How does the latest in the Divergent series hold up in relation to other young adult adapted media? We go over Insurgent and try to figure out if the critics are justified in their severe panning of the film, or if they might be unfairly comparing it to a certain other franchise where kids are hungry.
Written and directed by David Robert Mitchell, It Follows is a horror film that’s received a lot of buzz for it’s old-school feel and original story. Does it transcend the horrror genre? We discuss on this episode of The Screen Watchers Guild.
On this edition of the Screen Watchers Guild, we talk to Christopher Presswell (@ChrisPresswell, chrispresswell.co.uk) to talk about his latest film, Candlestick, available in select theaters and VOD on April 11th. Be sure to check out CandlestickFilm.com for more details.
“A social gathering is rocked to its core when Jack accuses his best friend’s wife of infidelity. But as the allegations start flying, it soon emerges that far more sinister intentions may be at play…”
We are joined by Nick Ruiz of the Strange Bedfellows podcast (bedfellowspodcast.com) and do our manliest review yet: Disney’s Cinderella live action remake. Just three dudes going over the magic and wonder of one of Disney’s greatest fairy tale adaptations.
Neill Blomkamp’s third major film, Chappie, has been panned by critics and features the controversial band Die Antwoord. What is happening in this movie? We break it down on this edition of the Screen Watchers Guild. Also starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver, & Dev Patel.
Matthew Vaughn’s latest film Kingsman is ultra-violent, crazy, and fun. So basically, it’s a Matthew Vaughn movie. Starring Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, and Samuel L. Jackson, Kingsman is a bananas film to say the least.
A Most Violent Year stars Oscar nominees Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, except they aren’t nominated for this film. Is it a snub? Is the movie as a whole being snubbed? Is the movie good? Questions are not good for descriptions. Check out our review.