This week, Fekkes makes his return to the podcast for a review of Palm Springs and The Old Guard. We also discuss Fekkes’ experience having COVID-19, Disney’s decision regarding Mulan and the future of cinemas and round out the episode with some Potpourri.
In this episode, Fekkes and I review It: Chapter Two. We also debate the merits of single entry franchise storytelling in the era of peak TV/storytelling, Disney+ trailers, Apple TV+, and the “Streaming Wars.”
Recorded July 23, 23019: In preparation for Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Fekkes and I are embarking upon a 3-part Quentin Tarantino retrospective leading up to the new film’s release. In this installment, Fekkes and I share our thoughts on Inglourious Basterds (2009), Django Unchained (2012), and The Hateful Eight (2015).
Recorded July 3, 2019: In preparation for Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Fekkes and I are embarking upon a 3-part Quentin Tarantino retrospective leading up to the new film’s release. In this installment, Fekkes and I share our thoughts on Kill Bill Vol 1 (2003), Kill Bill Vol 2 (2004), and Death Proof (2007).
Recorded April 3, 2019: In preparation for Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, Fekkes and I are embarking upon a 3-part Quentin Tarantino retrospective leading up to the new film’s release. In this installment, Fekkes and I share our thoughts on Reservoir Dogs (1992), Pulp Fiction (1994),and Jackie Brown (1997).
This week, Fekkes and I review the latest MCU movie, Captain Marvel! We also talk about the recent college admission bribery scheme news, updates on Amazon Prime’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series, Leaving Neverland, The Shield, and more.
This week, Fekkes and I review M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, the trilogy ending Glass. We also discuss the latest regarding the announcement of a new Ghostbusters movie, and chat about faith-based movies, trailers for A Dog’s Way Home, A Dog’s Journey, What Men Want, and Little.
In this bonus episode, Fekkes and I review the new DCEU movie, Aquaman, determine it’s place within the DCEU, and discuss the future of DC movies. We also talk about the insanely bizarre Kevin Spacey YouTube video, “Let Me Be Frank” that was posted on Christmas Eve, discuss Star Wars Episode IX news, and I share my thoughts on the Netflix doc The American Meme.
This week, Fekkes and I go in depth with our review of the latest Wizarding World movie, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. In Potpourri, we talk about the documentary Finders Keepers, Creed II, and Instant Family.
This week, Fekkes and I review the new Drew Goddard movie, Bad Times at the El Royale. We also discuss movie theater food and etiquette, and talk about The Oath, The Haunting of Hill House, and The Old Man & the Gun.
This week, I am joined by Fekkes to review Vanilla Sky for one of our patreon supporters! We also talk about 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Happytime Murders, the latest news about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and more.
This week, frequent guest Robert Fekkes returns to the podcast for a review of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. We also discuss AMC’s new MoviePass killer program A-List, Mindhunterseason 1, Sicario 2, the recent trip we took to Vegas and more.
Very cool tension that separates itself from the original often enough while still retaining the novelty that made the first one so enjoyable. The prologue showing the beginning of it all was well done. The addition of Cillian Murphy to the cast is great. Like the first one, it ends way too abruptly.
In usually completely disinterested in these villain origin story movies. I think it's a pretty boring trend and making villains into antiheroes just really does nothing for me.On that note, Cruella is slightly better than I expected it to be. Emma Stone's performance is a lot of fun and, although some of the humor falls super flat, the supporting […]