The OFFICIAL podcast of Film Threat!
Hellraiser, Werewolf by Night + More
Reviews of the new Hellraiser, Marvel's Werewolf by Night plus new TV episodes of Andor and House of the Dragon. Interviews with Paul Schuyler, the director of Red River Road, and filmmaker Paul Tomborello's project Shark Trap. Hilarity ensues.
Bros and Smile + more
Reviews of new movies in theaters including the romantic comedy Bros and horror film Smile, plus coverage of TV shows including Andor episode 4 and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power episode 6. Hilarity ensues as Alan rants!
Hocus Pocus 2, Avatar, She-Hulk Re-review, Quantum Leap
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is re-reviewed, Rob Zombie's The Munsters, Quantum Leap, Hocus Pocus 2, House of the Dragon, episode 6 and more. Plus an interview with Warren Pereira, the director of Tiger 24. Hilarity ensues as Gore rants!
Andor, Quantum Leap, Moonage Daydream, Confess, Fletch and more
Reviews of the new Quantum Leap, the David Bowie documentary Moonage Daydream, Sam Rockwell in See How They Run and more discussion of the Star Wars Disney+ series Andor. Plus an interview with Greg Mottola, the director of Confess, Fletch.
Star Wars Andor Early Reaction
The new Star Wars Disney+ series Andor (episode 1-4) is discussed plus reviews of Clerks III, Pearl and The Woman King. And Fantastic Fungi director Louis Schwartzberg chats about his new documentary Gratitude Revealed. Plus Alan goes wild!
House of the Dragon episode 4 + Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva
House of the Dragon episode 4 is discussed plus reviews of Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva and Ana de Armas plays Marilyn Monroe in Blonde. Plus Alan Ng's final report from D23!
Could be great
Chris, let me start off by saying that I love what you’re doing with Film Threat and I have been a big fan ever since running into your Film Courage videos. I love having a critic out there, doing this work, that not only loves pop culture but also has deep knowledge of show business. Which is why I desperately want to love this podcast, but it’s really hard to sometimes. First, the way you’re doing superchats leads to a stilted, tangential, and non-cohesive “conversation”. I really want to hear your thoughts on Obi-Wan but it feels like as soon as you get any momentum going in that direction you interrupt things to read 20 superchats, most of which have nothing to do with the topic. What about having a dedicated section of time for superchat and Q&A instead of interspersing it randomly throughout the episode? Also, as much as I love your brain and the points your making, please be mindful of running over others on the episode with you. The interruptions/talking over the other contributors to the conversation isn’t a great look for you. Again, love what you’re doing and as is this podcast is more good than bad. But I believe it could be truly great with just a little more polish.
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