Jim and Teal bring you a whole slew of movies for your young film enthusiast. There are a bunch of films that they loved as teenagers, and they think your teen may get value from them as well. Lots of films to tackle, so buckle up, and enjoy!
Jim and Teal both have kids in high school now, and it's time to re-think what films they think their eldest children should check out. Lots of great recommendations on this episode. So many, in fact, they'll be getting back on the mic next week for a second installment. Enjoy!
The Movie Morlock will always have a special place in our hearts, but it just wasn't the same without the dynamic duo of Jim and Teal. We are pleased to announce a brand new season of Stuff We've Seen. On our first episode back we play a bit of catch up to talk about some of the Stuff We've Seen over the past few months.
We hope to make our reboot a bi-monthly occasion. Same fun show, but hopefully with realistic recording schedules. Get ready all you film compeltionists out there: the original is back. Stuff We've Seen returns now!
Let the Movie Morlock be your guide to a bunch of different shows to stream on your television sets right now. Catch up on shows like The Leftovers or Watchmen. Take in some new fare such as Tokyo Vice or Winning Time. Watch the final installments of Ozark and Better Call Saul. So, much great content is available to stream right now.
In addition, The Morlock talks about several films now in theaters, and coming to streaming soon that you'll want on your radar screen. From A24's horror throw-back, X, to the fantastic Everything Everywhere All at Once, if you are looking to head back to the theaters there are some films that make the trip worth while.
Al Fraser joins The Movie Morlock to discuss several films by acclaimed Italian director, Paolo Sorrentino, including his Academy Award nominated film, The Hand of God.
Al and The Morlock also talk about other Sorrention films, including The Great Beauty, and his cult film, This Must be the Place.
What else? Al saw Licorice Pizza, and it brought a twinge of nostalgia to his life growing up in Southern California in the 70s and 80s.
Looking for some new films to discover? This week's episode has you covered.
The Movie Morlock is back with his old pal, Teal to unleash a can of whoopass on the Academy. With Oscar ratings down the network that hosts the awards show, ABC, made some demands to remove eight categories from the main show. The Morlock and Teal discuss why this is a terrible decision.
Also on this episode, the Morlock saw The Batman. Was he fan? Listen and find out.
And while the decision to cut eight categories is the most egregious mishap of this Oscar season, there are plenty of other fun controversies to dissect. Come, dear listener, on a journey of complaints, but also plenty of laughs. This is an episode to enjoy!
Every year The Movie Morlock does a recap of the Oscar Nominations, and when he was doing Stuff We've Seen it was always with Teal. So why should this year be any different? Teal is back to go through the entire list of nominees. What were the surprises and omissions? Get set for James (The Movie Morlock) and Teal to take you through it all.
This week the Movie Morlock invites film enthusiast, and Instragrammer, Richard Stracke to discuss one of the most important filmmakers of all time, Alfred Hitchcock. But while Hitchcock enjoys a stellar reputation to this day, there is no denying the fact that his last several offerings weren't up to the same level as his most known works.
From Marnie (1964) to Family Plot (1976), the Morlock and Stracke pick apart the final five from the man with the famous profile. Bust our your rear-screen projectors, things are about to get real.
Licorice Pizza - Fun-loving, 1970's set coming-of-age romantic comedy, or dark look at an older woman's inappropriate relationship with a 15 year old boy set against the backdrop of gropey film producers and racist restaurant owners?
Who knew Paul Thomas Anderson's trip down nostalgia lane was going to be so controversial? James Kent, The Movie Morlock, and his frequent cohort, Shannon tackle the controversies with two different takes on the movie.
For the Morlock, this discussion was definitely a highlight, because it is a conversation that dives beneath the surface level of a movie that sometimes gets relegated to nothing more than social media scuttle, and certain films deserve a deeper dive.
Also on this episode a brief discussion of The Lost Daughter and Power of the Dog.
Just in time for the holidays the Morlock is back with three films he checked out in the theater. First up is Lady Gaga in House of Gucci. Is Ridley Scott back with his new movie, or is it more of his style-less fare? Next up is Steven Spielberg's semi-reimagining of the musical classic, West Side Story. It's not doing well in theaters, but that doesn't mean the Morlock wasn't impressed. And finally the Movie Morlock took in a rare 70mm screening of Paul Thomas Anderson's, Inherent Vice. Seeing a 70mm print of this particular film was a long goal of the Morlock's and he's excited to tell you all about it.