- Aubree’s Top 10:
- A Quiet Place
- Eighth Grade
- A Star Is Born
- Mission: Impossible – Fallout
- The Polka King
- A Simple Favor
- Brent’s Top 10:
- The Favourite
- The Death of Stalin
- First Man
- Eighth Grade
- Leave No Trace
- Support the Girls
- First Reformed
- Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
I’m back in the studio with my brother Eric and my sister-in-law Jessi to talk through The Favourite, the new historical drama/comedy from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos. We also talk about endings and narrative ambiguity as it applies to the movie industry as a whole. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
We’re on the road again as I’m joined by my fellow Indiana Film Journalists Association members Nick, Evan and Sam to talk over Roma, the new Netflix film by Alfonso Cuarón. We also go over the results of the 2018 IFJA Awards, including the surprise Best Picture win for The Hate U Give. There’s even some love for the upcoming Aquaman upon the release of its new theme song. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
It’s our first mobile podcast as I’m joined by my friends Joe and Casey to step into the ring to discuss Creed II, the new boxing movie starring Michael B. Jordan. Then we talk about other shows we’ve been watching, including Jack Ryan (first season streaming on Amazon Prime) and FX’s Fargo (all three seasons available on Hulu). I also try and fail miserably to correctly pronounce Mahershala Ali’s name several times. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
I’m joined by my friend Charlie as we break out the getaway car to discuss Widows, the new heist film from 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen. Then we talk about other items we’ve been watching, including the new Coen Brothers film The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, which is now streaming on Netflix. We also have a chat about why I should watch X-Files and why Star Trek is like college football. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
I’m joined by my wife Aubree once again as we go green to discuss The Grinch, the latest update on the Dr. Seuss tale from Illumination. Then we’ll catch up with the Oscar-contending musical A Star Is Born, the directorial debut from Bradley Cooper. We’ll also touch on new Netflix titles from October, including the second season of Making a Murderer. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
I’m joined by my friend Jon as we saddle up on our horses to discuss The Sisters Brothers, the new Western from French director Jacques Audiard. Then we discuss a couple excellent series to stream on Netflix, including the new 3rd season of Daredevil and the new horror series The Haunting of Hill House. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
I’m joined by my friend Stephanie as we blast out of orbit to discuss First Man, the new Neil Armstrong biopic from Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle. Then we discuss new options available to watch at home, including the new Netflix reality series Dancing Queen and the excellent family drama Leave No Trace, which is now available to rent. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
On this solo episode, I run down some of the most notable releases coming out the next few months:
- Sept 21 (Limited) – The Sisters Brothers
- Sept 28 (Limited) – The Old Man & The Gun
- Oct 5 – A Star is Born
- Oct 5 – Venom
- Oct 12 – First Man
- Oct 12 – Bad Times at the El Royale
- Oct 19 – Halloween
- Oct 19 (Limited) – Mid90s
- Nov 2 – Bohemian Rhapsody
- Nov 2 – Suspiria
- Nov 2 – The Other Side of the Wind
- Nov 9 – The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story
- Nov 9 – Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch
- Nov 9 – Overlord
- Nov 9 (Limited) – Burning
- Nov 16 – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
- Nov 16 – The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
- Nov 16 – Widows
- Nov 21 – Creed II
- Nov 21 – Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2
- Nov 23 (Limited) – The Favourite
- Nov 30 (Limited) – If Beale Street Could Talk
- Dec 7 (Limited) – Under the Silver Lake
- Dec 14 – Mortal Engines
- Dec 14 – Roma
- Dec 19 – Mary Poppins Returns
- Dec 21 – Aquaman
- Dec 21 – Bumblebee
- Dec 21 – Holmes and Watson
- Dec 21 – Vice
I’m joined by my friend Zach as we trek deep into the rainforest to parse through The Predator, the latest in the sci-fi action saga. Then we discuss some worthwhile streaming options, including the first two seasons of Letterkenny (now on Hulu) and the second season of Ozark (now on Netflix). We may even do our own rendition of the Schwarzenegger-Weathers handshake. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.