After the mega-success of the Avengers, DC rushes into their equivalent with a Justice League movie, hoping to replicate Marvel's success. The result is little messy, but Rich and Nick have fun hashing out the good and the bad.
Nick and Rich dissect David Fincher's most recent foray into his obsession with serial killers, the Netflix original series Mindhunter. From Jonathan Groff's killer acting to David Fincher's meticulous style of filmmaking, Mindhunter is a show to remember
Yorgos Lanthimos' newest film is a surreal horror-thriller very reminiscent of his last movie, The Lobster. This revenge story meets an unavoidable moral dilemma and forces its viewers through an uncomfortable yet compelling experience.
After an equipment malfunction, Nick and Rich are back on track (although a little echoey) with this episode concentrating on the Netflix Stephen King adaptation, 1922. Next episode the quality will go back up, as we will have our equipment replaced.
If you like Noah Bombauch, this is a must-see. The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) has all the oddball, deadpan, slapstick comedy that Baumbach is known for, this time with a top-tier cast elevating the material with nuanced performances.
Rich and Nick analyze the sequel to an 80s cult classic, Blade Runner 2049. Beautifully shot and competently directed, the intricate narrative packs an emotional punch, mysteriously unfolding to a satisfying conclusion. Queue discussion.
In this episode of Cinema Standoff Podcast, Nick and Rich break down the allegorical narrative of mother!, discussing varying interpretations of a narrative that is not necessarily meant to entertain, but provoke.