Keith Phipps joins the podcast to discuss his recent article for The Verge covering the "unrestored" version of 2001: A Space Odyssey, spearheaded by Christopher Nolan, and what it makes for the film vs. digital debate.
Whether it's a heart-warming tearjerker or an edge-of-the-seat thriller, we've got you covered.
Zach and Brian discuss what the word "cinematic" means in 2018 and how Hiro Murai, Donald Glover and their This is America music video is yet another example of the changing tide in what cinema is.
Life of the Party is a wandering, aimless undecided sophomore of a movie.
Thanks to the added value of subversive tweaks, Revenge is much better than other exploitation films.
For those who could never afford to stay inside its hallowed walls, Always at the Carlyle brings audiences a little closer to the glitz and glamour.
Marketing an independent film the right way can make all the difference when it comes to its ultimate success. It doesn’t matter how good your film is, if no one hears about it, no one will see it.
There's a war breaking out so we figured it would be a great time to give our expert opinions on the new Marvel money magnet Avengers: Infinity War and take a trip back in time to pre-WWI Cali-for-ni-a with the James Dean's first feature film
Entertainment Weekly's Chris Nashawaty joins The News Reel to discuss his book, Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story, and how it differs (and is similar) to modern comedy movies.
It used to be that the sci-fi technology shown in films and TV series were purely imagined without any chance of its use being plausible. However, this is no longer the case with some of these gadgets becoming reality. Take for example the “Replicator” which
Zach and Brian don't crossover with anyone else, but they do their best to review the latest Marvel crossover in Avengers: Infinity War (with some spoilers).