Alright, so you may have heard during our most recent episode that Roger, Matt, and I are doing an Oscar bet this year. The Winner(s) will get to pick a movie to send the Loser(s) to during the month of March. The Loser(s) will also have to review the movie during an upcoming podcast. We discussed a few of our picks during the episode, but here are the complete ballots that we filled out.
Episode 06 of The Film Coterie is now available on iTunes and SoundCloud! Subscribe to us on iTunes and get all of our new episodes automatically. Like us on Facebook and you'll be kept up to date on all of our new articles and developments. On this week's episode, the guys reveal their Oscar picks and discuss the terrible fate that will befall the loser(s), review the creepy new movie Get Out, give their thoughts on the all-female written and directed horror anthology XX, an
So, three movies open wide this week: A Cure for Wellness, Fist Fight, and The Great Wall. You can already hear what we think of The Great Wall HERE, but what about the other two? A Cure for Wellness is the first new film from Gore Vorebinski since The Lone Ranger bombed in theaters three years ago. Is it any good? I don't know but I sure hope so. It looks like a compelling psychological horror flick with some great visuals and production design. I hope that it is more like S
Episode 05 of The Film Coterie is now available on iTunes and SoundCloud! Subscribe to us on iTunes and get all of our new episodes automatically. Like us on Facebook and you'll be kept up to date on all of our new articles and developments. In this week's episode, the guys review The Great Wall, time travel back to 1991 for the latest edition of Decade Do-over, and complete their most recent Movie Homework assignment. As always, we value your thoughts and input, so please fe
On this week's podcast, the guys decide whether The Great Wall stands or falls, time travel back to 1991 and explore the cinematic offerings that came from the era of Grunge and Desert Storm, and complete their most recent movie homework assignments. Does Roger still enjoy the tale as old as time in Beauty and the Beast? Did Adam find a compelling reason to rescue The People Under the Stairs ? Did Matt enjoy his dinner date with an old acquaintance when he rewatched The Silen
What To Stream is our weekly article that highlights some of the best new movies available from the various VOD services like iTunes and Amazon Video and also from the subscription services like Netflix and Amazon Prime. We are still in the doldrums of winter, but here are some movie picks that might get you through a snowy and dreary afternoon. Because Arrival is now available to own through VOD, I'm also going to include on this list my other two favorite Denis Villeneuve f
Dear readers, please go see John Wick: Chapter 2 this weekend. I humbly make this request because I really want to see John Wick: Chapter 3 and Chapter 2 needs your dollars and my dollars to make that happen. From all the reviews, it seems like The Lego Batman Movie is also a good viewing choice. The only wrong way you can go at the theaters this weekend is Fifty Shades Darker. In a quick glance at the Rotten Tomatoes reviews, I saw this quote about Fifty Shades Darker and it
Episode 04 of The Film Coterie is now available on iTunes and SoundCloud! Subscribe to us on iTunes and get all of our new episodes automatically. Like us on Facebook and you'll be kept up to date on all of our new articles and developments. In this week's episode, the guys wonder if anyone is still interested in Pandora (the world of Avatar), review John Wick: Chapter 2, declare their instant movie classics in the action genre, and complete their most recent Movie Homework a
On this week's podcast, the guys take their best shot at reviewing John Wick: Chapter 2, discus some action films that they deem "instant classics", and complete their most recent movie homework assignments. Did White Heat steal Adam's heart? Did Roger survive his trippy adventure into the midnight madness that is El Topo? Would Matt rather run wild with Nocturnal Animals or just go to bed? All this and more on The Film Coterie.
If you are local to Columbus, Ohio, chances are good that you heard that Arnold Schwarzenegger was in town last year shooting a "revenge drama" about a man who lost his family in a plane crash. Well now you can set your eyes on the first trailer for Aftermath. See any Columbus landmarks or locations you recognize? Aftermath hits theaters and VOD on April 7, 2017.