Category: movies

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Episode 809: TIFF 2022 Wrap-Up

In the TIFF 2022 wrap-up, David discusses the movies he saw at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Movies discussed in the TIFF 2022 wrap-up include The Grab, Godland, De Humani Corporis Fabrica, Sisu, No Bears, I Like Movies, R.M.N.,...

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Monday Movie: All Through the Night, by David Bax

Every Monday, we’ll highlight a piece of writing from our vaults. This review of All Through the Night originally ran as part of our TCM Classic Film Festival 2019 coverage. If Vincent Sherman’s All Through the Night (1942) isn’t as well remembered...

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BP Movie Journal 9/15/22

In BP Movie Journal 9/15/22, David discusses the movies he’s been watching, including Yes Day, Spin Me Round, Three Minutes: A Lengthening, Beast, Jaws, Peter von Kant, Elvis, House of Darkness, Three Thousand Years of Longing and Riotsville, U.S.A. Movies...

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Patreon: September Mailbag with West Anthony

This week on the Patreon, on the September mailbag with West Anthony, David and West Anthony answer patrons’ questions. This episode is available to Patreon subscribers only. Tiers start as low as $2 per month. Become a Patron! In the September...

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New to Home Video 9/13/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 9/13/22: One would be hard-pressed to find a film that more fully embodies the tragedy and exhilaration of show business than Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis. An over-the-top, gaudy spectacle, this film lovingly...

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Patreon: A Fun Game with West Anthony

This week on the Patreon, David and West Anthony play a fun game. This episode is available to Patreon subscribers only. Tiers start as low as $2 per month. Become a Patron! In a fun game with West Anthony, David and...

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New to Home Video 9/6/22

Check out our reviews of what’s new to home video 9/6/22: Lesley Manville has been acting onscreen for nearly half a century but, at the moment, she is arguably best known for a more recent picture, 2017’s Phantom Thread. So there’s...

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Monday Movie: Images, by Alexander Miller

Every Monday, we’ll highlight a piece of writing from our vaults. This review of Images originally ran as a Criterion prediction. The plethora that is Robert Altman’s filmography bears many fruit and Images is among of his best, under-appreciated films. First off,...