This week, Adam and Kevin review Quentin Dupieux's latest mind trip, Reality, and Film Pulse contributor Ernie Trinidad comes back on the show for a review of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Other films discussed include A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Tales of the Grim Sleeper, Adult Beginners, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, Chinese Coffee, The Drownsman, and Alice, Sweet Alice.
This week with the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival wrapping up, Adam and Kevin discuss some highlights from this year's festival and talk about tons of movies including Tenured, Necktie Youth, Applesauce, and Virgin Mountain among others.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about two new crime films with Cut Bank, available in select cities and VOD now, and The Resurrection of a Bastard, playing now in Los Angeles and available on VOD Tuesday. Other films discussed include Perfect Blue, The Dead Lands, World of Tomorrow, Going Clear, Stinking Heaven, Ding-A-Ling-Less, and It Follows.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the Australian drama 52 Tuesdays, playing in select cities and on Fandor now, as well as the indie comedy Apartment Troubles, available now on VOD platforms. Other films discussed include Torso, The Mysterious Death of Pérola, Into the Woods, Gabi on the Roof in July, Dead Rising: Watchtower, and Ape.
Below you’ll find the video companion to the what we’ve been watching segment from this week’s podcast. Films discussed include Manhattan Murder Mystery, Phenomena, Dead End Drive-In, and Zombeavers.
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This week, Adam and Kevin take a trip to Italy with reviews of La Sapienza, playing now NY, and Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's Spring, playing now in select cities and on VOD platforms. Other films discussed include Manhattan Murder Mystery, Creepers (AKA Phenomena), Dead End Drive-In, and Zombeavers.
This week, Adam and Kevin review David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars, the Mads Mikkelsen-starring Western The Salvation, and the indie comedy Wild Canaries. Other films discussed include My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, Revenge of the Ninja, All This Mayhem, Frames, and The Hunting Ground.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the indie drama Sabbatical starring Robert Longstreet, the coming of age drama All the Wilderness, and the Oscar nominated Wild Tales. Other films discussed include The Equalizer, Girlhouse, John Wick, Digging Up The Marrow, and Wild in the Streets.
This week, Adam and Kevin review two vampire movies that came out this week with What We Do in the Shadows and Spike Lee's Da Sweet Blood of Jesus. They also discuss some other stuff they watched including Daisies, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, Hits, The Red and the White, Wyrmwood, For Colored Girls, and Kingsman: The Secret Service.
This week on the show Adam and Kevin review two new movies about mentally ill men with Enter the Dangerous Mind and The Voices, as well as talking about some stuff they've watched including Iraqi Odyssey, Tired Moonlight, Valedictorian, Pervert Park, American Ninja, and The Gold Rush.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the Slamdance 2015 Audience Award winner Across the Sea, the romantic dramedy Amira & Sam, and talk about some other stuff they've been watching including Girlhood, The Creator of the Jungle, Red Army, The Mack, and Ballet 422.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the Mo Brothers' Killers, as well as the Sundance premiering film Christmas, Again directed by Charles Poekel. Additional films discussed include The Day of the Triffids, Black Sea, Grave of Fireflies, Mommy, The Burning, and Everly.