This week on Awake in the Dark, I’m joined by my friend Bart Good as we enter The Shimmer and attempt to break down Annihilation, the new sci-fi horror mind-bender from writer/director Alex Garland. Then we sing the praises of unhinged Nicolas Cage in his newest film Mom and Dad and Brigsby Bear takes a well-deserved victory lap. Our entire conversation could generally be described as Kafkaesque. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
On the third episode of Awake in the Dark, I’m joined by my friend Taylor as we unravel time and space to discuss A Wrinkle in Time, the latest Disney film based on the children’s novel by Madeleine L’Engle. We’ll also discuss a couple notable Netflix series, including The Crown and the new docuseries Flint Town. Then we do a brief Oscar recap and give the Academy some advice for next year’s telecast. There’s even a Mars Needs Moms reference for good measure. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.
On this slightly delayed second episode, I’m joined by my friend and colleague Jared Kalish as we delve into Black Panther, the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’ll also discuss some of the latest offerings from Netflix, including A Futile and Stupid Gesture, The Open House, and the new TV series Altered Carbon. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Letterboxd.