#83 - Dredd (2012)
Tasked by Patreon supporter Sean, Brian and Shaun take a look at Karl Urban’s anti-Sylvester Stallone (but pro-Christian Bale) Dredd.
#82 - Pride of Kimper with Ashley York
Journalist and documentary filmmaker Ashley York (Tig) joins Shaun to talk about compassion fatigue, objectivity in storytelling, representation, and a lot more.
#81 - Breaking the Waves (1996)
Jonathan, a moderator at /r/TrueFilm, introduces Shaun to the infinitely complex and rewarding world of Lars Von Trier.
#80 - Spontaneous Call-In Show
Returning guest David Shreve signs on to talk about his most excellent essay on David Fincher’s Se7en, but discussion quickly goes out the window when Shaun decides to extend an open Twitter invitation to the recording session.
#79 - Total Recall (1990)
Following last week’s visit from Steven of r/TrueFilm, another moderator from the subreddit, Colin, joins Shaun to talk about the intellect and comedy on display in Paul Verhoeven’s great sci-fi Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle, Total Recall (1990).
#78 - Discussing Film Online with Steven from TrueFilm
Moderator of /r/TrueFilm Steven- also known as hydra815- chats with Shaun about the state of film discussion online and why TrueFilm is different.
#77 - New Nightmare (1994)
Following the passing of horror icon Wes Craven, Brian and Shaun take a look at the ambitious meta-horror film that doubles as the original Freddy Krueger’s coda, New Nightmare (1994).
#76 - Obvious Child (2014)
Shaun and Grace Porter from Audiences Everywhere discuss Gillian Robespierre’s debut feature Obvious Child (2014), a new look at modern womanhood featuring a star turn from Jenny Slate.
#75 - Nightcrawler (2014)
Brian and Shaun talk about Jake Gyllenhaal’s sleeves, the problem of Rick, and try to figure out that score. This week, Dan Gilroy’s directorial debut: Nightcrawler (2014).
#74 - Enough Said (2013)
Shaun is joined by Claire Tanner from the excellent Filmback podcast to discuss Nicole Holofcener’s adorable mid-life romantic comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini.