Film holing with Trevor and Raul.
The Green Knight
A fresh take on the Arthurian legend, David Lowery's "The Green Knight" is welcome addition to the low saturation, realism-centered historical films of late. Trevor, Raul, and frequent contributor Justin take a shot at deconstructing this medieval morality tale. It might even be a child-friendly Christmas movie. Find out on this week's... Film Hole.
Violence, witchcraft, and barking. See why the Northman has Trevor and Raul howling in this week's Film Hole.
A hyper violent lampoon of war and nationalism, this bug infested romp is packed with cool action and wacky politics. With their complete ignorance of civics on display, Trevor and Raul discuss topics as varied as gender, space bugs, politics, telepathy, and 9/11 in this week's... Film Hole.
The Matrix: Resurrections
What is the Matrix? Was this movie an intentional sabotage? Is Keanu no longer capable of doing stunts? Is this movie bad? All of this and more will be addressed in this week's Film Hole
Black Shampoo & Black Dynamite
This week, Trevor and Raul dip their toes into the 1970's Blaxploitation subgenre with a double feature, Black Shampoo and Black Dynamite. Gratuitous sex scenes, Funk soundtrack, technical audio issues, it's all there. Come check it out in this week's... Filmhole.
This week, the hosts present, yet again, another surreal/psychedelic/acid Western. From the mind of countercultural auteur, Jim Jarmusch, whose films Wikipedia describes as "lacking clear plot progression"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jarmusch#Style (), comes Dead Man. A movie so enigmatic I'm having a hard time coming up with the show notes, join Trevor and Raul as they try to stay on topic, on this weeks... Film Hole.