This week, Adam and Kevin do a retro review for Andrzej Zulawski's 1981 horror classic Possession, now available on Mubi. Other films discussed include John's of 12th Street, Klown Forever, 10 Cloverfield Lane, and News From Home.
This week, Adam and Kevin welcome Timothy Morton and Jimmy Kustes on the show and talk about their film New Cops, available for free now on Nobudge.com and review Terrence Malick's latest, Knight of Cups. Other films discussed include New Cops, I Knew Her Well, Ava's Possessions, John's of 12th Street, Road Games, Kung Fu Master!, Days of Heaven, Bridge of Spies, and Thank You For Playing.
This week on a special 200th episode of Ryan Watches a Movie, Ryan attempts to watch Terrence Malick's To The Wonder in honor of Knight of Cups hitting theaters but before that, Ryan and Kevin compete to see how many Ryan quotes can be matched to the movies he's watched over the last four years.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at a newly released indie comedy with Diamond Tongues and talk about some other movies including Death By Hanging, Blood Diner, New Cops, The Decline of Western Civilization Parts I and III, Life Is Sweet, The Advocate For Fagdom, Straight Outta Compton, and The Look of Silence.
This week, Adam and Kevin review two new suspenseful horror films with The Witch and The Invitation. Additional films discussed include: The Great Hip Hop Hoax, Anomalisa, Where to Invade Next, Stray Dogs, Times Square, and Perfect Thoughts.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about two new indie horror movies with the anthology film Southbound and the zombie romantic comedy Nina Forever. Other films discussed include: Deadpool, Granny's Dancing on the Table, Incident at Loch Ness, Menthol, Among Friends, 99 Homes, and Trouble Every Day.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the latest Coen brothers film, Hail Caesar!, along with some other stuff they've been watching including: You Wont Miss Me, Contamination, Zabriskie Point, Don't Torture a Duckling, V For Vendetta, Amer, and Charlie's Country.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin get in the festival spirit with reviews of three indie films screening at this year's Slamdance Film Festival- Neptune, Driftwood, and Chemical Cut. Additional films discussed include: Synchronicity, The Second Awakening of Christa Klages, Martyrs (2016), Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, How To Plan an Orgy in a Small Town, and Nuts!.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at Alejandro G. Iñárritu's survival thriller The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. Additional films discussed include Jurassic World, Ball of Fire, Charade, and Wake Me When I Leave.