Cinemaholics Podcast #191 – Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, On the Rocks, The Witches, Rebecca, Bad Hair

It time for very nice episode of Cinemaholics. First American movie is Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, great success. Rashida Jones and Bill Murray have weird marriage problem in On the Rocks, not nice. New streaming service HBO Max ruin day with The Witches, my wife Anne Hathaway make big impression. Rebecca on Netflix make no sense, but Lily James in it, high five. Bad Hair on Hulu scare all children, not appropriate for babies under 3, now official favorite movie of Cinemaholics Halloween.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #190 – The Trial of the Chicago 7, Love and Monsters, American Utopia, Spontaneous, The Kid Detective

This week, we call Aaron Sorkin to the stand for his latest film The Trial of the Chicago 7, which is now on Netflix and stars Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and many more. We also find some time for love, or Love and Monsters to be specific, which stars Dylan O’Brien and Jessica Henwick. We discuss Spike Lee’s concert film, David Byrne’s American Utopia, which is now on HBO Max. Plus Spontaneous, a high school “sci fi black comedy” starring Katherine Langford and Charlie Plummer. And finally, The Kid Detective, a dark comedy starring Adam Brody and Sophie Nélisse.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #189 – Hubie Halloween, The Wolf of Snow Hollow, The 40-Year-Old Version, Charm City Kings, The Lie

It’s a little spooky how positive we are on Hubie Halloween, the newest Netflix film starring Adam Sandler and a whole host of other recognizable actors and comedians. We keep the horror comedy vibe going with our review of The Wolf of Snow Hollow, the final film starring Robert Forster. Then we go back to Netflix to watch The 40-Year-Old Version, a Sundance hit starring Radha Blank, who also directed the film. On HBO Max, there’s Charm City Kings, a fun dirt bike racing drama starring Jahi Di’Allo Winston and Meek Mill. And finally, Will welcomes us to “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” a new Amazon Prime Video slate of horror movies starting with The Lie.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #188 – Possessor, Dick Johnson is Dead, Scare Me, Save Yourselves!

We had an out-of-body experience trying to review Brandon Cronenberg’s trippy new sci-fi horror film Possessor, which stars Andrea Riseborough, Christopher Abbot, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Sean Bean. After that, we dive into the endless charms of Kirsten Johnson’s new documentary Dick Johnson is Dead. And since it is October, why not add another horror film, Scare Me, which is now on Shudder. Last, there’s Save Yourselves! — a new indie comedy starring Sunita Mani and John Paul Reynolds.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #187 – Enola Holmes, Kajillionaire, Secret Society of Second Born Royals

As always, we don’t have a clue what to review this week. But we’ll start with Enola Holmes, a new YA Netflix film starring Millie Bobby Brown as the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes, played by Henry Cavill. We also discuss Miranda July’s latest indie favorite, Kajillionaire, which stars Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Richard Jenkins, and Debra Winger. Last, there’s a new Disney+ movie made with the Disney Channel called Secret Society of Second Born Royals and, um, yikes.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – TIFF 2020 Recap

This year’s Toronto International Film Festival has just ended, but we’re just getting started covering and even rediscovering the best and worst of this virtual event. From awards favorites like Nomadland and One Night in Miami to noteworthy standouts like Wolfwalkers and City Hall, we discuss up to 33 films you’ll likely hear even more about as we move into the winter film season.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #186 – The Devil All The Time, The Nest, Antebellum, The Way I See It

On this week’s episode, we’re hitchhiking all the way to West Virginia and Ohio for the latest Netflix original film, The Devil All The Time starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson. We also discuss The Nest starring Jude Law and Carrie Coon, Antebellum starring Janelle Monáe, and The Way I See It, a new documentary about the Obama administration from the perspective of his official White House photographer.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #185 – Unpregnant, The Social Dilemma, Cuties, #Alive, All In: The Fight For Democracy

The Cinemaholics are going on a road trip! Metaphorically, at least. Our first pit stop this week is an in-depth review of Unpregnant, a buddy road trip comedy streaming exclusively on HBO Max, and it stars Haley Lu Richardson and Barbie Ferreira. Next, we travel all the way to the internet for The Social Dilemma, a new Netflix documentary about how social media is basically ruining society. Fun! After that, we head to France to discuss yet another Netflix film, Cuties, which has been caught in a maelstrom of controversy considering its sexual content. But that’s not all, we go on a detour out east for #Alive, a new South Korean zombie movie on (you guessed it) Netflix! Last, we head on home for an American documentary on Prime Video called All In: The Fight For Democracy, which is about voter suppression in these United States.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #184 – Mulan, I’m Thinking of Ending Things

In our first official episode with new Cinemaholics co-host Abby Olcese, we discuss the honor and honor that is to be found honorable in Mulan, the latest live-action Disney remake, which stars Liu Yifei, Donnie Yen, Tzi Ma, Gong Li, and Jet Li. Plus, we review Charlie Kaufman’s new mind-bending film I’m Thinking of Ending Things, which is now on Netflix and stars Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #183 – The New Mutants, Bill & Ted Face the Music, The Personal History of David Copperfield

Special guest Charlie Ridgely joins the show for our long-awaited review of The New Mutants, the final X-Men comic-book movie made by Fox…which was shot three years ago. We also discuss Bill & Ted Face the Music, the third installment in the beloved franchise starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter. And last we tackle The Personal History of David Copperfield, a new adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens novel, and this one stars Dev Patel and was directed by Armando Iannucci.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #182 – The One and Only Ivan, Tesla, Words on Bathroom Walls

The two and only Cinemaholics are back to review The One and Only Ivan, a new Disney+ family feature starring Bryan Cranston, Sam Rockwell, Danny DeVito, Angelina Jolie, and many more. We also go back in time in a fun way with our discussion of Tesla, the Sundance biopic from IFC Films starring Ethan Hawke. And we finish the show with a review of Words on Bathroom Walls, the new YA teen romance starring Charlie Plummer and Taylor Russell.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #181 – Project Power, Boys State, Magic Camp, Happy Happy Joy Joy

Good news, we don’t need a superpower pill to put on a powerful episode of Cinemaholics, which this week covers Project Power, now on Netflix and starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Dominique Fishback. We also discuss Boys State from A24, a documentary about Texas students who learn about politics by building a government of their own, which is now streaming on Apple TV+. Will describes the less magical elements of Magic Camp, a family comedy that just hit Disney+ starring Adam DeVine and Gillian Jacobs. And last, we have a heated debate about the controversial documentary Happy Happy Joy Joy, which is about the making of Nickelodeon’s pioneering ’90s cartoon “Ren and Stimpy” and the complicated legacy of its problematic show runner.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #180 – An American Pickle, The Tax Collector, Waiting for the Barbarians

We’ve gotten ourselves into yet another…fermented cucumber. This week we’re reviewing An American Pickle, the new Seth Rogen comedy now streaming on HBO Max. We also discuss David Ayer’s latest directorial/screenwriting effort The Tax Collector, which stars Bobby Soto and Shia LaBeouf. And last is Ciro Guerra’s Waiting for the Barbarians, a slow burn frontier drama starring Mark Rylance, Robert Pattinson, and Johnny Depp. Of course, we open up the episode with a brief, but satisfying check-in with Christopher Nolan, himself.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #179 – She Dies Tomorrow, Black is King, Host, The Fight

