After a long hiatus, The Cinematic Tangent returns to talk some of the noteworthy films of 2016.
It’s 2017, and the year already sucks. Because Donald Trump is President.
After a lengthy apology for The Cinematic Tangent’s unreleased blogs and lost episodes, Brad and Chad start the year fresh by discussing a couple of films sure to earn Oscar buzz – A Monster Calls and Silence. And one that won’t – Live By Night.
The Cinematic Tangent finally sits down to talk Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy and J.R.R Tolkien’s Middle-earth.
Despite technical difficulties (sorry!), CinTan talks Hell or High Water, Demolition, Kubo and the Two Strings, and more.
With Don’t Breathe hitting theatres, Brad and Chad look back at some of the notable horror films from this year – The Witch, Green Room, and The Forest.
The Tangent is talking Crimson Peak, Hellraiser, Dawn of the Dead (1979), Dawn of the Dead (2004), and Ash vs Evil Dead. Happy Halloween!
After watching Psycho twice (sort of), the guys check in to the infamous Bates Motel to compare the 1960 Hitchcock classic to the 1998 frame-by-frame remake by the very talented Gus Van Sant. Some film experiments are murder…But why not take a stab at it?
A heated discussion about the merits of Shaun the Sheep is sandwiched between in-depth talks of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Mr Holmes, and Paper Towns.
Chad and Brad talk the films of The Wachowskis, including their latest, Jupiter Ascending. After a detailed talk of the philosophy of The Matrix and the glory that is Cloud Atlas, the guys take a step back to debate the merits of direct-to-dvd director’s and unrated cuts of previously released movies.
This episode is definitely NOT brought to you by Blue Moon Brewing Co. (unfortunately).
It’s official: Ant-Man isn’t a gigantic failure! With tangents and drunken ramblings abound, The Cinematic Tangent breaks down Paul Rudd’s brave foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But will the shadow of Disney smush the clever satire at the heart of this comic book epic? Can Rudd’s charms break through the layer of Avengers 3 ads that seem to stifle everything? Tune-in to find out!