The Next Reel Film Podcast
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The Film Board snuck out and saw an advance screening this month, so we’re in spoiler Shangri-la to chat about “Knives Out” before its even officially released so click here to find out about it first with this episode of The Film Board from The Next Reel.
Get ready for more experience theaters. ‘The Banker’ gets delayed. Here’s that Michael Jackson movie they think you want. OK, trademark.
There are films that come and go without notice that are better than the majority of films currently playing at your local cineplex. A film like All About Nina is the reason we have Trailer Rewind.
Does this work as well for people seeing it now for the first time? How do Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters do in it? Why’s it called The Jerk? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!
Nicholas Cage is set to play Nicholas Cage. Baby Yoda. Digital James Dean team is about to blow your mind with digital Maya Angelou. OK, Cinema … Scorsese can’t stop playing himself… this time with young Oscar voters.
How brilliant is Jeremy Irons in this film? How did they do those twinning effects? Is this a 5-star Cronenberg film? Tune in to the show to get these answers and more!
There is no living actor better than a dead James Dean, apparently. Kung Fury is now furiouser. Corridor Crew can see the future. Original Ghostbusters cast is coming back. A League of Their Own heads to the Amazon.
How effective is James Woods? Is this film more relevant today than it was when released? What’s up with the living TV? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!
Pete showed up for the Godzilla effects and was rewarded in hero shots. Steve preps for Rewind with Nina. We start watching a few shows on tv+ and see the most expensive time travel forest ever documented on media. Is Disney vaulting everything again?
Is this movie more than just an exploding head? Does the world building give us enough to go with? Can we just like it because it’s fun? Tune in to the show to get these answers and more!
A series of 1-star reviews for things. Pirates is going to Chernobyl? Netflix testing variable playback speeds. Big box set for Little China. Go, NOW, Max for Studio Ghibli.
Is Cronenberg finally hitting his stride with this film? How much did Cronenberg’s life inform this art? And what’s up with those rage babies? Tune in to this week’s show to hear answers to these questions and more.
It’s Deja vu all over again as The Film Board tackles a second sequel month in a horror realm. This one has a serious cast blasting away with comic relief in Zombieland: Double Tap. It’s been ten years since the original, so has anything changed since Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, and Woody Harrelson have hauled in so many awards and Nominations?
Apple signs Alfonso. Someone’s suing someone over the Panama Papers… again. Kanye’s new thing. $1000 to watch 30 Disney movies in 30 days? That’s $33.333/movie! Never Surrender documentary looks terrific, if you can see it.
To Cronenberg, ‘Fast Company’ is one of his many children, and like kids, they each are their own unique being.