STACHE & the CHIEF talk their most vile Oscar snubs.
The CHIEF sits down with Memphis-native, filmmaker, St. Mary’s graduate, and current USC film school student, VIVIAN GRAY, for a fantastic conversation on IN THE CAN:
This podcast, should you choose to accept it, may result in your extreme entertainment. The CHIEF and STEVE aka SLOTH aka the PEACE CORP PROTECTOR talk the 1996 spy-classic directed by Brian De Palma: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
HEREDITARY doesn’t concern itself with your expectations, and it’s the greatest horror film of this decade.
The CHIEF and Sloth aka Steve aka the Peace Corp Protector work on their cons and talk Steven Spielberg’s early 2000s gem: CATCH ME IF YOU CAN.
The BarnBurner Crew talks Marvel’s latest superhero extravaganza Avengers: Infinity War in the latest ‘In the Can’ podcast:
The summer superhero spectacle and culmination of eighteen MCU movies is finally here. But is the flick any good?
John Krasinski’s tightly-crafted horror film is a masterpiece in sound and substance that will leave viewers struggling to catch their breath even after the movie’s end.
The BarnBurner spotlights Cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo, who talks his influences, career beginnings, working with David Lowery on A Ghost Story, and future projects:
The CHIEF is joined by Freddy and John to talk Alex Garland’s sci-fi (maybe horror?) cerebrally challenging Annihilation: