The Drunk Monkeys Radio Filmcast returns with a look at the next great (?) Old Hollywood musical, La La Land, starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. We also discuss musicals in general, including Rock and roll High School and Moulin Rouge!
Movies discussed on this episode: Captain Fantastic (2016), Richard Pryor Live in Concert (1979), La La Land (2016), Rock 'n' roll High School (1979), Moulin Rouge! (2001), Chicago (2002) Read More
We review Manchester by the Sea, one of the best films of 2016, and discuss the Coen Brothers, Wes Anderson, and much more on the latest episode of the Drunk Monkeys Radio Filmcast! Read More
In our first post-Trump episode, we talk a lot of escapist fare, from Doctor Strange to Batman v. Superman, as well as the alien invasion think-piece Arrival.
Films discussed on this episode: Read More
Doctor Strange (2016)
Suicide Squad (2016)
Attack the Block (2011)
The Visitor (1979)
Batman v. Superman (2016)
Our intrepid Filmcast crew tries, and fails, to talk about anything other than this horrid Presidential election. We also delve into the mysteries of whether or not John Kennedy was handsome and why did Warren Beatty make a movie where he raps? All that much more in the latest episode of Drunk Monkeys Radio!
Movies discussed on this episode: Moonlight (2016), The Way He Looks (2014), Stranger by the Lake(2013), Election (1999), Primary (1960), Bulworth (1998), Bob Roberts (1992), The Candidate (1972) Read More
We discuss the latest version of The Magnificent Seven, a movie so boring that we spend twenty minutes talking about the Muppets.
Films discussed in this episode: Wonder Boys (2000), Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972), Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973), Ghost World (2001), The Magnificent Seven (2016), Battle Beyond the Stars (1980), The Muppets (2011), The Muppet Movie (1979) Read More
A selection of literary readings, featuring the poetry of Kevin Ridgeway and Nathan Alan Schwartz of Five 2 One Magazine, and an essay from Ashley Perez. Read More
We review the latest film from Clint Eastwood, Sully.
Film discussed on this episode:
Other People (2016), The BFG (2016), Don't Think Twice (2016), Sully (2016), Shadow (1959), Stand By Me (1986), The Postman (1997) Read More
We discuss the instant classic, stop-motion animated, Kubo and the Two Strings along with films from Kurosawa, Miyazaki, and many more on the latest Filmcast!
Movies discussed on this episode:
Don't Breathe (2016) Read More
Safety Last (1923)
The Human Condition (1959-61)
Seven Samurai (1954)
Kubo and the Two Strings (2016)
The Ballad of Narayama (1958)
Spirited Away (2001)
Tokyo Story (1953)
We discuss one of the best reviewed films of 2016, Hell or High Water, on the latest episode of the Drunk Monkeys Radio Filmcast! We also follow up on our homework assignments, and share some of our favorite crime family movies. Read More
We interview writer Ashley Perez on the latest episode Drunk Monkeys Radio! Read More
We boldly go where no Filmcast has gone before in our exploration of Star Trek Beyond and the entire Star Trek film series! Read More
We talk the needlessly controversial Ghostbusters reboot, and reboots in general, in the latest episode of the Filmcast!
Film discussed on this episode:
Take Me to the River (2015) Read More
Hi Diddle Diddle (1943)
Samurai Rebellion (1967)
The Big Short (2015)
The Thing (1982)
Batman Begins (2005)
The Drunk Monkeys Filmcast crew take a look back at their younger days, with their top 5 movies of 1996! Read More
Our interview with Nathan Alan Schwartz of Five 2 One Magazine, along with a response to the recent controversy at the magazine. Read More
The Filmcast crew, Ryan Roach, Lawrence Von Haelstrom, and Matthew Guerruckey, discuss Pixar's latest sequel, Finding Dory. Does it live up to Finding Nemo?
They also get into their favorite Pixar movies, OJ: Made in America, and whether or not Toy Story 3 is an allegory for mankind casting off their gods. Read More
The Filmcast returns with a review of The Lonely Island movie, Pop Star: Never Stop Never Stopping, and a look at movie satire. Plus, is Oscar Isaac cumming his way through X-Men Apocalypse? All that and more with Matthew Guerruckey, Ryan Roach, and Lawrence Von Haelstrom! Read More
Our interview with Kevin Ridgeway, one of the most prolific and talented poets working today! Read More
The Filmcast returns with our review of The Lobster, the most talked-about movie of 2016, a discussioin of other surreal movies, including Mullholland Drive, and much, much more! Read More
Drunk Monkeys Radio returns with an interview with writer Lise Quintana, of Zoetic Press and Non-Binary Review. Read More
The Filmcast returns with our (spoiler-filled) breakdown of this year's biggest blockbuster event, Captain America: Civil War! Plus, we talk about our own favorite movies feuds, and preview upcoming releases from Summer 2016! Read More