On this episode of Black Hole Films, Dani Kind joins Jeremy to watch Raging Bull!
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil, Michael and Daniel watch the listener recommended movie Cherry Pop and ask why do you hate us so much?
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares we’re watching Don Dohler's Dead Hunt, an old fashioned slasher flick with a touch of post-Scream metacommentary for good measure!
On episode 25 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Nicole and Angelo link part one of the Star Trek: Discovery's season two finale, "Such Sweet Sorrow” with the Star Trek: Enterprise season three episode “Twilight.”
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.
In episode 24 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Angelo and Nicole link Star Trek: Discovery 2x12, "Through the Valley of Shadows” with the Original Series two-parter “The Menagerie.”
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…
It's back to school – high school to be exact – on the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies!
In episode 23 of Highly Logical – A Star Trek Podcast, Angelo and Nicole look at the Trek trope of the depressive time-traveller, linking Star Trek: Discovery 2x11, “Perpetual Infinity” with the Star Trek: Voyager season four two-parter “Year of Hell.”
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.
In episode 22 of Highly Logical, Nicole and Angelo explore Star Trek's fascination with time-travelling tricksters, linking Star Trek: Discovery episode 2x10, “The Red Angel” with Star Trek: The Next Generation’s classic Borg introduction, "Q Who."
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.
On episode 21 of Highly Logical, Angelo and Nicole detect something rotten in the state of Starfleet, linking Star Trek: Discovery 2x09, “Project Daedalus” with Star Trek: The Next Generation’s season 1 classic “Conspiracy.”
To celebrate BGM's 100th episode, they decided to go back to the fabulous Mae West and take a look at her last film and one of the most bizarre comedies of the seventies: Sextette!