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.
In this week’s episode, Shane Black does his best Shane Black impression in The Predator while Paul Feig does the audience A Simple Favor by actually directing a movie. Andrew will also share his wrap-up thoughts on his TIFF experience while we also kick-off our brand new feature where we will be examining every Oscar winner for Best Picture ever.
In this week’s episode, Crazy Rich Asians takes the box office by storm two weeks in a row while the story of long-lost triplets isn’t all that it appears to be in Three Identical Strangers.
In this week’s episode, Spike Lee returns to remind audiences just how important a filmmaking voice he is with BlacKkKlansman while Bo Burnham breaks onto the scene with his coming of age tale Eighth Grade.