Ep 150! Review Extravaganza!10/01/15
It's the 150th episode of Movieland! CJ celebrates with reviews of Sicario, Macbeth and Legend. Happy Birthday Movieland!
Back To The Future's 30 Years Old!
Caseen Gaines' book We Don't Need Roads is an enormously enjoyable look at the making of the Back To The Future Trilogy - which is having its 30th anniversary! CJ interviews Caseen from his home in NYC.
Kill Me Three Times Kriv Stenders
Kriv Stenders with CJ about his new feature Kill Me Three Times, now available as a first-release VOD and DVD internationally.
Tony Ayres on Cut Snake
Tony Ayres chats with CJ about his new feature Cut Snake.
M. Night Shyamalan on The Visit
M. Night Shyamalan joins CJ to chat about his new film The Visit.
Ep 145: Sean Baker on Tangerine
Sean Baker's queer odyssey is taking international festivals by storm and opened Thursday in Australia. Sean chats to CJ from France where the film is festival hopping.
Ice Cube and O'Shea Jackson Jr Straight Outta Compton
CJ chats to Ice Cube and his son O'Shea Jackson Jr about O'Shea playing Cube in Straight Outta Compton. Plus, a review of the film.
Black Souls, Underground Films
CJ chats with Francesco Munzi, director of new Italian mafia flick Black Souls, and Stefan Popescu from the Sydney Underground Film Festival. Plus, reviews of The Gift and She's Funny That Way.
Paul Fischer on A Kim Jong-Il Production
CJ chats with Paul Fischer, author of A Kim Jong-Il Production, the incredible true story of North Korea's leader kidnapping South Korea's greatest director and actress to make movies for him.
Neil Armfield on Holding The Man
CJ chats with director Neil Armfield about his new film Holding The Man.
2015: Top 5 So Far With Luke Eve
CJ and Luke Eve offer their Top Five Films of 2015 - so far!
Josh Karp on Orson Welles's Last Movie
CJ interviews Josh Karp, author of Orson Welles's Last Movie: The Making of The Other Side of the Wind.
Alex Ross Perry and Margaret Pomeranz
CJ talks to Alex Ross Perry about his new film Queen of Earth, then Margaret Pomeranz about the National Film and Sound Archive.
Johnathan Gold's Los Angeles
CJ interviews Los Angeles' pre-eminent food critic Jonathan Gold, subject of the new feature documentary City of Gold. Plus reviews of Trainwreck and Iris.
The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?
The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? is a feature-length documentary about the doomed version with Nicholas Cage to be directed by Tim Burton. CJ chats with director Jon Schnepp and producer Holly Payne.
Grant Scicluna on Downriver
CJ and Grant Scicluna discuss his debut feature Downriver.
In Deep: The Duke of Burgundy
CJ and Jim Flanagan go in deep on The Duke of Burgundy, the latest cinematic experiment from UK auteur Peter Strickland.
Benny Safdie: Heaven Knows What
Benny Safdie, co-director of Heaven Knows What, chats to CJ.
Caroll Spinney Is Big Bird
CJ chats to Big Bird himself, Caroll Spinney, the subject of new documentary I Am Big Bird.
Musicals From Non-Musical Movies
CJ chats with Lisa Campbell about stage musicals adapted from non-musical movies, and reviews Ant-Man, Women He's Undressed and Ruben Guthrie.
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