The Celluloid Junkies are debuting a new weekly show which is short, sharp and fun. We Just Watched is a series of quick discussions about films that we have, you guessed it, just watched.
Come and join us in the world of darkness this Halloween season as we celebrate William Friedkin's genre-defining 1973 horror film The Exorcist.
Reaganism, a fear of AIDS and the backlash against feminism heightened our reactions to what became "the zeitgeist movie of the decade".
This month we're discussing a classic film that pushes the medium beyond the popular arts, Billy Wilder's cynical, lurid masterpiece Sunset Boulevard.
This month we wanna talk to you, we wanna shampoo you, and we wanna find some sweet romance with Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right.
What a day, what a lovely day this is as we take you on an auditory tour of George Miller’s vicious 2015 dystopian masterpiece Mad Max: Fury Road.
This month we’re embroiling ourselves in romantic entanglements in Woody Allen's 1986 romantic comedy Hannah and Her Sisters.