This week, Adam and Kevin talk about Miguel Arteta's latest, Duck Butter, which is playing in limited release now and premiered at Tribeca 2018. Adam gives his spoiler-free reaction to Avengers: Infinity War and recaps his time at Tribeca this year and talks about Seven Stages, Jonathan, Braid, Cargo, and Slut in a Good Way. Kevin talks about The King of Comedy, Behemoth, and Wild Wild Country.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Lynne Ramsey's latest, The Joaquin Phoenix-starring thriller You Were Never Really Here. Other films discussed include Isle of Dogs, Where Is Kyra?, Happy Anniversary, and Girls Always Happy.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Armando Iannucci's offbeat comedy The Death of Stalin. Other films discussed include Midnighters, I, Daniel Blake, Veronica, Last Men in Aleppo, The Outsider, and Demon House.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Duncan Jones' latest, the sci-fi Netflix film Mute (spoilers are discussed!). Other featured films include Annihilation, The Florida Project, Survivor's Guide to Prison, The Lodgers, and November.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the highly anticipated Black Panther and talk about some other movies including The Long Goodbye, Mohawk, His Girl Friday, Night of the Living Dead Criterion Collection, and The Trip to Spain.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Alex Ross Perry's latest, Golden Exits alongside some stuff from our watch list including Cloak & Dagger, Before We Vanish,The Cloverfield Paradox, The Graduate, A Futile and Stupid Gesture, Tragedy Girls, Hellraiser: Judgement, and Victor Crowley.
On this special Christmas episode of the podcast, Adam and Kevin welcome Ken Bakely back on the show to review four international Christmas films from Canada (Mon oncle Antoine), France (Santa Claus is Garbage), Hong Kong (Merry Christmas), and Australia (Crackers).
Adam and Kevin finally get caught up with Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird, and discuss one of this year's most talked about indies. Other films discussed include Maison du Bonheur, The Lure, Snowy Bing Bongs, Mudbound, Personal Shopper, The Voyeur, and Nocturama.
This week, Adam and Kevin review the much talked about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Other films discussed include The Post, Mudbound, The Shape of Water, Edge of Alchemy, and The Disaster Artist.
This week on this show, Adam and Kevin have three indie reviews lined up with two comedies featuring Noel Wells, Mr. Roosevelt and Infinity Baby, alongside Theodore Collatos' Tormenting the Hen. Other films discussed include A Woman, A Part, Thelma, and Justice League.