Each Tuesday Hunter highlights the best classic films airing in the coming week on TCM.
Happy Tuesday classic film lovers. This week’s lineup includes some films I’ve seen, as well as several I haven’t.
Hunter and Chris take a trip to Tinseltown with a review of David Cronenberg’s Hollywood horror/satire Maps To The Stars. In Special Features, the dudes discuss Dramatic Directors Attempting Comedy.
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00:08:07 – Review – Maps to the Stars
Beer Recommendation: Sriracha Stout – Rogue Ales
00:42:12 – Special Features – Dramatic Directors Attempting Comedy
01:03:03 – Really Rad Recommendations
Hunter and Chris take aim at Clint Eastwood’s controversial, Oscar-nominated blockbuster with a review of American Sniper. During Special Features the dudes discuss actors who direct – those who’ve succeeded, those who’ve failed, those who should sit in the director’s chair, and those who should just throw it. Plus! a post mortem on last weekend’s Academy Awards… kinda.
00:00:31 – The Pre-Oscars Post Show
00:05:24 – Review – American Sniper
Beer Recommendation: Bud Heavy, “The Great American Lager”
00:51:59 – Special Features – Actors Who Director
01:13:39 – Really Rad Recommendations
Hunter and Chris are joined by guest Dan Harmon aficionado Jacob Graves to review Neil Berkeley’s documentary Harmontown, about the eccentric creator of Community, as well as to discuss Cults of Personality. Plus find out which illusive director really needs an Instagram.
00:03:14 – Review – Harmontown
00:36:40 – Special Features – Cults of Personality
01:01:17 – Really RadRecommendations
00:02:12 – Review – Birdman
00:50:26 – Special Features – Actor Comebacks
01:11:37 – Really Rad Recommendations
“What??? You’ve never seen ________________ ?!?”
As much as we each consume movies like Easter candy, both of us still have some shamefully glaring omissions. Seriously, it’s embarrassing some of the movies we haven’t seen. Movies like mainstream flicks that play endlessly on basic cable. And critically acclaimed films that have been collecting dust on our respective Blu-Rays. Oh yeah, sure, we’ll “get around to them eventually” – but we never, ever do.
These are our individual War Crimes. Now we’re each manning up and atoning for them.
Our unseen movies are different. But for the sake of our honor and souls as film geeks, we each will answer for them. And you get to listen!
Our personal War Crimes lists on Letterboxd:
Check out our special War Crimes episodes below.