Both of us rewatched the original Blade Runner and then the new Blade Runner 2049 and talk about it on the show today. Spoilers are all saved until after the end of the episode, so don’t worry if you haven’t seen it yet. If you’re interested in signing up for MoviePass, you can use our referral link here if you want. Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter James: Letterboxd – Twitter 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?…
Zach and James take on A Ghost Story, their third horror movie in a row, featuring a very spooky performance by Casey Affleck. Then, they run down a related list. If you’re interested in signing up for MoviePass, you can use our referral link here if you want. Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter James: Letterboxd – Twitter 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 watch it…
Horror movies are apparently taking over the Cinereelists podcast, as again this week we are talking about a horror movie, this time the new Darren Aronofsky film, mother! On second thought, it might not actually be a horror movie, but I think we both know you’re not going to see this with your grandmother. Our take on mother! (heads up, one of us REALLY liked it) then a Top 10 list so spoilery we couldn’t even name it in the podcast episode! If you’re interested in signing up for MoviePass, you can use our referral link here if you want….
James and Zach actually review a horror film, then discuss some recent listener email.
We really liked the new movie Good Time and talk about it on the show (spoiler free until after the end of the podcast), then we countdown our Top 10 Director Acting Performances. .
James and Zach catch-up on some films that they missed earlier in the year. We discuss Kong: Skull Island, Snatched, and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
James and Zach have some fun with imperfect new Luc Besson sci-fi romp Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, compare it to Nolan’s war meditation Dunkirk, and then discuss Luc Besson’s other notable films.
Zach and James deep dive an episode of a popular children’s television show (at listener request), then discuss the new Kathryn Bigelow film Detroit and round out the episode with lists of their Top 10 Movie Titles That Are A Place!
James and Zach discuss the positive merits of Dunkirk and yet still manage to disagree on why its great, then play a few old-school CRL games.
James and Scotty get caught in Spider-Man: Homecoming starring Jon Favreau, the first multi-studio effort to be integrated into the Marvel Cinemtatic Universe, then discuss their favorite 3rd films and franchise and non-franchise reboots and remakes (or something). Also, watch for spoiler chat at the end!
James and Zach discuss the latest Edgar Wright film Baby Driver, then discuss some recent listener email.
James and Zach continue their chronological journey through the entirety of Steven Spielberg’s impressive filmography. This is part two covering Lost World: Jurassic Park up to BFG, part 1 is here!
Zach and James discuss the strangest thing to happen James on his trip to Europe, then dive into the new DCEU movie Wonder Woman, then run down their favorite female-directed films. Stick around for spoilers after the show!
While James is still in England, we had a special guest help co-host the show with me this week! Evily, who was last on to talk about Dr. Strange, came back and discussed Marvel’s latest, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We begin the show with a spoiler-free discussion, then cut to a pre-recorded message from James about the film (again, without spoilers), and come back to have a spoiler-filled chat about the film. Finally, we end with our own Last 10 Top 10 lists.
Victoria and Dan are long-time listeners visiting Florida on holiday from London, so we had them on the show to talk about their Top 10 Favorite “So Bad They’re Good” Movies. Honestly, if you haven’t seen any of these movies, do yourself a favor and check them out. They really are fun watches despite being terrible, terrible movies.
We caught a screening at the Florida Film Festival for Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal this weekend, so we discuss this genre-twisting sci-fi comedy drama (spoilers saved til after the closing song). Then we go through Anne Hathaway’s filmography.
We talk about two new sci-fi movies on VOD today. Bokeh tells the story of a young couple on vacation in Iceland who wake up to find everyone else has disappeared, and The Discovery has Jason Segel and Robert Redford coming to terms with discovering a proof of the afterlife. We saved spoilers until the end so feel free to listen until the end music even if you haven’t seen them yet.
James and Zach hack away at the Ghost in the Shell remake and then go all crash override on their Top 10 Scarlett Johansson Movies.
Zach and James debate the merits of Life (the movie, not in general) and then run down their favorite space-set thrillers.
Disney has released it’s latest live-action remake of a beloved animated classic and this one is taking the box office by storm. Special guest Hannah joins us on the show to discuss the film and find out how it stacks against the original. Then we each count down our Top 10 favorite movies with a princess in them.
Zach and James reconvene in Florida to discuss Logan – the latest and (supposedly) last of the stand-alone Wolverine films – and then run down the filmography of the film’s star Hugh Jackman.
First we discuss the The Lego Batman Movie, then James plays audiotape of his father being asked the question, “Can you name a movie starring Matt Damon?” Can he do it? What about the other actors James asked him? Also, we listen back to the evidence to get to the bottom of Biopic/Byopic.
We discuss The Founder, a movie about Ray Croc and the founding of McDonald’s, then count down each of our favorite biopics, all while playing a ridiculous game that we’re not even sure who won. Enjoy!
James and Zach discuss two recent Oscar-nominated film that begin with the letters “Mo”.
Zach and James are back from a short trip to Havana to bring you our Academy Award picks (hint: La La La La La Land), then discuss two current films, Hidden Figures and Patriots Day. If you want to see pictures from our trip, you can see them here. 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 next show… or send a comment, suggestion or criticism and we’ll discuss that as well!