"The Flagship Film Podcast"
French vet school is really intense.
"A Girl Walks Home Along At Night" director Ana Lily Amirpour's latest has Keanu Reeves as a desert cult leader.
Highlights (and a lowlight) from the Toronto Int'l Film Fest and the latest from Romania's Cristian Mungiu.
The new British anthology series ranges from comedy to horror, but all episodes are set at a location numbered “9.”
Will there ever be a great American anime adaptation?
Is the Bruce Willis-starring "Hawk" the epic disaster its reputation suggests? And what makes a vanity project anyway?
Matt and Alison discuss writer/director Marti Noxon's ("Buffy" "UnREAL") latest project, the Netflix original about a young woman battling anorexia.
A recommendation for James Gray's new jungle adventure - and more movies about dashing, daring adventurers available to rent or stream.
Matt and Alison discuss the genre-defying Netflix original "Okja" and recommend some other multilingual movies available to rent or stream right now.
Matt and Alison take on both Amir Bar-lev’s Amazon original doc LONG STRANGE TRIP and the larger question of what makes a music doc worthwhile for audiences beyond the hardcore fans.
Matt and Alison take a look at 1992's TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME and discuss the not-always-grand movie tradition of the "the beautiful dead girl."
Matt and Alison discuss THE HANDMAID'S TALE and how the new Margaret Atwood adaptation depicts its horrors as experience rather than spectacle.
Matt and Alison debate whether SPLIT is the Shyamalan comeback vehicle it’s been heralded to be, then offer up recs for some other convention-defying superhero stories available to stream.
Matt and Alison consider the enchantments of Anna Biller’s retro-styled THE LOVE WITCH, and recommend some Technicolor classics available to rent or stream.
Matt and Alison celebrate the streaming debut of Ken Russell's infamous THE DEVILS (1971) with a review and recommendations for other streaming Religious Horror movies.