Devin and Chris take some time to discuss Wes Anderson's latest film, Isle of Dogs. Did we like it? Where does it compare to Anderson's other films and its prospects to win Best Animated Feature in this year's Academy Awards? Listen and find out what we thought... LISTEN HERE:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/isle-of-dogs-conversation/id1059779559?i=1000409040931&mt=2
You might have come here wanting to read a take on Dwayne Johnson's new movie, Rampage, and while I hate to disappoint, if you're being honest with yourself, there should be nothing that I could tell you about Rampage that you shouldn't already know from watching the trailers. What I want to bring to... Continue Reading →
There was a moment during Ready Player One where my mouth became extremely dry. It didn't take me long to realize that the cause of this was because it had been hanging open for 10 minutes straight. What made it even better was that I was able to look around and see that other... Continue Reading →
The easiest death sentence for a movie is to label it as average. I've been able to apply this philosophy many different ways to many different movies and sadly the new iteration of Tomb Raider is easily the most average movie I've seen this year. It almost pains me to write that. I... Continue Reading →
Red Sparrow was surprisingly good but not for the reasons I expected after seeing the trailer. This is an early warning that the trailer can be deceiving at times as to how much literal action takes place in this two-plus hour movie, however, what it lacks in punches, kicks, etc. it more than... Continue Reading →
Every category. Every nominee. Special guest Kevin Levine and Chris make sure not to leave anything left for debate when selecting who they think will win this coming Sunday.
In what has to be one of the Critics favorite episodes of this season so far, Spike takes center stage as we finally see just how he was able to kill two Slayers. We also get to witness just how he came to be known as William the Bloody and let's just say... Continue Reading →
Based on the novel by Jeff VanderMeer, I can best describe Annihilation as the equivalent of watching The Island of Dr. Moreau, falling asleep and dreaming about what the sequel would look like while heavily medicated on prescription drugs.
Tara takes a step forward as a character on BtVS and both Devin and Chris have some hot takes on just how ridiculous the show's writers/directors/etc have mishandled her character. Tara's family comes into Sunnydale in an effort to take her back to their home for fear that an evil presence inside her will... Continue Reading →