In this week’s episode, there is truth in advertising with Nicolas Cage in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and Robert Eggers strikes again with his viking epic The Northman.
In this week’s episode, Richard Linklater returns to folky-americana…again with Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood, while Jacques Audiard examines sexual attraction with Paris, 13th District.
In this week’s episode, we experience both the death of cinema with Morbius, and the power of cinema with Everything Everywhere All at Once.
In this week’s episode, Ti West ushers in his brand of indie horror to A24 and crafts something quite unexpected with X, while Domee Shi embraces the infectious energy of the noble red panda in Pixar’s Turning Red.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss their favorite films of 2021, in addition to their favorite performances, best directors, and best screenplays of the year, amongst other accolades.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss a number of 2021 film releases they’ve recently caught up on, including The Worst Person in the World, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, House of Gucci, and numerous others.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew take on a pair of three hour epics in the blockbuster detective noir The Batman, and the quiet, contemplative Drive My Car.
In this week’s episode, Johnny Knoxville and the gang are, as usual, up to no good in Jackass Forever, while Sean Baker works his magic on Simon Rex in Red Rocket. We also discuss some of the recent controversial changes to the live Oscars telecast.
In this week’s episode, Paul Thomas Anderson heads back to the valley for some absurd escapades in Licorice Pizza, while Pedro Almodóvar once again examines motherhood in Parallel Mothers. We also discuss the 2022 Oscar Nominations.
In this week’s episode, Joel Coen gets Shakespearian with The Tragedy of Macbeth, Olivia Colman masters portraying anxiety on-screen in The Lost Daughter, and Andrew longs for Wes Craven throughout 2022’s Scream.