This week on
, we’ll be talking about race in films, depictions of slavery, how white filmmakers approach slavery, The Collision Quentin Tarantino‘s , the film’s heavy use of the n-word, and much more. It’s a heavy topic to close out the new year, but it’s a great discussion with our special guest, Django Unchained Atlanta Film Festival Artistic Director, Charles Judson ( @CharlesJudson)
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The Horse Soldiers
David Sandberg's over-the-top homage features Arcade-robots, ninjas, vikings, hitler and The Hoff.
Key and Peele play friends who decide to pose as gangsters in order to retrieve their stolen cat.
Say ‘goodbye’ to Cameron Crowe’s latest film and possibly his career.
It’s not “The Rock vs. The Earthquake”; It’s “Dwayne Johnson and an Earthquake”, and that’s good enough despite a selfish “hero”.
We've not only lost an icon, but an entire artform is in danger of becoming extinct.
Plus his thoughts on High School movies, his first cut, and doing the film independently.
Big bullets, big explosions and ... Ted.
Things might be getting significantly more violent in the eighth installment of the immensely popular franchise.
Plus he talks about his first TV crush, his hidden talents, the worst job he’s ever had, and more.
"United States government just asked us to save the world. Anybody wanna say no?" Based on what typically goes down in natural disaster movies, you probably should.