In the mood for an interesting story? How about a small idea from a 15-year-old in Iowa followed by an innocent conversation over breakfast ultimately leading to the creation of a film sporting 13 Oscar nominations including Best Picture! Jump on in to this conversation with Daniel Kraus, Co-Author of "The Shape of Water" who birthed the idea that became the blockbuster film directed by Guillermo Del Toro.
You can learn more about Daniel at www.danielkraus.com
What's better than 3 guys discussing a Romantic/Drama that was highly controversial upon its release? 3 guys discussing a Romantic/Drama that was highly controversial upon its release AND partaking in a Game of Thrones themed quiz!
Hop on in as the guys help you Take Back Movie Night with "Me Before You"
Starring: Emelia Clarke, Sam Claflin
Director: Thea Sharrock
Where to Find: Amazon Prime
Rotten Tomatoes: 57%
Join us this week as we talk through the first ever Netflix original film to be discussed for Best Picture. Also, we play “Would you rather” with the listeners!
2017 - R - Historical Drama
Starring: Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Jonathan Banks, Rob Morgan, Mary J. Blige, Jason Mitchell
Director: Dee Rees
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
A 98% Rotten Tomatoes score and Rodney's first 10!
Animation, Comedy, Drama - PG-13 - 2016
Starring: Nick Offerman, Ellen Page (English version)
Director: Claude Barras
Where to Find It: Netflix
Take back Movie Night with this incredible film, My Life as a Zucchini. Don't let the title chase you away! Take our word for it and give this a try. It has extremely high scores from the critics, the general public, and the guys of Down the Hall! Also in this episode, what are YOUR most anticipated movies of 2018?
Comedy, Romance - PG-13 - 2006
Starring: Kate Winslett, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Jack Black
Director: Nancy Meyers
Where to FInd: Amazon Prime
We hope your Christmas weekend went well and that you are ready to take on the week leading up to New Years with another festive Movie Night pick! We take a look at "The Holiday" and then go through a list of TERRIBLE Christmas movies to find out which ones Rodney would give a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" to. Lastly, Lyndon and Chet debate Star Wars: The Last Jedi with Rodney doing his darndest to moderate.
Year 1 is in the books! Listen in as Chet and Rodney tell the untold truth of the fiasco that was the Rob Burnett interview. Also, they guys recap all of the movies and many guests from the past year. Make sure you stick around for the end because there is a MAJOR announcement that will impact the future of the show!
In this very special episode, the guys interview Patrick Brice, Director and Co-Star of "Creep" which also stars Mark Duplass. Creep is the "Movie Night Pick of the Week" but it almost never happened! Listen in about how not only Creep, but 2016 Best Picture Winner "Moonlight" share roots in a quickly forgotten horror movie about a killer pig, and how Patrick's involvement spurred him on to success.
Drama - R - 2014
Starring: John Boyega, Rotimi, Glen Plummer
Director: Mailk Vitthal
Where to Find It: Netflix (Netflix Original)
Want to hear Rodney and Chet talk about drugs? Surprisingly yes, right?
In this episode, the guys take on Imperial Dreams, a Netflix Original that is worth your Movie Night! Also in this episode, a "Movie to Avoid", Rodney plays "Name-That-Drug", and we talk through the topic of "Movies with actors/actresses from the new Star Wars films."
2006 - R - Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Starring: Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, Michael Caine, Scarlett Johannson
Director: Christopher Nolan
Where to Find: Netflix
A movie that's hard to talk about it without spoiling it! We tell you our thoughts as to why The Prestige is the Movie Night pick of the week, but we mix in a lot of other things as well. Conversations about magicians, Rodney's high school reunion, Bale vs Jackman, 2006: a year in review, and movies with insane twists.
Just curious....Has Rodney seen Twilight?
2014 - R - Suspense, Mystery, Thriller, Sci-Fi
Starring: Ethan Hawke, Sarah Snook, Noah Taylor
Director: Michael and Peter Spierig
Where to Find? Amazon Prime
In this episode the guys discuss a GREAT Amazon Prime find, Predestination. Ethan Hawke anchors this "time travel" movie that has multiple twists that are sure to leave you thinking long after you watch. He's joined by Sarah Snook who plays both a man and a woman in this and does a phenomenal job. Also, the guys talk about a "Movie to Avoid" and the question, "Would you rather talk to your past self or future self?"
Let us know what you think!