Inside The Film Room
Summary: A podcast hosted by Tar Heel football players Zach Goins and Jake Lawler, breaking down the latest in movies, television and sports.
In one of the most anticipated episodes of the year, Zach and Jake are ready to dive into Jordan Peele's latest horror masterpiece: "Us." || It's been a while, so there are plenty of new trailers to break down, like "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" (1:57), "Avengers: Endgame" (4:04), "Toy Story 4" (6:50), "Stranger Things 3" (7:42), "Aladdin" (8:58), "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" (10:10) and "Brightburn" (12:27). || Plus, James Gunn is back to direct GOTG3 (14:00), No more Cyborg (14:38), "Pet Semetery" is supposed to be good? (15:17), Hans Zimmer joins "Dune" (17:33), Christopher Nolan News (21:15). || Finally, it's time for the "Us" Review + Spoilers (22:50). || Don't forget to follow us on Twitter (@insidefilmroom) and rate and review on Apple, Spotify and SoundCloud!
"Captain Marvel" got us so amped up we couldn't wait until Monday to break it down. Recorded just minutes after leaving the theater, Zach and Jake share their immediate reactions to the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and what it could mean for Earth's mightiest heroes moving forward. || 0:00-2:45 - "Captain Marvel" Review (NO SPOILERS) 2:45-20:12 - "Captain Marvel" Review (SPOILERS) 20:12-21:08 - Episode 12 Preview
Inside The Film Room is back with a mid-week episode! Zach and Jake break down all the latest movie news and get on the hype train before "Captain Marvel" releases on Thursday, by ranking all 20 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Welcome (0:00), Spring Practice Update (0:48), Zach's "Greta" Mini Review (1:48), Jake is FINALLY watching "Game of Thrones" (3:07), Tune in to @TheManyFacedPod (6:48), "Detective Pikachu" looks a lot better? (7:42), Rami Malek is definitely a serial killer and also in James Bond? (9:40), "Escape Room 2" is a thing (11:40), Old man aka Steven Spielberg yells at cloud (11:57), More "A Quiet Place 2" Casting (15:14), New "Shazam" Trailer (17:05), New "Dark Phoenix" Trailer and the Future of X-Men? (18:58), Early "Captain Marvel" Reviews (23:58), Ranking the MCU (25:20), Coming Soon (50:50) || Please rate, review and subscribe + follow us on Twitter @insidefilmroom ||
Well... we survived. Sunday's Academy Awards were interesting, to say the least – a few upsets, a bit of outrage, no hosts and a whole lot of sexual tension! Zach and Jake recap Hollywood's biggest night and share their instant reactions to everything that went down. Plus, a few new trailers and announcements! Intro (0:00), The fallout of a "Green Book" Best Picture win (1:15), Best Actress surprise (7:00), No host, no problem (7:57), Was Queen/Adam Lambert really necessary? (11:33), SHALLOW-MG (12:21), The other performances (13:35), Rami Malek (14:37), Howwwwwww did BoRhap win Best Editing? (15:34), What movies will we remember from 2018? (16:45), What went right? (18:30), The "Dune" 2021 campaign (22:30), News: "A Quiet Place 2" (25:00), WTF was the "Space Jam 2" poster? (27:06), New "Rocketman" trailer (28:22), "Greatest Showman 2" Speculation (29:02), "Fighting with My Family" Mini Review (31:08), Coming Soon (32:35)
Looking for all the latest Academy Awards news before Sunday's ceremonies? Look no further, because Zach and Jake are joined by UNC's finest film critic, Josh Martin (@MartinOnMovies), to discuss the frontrunners in every Oscars category and share their predictions. Plus, the guys dive into the latest trailer releases and break down all the newest movie and TV news. Intro (0:00-0:44) Meet Josh (0:44-2:40) "Frozen 2" Teaser (2:40-5:13) "Aladdin" Teaser and Why is Genie So Terrifying? (5:13-7:33) "Yesterday" Trailer and The Beatles (7:33-9:29) "Tolkien" Teaser (9:29-10:35) ANOTHER "Dune" Casting Announcement (10:35-14:07) "Fantastic Beasts" Still Sucks (14:07-15:30) "Breaking Bad" Movie Headed to Netflix (15:30-17:10) A Harry Potter Reboot? (17:10-19:38) "Star Wars Episode IX" Update (19:38-22:52) DCEU Update (22:52-26:15) The Oscars Show (26:15-1:10:46) Order of Categories Discussed: Best Picture, Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Director, Animated Feature, Animated Short, Adapted Screenplay, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Short Subject, Best Live Action Short Film, Best Foreign Language Film, Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Production Design, Original Score, Original Song, Makeup and Hair, Costume Design, Visual Effects
