Showing posts from November, 2023

All of Us Strangers

We review  All of Us Strangers , a movie about love, grief, nostalgia, and making peace with things. Ryan j oins us to talk about this unusual film, with the first-half of the episode being spoiler-free, and the back-half featuring a spoiler discussion.

Criterion: The Killing

Before Noirvember ends, we wanted to bring you a new episode about one of the later efforts during the peak of the film noir genre -- it's Stanley Kubrick's The Killing . This 1956 lean and mean movie follows a a cadre of fellas as they plan to pull off a heist at a racetrack. Grant joins us in this Criterion episode. Listen at the link below.

The Holdovers, It's a Wonderful Knife

Christmas comes early this week as Matt, Ashley and Rachel review two new films set around the holidays! First up is a film that riffs on It's a Wonderful Life by having a young woman learn what life would be like if she'd never been born -- and thus not been around to stop a serial killer. Then, we travel back to 1970, where a teacher, a cafeteria worker and a student spend the holidays together at a boarding school. You can click below to listen to our latest episodes!

RETRO: Sleepless in Seattle

Tom Hanks plays a widower living in Seattle. Meg Ryan plays a woman who is engaged, but decides that her destiny is with the aforementioned widower whom she's never met. This is the premise for a classic '90s romantic drama celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Ryan joins Matt & Ashley to talk about Sleepless in Seattle , in our latest Retro episode.

Killers of the Flower Moon (SPOILERS), What Happens Later

We have two new episodes for you this week! In the first, Ashley, Matt & Ryan dive into a (spoiler) review of the new Martin Scorsese epic, Killers of the Flower Moon . Then, Matt & Ashley talk about the new Meg Ryan/David Duchovny relationship drama, What Happens Later . Click the links below to listen to our latest episodes...