ATR #118 – Equalizer 2, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Blindspotting, SDCC news
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!
ATR #116 – Sorry To Bother You, The First Purge w/ E-Man’s Movie Reviews
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".
ATI #17 – Sebastian Lelio
This episode of the “About To Review”/ “About To Interview” podcast was recorded during the 2018 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and features Oscar Winner Sebastian Lelio discussing his new film "Disobedience".
ATR #109 – SOLO, Pope Francis, Boom for Real, Revenge
A short time ago, in a podcast studio not very far away ... two of Seattle's film critics, "That Guy Named John" and Tim Hall, "The People's Critic" got together and reviewed several current movies! "SOLO: A Star Wars Story", "Pope Francis: A man of his word", "Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat", and "Revenge".
ATR #107 – 50 Hour Slam, Translations, and SIFF
Festival extravaganza! On this independant film filled episode, Dr. Andy returns to the studios after a brief hiatus and he and John talk about 3 different film festivals: "Translations", "50 Hour Slam", and "SIFF", as well as a review for the documentary "Man Made".
ATR #64: The Boogeys, plus SIFF 2017 wrap up
On this truly global episode, That Guy Named John is joined by Dr. Andy as they talk about the brand new short film "The Boogeys", which includes an interview with the writer/director/ producers. Lastly they do their highly anticipated SIFF 2017 wrap up.
ATR #59: The Paris Opera, It Comes At Night, and The Mummy
Hello true believers! First thing first, the audio on this episode is a little off because of a weird recording situation, but I need to thank Tim Hall, AKA: "The People's Critic" for steeping up to the plate at the midnight hour! On this episode we talk about a SIFF film: "The Paris Opera", then "It Comes At Night" and end with "The Mummy".
ATR #57: STEP, SIFF, Pirates 5, and Baywatch!
SIFF (Seattle International Film Festival) is in full swing and the cast of the new documentary "STEP" made time and sat down with your host, That Guy Named John! After that, Dr. Andy, and This Guy Named Steve talk about other SIFF films, plus the new Pirates and Baywatch films!
ATR #54: Guardians Vol. 2, 50 Hour Slam, and SIFF 2017!
On this action packed episode, That Guy Named John and Dr. Andy talk about Marvel's newest film: "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", plus a film competition called "50 Hour Slam", and finally, the upcoming Seattle International Film Festival, AKA: "SIFF".
ATR #12: SIFF 2016 – Wrap up
On this jam packed episode, host That Guy Named John is joined by Andy as they wrap up the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival by breaking down 6 different films from 5 different countries. The films are: Queen of Ireland, Awaiting, News From Planet Mars, Rodinny Film, and Spy Time. A big shout out to the staff of the Seattle International Film Festival, who continue to do a tremendous job organizing this event.
ATR #11: Creator conversations
Hey folks! This is a special installment of the podcast that was part of the ongoing coverage of the Seattle International Film Festival that happened recently. Host That Guy Named John had the opportunity to sit down with creators and actors, such as; Corentin Fila, Rifqi Assaf, Suad Bushnaq, and Javier Ruiz Caldera, whose films come from all around the world, and played during the festival.
ATR #10: Queen of Ireland
By the power of big hair, That Guy Named John is joined by Director Conor Horgan, Producer Katie Holly, and star/ Belle of the ball, Rory O'Neill from the new feature documentary; "Queen of Ireland" which had it's North American premier recently at the Seattle International Film Festival, or SIFF.