The first small-scale episode in Reel Talk’s Spotlight series focuses on Jordan Peele’s three films and their impact on horror and the film industry.
In this thrilling episode, co-hosts Carmela Cassara and Dylan Gallo dive into the highs and lows of coming of age movies and their impact on film with special guests Sydney Corwin and Sophie Beckman.
Welcome to our brand new film podcast, Reel Talk! In the premier episode, hosts Carmela Cassara and Dylan Gallo discuss their favorite guilty pleasure movies with special guests Jane Montalto and Antonio Mochmann.
Believe it or not, over ten Batman films have been released since 1966’s Batman: The Movie. These movies vary in quality, but the one constant they all share is a lack of understanding regarding the fundamental aspects of the Caped Crusader.
This so-called “video game movie curse” has slowly found its way into the mainstream conversation with films like Doom, Resident Evil and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, all coming out in the early 2000s. Each of these films were panned by critics despite bringing in millions to the box office.
Wes Anderson’s particular style choices make his films instantly recognizable. There is a certain charm to his style — the universe he has created is immersive and indescribably his own. Watching his films in succession lets you see the way his style has changed over time, which makes it even more enjoyable.
We see wronged women in documentaries, movies and the news. Silly lady, she was just ticked off one too many times and blew like Vesuvius. These women are not people, only lesser facsimiles of more complicated male villains. They are either seen as absurd or clichéd tropes in most films and TV. Or are they?
Lester Holtzmann, a man whose greatest accomplishment was accidentally falling into a lake in 1925 and freezing into an ice-pop only to be thawed out nearly a hundred years later, died on Friday in Staten Island, NY. He was 129.
George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road is a film, set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland that shows a systematically oppressed group of “Wives” escaping a capitalist cyborg king as he tries to birth the perfect son. The movie opens with the…