After the Credits Episode 316: Insane

Dev Patel goes broke twice and emerges victorious!

Join us this week as we delve into Monkey Man, Dev Patel’s surprising action thriller which marks the actor-turned-director as an adept filmmaker. Join Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, X, Website), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, X), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) as they delve into the crazy action. Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdX) was unable to join us this week.

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After the Credits Episode 315: Give Us All the Mullets

The female gaze is strong with this one!

On this week’s show, the team takes a bite into Rose Glass’ latest winner Love Lies Bleeding. Join Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, X, Website), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, X), Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdX), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) as they wax poetic on the Oscars and just how good Kristen Stewart is.

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After the Credits Episode 314: Dune Love

After a few weeks of respite, the crew is back to celebrate one of the most anticipated films of the year.

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After the Credits Episode 313: Top 10 of 2023

Another film year has come and gone and the After the Credits team is happy to cap off the year with a countdown of the best of 2023.

Join Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, X, Website), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, X), Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdX), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) as they share thoughts on their favourites of the year and a few others that didn’t quite make the cut.

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Marina’s Top 10:

10. Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning
9. No One Will Save You
8. Beau is Afraid
7. Fair Play
6. Past Lives
5. May December
4. Listen to find out
3. Listen to find out
2. Listen to find out
1. Listen to find out

The rest:
11. The Holdovers
12. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
13. How to Blow Up a Pipeline
14. John Wick: Chapter 4
15. Reality
16. Air
17. Godzilla Minus One
18. The Killer
19. 20 Days in Mariupol
20. BlackBerry

Steve’s Top 10:

10. Barbie
9. Oppenheimer
8. Monster
7. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
6. American Fiction
5. The Holdovers
4. Listen to find out
3. Listen to find out
2. Listen to find out
1. Listen to find out

The rest:
Anatomy of a Fall
Sisu

Melissa’s Top 10:

10. Green Border
9. Barbie
8. The Old Oak
7. Beau is Afraid
6. BlackBerry
5. Killers of the Flower Moon
4. Listen to find out
3. Listen to find out
2. Listen to find out
1. Listen to find out

The rest:
Rice Boy Sleeps
Monica

Bill’s Top 10:

10. Red Rooms
9. The Holdovers
8. No One Will Save You
7. The Iron Claw
6. Oppenheimer
5. The Killer
4. Listen to find out
3. Listen to find out
2. Listen to find out
1. Listen to find out

The rest:
11. Past Lives
12. Killers of the Flower Moon
13. John Wick: Chapter 4
14. All of Us Strangers
15. Godzilla Minus One
16. Monster
17. Robot Dreams
18. How to Blow Up a Pipeline
19. BlackBerry
20. Suzume

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After the Credits Episode 312: Happy New Year!

Happy New Year friends! The holidays have brought with them a load of movie-watching and while we didn’t coordinate a main review for the first episode of the year, we are pleased to present an extensive list of recent releases and awards hopefuls.

Join Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, X, Website), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, X), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) as they unload a plethora of thoughts on many a movie.

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After the Credits Episode 311: The More You Know

After a few episodes of MIA team members, the entire crew is back together for this, the last episode before the holiday, to talk about a long list of titles, from newly available titles to a few that will be released over the coming weeks but first, we jump right into it with a look at Emerald Fennell’s Saltburn.

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After the Credits Episode 310: Michael Fassbender Doing Yoga

This wasn’t intended to be a Michael Fassbender love-fest but it’s difficult not to be entranced by his performances and while we do take it a bit far, all in good fun we promise, the truth remains that he is one of the best actors of current times as is proven in his latest performance in The Killer.

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After the Credits Episode 309: VIFF Thoughts

We were already a little late with this show when it was supposed to go live last week but technical difficulties behind the scenes delayed it another week meaning that this is now less of a VIFF Top 5 and more of a “here are some amazing festival titles you need to be looking out for during awards season (and a few you should avoid)”.

Join Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdTwitter), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, Twitter), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) as they count down their festival faves.

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Steve’s List:

5. The Promised Land
4. The Royal Hotel
3. Anatomy of a Fall
2. The Old Oak
1. Monster

Marina’s List:

5. The Old Oak
4. Monster
3. Raging Grace
2. Humanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person
1. Red Rooms

Bill’s List:

5. The Old Oak
4. Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World
3. Monster
2. Red Rooms
1. The Zone of Interest

Melissa’s List:

5. Green Border
4. Red Rooms
3. The Old Oak
2. I Used to Be Funny
1. Robot Dreams

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After the Credits Episode 308: Stealing Bill’s Thunder

While it starts off with some consensus, this week’s episode of the show soon devolves into heated and sometimes contentious discussions but it’s all good – in the end all discussions are good discussions.

Listen in as Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, Twitter, Website), Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdTwitter), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, Twitter), and Marina Antunes (Letterboxd, Instagram) take on the rating bodies and argue about how good the new TMNT is.

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After the Credits Episode 307: Not Far Enough

So as it turns out, the true saviour of the box office wasn’t a three-hour odyssey exploring the rise and fall of a genius and the devastation he brought upon the world but instead, a shades-of-pink-and-neon movie featuring the most famous doll in the world.

Steve Stebbing (Letterboxd, Twitter, Website), Melissa McDowell (LetterboxdTwitter), Bill Harris (Letterboxd, Twitter), and Marina (Letterboxd, Instagram) dive deep into the two big releases of the month along with a batch of other recent releases.

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