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Darkest Hour

1/16/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Darkest Hour, starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill. Many have portrayed Churchill but few have accomplished what Oldman does on the silver screen. Between the sights, sounds, and performances, Darkest Hour is surely a frontrunner in the Best Picture Oscar race. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews Wonder Wheel, directed by Woody Allen. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:39:37


The Shape of Water

1/9/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Shape of Water, directed by Guillermo del Toro. Nominated for 7 Golden Globes, winning Best Director and Best Original Score, The Shape of Water is a love letter to monster movies mixed with fairy tale romance and thrilling gore. Del Toro exhibits his best visuals to date and is sure to turn heads come Oscar time. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews Mudbound, now streaming on Netflix, during Crap Night (Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the reviewer and not...

Duration: 00:40:21


Star Wars: The Last Jedi

1/2/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi and all of the controversy surrounding it. Plus, Andydrogynous offers his own take on Episode VIII during Crap Night (Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the reviewer and not necessarily the film itself). Join us for all of your favorite Star Wars myths and lore. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:45:50


The Disaster Artist

12/12/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Disaster Artist, directed by and starring James Franco. Tommy Wiseau made his Hollywood ambitions infamous with 2003’s The Room, a film you have to see to believe. The Disaster Artist is more of the same but for much different reasons. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:41:23


I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore

12/5/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Your hosts discuss the movie’s title, its distribution platform (Netflix), and the current state of Independent Film. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:31:20


Lady Bird

11/28/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Lady Bird, written and directed by Greta Gerwig. In the early 2000s, an artistically-inclined seventeen year-old comes of age in Sacramento, California. Lady Bird is quickly becoming a sensation that will be remembered come Oscar season. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:36:43


Good Time

11/14/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Good Time, directed by The Safdie Brothers. Robert Pattison triumphantly stars in this indie thriller about a botched bank heist and the pursuant chase that follows. The Safdie's have earned high marks within the entertainment community yet still have managed to stay loyal to their voice as filmmakers. Good Time is their best mix of Francois Truffaut and John Waters. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:26:54


The Florida Project

11/7/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Florida Project. Set over one summer, the film follows precocious 6-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious but caring mother, all while living in the shadows of Disney World. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:29:57


Suburbicon

10/31/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Suburbicon, starring Matt Damon, directed by George Clooney. Some might call it a mess, others might call it a mess. Listen as our hosts try to sort it all out. Plus, Dr. Jules V returns for some much-needed counseling. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:29:22


Brawl in Cell Block 99

10/24/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Brawl in Cell Block 99, one of the most violent movies of 2017. Vince Vaughn stars in this “true grit” story of a man caught in dire circumstances to save his family. As the minutes tick by the insanity explodes. Brawl in Cell Block 99 is now streaming on VOD. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:21:49


The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

10/17/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), now streaming on Netflix. Indie film doesn’t get better than this film written and directed by Noah Baumbach, starring Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Dustin Hoffman. Find it, stream it, watch it now! Plus, Dr. Jules V makes her triumphant return to the airwaves. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:33:09


Blade Runner 2049

10/10/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Blade Runner 2049 on this week’s podcast. Director Denis Villeneuve shoulders this expansion of the hallmark of Science Fiction films and this time he has Ryan Gosling to help. Listen as our hosts draw from the depths of their Sci-Fi film knowledge and discover a few surprises along the way. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:33:32


Okja

9/26/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Okja, now streaming on Netflix. Writer/Director Joon-ho Bong (Snowpiercer, The Host) presents the story of Mija, a young girl who risks everything to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend - a fascinating animal named Okja. A lovely tale of a girl and her giant pig. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:25:32


It (2017)

9/19/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss It (2017), from the novel by Stephen King. From cheesy child actors to a clown that may or may not be scary, this smash hit at the box office is dissected in full. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:26:27


Ingrid Goes West

8/29/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Ingrid Goes West, starring Aubrey Plaza. An unhinged social media stalker moves to LA and insinuates herself into the life of an Instagram star. This time, your hosts satirize themselves. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews Birth of the Dragon during Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:34:05


Logan Lucky

8/22/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Logan Lucky, from director Steven Soderbergh. Two brothers attempt to pull off a heist during a NASCAR race in North Carolina AND Soderbergh is officially out of retirement. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews The Hitman’s Bodyguard during this week’s Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:30:04


Annabelle: Creation

8/20/2017
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss Annabelle: Creation on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick talking about…Annabelle: Creation. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:26:54


The Dark Tower

8/8/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Dark Tower, based on the book series by Stephen King. Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey square off in this apocalyptic drama of proportionate visuals. Biting critics have been harsh and the Four Seasons of Film may agree with the majority. Only your eardrums will tell. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews Detroit, directed by Kathryn Bigelow during Crap Night. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER and not necessarily the film itself. This episode is...

Duration: 00:29:36


The Big Sick

8/1/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss The Big Sick, Starring Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan. Not your average romantic comedy, the film is also deeply personal and touching. The Big Sick is sure to invade everyone’s lives in the near future. You might as while see it today! Plus, Andydrogynous reviews The Emoji Movie on this week’s Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration: 00:35:57


Dunkirk

7/25/2017
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan’s 70mm World War II epic. Critics have been heavy with praise for the film but our hosts are divided in their opinion. They do, however, agree on the incredible power Dunkirk displays in exposé and technical achievement. See the film in glorious 70mm and join the discussion with us on Twitter: @fourseasonspod. Plus, this week Andydrogynous reviews Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets during Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by...

Duration: 00:50:02

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