Machester’s Grimmfest is gearing up to make its triumphant return to cinemas this year and before the madness kicks off October 7th, I thought I would highlight a selection of titles screening this year that I’m particularly excited to check out.
Believe it or not, it’s time for the Oscars. While many of the contests seem to have safe frontrunners, there are still quite a few that are somewhat uncertain, and at least one that is truly up in the air.
This week, Adam and Kevin strap in and review the 37 year-old lost film that's just now getting released, Grizzly II: Revenge, along with some other stuff they've been watching including PG: Psycho Goreman, Over Your Dead Body, Shadow In The Clouds, The Silent Partner and Nomadland.
Given the shit show that was 2020, there are obviously a lot of carry overs from that most anticipated list going into 2021. This will, no doubt, be another weird year for movies given the pandemic, but there are still plenty of
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look back at their most anticipated films of 2020 and see how everything turned out before looking forward to 2021 and discussing the most exciting releases that will hopefully be coming out.
Normally, I would post my top 50 films of the year around this time, split into two separate posts with 25 films each but given the absurd, continually dispiriting nature of the hell year that was 2020 I found myself unable to
2020 has been anything but a typical year for movies to say the least, but despite the theaters being closed and all the big releases getting bumped there have been a substantial amount of great movies from some fantastically talented people.
The shortened awards season this year has caused yet more confusion on the always-befuddling road to the Oscars. The chaos of having all of the major guilds and groups vote in such tight, overlapping timeframes has led to much debate on
2020 is looking like a great time for movies and this week on the podcast, Kevin and I sat down to discuss our most anticipated titles supposedly releasing this year. Here are 40 of the films we discussed on the show