The Cinemaholics gang is finally getting existential. Our featured review this week is She Dies Tomorrow, a new indie horror from Amy Seimetz. We also discuss Beyoncé’s Disney+ visual album Black is King, which sort of ties into last year’s The Lion King remake. Also, Host is a new horror film shot and produced during the pandemic, and it’s about a Zoom call that goes horribly wrong. Fun! And last is a new political documentary called The Fight, which is about recent ACLU cases fighting various human rights cases in the United States. We also talk briefly about “Umbrella Academy” Season 2, the future of Netflix sitcoms without “Friends” or “The Office,” and the latest release date news for Tenet.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #178 – The Rental, Yes God Yes, John Lewis: Good Trouble

Special guest Abby Olcese joins us for a review of the new horror thriller The Rental, Dave Franco’s directorial debut starring Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, and Jeremy Allen White. We also discuss Yes, God, Yes starring Natalia Dyer and the recent documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #177 – Relic

No Tenet? No problem. In addition to our featured review this week, we briefly discuss the new streaming service Peacock, including its flagship original series “Brave New World,” which boasts an impressive cast. Plus, Will shares his thoughts on the recently released indie The Sunlit Night, which stars Jenny Slate. Finally, we get into an in-depth discussion of Relic, an Australian horror film starring Emily Mortimer, Robyn Nevin, and Bella Heathcote.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #176 – The Old Guard, Palm Springs, Greyhound, First Cow, Family Romance LLC, Sometimes Always Never

Special guest Emily Kubincanek joins us for a marathon of reviews this week, starting with the new Netflix action blockbuster, The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne. Then we loop into Hulu’s time-bending rom-com Palm Springs, starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti. Tom Hanks writes and stars in the new Apple TV+ WWII epic, Greyhound, which just released this week. We slow things down for the meditative First Cow from writer/director Kelly Reichardt. Oh, and Werner Herzog made a new Japanese-language film called Family Romance, LLC. Last, we finish things off with a wordy scramble of a review for the British quirk-film Sometimes Always Never, which stars Bill Nighy and Sam Riley.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #173 – Miss Juneteenth, 7500, Wasp Network, Infamous

This week, we’re kicking the show off with a brief conversation about The Last of Us Part II, plus some listener feedback about political ideologies informing our film reviews. Then we kick off the week’s new releases with Miss Juneteenth, a recent Sundance family drama starring Nicole Beharie. We also fasten our seatbelts for a review of 7500, a claustrophobic hijacking thriller starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt in his first film role since 2016. Will shares his thoughts on the new Netflix spy thriller Wasp Network, which has a huge cast including Penélope Cruz, Ana de Armas, Édgar Ramirez, and more. And we finish the show out with a drive-in feature called Infamous, which stars Bella Thorne and Jake Manley.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #172 – Da 5 Bloods, Artemis Fowl, The King of Staten Island

Special guest Charlie Ridgely of Comicbook.com joins the show for a death-defying review of Spike Lee’s new joint Da 5 Bloods, which is now streaming on Netflix. We also answer a listener question, rant about Artemis Fowl (now on Disney+), and finish things out with a balanced discussion of Judd Apatow’s new dramedy The King of Staten Island starring Pete Davidson and Bill Burr, which just came out on VOD.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #171 – Shirley, Becky, Deerskin, Tommaso

We haven’t left our cabin for two months, but the good news is we have an internet connection, which means we just watched Shirley on Hulu! After a brief discussion of HBO Max and our current efforts to support causes related to the Black Lives Matter movement, we review some of the notable film releases of the last week, including Shirley from director Josephine Decker starring Elisabeth Moss and Michael Stuhlbarg, Becky starring Lulu Wilson and Kevin James, Deerskin from French director Quentin Dupieux, and Tommaso from director Abel Ferrara starring Willem Dafoe.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #170 – The High Note, Body Cam, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, Hope Gap

This past week may not have opened on a, ahem, high note, but that doesn’t mean the Cinemaholics are tuning out on the latest batch of film releases. After a quick birthday shoutout for our favorite movies ever and a mini review of “Space Force” on Netflix, we jump into our in-depth review of The High Note, a new feel-good comedy-drama starring Dakota Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ice Cube, and Kelvin Harrison Jr. We also discuss Body Cam starring Mary J. Blige and Nat Wolff, the new Netflix documentary mini-series Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, and Hope Gap starring Annette Bening and Bill Nighy.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #169 – The Lovebirds, The Vast of Night, The Painter and the Thief, To the Stars

The Lovebirds just hit Netflix, so Jon and Will are hitting the mic to talk about it. Does this new action rom-com starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, which was originally planned for a theatrical release, scratch our itch for a studio comedy hitting the early ebbs of summer? Also, stay tuned for some extra reviews this week, including The Vast of Night, an indie sci-fi movie that just hit Amazon Prime Video and drive-in theaters. Jon gets a chance to express his love for The Painter and the Thief, a recent Sundance documentary that’s now available via VOD. And the Cinemaholics finish the episode with a more topical discussion about black and white films, tied in with a review of To the Stars, another VOD release.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – #ReleaseTheSnyderCut (Feat. Dan Murrell)

Special guests Dan Murrell and Sam Noland are here to chat about Zack Snyder’s recently announced director’s cut of Justice League, which came out in 2017 to mostly negative reviews (from us, included). We break down this big news, explain what it means for the movie industry, and speculate about what the cut might look and feel like and what other director’s cuts we’re hoping to see someday.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #168 – Scoob!

Zoinks! Like, we’re finally reviewing Scoob! man! I’m Mathew Lillard, the real voice of Shaggy, and Jon and Will hired me to write this episode description for them. Those guys really know how to make a dude like me feel welcome. So like, special guests Matt Serafini and Chris Sheridan are totally here to help out, man! But I gotta be honest, why can’t we ever review, like, a Burger King or something? Anyway, you enjoy this review of Scoob! while I stay in the van and enjoy this chocolate pizza. What do you think, Frank—er, I mean Scoob? RUH-ROH RAGGY! What is it, Scoob? Wait, is that a…a…P-P-P-ODCAST JUMP THE SHARK MOMENT?! (running away sound effects)

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Cinemaholics Podcast #167 – Valley Girl, Capone, Driveways, Spaceship Earth, Becoming, The Wrong Missy

Like, we’re totally traveling to the 80s, man! Will our review of Valley Girl starring Jessica Rothe be as bitchin’ as the original from 1983? As if! But we go even further back in time to discuss Josh Trank’s new biopic Capone starring Tom Hardy, and something smells with this movie, dude! Let’s slow down a bit and relax by the driveway in Driveways, which is a super chill indie drama, don’t have a cow! Forget the 80s, though, let’s go to the 90s in Spaceship Earth, a new Sundance documentary about some radical hippies who lived in a Biosphere back in 1991. Far out, man! On Netflix, we got Becoming, a new doc about Michelle Obama, so like hail to the former chief’s ex-ce-llent first lady. And last, Jon asks Will, “where your beef?!” with The Wrong Missy, a new Netflix comedy starring David Spade and Lauren Lapkus. Guess that one gagged Will with a spoon!

