Parental and relationship issues are abound in this episode where we cover Darren Aronofsky’s latest horror mind trip, mother! We take it down a notch with the great Australian romantic comedy, Ali’s Wedding. Four women descend on New Orleans for raucous fun in the hilarious comedy Girls Trip. We lean in hard on the spoilers with Trey Edward Shults controversial It Comes at Night. And ...[Read More]
In what is our last episode where we rundown of films from 2016, we also get hot and sweaty in 40 (hawt) degree temperatures to bring this episode recorded on Invasion Day (aka Australia Day). We start out with John Carney’s latest musical Sing Street (there are slight spoilers in this discussion, but honestly, this is a film that knowing what happens doesn’t matter). Sticking in the U...[Read More]
Picture this: Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Evan Goldberg sit around a house, smoking weed. They have some food, at which point, Rogen pipes up – heh heh, imagine if this sausage was like Woody in Toy Story and was really alive.
Explicit Content It’s finally here. Ghostbusters. The film that caused a million virgins to cry into the void gets a look in. Put down your pitchforks. Andrew watched the latest Star Trek film – this time taking the idea of trekking into… well… beyond with Star Trek Beyond. The pun-tastic documentary on disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner gets sizzled to size in Weiner. An...[Read More]
In an attempt to write better Podcast episode summaries, I’ve decided to give a little bit more of a run down of what happens in each episode. I have no idea if people even read these things or not. Do you? I do sometimes. Most of the time I just hit play on the podcast and go right ahead into the audio glory that awaits. Is this episode further audio glory for the AB Film Review podcast? I ...[Read More]