In all six episodes preceding this one we planned the spoiler/in depth discussion in advance, but this conversation was so heated we naturally got into it right in the middle of our standard review. The internet is split on Charlie McDowell’s metaphysical/spiritual journey, and so are we. Join us as we go for each other’s throats over our views of what makes a compelling movie.
We’ve started the year off with a fascinating thriller which a spoiler-free review sadly doesn’t do justice for, but as luck would have it, we have a separate show (this one) made for situations such as these. There’s a lot to ponder in this mind fuck of a rape flick; join us as we try to make sense of it all while praising its enigma.
I didn’t exactly see the point in discussing this festival darling at greater length, but I think Steve was secretly hinting my recent romance might lead to an interesting discussion. He was right – join us for a no holds barred breakdown of how this fits in the Musical ouevre, our relationship with love, and ultimately just how splendid this picture is.
Hey, look! One of our favorite filmmakers released a trashy film and we decided to talk about it for way longer than it probably deserves. This conversation is an even mix of laughing at the story’s logic, off topic tangents, and a fanboy retrospective of Kevin Smith’s career.
Even though he didn’t appear in the proper review, Steve joins Zane and I to dig deep into the bloated fanfare which is the DC Extended Universe’s first proper cinematic release. We’re gonna spoil this thing, from a DC fanboy perspective, you’ve been warned.
#IdBuyThatForADollar is cute to say, but sometimes you need to spell out why, so Steve and I talked it out. What follows is an in depth conversation not just about Charlie Kaufman’s latest film, but more importantly, one indebted to it. This movie will make you think. Let us know what you think about our thoughts.
Hey, look, its a new show! Because, sometimes a movie is so big, or just thought provoking enough, that a proper conversation can’t be had without spoiling a thing or two.