The Filmcast celebrates its one-year anniversary with a look at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2! Also games, an LVH rap, and much, much more!
Family. Cars. Submarines? The DM Film crew reviews Vin Diesel and The Rock's latest Fast and the Furious film, Fate of the Furious, also starring Charlize Theron and Michelle Rodriguez.
We dig into the best movies of 1997 in the latest episode of the Drunk Monkeys Radio Filmcast!
Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor return to familiar territory in T2: Trainspotting. We take a look at that movie and other long-awaited sequels, and our homework assignments yield some unexpected thrashings of sacred cows in the latest episode of Drunk Monkeys Radio!
::SKINT!:: The Drunk Monkeys Radio crew unleashes their claws for a review of Hugh Jackman's last film as Wolverine in LOGAN. Also on the show, reviews of Kong: Skull Island, Get Out, and a look at some of the most reluctant mentors in film history.
The Filmcast crew returns with a look at the first big hit of 2017, Lego Batman, as well as other advertisements masquerading as movies.
Films discussed on this episode:
The Handmaiden (2015)
Pit Stop (1969)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
The Room (2003)
Lego Batman (2017)
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
Mac and Me (1988)
The Filmcast crew, and special guest Will Link of Will Sean Podcast, break down this year's crop of Academy Award nominees! Can anyone stop La La Land? Will Matt ever stop complaining about La La Land? Why does an Oscar Preview Special contain so much discussion about Tommy Wiseau's The Room? Answers to these questions and much more in this episode!
Is The Founder really one long McDonald's commercial? Who are the best film anti-heroes of all time? Also, a disgusted Ryan Roach spoils the ending of Split and much more as the Filmcast crew breaks it down in the latest episode of Drunk Monkeys Radio
Films discussed on this episode: Split (2017)(with spoilers), XXX: The return of Xander Cage (2017), Moana (2016), The Founder (2016), Cool Hand Luke (1867), Nightcrawler (2014), Citizen Kane (1947)
We debut our new feature, Five Answers, One Question, with an interview with Scott Waldyn, Editor-in-chief of Literary Orphans!
The Drunk Monkeys Filmcast crew counts down the Best Films of 2016!
We discuss: Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea, Fences, Silence, and much, much more!