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They're back! In this episode of The Film Feed, Will, Sean, and Clark return after a hiatus of more than two months and ramp things up with three in-depth and exciting reviews, starting with Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are, followed by a moral discussion about F. Gary Gray's Law Abiding Citizen, ending with a long talk about the Coen Brothers' brilliant A Serious Man. Of course, you can expect the usual spirited discussion from these guys as they cover those three films and chat about the latest Netflix Instant Watch titles and the newest theatrical releases. Be sure to tune in next week for yet another new Film Feed episode!
In this episode of The Film Feed, Sean and Clark play some catch-up on past news and reviews and are joined by several different guests hosts including Jay Runham from J-Run.ca as well as Marc Ciafardini from Go,See,Talk!. First, Sean and Clark and guest host Jay bust into some older trailers and movie news. Afterward, Sean and Jay gush over Neill Blomkamp's District 9 in an in-depth review. Finally, the entire crew is joined by Marc and Will's girlfriend Krystal for a review of the escapist summer fun that is G.I. Joe. Be sure to listen to the end for an important announcement for all Film Feed fans. Thanks for listening!
In this special episode of The Film Feed, the guys are once again joined by special guest Marco Cerritos of Box Office Magazine for the second half of their marathon bonus discussion. In this half, the guys provide an in-depth discussion of some of the biggest movies of the year that we've yet to see. The films range from possible blockbusters like James Cameron's Avatar and Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes to the next Coen Brothers classic and an adaptation of a nostalgic childhood book. The Film Feed will return to regular episodes next week, where we will be discussing new trailers and reviewing Judd Apatow's Funny People.
In this special episode of The Film Feed, the guys are joined by special guest Marco Cerritos of Box Office Magazine. As we've reached the half way point of the year, the guys thought it'd be a fun idea to count down their favorite films of 2009 thus far. The discussion includes comedy hits like The Hangover and massive blockbusters like Star Trek, but is also scattered with indie gems like The Hurt Locker and 500 Days of Summer. We all had a blast recording this episode and can't wait to hear all of your favorite films of the year so far as well! Be on the lookout for the second part of this special episode coming later this week!
In this episode of The Film Feed, Clark and Will are joined by guest host Bill Rusnak of Widescreen Wonderland. Bill is another cinephile like ourselves and we decided there are few better ways to talk about film than with another movie fanatic! Right off the bat, Bill shares his knowledge of roller derby lingo talking about Whip It. The guys also postulate on the next film from Wes Anderson in addition to their rants regarding the latest film craze to hit the internet - Flickchart. The guys wrap up the show with an in depth review of most recent Harry Potter movie. Be sure to tune into several upcoming bonus episodes as well!
In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys chat about the latest movie news and review some of the most recent new releases. Right off the bat a debate erupts with Will fervently defending the trailer for Jennifer's Body as well as the final casting decision for Green Lantern. In between, Clark rises to the occasion with a passionate argument regarding the latest trailer for District 9. The guys also deliver a scathing review of Bruno while offering up a rave review for another indie gem. Keep the contest submissions coming, as the deadline is quickly approaching! Be sure to tune in next week for a new review of the latest Harry Potter!
In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys celebrate their 21st episode with some intriguing discussion regarding the week's newest trailers. Right off the bat, Sean vents about the over abundance of generic ensemble comedies such as Couples Retreat while Will and Clark gush over the trailer for The Informant. The guys then break from form for a discussion regarding their worst moviegoing experiences. Be sure to share your stories as well for a shot at winning a great DVD! Finally, the guys postulate on the success of Michael Mann's latest film Public Enemies. Be sure to tune in next week for a review of Bruno as well!
In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys celebrate their 20 episode with two special reviews. First up, Clark and Will take a unique position on the summer's massive blockbuster Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Due to their similar thoughts on the film, each takes a differing opinion and tries to make sense of the mindless escapist fun. Afterwards, the guys rave about one the year's finest films, 500 Days of Summer. Also found in this episode, an engaging discussion regarding the recent changes to the Oscar's Best Picture category. Be sure to also tune in for a review of Public Enemies on next week's episode of The Film Feed!
In this episode of The Film Feed, Will, Clark, and Sean get back together for yet another riveting episode. They start with the latest dark comedy, World's Greatest Dad. Then, Will explains his distaste for the trailer for Paul Giamatti's Cold Souls. The guys then collectively restate the basis of The Film Feed and underscore their personalities with a quick rundown of their favorite films. Clark also treats listeners to a recap of his recent adventure into classic cinema. Lastly, Sean and Will delve deep into a review of the latest comedy from Harold Ramis, Year One. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.
In this episode of The Film Feed, Will and Clark are joined by a special guest - Kevin Coll from Fused Film. With Kevin at their side, Clark and Will postulate upon the premise of romance mixing with sci-fi, as well as debate the growing filmography of iconic filmmaker Martin Scorsese. After a discussion revolving around the first photos of Mickey Rourke in Iron Man 2, Kevin and Will delve into a review of Tony Scott's Taking of Pelham 123 remake. Finally, Clark and Will deliver an in depth analysis of the latest film from Sam Mendes, Away We Go. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.
In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys introduce several new segments into the show. First of all, Clark admits his lack of knowledge concerning the roots, origins, and early life of cinema's history. Therefore, he has committed to watching several classic films every week after the annoying, and often insulting, nagging from Will. Also, Sean continues his tradition of finding something to vehemently hate within every segment of the news. The guys also pontificate on the evolution of comedy over the years in preparation for an in depth review of The Hangover. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.
In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys tackle the usual with some slight differences. The lack of any totally captivating news encourages a lightning quick movie news rundown with Clark and Will. After the fast-paced action of that first segment, the two talk in-depth about why Pixar is quite possibly the greatest movie studio still producing movies today. Sean then joins Will for another rave review, this time of Sam Raimi's latest installment in classic horror, Drag Me to Hell. By the end of the show, the guys have run out of synonyms for "awesome" and instead just leave listeners until the next installment of The Film Feed.