Episode 8: Quentin Tarantino

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the release of Pulp Fiction, Nate and Ryan invite their good friend Tim Yoder in to point guns at one another while screaming about the polarizing figure that is writer/director Quentin Tarantino.  Pulp Fiction is a brilliant film that marked a change in… Continue reading

Episode 7: Gremlins

As a way of ringing in summer blockbuster season and celebrating the 30th anniversary of a great year in movies (see our list of 5 great ones from 1984), Nate and Ryan watched Gremlins, a film that, for some reason, neither of them had seen.  Though this episode didn’t start out as… Continue reading

Five Great Movies from 1984

In anticipation of our next episode, which celebrates the 30th anniversary of the release of Gremlins, I decided to revisit some of the great films from 1984 that weren’t among the biggest money-makers upon their initial release.  All but three of the top ten money-making films were parts of franchises, either spawning… Continue reading

Episode 6: Pinocchio

Evan Mather joins us once again to discuss Pinocchio, the 1940 Disney Classic that was recently named by Time Out New York as the best animated movie ever made.  Since we hadn’t seen Pinocchio in a long time, we rewatched it to see if we agree with the experts who compiled the… Continue reading