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Cinemaholics Podcast #166 – Beastie Boys Story, The Half of It, Hollywood, Dangerous Lies, Clementine

Hit it! Yo it’s Jon and Will and they’re here to chat, CINEMAHOLICS IS WHERE IT’S AT. A podcast, a film show, reviews galore. If you’re not into it, there’s the DOOR. It starts with Beastie Boys and here’s their Story, an Apple TV doc about all their glory. On Netflix we stan, Alice Wu’s romance, it’s THE HALF OF IT, and you stand no CHANCE. We go to Hollywood, the big Ryan Murphy joint, again on Netflix, so yeah what’s the POINT. Of watchin’ what else, like Dangerous Lies, BUT THAT’S ON NETFLIX TOO, man time flies. So if you’re quite unsure, about what to watch, we got one more cure, CLEMENTINE on VOD kicks it up a NOTCH! notch…notch…notch…notch…notch.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – The Plot Against America

Special guest Emily Kubincanek joins us for a bonus review of The Plot Against America, a new HBO mini-series starring Zoe Kazan, Winona Ryder, John Turturro, and many more. From David Simon (creator of The Wire), this alternate history drama follows a Jewish family in 1940s New Jersey trying to grapple with the presidency of Charles Lindbergh, who wins on a platform of staying out of World War II and has a history of antisemitism.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #165 – Bad Education, The Willoughbys, True History of the Kelly Gang, Extraction, Normal People

Hey folks, Coach here. Ready to tell you all about our Bad Education review this week. Now on HBO. Ya gotta trust your teachers, but what if your superintendent was secretly Hugh Jackman? What if Allison Janney was his right hand? Don’t worry. I got my eye on both ’em. Anyway, we also got you folks covered on The Willoughbys, the new Netflix animated film. Time for a history lesson with True History of the Kelly Gang, which just hit VOD. Extraction is on Netflix too, and I gotta say, I love me an action flick with Chris Hemsworth. Finally, we get a little sappy and romantic, what’s new, with Normal People, which just dropped its first season on Hulu. If it’s anything like the season I got comin’ up in the fall, it’s a doozy. Anyway. Coach, OUT!

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Cinemaholics Podcast #164 – Sergio, Sea Fever, Selah and the Spades, Abe, Endings Beginnings

Well, the news is out. Jon and Will’s parents just got married, which means Cinemaholics has a brand new intro to mark the occasion. Once that’s out of the way, the bruthas get down to business reviewing Sergio, the new Netflix film starring Wagner Moura and Ana de Armas. After a quick chat about their favorite flicks of 2020 so far, the mismatched duo discuss the new sci-fi horror thriller Sea Fever, high school indie Selah and the Spades on Prime Video, Abe starring Noah Schnapp of “Stranger Things” fame, and Endings, Beginnings from Like Crazy director Drake Doremus starring Shailene Woodley, Sebastian Stan, and Jamie Dornan.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #163 – Trolls: World Tour, Tigertail, Vivarium, Love Wedding Repeat, Impractical Jokers: The Movie

We may not be allowed to explore the world right now, but a mere quarantine won’t stop these Trolls from rocking out. In this action-packed episode of Cinemaholics, we open with an extended Off-Topics section covering all the latest shows we’ve been watching, including Quibi, for some reason. After a quick PSA, we discuss DreamWorks and Universal’s surprise straight-to-streaming sequel, Trolls: World Tour. Then we slow things way down to discuss Tigertail, a new original Netflix drama starring Tzi Ma. Looking for a weird sci-fi indie starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots? Look no further than Vivarium. There’s also Love Wedding Repeat, another new Netflix movie, but this one is a multiverse rom-com starring Sam Claflin and Olivia Munn. Finally, Will Ashton gets a bit serious for our detailed, practical review of Impractical Jokers: The Movie, based on the truTV show.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #162 – Bacurau, The Platform, McMillion$, Swallow, Coffee & Kareem

Special guest Sam Noland joins us for a weird review of the new weird western Bacurau, now available through some streaming platforms and maybe your local arthouse theater. The gang also discusses a new sci-fi horror flick called The Platform on Netflix, the HBO documentary mini-series McMillion$, yet another sci-fi horror flick called Swallow starring Haley Bennett, and stoner buddy comedy Coffee & Kareem on Netflix starring Ed Helms and Taraji P. Henson.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #161 – Tiger King, Bloodshot, Crip Camp, Slay the Dragon

From rednecks to orange chests, we’ve to you covered this week on Cinemaholics. First we dive into the insanity of Joe Exotic in the new Netflix documentary series, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. Then we really kick into gear for our review of Bloodshot, a Vin Diesel action movie that only briefly appeared in theaters before getting blasted into VOD. Last, we discuss a pair of more inspiring documentaries, which include Crip Camp on Netflix from Higher Ground Productions (owned by Barack and Michelle Obama) and Slay the Dragon, a documentary about gerrymandering from Magnolia Pictures.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #160 – Big Time Adolescence, The Banker, Stargirl, Lost Girls

The cinema may be closed, but not Cinemaholics! We’re covering some of the most notable new streaming releases hitting your WiFi router, which include a Sundance indie on Hulu starring Pete Davidson, a would-be Oscar contender on Apple TV+ starring Anthony Mackie and Samuel L. Jackson, a Disney+ original music drama starring Grace VanderWaal, and a crime drama on Netflix starring Amy Ryan.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #159 – The Hunt, Guns Akimbo, I Still Believe, Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Special guest Amanda the Jedi joins us all the way from YouTube to review a host of controversial new films most of us can’t see in theaters right now, including The Hunt starring Betty Gilpin, Guns Akimbo starring Daniel Radcliffe and Samara Weaving, I Still Believe starring Britt Robertson and her boyfriend Archie (fine, KJ Apa), and Never Rarely Sometimes Always starring Sidney Flanigan and Talia Ryder.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #158 – Onward, The Way Back, Emma., Spenser Confidential

Special guest Charlie Ridgely joins us for a cinematic quest from the fantastical suburbia of Pixar’s Onward to the Los Angeles basketball courts of The Way Back, and even further to the debutante affairs of Emma. Whatever your poison (Spenser Confidential, anyone?), the Cinemaholics have you covered this week.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #157 – The Invisible Man, A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon, Wendy, The Call of the Wild

Special guest The Invisible Man comes on the show to talk about his own movie The Invisible Man, which was directed by Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss. So stay tuned to hear our thoughts on the latest Blumhouse horror movie, which has most audiences and critics pleasantly spooked. The Cinemaholics also have a chance to discuss the other new releases of the week, including Wendy, Shaun the Sheep 2, and more.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #156 – Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Special guests Julia Teti and Emily Kubincanek join Jon and Will for an in-depth review of Portrait of a Lady on Fire, one of the most universally acclaimed new films from the last year. Directed by Céline Sciamma, this sweeping romantic drama centers around an intense love affair between a young painter (Noémie Merlant) and the woman she is secretly painting a portrait of (Adèle Haenel).

