In which our heroes tease an obligatory half-hour Mockingjay Part One episode out of perhaps 18 minutes of content, feeling not unlike the movie they are describing.
In which the sound effects of Interstellar are discussed; and the emotional effects of Big Hero 6.
Dust. Wind. Dude. Nolan likes to present his deep thought, high concept material in the simplest way possible. Why? Is he talking down to us or is there some other reason for it? And is that ok? Forget quantum mechanics, string theory, global disaster and baseball in space, we want to know two things: why does Nolan treat us like children at times and will Coop ever get a chance to copulate with his daughter? Also, Maaaatt Dammun.
As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!
In which Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler connects in weird and unsettling ways to a lot of contemporary questions we have about media figures, power dynamics, and the scary place that exists on the other side of shame.
Just one of those throw-it-at-the-wall episodes of Mamo that expands in concentric circles till we’re talking about mental health, games, art forms, and narrative itself, along with the proper pronunciation of “Babadook.” See if it sticks!
With the Ghostbusters III news and the release of Yo, Dracula!, Team Mamo has a look at the major studios’ race to construct their own Marvel-style megafranchises – with widely varying odds of success.
It’s finally time to close up the summer box office contest for 2014! Congratulations to our winner, Philip Poirot, for pantsing the rest of us on one of the hardest-to-call summers we’ve ever seen. We recap what happened from the back of a speeding car.
As moviegoing continues to die and digital content takes over, we look at how Fox’s Gotham is getting it wrong, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (may be) getting it right, and Netflix is getting us all headed towards the future with its Crouching Tiger 2 deal. Plus, the velvet funnel.
The Horror! The Horror! Our intrepid horrornaut Matt Price returns from his year-long mission into scary movies with news to report about everything from Oculus to Martyrs.