Jake and Zach are here to try and figure out if Liam Neeson is actually racist and break down his latest movie, "Cold Pursuit." Plus, the guys recap all the trailers from last week's Super Bowl and talk "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile," "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" and Mad Max news. (Jake slacked off at the theater this weekend so "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" and "The Kid Who Would Be King" reviews are postponed.) Intro - 0:00-2:30 "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" News - 2:30-6:07 Super Bowl Trailer Review - 6:07-15:39 "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" News - 15:39-16:30 Mad Max Rumors - 16:30-17:17 Is Liam Neeson Racist? - 17:17-20:57 "Cold Pursuit" Review - 20:57-44:40 Episode 8 Preview - 44:40-45:22
It was a busy week in Hollywood with new trailer releases, casting reveals and production announcements, and Zach and Jake are ready to analyze it all for you. But first, the guys break down Netflix's latest film, "Velvet Buzzsaw," and share their thoughts. *INSIDE THE FILM ROOM IS NOW ON SPOTIFY! SUBSCRIBE NOW* Intro - 0:00-0:42 "Velvet Buzzsaw" Review - 0:42-7:53 New "Us" Trailer Breakdown - 7:53-11:17 Jump Street Developments - 11:17-13:34 "The Batman" Update - 13:34-22:17 James Gunn and Suicide Squad - 22:17-27:07 Will "Mission: Impossible" Ever End? - 27:07-29:43 "Dune" is the Golden State Warriors of Film - 29:43-33:20 "Big Mouth" Returns - 33:20-34:02 Academy Awards Song Drama - 34:02-36:20 Latest from Director Leigh Whannell - 36:20-38:30 Episode 7 Preview - 38:30-39:32
Inside The Film Room is taking a page out of The Ringer's book and sharing our own take on The Rewatchables! Hosted by Bill Simmons, each episode of The Rewatchables features a discussion about one of the most rewatchable movies of all time. This week, Zach and Jake are taking a stab at breaking down Nicholas Cage's 2004 cinematic masterpiece, "National Treasure," and using categories featured on The Rewatchables podcast. Let us know what you think and which rewatch able movies we should break down next!
The nominations for the 91st annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning and Zach and Jake are here to break down everything that happened. Who are the frontrunners? Who got snubbed? Why is Solo nominated?! Tune in to find out!
In typical early-January fashion, it was a disappointing week at the theater. Zach and Jake are here to break down "Escape Room" and "Glass," two underwhelming movies that might somehow be in the same universe? Intro 0:00-1:19 "Escape Room" Review 1:19-18:11 "Glass" Review 18:11-40:00 Episode 5 Preview 40:00-41:57
This week Zach and Jake break down their favorite movies of 2018. We've split these movies into two categories: "Best" and "Most Enjoyable," where best all-around films, while most enjoyable is just a movie we had a ton of fun watching. Plus, we share which movies and shows we're looking forward to most in 2019! Intro 0:00-1:28 10 Most Enjoyable Movies of 2018 1:28-32:35 10 Best Movies of 2018 32:35-57:00 What We're Looking Forward to in 2019 57:00-1:06: 15 Episode 4 Preview 1:06:15-1:06:47
This week Zach and Jake are diving head first into two of the world's biggest disasters: the Golden Globes and "Holmes & Watson." Plus, they try and answer the age-old question, "Is Will Ferrell actually funny?" Intro 0:00-1:50 Golden Globes Recap 1:50-13:50 "Holmes & Watson" Review 13:50-23:27 Is Will Ferrell Actually Funny? 23:27-43:35 Episode 3 Preview 43:35-44:54
"Mary Poppins Returns" and so do Zach and Jake! Inside the Film Room is back for Season 2, kicking things off with a review of Disney's newest film, plus special guests Michele Lawler and Patti Goins.
We're baaaaaaaack! Only one thing could have brought back Inside the Film Room early: The Avengers! Marvel dropped the first teaser for "Avengers: Endgame" this morning, so Zach and Jake are here to break it down.
The time has come... the season finale of Inside the Film Room is upon us, and Jake and Zach are here to leave their parting wisdom on the listeners. The guys recap everything there is to be excited about after last weekend's Comic-Con, plus they break down all the upcoming movies on their watch list for the fall and winter! 0:00-26:00 - Comic-Con Trailer Recap 26:00-50:38 - Fall/Winter Movie Preview 50:38-53.21 - Season 2 Preview/Thank You