Movies new and old, industry news, and the battle between Chicago Deep Dish and NY Style pizza.
Daniel Craig's swan song premiered after getting delayed for almost two years! How did the blonde Bond saga wrap up? We welcome two long time Bond fans to share a slice and join the conversation. What did you think of the movie? Tag @OurSliceonFilm and #NoSlicetoDie
In between blockbusters, we decide to find a hidden gem on Netflix and came across this movie starring Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim, Toni Collette, and Shamier Anderson. We chat about space movies, willing suspension of disbelief, the trolley problem, and Pizza!
Warner Bros. took a chance on a Space Jam movie this year, and it is causing quite a stir among the critics. Does it hold up compared to the original? Where is MJ? Why is Zendaya here? We chat all things Looney and Toony in this weeks episode.
The long awaited sequel to John Krasinski's 2018 horror film is here, and it may or may not have saved the theatres. Brian covers his first horror movie, Micheal has complaints, and Jolene joins again to talk deafness, sequels, trilogies, monsters, costumes, and pizza!
This movie has been in theatres and on HBOMax for a few weeks, so we sat down to watch this new release. We talk about cinematic fires, Ben Mendelsohn, mystery thrillers, and how invincible some of these characters are. Have you watched? Tweet us @OurSliceonFilm and let us know what you thought!
Did you hear? Kong and Sub-Zero saved the box-office with some bloody fatalities! This week, Micheal and filmmaker Dalton break down this new R-rated movie, franchises for fans, and new projects from his team, Bedrock Productions.
The 93rd Annual Academy Awards was... something. The guys break down that big WTF moment and talk through the results of the night we've been waiting for! Plus, we get a sneak peek of next week's episode when the realization hits that it's almost been a full year of OSOF!
With the Oscar's this weekend, we took the time to watch one of the last nominees for Best Picture (sorry Anthony Hopkins). This movie has some heavy topics that we break down and Brian fights Micheal's definition of "horror". We also talk about our predictions for the Academy Awards this Sunday!
Step up to the plate for a slice of pizza with Double the Deal this week. Baseball season is back in swing, so Brian's dad Doug hopped back on the pod to chat about the 1988 baseball movie Bull Durham with Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Robbins.
Hear the great story behind why we're watching this cult horror/monster/desert classic ahead of next week's kaiju smackdown when we bring back two of our favorite guests to blend science with fiction! PLUS: Find out which one of us is only a few degrees away from Bacon himself! Donate to the Trevor Project: give.thetrevorproject.org/OurSliceOnFilm
Happy Birthday Brian! Here's a movie that you picked just for the occasion. Who better else to spend your birthday slice with than Ryan Gosling and Steve Carrell? Even ten years later! Plus, Micheal has the Razzie Nominations and we're still raising money for the Trevor Project! give.thetrevorproject.org/oursliceonfilm
This week we debate who is the worst person in this movie, Peter Dinklage or Rosamund Pike? Add this to the list of movies you love to hate! Also, we chat about the Golden Globes like it's a zoom class gone wrong! This month we're raising money for the Trevor Project! Go to give.thetrevorproject.org/OurSliceOnFilm to help out! I Care a Lot Review at 0:00 Golden Globes Reactions at 34:00
Awards season is here! The Hollywood Foreign Press and the Screen Actors Guild announced the nominations for their respective awards last week, so we looked back on some of the best films of the year and look at the race ahead. Why did they do Delroy so dirty?
Pixar was one of the only studios with a major holiday release and it scored big. Disney+ had the biggest increase in app downloads over the holiday week, up against HBOMax. We're ready to slice this film up and serve it hot. Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, and existential questions about life and death ... what could be better for the family? What's your favorite Pixar movie? Tweet us @OurSliceonFilm
We had no choice but to invite Brian's better half, Kimberly, on to the podcast this week. We recorded this four days before their wedding, and they got to pick this week's movie. Micheal's mission, should he choose to accept it: poke some holes in their favorite movie.
Among other things, this episode marks our second R-Pat flick in three weeks and the only one so far that featured the corpse of a family pet, so Oscars Season: Quarantine Edition is going great. We chat star power, narration, and acting on your faith.
Charlie Kaufman's new Netflix movie got us thinking about death and stuff. In our second "time works weirdly" movie in as many weeks, we try to make sense of Jessie Buckley's snowy drive to meet Jesse Plemons' parents. Wait, is that what happened?
After being delayed several times, Christopher Nolan's new movie Tenet premiered in theaters near us! We talk about the long delay, the anticipation, the movie going experience, and the big pay-off. We get deep into the movie AFTER a spoiler warning, and if you're still waiting to see it for yourself, check out Deep Dish #3 where we talk about the trailers and behind the scenes footage that was released!
Since we last got together, Christopher Nolan has recieved some praise for TENET (where theaters are open) and the trailer for THE BATMAN with R-Pat dropped. This week we talk about that great TENET behind the scenes feature and the dynamism of the newest Bruce Wayne.