Reviews of ‘Zama,’ ‘Tropical Malady,’ and an extensive recap of episode 2 of the new season of ‘Better Call Saul.’
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As a bonus to our faithful listeners – or is it really just an indulgence of the co-hosts – we present our first recap episode of Season 4 of the AMC original series ‘Better Call Saul.’
A review of Spielberg’s ‘The Post,’ followed by a discussion of some of the best television of 2017
From Greta Gerwig to St. Vincent, Lena bends the definitions of film in her unconventional list of 2017’s best cinematic experiences.
Justin and G Clark discuss their top 5 picks for the best television shows of 2016.
A glimpse at the 2016 Emmy Nominations, preceded by a review of ‘The Pass,’ one of the most high-profile original programs from Hulu.
It’s the TV Misery Podcast, for those who are miserably obsessed with TV!
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!
Persistently funny and wildly optimistic, ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ is a joyous comic blend of social satire and genuine upbeat perseverance.
2014 saw some truly great TV shows. Here are the ones that Justin liked best.
The first season of HBO’s ‘True Detective’ intrigued much thanks to an astonishing Matthew McConaughey, but its parts didn’t quite build a compelling whole.
From ‘Weekend’ director Andrew Haigh, HBO’s ‘Looking’ is shaping up to be a charismatic, but touching relationship comedy.
Happy Thanksgiving! The Film Misery writers celebrate by preading love for Netflix, Television, Criterion, ‘Star Trek’, Studio Ghibli and Greta Gerwig.
“Sincerity” masks reductive characterizations and sloppy storytelling in Ricky Gervais’s 7-episode PSA on kindness.
One of TV’s greatest accomplishments of all time ends not with a bang, but with a relatively soft bang. Here’s why it’s better that way.
There is a lot of waiting and a lot of set-up this week, all at the service of the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale. That doesn’t mean this wasn’t a lovely episode.
Glimpses of humanity return to Walter White in one of the very best episodes of ‘Breaking Bad’ ever.
Uh… holy crap.
As TV expands for more cinematic voices, ‘True Detective’ is set to tell a darker crime story with Woody Harrelson & Matthew McConaughey.
This may be the weakest, least consequential episode of ‘Breaking Bad,’ in a while, but don’t let that trick you into thinking it’s not terrific fun.