On this episode, Andrew reviews the latest MCU film BLACK WIDOW with the help of Donavon Thompson. Plus a new marathon with Omaya Jones looking at Criterion’s World of Wong Kar Wai set, starting with AS TEARS GO BY (1988). We also talk about who Wong Kar Wai is as a filmmaker, give our reactions to the physical boxset itself, and talk film restoration drama.
We look at the new film Zola with guest Sophie Barnes. Plus we look at 1948's The Red Shoes with Rance Collins.
Ben Pearson from Slash Film joins the show to break down the latest entry in the Fast & Furious franchise
Evelyn Landow joins the show to talk about the documentary Disclosure, which is all about trans representation in the media
It's Pride Month! We talk 1961's The Children's Hour starring Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine
We continue our Technicolor marathon with 1945’s LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN. Plus, a review of the new “screen life” thriller, PROFILE.
Molly Wheat joins to talk Together Together, and we start a new series with Rance Collins about Technicolor films
The Kaleidoscope LGBTQ+ Film Festival is April 29 - May 2. Festival runners Zack and Cameron tell us everything we need to know.
Oscars expert Rance Collins breaks down all that was wrong with the Oscars ceremony
Today we're bringing you a bonus episode on the new big budget action movie Mortal Kombat, based on the classic video game series.