Saturday, September 20, 2014
With the Toronto Film festival just ending and the Vancouver Film Festival one week away, Mike and Sean celebrate the Great White North with a pair of the most-acclaimed Canadian films of all-time, David Cronenberg's 1983 mind-bender Videodrome and Michael Snow's experimental classic Wavelength, from 1967. Along they way, they preview VIFF 2014, make their picks for Essential Canadian Film and celebrate the life and work of the Greatest Canadian, Rick Moranis.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
On this very special episode, Sean and Mike make their third annual Top Ten Films of All-Time selections. Hitchcock, Hawks, Hong and much much more!
Sean's 2012 Top Ten
Mike's 2012 Top Ten
The 2013 Top Ten Episode
A List of George Sanders Show Top Ten Films
Monday, September 1, 2014
For this year's Labor Day episode, Mike and Sean take a look at a pair of movie about the organization and collective action of workers, Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 debut feature <i>Strike</i> and John Sayles's acclaimed 1987 film <i>Matewan</i>. They also pick their Cinemassential Films About Work, celebrate the career of the hard-working filmmaker Werner Herzog, rail against the travesty that is aspect-ratio cropping and discuss the latest essay from Professor David Bordwell.