FMP ep. 124 – Tikkun, Paterson, Oscars Recap

Original Record Date: March 5, 2017 For this episode, Justin and G Clark review two movies, one from each of their respective top ten movies of 2016 lists, that the other has not seen: Tikkun…

FMP ep. 122 – TV Misery: Best Television…

Original Record Date: January 29, 2017 For this episode, Justin and G Clark discuss each of our five favorite television shows from the 2016 calendar year. Show Schedule: 0:00 – 46:54 – Best Television of…

FMP ep. 121 – The Best Films of…

Original Record Date: January 22, 2017 . For this episode, Justin and G Clark discuss their favorite movies from 2016! Show Schedule: 0:00 – 07:52 – 2016 in Film Summary 07:53 – 37:08 – Best…

FMP ep. 120 – Silence, More Oscar Hopeless

Original Record Date: January 15, 2017 For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Martin Scorsese’s labor of love Silence, and discuss the above-the-line movie achievements (acting, directing, writing) that have positively no chance of…

The Film Misery Podcast Returns!

After a long hiatus (actually, it's more of a backlog from a lazy editor than a hiatus proper), the Film Misery Podcast will be returning to your feeds starting today! Unfortunately, the size of our backlog…

FMP ep. 119 – La La Land, The…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Damien Chazelle’s new movie La La Land, and discuss the below-the-line movie achievements (cinematography, editing, score, etc) that have positively no chance of getting Oscar Love. Show…

FMP ep. 118 – Awards Season 2016

For this episode, Justin and G Clark rant a bit about the Academy’s eligibility rules in light of some recent (aggravating) disqualifications, and dive into the early outlook on the Oscar Race. Show Schedule: 0:00…

FMP ep. 117 – Manchester by the Sea

For this episode, Justin and G Clark give a bunch of mini-reviews, starting with a featured review of Manchester by the Sea. Show Schedule: 0:00 – 20:49– REVIEW: Manchester by the Sea 21:34– 28:05– REVIEW: The…

FMP ep. 116 – Arrival, Billy Lynn’s Long…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review… a lot of movies. First up are longer takes on Denis Villeneuve’s hit Arrival and Ang Lee’s bomb Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. They close up, finally,…

FMP ep. 115 – Hacksaw Ridge, Can an…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Mel Gibson's big return to the screen, Hacksaw Ridge, along with Sergeant York, Howard Hawks' movie about another WWII conscientious objector. Closing up the episode is a…

FMP ep. 114 – Don’t Look Now, The…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Nicolas Roeg’s supernatural cum psychological thriller Don’t Look Now, followed by a review of Roman Polanski’s The Tenant and a discussion of directors who should take a stab…

FMP ep. 113 – The Accountant, Dead Man

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review the latest Ben Affleck vehicle The Accountant, followed by a review of Johnny Depp’s more violence-averse movie accountant in Dead Man. Show Schedule: 0:00 – 6:46– DVD…

FMP ep. 112 – The Birth of a…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Nate Parker’s overnight-success (overnight-failure) debut feature The Birth of a Nation. Next, a dive into the first few episodes of HBO’s hit series Westworld and the Michael…

FMP ep. 111 – The Girl on the…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Tate Taylor’s adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train. Then, G Clark reviews the experience of using the new classic movie streaming service FilmStruck. Finally,…

FMP ep. 110 – Beyond the Valley of…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Russ Meyers’ newly minted Criterion film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, followed by a discussion on the viability of rating movies - by stars, letter grades,…

FMP ep. 109 – Sully, Midnight in the…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark review Clint Eastwood’s Sully, along with his cult favorite Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. After those reviews comes a deep dive into Eastwood’s achievements as…

FMP ep. 108 – The Light Between Oceans,…

For this episode, Justin and G Clark get back into the groove of things, starting with a review of Derek Cianofrance’s (unfairly) forgotten third film The Light Between Oceans, and ending with a quick catch-up…