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Cinemaholics Podcast #155 – Sonic the Hedgehog, The Photograph, Downhill, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Did audiences have a real need for speed this Valentine’s Day? Jon and Will review Sonic the Hedgehog, which premiered this weekend to huge success despite its release delay, alongside other new wide releases like The Photograph and Downhill, plus the new Netflix rom-com sequel, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #154 – Birds of Prey, Horse Girl, BoJack Horseman, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made

Ready to be emancipated from January movie season? Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) just flew into theaters, and the Cinemaholics are ready to discuss. Stay tuned for reviews of the new Netflix film Horse Girl starring Alison Brie, our quick Season 6 discussion of BoJack Horseman, and the surprisingly good new Disney+ original movie Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #153 – Sundance 2020, Miss Americana, The Rhythm Section, Gretel & Hansel

It’s that time of year again, when Jon goes to see way too many movies in Park City, Utah, then comes back to tell us all about them. In addition to giving an overview of the Sundance Film Festival, Jon joins Will for in-depth reviews of the new Taylor Swift documentary Miss Americana, The Rhythm Section starring Blake Lively and Jude Law, and the dark fantasy reimagining Gretel & Hansel.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #152 – The Gentlemen, Color Out of Space, Clemency, A Fall From Grace, VHYes

This week, a couple of gents got together to discuss The Gentlemen, the newest film from writer/director Guy Ritchie. With Jon Negroni still shivering in the cold at the Sundance Film Festival, Will Ashton and special guest Sam Noland go across the pond to see what is being considered a return-to-form for the British filmmaker by some and a regressive piece of work by others. Where do these two lads land? Listen to this week’s episode to find out, in addition to hearing our thoughts on Richard Stanley’s H.P. Lovecraft adaptation, Color Out of Space, starring Nicolas Cage, Tyler Perry’s Netflix Original, A Fall From Grace, Clemency starring Alfre Woodard, and a lot more.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #151 – Dolittle, Bad Boys for Life

It’s survival of the fittest this week on Cinemaholics, which means special guest Cory Woodroof has stepped up to fill in for Jon while he’s away at Sundance. Cory and Will dive into some catch-up reviews, plus they react to the Oscars 2020 nominations before reviewing the two wide releases this week: Dolittle and Bad Boys for Life.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #149 – Top 10 Films of 2019

Special guest Sam Noland joins us for a countdown of our favorite films this year, as well as our general reflections on 2019. You’ll also hear voice recordings from Cinemaholics contributors all across the globe who picked vastly different films for their own lists, which all factor into our definitive Top 25 rankings, which you’ll hear at the end of the episode along with outliers and honorable mentions. This is our longest episode of Cinemaholics yet, but we hope you give the whole episode a listen as we deep dive into a wide variety of films that made this past year just a little better.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #148 – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Uncut Gems, Little Women, Bombshell

We have a bad feeling about this episode. This week, Jon and Will return from their holiday break to catch up on the biggest December releases you may have already seen. From far away galaxy of The Rise of Skywalker to the even more alien city in Uncut Gems and Bombshell (New York), this is an episode you don’t want to miss.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #147 – Jumanji: The Next Level, Black Christmas, Richard Jewell, 6 Underground

It’s playtime for the Cinemaholics, as we get sucked into Jumanji: The Next Level. We catch up on a ton of other films, too, including Black Christmas, Richard Jewell, 6 Underground and a whole lot more in our Off-Topics segment. Grab a controller, press play, and join us.

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Interview – Kelvin Harrison Jr. Talks ‘Waves’ and the Current State of Filmmaking

If you’ve been following Cinemaholics closely over the last year, you’ll know I’ve been an outspoken proponent of Kelvin Harrison Jr. as one of the best actors of the year, first due to his landmark performance in Luce from this past summer (which is still on my Top 10 movies of the year list), and now in Waves, a slow burn A24 indie that has a real chance at scoring some Oscar nominations.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #145 – Knives Out, 1917, Noelle, Mickey and the Bear, 21 Bridges, Let it Snow, By the Grace of God

This week, every movie is a suspect. Jon and Will discuss the latest releases, including Rian Johnson’s modern whodunnit-murder-mystery ensemble, Knives Out, which stars way too many people to mention. We also talk Christmas movies on streaming, catch up on recent flicks we missed, and cover a few indies you might want to add to your ever-growing radar.

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Let’s play Cinephile! A card game for movie nerds.

It’s game night for the Cinemaholics, as we play Cinephile on this week’s bonus show, featuring special guests Sam Noland and Cory Woodroof. The gang competes to recall the filmographies of John Travolta, Bruce Willis, Penelope Cruz, and Greta Gerwig. Plus, a few rounds of “six degrees of separation,” where we attempt to link two actors at random through their associated roles with other actors!

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Cinemaholics Podcast #144 – Frozen 2, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, The Irishman, The Two Popes

The hot takes never bothered the Cinemaholics anyway. This week, Jon and Will review Frozen 2, the latest animated Disney film, along with the other big releases of the week. They also read your answers to the question of the week, catch up on what they’ve been watching, and discuss the Three Rivers Film Festival.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #143 – Ford v Ferrari, Charlie’s Angels, Klaus, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

This week, Jon and Will enter the fast lane for an in-depth review of Ford v Ferrari, starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale. They kick things off with some mini reviews for The Irishman, Parasite, and Doctor Sleep. Plus some full reviews for Charlie’s Angels, Klaus, and Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Waves, Honey Boy

Special guest Brandon Katz joins us for a bonus episode of Cinemaholics. We dive into Waves, the new A24 drama starring Kelvin Harrison Jr., Taylor Russell, and Sterling K. Brown. After that, we review Honey Boy from Amazon Studios, which stars Shia LaBeouf as his own father in a semi-autobiographical drama about his life as a child actor coming of age.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #142 – Doctor Sleep, Last Christmas, Playing with Fire

Special guest Cory Woodroof joins Will Ashton for an in-depth review of Doctor Sleep, a spiritual sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, but also an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name starring Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson. In addition to reviewing Last Christmas and Playing with Fire, Cory and Will answer the question of the week, offer second opinions of Jojo Rabbit and Marriage Story, and briefly review Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #141 – Terminator: Dark Fate, Marriage Story, Harriet, The King, Western Stars

This week, Jon and Will explore the bright spots of Terminator: Dark Fate, the newest Terminator film directed this time by Tim Miller (Deadpool). They also discuss Marriage Story from director Noah Baumbach, which stars Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson. As well as Harriet, the new biopic centering around Harriet Tubman starring Cynthia Erivo, and […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #140 – The Lighthouse, Jojo Rabbit, Dolemite Is My Name, The Current War

Consider our timbers shivered. This week, Jon and Will review The Lighthouse, which is the newest indie freak flick from Robert Eggers, director of 2016’s The Witch. Later in the show, Jon reviews Jojo Rabbit from Taika Waititi, and Will talks about the new Netflix film Dolemite Is My Name, as well as The Current […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #139 – Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Zombieland: Double Tap, El Camino, Parasite

We’ve let the movies pile up over the last few weeks, which means it’s time for a CINEMAHOLICS REVIEW-ATHON! We start off with the big Disney wide release, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, then dive into Zombieland: Double Tap and catch up on El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. From there, we get into some mini reviews that range from stellar indies to major new shows hitting streaming. This is a packed episode, so be sure to check out the show notes below to see everything we covered.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #138 – Gemini Man, Mister America, In the Tall Grass

This week, we’re seeing double. Jon and Will review Gemini Man, a new action-thriller-spy-clone film starring Will Smith from acclaimed writer and director Ang Lee. Known for its off-kilter shooting style and aggressively high frame rate, Gemini Man has critics and audiences torn, but where do the Cinemaholics stand? Also in the show, Will shares his thoughts on two other new films: Mister America and In the Tall Grass. And Jon briefly discusses his experience playing Borderlands 3 for Playstation 4.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #137 – Joker

A couple jokers reviewing Joker? What could go right? Jon and Will discuss the controversial new film starring Joaquin Phoenix from director Todd Phillips of The Hangover series and other 2000s comedies your dad probably loves. They also dive into some discussion around In the Shadow of the Moon, The Kill Team, The Politician, and more. But the real killing joke is that theme music, which is “Smile” by Jimmy Durante.

