This week’s episode is a solo show where I try not to crazy while in the studio by myself! The reason this episode is dropping early is because this podcast is nominated for an international podcast award and the voting closes on Tuesday, July 31st!
This episode of “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” features my conversation with director Carlos Lopez Estrada from the new film “Blindspotting” starring Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal! This interview took place during the 2018 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).
This week’s episode is filled to the gills (pun absolutely intended) with Jed and I reviewing 3 new movies, “Equalizer 2”, “Mission Impossible: Fallout” and “Blindspotting”! After that we cover a bunch of new trailers that dropped during the recent San Diego Comic Con!
This episode of “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” features my conversation with writer/ director Bo Burnham and actress Elsie Fisher from the new film “Eighth Grade” which is in theaters now! This interview took place during the Seattle International Film Festival.
This episode of “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” features my conversation with two members of the creative of the new comic book series “Infidel” from Image Comics; writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Aaron Campbell!
This week’s packed podcast has reviews for “Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot”, “Eighth Grade”, “Skyscraper”, Unfriended: Dark Web”, and “Jurassic Dead”. Joining me on this adventure is the one and only Jed!
This episode of “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” is a collaboration with Aaron of the “Feelin’ Film” podcast! It features a conversation with director Gus Van Sant and actress Beth Ditto, from the new film “Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot”.
Joining me on this episode is my friend Emmanuel from “E-Man’s Movie Reviews” who is fellow geek & Chicago based film critic! We do a “Getting to know you” section about Emmanuel before reviewing two new movies: “Sorry To Bother You” and “The First Purge”.
This jam packed episode with guest Tim “The People’s Critic” includes 5 reviews for new movies: “Leave No Trace”, “Whitney”, “Ant Man & The Wasp”, “Uncle Drew”, and “Sicario: Day of the Soldado”, plus a retro review of “500 days of Summer”!
This episode of the “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” podcast features my conversation with Cheo Hodari Coker, the creator, writer, and executive producer of “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Netflix.