Movie Moments Podcast Ep. 001: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Movie Moments Podcast Ep. 001 with Jason Pyles

Welcome to the maiden voyage of the Movie Moments Podcast: One Movie, One Moment, and One Guest with your host, William Rowan Jr. This is a short-form podcast where the host and typically one guest will separately choose their favorite and/or personal, meaningful moment from the same previously agreed-upon movie, and then discuss why that moment means so much to them. This podcast also provides a chance for the host (and the listening audience) to get to know the guest better on a more personal level. If the host and guest choose the same moment, it becomes a “magic moment,” and they have to give each other a “Podcast Hug.”

In Episode 001, William welcomes special guest Jason Pyles (aka “Jay of the Dead”) of Movie Podcast Weekly and Horror Movie Podcast to discuss movie moments from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004). Join us!


SHOW NOTES:

Introduction
— Special guest Jason Pyles


[ 0:07:40 ] William’s Movie Moment: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)


[ 0:13:20 ] Jason’s Movie Moment: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)


Wrap-Up

** The music for this podcast is brought to you by The Bad Spellers.


GRAPHIC DESIGN BY: SHARON (BARTLETT) ROWAN


LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

Hear Jason on Movie Podcast Weekly

Hear Jay of the Dead on Horror Movie Podcast

Contact Movie Moments Podcast:
E-mail us: MovieMomentsPodcast@gmail.com.

Thanks for listening and join us again next time on the Movie Moments Podcast.


Author: William

William Rowan Jr: Director, Writer, Producer, and Podcaster.

4 thoughts on “Movie Moments Podcast Ep. 001: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)”

  1. I’ve loved this concept since it was first brought up in one of William Rowan Jr.’s guest appearances on MPW, and the execution exceeded my expectations. I had never considered how personal something as small as a moment likely has to be in order to stick with someone, so to hear you guys relate to these parts of the movie that might not be mentioned if it were a feature review was truly inspiring. And what a great movie to start with. Like Jay, I haven’t rewatched this one in years because of the impact it’s had on me in the past, and hearing you guys share like this is almost just as affecting. I’m looking forward to more episodes. I have no idea what I’ll be in for, but I’m going to be here for each one.

    1. Couldn’t agree more, Graham. In a world of podcasts aiming to sum up multitudes of entire movies in their running time it’s really refreshing to have one that zooms in to these precise, singular moments. It allows for an approach much more appreciative of the finer details. And that can never be a bad thing.

      1. Again, thank you so much for the kind words, David.
        I really wasn’t sure if people wanted to hear just one moment from a movie… but now I know there are least a few that do.

        What would have been your moment from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind?

    2. Thank you for such a kind review/comment. You never know if the idea in your head, that you think is good, will actually be good when you try to execute it.

      What would have been your moment from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *