Episode 395 - [MP3]
Crapticon Adventures
Episode 86 - [MP3]
Never Again
Episode 12 - [MP3]
Hudson versus Hicks
Episode 33 - [MP3]
Johnny Cash and Syphilis
 

ColdCaseCinema

The official page for Cold Case Cinema!

Cold Case Cinema is a weekly podcast from DeadLantern.com that covers one random unseen movie from Turner Classic Movies each week. Join hosts  Tony (The Explodey Files), Julie (19 Nocturne Blvd) and Mat (Splattercast), along with various friends along the way, as they discover hidden gems hiding amongst the forgotten ether of film history.

Subscribe to our RSS Feed for a new episode each week! We’re also available via iTunes.

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Contact us: ColdCaseCinema@DeadLantern.com

Be sure to click the TCM Page links in the upcoming episodes section to find out the days and times each film is playing on Turner Classic Movies. Set your DVR’s!

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Newest Episode

Episode 33: 5 Minutes to Live (1961) - TCM Page

Mat’s pick: Johnny Cash murders cops and women

 

Upcoming Episodes

  • Female (1933) Friday, October 4th – TCM Page
  • Fitzwilly (1967) Sunday, December 8th - TCM Page

Past Episodes

Episode 1: Dangerous Corner (1934) – TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick. A dinner party amongst friends exposes lies that destroy.

Episode 2: Ministry of Fear (1944) – TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick. Ray Milland gets caught up in a Nazi plot to steal British war plans.

Episode 3: Forty Naughty Girls (1937) – TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick. A comedic mystery about deaths at a Broadway stage show.

Episode 4: Swing Your Lady (1938) – TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick. A comedic hillbilly musical about wrestling with Bogart.

Episode 5: The Kennel Murder Case (1933) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick. A Philo Vance murder mystery directed by Casablanca’s Michael Curtiz.

Episode 6: The Green Years (1946) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s Pick. An Irish orphan is raised by his alcoholic Scottish grandfather.

Episode 7: Seven Angry Men (1955) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s Pick. Abolitionist John Brown fights to end slavery in the South.

Episode 8: The Petrified Forest (1955) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s Pick. Bogie and Bette Davis in a robbery gone hostage takeover!

Episode 9: Shadow on the Wall (1955) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick. Nancy Reagan helps a traumatized girl uncover a murderess.

Episode 10: The Pirates of Blood River (1962) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick. A pirate Christopher Lee seeks booty!

Episode 11: Green Fire (1955) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick. A jerk looks for emeralds while courting Grace Kelly!

Episode 12: The Magnetic Monster (1953) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Our live viewing of Curt Siodmak’s element run amok sci-fi flick!

Episode 13 : His Kind of Woman (1951) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Robert Mitchum’s face is gonna be cut off! Vincent Price can save him!

Episode 14: The Black Book (1949) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick: A gorgeous noir set after the French Revolution!

Episode 15: Tarzan the Fearless (1933) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick: Buster Crabbe’s Tarzan taint!

Episode 16: Night Court (1932)TCM Page

  • Mat’s Pick: A corrupt judge make a family’s life miserable!

Episode 17: The Hurricane (1937) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick: A hurricane takes out a small island!

Episode 18: Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One (1968) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick: Can’t even describe this one.

Episode 19: Julius Caesar (1953) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Julius Caesar is stabbed to death and Brando must pick up the pieces!

Episode 20: The Children’s Hour (1961) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s Pick: Audrey Hepburn accused of lesbianism!

Episode 21: A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s Pick: Henry Fonda plays some poker and loses big.

Episode 22: The Misfits (1961) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Marilyn Monroe seeks freedom with Clark Gable

Episode 23: The Spy in Black (1939) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s Pick: Nazi spies on boats!

Episode 24: Floods of Fear (1958)TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick: Criminals seek revenge during a flood!

Episode 25: It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958) - TCM Page

  • Special Guests join us to discuss an alien monster on a spaceship

Episode 26: The Plumber (1979) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: A weird plumber comments on class warfare or something.

Episode 27: Wicked, Wicked (1973) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick: A slasher comedy in Duo-Vision!

Episode 28: Behind the Mask (1932) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick: Karloff in a crime thriller!

Episode 29: The Bishop Misbehaves (1935) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: A boring comedy about nothing.

Episode 30: Dead Men Walk (1943) - TCM Page

  • Bryan’s pick: a poverty row horror flick

Episode 31:  The Viking Queen (1967) - TCM Page

  • Tony’s pick: Hammer sword and sandal. Romans vs. Druids!

Episode 32: What! No Beer?! (1933) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Buster Keaton prohibition comedy

Episode 33: 5 Minutes to Live (1961) - TCM Page

  • Mat’s pick: Johnny Cash murders cops and women

7 Comments

  • Sacha
    Posted May 11, 2011 at 5:55 am | Permalink

    I love the concept. Unfortunately European fans will have difficulty to follow along with show. TCM has a different schedule over here.

  • Mat
    Posted May 11, 2011 at 8:19 am | Permalink

    Oh that sucks. I guess it never crossed my mind that TCM would have a different schedule in that part of the world.

    Hopefully they’ll show these flicks at some point in time.

  • Sacha
    Posted June 2, 2011 at 11:14 am | Permalink

    I just noticed that “The Petrified Forest” will be airing on TCM Benelux on June 3rd at 6am.

  • Lauren
    Posted December 18, 2011 at 12:08 pm | Permalink

    Mat, would love to be on for Cleopatra, I’m reading a new biography on her right now.

  • Damien Sanders
    Posted July 11, 2012 at 5:06 pm | Permalink

    So umm… I think you guys are just a little bit off schedule

  • Mat
    Posted July 11, 2012 at 7:15 pm | Permalink

    lol, did you not get the memo? We’re on indefinite hiatus :)

  • Posted January 17, 2013 at 10:43 am | Permalink

    Good thing there are still people that has the heart of making this. Good work guys. I love classic movies, unlike todays that most are made through CGI old movies have somewhat a kick to watch, i think due it its truest form on the part of acting.

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