    13/04/2012 Duration: 02h21min

    This week we decided to pay homage to another magnificent bastard and cover a couple films starring Chow Yun-Fat! First we dive headfirst with two pistols in hand into an earlier John Woo film, A Better Tomorrow from 1986. Neither of us has seen it, and both of us have issues with a Woo staple The Killer, […] The post Episode 34: Magnificent Bastard Chow Yun-Fat appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 33: Mid-Century Teens

    06/04/2012 Duration: 02h37min

    We moved to a simpler time this week and shifted our focus to mid-century America, a time of fast cars and awesome music, and…. high school kids getting into shit? The first film we cover is Mischief from 1985. Say what you will about this film, but at the very least you can see a […] The post Episode 33: Mid-Century Teens appeared first on Silva and Gold.

  • Episode 32: Cinemasochism

    30/03/2012 Duration: 01h54min

    Welcome one and all to an episode that did its best to kill the spirits of Loaf and Zom. Zom even found himself self-medicating beforehand. Cinemasochist Justin from the Freakin’ Awesome Network picked two doozies for us this week. First we review a film with two of Zom’s all time most hated actors: Reese Witherspoon […] The post Episode 32: Cinemasochism appeared first on Silva and Gold.

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