In the fifth edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, Tom Cruise depresses the masses by starring in Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy and Joel Edgerton tries the survive the post-apocalypse in It Comes At Night.
In the fourth edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, Ryan and Andrew go to battle over Wonder Woman and discuss the merits of animated toilet humor in Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.
In the third edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, Ryan and Andrew thank Michael Fassbender for making Alien: Covenant watchable and rage with a fiery passion on the absolute disaster that is Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. They also discuss Joaquin Phoenix & Sofia Coppola taking home big awards at the Cannes Film Festival and criticize the major studios for putting out sub-par films and expecting better box office results.
In the second edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, Ryan and Andrew bemoan having to sit through Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, while they also give their thoughts on the unique Colossal, starring Anne Hathaway & Jason Sudeikis. They also discuss the brewing Netflix controversy at the Cannes Film Festival, which officially kicked off today, and Jimmy Kimmel hosting the Oscars yet again in 2018.
In the inaugural edition of The Death of Cinema podcast, the summer movie season officially kicks off with Ryan and Andrew’s thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. They also visit the Independent Film Festival Boston where they take in a doubleheader of The Trip to Spain and Landline. They’ve also got thoughts on the latest Blade Runner 2049 trailer, Thom Yorke taking on the score for the Suspiria remake, and Scorsese’s long-in-development The Irishman finally getting greenlit, all amidst the chaos of dogs playing Clash of the Titans in Ryan’s apartment.