End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday August 5, 2020

This week on End Credits, we’re going to enjoy a taste of summer as usual, still watching movies at home, but watching movies that best suit a summer’s day at the multiplex. On this episode, we’re going to review The Old Guard, which is the Netflix version of a summer blockbuster, and before that, we’re going to look at all the potential blockbusters Spielberg never made. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday August 5, 2020”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday July 29, 2020

This week on End Credits, we’re all about the Colour. It’s not real, but it is spectacular, and it’s the basis for this week’s review, Colour Out of Space, which is now streaming on Netflix. Before that though, we will finish off our ultimate ranking of Spielberg film, and there may be some discussion about a tough weekend for loses in the film industry. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday July 29, 2020”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday July 15, 2020

This week on End Credits we enter a realm of the mysterious and the unknowable where only the stars have the answer you seek. If you think that’s over-the-top wait until you see the subject of this week’s review, which is entitled Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado. We’ll have that, and we’ll also kick-off our latest listicle series featuring a very famous “Steven.” Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday July 15, 2020”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 4, 2020

This week on End Credits get ready for a live-affirming, bittersweet journey into art and romance with the acclaimed French film Portrait of a Lady on Fire. In the news, we’ll talk about good old American franchises: What happens to Disney with a new boss? What happens to Indiana Jones without Spielberg? And what’s going on with Lizzie Maguire and iPhones? Read on! Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 4, 2020”

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 MarvelĀ 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 April 4, 2018

This week on End Credits it’s all Spielberg, all the time! At least for the one hour our show’s on the air. We’re reviewing the latest film from Steven Spielberg, Ready Player One, which exists in no small part because of the work of one, Steven Spielberg. So to cue up this week’s review, we will look at the very lengthy, and very accomplished filmography of Spielberg, and try and find not just the big gold nuggets, but some smaller gold nuggets that are just as good. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday April 4, 2018”

End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 28, 2018

This week on End Credits, we deal with the culture clash, and not just one culture clash, but many culture clashes. We got Hollywood wanting Chinese cash clashing with China wanting to keep their own cash. We’ve got a very famous director clashing with the changing face of the movie business. And we’ve got time clashing with the fact we’re getting older. Most importantly, our movie of the week might be clashing with itself, not to mention the dreaded “A” word considering our woke time when we talk about culture. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday March 28, 2018”

End Credits Show Notes for Thursday January 18, 2018

This week on End Credits, things get real. Unlike last week’s jaunt into the realm of magic policing and getting small to save the world, we’ve got real life problems to talk about. Specifically, we have to get back to the latest, constantly shifting news about the social movement of our times as new allegations are revealed, and the blowback has begun in earnest. And then, we’ll tie that in with this week’s movie, which is about events almost 50 years ago, but still feel oddly timely. Continue reading “End Credits Show Notes for Thursday January 18, 2018”

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