This week on the Cinemaholics podcast, we’re reviewing ‘Bullet Train,’ a new action comedy starring Brad Pitt, Brian Tyree Henry, and more.
This week on the Cinemaholics podcast, we discuss A24’s ‘Marcel the Shell with Shoes On,’ starring Dean Fleischer Camp and Jenny Slate.
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, special guest Adonis Gonzalez joins us to review ‘Nope,’ the third film by Jordan Peele.
This week on the Cinemaholics podcast, Trisha Ashton joins the show to help us review ‘Where the Crawdads Sing,’ starring Daisy Edgar-Jones.
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, Bryan Young joins the show for a review of Marvel’s ‘Thor: Love and Thunder.’
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, the It Ain’t Ogre crew join the show to help review Minions: The Rise of Gru.
Aaron Dicer jumps onto the Cinemaholics podcast to help unpack Stranger Things 4, or Season 4 of Stranger Things, now on Netflix.
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, we discuss ‘Elvis,’ ‘The Black Phone,’ and the summer box office so far.
This week on the Cinemaholics podcast, we check out Spiderhead and a few other streaming releases that came out over the weekend.
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, Charlie Ridgely joins us to review ‘Lightyear,’ the latest Pixar movie and ‘Toy Story’ spinoff.
This week on the podcast, we review Jurassic World Dominion and Hustle. And we open the show with a ranking of the Jurassic Park movies.
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, we analyze David Cronenberg’s new body horror sci-fi drama, ‘Crimes of the Future.’
This week on the Cinemaholics Podcast, we review Top Gun: Maverick, Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers, and Happening.
This week on the Cinemaholics podcast, we review ‘Men,’ Alex Garland’s new A24 horror starring Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear.
Jerrod Carmichael stars in and first-time directs ‘On the Count of Three,’ a dark, but wholesome indie also starring Christopher Abbot.
Is there a doctor in the multiverse? Sam Raimi is back in the director chair for Doctor Strange 2, the biggest MCU movie since the last one.
Directed by Martin Campbell, ‘Memory’ stars Liam Neeson as an assassin for hire and Guy Pearce as the detective who’s after him.
From Doctor Strange and two Thors to Buzz Lightyear (sort of?) and dinosaurs, here’s our Summer Movie Preview for 2022!
Nicolas Cage stars as…himself! In ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.’ Tune in for our review with special guest Clint Worthington.
In this special bonus episode of Cinemaholics, we discuss ‘The Northman,’ a new revenge blockbuster from auteur director Robert Eggers.
No really, we’re excited to talk about RRR, a buzzy new blockbuster that is too epic to fit the word epic on this week’s podcast!
Two big-budget blockbusters, Ambulance and Sonic 2, sped into theaters this past weekend, but which one is the most endearingly chaotic?
Now on Netflix, Judd Apatow’s newest comedy, ‘The Bubble,’ features an A-list cast attempting to make a blockbuster during COVID.
No time like the present to talk about Everything Everywhere All at Once, but also Richard Linklater’s Apollo 10½: A Space Age Childhood!
In addition to reviewing The Lost City, the latest from Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, we discuss the Oscars’ biggest, ahem, surprises.
Live from the internet, Jon Negroni and Will Ashton pick their Oscars winners for the 2022 Academy Awards, using the official nominations.
Directed by Tyler Perry (again), Madea is back at it (again) on Netflix (again) and you better believe she’s mad about something (again).
This week, we have a double feature review for ‘X,’ a new horror slasher from Ti West, and ‘Deep Water,’ an erotic thriller on Hulu.
Cinematic vengeance is ours on this week’s episode of the podcast, where we’re covering the latest from DC, plus two Sundance favorites!
Peter Dinklage stars as Cyrano in the musical adaptation of the classic play, also starring Haley Bennett and directed by Joe Wright.
Channing Tatum co-directed a movie? Now that’s a real gambit! Guest Charlie Ridgely is here to help us review Dog!
Jon and Will jump onto the Cinemaholics podcast to discuss the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie, plus they slice into the overall franchise.
Three grown men talking about video games and movies? Not exactly uncharted territory, but we’re having fun.
Two new romantic comedies. But which one is better? Join us as we review ‘Marry Me’ and ‘I Want You Back,’ now available on streaming.
The real mystery behind Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Death on the Nile’ is whether or not we really disagree as much as it sounds in our review.
In addition to our main review of ‘Moonfall,’ we discuss the Oscars 2022 nominations this week and a few new releases.
Now playing in theaters, ‘Jackass Forever’ reunites your favorites jackasses for one last depraved, beautiful, stunt-filled adventure.
Now that Sundance 2022 is over, what are the best films we saw during one of the year’s biggest (virtual) film festivals?
Does ‘The House’ always win? Tune in now to hear our thoughts on a trio of dark indie films hitting theaters and streaming.
A new ‘Scream’ movie just hit theaters, and we’re catching up on Prime Video’s awards season contender, ‘The Tender Bar.’ Tune in now.
It’s time four our annual Top 10 Movies of the year episode, so sit back, relax, and get ready to love and hate all our picks.
In this special bonus episode of Cinemaholics, Ally Johnson (EIC of The Young Folks) joins us to review Simon Kinberg’s follow-up to ‘Dark Phoenix.’
Triple, double, reviews, and trouble…
Plug into our discussion of ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ (or ‘Matrix 4’), directed and co-written by Lana Wachowski.
Are we down bad for Sean Baker’s latest A24 film? Well, for starters, it stars Simon Rex and isn’t in black and white.
Tune in to hear our bonus discussion of Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest feature film recipe for success.
Sorkin, we’re home! To review your latest movie, which follows the making of an episode of ‘I Love Lucy.’ Hijinks ensue, and we’re even joined by a special guest!
Guillermo del Toro returns with a star-studded cast for this moody noir remake hitting awards season.
The biggest movie of 2021 is here, and so are we! Sparks (and webs) fly, as special guest Matt Serafini swings in to help us review the third Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland.
We discuss the 1961 film, its remake, and a bunch of Puerto Rican stuff, because why not?
Tune into our bonus episode of the Cinemaholics podcast, where we discuss the films of Adam McKay, including his newest one coming to Netflix later this month.
This week, we cover a trifecta of critically acclaimed movies, from Jane Campion’s awards-favored western to yet another black-and-white film in 2021. Also, nuns!
Disney’s latest animated film sparks a big discussion for such a comparatively small movie.
Tune in now to hear our bonus podcast review of The Father, Son, and House of Gucci.
Who you gonna call for an overwhelmingly positive review of Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters sequel? Eh, maybe someone else.
Our very own Will Ashton asks some biting questions about the next Netflix obsession.
That’s right, Idris Elba dresses up as a cowboy in two Netflix movies this year. But this one might be, um, fantastic?
This week on the podcast, we’re not feeling all that great about the feel-good, black-and-white front-runner for this year’s top prize at the Oscars.
This week, we’re talking about a new Marvel movie. Because we haven’t done that enough times in 2021!
Special guest Isaac Feldberg joins the show for a deep dive review into Antlers, a new supernatural horror film from director Scott Cooper.
This week on the show, the boys go back in time to review Edgar Wright’s latest, plus the upcoming Netflix film, ‘Passing.’
This week, we review Denis Villeneuve’s latest sci-fi epic. Plus we get into ‘The French Dispatch’ from Wes Anderson, and the animated family film ‘Ron’s Gone Wrong.’