This episode we dive into the classic intro scene of Frank and his gang from one of the best westerns of all time with Sergio Leone's Once Upon A Time In The West starring Henry Fonda. What a scene! Enjoy!
This week we dig into a new festival where we review graphic novels and comic books that have nothing to do with superheroes. Max Allan Collins gripping story of fathers and sons in the 1930's revolves around a young boy witnessing the murder o
This week we get into one of the many EPIC scenes from Alfonso Cuarón's post-apocalyptic sci-fi masterpiece Children of Men. For That One Scene we concentrate on the ping pong ball car scene. If you know, then you know. Let's get into it! Enjoy
This week we dive into how silliness in films is necessary and important for us as audience members. We go through the history of silliness in movies and see how it's changed and not changed over the years. Great discussion! Enjoy! Make sure t
This week we dive into that classic opening scene from Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey and try and break down the dawn of man. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you
This week we end the Taika Waititi Festival with his crowning jewel and coming of age Hilter youth dramedy with the one and only Jojo Rabbit. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember
Let's get into this unique and epic opening scene of the great Danny Boyle zombie film 28 Days Later. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like
Welcome to our third installment of the Taika Waititi Festival with his cult hit and delightful mockumentary about a group of vampires going about living their everyday lives in Wellington, New Zealand finding victims and doing the dishes. Mak
This week we dive deep into the memorable "What would you do for a million dollars?" scene that culminates with all the film's characters opening up about their lives in John Hughes wonderfully scripted The Breakfast Club. Make sure to play al
This week we dive into our second installment of our Taika Waititi Festival with his first dip into the Marvel universe surrounded by massive budgets, production scale and the one and only Jeff Goldblum in Thor: Ragnarok.
This week we dive into the infamous Winkie's scene from the wild mind of David Lynch and his Hollywood dreamscape film Mulholland Dr. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to sub
This week we kick off our Taika Waititi festival with one of his more underrated films about a young wanna be gangster, Ricky Baker, and a grizzly old man, Hec, getting caught in the New Zealand brush while trying to survive the elements of the
This week we start a new segment called That One Scene... We are every excited about this new segment and this is the first one we'll do so we had to go with a classic scene from 1997's Boogie Nights. A drug deal gone wrong and intensity ramps
This week we extend our Disabilities Documented festival with one of Werner Herzog's underrated fly on the wall documentary about the fascinating Fini Straubinger who journey's around her country communicating and relating to the deaf and blind
This week we end out our Disabilities Documented Festival with a heartbreaking look at the world of people who suffer from myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome. We see this journey through the eyes of Jennifer Brea and how she
This week we get into our 3rd installment of our Disabilities Documented Festival where we dive into the world Paralympic games and a team of Quadriplegics, who play Rugby in wheelchairs try to win it all for their country.
This week we continue our Disabilities Documented Festival with our 2nd installment Life, Animated. A beautiful (and relatable) coming-of-age story of a boy named Owen Suskind who develops autism and learns to communicate through the magic of D
This week we begin our Disabilities Documented Festival about the fascinating history of a group of disabled civil rights revolutionaries who changed the future of disabled people forever in James Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham's Crip Camp: A Disa
This week we extend the Director's Revenge Festivals with a Forgotten Gem and masterpiece of the wonderful mind of Terry Gilliam. The story of a shock-jock who gets entangled in tragic events with a homeless man. This delightful film also has a
This week we end our Director's Revenge festival with the one and only Sidney Lumet and his swan song "screw you I'm 83 and can still direct a better movie than you" film Before The Devil Knows You're Dead with Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Ha
This week we get into our 3rd installment of our Director's Revenge Festival with the one and only Ridley Scott who comes back with a fantastic and entertaining sci-fi flick with Matt Damon in The Martian after a decade of ho-hum epics. Make su
Rian Johnson gets revenge on all the Star Wars nerds with the highly entertaining whodunnit about a rich author playing games with his inheritance in 2019's Knives Out. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can int
This week we begin our Director's Revenge festival where we highlight the fantastic Australian director George Miller and his comeback action masterpiece of his beloved franchise with Mad Max Fury Road starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy. Ma
This week we end out our Unusual Musicals Festival with the one and only Lars Von Trier and his truly haunting and sad story of Selma (Bjork) slowly becoming blind and escaping into her love of musicals.
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