There were hundreds of films to consider, so rather than leave it all up to just a couple of people on Cinemaholics, we opened this list up to contributors from around the globe. Below is our Top 20 Films as decided by 24 Cinemaholics contributors, each with their own respective
Special guest Matt Serafini is on the show this week to help us review Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Sony’s animated web-slinging, dimension-shattering superhero blockbuster now hitting theaters. We also find some time to talk about Mortal Engines, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 2, Once Upon a Deadpool, and some early spoiler-free thoughts on Aquaman.Continue reading Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review – Cinemaholics #95
With so many films coming out right now, Will Ashton and I decided to do a “mini review marathon” in lieu of a normal episode of the show. In addition to our discussions on Mowgli, Roma, Creed II, and The Favourite, we also review Vox Lux, Shrek Retold, Anna and the Apocalypse, and more.
Another year of film is about to pass, so I did something a bit different to mark the occasion. You’ve probably seen a few tributes like the one shown above, but hopefully you’ll find that this one is a bit more thematic than others. Each song choice, scene, and even some edits plays into a larger theme of what 2018 meant to me as a filmgoer. Also, I purposefully chose 162 films to highlight, which obviously includes movies I haven’t even seen yet, as well as films I didn’t even particularly like. But I know many of you watching did, and I want to celebrate the universal appeal of cinema for everyone. Not just me.
The “Winter Movie Season” is truly unique. On the one hand, it’s a dumping ground for Oscar season contenders and arthouse favorites hitting limited release, then a wider release in January in lead up for the big event. But it’s also packed with major holiday blockbusters and family films to warm up to during the holidays. The horror afterthoughts start in January, then get a bit better in February. Well, to break down all these upcoming films and what we’re most looking forward to, I sit down with Will Ashton and Maveryke Hines for our seasonal movie preview.
Ralph Breaks the Internet (or just Wreck-It Ralph 2) is smashing its way through box office records, but is it true that Ralph breaks hearts, as well? Will Ashton and Maveryke Hines are on Cinemaholics with me this week to review the film, along with Green Book, Robin Hood, The Christmas Chronicles, and Cam.
Next week: We’re thinking of doing our annual Winter Movie Preview episode, covering some of our most anticipated films releasing between December and February. Let us know in the comments or become a patron to vote in our weekly Patreon poll.
Special guest Tyler Carlin of the Bacon and Eggs podcast joins Cinemaholics this week to help us review Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the latest “Wizarding World” film based on the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling. Will Ashton is also on the show this week as we discuss The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Instant Family, Can You Ever Forgive Me, Burning, and more.