We made it to 100! To celebrate hitting our 100th episode we invited some of our favorite podcasting friends on to play a super sized game of Switch the Envelope: The Game. On this episode we welcome Chris from Measuring the Score, Joe from Digital Dissection: A Nerd Podcast, and Sean and Max from Better […]
Best of Switch the Envelope guest interviews. As the show inches ever closer to episode 100, this week Jeff & Cory take a trip down memory lane through some of their favorite memories from the show so far. There are no better memories then those conversations they’ve had with all the friends they’ve met along […]
On this episode Jeff and Cory help out some busy celebrities by answering fan comments on social media. After a dip into the Celebrity Mail Bag, Cory turns the tables on our resident game master, Jeff, and challenges him to a new game he calls Wait! That Won An Oscar? Jeff puts on his game […]
1940 Best Actor Part 2 Welcome to Part 2 of our episode with Classic film documentarian and Creator of The Secret History of Hollywood, Adam Roche. Jeff, Cory, & Adam work their way through grading the Best Actor performances from the 1940. Together, they grimace through some performances and champion others, while Adam adds his […]
1940 Best Actor Part 1 On this episode hosts Jeff and Cory welcome Adam Roche, creator of the podcasts The Secret History of Hollywood and Attaboy Clarence. In this part 1 installment, Adam graciously sits down with our hosts to chat about his journey from full time chef and part time podcaster to his new […]
1982 Best Original Score Part 2 Jeff and Cory are back for part 2 with our guests Chris and Leslie Lott from Measuring the Score. On this episode they all get to the business of rating each nominee with our “patented” rating metric that’s been adjusted for judging original scores. Together they tear into the […]
1982 Best Original Score – Part 1 On this episode Jeff and Cory welcome Chris and Leslie Lott, hosts of Measuring the Score, to the podcast. Jeff and Cory had such a great time chatting with these two that we had to break the episode up into two parts (just like old times, Switches). On […]
On this episode of Al’s Useless Hollywood Facts, our trusty time computer takes our hosts on a journey to a world that was all started with a mouse. The story behind the house that Walt built is more fiction than reality, and we learn about one unsung genius behind the genius that was really responsible […]
Welcome back to Cinnovations! This episode explores the semi-failed filmmaking experiment of a Golden Age Icon, that would lead to Oscar gold for other filmmakers generations later. Jeff and Cory take us through the meticulous planning and innovative problem solving that went in to Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope, cinema’s first one-shot film.
On this episode hosts Jeff and Cory wonder if they can turn some mediocre films into cinematic classics by switching the lead actor. Do you think our casting changes would make these movies better? Or are these movies great as they are?