Justin Jagoe co-hosts this week and laments the fact that he only gets to review bad movies on the podcast.
Phil Kollar joins Alex this week to continue the never ending discussion about super hero movies.
Alex is joined by CHUD.com contributor Tim Kelly for this week’s episode.
Justin Jagoe guest co-hosts this week to discuss foreign cinema and potential replacements for Gary Ross in ‘The Hunger Games.’
This episode brings with it the exciting return of Phil Kollar.
Alex and special guest Justin Jagoe share thoughts on two found footage films and review this year’s Oscar telecast.
Alex is joined by Film Misery contributor Justin Jagoe to talk about movies and manipulation on this week’s podcast.
This week’s guest co-host Tim Kelly of CHUD.com joins Alex for a Steven Soderbergh double feature.
Alex is joined by Clayton Davis this week to make final predictions for the 2012 Academy Award nominations.
Three Film Misery contributors from different corners of the world talk about Roman Polanski and the exciting movies of 2012 for this week’s episode.
Alex and Phil spend the whole episode counting down their own top 10 films of 2011.
This week features a highlight reel of some of the best reviews and moments from the first ever year of the Film Misery Podcast.
Alex and Phil are feeling pretty homey for this week’s episode.
We review a depressing movie and then change to a happier tone as we invite on a special guest to discuss the Oscars.
It’s nostalgia week on the Film Misery podcast!
Includes a discussion of Alexander Payne’s movies and the decline of the print media industry.
Review of ‘J. Edgar,’ discussion of the Oscar host debacle, interview with Hollywood producer Jim Burke.
Review of ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene,’ thoughts on Brett Ratner Oscar controversy, and a tough top 5 list.
Adoration for Almodovar with ‘The Skin I Live In,’ stories about falling asleep during movies, and how to film an action movie with ‘Hanna.’
Double review of ‘The Thing,’ feedback on Betrayal Movies list, and discussion about falling asleep in the theatre.