In Episode 19, we take you on a journey through somewhat darker movies -- first we discuss Rosy, a film about a disturbed young man who becomes infatuated with a woman named Rosy, so naturally he decides to kidnap her and keep her in his basement until she falls in love with him. That's followed up with Ben Is Back (feat. the queen herself, Julia Roberts), which takes you on a journey through what one family feels when a young man who is addicted to drugs shows back up on their doorstep.
In Episode 17, we introduce each other to two vastly different films (both found on Netflix), starting with Savannah discussing the film Gehenna: Where Death Lives, a creepy story about a group of people in Saipan stumble upon a bunker where an evil entity is lurking. That's followed up with the much more lighthearted In Search of Fellini, the nearly true story about one naive young woman's journey to Italy to find her favorite director, Federico Fellini.
Happy 2019 from the Family!! We've got an interesting couple of films that we discuss in Episode 16 -- first Courtney gives an account of Manson Family Vacation, a story about a grown-up outcast with a strange affinity for Charles Manson who embarks on a roadtrip to all the famous murder sites -- that's followed up by Savannah discussing Green Room (RIP Anton Yelchin, you wonderful man), which is 95 minutes of bite-your-nails action where a local punk band gets held hostage by a brute gang...
ATTN: WE HAVE A FORMAT CHANGE (and we think it's much more entertaining) -- In Episode 15, we discuss the Netflix show that's gaining in popularity, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and all of its brilliant homages to classic horror, and then segue into indie territory chatting about another Duplass masterpiece -- Listen & let us know how ya feel about the new format
In our latest episode, we discuss our favorite scary movies & compile them into a list of the Top Ten Halloween Movies of All Time (opinions may vary) -- from old classics to modern horror films, there's a little something for everyone!
It's unlucky #13 AND it's October so you know we had to hit ya with a scary movie -- in this episode, we discuss The Transfiguration, which is one of the most compelling and (dare I say it?) realistic films about vampires we've seen to date. Watch & listen & let us know if you agree!
Sarah Paulson & Mark Duplass are absolute gems in 'Blue Jay', which we discuss in Episode 12. This film is a realistic take on a romantic encounter with a past fling, complete with being entirely filmed in an artsy black & white style (no cheesy happy ending, promise!)
Jenny Slate crushes it in this drama/comedy that gets real in all the right ways about unplanned pregnancy and abortion -- Obvious Child is a refreshing & realistic take on a topic often avoided or skimmed over this is a MUST WATCH
The weather's starting to get cooler & it's officially turning into 'bundle up on the couch & watch a feel-good movie' season -- so let's kick it off with one of the strangest (yet somehow sweetest?) love stories about misfits we've seen in a while.
We all have those days where we just wanna say 'screw the system' & demand a revolution ... but then there's movies like Anon, based in a dark & dangerous dystopia where no one can really even have their own identity, that make you thankful that the world's not quite that fucked up (yet).
Get ready to go on an adventure with this film -- set in the gorgeous backdrop of Iceland, this is the story of two people who wake up while on vacation to find out that they're the last two people on Earth...