Part 2 of our 2-part discussion of the year’s Oscar Nominations
Part 1 of our 2-part discussion of the year’s Oscar Nominations
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
The second resurrection of the Film Misery Podcast!
On the podcast this week, Hilary and Justin get sexy. Like, Howard the Duck sexy. What makes a good sex scene, and what do these scenes do for movies (other than get us nicely bothered in the nethers)?
On the podcast this week, Hilary and Justin talk about the problematic films they love (and if that’s ok).
Hilary and Justin talk about the future as it’s been imagined on film, discussing the most appealing and trite visions of our destiny.
Hilary and Justin talk about the “Mad Genius Myth” of abusive directors, Justin’s recent (and nerdy!) nuptials, and some makeup-gone-wrong lore.
Justin and Hilary talk about how we talk about documentaries, what we expect from them, and the successes and failures of the genre. Films gracing the conversation include Nanook of the North, Leviathan, Grizzly Man, Samsara, this year’s documentary winners, and two recommendations for listeners, topped off with a particularly delicious Teach Me Something.
The Film Misery Podcast is reborn! Its next step on the road to enlightenment features new hosts, a new focus, and probably the same amount of giggling.
The Film Misery Podcast makes a brief return with a new format and review of the much-lauded film ‘Gravity.’
Alex and Phil discuss the 9/11 allegory in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ and try to untangle ‘Upstream Color.’
Alex and Phil are joined by a special guest to discuss Luhrmann’s latest.
In a totally unsurprising move, Alex and Phil disagree about a Marvel movie. Also, Alex interviews award winning screenwriter Paul Laverty.
Alex and Phil discuss the style of Terence Malick and debate the merits of giant robot movies after promising to be more active in the Summer movie season.
Alex and Duncan make their final predictions for the big eight categories ahead of this year’s Oscar awards.
Alex and Phil review a movie that might have made their best of 2012 lists and share what they’re anticipating in 2013.
Last year Alex and Phil had two films overlap. You might be surprised to find out how many they have in common this year.
Alex and Phil also offer quick thoughts on ‘Les Miserables’ and ‘Holy Motors.’
Alex is joined by Duncan Houst to predict the Oscars along with an interview from earlier this year.