Podcast: 415 – FEAR STREET Part 3, PIG

This week, Adam and Kevin review the final part of the Fear Street trilogy along with the Nicolas Cage-starring drama Pig. Other titles discussed include The Tomorrow War, Barb and Star Go To Vista del Mar, and Gunpowder Milkshake.


Pascual Sisto’s JOHN AND THE HOLE Gets a Trailer

IFC has released a trailer for the upcoming thriller John and the Hole from director Pascual Sisto. This very disturbing looking title involves a 13 year-old kid who discovers an unfinished bunker in the woods and decides to drug and throw his


Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s FLEE Gets a Trailer

Neon has released the trailer for the upcoming animated documentary Flee, from director Jonas Poher Rasmussen. The film follows the life of Amin Nawabi as he recounts his journey as a refugee from Afghanistan.

Expect Flee to release this year, however


Dash Shaw’s CRYPTOZOO Gets a Trailer

Magnolia has released a new trailer for the upcoming animated film Cryptozoo from director Dash Shaw (My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea). The film involves the lives of a group of zookeepers who work at a facility that houses a


Saved by the ’90s: Legal Thrillers

The '90s was the decade of Grisham, with a whopping seven adaptations of his novels released. This month we take a look at three of them (The Firm, The Pelican Brief, The Rainmaker) along with an adaptation of an Aaron Sorkin-written play, A Few Good Men.

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Tribeca 2021: ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME Review

Andrew Gaynord’s dark comedy about distrust and paranoia, All My Friends Hate Me, pits a birthday boy against his supposed friends as they gather for a weekend retreat in a posh manor. Unfortunately, the proceedings prove redundant as everyone involved is pretty


Quentin Dupieux’s MANDIBLES Gets a Trailer

What will certainly be one of the oddest movies of the year, Quentin Dupieux‘s comedy Mandibles has received a new trailer. The film involves two dim-witted friends who discover a giant fly in the trunk of a car and decide to train


Podcast: 413 – GAIA

This week, Adam and Kevin review the eco-horror movie Gaia and talk about some other stuff including Reunion, All My Friends Hate Me, Poser, and How It Ends.


HALLOWEEN KILLS Gets a Bloody New Trailer

Universal has released a new trailer for Halloween Kills which picks up minutes after the events of 2018’s pseudo-sequel. While this movie looks absolutely incredible, be warned that it looks like they give way too much away in this trailer unless it’s

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Tribeca 2021: THE NOVICE Review

Playing out like the rowing equivalent of Whiplash, Lauren Hadaway’s intense, frantic and constantly energetic The Novice is an overwhelming but fascinating look at obsession. Isabelle Fuhrman plays Alex Dall, a college freshman who decides she wants to join the novice crew



Netflix has released the trailer for the upcoming Western action flick The Harder They Fall, which has instantly rocketed to the top of my most anticipated list. The film is directed by Jeymes Samuel and features a powerhouse cast including Jonathan Majors,


Fantasia 2021: Second Wave of Titles Announced

In addition to a special screening of James Gunn’s upcoming The Suicide Squad, the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal has revealed its second wave of titles containing another buttload of features to be added to your watch list.



Podcast: 412 – CENSOR

This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the horror-thriller Censor and talk about some other stuff including Agnes, Chopping Mall, Ultrasound, The X-Files, The Novice, Hopscotch, See For Me, Sound of Metal, The Kids, and All The Streets Are Silent.