In Part 1 of this special feature, we journey to the Leeds International Film Festival and dive head first into our review of Trey Edward Shults’ Waves (spoilers: 21:41-39:24). This is followed by a review of the South African war drama Moffie (spoilers: 52:08 – 1:02:46) and South Korea’s House of Hummingbird (spoilers: 1:19:12 – 1:28:07).
Intro- Floridada by Animal Collective
Outro- What a Difference a Day Makes by Dinah Washington
This week, better call Film Night to review El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. (Spoilers: 29:53 – 53:11) We also have another look at Ari Aster’s Hereditary as well as reviewing Bridesmaids and Zombieland: Double Tap.
This week, count your lucky stars as we’re back to review Ad Astra (Spoilers: 35:49-1:21:15). We also have reviews of the Syrian documentary For Sama and Mark Jenkin’s Bait, as well as the return of a highly missed segment…
This week, the fun’s just beginning as we review It: Chapter Two (Spoilers: 36:34 – 1:11:10). Plus, a discussion about Die Hard arises after it’s made clear a member of the group saw it for the first time recently…
This week, the Film Night Family are together again to review the ninth film from Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (Spoilers: 42:44 – 1:12:55). Other topics of discussion include El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
This week, we cowboy up and review Toy Story 4 (Spoilers: 41: 51 – 1:07:24). Plus, Joe gives us the low-down on Chernobyl and Jack, Woody & Richie give their thoughts on Boyhood, Brightburn, Child’s Play & The Perfection.
Intro: I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away by Randy Newman
Outro: The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy by Randy Newman
This week, we rise once more to review the rebirth of the popular Jean Grey story, Dark Phoenix (spoilers: 34:16 – 58:53). In other news, we have three more episodes of Black Mirror (spoilers throughout), in which to sink our teeth. Other topics of discussion include Boyhood and Nirvanna the Band the Show.
This week, we’re celebrating a month late with a delayed review of Halloween (2018). We’re also discussing Damien Chazelle’s First Man, The Package, Harry Potter & Fahrenheit 11/9. Random spoilers throughout (sorry!).
Intro: Halloween Theme Main Title by John Carpenter