This week on the show, Adam and Kevin discuss the civil war comedy Men Go To Battle directed by Zachary Treitz. Other films discussed include The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun, Zero Days, Fear City, The Sion Sono, Real Life, and Midnight Special.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review Michel Gondry's latest, Microbe and Gasoline, along with the Mickey Keating-directed horror film Carnage Park. Other films discussed include Wiener-Dog, Bunny Lake Is Missing, Men Go To Battle, Cemetery of Splendor, Independence Day: Resurgence (SPOILERS), Green Room, and Red Road.
This week on the podcast, Adam and Kevin review the top four films featured in the Spring 2016 edition of The Fandependent Film Festival with The Circus Animals, The Burden of My Company, Some Guy Who Kills People, and Two Fingers, The Windy City Wonder. Other films discussed include They Look Like People, Breaking a Monster, Man vs. Snake, The Fundamentals of Caring, and Hunt For The Wilderpeople.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at two upcoming indies with Anna Biller's The Love Witch and Kevin Chenault's Lattie. Other films discussed include Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Go Down Death, The Fake, Lions, Seoul Station, and Mr. Freedom.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about a few films screening at this year's Dances With Films Festival in Los Angeles with reviews of Lilith's Awakening, Shortwave, and Dinner with the Alchemist. Other films discussed include X-Men: Apocalypse,Eat Your Bones, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping,The Intern, The Wailing, Marvin, Seth, and Stanley, Zootopia, Kukurantumi, Beacon Point, Virtual Revolution, Misfortune, Preacher, Outcast, and Bloodline.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin discuss Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos' latest, The Lobster, along with the martial arts action film Kill Zone 2 starring Tony Jaa. Other films discussed include Mistress America, Tickled, Creed, and How to Steal A Million.
This week on the show Adam and Kevin review Jason Bateman's latest directorial effort, The Family Fang, starring Bateman alongside Nicole Kidman and Christopher Walken. Adam gives his spoiler-free thoughts on Captain America: Civil War, and talk about some other movies including Lady Snowblood, Unfriended, Room, Special Effects, Lemonade, Bite, and Nemesis.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review two new releases that hit VOD platforms with Ben Wheatley's High-Rise and William Cusick's Pop Meets The Void. Additional films discussed include Ip Man, Tale of Tales, Sisters, Heart of a Dog, Shelly, Lemonade, and Special Correspondents.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and discuss some of their favorite films screened there this year. Movies include: Holidays, Tiger Raid, Gift of Gab, Here Alone, California, Kicks, Fear, Inc., Rebirth, King Cobra, Always Shine, Actor Martinez, and Lovetrue among many others.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review two newly released indie horror films with the black and white psychological horror film Darling, and the home invasion thriller Hush. Additional films discussed include The Bigamist, Everybody Wants Some!!, Touch of Evil, Hardcore Henry, Red Right Return, and Hit 2 Pass.
This week, after a brief hiatus, Adam and Kevin are back to review the gory Turkish horror film Baskin along with some other stuff they've been watching including Midnight Special, The Martian, Pee-Wee's Big Holiday, Spotlight, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, A Report on the Party and Guests, They're Watching, and The Corpse of Anna Fritz.
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.