G Clark examines the genius of David Fincher through one of the director’s most underrated and critically undervalued works: ‘The Game.’
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With so many people strapped for time nowadays, making time for movies gets harder. Here are some great short films you can watch in about an hour or less.
A Ralph Fiennes profile, headed with reviews of two of his most notable films: ‘Coriolanus’ and ‘The English Patient.’
G Clark shares his thoughts on ‘Star Trek Beyond,’ the first of the neo-Star Trek flicks to, you know, actually feel like Star Trek.
G Clark reviews the new animated film ‘The Secret Life of Pets,’ which seeks to answer the question: ‘What do our furry friends do when we’re not home?’
Former cohost Alex Carlson returns to talk about life as a movie dad, as well as a conversation about what we call “WHOOSH!” movies.
It’s the TV Misery Podcast, for those who are miserably obsessed with TV!
This episode, following reviews of awards favorites The Danish Girl and 45 Years, is a detailed examination of the phrase “Oscar Bait,”
A discussion of the noteworthy movies we saw late in 2015, as well as some talk on the 2015 movie scores that generated awards buzz.
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.
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?
G Clark walks through who he would vote for, were he lucky enough to have an Academy Awards ballot.
Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite films of last year.
The second resurrection of the Film Misery Podcast!
You’re busy. Your time is valuable. G Clark tells you which 2015 films are worth your consideration.
Justin recaps the 2015 movie year, which may be the best year for movies in a while.
Closing out another storied year of cinema, Lena Houst ranks her Top 20 films of 2015, from ‘Carol’ to Channing Tatum’s latest male stripper odyssey.
2015 brought the golden era of television to rich, fertile cinematic fruition. From ‘Mad Men’ to ‘Sense8’ to ‘Steven Universe’, here’s Lena’s Top Ten Shows!