Mar 31, 2022
Autumn de Wilde’s adaptation of one of Jane Austen’s timeless novels is a visual feast that isn’t afraid to let things get loud in a way seldom seen in regency romance. In episode 220, Luke & James debate just how punk rock this movie is, dial in the color saturation, shred on the pianoforte, worry about Anya...
Mar 24, 2022
Is this sequel to the original Pet Sematary (1989 film) worth watching today? Is the spirit of Stephen King's original work present in the continuation? This month, Luke and James dive into director Mary Lambert's second outing covering Pet Sematary.
Mar 17, 2022
Jane Austen wrote Emma Woodhouse to be “a heroine whom no-one but myself will much like,” but did that end up being the case? In episode 219, Luke & James return to the regency era with carriage rides, questions of sensibility, and misunderstandings galore. They end by asking the question: By novel’s end, are...
Mar 10, 2022
Author of numerous short stories and the publisher of Reckoning magazine Michael DeLuca joins to discuss Joel Coens’ stark, stylish, and ambitious take on one of Shakespeare’s darkest plays. In episode 218, the mystery of the third murderer complicates everything, Ross breaks the 4th-wall, the forest comes to watch...
Mar 3, 2022
Have you seen this 2012 adaptation of We Can Remember It for You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick? In this former Patreon-exclusive, Luke & James discuss how this sleek and sexy update of Total Recall works when compared to the original 1990 film that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger.