This week we review the renowned documentary on the fine art of sushi making!
On a day when everyone is celebrating cinema, we’re here to make a mockery of it. Anything goes in our first Grab Bag Special!
Joe and Nate discuss the career of Orson Welles by taking a look at three movies of his from different eras.
Joe, Nate, and Alex look beneath the skin of the 1981 Michael Crichton sci-fi thriller Looker.
With Glass coming out this weekend, the Film Illiterates crew look back on M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016).
Joe and Nathan look back at some of their favorite movies from 2018 in our annual podcast episode!
Now that everybody has buried 2017, Joe and Nathan are here to dig it back up and dissect it! Then we talk about the Oscar nominations because we're pretentious film snobs with no taste.
Joe and Nathan talk Resident Evil, A Monster Calls, and the heavy religious themes in, critical response to, and Oscar chances of Martin Scorsese's Silence.
What's Pixar's secret appeal to kids and adults?
Today we answer life's important questions, like, "How has the buddy cop genre changed over the years?" and, "Why is Nick Nolte's voice so gravely now?"