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Extra Milestone – On the Waterfront (1954) and Rear Window (1954)

We like to think of ourselves as contenders, so for August and September, Sam and Will are doing a double review of On the Waterfront from director Elia Kazan and Rear Window from Alfred Hitchcock. Both films came out in 1954 and are thus celebrating 65 glorious years at the cinema.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #136 – Judy, Abominable

Special guest Sam Noland returns for a packed episode filled with movie news and reviews you can only find at Cinemaholics, or perhaps somewhere over the rainbow. That’s right, after some movie news chat about The Irishman and Spider-Man returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sam and Will review Judy, a new biopic about the legendary actress and singer, Judy Garland, starring Renée Zellweger. Also, Will briefly shares his thoughts on Abominable, the latest animated film from DreamWorks.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #135 – Ad Astra, Rambo: Last Blood, Downtown Abbey, Tigers Are Not Afraid, One Cut of the Dead, In Fabric

Special guest Sam Noland joins us for a galaxy-sized episode of the show this week with more reviews than stars in the sky (or so it might feel). We covered the wide releases of the week, including Ad Astra of course as our featured review toward the end of the show, but we also tackled […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #133 – It Chapter Two

Do Jon and Will float by on charm, too? Or…TWO?! This week on Cinemaholics, Jon and Will discuss It Chapter Two, the followup to the wildly successful 2017 horror film/Stephen King adaptation. They also talk about Where’d You Go Bernadette, Luce, The Nightingale, Dave Chapelle: Sticks & Stones, American Factory, and Brittany Runs a Marathon.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #131 – Ready or Not

This week’s episode of Cinemaholics isn’t a game. We’re reviewing Ready or Not, a new horror thriller/comedy starring Samara Weaving, plus we’re diving into some of the biggest announcements coming out of Disney’s D23 Expo, which includes updates about Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and of course, Disney+. We also tackle a few mini reviews, which […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #130 – Good Boys, Luce, Peanut Butter Falcon, Blinded By The Light, Sextuplets

A TON of movies have come out in the last few weeks, so with Jon and Will back from vacation, they take on a supersized episode of reviews that include Dora and The Lost City of Gold, The Angry Birds Movie 2, and plenty more, including our featured review of Good Boys, Luce, Peanut Butter Falcon, Blinded by the Light, and Sextuplets.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #129 – The Kitchen

If you can’t handle the heat, stay out of Julia and Kimber’s podcast about The Kitchen, a new female-led gangster movie starring Tiffany Haddish, Elisabeth Moss, and Melissa McCarthy. That’s right, Julia Teti and Kimber Myers are guest hosting this episode of the show, which dives deep into the directorial debut of film writer Andrea Berloff (Straight Outta Compton).

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Cinemaholics Podcast #127 – Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood

Get ready to cruise down the sunset strip to WSJ radio (Will/Sam/Jon), because we’re reviewing Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood, the latest film from director/writer Quentin Tarantino, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and a huge cast of surprise faces you’ll probably recognize. This is one of our most divisive conversations of the year, so you don’t want to miss it, ya dig?

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Cinemaholics Podcast #126 – The Lion King, Marvel’s Phase 4, and that Cats Trailer

Before we indulge in Disney’s recycle of life by reviewing The Lion King, the newest “reimgainging” of one of their animated classics, the Cinemaholics catch up on the latest details coming out of Comic Con, specifically the big announcements surrounding Marvel’s next timeline of films and streaming releases. Plus, we get into a fur-raising discussion […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Midsommar

Jon, Will, and Julia escape the daylight and discuss Midsommar, the latest “horror” film from director/writer Ari Aster and A24. Yes, we’re doing another bonus review on an A24 movie. We start with a spoiler-free overview of our thoughts, then we dive into spoiler-filled deep dive of the film. Midsommar stars Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, William Jackson Harper, Will Poulter, and Vilhelm Blomgren.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #124 – Spider-Man: Far From Home

Special guest and fellow webhead Matt Serafini joins us for a full review of Spider-Man: Far From Home, the newest Marvel film featuring Tom Holland as everyone’s favorite neighborhood superhero. We also catch up on some other films and shows we’ve been watching, including Stranger Things Season 3, Anima, and Annabelle Comes Home. This week’s […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #123 – Yesterday

Do we believe in Yesterday? Special guest Kimber Myers joins the show to discuss the latest film from director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Richard Curtis, which explores a world where the Beatles never existed, and the one person who remembers them tries to pass their legendary music off as his own. We also discuss Midsommar and Wild Rose, then dive into some feedback from last week’s show.

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Interview – Gary Dauberman, Director of ‘Annabelle Comes Home’

If you’re a fan of the Annabelle and Conjuring movies, then we have a special treat for you this week. I recently spoke with Gary Dauberman, writer and director of the new horror film Anabelle Comes Home, which hits theaters later this week. Dauberman was also the screenwriter for the first Annabelle in 2014, along with Annabelle: Creation and The Nun. He co-wrote It from 2017 and is the executive producer and co-writer for Swamp Thing, a new DC Comics series on streaming.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #121 – Men in Black: International, The Dead Don’t Die, Changeland

Suit up. Jon and Will are back in black to discuss Men in Black: International, the fourth film in the franchise, now starring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as the memory-wiping, alien-saving agents. They also discuss the lackluster summer box office in 2019 and how this may affect theatrical releases in the future. And you’ll hear reviews for Jim Jarmusch’s “dry zombie comedy” The Dead Don’t Die and Seth Green’s directorial debut Changeland.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #120 – Dark Phoenix, Late Night, The Secret Life of Pets 2, The Souvenir

Have you tried…not being a Cinemaholic? The “X-Men” franchise is on its last wings these days, so Jon and Will are here to discuss Dark Phoenix, Fox’s last breath of fire before Disney bought the rights to these characters. We also discuss the new comedy Late Night starring Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson, The Secret Life of Pets 2 from Illumination, and Joanna Hogg’s latest film The Souvenir from A24.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #119 – Rocketman, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Ma, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Always Be My Maybe

We’re not the podcast you thought we were before. This week, Sam Noland joins Jon Negroni for a packed episode, covering all the wide releases of the week, plus some extra limited/streaming releases. Our theme music this week is “Amoreena,” performed by Taron Egerton on the Rocketman soundtrack.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #118 – Aladdin, The Perfection, Brightburn

Do you trust us? Great! We’re sweeping you off your feet as we review a whole new Disney live-action remake, this time covering everyone’s favorite street rat, Aladdin, in Aladdin. We also discuss The Perfection, a new Netflix film you have to hear to believe, and Brightburn, a super-hero-horror flick that will probably make you […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #117 – John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum

We’re ready to get in on the action of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, the third installment of the ongoing Keanu Reeves hitman franchise from director Chad Stahelski and screenwriter Derek Kolstad. We kick off the show with Off-Topics and briefly catch up on some of the new films we saw this week and last week but don’t have time to fully review.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Under the Silver Lake

Special guest Cory Woodroof joins Will for a long conversation about Under the Silver Lake, the latest film from director David Robert Mitchell (It Follows), which stars Andrew Garfield and Riley Keough. Despite a lot of buzz surrounding this neo-noir thriller after premiering last year at Cannes Film Festival, A24 has only recently unleashed the mystery upon us hopeful cinemaholics. Is that for good reason? Dive in and find out!

