Podcast: 319 – US

Adam and Kevin do their best at giving a spoiler-free review of Jordan Peele's Us along with some other stuff including The Monkey Hustle, Bone, The Gleaners & I, Dragged Across Concrete, and Shazam!.

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SHAZAM! Review

At its core, Shazam! is supposed to be fun, light and goofy, and Sandberg embodies this in the film, with DC’s most humorous movie to date.

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Director Joel Potrykus always seemed to have a penchant for foul man-children, but his latest, Relaxer, is his magnum opus of slackerdom.

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What the Fest!?: DEPRAVED Review

In the best Frankenstein-like story since the unironically great Frankenhooker, Larry Fessenden’s first directorial effort since 2013’s Beneath marks his most ferociously entertaining feature to date.

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In his most mature work to date, writer, director and modern exploitation savant S. Craig Zahler crafts a meticulously sprawling crime thriller with Dragged Across Concrete, a 158-minute homage to the gritty cop dramas of yore.



Magnolia has released a new trailer and poster for the upcoming horror-thriller Body at Brighton Rock, which involves a park guide who gets lost in the mountains only to stumble upon a dead body. Written and directed by Roxanne Benjamin, the film stars Karina


Podcast: 318 – KNIFE+HEART

Adam and Kevin take a look at the modern giallo Knife+Heart, which opened this weekend in limited release. Other stuff discussed includes Triple Frontier, Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?, Strip Nude For Your Killer, The Guilty, and Kolobos.


Criterion Announces June 2019 Titles

The Criterion Collection has announced their lineup for June 2019, with releases including a film trilogy by Ingmar Bergman (Through A Glass Darkly, Winter Light, and The Silence), George StevensSwing TimeJohn Cameron Mitchell‘s Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Bruno Dumont‘s La vie de Jésus

Laura Steinel’s FAMILY Gets a Trailer

The Film Arcade has released the trailer for Laura Steinel‘s comedy Family, starring Taylor Schilling as a career-focused woman who must take care of her Juggalo niece after her estranged brother asks for help. The film also stars Bryn Vale, Brian Tyree Henry,

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Larry Fessenden’s DEPRAVED Gets a Teaser

Glass Eye Pix has released a teaser trailer for Larry Fessenden‘s upcoming horror film Depraved, which is set to make its world premiere at this year’s What The Fest!? in New York. The film is a modern Frankenstein story involving