TDOC Episode #151: Venom: Let There Be Carnage & The Many Saints of Newark

In this week’s episode, Woody Harrelson embraces Tom Hardy’s weirdo energy in Venom: Let There Be Carnage while we woke up this morning & got ourselves a gun for The Many Saints of Newark.

TDOC Episode #150: The Year in Film That Was 1997 – Part 2

In part 2 of this week’s episode, Andrew and Ryan undertake the task of awarding the Revisionist History Oscars for the year in film that was 1997.

TDOC Episode #149: The Year in Film That Was 1997 – Part 1

In this week’s episode, Andrew and Ryan discuss the year in film that was 1997. In part 2, they will once again undertake the task of awarding the Revisionist History Oscars.

TDOC Episode #148: Cry Macho, The Card Counter & Malignant

In this week’s episode, Oscar Isaac broods for Paul Schrader in The Card Counter, Clint Eastwood makes us Cry Macho, and who needs drugs when you’ve got James Wan’s Malignant.

TDOC Episode #147: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings & Candyman

In this week’s episode, Marvel pulls back the curtain on Phase Four with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Nia DaCosta takes us back to Cabrini-Green in Candyman.

TDOC Episode #146: CODA, Annette & Swan Song

In this week’s episode, CODA sings, Annette kills, and Swan Song makes us look good.

TDOC Episode #145: The Suicide Squad & Pig

In this week’s episode, James Gunn brings his brand of weirdo energy to DC in The Suicide Squad while Nicolas Cage seeks a reunion with his beloved pig in the aptly titled Pig.

TDOC Episode #144: The Green Knight & Stillwater

In this week’s episode, David Lowery delivers an audacious Arthurian adaptation in The Green Knight, while Matt Damon is an American roughneck in Marseille for Tom McCarthy in Stillwater.

TDOC Episode #143: Netflix’s Fear Street Trilogy

In this week’s episode, we tackle Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy adapted from the works of R.L. Stine.

TDOC Episode #142: Black Widow, No Sudden Move & Censor

In this week’s episode, Scarlett Johansson gets her Marvel swan-song in Black Widow, Steven Soderbergh delivers yet another crime caper in No Sudden Move, and film censorship gets nasty in Censor.