The guys are joined by Meghan to compare and contrast the new Disney live-action remake of the animated film Mulan, then the group plays an epic game of the scarcity-based movie game 28 Words Later.
James and (resident co-host) Kyle are joined by Kevin and (a different) Zach from the Dadgum Nerds podcast to discuss the most excellent sequel Bill & Ted Face the Music, then the group play a pun-based movie game to close out the episode.
James and (resident co-host) Kyle and another special-guest pop a pill on the new NetFlix film Project Power, then play a deception-filled game of Movie Bluff.
Zach and James sing along with the highly-regarded new Amazon noir-thriller Blow the Man Down, then play against each other in the classic CRL movie game Chain Reaction.
James and Zach challenge special guests Jim Laczkowski and Corey Pierce to a game of “Name That Trailer!”, then lie their little butts off in a quick round of the CRL classic game Movie Bluff. Follow Jim: Director’s Club Podcast – Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Corey: Twitter – Letterboxd Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Support the show on Patreon. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Have a film suggestion you think we’ve never seen and want us to discuss on the show? Send your pick to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of us WILL…
James and Zach are joined by hedgehog-enthusiast Zach to discuss the first live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film, chase down their picks for video games that should definitely be movies by now, and close out the show with a brand-new movie-mashup game.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Adam (of the podcast Dating Kinda Sucks) and Luke (of the stage play How to Eat A Bear) to inspect Knives Out, director Rian Johnson’s latest film – and then play some movie games.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Scotty and Alyson – both of whom have seen EVERY movie Paul Rudd has been in – to discuss the actor’s new NetFlix TV project Living With Yourself, list the ups and downs of watching all of one actors films, and close out the episode with a quick movie game.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Rico and Jessica of the Always the Critic Podcast to run down the last 10 films they’ve seen in order of preference, then play a quick movie game.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Corey Pierce and Andrew James to discuss the controversial new release films The Lighthouse by writer/director Robert Eggers (The Witch) and Jojo Rabbit by writer/director Taika Waititi (Boy, Thor:Ragnarok), then the guys play a musical movie game.
James and Zach play some old-school CRL movie games!
Zach and James take turns trying to identify the 100 greatest movie quotes of the 21st Century (according to Thrillist).
Resident MCU expert/superfan Evily returns to the show to discuss the end of the end (but also a beginning) of Avengers: Endgame, then the trio run down their 10 favorite film franchises, and end the show with a spirited round of Marvel-related trivia.
Zach and James are joined by special guest Jim Laczkowski, creator of the Now Playing Podcast Network, to discuss Jordan Peele’s latest horror/thriller/mystery film Us – and then play some movie games of old and new. Follow Jim: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Support the show on Patreon. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Have a film suggestion you think we’ve never seen and want us to discuss on the show? Send your pick to email@example.com and one of us WILL watch it and discuss it on a future…
Zach and James are joined by special-guest Omar to discuss the latest MCU film Captain Marvel, recap the recent Oscar telecast and reveal how our picks panned out, and finally – play some movie games! Captain Marvel spoilers at the end of the show!
Mo joins us for his tenth time, this go around is to discuss the latest in DC entertainment, Aquaman.
Returning guest Nathan join James and Zach to celebrate the holidays with a round-robin style Christmas movie trivia challenge.
Zach and James get vocal on The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, the new western anthology film from the Coen Bros, then try out a new movie game they quickly deem poorly conceived and pivot to a recently listener suggested game.
Meghan and Kyle find out if they are marriage material, movie-wise that is.
Professional pastry chef Meghan joins the guys to run down her favorite “food movies” – then challenges Zach to a movie trivia grudge match, pitting her knowledge of the Disney film Sleeping Beauty against Zach’s knowledge of Disney’s Robin Hood. Also, Kyle is there.
First we talk spoiler-free about the documentary “Three Identical Strangers,” then we play a new movie game Zach came up with, tentatively called “The Progressively Harder Movie Trivia Challenge.” And we started recording at 1am and so by the time we’re playing the game, Zach is a little loopy and it’s amazing.
James and Zach visit (and re-visit) Singapore via the romantic-comedy Crazy Rich Asians, contrast the hyped film with MTV Films’ little-known 2002 gem Better Luck Tomorrow – both of which famously feature an all Asian cast and are set in modern times – and finally answer some recent listener email including a twist on a classic movie trivia game.
Zach and James are joined by Amanda to discuss the challenging religious film First Reformed by director Paul Schrader (writer of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and The Last Temptation of Christ) and then play a long-anticipated round of Movie Bluff!
Marvel Cinematic Universe superfan Evily returns to the show to dissect the many, many, many dissectible aspects of Avengers: Infinity War – then takes on Zach in another round of Marvel-related trivia, hosted by James, naturally.
James and Zach discuss the new drama Chappaquiddick, based on Senator Ted Kennedy’s infamous car accident that took the life of Mary Jo Kopechne, a young campaign strategist. The guys then dive into some long-overdue emails from listeners, and end on a return of an old show favorite movie trivia game – Outta Time.