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”
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”
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”
This week on End Credits, we work our way towards the end of the year by talking about one of the year’s best films. (At least according to some critics.) We’ll turn on Netflix again to watch Alfonso Cuarón’s new film, Roma, an entry that will likely be discussed very often with Oscar season coming. Of course, the Oscars, and their lack of host, are still top of mind. We’ll talk about that, film preservation, and women in film before the review. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday December 19, 2018”
This edition of End Credits will be filled with the spirit of Christmas. We’re reviewing what might be the new holiday classic, Netflix’s The Christmas Chronicles, but in the news, it’s the slings and arrows of awards season that has us concerned. We’ll talk about the Golden Globe nominations, and the quick tenure of a new Oscar host. We’ll also mark a notable anniversary, and why remakes are not necessarily Child’s Play. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday December 12, 2018”
This week on End Credits, we’re dressed to kill! We’ll, we’re actually dressed to watch Jennifer Garner kill, and kill she does in Peppermint, a new vengeance-fueled thrill ride from the guy that made Taken. Speaking of payback, we’ll also talk about the return of a supposedly washed up sitcom star, no more popular Oscar, and toxic fandom. We’ll also talk about a captain we’re all eager to salute!
Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday September 12, 2018”
It may not be safe to go back into the water on this week’s End Credits… Yup, we’re reviewing the new giant killer shark movie The Meg, which may or may not be the perfect late summer movie. We’ll also tackle some of the pressing pop culture news of the week, including award show controversies, a new spy (maybe), an old classic has a birthday, and what you might be watching after midnight this September at TIFF. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday August 15, 2018”