James is joined by special-guest Luke to discuss the recent comedy superhero film Shazam!, run down their favorite films in which an actor’s body transforms in some interesting way, discuss comic books and comic book films and more comics etc etc.
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…
James and Zach rank and discuss the last 10 movies they’ve seen, including a listener recommendation, several docs old and new, 80’s and 90’s films, and more.
Today we talk two movies that don’t really have anything to do with each other. Leaving Neverland, the documentary, and Triple Frontier, a Netflix jungle heist film.
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!
#370 – Fighting With My Family, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Top 10 Dreamworks Animation Films (w/ Corey Pierce)
James is joined by Corey Pierce, sometimes-host of the Soundtrack of Your Life Podcast, to run down the new WWE bio-pic Fighting With My Family, train their eyeballs on the third and final How to Train Your Dragon film, and run down their Top 10 3D Animated Dreamworks Animation Films (excluding the HTTYD series and Aardman Animation co-productions).
Zach and James rank and discuss the last 10 movies they’ve seen, including many 2018 new release films and documentaries.
Zach and James critique the art behind Velvet Buzzsaw, then list their favorite frequent actor/director collaborators.
James is joined by Andrew James of the Cinecast to rank the last 10 films they’d each seen way back in December of 2018. It’s a long story – just listen!
James and Zach ignite a spoiler-free and spoiler-filled conversation around the red-hot South Korean thriller Burning, starring Steven Yeun of The Walking Dead fame.
Zach and James compare and contrast the recent dueling Fyre Festival documentaries Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (NetFlix) and Fyre Fraud (Hulu), then discuss some listener email.
So many lists! Zach and James bid 2018 adieu with a plethora of alternative year-end lists, NEW New Year movie resolutions, and an overview of what to expect in cinemas in 2019. Special thanks to our Patreon Supporters – Specifically thanks to Matt, Karoline, Mindy, Scott H, Marco, Roger, Christopher, Ryan, Scott W, Victoria, Josh, Adem, Logan, Micheal, Justin, Kyle, Micheal, Botond, Amanda, Josh, Alan, Troy, Andrew, and Thomas!
Zach and James count down their 20 favorite movies of 2018, as well as their greatest disappointments, films they regret not having seen before making their list, and much more.
We tackle four new release movies as we end out the year. Be sure to send in your Top 20 lists for 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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.
James and Zach are joined by superfan Nathan to run down his favorite episodes of the Steven Spielberg-produced mid-80s anthology TV series Amazing Stories. Episodes discussed in this podcast include… The Main Attraction (S01E02) Mummy, Daddy (S01E04) Fine Tuning (S01E07) Remote Control Man (S01E10) Mirror, Mirror (S01E19) Miscalculation (S02E02) Welcome to My Nightmare (S02E04) Go to the Head of the Class (S02E08) The Pumpkin Competition (S02E10) The 21 Inch Sun (S02E15) The Family Dog (S02E16)
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.
James and Zach close out Robin Hood week with a discussion of Hollywood’s recent attempt at rebooting the classic Robin Hood tale, contrast the new film with Mel Brook’s 1993 comedy Robin Hood: Men in Tights and 1938’s The Adventures of Robin Hood starring Erol Flynn, and then answer some listener email including a far too lengthy discussion on fast food.
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.
James and Zach check out the quasi-Braveheart sequel NetFlix film Outlaw King, then rank their favorite 14th century set films.
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.
Zach and James take a trip back to the mid-90’s with Jonah Hill’s mid90s, then box themselves in on their 10 favorite films with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
James and Zach discuss the moon landing as presented by director Damien Chazelle’s historical pic First Man about, ostensibly, the moon landing – then the guys discuss some recently received listener email.