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Cinemaholics Podcast #115 – Long Shot, Booksmart, Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile, Tuca & Bertie, Knock Down the House

Special guest Abby Olcese joins us as we cast our ballots for Long Shot, a brand new political romantic comedy starring Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen. But that’s not all! School is out but the party is just getting started. We’re doing an early review for the upcoming bad teen comedy Booksmart, the first film directed by Olivia Wilde. And later in the show, we discuss three new releases on Netflix: Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil and Vile, Tuca & Bertie, and Knock Down the House.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #114 – Avengers: Endgame

We’re assembling some surprise guests to review Avengers: Endgame, starting with a spoiler-free discussion of the blockbuster event that’s already breaking box office records. Afterward, all of our spoiler hesitations disappear with a snap, and we have special guests Alisha Grauso and Matt Donato on deck to help us process basically everything this saga by Marvel has been building up to for over a decade.

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Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe From ‘Iron Man’ to ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Avengers: Endgame marks the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it. At least…until Spider-Man: Far From Home comes out in a few months. Regardless, there are 22 films in this sprawling quilt of franchises, and not all of them are made equal. In this bonus episode of Cinemaholics, I spend a grueling two hours with Sam Noland collaborating and debating a definitive ranking we can both put our names on.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #113 – Summer Movie Preview 2019

Special guests Sam Noland and Julia Teti join us for a Summer Movie Preview that includes the entire writing staff at Cinemaholics for the first time! We talk about all the biggest sparks, spooks, and bops we’re looking forward to the most this summer. Plus we each pick a few “dark horse” films we think might be better than they look, then cover all of our honorable mentions for the upcoming blockbuster season.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #112 – Hellboy, Missing Link, High Life, Guava Island, Little, The Death of Dick Long, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, Breakthrough

We’re traveling to hell and back this week with our review of Hellboy, a new R-rated adaptation of the monster-fighting comic book anti-hero, now starring David Harbour. We also catch up on the latest stop-motion animation family film from LAIKA, Missing Link, and cover plenty of other releases worth talking about, including High Life, Guava Island, Little, The Death of Dick Long, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and Breakthrough.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #111 – Shazam, Pet Sematary, The Best of Enemies, Unicorn Store, Shrill, The Inventor

Special guest Ryan Oliver (The Playlist) joins us for a supersized review of Shazam, the latest superhero film from DC and Warner Bros. We also bury our feelings to discuss Pet Sematary, a new horror remake of the 80s Stephen King adaptation. Later in the show, we’re covering a wide variety of other releases, including The Best of Enemies, Shrill Season 1, The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley, and Unicorn Store.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #110 – Dumbo, The Beach Bum

The inmates are running the asylum this week as Jon is absent for mysterious reasons and Will takes over the show to ramble about Danny DeVito, Sad Clowns, and his enemy list with special guest Cory Woodroof! Later in the show, Will is high on his own supply — i.e. the sound of his own voice — as he spews more nonsense about Harmony Korine in a prolonged, in-depth conversation about The Beach Bum, starring a far-out Matthew McConaughey. All this and more as fans begin to get worried about Jon’s sudden disappearance.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #109 – Us

This week, we’re dedicating the majority of the show to reviewing the new horror film Us, the second feature by director Jordan Peele after his 2017 debut Get Out. We’ll be discussing the film entirely spoiler-free for the first half of this review, then after a fairly obvious spoiler warning, we’ll be digging deep into the secrets, meanings, and interpretations we had after our first watch. Plus, we kick off the episode with a brief review of Yardie, the first feature film directed by Idris Elba.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #108 – Triple Frontier, Five Feet Apart, Captive State, The Mustang, After Life

Special guest Sam Noland joins us for a triple review of Triple Frontier, a new “soldier-heist” film debuting on Netflix and starring Ben Affleck and Oscar Isaac. We’re also getting emotional over the new teen romance dramedy Five Feet Apartstarring Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse. Stick around for even more reviews, including the new sci-fi release Captive State, After Life from Ricky Gervais, and The Mustang, now in limited release.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #107 – Captain Marvel, Leaving Neverland, Miracle Workers, The Aftermath, The Kid

Spring is in the air, and so is Captain Marvel. We’re flying higher, further, and faster in our review of the new Marvel superhero film starring Brie Larson, and joining us is special guest Kimber Myers of the LA Times. We also discuss Leaving Neverland, a new HBO documentary from Sundance about the sexual abuse allegations of Michael Jackson, as well as some other new releases like The Aftermath, The Kid, and one new TV series on TBS starring Steve Buscemi, Daniel Radcliffe and many others in Miracle Workers.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #106 – Greta, Apollo 11, Climax, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

Special guest Cory Woodroof joins us for a quick Oscars 2019 recap, plus we dig into the recent controversy surrounding Steven Spielberg and Netflix. Our main review is Greta, a new thriller from director and co-writer Neil Jordan starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Isabelle Huppert, and Maika Monroe. We also discuss the new IMAX documentary Apollo 11, which just hit limited release along with Gaspar Noé’s dance horror Climax. Last up is The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind on Netflix, Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut, which he also stars in alongside Maxwell Simba.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #105 – How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Fighting with My Family, Paddleton

Special guest Sam Noland joins us for a high-flying review of DreamWorks Animation’s third How to Train Your Dragon film, The Hidden World. We’re also discussing the new family sports comedy-drama Fighting with My Family from writer and director Stephen Merchant, starring Florence Pugh. Later in the show we dig into some of the Oscar-nominated short films and review Paddleton, a new […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #104 – Alita: Battle Angel, Happy Death Day 2U, Isn’t It Romantic

We’re celebrating Valentine’s Day weekend with some new films featuring powerful female leads. Special guest Val Complex joins us to review Alita: Battle Angel, a new sc-fi blockbuster from Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron starring Rosa Salazar. We also discuss Happy Death Day 2U, the sequel to the horror slasher comedy from 2017 starring Jessica Rothe. And Isn’t It […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #103 – The Lego Movie 2, What Men Want, Cold Pursuit, High Flying Bird

Don’t forget to put your toys away. We’re reviewing The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, the long-awaited sequel to the surprise animated hit of 2014. We’re also covering some big new releases, including What Men Want, starring Taraji P. Henson. Plus, we discuss Cold Pursuit, a black comedy revenge thriller starring Liam Neeson, then High Flying Bird, which is a […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #101 – Fyre Fraud, Oscar Nominations 2019

It was the greatest party that never happened. We review the dueling documentaries recently released on Netflix and Hulu covering the infamous failure that was the “Fyre festival.” Plus, it’s that time of year again when we obsess over the most prestigious film awards event you’re probably not watching. We talk about the Oscar nominations for 2019 […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Serenity

We’re still reeling after watching Serenity, a new bonkers neo-noir fishing boat mystery film directed by Steven Knight (Locke) and starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Diane Lane, Djimon Hounsou, Jason Clarke, and Jeremy Strong. Special guest Charlie Ridgely (ComicBook.com) joins us for this extended Last Call review, which begins with a spoiler-free section.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #99 – If Beale Street Could Talk, The Upside

