Showing posts from April, 2015

FWOAC 113: Lost River | Films of Summer 2015

FWOAC swims deep in Lost River. Kicking things off Jacob and Pat breakdown their most anticipated films of summer 2015 and later close the show talking about the grand summer plans for the podcast.

FWOAC Summer School 2015

In an effort to keep our brains from rotting away from all the cinema candy they'll feast on over the summer season, the FWOAC boys fashioned some counter programming. Below is the syllabus for our FWOAC Summer School 2015 featuring some of the landmark films of the 1950s-60s French New Wave. In case you care to follow along, below is the show-by-show breakdown of each class.

FWOAC 114: Lola (1961)
Director: Jacques Demy
Streaming: Hulu Plus
Description from the Criterion Collection:
Jacques Demy’s crystalline debut gave birth to the fictional universe in which so many of his characters would live, play, and love. It’s among his most profoundly felt films, a tale of crisscrossing lives in Nantes (Demy’s hometown) that floats on waves of longing and desire. Heading the film’s ensemble is the enchanting Anouk Aimée as the title character, a cabaret chanteuse who’s awaiting the return of a long-lost lover and unwilling to entertain the adoration of another love-struck soul, the wanderer…

FWOAC 112: Furious Seven | Marvel's Daredevil

FWOAC races across the globe to review Furious Seven. Kicking things off we discuss iconic movie cars, and closing things out we review Marvel's first foray into its four netflix properties Daredevil.