"The Flagship Film Podcast"
“The flagship film podcast” featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews.
Is it possible to listen to "Sister Christian" and not think of "Boogie Nights" and a coked-up Alfred Molina?
Golden God or mediocrity? A Sacred Cow review of Cameron Crowe's ode to 70s rock.
Is a Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs and Han and Chewy's meet-cute enough to make a movie?
For their Thanksgiving Break, Adam and Josh reconsider "The Force Awakens" and revisit their 2014 interview with the director of "The Last Jedi."
A review of "Tangerine" director Sean Baker's acclaimed new film, plus Adam's conversation with the director.
"Nothing In This Movie Means Anything: The Sequel," pluis Adam's conversation with the director of "Columbus."
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 Josh - bound by the Lasso of Hestia - review Patty Jenkins's "Wonder Woman" and confess their Top 5 Movie Religious Experiences.
A Sacred Cow review of Wes Anderson's "Rushmore," the 2017 Filmspotting Madness champ and Adam's conversation with doc filmmaker Charlie Siskel.
Danny Boyle on his favorite Danny Boyle characters--and that's just the beginning.
Adam interviews MOONLIGHT director Barry Jenkins and his co-star, Naomie Harris. Plus, some thoughts on “Dr. Strange,” and “Tower.”
Adam and Josh give the Sacred Cow treatment to 1984’s “Nightmare on Elm Street" and along with special guest Ti West (“In the Valley of Violence”) share their Top 5 Childhood Scares.
Adam and Josh priase Kelly Reichardt’s latest, “Certain Women.” Plus Adam’s conversation with Reichardt’s and the Luis Buñuel marathon continues.
Adam's conversation with documentary filmmaker Steve James ("Hoop Dreams," "The Interrupters") from June 2016.
Author and critic Matt Zoller Seitz drops in with his own Top 5 Oliver Stone scenes, plus Adam and Josh's Sacred Cow review of Born on the Fourth of July.
Adam and Josh celebrate their 600th episode with the Top 5 Movies Future Historians Will Remember with special guest Chuck Klosterman.
Adam and Josh review GHOSTBUSTERS (2016) and Susanne Bier's 2011 Oscar-winning IN A BETTER WORLD. Plus, Adam's conversation with James, Solomon, director of THE WITNESS.
Adam and Seattle Screen Scene's Melissa Tamminga review SWISS ARMY MAN and share their Top 5 'Body' Movies. Plus, a remembrance of the late Abbas Kiarostami.
A conversation with Nicolas Winding Refn ("Drive") and Elle Fanning ("Super 8"), the director and star of the new film, THE NEON DEMON. Plus, a review of DE PALMA.
Adam, Josh, and the Chicago Tribune's Michael Phillips review the long-awaited Yorgos Lanthimos film THE LOBSTER. Plus, an interview with MAGGIE'S PLAN director Rebecca Miller and the second film in the Contemporary Nordic Cinema Marathon.