End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 20, 2019

This week on End Credits, we court controversy. We dig into arguably the most controversial pick for Best Picture in the last 20 years, and ask if it might be too much to expect a road move to solve racism. Yup, we’re reviewing Green Book, and we’re talking about the last days of a movie studio, another Simpsons squabble, the trailer for *that* Disney movie, and whether or not it’s okay to be okay. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 20, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 13, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’ll call up AltaVista on AOL and download a Quicktime over dial up for directions to the mall to get a few grunge CDs… If this 90s overload isn’t an indication, we’ll come right out and say we’re reviewing Captain Marvel this week. We’re also going to engage in the ongoing debate about cinema vs streaming, and do a little video store nostalgia before talking about superhero movies, the ones coming out soon, and the ones that are not. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 13, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 6, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’re kicking it old school! Quite nearly as old school as Hollywood gets as we’re reviewing the Laurel and Hardy bio-pic Stan & Ollie. Before that though, there’s some disturbing stuff we have to get through, more #MeToo fallout, and more drama from online trolls. On the lighter side though, we’ll talk about matters of removing symbolic rats, and movies based on actual non-action toys. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 6, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 27, 2019

This week on End Credits, we’re going to fight that Oscars hangover to talk about who won what, and what we think about it. We’ll dedicated some time to our Oscars recap, and then we’ll move on to the aftermath, and what impact streaming services will have on awards season in the future. We’ll also talk about the best movie scores according to Pitchfork, and we’ll wrap up with a review of a rare non-Avatar related James Cameron project. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 27, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 20, 2019

After a short break for Black History Month programming, End Credits returns this week with the biggest scandal of our times: why is the Academy making changes to the Oscars ceremony that sucks? Yes, this week. we’re all about the 91st annual Academy Awards in the top half of the show, and for the second half we’re going to talk about time loops and psycho killers who party like it’s your birthday!  Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 20, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 6, 2019

It’s another week on End Credits, your friendly neighbourhood film criticism show that’s happy and not pretentious at all. Speaking of pretentious, we get into the snooty art world of Velvet Buzzsaw this week. We also get into the mind of a Hollywood master of transformation, and we get into the minds of the people running the DC movie universe. We also talk about the world of streaming, and whether Netflix is evil, or at least Canadian evil. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday February 6, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday January 30, 2019

This week on End Credits, we accept our destiny to become the greatest movie show on community radio in Guelph! No mean feat to be sure. We’ll pull the sword from the stone and review the Arthurian-themed The Kid Who Would Be King. We’ll also talk about an award-filled week in the news including Oscars, Razzies, and Chainsaws, and some rather disgusting developments in terms of one of Hollywood’s top talents.  Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday January 30, 2019”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday January 23, 2019

This week on End Credits, we get back to our regularly schedule program. Our new movie review is the hotly anticipated superhero movie that doesn’t come from a previously established extended universe. Meanwhile, in the news, an extended universe makes a comeback, we have two docs about the same topic, some film rating news, and we discuss the ying-yang career of the director of this week’s review subject, Glass.
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