Another week of new movies to review, this week Buck talks fresh A24 darling, Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow. We also dive into the strange mind of Abel Ferrara singular vision, Tommaso!
Welcome to the patreon exclusive episode where we got high and talked about Kung Fu movies.
Brand new every Wednesday we got a fresh Spooky Epidemic Horror review
Welcome to the brand new Movie Epidemic Show, a youtube show in a podcast world. You can still get it on the feeds, but it will be here first every monday!
Every now and again, something comes along that is so intentionally upsetting but so soaked in layers of metaphors that you can’t help but love every second of it. The Platform is that movie right now.
This is what happens when a writer starts and ends a screenplay with a single idea. Conceptually, Bloodshot should be fantastic, but it fails to capitalize on its biggest strengths.
While One Child Nation has some structural problems that toss the audience around quite a bit with misleading terminology, it’s ultimately a very fascinating and heart breaking experience.
Oh boy director Peter Berg (Battleship, Deepwater Horizon) is back with yet another borderline inexcusable mess of a motion picture.
Tell Me Who I Am is both emotionally conflicting and deeply disturbing in all the ways a harsh cut documentary should be. This talking head documentary follows the struggles of a twin whom had lost his memories at the age of 18 and how his brother helped him piece together everything about his past, but with shocking alterations to the truth.