In this week’s episode, Brad Pitt travels to the far reaches of space in search of his father in Ad Astra, Jennifer Lopez & Constance Wu form a team of Hustlers to take on the men of Wall Street, and Ryan and Andrew try and figure out what the hell Todd Phillips was trying to do with Joker.
In this week’s episode, Pennywise terrorizes Derry, Maine all over again in It Chapter Two, Shia LaBeouf continues his renaissance with The Peanut Butter Falcon & Ready or Not keeps the horror-comedy sub-genre alive just enough. Ryan and Andrew also provide their thoughts on the currently on-going Fall Festival season which will shortly give away to full-on Awards Season.
In this week’s episode, Jacob Tremblay embraces the R rating in Good Boys while Bruce Springsteen’s music has value in an unexpected place in Blinded by the Light.
In this week’s episode, Awkwafina navigates familial and cultural issues in The Farewell while Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark could have used a darker edge. Ryan and Andrew also discuss Spider-Man leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as Annapurna’s recent struggles as a production company.
In this week’s episode, Quentin Tarantino delivers one of the more unique films of his career in Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, Pixar has a case of sequel-itis with Toy Story 4 & The Lion King remake exists…but should it?
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew take a deep dive into Netflix’s Stranger Things 3 and look ahead to what we could possibly see in the inevitable Stranger Things 4. We also touch on Paul Thomas Anderson’s music video collaboration with Thom Yorke, Anima, which also recently dropped on Netflix.
In this week’s episode, Jake Gyllenhaal becomes Mysterio for Spider-Man: Far from Home, Mark Hamill takes on the iconic role of Chucky in Child’s Play, and Ari Aster delivers another horror epic with Midsommar.