The Fear of God: The Vanishing (1988)

16 Nov

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss George Sluizer’s The Vanishing.

The Fear of God: Suspiria(s)

14 Nov

In this bonus episode, Reed and Nathan discuss the differences between the 1977 and 2018 Suspiria.

On the Agenda, by Tyler Smith

10 Nov

Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell will be released in December and many people are questioning the timing, not only of its release, but of its general making. The story – about an ordinary man railroaded by the press into becoming a national joke – doesn’t exactly portray the mainstream media in the best light. With President Trump, and Republicans in general, regularly condemning the media as biased and craven, some have criticized Eastwood’s decision to make a film that would appear to give credence to that claim. They accuse the conservative Eastwood of making and releasing this film with a political agenda. 


The Fear of God: Goodnight, Mommy

5 Nov

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss the foreign horror film Goodnight Mommy.

Imaginary Fiend, by Bob Connally

4 Nov

After directing low-budget comedies in New Zealand such as What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Taika Waititi was given the keys to the Marvel kingdom with Thor: Ragnarok, which turned out to be one of the best loved movies in the MCU and one of the funnier comedies of the last few years. Clearly not interested in playing it safe between big budget Marvel films (Waititi is currently writing Thor: Love and Thunder), he decided his next film would be a comedy set in Nazi Germany about a 10-year old boy whose imaginary friend is Adolf Hitler, just as one would have expected.


The Fear of God: Universal Monsters

3 Nov

Reed’s son reviews the Universal monsters movies.

The Fear of God: The Omen (1976)

31 Oct

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss Richard Donner’s The Omen, starring Gregory Peck.

The Nightmare

30 Oct

In this 2015 episode, Tyler and Reed discuss Rodney Ascher’s The Nightmare.

Trite and True, by Barnabas Prontnicki

29 Oct

While Harriet serves as a great starting point from which to learn a part of American history, it does little to entertain or provoke.

Harriet tells the story of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and her subsequent missions to free other slaves south of the Mason-Dixon line. There are some strong performances from the likes of Cynthia Erivo, Janelle Monae, and even country music star Jennifer Nettles shows off her acting chops. While a decent movie, you may want to spend your time watching other films this award season.



29 Oct

In this 2018 episode, Tyler and Reed discuss Alex Garland’s Annihilation.