David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss how Comic-Con has become strictly for line fans, this year’s Emmy nominations, and the economics of film websites. Be sure to read about Warner Bros.’ response to the Comic-Con leak and why Marvel has a villain problem.
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David, Devindra, and Jeff review Sundance sensation Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, plus the guys confront Jeff about his trailer policy and David discusses what it’s like to fly his drone around Seattle.
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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss their favorite works of James Horner, analyze the brutal critical reaction to True Detective: Season 2, and talk with writer Bradley Jackson about how he came to write a movie called Balls Out. Be sure to check out Balls Out on iTunes and other VOD platforms, read up on 31 ridiculous moments in True Detective’s season premiere, and back David’s cello EP Kickstarter. Also, here is the poster for Balls Out.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss what was hot at this year’s E3, praise the new Netflix redesign, and discuss how to choose design rewards on Kickstarter. You can back David Chen’s new Kickstarter here. Be sure to read Vince Mancini’s review of Inside Out, The LA Times’ review of Jaws, and Matt Singer’s ranking of Jurassic Park characters (plus his thoughts on selective sequels). Also, here’s Wil Wheaton’s apology email that we discuss in the After Dark.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss Rodney Ascher’s latest documentary, praise the brilliance of the hard-to-obtain Borgen and assess the viral sensation of Kung Fury. Special guest Joanna Robinson joins us from Vanity Fair. Be sure to read Joanna’s interview with BD Wong and why the wardrobe of Jurassic World matters.
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss two movies that are ideologically opposed on their views on sex work, delve into the Wachowskis’ latest work on Netflix, and discuss the controversy over Cameron Crowe’s latest film. Also, you can back David Chen’s new Kickstarter here.
David and Jeff review The Rock’s latest film, San Andreas.
David, Devindra, and Jeff continue their coverage of SIFF, discuss one of Steven Soderbergh’s underappreciated thrillers, and wonder how some great films get lost in the ether. Also, in this week’s After Dark, the guys discuss how difficult it is to come up with a lasting, meaningful name for something. Be sure to read about The Fermi Paradox. You can buy tickets to the World Premiere of The Primary Instinct here.