On Episode 131 of Drink in the Movies Michael & Taylor reflect on the podcast reaching five years, discuss their First Impressions of: "The Killer" & "Killers of the Flower Moon." Followed by a discussion of the films: "Targets" and … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "As Julie sprints and darts down the sidewalks and alleyways, the shaky camera and intense musical score complement her desperation as she races against the clock every second of every day."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "With its war movie influence comes a distinct band of characters. Everyone feels appealingly realized, sometimes with simple but enjoyable arcs. Wyatt Russel is a definite highlight, completely channeling his..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "Priscilla is starry-eyed when she’s first invited to Elvis’s house, but she isn’t a squealing fan. Instead, her excitement as a girl with a crush flickers beneath a placid surface, her eyes watchful and her demeanor..."… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Fincher whose long been interested in the minds of killers exerts a significant amount of goodwill in the first chapter—inviting the audience to get to know the city block that Fassbender’s killer is lounging around in … Continue reading.
Written by Jeff Sparks "“Ahsoka’s” greatest strength is simultaneously it’s biggest weakness when it comes to the reception of the mass audience. Unlike most other “Star Wars” releases this one isn’t for everyone. Most of the characters and storylines..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "The possession aspects of the film are masterfully realized through the practical effects, from the violently shaking bed to the pea soup used as vomit that is more than convincing, everything that these characters endure..."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "“Dog Soldiers” packs all the best parts of action horror favorites. Marshall brings a refreshing spin to the lycanthrope mythos along with genuine tension, frantic action, and capable characters you want to see live."… Continue reading.
Written by Nick McCann "A committed tone, bleak visuals, and plenty of vampire violence help “Stake Land” plant its flag with distinction among the apocalypse genre. Not often are vampires taken out of their usual small confined..."… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "It’s a shame, too, because Juel Taylor’s feature debut has a confidence and swagger that shouldn’t be trapped on Netflix, but over two years after “They Cloned Tyrone” wrapped filming, that is where we’ve ended up..."… Continue reading.