Oct 16, 2019

Episode #75: Wait Until Dark (1967) w/Liz Shannon Miller

Entertainment writer Liz Shannon Miller joins Kristen to talk about Audrey Hepburn, blindness in cinema, and whether Wait Until Dark is a horror movie.
 
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NEXT TIME: The Trio is back with our last Halloween feature, 1932's Freaks.

Oct 2, 2019

Episode #74: The Invisible Man (1933)

Drea, Sam, and Kristen kick off the first of three Halloween-centered episodes starting with a look at Claude Rains in 1933's The Invisible Man. Along the way they debate science fiction versus horror, remakes, and whether the movie's nudity makes it an erotic feature.
 
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And if you want to know what classic film DVDs, Blu-rays, and books are worth purchasing check out Ticklish Business' Amazon Page.
 
NEXT TIME: Special guest Liz Shannon Miller joins us to talk about Audrey Hepburn in 1967's Wait Until Dark.

Sep 16, 2019

Episode #73: Barefoot in the Park (1967)

Drea and Kristen take off their shoes to walk Barefoot in the Park. They talk the crumbling studio system, Robert Redford and Jane Fonda's chemistry, and Drea tries to remember the word "radiator."
 
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Next Time: We kick off three weeks of Halloween programming starting with a look at Claude Rains in The Invisible Man (1933).

Sep 4, 2019

Episode #72: The Women (1939)

After losing our My Man Godfrey episode we're back with another 1939 gem. This episode we respectfully debate and discuss the feminist classic The Women. We talk Norma Shearer, the Bechdel Test, and more.
 
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Next Time: We jump forward to relationships with 1967's Barefoot in the Park.

Aug 14, 2019

Episode #71: Valley of the Dolls (1967) w/Lindsey Romain

Drea and Kristen are joined by Nerdist writer Lindsey Romain to discuss Sharon Tate, melodrama, and the 1967 adaptation of Valley of the Dolls!
 
Want to support Ticklish Business and get access to early episodes and exclusive merchandise? Consider supporting us on Patreon. Throughout the month of August we'll be doing a Summer Under the Stars Patreon drive. Our goal is 15 Patrons all new and upgrading Patrons will be receiving a special bonus gift this month!
 
Next Time: We go from melodrama to screwball with a look at 1936's My Man Godfrey.

Jul 24, 2019

Episode #70: Summer Under the Stars Top 3

Sam, Drea and Kristen discuss the three stars they're excited to spend 24 hours with as part of TCM's Summer Under the Stars tribute. They also announce plans for their first Patreon drive!
 
Want to support Ticklish Business and get access to early episodes and exclusive merchandise? Consider supporting us on Patreon. Throughout the month of August we'll be doing a Summer Under the Stars Patreon drive. Our goal is 15 Patrons and to reach we'll be doing a special Summer Under the Stars themed video project. Help us get there by becoming a Patron and spreading the word!
 
NEXT TIME: Writer and Sharon Tate aficionado Lindsey Romaine joins us to talk about 1967's Valley of the Dolls.

Jul 10, 2019

Episode #69: Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959)

The Ticklish Trio are back with special guest Diana Ellis to talk about Edward D. Wood, Jr., the subjective nature of bad movies, Orson Welles, and the "worst movie ever made," Plan 9 From Outer Space.
 
Want to support Ticklish Business and get access to early episodes and exclusive merchandise? Consider supporting us on PatreonThroughout the month of August we'll be doing a Summer Under the Stars Patreon drive. If we get 15 new Patrons and/or hit the $50 mark we'll be doing a special Summer Under the Stars themed video project. Help us get there by becoming a Patron and spreading the word!
 
NEXT TIME: It's one of our favorite TCM blocks and we're devoting another episode to it, Summer Under the Stars.
 
CREDITS:
Creator and Host: Kristen Lopez (@Journeys_Film)
Co-host: Samantha Ellis (@classicfilmgeek) and Drea Clark (@thedreaclark)
Special Guest: Diana Ellis (@kidcassidys)
 

Jul 3, 2019

Episode #68: Top 3 Doris Day Movies

Samantha and Kristen (with Drea on email) discuss our top 3 favorite Doris Day features ranging from serious drama to lighthearted comedy. Did yours make the list?

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NEXT TIME: We go out of this world with a look at the cult classic, Plan 9 From Outer Space.
 
CREDITS:
Creator and Host: Kristen Lopez (@Journeys_Film)
Co-host: Samantha Ellis (@classicfilmgeek) and Drea Clark (@thedreaclark)

Jun 12, 2019

Episode #67: Ikiru (1952)

The Ticklish Trio travel to Japan to discuss the first foreign film in our show's history. We dissecting Akira Kurosawa's 1952 drama Ikiru. We talk about influences, both classic and contemporary, the film's historical significance, and more!
 
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NEXT TIME: We celebrate the life of America's Sweetheart, Doris Day, by looking our top 3 favorite Doris features.
 
CREDITS:
Creator and Host: Kristen Lopez (@Journeys_Film)
Co-host: Samantha Ellis (@classicfilmgeek) and Drea Clark (@thedreaclark)

May 29, 2019

Episode #66: Stagecoach (1939) and the Complicated Legacy of John Wayne

In honor of John Wayne's birthday the Ticklish Trio discuss Wayne's star introduction in the 1939 John Ford Western, Stagecoach. They also find time to discuss his complicated views in 2019, the infamous Playboy interview, and how "cancelled culture" works (or doesn't) in today's era.

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NEXT TIME: Drea takes us out of our comfort zone as we discuss Akira Kurosawa's 1952 feature Ikiru.
 
CREDITS:
Creator and Host: Kristen Lopez (@Journeys_Film)
Co-host: Samantha Ellis (@classicfilmgeek) and Drea Clark (@thedreaclark)
 
 

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