The Neon Demon

DavidDevindra, and Jeff are joined by Britt Hayes from ScreenCrush to discuss Nicholas Winding Refn’s latest film The Neon Demon. Also, Peter Sciretta joins us to talk about Ghostbusters and review Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition. Be sure to read up on Jacob Hall’s interview with Refn, Peter Sciretta’s Neon Demon explainer, and Britt Hayes’ review of Neon Demon

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gameofthrones

In this episode of “A Cast of Kings,” Joanna and David discuss the sixth season of Game of Thrones. Special guest Will Wallace joins us from Teen Wolf. Be sure to follow Will on Twitter.

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/Filmcast Ep. 373 – Swiss Army Man

Swiss Army Man

DavidDevindra, Jeff and Brad Oman (AKA Ethan Anderton) discuss Steven Spielberg’s latest, marvel at the insanity of Gods of Egypt, salute the solid genre thrills of The Purge: Election Year, and get dazzled by the new Ghostbusters: Dimension VR experience.

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INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE

DavidDevindra, and Jeff discuss the relative awfulness of the new Ghostbusters theme song, and the implications of double-dipping in the blu-ray age.

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A Cast of Kings S6E10 – The Winds of Winter

gameofthroneswindsofwinter

In this episode of “A Cast of Kings,” Joanna and David discuss the tenth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones,  “The Winds of Winter.”

Thanks to Adam Wells from the Beyond The Shield podcast for his help in putting this ep together.

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/Filmcast Ep. 371 – Finding Dory

Finding Dory what did you think

DavidDevindra, and Jeff discuss the problematic ramifications of the world of Finding Dory, remember their favorite roles of Anton Yelchin, and run down some of the most exciting reveals of this year’s E3. Be sure to read Amy Nicholson’s review of Finding Dory as well as the one thing that bothered David about the film.

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battleofbastards

In this episode of “A Cast of Kings,” Joanna and David discuss the ninth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones,  “Battle of the Bastards.”

Thanks to Adam Wells from the Beyond The Shield podcast for his help in putting this ep together.

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tickledmovie

Tickled is one of the most bizarre and riveting documentaries of the year, but the real-life story unfolding around the film is also getting stranger by the day.

Last night at a Tickled Q&A in Los Angeles, the film’s co-director Dylan Reeve encountered a surprise: several people featured in the documentary showed up for the screening. Hit the jump for the cringe-worthy video that resulted, and some thoughts from co-director David Farrier on how he feels about proceeding with the film’s release. Massive SPOILERS for the Tickled documentary follow (If it’s playing in a theater near you, you should see it. It’s great).
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Finding Dory

Finding Dory is out in theaters this weekend, and it looks on track to break the record for largest opening weekend ever for an animated film. The film currently sits with a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and /Film’s Peter Sciretta has called it “more emotional and funny than its predecessor.”

I enjoyed Finding Dory, though I certainly didn’t find it a better film than its predecessor. It borrows story beats liberally from the first film (as well as other Pixar films), but what it lacks in originality it tries to make up for in heart. It mostly succeeds, but there is one bothersome element of the film that I just can’t seem to let go of. Some spoilers for the film follow. Read More »

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DavidDevindra, and Russ Fischer discuss James Wan’s The Conjuring 2. In the After Dark, they discuss the AI-scripted film, Sunspring and list their most anticipated films of the summer. Then, in an impromptu After After Dark, Oscar Sharp and Ross Goodwin, the creators of Sunspring, join the conversation!

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