This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast, Simon and Patrick are once again joined by guest Bill Mesce, author of The Rules of Screenwriting, to discuss Christopher Nolan's latest experiment in complex timelines and blockbuster filmmaking, Dunkirk.
This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast, Simon, Patrick and guest Molly Faust review Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast, we review War for the Planet of the Apes, the third chapter of the critically acclaimed blockbuster franchise, directed by Matt Reeves.
In the second episode of the Sordid Cinema podcast (recorded way back in 2009), your hosts Ricky D, Detroit Burns, and Al Kratina discuss George A. Romero’s influential zombie series starting with Land of the Dead to his last entry Survival of the Dead.
In the inaugural Sordid Cinema podcast, host Ricky D invited Detroit Burns (of CKUT), and Al Kratina (of The Montreal Gazette) to discuss George A. Romero’s influential series starting with the original trilogy.
This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast we review Spider-Man: Homecoming with Goomba Stomp’s Xbox Editor, Tim Maison.
This week on the Sordid Cinema podcast, we discuss Edgar Wright's Baby Driver. Yes, folks, Baby Driver has it all: thrills, laughs, sex, nonstop action, a killer soundtrack and a star-making performance from Ansel Elgort. The question is, do we all like it?
This week Goomba Stomps indie games editor Katrina Lind joins us to discuss It Comes at Night, Trey Edward Shults’s sophomore effort. Shults’s debut film was 2015’s Krisha, a critically acclaimed, micro-budgeted family drama that played like an intense horror movie.
It's been over 75 years since Wonder Woman made her comics debut, but while Superman, Batman, and even Swamp Thing have enjoyed movie success,...
A long-time recurring guest reports from the front lines of Cannes and helps us tackle James Gray's quasi-historical epic.