TDOC Episode #165: The Best Films & Performances of 2021

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.

TDOC Episode #161: Licorice Pizza, Parallel Mothers & The 2022 Oscar Nominations

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.

TDOC Episode #156: The Power of the Dog, Spencer, & tick, tick…BOOM!

In this week’s episode, Kristen Stewart lives her life like a candle in the wind in Spencer, everyone’s unhappy in New York, especially a singing Andrew Garfield, in tick, tick…BOOM!, and Benedict Cumberbatch embraces his masculinity in The Power of the Dog.

TDOC Episode #130: Our 2020 Film Catch-Up Part 1 & Our Favorite Composers

In this week’s episode, Ryan and Andrew discuss a number of 2020 film releases they’ve recently caught up on, including Another Round, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, One Night in Miami…, Kajillionaire, and many others. They also discuss their favorite film & television composers and preview their 2021 Sundance Film Festival slate.

TDOC Episode #123: I’m Thinking of Ending Things & You Cannot Kill David Arquette

In this week’s episode, Charlie Kaufman envelops Netflix in existential crisis with I’m Thinking of Ending Things while David Arquette seeks redemption in the squared circle in You Cannot Kill David Arquette. We also debate our dream casting choice for Charlie Kaufman’s next opus. 

TDOC Episode #56: The House with a Clock in Its Walls, Lizzie & 1929’s The Broadway Melody

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.