Showing posts from November, 2020

Let Him Go, Uncle Frank

W e're back with two reviews during this Thanksgiving weekend! First is Uncle Frank , a story set in 1973 about a gay uncle who bonds with his niece, both of whom feel like outsiders within their own family. Then, there's the tense western, Let Him Go , starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Our latest podcasts are available for you to listen!

Criterion: To Sleep with Anger

I n our latest episode focusing on films available from the Criterion Collection, Matt & Ashley are joined by Sundiata to discuss To Sleep with Anger. Danny Glover plays a man who causes trouble for a family the moment he shows up on their doorstep. It's a layered, complex drama that unfolds in this 1990 Charles Burnett classic.

Love and Monsters, Dating Amber

W e review two news movies this week! First up is Love and Monsters -- a young man living in a post-apocalyptic world full of giant frogs, crabs, slugs and snails decides to travel 85 miles across land to find his girlfriend from when life was normal. Matt & Ashley review this new movie, available for streaming. Then, life is difficult in mid-90s Ireland for a young man and a young woman who are coming to terms with their sexuality. To alleviate the stress of taunting from their peers, the two decide to pretend-date each other. Ashley & Matt review the new movie, Dating Amber , now available for streaming.

Rebecca (2020)

A young woman marries a widower and soon finds herself living in the shadow of his late wife, the titular Rebecca. Ashley & Matt review the net Netflix movie that's an adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel.

Favorite Political Films

On the eve of the U.S. election, Ashley, Benny and Matt discuss what each of their favorite political movies are.