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 some indie films that range from offbeat to horror to a mix of both with bonus reviews that also include Between Two Ferns: The Movie and The VelociPastor.
This week’s theme music is “To the Stars” by Max Richter from the Ad Astra original soundtrack.
- 00:00:00 – Review: The VelociPastor
- 00:10:43 – Review: Rambo: Last Blood
- 00:40:14 – Review: Downton Abbey
- 00:47:56 – Review: Tigers are not Afraid
- 00:59:15 – Review: One Cut of the Dead
- 01:08:20 – Review: Between Two Ferns: The Movie
- 01:16:28 – Review: In Fabric
- 01:30:08 – Review: Ad Astra
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Can’t wait to hear you all review PARASITE. And wow, I’m going to have to check out this One Cut of the Dead film…
SAD ASTRA wasn’t really my thing, but I definitely appreciate hearing such a rigorous appreciation for it from Sam and Will in this episode. Makes me wonder if this will be one of those “better with every viewing” kinda flicks. Also, when’s the nextra milestone?!!!
That RAMBO breakdown was fantastic, and this was a great episode overall. I’d love to hear more about all of your theater employee experiences and how that influences your roles as film podcasters and critics.
I want to know what Sam thinks of A QUIET PLACE. Don’t ask me why, but I thought of that movie while hearing his thoughts on AD ASTRA and now I’m just curious.