My guest for this month is Patrick Gibson, and he’s joined me to discuss the film he chose for me, the 2009 science fiction drama film Moon.
David and Trevor are joined by Lady P from the FlixWise podcast to discuss five early films by the innovative and influential Belgian auteur.
Murder Party. Blue Ruin. Now with Green Room, Jeremy Saulnier tries to perfect what he’s already started.
One of two documentaries about the beloved German filmmaker, this is one of the definitive texts when discussing this auteur.
A singular debut, this marks the introduction of a new and important voice on the world cinema stage.
A protege of director Paolo Sorrentino steps out on his own to make a beautiful meditation on grief and loss.
The UK company gathers together some of the legendary German director’s most-acclaimed films in a gorgeous package.
Ryan and Brian chat about Alien Day, FilmStruck, and all of the great releases from the past two weeks.
Mark and Aaron discuss Plain Archive and the international Blu-Ray market, 1988 Films, and Cannes 2016.
One of the year’s biggest surprises is this haunting debut drama from director Laura Bispuri.
Fox returns with yet another alarming meditation on the nature of climate change and the grassroots movements looking to make a change, no matter how small.
One of the UK’s most influential artists gets an enjoyable, yet sterile, profile in this new documentary.
Ryan is joined by Arik and Scott to discuss the July titles from Criterion.
My guest for this month is Patrick Gibson, and he’s joined me to discuss the film I chose for him, the 1957 drama film Wild Strawberries..
In a new age of alt-documentaries, this stands above many as one of the very best in recent memory.
Stephane Brize returns with not only one of her best films to date, but also a towering performance from Vincent Lindon.
While the story of two tango dancers may not seem like the grounds for a profound and emotional documentary, German Kral proves it’s ground for one of the year’s very best non-fiction features.
Mark and Aaron change things up by talking about a variety of topics, such as Don Hertzfeld, Lady Snowblood, recent purchases, and 4K TVs.
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s news and new releases.
David revisits – yet again! – this odd little throwaway political satire whipped out by Nagisa Oshima in the spring of 1968.