TFH Presents

The Movies That Made Me

with your hosts Josh Olson & Joe Dante

Tobias Lindholm

Season 05 | Episode 41

Tobias Lindholm

Writer / Director / Showrunner

Writer, director, show runner Tobias Lindholm discusses a few of his favorite movies with Josh Olson and Joe Dante.

Tobias Lindholm

 

Show Notes:

Movies Referenced In This Episode

The Good Nurse (2022)

1917 (2019) – Dennis Cozzalio on the films of 2109

Jaws (1975) – Josh Olson’s trailer commentary

Another Round (2020)

The Hunt (2012)

A Hijacking (2012)

A War (2015)

E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982)

Beat Street (1984)

Style Wars (1983)

*Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1960)

The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner (1962)

Pretty Woman (1990) – Allan Arkush’s trailer commentary

*Klute (1971) – Katt Shea’s trailer commentary, Charlie Largent’s Criterion Blu-ray review

*A Woman Under The Influence (1974)

*One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) – Adam Rifkin’s trailer commentary

The Godfather (1972) – Ernest Dickerson’s trailer commentary, Glenn Erickson’s Blu-ray review, Randy Fuller’s wine pairings

*The Verdict (1982)

Tar (2022)

The Celebration (1998)

*Sea Of Love (1989)

Clockers (1995)

Taxi Driver (1976) – Rod Lurie’s trailer commentary

M (1931)

*Se7en (1995)

Citizen Kane (1941) – John Landis’s trailer commentary, Glenn Erickson’s Criterion Blu-ray review

Silence of the Lambs (1991) – Allan Akush’s trailer commentary, Glenn Erickson’s Criterion and 4K Blu-ray reviews

Heat (1995)

Under Fire (1983)

*The Idiots (1998)

*L’Enfant (2005)

Rosetta (1999)

Benny’s Video (1992)

East of Eden (1955) – Larry Cohen’s trailer commentary

Gremlins (1984) – Glenn Erickson’s Blu-ray review, TFH’s Mogwai Madness

Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)

United 93 (2006)

Captain Phillips (2013)

Thirteen Lives (2022)
Reptilicus (1961)

The Trapped 13: How We Survived the Thai Cave (2022)

 

Other Notable Items

Our new home at the Airwave Media podcast network!

Krysty Wilson-Cairns

Jessica Chastain

Eddie Redmayne

Borgen miniseries (2010-11)

Todd Pfeiffer 

Jim Jarmusch

Thomas Johnston 

The Coen Brothers

Jean-Luc Godard

Francois Truffaut

Alan Sillitoe

The kitchen sink realism movement 

Dogme 95

John Cassavettes

David Fincher

Mindhunter TV series (2017-2019)

Alan J. Pakula

Jody Lee Lipes

Jane Fonda

Donald Sutherland

Peter Falk

Gena Rowlands

Noah Emmerich 

SAG
Jack Nicholson

Paul Newman

Cate Blanchett

Mogens Rukov

Thomas Vinterberg 

The Paprika Steen podcast episode

Sidney Lumet

David Mamet

Our pals at Movies Unlimited!

Richard Price

The New York Yankees

Samuel L. Jackson

Ellen Barkin

“Sea of Love” by Phil Phillips (1959)

“Sea of Love” cover by Tom Waits (1989)

Hannibal Lecter

Kevin Spacey

Morgan Freeman

Gwyneth Paltrow

Brad Pitt

Michael Mann

Nick Nolte

Joanna Cassidy

Bodil Jørgensen

Lars von Trier 

The Kingdom: Exodus miniseries (2022)

Peter Aalbæk Jensen

The Swedish Film Institute

The Dardenne Brothers

Michael Haneke

The Sundance Film Festival Screenwriters Lab

Quentin Tarantino

Paul Greengrass

Tom Hanks

Ron Howard

Viggo Mortensen

Reptilicus novelization by Dean Owen (1961)

Thai Cave Rescue limited series (2022)

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About the Podcast

Filmmakers and entertainers discuss the movies that inspired them. Hosted by Oscar nominated screenwriter and TFH Guru Josh Olson and TFH Fearless Leader Joe Dante.

The Movies That Made Me is recorded live in Hollywood and engineered by film composer Don Barrett.

About The Hosts

Josh Olson was the only student in his second grade class to see The House That Dripped Blood. Many years later, he wrote and directed the no-budget horror film, INFESTED, a brutal assault on The Big Chill, with zombies. He went on to write the screenplay for A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE and was nominated for the WGA, BAFTA and Academy Awards for Best Screenplay. He kept losing to Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, but that’s okay.

He has written features and TV shows with Harlan Ellison, Walter Hill, Slash, Willie Nelson, and Mick Jagger. His Village Voice essay “I Will Not Read Your Fucking Script” became an internet phenomenon, getting upwards of five million hits.

The ten-part audio drama BRONZEVILLE which he wrote, starring Laurence Fishburne, Larenz Tate, Tracee Ellis Ross, Omari Harwicke and Tika Sumpter was a popular and critical hit, and is currently being developed for TV. He and John Brancato (THE GAME) recently wrote and sold the feature spec TRIGGER WARNING, which is being produced by Thunder Road.

Joe Dante is a director known for his satirical blend of horror and comedy viewed through the lens of grounded, relatable American life. his career in film began as a movie critic at age 12. A few years later, he conspired with Jon Davison to produce The Movie Orgy, an experimental exploration of ‘50s pop culture that metamorphosed into a hit phenomenon bringing Dante to college campus showings nationwide.

Soon after, he followed Jon to Hollywood where he edited trailers for producer Roger Corman before co-directing his first feature, Hollywood Boulevard. His first solo film, Piranha, successfully kickstarted his legendary career with titles like The Howling, Gremlins, The ‘Burbs, Innerspace, and more.

Joe’s dedication to preserving the history of cinema and his near encyclopedic knowledge of movies led to the creation of Trailers From Hell, a web series offering viewers a brief history lesson of movies discussed through their respective trailers.