"The Flagship Film Podcast"
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Some ghosts, some gore and a super-pig make Adam and Josh's best of the year (so far) countdown.
Adam and Josh re-unite to talk Underoos and bed sheets - and offer some contrary thoughts on Edgar Wright's latest.
The pleasures - and limitations - of Coppola's distinctive vision, with guest-host Angelica Jade Bastien from Vulture.
Adam's conversation with the co-writer and star of Sundance hit "The Big Sick."
Adam's conversation with the writer/director of "The Bad Batch" and "A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night."
Adam and guest host Michael Phillips review the dread-soaked new film "It Comes At Night" and offer each other a shoulder to cry on for their Top 5 Movies About Grief.
Adam and Josh - bound by the Lasso of Hestia - review Patty Jenkins's "Wonder Woman" and confess their Top 5 Movie Religious Experiences.
Adam and Josh opt for diplomacy discussing Netflix's war satire misfire "War Machine" and share their Top 5 Movie Military Leaders.
Adam and Josh go to battle in their Sacred Cow review of James Cameron's "The Terminator" and share their Top 5 Films of 1984.
Adam and Josh come in peace bearing their Top 5 Alien Attacks. Plus, a review of the sixth film in the "Alien" franchise, "Alien: Covenant."
Adam and Josh catch up with Jonathan Demme's "Something Wild" (1986) and share their Top 5 Demme Moments.
The Varda Marathon concludes with kind words for 2008's "The Beaches of Agnes," along with the awards for the series' best scenes and more.
Adam and Josh consider the cuteness of Baby Groot and the Guardians sequel, plus a preview of the summer movie season.
The Top 5 Movie Expeditions (Adam and Josh would sign up for), along with a review of James Gray’s new movie adventure: "The Lost City of Z."
Adam and Josh praise Agnes Varda's 2000 doc-memoir "The Gleaners and I," the fifth film in their Varda Marathon.
Josh goes rogue, forcing Adam to recruit Filmspotting Family members Tasha Robinson and Genevieve Koski for a review of THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS.
A Sacred Cow review of Wes Anderson's "Rushmore," the 2017 Filmspotting Madness champ and Adam's conversation with doc filmmaker Charlie Siskel.
Results from the Filmspotting Madness Final Four (Godfather v 2001/Pulp Fiction v Empire Strikes Back) and a review of new Netflix exclusive "The Discovery."
Adam and Michael Phillips celebrate "Casablanca's" 75th anniversary with a Sacred Cow review. Plus, the Filmspotting Madness Final Four is revealed.
With Kristen Stewart's new film "Personal Shopper" currently in limited release, Adam and Josh share their Top 5 Stewart Scenes.