Hold on to your emotions. We’re catching up on one of the best films of the year, If Beale Street Could Talk, with special guest Julia Teti (The Playlist) . Later in the show, we also talk about The Upside, a new inspirational drama starring Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart, and Nicole Kidman. Stay tuned for even more reviews, including Black Mirror: Bandersnatch on […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #98 – Top 10 Films of 2018

We’re counting down our Top 10 movies of 2018! But you won’t just hear picks from the regular cast of this show. We reached out to Cinemaholics contributors across the globe to help us figure out the definitive “Cinemaholics movie of the year.” And we’re not just talking about our favorite films in 2018. We’ll also […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #97 – Vice, Bird Box

Finally, former Vice President and War on Terror cheerleader Dick Cheney has gotten his own comedic biographical film from The Big Short director Adam McKay in Vice. Plus, Netflix has dropped their latest holiday blockbuster, Bird Box, which stars Sandra Bullock along with a huge, talented cast of recognizable faces, but does is this survival thriller worth seeing? Later in […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #96 – Aquaman, Bumblebee

It’s a surf and turf episode! First, we’re diving into the latest DC Comics superhero flick Aquaman. Plus, Hailee Steinfeld and John Cena star in Bumblebee, the latest Transformers film. But this one’s a bit different because it’s a prequel set in the 80s and it’s all about the titular, yellow lovebug. Later in the show, you’ll hear us review […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Mary Poppins Returns

Time to dust off your kites. Mary Poppins has ofifcially returned, this time as Emily Blunt, along with an (almost) all-new cast taking residence at 17 Cherry Tree Lane. Special recurring guest Alisha Grauso (Forbes, BirthMoviesDeath, Marvel.com) joins the show to help us review Disney’s long-awaited sequel to the film starring everyone’s favorite magical nanny.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #93 – Winter Movie Preview 2018

We’re catching up on our most anticipated films of the winter season, starting this coming week and going all the way through February. This includes some prestige awards favorites we haven’t checked out yet, but also major blockbusters and animated features that will keep us warmly entertained throughout these cold, chilly months. We also tease […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – The Grinch

Hey kids! It’s almost December, and you know what that means! Roughly 40 minutes of Will Ashton and the It Ain’t Ogre Til It’s Ogre podcast crew talking about a Dr. Seuss adaptation featuring your favorite Benedict Cumberbatch-voiced Illumination-produced holiday-stealing green bad boy. That’s right, Will, Chris, and Matt are talking about the recently released The […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #91 – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Should we Expelliarmus this new Harry Potter prequel sequel from our minds (wait, is that Obliviate?) Special guest Tyler Carlin of the Bacon and Eggs podcast joins us this week to discuss the latest misadventures of Newt Scamander in J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World of finanical decisions. We also review The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Instant Family, Can You Ever Forgive […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #89 – Bohemian Rhapsody

Is Bohemian Rhapsody Freddie Mercury’s real life, or is it just fantasy? Well, the Cinemaholics are caught in a landslide of controversy surrounding Fox’s new biopic starring Rami Malek about the iconic band’s rise to fame in the 70s and 80s. Also in this show, the gang reviews Suspiria, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, The Haunting of Hill House, Wildlife, and Boy […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #87 – Halloween

Is Halloween a trick…or treat? This week, we review the latest followup to the 1978 classic horror film of the same name, directed this time by David Gordon Green with Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Castle reprising their roles as original final girl Laurie Strode and unkillable serial killer Michael Myers. We also review The Hate U Give, Apostle, […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Bad Times at the El Royale

Drew Goddard directed and wrote this new neo-noir thriller about one night gone horribly wrong at a hotel with some disturbing, dark secrets. Starring Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Jon Hamm, Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, and more, this ensemble piece had all of us at Cinemaholics talking, so we decided to do a special Last Call […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Is Pixar in Decline?

T.J. Wolsos, cofounder of PixarPost.com, joins Jon Negroni for our latest Happy Hour topic: are the best Pixar films behind us? Jon and T.J. discuss the current state of Pixar Animation Studios, from their work culture and recent scandals to the actual movies they have slated for the next decade. This is one conversation about Pixar […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #85 – Venom, A Star is Born

Get ready to sink your teeth into our double feature review of Venom and A Star is Born, this week’s double wide release. Is Venom too toxic for audiences? And should moviegoers get loud for the latest remake of A Star is Born? Also, stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Joe Morton, star of the new CBS show “God […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – James Gunn and the Future of Marvel

Welcome to our first ever Cinemaholics Happy Hour, a new bonus episode series where one of us sits down with a special guest to discuss just one topic that’s on our minds. This week, Cinemaholics host Jon Negroni sits down with Alisha Grauso to discuss the controversy surrounding Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn and his […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #84 – Maniac

We’re breaking the “pattern” this week and we just might lose our minds reviewing Maniac, the new limited series on Netflix directed by Cary Fukunaga and starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill. We also air our interview with Karey Kirkpatrick, the director of Smallfoot, then review the film ourselves along with Hell Fest, The Hate U Give, Night School, and […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Most Overrated and Underrated Movies

It’s finally time for our long-anticipated Q&A episode! We gathered questions from Cinemaholics listeners all across the internet and did our best to answer them. We discussed our most overrated and underrated films, debated which decade of film is better than the other, relived our final Blockbuster Video memories, and a whole lot more. It’s […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #83 – The House with a Clock in its Walls

Did Eli Roth’s first foray into children horror films tick us off? Or were we spellbound by the performances of Jack Black and Cate Blanchett? Tune in to hear our thoughts on The House with a Clock in Its Walls, a new adaptation of the popular book series from the 1970s. And stick around as we also […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #81 – Fall Movie Preview 2018

You voted, we listened! This week we’re doing our full preview of the Fall movie season, from September all the way through November (cut off date is December 1st, even though that’s still “technically” considered Fall). We discuss our most anticipated films coming out, as well as our honorable mentions and a few notable films […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #75 – Mission: Impossible – Fallout

In this week’s episode, should you choose to listen to it, we review Mission: Impossible – Fallout, the latest in the action-blockbuster spy series starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt. We also review Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, Luke Cage Season 2 on Netflix, Who Is America, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, and Damsel.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #71 – Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Special guest Sam Noland of Anyway, That’s All I Got joins the Cinemaholics this week for an action-packed episode, where we review the new film Sicario: Day of the Soldado, the sequel to the 2015 surprise critical hit, Sicario. We also do an early sneak peek review for Ant-Man & The Wasp, then reviews for Leave No Trace, Uncle Drew, and American Animals.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #68 – Hereditary, Ocean’s 8

Welcome to our first ever LADIES NIGHT episode of Cinemaholics, hosted by Kimber Myers with special guests Alisha Grauso and Candice Frederick! The ladies took over our normal programming for a double feature review, starting with the new A24 horror hit, Hereditary, followed by the female-led heist spinoff, Ocean’s 8.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #61 – Summer Movie Preview 2018

It’s time for our second annual Summer Movie Preview episode, where we cover the 2018 movies we’re most excited about from May through August! Unlike last year, we’re pretty low on excitement when it comes to a lot of the blockbusters scheduled for release, so expect some under-the-radar indie flicks to make our lists and honorable mentions.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #50 – Sundance Film Festival Breakdown 2018

