We discuss Vadim wanting to watch Toys as a six-year-old, the incompetence of Mark L. Lester, and more.
We discuss filmmaking as a job, The Dark Night, appreciating bad blockbusters that feel, and more.
The summer keeps going as we talk shop with Robert Greene and his new documentary Fake It So Real.
Our first of order of business—can you find the moment where I flubbed the original recording and had to do a hard audio edit?
We’re back with episode 3, and are joined at Grassroots Tavern by Alex Ross Perry.
This is the sixth(!) season premiere of our glorious little time at my beloved bar that we’re all very sure you’re excited about.
This episode was recorded a scant two weeks ago, way back when the Claire Denis retro was winding down at IFC Center.
We come to you live this time not from the hollow hall of Grassroots Tavern but downtown Washington, DC.
Summer is officially over and all the kids are going back to school.
Our third International podcast is here!
This was recorded prior to the end of the World Cup (go #NE…oh wait) so excuse us.
So to help us fight lame, we’ve got Grady Hendrix, he of the multi-headed New York Asian Film Festival hydra.
Tie-ins are the lifeblood of any successful comic franchise and essentially every major blockbuster film.