Gobbledygeek: Falling…in Love
The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents Gobbledygeek featuring hosts Paul Smith and AJ Wiley and focusing on a variety of entertainment subjects, with our hosts and special guests frequently discussing films, comics, and television.
Episode 267 of Gobbledygeek is described here: “Paul and AJ take one final plunge into Hitchcock Month for a look at 1945’s Spellbound, in which Ingrid Bergman falls in love with Gregory Peck on the way to psychoanalyzing him; and 1958’s Vertigo, wherein James Stewart becomes obsessed with Kim Novak, or at least his (and Hitchcock’s) icy blonde ideal of her. Joining them on this downhill drive is Broken Magic author and The Deli Counter of Justice co-editor Eric Sipple. The boys discuss how the films deal with love and dreams, how much Hitchcock intentionally revealed of himself in his work, Salvador Dalí’s surreal contribution to Spellbound, and what Vertigo‘s reputation as the new greatest movie ever made means for its legacy.” All this and more can be found right here.
Posted on February 24, 2016, in Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network, Film, Glenn Walker, podcast and tagged aj wiley, Alfred Hitchcock, biff bam pop podcast network, eric sipple, gobbledygeek, gregory peck, ingrid bergman, James Stewart, kim novak, Paul Smith, salvador dali, Spellbound, Vertigo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.