Ep. 37 – “Zodiac” (2007)

This is one of those slow-burn modern-classic films that only David Fincher could have directed.  Mark and Chad discuss, well – is it a “classic”?  Chad seems to think so.  Mark isn’t as certain.  One thing is for sure, however: the film didn’t play well on first viewing, but ultimately gets much, much better on repeat viewings.  […]

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Ep. 35 – “The Player” (1992)

Ah, the sweet, sweet smell of being back.  Mark and Chad are back after an extended break!  Chad went and directed a feature film in Australia (currently untitled), and Mark’s been busy busting his butt on shows like “Preacher” and “My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”.  That said, we’re back weekly from here on out (for the foreseeable […]

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Ep. 34 – “Rumble Fish” (1983)

Mark, Chad and guest Steve Phelan return after a week off to explore Steve’s pick, “Rumble Fish”, Francis Ford Coppola’s generally forgotten art-house epic(?) from 1983.  Photographed on gorgeously lush black and white film, “Rumble Fish” is a film that most likely couldn’t see the light of day in our era or filmmaking – a […]

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