#638: Wonder Woman / Top 5 Movie Religious Experiences / Trey Shults

As the first superhero movie directed by and starring a woman, WONDER WOMAN went into its opening weekend with more baggage than its male-centric peers. It came out of the weekend with critical raves and record box office - and at least one member of the Larsen household practicing Diana-inspired high-kicks. On this week's show, Adam and Josh - bound by the Lasso of Hestia - share their takes, then confess their Top 5 Movie Religious Experiences. Plus, Adam's conversation with "Krisha" director Trey Shults, whose new film IT COMES AT NIGHT opens this weekend.

This episode of Filmspotting is presented by care.com and Showtime's "I'm Dying up Here."

0:00-1:56 - Billboard
1:56-31:17 - Review: "Wonder Woman"
Secret Sisters, "You Don't Own Me Anymore"
34:06-46:43 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
46:43-1:14:27 - Interview: Trey Shults
Secret Sisters, "You Don't Own Me Anymore"
1:17:36-2:03:20 - Top 5: Movie Religious Experiences
2:03:20-2:05:55 - Close

NOTES

Massacre Theatre winner: Allen Bishop, Mountain View, AR

MUSIC

The Secret Sisters

LINKS

Josh's review of "Wonder Woman"

London meet-up details