Hello New Year! At the end of January! Yeah, it’s already like that.
The holidays always provide a great opportunity to catch up. Be it movies and TV missed throughout the year or new offerings, it’s a great time to curl up with some great content and we certainly did that over this holiday.
Join Dale (Letterboxd) and I (Letterboxd) for a recap of what we consumed over the holidays and don’t forget to let us know what you watched!
What a crazy couple of weeks! Just when you thought Hollywood was starting to slow down with big news in wake of the holidays, this happens!
Join Marina (@themarina) and Ashley (@ashleylynch) as they share what may be some unpopular opinions about the WB/HBO Max news, the upcoming Spiderman movie and Disney’s ongoing mining expedition into all things Star Wars.
Discussed this episode:
Warner Brothers to release full slate of 2021 movies day-and-date
The sun has gone and been replaced by what feels like endless rain. Whatever happened to autumn? It feels like we skipped directly to winter.
Festival season too has been a bit strange this year but after a short break for my festival hiatus, I’m (Letterboxd) once again joined by Dale (Letterboxd), and Colleen (London Lives), to catch up on what the team has been watching, listening to, and reading over the last few weeks.
Summer has come and almost gone and here we are, still in quarantine but now more accepting of the fact that movies in movie theatres are still a long way and away and in full realization that festival season will look much different this year.
This week, I’m (Letterboxd) once again joined by Dale (Letterboxd), and Colleen (London Lives), to catch up on what the team has been watching, listening to, and reading over the last few weeks.
Also mentioned this episode:
Marina’s interview with Sean Garrity, director of I Propose We Never See Eachother Again After Tonight
Timely: trailer for next season of Archer dropped right after we recorded
Colleen’s growing army of carnivorous plants…
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