PRESS RELEASE | “FOUR SEASONS OF FILM” MAKES JUMP TO SMALL SCREEN, POPULAR AUDIO PODCAST, NOW VIDEO, DEBUTS DEC. 6, EXCLUSIVELY ON VIMEO

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 30, 2018— The fearless observers of cinema and eternal champions of independent filmmakers everywhere continue their creative journey next month by making the jump to the small screen. Celebrating 5 years of pioneering roundtable discussions with their audio podcast (of same name), filmmakers Nathan Robert Blackburn, Scotty Brown, and sidekick Andydrogynous Read more about PRESS RELEASE | “FOUR SEASONS OF FILM” MAKES JUMP TO SMALL SCREEN, POPULAR AUDIO PODCAST, NOW VIDEO, DEBUTS DEC. 6, EXCLUSIVELY ON VIMEO[…]

“GREEN BOOK” INVOKES AN UNBREAKABLE SMILE | REVIEW | NATHAN ROBERT BLACKBURN

It will be difficult if Green Book is absent during awards season this year. The film about a working-class Italian-American bouncer driving an African-American classical pianist on a tour through the 1960s American South, touches every emotion the human brain is capable of feeling. The film’s major success is in it’s tone and we can thank director Peter Read more about “GREEN BOOK” INVOKES AN UNBREAKABLE SMILE | REVIEW | NATHAN ROBERT BLACKBURN[…]

Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Green Book

Nathan and Scotty discuss “Green Book”, directed by Peter Farrelly. The film about a working-class Italian-American bouncer driving an African-American classical pianist on a tour through the 1960s American South, touches every emotion the human brain is capable of feeling. One of the year’s best films! Plus, Andydrogynous recounts his famous “Peter Farrelly” story. This Read more about Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Green Book[…]

Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Son in Law (1993)

Happy Thanksgiving, from the Four Seasons of Film! Enjoy your turkey with a side of Pauly Shore as Nathan and Scotty share their thoughts on his Thanksgiving classic, “Son in Law (1993)”. Check out this episode!

“THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS” IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL WESTERN | REVIEW | NATHAN ROBERT BLACKBURN

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is not the movie I expected. Having given up on trailer-watching  and synopsis-gazing, I try to live a spoiler-free life.  The Coen Brothers have the uncanny ability to constantly reinvent genres while never reinventing themselves. With True Grit (2010) they tackled the Western genre head-on and delivered a John Wayne movie for the new millennium: Read more about “THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS” IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL WESTERN | REVIEW | NATHAN ROBERT BLACKBURN[…]

Four Seasons of Film Podcast | The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Nathan and Scotty discuss “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs”, written & directed by The Coen Brothers! An anthology film comprised of six stories, each dealing with a different aspect of life in the Old West. Far from your average Western, anthology films are rarely made so well. Viewers searching for a narrative will find comfort Read more about Four Seasons of Film Podcast | The Ballad of Buster Scruggs[…]

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“Remember Whenesday?” 2016 – Andydrogynous stars as The Grinch

  As part of our new “Remember Whenesday?” tradition, here is @Andydrogynous starring in “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas”! #RememberWhenesday #TheGrinch #filmmaking #shortfilm #comedy #4SOF #BenedictCumberbatch CLICK HERE to WATCH: https://vimeo.com/300829302 

Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)

Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)” on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick talking about yet another remake. This episode is sponsored by Philz Read more about Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)[…]

Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Suspiria (2018)

Nathan and Scotty discuss Suspiria (2018), directed by Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name). One of the most polarizing films of the year, this reinterpretation of the 1977 horror classic is violent, disturbing, hedonistic, and every frame is fascinating. With “Suspiria”, Guadagnino solidifies himself as a Master director. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “Bohemian Rhapsody” on Read more about Four Seasons of Film Podcast | Suspiria (2018)[…]