Welcome to The Green Screen of Death. Our football clubs qualified for Champions League next year! Go Liverpool and Manchester United! Stay tuned next week when we will post our 24hr movie marathon episode.
Continue reading “70 – Alien: Covenant, King Arthur, and Risk”
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! Format below
0:00 – Intro
6:10 – The Rant – Where we rant about anything movie-related
9:10 – Review – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
18:50 – Review – The Circle
26:45 – Review – Colossal
33:25 – Movie Club disussion – Another Year (Next selection: 20th Century Women)
47:30 – Lightning Round reviews: Small Crimes, Dear White People (Netflix) , Maudie, Cameraperson (Criterion Blu-Ray), Casting JonBenet, The Friends of Eddie Coyle, Take Me
1:02:40 – Upcoming films and closure
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! Thank you for checking us out. It’s been a thin couple of weeks at the movies. Studios are afraid to open against The Fate of the Furious. Next, they will be too scared to open anything against Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Format for this episode below.
0:00 – Intro and non-movie talk
9:00 – The Rant – Where we rant about anything movie-related
12:30 – Review – Fate of the Furious
22:45 – Review – Gifted
31:45 – Review – The Lost City of Z
40:00 – Movie Club Discussion – Tower (Next selection: Another Year)
51:10 – Lightning Round reviews: The Devil’s Candy, Sneakerheadz, Win It All, Louis C.K. 2017, Kevin Hart: What Now?, Fargo S3, Phoenix Forgotten, Unforgettable, The Graduate (4K Remaster)
1:02:15 – Upcoming films and closure
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death!
0:00 – Intro (Radiohead, hockey, baseball, etc)
11:25 – The Rant – Where we talk about anything movie-related
16:20 – Review: Ghost in the Shell
24:05 – Review: Trainspotting 2
34:00 – Review: Your Name
43:15 – Movie Club: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Next choice: Tower – April 23)
56:30 – Lightning Round reviews: Prevenge, Beauty and the Beast (Cinerama), Before Sunrise (Criterion Blu-Ray) The Discovery, Fury Road B/W, The Glamour and the Squalor, Going in Style, The Boss Baby, 13 Reasons Why
1:06:15 – Upcoming films and closure
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! Thank you for checking us out. Some have accused us of sharing the same opinion too often, this episode is for you! We couldn’t be further apart during our main reviews. Format below!
Continue reading “66 – Beauty and the Beast, Power Rangers, and Life”
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! This episode is a little light because there is a lack of quality movies out there!! Never fear, we found some movies to review.
Continue reading “65 – Logan, Kong Skull Island, and Kedi”
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! In this episode we review: Get Out, A Cure For Wellness, and I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore. Hope you stick with us!
Continue reading “64 – Get Out, A Cure For Wellness, I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore”
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! The people have spoken and we’re here to talk about the 2017 Oscars show. We’re anti-Oscars, but they managed to get a lot right this year. There’s much room for improvement, however. Find out why we hate the Oscars, our reactions to certain winners and losers, and an in-depth discussion of Emma Stone Cat.
Welcome to The Green Screen of Death! Every year, Adrian throws his portable recorder in the faces of his friends and asks what they love about Fantastic Fest. The first time these interviews took place was in 2014. 2014 Edition
We hope this gives you a sense of why Fantastic Fest is such a great festival. The timestamps, names, and twitter handles are below.
Continue reading “Fantastic Fest Interviews – 2015 Edition”
I noticed a blogger posting early thoughts of a movie he/she was reviewing, while watching the movie. I replied, urging this person to put the phone down and watch the movie uninterrupted. The person told me how they paused the movie to post the tweet – this person also told me that the movie was paused so that he/she can respond to me. We exchanged a few messages, where I informed this person that I was affecting their experience with the movie. How can this person write a proper review if they are stopping and starting the movie constantly? The movie cannot be that enjoyable if this person gives priority to a notification on their phone. I’m being vague with identifying this person for a few reasons: This is not a witch-hunt, I don’t care to give that website any traffic, and nobody should read anything that person writes.
Continue reading “Turn Off Your Phone”