Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss “Fighting With My Family” 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 how good a movie this was. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.
Parodies of all the Best Picture Nominees including: Black Panther, The Favourite, Roma, BlackKklansman, A Star is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, Vice, and Green Book
Nathan sits down with writer/director Jaegar Moore to discuss his feature debut “Never Be Content” on this week’s Four Seasons of Film Podcast. The film is screening at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, CA on Thursday, March 14, 7PM. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.
Nathan, Scotty, and Andydrogynous discuss The Oscars and share their predictions for this year’s ceremony. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.
Nathan, Scotty, and Andydrogynous discuss “Cold War”, written and directed by Paweł Pawlikowski, on this week’s Four Seasons of Film Podcast. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “The Upside” for Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.
Nathan and Scotty discuss “Stan & Ollie”, starring Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly on this week’s Four Seasons of Film Podcast! Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “The Kid Who Would Be King” on Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.
Movie Reviews: Nathan and Scotty’s Top 5 Movies of 2018, Crap Night: Andydrogynous’ Top 5 Crap Night Movies of 2018
Nathan and Scotty watch Home Alone (1990) with a little help from The Grinch (Andydrogynous). Merry Christmas! Check out this week’s episode!
https://vimeo.com/307617645 | Reviews: Green Book, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs | Crap Night: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald | Plus: Holiday films you should watch every year!
Truffaut made The 400 Blows, Fellini made Amarcord, and Cuarón has now made Roma. The film was recently released on Netflix but purists can find it in smaller market theaters nationwide, which I encourage everyone to do. As I left my local art house theater, a great sadness came over me. I had just seen a Read more about ROMA: ANYONE CAN BE ITS AUDIENCE | REVIEW | NATHAN ROBERT BLACKBURN | FOUR SEASONS OF FILM[…]