Originally recorded on 2/25/2014. Brad and Chad talk the Hunger Games series and the growth of young adult cinema.
Spoiler Warning! Is Interstellar out of this world? Is this Christopher Nolan’s Best film to date? Plus, the guys debate the merits of Inception and rant about theatre etiquette.
The guys enter a group therapy session to recover from watching Men, Women & Children and Labor Day, the latest films from director Jason Reitman. Where has the guy who directed masterpieces like Juno and Young Adult gone?
Is Fury the best war film of the last decade? Does David Ayer successfully bring his penchant for moral complexity to World War II? After the war, the conversation seems to devolve into one all about random movie madness.
A special BONUS episode all about horror movies. Brad and Chad drive a knife deep into the heart of the genre, talking films like Halloween, The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes, The Descent, The Blair Witch Project, and The Evil Dead.
David Fincher returns with Gone Girl, which is stirring up a fierce feminist debate. Is Love is Strange aware that it’s supposed to be a movie? And does The Boxtrolls fill the void created by the unfortunate demise of Pixar?
Are you bored with all this ‘young adult’ cinema yet? Is Chef the best movie of the year? And sure, the Ninja Turtles are awesome, but will the new movie give you shellshock? This and more on the latest episode of The Cinematic Tangent.