In this week’s episode, Host embraces the isolation era with a Zoom seance, while Gillian Jacobs writes a bad novel in I Used to Go Here. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on the passing of Chadwick Boseman, the The Batman trailer and choose their favorite movie trailers of all-time.
In this week’s episode, Eliza Hittman delivers a masterwork in Never Rarely Sometimes Always while Pete Davidson commits to his bad influence persona in Big Time Adolescence. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on what else they’ve been watching during self-isolation, including The Talented Mr. Ripley, Jerry Maguire, No Holds Barred, Dr. No and a pair of films from Wong Kar-Wai. They also pay tribute to the late great Adam Schlesinger.
In this week’s episode, Elizabeth Moss battles The Invisible Man while the Austrian filmmaking duo of Severin Fiala & Veronika Franz continue to self-destruct in The Lodge. Ryan and Andrew also share their thoughts on the No Time to Die delay and the impact of the Coronavirus on the film industry as a whole.
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, Rami Malek becomes Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody while Robert Redford smiles and so does the audience with The Old Man & the Gun.