The show started with revisiting all of David Fincher's directorial works but we just had to keep going. Listen week by week, film by flim, as we review every movie from our favorite directors.
House of Brooks - 43 - Young Frankenstein
It's pronounced Young Frankenstein!
This week we tackle the other Mel Brooks 1974 classic. John and Tristan share nostalgic memories of the black and white gem as well as a lot of behind-the-scenes information.
Where did you first see this film?
House of Brooks - 42 - Blazing Saddles
Our Godfather review is coming in two weeks! But in the meantime, we're talking about two movies from 1974 directed by Mel Brooks. First, Blazing Saddles. John has it memorized and Tristan has never seen it before.
We beg you to listen and find out what happens.
House of Cameron - 41 - Avatar
In Houselights final entry into their journey of James Cameron films, they take a deep and honest dive into the highest grossing film of all time: Avatar.
It has become fashionable lately (just like Titanic) to disregard the film's accomplishments but how do you guys feel? Always loved, never liked, grown to love or hate?
House of Cameron - 40 - Titanic
James Cameron's "Titanic" broke records as well as our hearts.
It's hard to find someone who hasn't seen this gargantuan blockbuster that went way over time and budget. This week, the Houselights crew dives deep to figure out what holds up and what doesn't.
What do you think of this film 24 years later?
House of Cameron - 39 - True Lies
The action-comedy "True Lies" is up next for Houselights.
This was a departure for James Cameron and the last collaboration he had with Schwarzenegger but it turned out to be fruitful.
We live in a different world than when this was released, does it hold up? Listen to hear our take.
House of Cameron - 38 - Terminator 2
Judgement Day is here!
Houselights explore James Cameron's "Terminator 2."
Does the film hold up or do just the effects get past the apocalypse?
A deep dive into each and every film of our favorite directors
What started as the House of Fincher, now retitled Houselights, the podcast is a film by film analysis of our favorite directors. For the first set, the crew studied David Fincher starting with his music videos, all the way through to his TV series. For me, it was a great excuse to revisit these films and listen to opinion and analysis about each. Second is the films of Nolan, a director I personally don’t enjoy as much so it’ll be interesting to see what the discussions bring. I hope this series continues to other directors, well done!
Fincher is one of the greatest filmmakers working right now. The hosts give a lot of great insights to his work. Cool concept for a podcast.
David Fincher is one of the best directors out there and this podcast comes up to that level with great commentary, insight and reviews of his filmography