This week, Adam and Kevin review the folk horror film You Won't Be Alone, along with some other titles including Everything Everywhere All At Once, Choose or Die, and Ambulance.
This month, we're sharpening our swords with reviews of four exciting adventure movies released throughout the decade including Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, The Three Musketeers,
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the horror film We're All Going to the World's Fair, opening this week on VOD platforms.
leaves Seriously Red toothless for a film patterning itself after a woman known for her indomitable gumption.
This month, we're getting into some courtroom hijinks with reviews of four legal comedies released throughout the decade including The Bonfire of the Vanities, My Cousin Vinny, Fat
This week, Adam and Kevin review Jennifer Reeder's latest horror film, Night's End, which is dropping on Shudder this week, along with some other stuff including Jackass Forever, C
This has been a very long awards season, and the ups and downs of the race reflect it.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the horror-thriller Master, which is now available on Amazon Prime.
In a secluded room above a church, a group of posh and affluent white women sip tea and eat dessert while making polite conversation.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the horror film Bitch Ass, which premiered at this year's SXSW.
The still relatively new phenomenon of YouTube fame has brought about a new breed of celebrity with the platform’s ascension to the upper echelons of popular media and, with
The slapstick, heavy-found-footage horror Deadstream works much better as a sendup of exploitative YouTuber culture than as a Raimi-esque horror comedy.
The world of professional skateboarding during its ascendance into mainstream popularity inarguably has the aura of an insulated “boys club,” born out of and maintained within Cal
This week, Adam and Kevin review The Batman along with discussing some other titles including A Touch of Zen, Scream (2022), Tank Girl, No Exit, and Fresh.
With a meaningless story, underdeveloped plotlines, and a cringe-worthy performance from Emory Cohen, Big Gold Brick makes for a disappointing feature debut from Brian Petsos.
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This month, we're taking a step behind the scenes and taking a look at four films that focus on production including Matinee, Quiz Show, Radioland Murders, and The Late Shift.
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