In this episode, I welcome my friend Nick Rogers (from MidwestFilmJournal.com) onto the show to review M. Night Shyamalan’s new film, Knock at the Cabin and the new Netflix comedy, You People. For potpourri, Nick shares his thoughts on 1976’s The Big Racket while I unveil my Chain Link Viewing Project and share my thoughts on 1991’s Stone Cold.
In this episode, I welcome my friend Sam Watermeier back to the show to help me close out the year with a breakdown of the Indiana Film Journalists Association top films of 2022. We also go over Sam’s personal top ten list.
In this episode, I welcome my friends Andy Carr and Mitch Ringenberg back to the show to review Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and Smile! Then, in a Potpourri segment, Andy and I briefly talk about The Menu and Bones and All.
In this episode, I am joined by my friends and IFJA colleagues Andy Carr and Joe Shearer to review B.J. Novak’s film, Vengeance ( currently in theaters)and round out the episode with a review of Dan Trachtenberg’s Prey (Hulu).
In this episode, I welcome my friends Andy Carr (Odd Trilogies Podcast) and Brent Leuthold (AwakeInTheDark.com) back to the show to review Scott Derrickson’s The Black Phone and Cooper Raiff’s Cha Cha Real Smooth.
In this episode, I welcome my friend Sam Watermeier from Midwest Film Journal back to the show to review Robert Eggers’ The Northman and Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World Dominion. We also discuss one of Sam’s favorite films, Todd Solondz’s 1998 film, Happiness and I give a brief review of Pixar’s latest, Lightyear.
In this episode, I welcome my friend Sam Watermeier (Midwest Film Journal) back to the show to review The Matrix Resurrections! I also share the podcast’s and my writing stats for 2021 and countdown my Honorable Mentions.
In this episode, I welcome my friend and colleague from the Indiana Film Journalists Association, Sam Watermeier to the show to discuss James Wan’s latest film, Malignant in all its crazy glory. We also discuss the upcoming Heartland Film Festival, Sam’s involvement with the Heartland Horror category, and some recent movies he’s seen.
In the latest installment of our Ebert’s Great Movies Review Series, our contributor and friend Ben Sears joins me to discuss the Yasujirō Ozu masterpiece Tokyo Story (1953) and Sidney Lumet’s prescient satire Network (1976) from Ebert’s “Great Movies” list. We also chat about Indy Film Fest, currently underway virtually, Ben’s thoughts on Yes, God, Yes and more.