In this episode – a burned out Santa takes violent action to fend off a group of robbers and protect the family of a home he is visiting, and a daughter remembers a defining coming-of-age summer vacation that she took with her father when she was 11 years old.
In this episode – an animated family adventure into an odd unexplored land with story themes of dealing with fatherhood and legacy, and a new murder mystery for ace detective Benoit Blanc to solve while partying on a private island with a group of successful Gen-Z friends.
Smile is the psychological horror feature film directorial debut from director/writer Parker Finn. In this conversation, he talks about what it’s like having a $200 million plus box office smash, his inspiration for the story, his love of practical effects, and much more.
In this episode – a satirical dark comedy experience with fine dining, the true story of the first African-American U.S. Navy aviator and his heroism during the Korean War, and a dramatization of the reporting work by Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor of the New York Times that brought decades of sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein into the light.
In this episode – the life and career of one MLB’s greatest players, a beautifully animated directorial debut that tackles mental health through a ghost story, and the long-awaited sequel to one of Marvel’s biggest blockbusters ever that takes us back to Wakanda and introduces us to the undersea kingdom of Talokan.
In this episode – two strangers document themselves exploring and experimenting with mysterious supernatural phenomena in an apartment which leads them on an increasingly strange dramatic journey, and the incredible heartfelt and inspirational story of NASA robot geologist Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity is told.
In this episode – a young teenage girl makes a pact with demons in beautifully macabre stop-motion animation and the sons of Superman and Batman meet, clash, and ultimately come together to help save the world from an alien threat in stylish cel-shaded CG animation.
Wendell & Wild – 0:31
Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons – 10:26
In this episode – a brilliantly acted character study about the slow unraveling of an elite classical music conductor and one of Hollywood’s biggest movie stars playing the comic book character of his dreams which pits antihero vs. heroes amidst a battle to stave off world destruction.
Erynne Hundley is back as a contributor to Feelin’ Film, joining Aaron White weekly to discuss each episode of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power from the perspective of two casual super-fans who are far from scholars but love being immersed in the world of Middle-earth. This week we wrap our coverage of this first season by discussing the penultimate and finale episodes. Much is revealed as we build to our first look at some of the titular rings of power.
* Note – we do discuss Tolkien lore and how storylines could potentially play out in the show *
In this episode – fellow Seattle film critic Taylor Baker from Drink in the Movies joins the show to discuss two 2022 Cannes Film Festival award winners, one of which is a black comedy satire of the rich and the other a romantic mystery centered around a police officer and a widow who may or may not have murdered her husband.