This week it's another listener request, and what a great one it is, The Handmaiden from Chan-wook Park. It's rare to run across a near perfect film and yet we have now had two in a row. In addition to discussing The Handmaiden, we give our thoughts on two legendary icons that we lost this last week, Jerry Lewis and Dick Gregory. All of this plus new release news and a rundown of some of the films we watched this last week.
This week Garvis and Brett delve into one of the best reviewed films of the first half of 2017, the racially tinged horror film Get Out. There's also talk about new releases and the films we've watched over the last week as well as the irony of picking a film that deals with race in the week after Charlottesville.
We're back after a week off with our look at the WWII drama Fury starring Brad Pitt. Brett talks about the films he's seen since last time, we pay our respects to Glen Campbell an artist who was part of the soundtrack of our childhood, and we cover two weeks worth of new release news while I remain shocked that people are still going to see The Emoji Movie. It's everything you've come to expect from the fine folks at Cinema Toast Crunch.
Sorry for the delay with this episode, but technical issues arose while trying to upload it. This week it's a four person look at Goodnight Mommy as Garvis3 and Kayla step back behind the mic. Well provided that we can keep Kayla from playing Animal Crossing all night long instead. In addition we have new release news and a look at some of the movies we've all watched over the past week.