"The Flagship Film Podcast"
“The flagship film podcast” featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews.
Subject to change
3/29: Dumbo + Madness Final 4
4/5: Sacred Cow - Assassination of Jesse James… + Top 5 Overlooked Movies of the 2000s + Madness Final
4/12: Claire Denis Interview/High Life + Madness Champion
Jordan Peele is not done scaring us.
The director of 2014's "Phoenix" returns with a boldly enigmatic thriller.
Marvel's first female-led feature is also one its best.
64 films. Only one survives. Welcome to the Madness.
Worse than a coven of witches? The 'Burbs.
Taking the red pill twenty years later.
Jokes and gender politics in the new Lego sequel.
That thing where your superpower is seeing dead people.
The new movie year is all promise and possibility.
The laughs, the tears, the rhapsodies and the shallows that made 2018 such a memorable movie year.
Two of our favorite 2018 conversations.
You can't have consensus without a little misguided dissent.
Indie horror, broad comedy and, yes, Marvel, all among the "outlier" picks in part one.
Barry Jenkins' follow-up to "Moonlight" has the lush romanticism of "In the Mood for Love."
Seeing the Fellini in Cuarón and the Kubrick in Lanthimos.
The 15th best film the Coens have ever made. Or maybe the 12th best. Possibly higher.
2018's best skateboard movie. And maybe best movie period.
Queen Viola. Queen Carey. And... Queen.
Luca Guadagnino's remake of the Dario Argento cult horror classic, plus the most striking uses of color in movies.
New films from Jeremy Saulnier ("Blue Ruin" "Green Room"), Tamara Jenkins ("The Savages") and more.
A Sacred Cow review of the John Carpenter classic and thoughts on the new Carpenter-approved sequel directed by David Gordon Green.
"La La Land" director Damien Chazelle brings down the volume for his Neil Armstrong biopic.
Bradley Cooper dives into the deep end for his debut directing gig.
Sofia Coppola's 2003 film gets the Sacred Cow treatment, plus Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly in Jacques Audiard's English-language debut.
Lean's 1963 Best Picture-winner is a complicated take on hero worship and a thrilling showcase of the director's bold filmmaking.
Long reduced to a couple of infamous scenes, "Deliverance" is also a prescient ecological nightmare - and it made a star of the late Burt Reynolds.
Ethan Hawke's advice for raising daughters - and some movie talk, too. Plus, a look at the prolific actor's best screen moments.
Thoughts on acclaimed new indies "Gap" and "Madeline," plus "John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection" and "Night Comes On."
Representation and "Crazy Rich Asians," plus /Filmcast host Dave Chen joins for takeaways from a decade-plus talking about movies
Spike Lee is in top form with his latest, offering a chance to consider some favorite moments in the director's thirty year career.