The Ones Who Knock S2E01 – Switch

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The Ones Who Knock is back to discuss this season of Better Call Saul! In this season, David, his brother Michael, and Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair discuss Better Call Saulseason premiere, “Switch.” If you’d like us to continue recapping every episode, feel free to back our Kickstarter before the next episode of Better Call Saul! Otherwise, we’ll have an abridged version of this podcast and return after episode 5 and after the season finale.

E-mail us and let us know what you thought of the episode, as well as of the podcast, at theoneswhoknock@gmail.com. You can find every episode of the show at bettercallsaul.audio. If you like the show, feel free to leave us a review on iTunes! Hit the jump for links to stream/download.

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/Filmcast Ep. 354 – Deadpool

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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the madness of Eli Roth, a great new Michael Moore film, and the amazing cinematic video game Firewatch. Also: your emails. Be sure to read Matt Singer’s review of Deadpool as well as James Gunn’s thoughts on Deadpool’s impact.

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DEADPOOL

It’s kind of a miracle that Deadpool even exists, after its titular character was nearly ruined by X-Men Origins: Wolverine. But this weekend, fans will finally have another chance to check out this Marvel Comics creation in an incarnation that’s much closer to the spirit of the original character.

Fox basically cut the budget of this film down to the bone, but despite this, I found the film to be a blast. Did it work for you? Was the plot too thin or just right? Did Deadpool’s schtick wear you out? Did the new X-Men characters make an impression?

See my video review after the jump, and this week, you can submit your own using a new video platform called Jogg (Disclosure: I’m a consultant for them). Just hit the “Reply” button below and upload a video from the web or mobile – we’ll publish our favorites.
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/Filmcast Ep. 353 – Hail, Caesar!

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David, Devindra, and Jeff review the Coen Brothers latest film, Hail, Caesar! Be sure to read up about the rise of grief policing and talented female editors.

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/Filmcast Ep. 352 – The Finest Hours

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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the sad state of American politics, the genius of Louis CK, and the closing of the Ziegfeld theater.

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/Filmcast Ep. 351 – The Keeping Room

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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the dramatic changes to 2017’s movie calendar, get excited about The X-Files and Mad Dogs, and marvel at the heartbreaking beauty of 45 Years.

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David, Devindra, and Jeff try to predict how much money Avatar 2 will make, discuss the new Cloverfield film, and talk with Dominic Lewis about his score for Amazon’s Man in the High Castle. Be sure to read Scott Mendelson’s article about Avatar we were referring to. 

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David, Jeff, and Angie Han discuss this year’s Oscar nominations and Golden Globe awards. Be sure to read the nominations at /Film, what the biggest snubs were, what a completely nonwhite set of acting nominees would look like, and whether or not Leo screamed and cried good enough.

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Primary Instinct for Stills 8

Last year, /Film readers and /Filmcast listeners helped me finance and make a film with Stephen Tobolowsky. Soon afterwards, FilmBuff picked us up for distribution. Figuring out how to distribute a film is never an easy process. There are countless decisions to be made about timing of release, which platforms to use, and how to market on those platforms. All that being said, after going on sale last fall across all major VOD platforms, The Primary Instinct is now available to watch on Hulu. 

Hulu gives us the ability to reach millions of subscribers across a variety of different hardware and software platforms, but it’s up to us (the filmmakers) to get the word out about the film. So, if you enjoy the film, any Hulu reviews, Facebook posts, and tweets you have to support us would be greatly appreciated.

Those of you who live in a country where Hulu isn’t available can still purchase the film at VHX (with extras!). Hit the jump to watch the film on Hulu. And thanks to all who’ve helped support this little film on its journey thus far.
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