In this week’s episode, Elijah Wood attempts to reconcile with his father in the bonkers Come to Daddy, Alfonso Cuaron reflects on his own creative process in Road to Roma while we reflect on Cuaron’s entire filmography.
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, Avengers: Endgame conquers all while Ryan and Andrew search for the deeper meaning of everything with Andrew Garfield in Under the Silver Lake.
In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew share their thoughts on a variety of films including Shazam, Dumbo, Pet Sematary, The Beach Bum & Unicorn Store. Ryan also goes off the deep end with thoughts on Life Itself & The Dirt.
In this week’s episode, Michael B. Jordan continues to inject life into the Rocky franchise in Creed II while filmmaker Steve McQueen gets a bit more mainstream with Viola Davis for Widows. Ryan also gets lost on The Other Side of the Wind.
In this week’s episode, The Coen Brothers head back to the old West with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Lucas Hedges & Joel Edgerton bring Garrard Conley’s story to the big-screen in Boy Erased, and Melissa McCarthy & Richard E. Grant form an unexpected dream team in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
In this week’s episode, Michael Myers returns to Haddonfield for David Gordon Green’s Halloween while Drew Goddard takes us back in time to the Lake Tahoe of the late 1960s with Bad Times at the El Royale.
In this week’s episode, Andrew flies solo with his thoughts on Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga taking the music world by storm in A Star is Born as well as Tom Hardy camping it up in Venom.
In this week’s episode, Andrew finally gets to talk some Nicolas Cage with Mandy while Jeffrey Wright Holds the Dark for Jeremy Saulnier.
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In this week’s episode, Eli Roth tries his hand at family friendly thrills in The House with a Clock in Its Walls while Chloe Sevigny & Kristen Stewart bring the infamous true story of Lizzie Borden to the big-screen. We’ll also be continuing our Best Picture showcase by taking a look at 1929’s The Broadway Melody.