Hey hey Reelfriction fans! This week we are skipping our regularly scheduled Main Topic again for extra talk about movies! But before that, we have our watched recently segment, and then Lab Rat tackles reviewing[…]
Hey hey Reelfriction fans! This week we are skipping our regularly scheduled Main Topic for extra talk about movies! But before that, we have our watched recently segment, and then Z explains her abject fear and horror at Victor Salva…oh yeah and she reviews Clownhouse in Cinema Sodomy as well. Then we tackle Duncan Jones’ most two recent movies Warcraft and Mute in Filmmaker’s Corner. Finally, Z subjects the group to clown horror in the Pop Quiz.
We’re kicking it off this episode with a spirited discussion of what movies we’ve watched recently. Lab Rat is then going to proclaim his….love? of Jennifer Lawrence in his review of The House at the[…]
We’re breaking dancing to save the community center by letting everyone know what movies we’ve watched recently. Z is then going to use a dead body possessed by Voodoo magic to find the meaning of Begotten in Cinema Sodomy. Next we realize that Nilbog is Goblin spelled backwards (Grandpa Seth!) when we review La Ciénaga and The Headless Woman by Lucrecia Martel in our Filmmakers Corner, as well as pick a new filmmaker.
Our main topic today (as if you can’t tell) is Sequels, what makes them good, what makes them bad, and if they are worth our time. Finally, we go on a bogus journey with Z in the Pop Quiz.
It’s our end of year spectacular! In this episode we forgo our usual format to bring you our top 5 favorite movies of 2017. We’ll also discuss our thoughts on the film year in general, and discuss our hopes for the upcoming film year.
This week is all about hot takes!
HOT TAKE! We are going to talk about the movies we just watched.
HOT TAKE! LCD has opinions on Attack Force during Cinema Sodomy.
HOT TAKE! We finish off Jonathan Glazer by talking about Birth and Under the Skin!
HOT TAKE! We talk about our cinema hot takes!
HOT TAKE! LCD puts us through the ringer on this weeks Pop Quiz!
Happy New Year! We here at ReelFRICTION are all about resolutions. The Lab Rat (and all of us) resolves to tell you about the new movies he’s been watching. TC has resolved not to throw up a little in his mouth as he reviews Jack Frost. Z resolves not get TOO excited about the first film in Filmaker’s corner (Sexy Beast by Jonathan Glazer), and LCD resolves to try not to lose the pop quiz.
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house,
the Reelfriction crew talked about what they’ve watched recently, Z even squealed like a mouse!
It is a dark time for the Rebellion. Although Watched Recently’s have been discussed, Imperial troops have driven LCD from his hidden base and forced him to review “The Jayne Mansfield Story” all across the galaxy[…]
Happy Thanksgiving! We here at ReelFRICTION have a lot to be thankful for.
We’re back! Did you miss us? We missed you! Wow, we have a lot of catching up to do, so this episode we talk about all of the movies that we’ve watched during the hiatus.[…]
Hi everyone, LCD here, uhh….I mean Z here! Thanks for tuning in to a very special episode of ReelFriction. We’ve got some news and updates for you! So from everyone over at the ReelFriction podcast, we[…]
SURPRISE! We’re back for episode 19! Z reviews the unforgettable Gummo, we root around in LCD’s Magical Cinema Hole to talk about Ninja Assassin and The Shawshank Redemption, we talk about some of our favorite film surprises and as always, we finish up with the pop quiz.
The titular character in The Driver, played by Ryan O’Neal, doesn’t speak much. No one does really, except for Bruce Dern’s crazy detective out to get him. In fact, the film is so disinterested in information, that the sparseness actually becomes the point of the film. In fact, no one is ever even given a name.
This week on the Reelfriction podcast we listen as TC expounds on the scientific method with his review of Tammy and the T-Rex in Cinema Sodomy. Then, we ride along in Aunt Z’s Magical Cinema Van and discuss two films that she thinks people should give a second look too: Shock Treatment and Forbidden Zone, which leads perfectly into our main topic where we talk about our top 5 most underrated films. And, as always, we finish up with our Pop Quiz.
I am definitely aging myself when I tell you that some of my fondest childhood memories were staying up way past my bedtime and catching some weird movie on one of the local channels at 2am or finding a weird VHS tape to rent at West Coast Video.
Hello and welcome to the REELfriction podcast! This week we continue to torture Lab Rat by making him review the Julianne Hough vehicle Rock of Ages in Cinema Sodomy, but we also make it up to him by discussing two of his favorite film (Gravity and 12 Angry Men) in his magical cinema laboratory. For our main topic, we talk about how visuals in film can affect us and make us feel feelings and, as always, we end with our pop quiz.
If you were to scroll through the list of podcasts that I listen to, you would notice something. Amidst all of the gaming, movie and old time radio podcasts, you would see a lot of True Crime podcasts. A lot. Probably more than is acceptable.
Mild-mannered man Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) becomes a local hero through an act of violence, which brings to light aspects of his past that will shake his family to its very core.
That is the easy way to describe this movie.
I’m not going to lie. I had a hard time beginning this review. I mean, how does one begin to describe Howard the Duck?
Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of the King Arthur legend gets a lot more right than it does wrong. In fact, the ratio tips so far towards the positive that this really good film almost becomes excellent.