Greetings, programs, and welcome to a very special episode of the podcast. This week instead of our usual two things, we are reviewing one or eight, depending on your perception of the universe. Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities is an 8-episode horror anthology that is now out on Netflix, and we are looking at all eight episodes. We both have strong feelings about them; listen in to find out what they are!Continue reading “Podcast: Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities”
Greetings programs! We’re back for the second week in a row with a new episode. Rejoice!Continue reading “Awesome Friday Movie Podcast Episode 2: ‘Blood Red Sky’ & ‘Settlers’”
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Settlers, the new Sci-Fi western set on Mars, is available on-demand starting today. I had the chance to speak with director Wyatt Rockefeller about his inspirations for the film, the themes it portrays, and the best movie robot of the year.Continue reading “Interview: Wyatt Rockefeller on his film ‘Settlers.’”
A western, on Mars. That’s the pitch with Settlers, the debut feature from Wyatt Rockefeller, a film that tells the story of a family farmstead in the middle of nowhere on Mars. True to its pitch, the story is difficult and bleak, but it doesn’t quite live up to its potential, while it does feature excellent performances all around.Continue reading “Review: ‘Settlers’ compelling performances and stunning production design keep it interesting”