Happy 2019 and welcome to The Obsessive Viewer’s2018 Year in Review episode! It’s our annual episode where Tiny, Mike, and myself share our movie viewing stats for the year, our top ten favorite movies list, and otherwise just nerd out about our year in movies and life! So buckle in and prepare yourself for the episode we always looking forward to and enjoy!
Happy New Year and welcome to our 2017 Year in Review episode! This week we welcome back former full-time co-host Mike to discuss our 2017 viewing stats, our best and worst movies of the year lists, and to catch up on each other’s lives.
Happy New Year and welcome to our 2016 Year in Review episode! This week we welcome back former full-time co-host Mike to discuss our 2016 viewing stats, our best and worst movies of the year lists, and to catch up on each other’s lives. Continue reading →
It’s that time again where we reflect on our year in movies. In this episode we share our viewing stats for 2015, movies we missed and honorable mentions, and, of course, we go through our best and worst movies of 2015. Continue reading →
Tiny had a really impressive movie watching year in 2014 and to commemorate it, he wrote a massive blog post about it. Here it is in all its glory. Of course, be sure to follow Tiny on Twitter @ObsessiveTiny and check out his side project podcast: The Secular Perspective.
Here’s Mike’s 2014 Best and Worst movies lists. Check back later in the week for a full podcast discussion of this list and my and Tiny’s stats and lists as well. Also, follow Mike on Twitter @IAmMikeWhite and also check out his band (and download their EP for free!) at http://asgoodasitgetsband.bandcamp.com/.
Here’s the premiere of our third season of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We took some time off for the holidays and now we’re back with a look back at the best and worst movies we saw in 2013. Check the show notes for timestamps and a whole year’s worth of Obsessive Viewer blog articles.
When I was around 15 or 16 years old and Netflix just had their "DVD by mail" service, I "discovered" Seven Samurai and was really awestruck by it. Even though I probably was too young and inexperienced to really appreciate the nuances and influence it had on film, I was still enamored with the characterization, the drama, the action, the […]
A pretty dry look at Mifune's career and his relationship with Kurosawa, in particular. I really wish it had dived deeper into Mifune's life and personality. Unfortunately it doesn't spend much time on the topics it covers. Instead, it's pretty much an overview of the subject of Mifune, with bits of Japanese history and Japanese cinema th […]
Started off kind of rocky with some bits that didn't land as hard for me and/or had their punchlines spoiled in the trailer. There was also some distracting editing throughout it that I assume for one reason or another was due to the three leads being so young. But aside from those quibbles, Good Boys is really funny in a way that plays up the innocence […]