On this episode of Black Hole Films, host Jeremy LaLonde tackles the entire series of Game of Thrones. That’s right – he’d never seen a single episode… until now!
Nicholas Carella, David Tompa, and Marc Winegust join Jeremy for Take the Money and Run!
Dane Clark joins Jeremy to watch TRADING PLACES and takes a deep dive into their 80s favourites and also a moment to reflect and worry about the current state of Eddie Murphy.
On the new episode of Black Hole Films, Mike Connell joins Jeremy to tackle The Man With No Name Trilogy!
On this episode of Black Hole Films, Dani Kind joins Jeremy to watch Raging Bull!
Peter Harvey and Ellie Moon join Jeremy to watch The Godfather and talk about oranges and horses heads just how gosh darn young everyone is.
Stefan Brogen and Jackie English join Jeremy to watch THE WILD BUNCH and wrestle with how they feel about it while trying to figure out if something like this could even be made now…
On this episode of Black Hole Films, Sam Coyle and Richard Rotter join Jeremy to watch WILD STRAWBERRIES and get lost in the journey into the past, despite some early missteps.
On the new episode of Black Hole Films, Kate Johnston joins host Jeremy LaLonde to watch Mean Streets.
On the latest episode of Black Hole Films, Jeremy tackle’s Ingmar Bergman's Cinema: Opening Night – the first in an ongoing series.
Kate Hewlett, Bern Euler, and Graeme Jokic join Jeremy for CITIZEN KANE and at least one of them does NOT like it…
Ken Cuperus, Scott McClellan and Ryan Goldhar join Jeremy for THE ADVENTURES OF BUCKAROO BANZAI ACROSS THE 8th DIMENSION and delight in trying making sense of it.
Lauren Lee Smith joins Jeremy to watch A QUIET PLACE and tries not to get muscle spasms from the tension sandwich that is the film…
Elan Mastai joins Jeremy to watch TIMECRIMES and try to figure out just why filmmakers are so obsessed with time travel.
Alice Moran joins Jeremy to watch BULL DURHAM and lets him pretend to know stuff about athletics from time to time while they revel in a film that celebrates the brutal reality of minor league sports.