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.
Music in this episode: “[oops]” by potsu
- 00:00:00 – John Mulaney Introduces Cinemaholics!
- 00:03:40 – Intro & Off-Topics
- 00:15:00 – “Umbrella Academy” Season 2
- 00:16:55 – Will Netflix ever make a show like “Friends” or “The Office?”
- 00:27:35 – New release date for Tenet?
- 00:33:55 – She Dies Tomorrow
- 00:56:30 – Black is King
- 01:12:30 – Host
- 01:20:45 – The Fight
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Jon is the co-host of Cinemaholics and author of two books: the novel Killerjoy and a book about Pixar called The Pixar Theory. His favorite movie is usually The Mask of Zorro (don’t ask).