In this week’s episode, Blonde is a downer, The Munsters is an upper, Hellraiser is a bummer, and evil finally dies tonight in Halloween Ends.
In this week’s episode, we’re finally back and so is Jon Hamm whose charisma is finally being used properly in Confess, Fletch, Owen Kline highlights the Funny Pages, while Justin Long finds the role he was born to play in Barbarian, and Mia Goth goes for broke in Pearl.
In this week’s episode, the modern generation gets its satirical slasher send-up with Bodies Bodies Bodies, a desperate Aubrey Plaza becomes Emily the Criminal, and George Miller delivers another memorable spectacle with Three Thousand Years of Longing.
In this week’s episode, Jordan Peele brings us a spectacle about the dangers of spectacle with Nope, while Netflix’s generic house style does it again with The Gray Man.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew have a 2022 Summer Extravaganza with Thor: Love and Thunder, Stranger Things 4: Volume 2, Elvis, and The Black Phone.
In this week’s episode, Tom Cruise is the world’s wingman in Top Gun: Maverick, while the Duffer brothers are running up that hill with Stranger Things 4: Volume 1. Andrew also shares his thoughts on Alex Garland’s Men and Jerrod Carmichael’s On the Count of Three.
In this week’s episode, Sam Raimi drags the MCU to hell with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, while Sundance 2021 comes back to haunt us with We’re All Going to the World’s Fair.
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, 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.
In this week’s episode, Chloé Zhao brings the Eternals to the MCU, Edgar Wright spends one Last Night in Soho, Wes Anderson goes full Wes Anderson for The French Dispatch, and Scott Cooper’s Antlers…is a movie.