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.
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.
This month we're embarking on a school excursion to check out a cinematic marvel - Peter Weir's hypnotic 1975 mystery Picnic at Hanging Rock.
This month we're stuck deep in no man's land, stuck in a combative debate about the merits of Stanley Kubrick's early anti-war film Paths of Glory.
This month we've got our hard hats ready and we're profiling James Bridges' 1979 thriller The China Syndrome.
This month we are profiling Lynne Ramsay's 2011 mesmeric domestic drama We Need to Talk About Kevin.
In the first episode of 2018, returning guest host Cassandra Kane joins us as we look at Frank Pierson's 1976 romantic musical drama A Star Is Born.