David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Angie Han to discuss Fifty Shades of Grey and also uncover what exactly didn’t sit right about Kingsman. Be sure to check out Angie’s great review of the film, Dave’s thoughts on things Christian Grey does that’d be creepy if he did them, why Fifty Shades is important, Josh Lewis’s review of Kingsman, and Matt Vaughn’s interview with EW.
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David, Devindra, and Jeff get disappointed by Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, break down their favorite soups, and David gets defensive about spoilers. Be sure to check out David’s interview with the co-composer of the Kingsman score and read about Kingsman’s weird politics.
David, Devindra, and Jeff praise Ryan Reynolds in The Voices, get thankful for Fresh Off The Boat, and react in real-time to the news of Spider-Man joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Be sure to read Jeff Yang’s piece about Fresh Off The Boat.
David, Devindra, Jeff, and Germain discuss the guilty pleasure of Everly, remember Parenthood fondly, plus hear what went down at Sundance this year. Be sure to see why Gremlins is kind of racist, and read Matt Patches’ and Kyle Smith’s reviews of Inherent Vice.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss Jude Law’s hairline, praise The Man in the High Castle, and wonder if Indiana Jones should become like the Bond franchise. Also, Jeff explains where he’s been the past few weeks. Read about the reaction American Sniper is provoking and check out Dave’s thoughts on Zero Dark Thirty.
Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 by David Chen
David and Devindra discuss this year’s Oscar nominations. Devindra tries to argue Mulder wasn’t that crazy. David goes on a massive rant about Ultraviolet. Matt Singer joins us from ScreenCrush. Be sure to check out Matt’s review of Blackhat, and listen to the SVUvie awards.
Posted on Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 by David Chen
David and Devindra chat about this year’s Golden Globe winners and report back on all the films and TV shows they watched over the break. Special guest Alan Scherstuhl joins us from The Village Voice and The Village Voice Film Club. Be sure to check out Ben Aston’s Russian Roulette, how Selma is like a horror film, and what matters in Selma.
Posted on Saturday, January 10th, 2015 by David Chen