Black Panther was the first black superhero in mainstream American comic books and now, finally, he has his own movie. Do Director-Co-Writer Ryan Coogler and Marvel deliver the studio’s best film yet?
After a three-year hiatus, Writer-Director Paul Thomas Anderson returns with Phantom Thread, a tale of a dressmaker and his muse. Oh, and it’s probably Daniel Day-Lewis’ final film, but whatever.
Coming off the critical and financial disappointment of Pan, Director Joe Wright bounces back with Darkest Hour—the story of Winston Churchill’s rise to Prime Minister of Great Britain and his first arduous month once he assumed power.
Written and directed by Scott Cooper and adapted from a story by Donald E. Stewart, Hostiles is a sweeping western tale about two enemies that must learn to coexist if they hope to survive their journey from New Mexico to Montana.
On Episode 161 of The Hodgepodge Podcast, Doug and Dirty A run down their Top 10 lists for the films of 2017! Take a listen to see what you need to check out in theaters or catch up on at home!
How do you screw up this idea: Taraji P. Henson, badass assassin? Let me tell you all the ways Proud Mary does just that.
Hey, remember Tonya Harding and the infamous attack on Nancy Kerrigan’s knee? Well, Director Craig Gillespie tells Harding’s story with I, Tonya.
With The Post, Director Steven Spielberg whisks audiences back to the 1970s with a story that is sadly as relevant today as it was then. However, with the pages of history already written, is the story still compelling as a film?
Episode 160 finds Doug interviewing his director and some of his cast mates from Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, presented by Stageworks Theatre! Sadly, not all cast members were able to attend, but the podcast was a blast nonetheless! Here’s who was in attendance:
Mia Peters – Director
Michael Parker – Lombard
Noelle Barnard Azarelo – Vera
Carla Reck – Dr. Armstrong
Laura Arwood – Miss Brent
Chris McBennett – Marston
Jason Christ (Yes, the same!) – Rogers
After decades of handing over stellar scripts to other directors, Aaron Sorkin finally steps behind the camera himself to direct Molly’s Game, a true life story of high stakes, high living, and the consequences that come with that.