This episode features a discussion of all the brave movies that’ve dared to open opposite a Star Wars film.
As scattershot as could be expected, anthology film ‘Madly’ exudes a distinctly dreamy tone and sumptuous visual texture across six bewildering shorts.
Fluid and fresh in its splintered perspectives of teen sexuality, ‘First Girl I Loved’ is a startling, sumptuous subversion of queer coming-of-age tropes.
This week we have Chiraq and Trumbo Reviews. Can you guess which one we loved, and which one we didn’t?
For this episode, G Clark and Justin discuss their agonized relationship with the ratings system of the Motion Picture Association of America.
Justin and G Clark discuss the journey of Pixar Animation Studios, and review G’s least favorite movie of last year.
Delightful 16mm micro-drama ‘Fort Buchanan’ is wryly sexy in its expression of sexual and domestic frustration, liberation and melancholic decline.
G Clark and Justin give a retroactive look on a couple of now-Oscar Winners, plus a discussion of the work of Steven Spielberg
No single film conquered this year’s generous, deeply appreciative Oscar ceremony. Did the Academy find redemption in a troubled season?
With the big event upon us, Lena solidifies her final predictions while ranking this year’s various, rewarding Best Picture nominees.
Part 2 of our 2-part discussion of the year’s Oscar Nominations
A conflicted, controversial Supporting Actress race and a Best Actress lineup for the ages. Lena predicts the winners and offers her dream nominees.
G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
Part 1 of our 2-part discussion of the year’s Oscar Nominations
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
As the Academy continues to blunder in acknowledging diversity, we predict the Original Score and Song winners and cast our dream ballots.
The second resurrection of the Film Misery Podcast!
Can ‘Big Short’ and ‘Bridge of Spies’ outclass ‘Mad Max’ in the Film Editing and Production Design races? We make our predictions & cast our dream ballots.
As Oscar night quickly approaches, we start our countdown by predicting the Cinematography and Visual Effects races and giving our dream ballots for each.
You’re busy. Your time is valuable. G Clark tells you which 2015 films are worth your consideration.