James and Zach give Jupiter Ascending the good what-for, then run down all the Wachowski movies, in order of preference (of course)!
Our good friend and Caddyshack expert Dave had never seen a Star Wars movie, despite having been about 14 years old when the original film was released in 1977. We asked him to chat with us about the film, watch the film for the very first time (non-special edition, of course), and then chat with us again. Also, we talk lots of Caddyshack.
James and Zach discuss the last Hobbit movie ever with special guest and Middle-Earth expert Josh C., then they rank the franchise as a whole. Follow Josh C on Twitter: @jdcorlew
James and Zach let their people go on the new Ridley Scott bible-based epic Exodus: God’s and Kings, then compare it’s portrayal of Moses to the 1956 classic The 10 Commandments.
James and Zach discuss two well-reviewed dramas in Whiplash and Birdman, then run down their Top 5 Single-Take Scenes.
James and Zach are joined by special-guest and Batman expert Mohsen as they discuss the intricacies of Christopher Nolan’s new space-epic Interstellar, rank the films of the famed director, and then play a surprise movie game. And don’t forget to stick around after the closing music for our Interstellar spoiler discussion!
James and Zach answer some listener email, take on John Wick in hand-to-gun combat, then run down their top ten films that happened to be titled with a only a first and last name.
Zach and James are joined by special-guests Josh & Valery as they play a round of “You Name It, We Watch It” in which three of us picked a movie, we all watched all three of them – and then we talked about them. Films discussed include post-collapse Australian film The Rover, the twisty romantic comedy The One I Love, and the equally twisty mumble-core sci-fi flick Coherence. Spoilers abound so tread lightly! Follow Josh: Twitter Subscribe: iTunes / RSS
Zach and James search for the truth in Gone Girl, then run down their lists of the Top 10 films directed by David Fincher – which happens to number exactly 10 in total! Subscribe: iTunes / RSS
Zach and James welcome special-guest William Dickerson, director of the new suspense-thriller Don’t Look Back, to the show. The guys discuss the making of William’s new film, working with wrestling legend Rowdy Roddy Piper, his first two films, a few of his favorite directors and much more!
James Bond connoisseur and special-guest Scotty walks through his experience watching every entry of the legendary spy-series as he and the guys drinks martinis and discuss the 6 seminal Bond films he hand-picked for them to watch.
Special-guest Kristin infuses some much needed female-perspective into your new favorite podcast as she joins Zach and James in discussing Richard Linklater’s new film Boyhood, then the crew run down their Top 10 Coming of Age movies including a controversial #1.
Special-guest Luke joins Zach and James in reviewing the comic-book based sequel Sin City: A Dam to Kill For and then the guys run down their Top 10 Top 10 Non-Superhero Comic Book Films.
Zach and James force each other to watch and discuss two films each they have not seen before. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS
Special-guest Luke is back in the Cinereelists studio (Site A) to walk through the new Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie complaint-by-complaint, then Zach runs down his Top 10 Robin Williams (RIP) films.
Special-guest and actor/musician/writer/comic book expert Luke discuss James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy with Zach and James, then the trio quick-rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
Zach and James explore the new Planet of the Apes prequel Dawn of the Planet of Apes which one of them loved, and the other… well – you’ll find out. Also, beware of light spoilers!
In Episode #42 we dive into Wes Anderson’s latest film, Grand Budapest Hotel, with special guest Eric! Then we discuss all of Anderson’s (short but impressive) filmography.
James & Zach discuss at length the upcoming sci-fi/time-travel’ish thriller mashup Edge of Tomorrow in both spoiler-free and spoiler flavors, then quickly rank the films (that we’ve seen) of ‘Tomorrow’ director Doug Liman.
James and Zach answer a pair of listener emails, then review the new Godzilla reboot.
Zach and James discuss the latest superhero flick Spider-Man 3, compare and contrast the “Amazing” series against Sam Raimi’s original Spidey trilogy, then round out the discussion of director Marc Webb’s first film 500 Days of Summer.
Join Zach and James as they force each other to watch two films they’ve never seen of the other’s choosing.
Zach and James take on the new Wally Pfister sci-fi flick Transcendence (Executive Produced by Christopher Nolan). Will it live up to expectations?
James and Zach get all patriotic on Captain America: The Winter Soldier, then rank all nine of the existing Marvel universe films.
Join James and Zach as they discuss the new Bible-actioner Noah, discuss the family of trailers that played before the film, and speed-rank the films of Darren Aronofsky.