The official podcast of FilmPulse.Net, bringing you the latest indie film reviews and festival coverage.
This week, Adam and Kevin get weird with a review of the creepy psychological horror film Honeydew. Other titles discussed include Slaxx, Hail, and The Power.
0:00 - Intro
1:03 - Honeydew review
17:18 - Watch list
28:33 - New releases
33:34 - Honeydew spoilers
Godzilla vs. Kong
This week, Adam and Kevin get in on the kaiju action with a review of Godzilla vs. Kong. Some other titles discussed include Touki Bouki, The Empty Man, and Gaia.
0:00 - Intro
0:48 - Godzilla vs. Kong review
25:44 - Watch list
39:20 - New releases
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the dark revenge thriller Violation, streaming now on Shudder. Other titles discussed include Spine of Night, I Care A Lot, Jakob's Wife, Another Round, Sound of Violence, Zack Snyder's Justice League, and Bad Trip.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the indie sci-fi thriller Come True.
Coming 2 America
This week, on our 400th episode(!), Adam and Kevin take a look at the much anticipated sequel, Coming 2 America, streaming now on Amazon Prime. Other titles discussed include Nomadland, Judas and the Black Messiah, A Ghost Waits, Monster Hunter, Wrong Turn, and Lucky.
This week, Adam and Kevin wrap up their experience at Slamdance 2021 with reviews of A Black Rift Begins to Yawn, Taipei Suicide Story, and The Sleeping Negro. Other titles discussed include Tom & Jerry, Rumi and His Roses, Opera, A Family That Steals Dogs, Trammel, Shook, and Why Don't You Just Die!.
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I loved Ryan's interpretation of Peter Pan 2003! First podcast I heard from you guys :)
It’s a little boring and tedious. Although they cover less conventional film fare, their opinions are seldom revelatory. Not to mention that they are an obvious ripoff of Film Junk, which I’m also not a fan.
Really not a fan of the blatant film junk ripping off here
Everything from the logo to the intro music and the entire structure of the show is ripped from film junk. I understand being a fan and taking inspiration but this is just blatant copy cat. I’m sure there are other ways to go about making a film discussion podcast without stealing the whole vibe and aesthetic of another.