The world of professional skateboarding during its ascendance into mainstream popularity inarguably has the aura of an insulated “boys club,” born out of and maintained within Cal
This week, Adam and Kevin review The Batman along with discussing some other titles including A Touch of Zen, Scream (2022), Tank Girl, No Exit, and Fresh.
With a meaningless story, underdeveloped plotlines, and a cringe-worthy performance from Emory Cohen, Big Gold Brick makes for a disappointing feature debut from Brian Petsos.
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This month, we're taking a step behind the scenes and taking a look at four films that focus on production including Matinee, Quiz Show, Radioland Murders, and The Late Shift.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the slow-burn body horror film A Banquet, along with some other stuff including Flee, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022), Odds and Evens, Subur
The horror genre has always wrung tension and thrived around the plausibility of the supernatural and stringing the audience along over whether what they think is happening is act
You expect food to be the central focus of A Taste of Hunger, given the title and the fact that the film centers on a chef named Carsten (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau).
This week, Adam and Kevin review Jean-Pierre Jeunet's latest, Bigbug, which is on Netflix now.
This week, Adam and Kevin discuss the films of the 2022 Slamdance Film Festival including The Civil Dead, Yelling Fire in an Empty Theater, Hannah Ha Ha, and Therapy Dogs among oth
With a new year upon us, for this month we decided to dive into the movies and mania surrounding Y2K.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie sci-fi comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes, along with some other stuff including Dual, The Immortal Jellyfish, Deep Cover, Si
This week, Adam and Kevin review Joel Coen's The Tragedy of Macbeth, along with some other stuff including Pickup on South Street, Cliff Walkers, Planet of the Apes (1968), Meander
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the year ahead and talk about their most anticipated movies of 2022.
Rounding out our 2021 top 10s is Chris! Be sure to check out all of our previously published lists and give our podcast a listen to hear us discuss what was another tumultuous yea
2021 was a decidedly meh year at the movies for me, however there were still a solid number of titles that reinforced my love for this medium.
In case you didn’t listen to this week’s podcast or want to refer back to Ken’s list, here are his top 10 films of 2021! Be sure to check through all our top 10s
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