Luke came on the show and filled James’ very large shoes to help co-host a discussion with Zach on Mike Birbiglia’s latest film, Don’t Think Twice. Then we talk a little bit about improv and the desire to create, and run down our top five lists, Luke’s Top 5 Movies that have a fictional version of a clearly real thing, and my Top 5 Movies about Comedians.
We continue to work our way through the 1990s by listing off our Top 10 Forgotten Films of 1996. We tried to pick movies that we think are definitely worth a watch, yet no one is really talking about them any more. We are joined by longtime listener Megan who brings a top ten list of her own. Fun fact: Megan and Zach actually used to do a podcast of their own 7 years ago! It’s no longer available on iTunes, but you can hear the first three episodes of the Yes We Would podcast by becoming a Patreon subscriber.
It’s time again for another Last 10 Top 10 list, and so James and Zach run through the last ten movies they have each seen and rank them against each other.
We are happy to be joined this week by Andrew James, co-host of Row3’s Cinecast Podcast. We discuss our Top 5 Litmus Test films…these are movies that are not necessarily your absolute favorites, but movies that are so great to you that you simply cannot understand or relate to anyone that doesn’t enjoy/like this movie. It’s a fun episode and we think you’ll like it. Be sure to send us your Litmus Test films as well!
Zach and James are back once again with yet another Last 10 Top 10 in which they rank and discuss the last ten movies each of them have seen including a listener-recommended anime classic, a modern Norwegian disaster movie, and a nazi punk siege film!
Zach and James dig deep into the mid-90s to find some forgotten hidden gems!
James and Zach rank and discuss the last ten movies each of them have seen including a handful of documentaries, a french classic from the 90’s, and the second in the current TMNT series. Plus, there’s an entire additional Last 10 Top 10 episode available early to Patreon supporters! Click here to grab it and help support the show!
Special-guest Kyle (returning from Episode 2…that’s right, our second episode ever) to discuss his recently completed viewing of the entire Reddit Top 250 Movies list. You can view the entire list here.
James and Zach settles some bets before attacking their respective thoughts on Independence Day: Resurgence, then run down their list of sequels (and some prequels) that couldn’t manage to retain the entirety of their original cast.
Zach and James rank and discuss the last ten movies each of them have seen including a comedy about a kidnapped cat, a riveting British war movie, lots of listener suggestions and more! Plus, there’s an entire additional Last 10 Top 10 episode available now to Patreon supporters! Click here to grab it and help support the show!
With their ever-growing watchlists, Zach and James decided to pick 5 movies from each others list and force each other to stop putting it off and go and watch them. Then they take the five they both picked and made a Top 10 list!
We have finally reached our #200th episode, and it’s another doozy. James and Zach have added 100 more to their list of Favorite Films of All Time (hear them discuss the first 100 here and here). This episode covers #101-150. If you enjoy the show and want to support us (or just want a mug or t-shirt), here’s our Patreon page.
In celebration of the upcoming episode #200, James and Zach have added 100 more to their list of Favorite Films of All Time (hear them discuss the first 100 here and here). This episode covers #151-200 and episode #200 will cover #101-150. Also, Patreon supporters have had access to this episode for weeks now! Weeks!
James and Zach review the new first-person perpective action flick Hardcore Henry, then run down their favorite action sequences of all-time. Also, don’t forget to check out our Patreon pitch video!
James and Zach rank and discuss the last ten movies each of them have seen ranging from westerns to horror, threats of nuclear holocaust to horse-racing. Also, we’d love if you’ll visit our new Patreon page to help support the show!
Director William Dickerson stops by to talk his new film No Alternative, then join Zach and James in a time-warp to 1994 as they continue their countdown of the most forgotten films of the 90s.
Zach and James try to resist going savage on Zootopia, then ponder the subtle messages of 10 of their favorite films.
James and Zach review the Coen Bros film Hail, Caesar!, then run down their top 10 favorite films from the eccentric duo. Also, James puts on the hard sell for Zach to re-watch Fargo.
James and Zach give the early word on the upcoming action/comedy/period drama Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, then run down their 10 favorite genre mashup films.
James and Zach dive deep into the year that was 2015 with listener year-end lists, loads of alternative year-end lists from the guys, their own New Year movie resolutions, and an overview of what to expect in cinemas in 2016. Warning: This episode holds the world record for the most movie lists contained in a single podcast.
Zach and James count down their 20 favorite movies of 2015, as well as some other goodies like Greatest Disappointments, Movie Regrets, and more.
James and Zach discuss and rank the last 10 movies they’ve seen including early word on 2016’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a handful of listener suggestions, many new releases, and a smattering of old classics. Also – Zach watched Rango!
James and Zach watch 10 non-traditional Christmas movies, discuss them, and then rank them by preference and how “Christmassy” they are. And if you need even more alternative Christmas movie talk check out last years Vol 1 here!
Real-life pilot (and *3rd Cinereelist) Matt joins Zach and James as they discuss and rank 5 pilot-centric movies. *Pending
Zach and James rank 10 movies they’ve never seen that were recommended by special-guest Superfan Mindy who also watched and ranked 10 movies from each of the Cinereelist hosts. That’s right – we talk 40 movies in this episode – from mainstream crowd-pleasers, to critically-acclaimed masterpieces, to foreign arthouse flicks and a whole slew of romantic comedies – this episode is packed with something for everyone!