Special guest Alex Billington from FirstShowing.net joins us on Cinemaholics this week to discuss all things Sundance, live from Park City, Utah. Alex saw 42 films total over the course of the festival, and he’s got plenty to share about what are sure to be some of the year’s biggest and best films, months before […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #47 – Paddington 2

We were just as surprised as you are when the first Paddington turned out to be a terrific film for kids and adults. Its highly anticipated sequel, Paddington 2, is finally out in U.S. theaters, so it’s time to snack on some marmalade and discuss the ongoing adventures of everyone’s favorite talking bear in London. We also review The […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Movies We’ve Never Seen…Until Now

Every Cinemaholic has a gap in their movie watching, so to cap off the year, we watched films we’ve never seen before, recommended by a fellow host on the show! Special guest Sam Noland from Part-Time Characters (A Movie Podcast) joins this special bonus episode. We’re a bit more relaxed than usual, so expect tangents, […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Downsizing, Bright

Happy Holidays, Cinemaholics! To celebrate, Will Ashton and special guest Matt Serafini just watched two new movies you might have on your radar this week. First up is Downsizing, directed by Alexander Payne and starring Matt Damon. Afterward, they tackle Bright, the new Netflix original blockbuster starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, directed by David Ayer.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #45 – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Greatest Showman

Fire up your off-brand Nintendo gaming systems, because the Cinemaholics are back this week to review Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungleand The Greatest Showman, your two newest movies for getting through the holiday weekend. Plus some mini reviews that include Call Me By Your Name, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and more.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #44 – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Set your blasters to “stunned,” because the Cinemaholics have officially seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi and have plenty of thoughts to share. Fans and critics have been as divided on this new film as the First Order and the Resistance itself, as some hail director Rian Johnson as a fresh new visionary for the Star Wars saga and […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #43 – Winter Movie Preview 2017

From now until February, there are a slew of exciting new movies coming soon to theaters, and the Cinemaholics have already placed their bets on which ones may be worth seeing. There are the more obvious picks, like Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Black Panther, but the gang also uncovers some quiet favorites like Annihilation and Paddington 2, plus all of the Oscar […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #40 – Justice League

The seven have been united onscreen, but offscreen the three Cinemaholics (plus special guest Craig Hanks of The Legendarium Podcast) are here to review Justice League, the latest DCEU film directed by Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon. The gang also takes some time to review The Punisher Season 1 on Netflix, Pixar’s Coco (full review next week), Wonder, and Last Flag Flying.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Why Do We Love Horror Movies?

Why do we love horror movies? This Halloween, go trick-or-treaing for the truth with Jon, Will, and Maveryke, as they explore their favorite traditions about the holiday, what kinds of horror movies they enjoy, and why people even like getting scared by the big screen in the first place. This is our first R-rated episode […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #36 – The Florida Project, Happy Death Day, The Foreigner

The Cinemaholics go on a journey to Orlando this week to talk all about The Florida Project, directed by Sean Baker and starring Willem Dafoe and Brooklyn Prince. They also review Happy Death Day, The Foreigner, The Meyerowitz Stories, The Babysitter, and Mindhunter Season 1. Plus a special On Tap segment with Alisha Grauso covering the recent Harvey Weinstein scandals and Hollywood’s sexual […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Bojack Horseman

Welcome to our first ever Bottle Episode! This is our bonus episode where we focus in on one TV show we’ve binged and/or find bingeworthy.  For good reason, we’ve chosen Bojack Horseman to lead the way on this new off-shoot of Cinemaholics. Four seasons in, we can’t get enough of the Netflix Original, which tackles serious issues with […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #30 – Fall Movie Preview 2017

The Cinemaholics assembled this week to dig into their top picks for the upcoming season of fall movies. From Darren Aronofsky’s mother! starring Jennifer Lawrence to Matthew Vaughn’s spy sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle and James Franco’s off-beat The Disaster Artist and many more, there are a ton of movies coming out soon that are worth getting excited about.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Does Hollywood Have a Cinematic Universe Problem?

From the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DCEU to Universal’s Dark Universe and…Scooby Doo? Anyway, we have two special guests on Last Call this week! Alisha Grauso (Editor-at-large for Movie Pilot) and Matt Donato (Senior Film Critic for We Got This Covered) come on to help us unpack the past, present, and future of Hollywood’s Cinematic Universes. 

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Cinemaholics Podcast #26 – The Dark Tower

The Cinemaholics review The Dark Tower this week, the latest film adaptation of a popular novel by Stephen King and starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. They also take a close look at Lady Macbeth and Detroit, two movies discussed in previous episodes that are finally hitting wider release, and the episode ends with a mini review for Girls Trip.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #24 – Dunkirk, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

The Cinemaholics have their hands full this week with two big reviews coming your way. We first discuss Dunkirk, directed by Christopher Nolan, which centers around the British evacuation of France during WWII. We also review Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, directed by Luc Besson, which is the long-awaited adaptation of the classic French graphic novels.

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Cinemaholics Podcast – Ranking the Pixar Movies with Jonathan Carlin (SuperCarlinBros)

Hey there, Cinemaholics, we’ve been promising you a new Last Call for quite some time, and this one’s no slouch. Special guest Jonathan Carlin of SuperCarlinBros joins Will Ashton and Jon Negroni in a ranking of the 18 Pixar movies so far, from Toy Story all the way to Cars 3. It gets heated. 

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Cinemaholics Podcast #17 – Wonder Woman

Is Wonder Woman as good as the critics are saying? The Cinemaholics gather round the podcast table to discuss, along with special guest Kayleigh Donaldson! The new DCEU film starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine had a massively strong opening weekend, and the Cinemaholics are ready to share their take on what might be the best DC movie in a […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #14 – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

This week on Cinemaholics, Jon, Will, and Maveryke do a full review of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law. They open the show with a question posed for all you Cinemaholics out there: what is your favorite King Arthur movie? Email us your answer at […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #13 – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Your favorite Cinemaholics are back to review Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie directed and written by James Gunn. Jon Negroni, Will Ashton, and Maveryke Hines take some time to discuss what they like, dislike, and love about the followup to the 2014 box office hit.

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Cinemaholics Podcast #8 – Ghost in the Shell

This week’s episode of Cinemaholics finds Jon Negroni and Maveryke Hines unpacking some big movie news in the world of Star Wars and Batgirl before diving into a featured review for Ghost In The Shell. They talk about what they want from a fourth Star Wars trilogy, discuss what could happen in the untitled “Obi-Wan” spinoff, and then do their own casting call […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #2 – The Great Wall, Fist Fight

This week on Cinemaholics, hosts Jon Negroni and Will Ashton invited WGTC mainstay and fellow cinemaholic Matt Donato to help them review Logan, The Great Wall, and Fist Fight. In terms of television, Jon reviews The Good Fight on CBS’s new streaming service, and Will talks about Crashing on HBO. They also spend some time disagreeing about the first trailer for The House, […]

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Cinemaholics Podcast #1 – The Lego Batman Movie, John Wick: Chapter 2

Welcome to the first ever episode of Cinemaholics, the movie review talk show where movie fanatic Jon Negroni and film critic Will Ashton talk about the latest big screen releases and shows. They’re not just movie fans. They’re not just critics. They’re Cinemaholics. This week, Jon and Will spend a lot of time discussing The LEGO […]

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