A review of John Cassavetes’ ‘A Woman Under the Influence’ and a midway report on the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
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An in-depth analysis of precisely why Steven Spielberg’s 21st century masterpiece ‘AI Artificial Intelligence’ is, indeed, a masterpiece.
After reviewing the buried Netflix treasure ‘I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore,’ a discussion on why Netflix felt the need to bury it in the first place.
An analysis of Rodney Ascher’s ‘Room 237’ makes way for a discussion on how we analyze movies in general.
Reviews of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ and ‘Logan,’ followed by a discussion on evaluating movie performances.
A focused, exhaustive look at what makes Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’ tick.
Reviews of Paterson, Tikkun, and reactions to possibly the strangest Oscars telecast ever.
A review of the late William Peter Blatty’s debut film ‘The Ninth Configuration,’ along with some miscellaneous 2016 in Film lists.
Justin and G Clark discuss their top 5 picks for the best television shows of 2016.
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite movies of 2016!
A review of Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence,’ and discussion of movies and achievements unlikely to garner Oscar love,
An announcement that the Film Misery Podcast is returning to your podcast feed! A brief update on upcoming content.
A review of ‘La La Land,’ followed by a chat about some achievements sure to go unrecognized by the Oscars.
A look at the early stages of the Awards Season 2016.
Featured review of ‘Manchester by the Sea,’ plus shorter reviews of ‘The Handmaiden,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Elle,’ and several more!
Major reviews of ‘Arrival’ and ‘Billy Lyn’s Long Halftime Walk,’ followed by mini-reviews of a bunch of other 2016 releases.
Reviews of Mel Gibson’s ‘Hacksaw Ridge,’ Howard Hawks’ ‘Sergeant York,’ and a discussion of whether a movie can ever be “anti-war.”
It’s Horror Week! We discuss the classic thrillers ‘Don’t Look Now’ and ‘The Tenant,’ followed by a discussion of directors we’d love to see try horror.
Double-header reviews of two movie accountants: first, Ben Affleck in ‘The Accountant,’ followed by Johnny Depp in ‘Dead Man’
A review of Nate Parker’s controversial ‘The Birth of a Nation,’ followed by review of both versions of ‘Westworld.’