As one half of The Cine-Men, you’ve likely heard of, if not listened to, The Cine-Men which posts here on EoM. What you may not be aware of is that The Cine-Men is not the only show to air on the Poprika Podcast Network…. Read More ›
After the online dust-up around the potential The Princess Bride remake, Darryl and I decided to dive into our favorite remakes films. If you need the reminder, this show’s challenges are: J.A. Bayona’s A Monster Calls and Alex Lehmann’s Paddelton. Per usual, Douglas gets… Read More ›
DreamWorks Animation is no stranger to crafting stories while pushing reality and tickling the imagination. Thanks to this studio, audiences around the world know how to move it move it, train a whole host of dragons, and that plans can… Read More ›
Large in style, but small in scope, “Ad Astra” is a visually stunning journey through the solar system within an existential drama.
Some look at the stars and see infinity swirling before them. A smaller portion look upon existence stretching out before them in a sea of black littered with bright specks and feel a pull, a pull to explore, to quest,… Read More ›
As one half of The Cine-Men, you’ve likely heard of, if not listened to, The Cine-Men which posts here on EoM. What you may not be aware of is that The Cine-Men is not the only show to air on the Poprika… Read More ›
Audiences cultivate a certain expectation depending on the film distributor. With Warner Bros. Pictures, odds are you’re getting something fairly mainstream; whereas A24 almost always releases genre-pushing indies. In the middle lies Neon, where it handles mainstream documentaries like Apollo… Read More ›