With Season Four around the corner, Dylan takes a break from movies to do a very deep dive into Season Three's episode, San Junipero!
Dylan covers a Marilyn Monroe movie for the first time!
Jason came prepared to defend The Guest as a guiltless pleasure thriller made by a horror director who knew exactly what he was doing. Meanwhile, I was on board until the third act completely derailed the whole experience. Give a listen to our conversation and let us know what you thought.
For both myself and Chris, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World felt like it was made just for us. Now, it’s safe to say that some shine has come off the ultimate nerd fairy tale.
Dylan and the gang look into a fascinating documentary explaining the behind the scenes story of a shot-for-shot fan film of Steven Spielberg's classic, Raiders of the Lost Ark.
After Steven Spielberg's classic Raiders of the Lost Ark was released 35 years ago, three 11-year-old boys from Mississippi set out on what would become a 7-year-long labor of love and tribute to their favorite film: a faithful, shot-for-shot adaptation of the action adventure film. They finished every scene...except one; the film's explosive airplane set piece. Over two decades later, the trio reunited with the original cast members from their childhood in order to complete their masterpiece. Featuring interviews with John Rhys Davies, Eli Roth and more, Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made is just that: the story of this long-gestating project's culmination, chronicling the friends' dedication to their artistic vision-mixed in with some movie magic-to create a personal, epic love letter to a true modern classic.
Dylan and his guest talk about how Arrival Shows The Power and Limit of Language In An All-Time Sci-Fi Great
For all of its power in bringing drag and queer culture to an increasingly mainstream audience, guest Josh Morrison also wants us to recognize that, at times, RuPaul’s Drag Raceand its titular queen don’t have a flawless track record when it comes to trans equality and gay misogyny.
For all of its memorable gadgets, Back to the Future Part II's future is bleak, pessimistic, and familiar. Even more familiar is the sight of a megalomaniac throwing around his abusive power from his golden tower. We looked at how Back to the Future not only predicted Trump's presidency but also made us forget that we could do any better.
We went deep into the film adaptation of Arthur Miller's parabolic "The Crucible", discussing the story's true villains, institutionalized evil, and the similarities with certain modern-day figures.
You don't HAVE to be a hockey-loving Canadian to appreciate 'Bon Cop, Bad Cop' but it sure doesn't hurt.
We spoke with Dylan Zimmerman from music podcast 'A Feedback Loop' about the bilingual buddy Cop movie that shattered Canadian box office records.
Now that The Force Awakens has had a chance to percolate in our minds for awhile, how exactly does it stand up against the rest of the Star Wars media? We look forward and backward through the saga with an all-star team of guests to predict the enduring legacy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The Fifth Element is chock-full of tropes and images that paint a grim picture of the role of women in the future. The real trick is to tease out which parts are satire and which parts are just plain sexist.
Dylan and Caroline sat down to talk all about gender, sci-fi, and the world-building of The Fifth Element.
Mike Grasso is back for another weird movie pulled from a weird back corner of Netflix. This time we're taking on Room 237, a documentary about fan theories surrounding Stanley Kubrick's 'The Shining.'
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