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Episode 38

The Incredible Shrinking Man

As the main character shrinks its way into oblivion, Aharon and Liisa examines the themes behind this particular science fiction fantasy.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on22nd August 2017
Episode 37

Arrival

Examination of Denis Villeneuve’s career is continued with interest when Aharon and Liisa puts out on the table his first step into the science fiction.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on8th August 2017
Episode 34

Oscars 2017

Aharon and Liisa sit down and go through the Oscar nominees down once again to discuss the people and films of 2016 all the while revealing the winners to themselves category after another.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on4th March 2017
Episode 33

Moonlight

Aharon and Liisa admires the hell out of Barry Jenkins’s incredible 2016 drama MOONLIGHT.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on24th February 2017
Episode 31

Infernal Affairs of The Departed

Going back and forth from the original 2002 Hong Kong crime thriller INFERNAL AFFAIRS to Martin Scorsese’s amazing THE DEPARTED, Aharon and Liisa will examine the similarities and differences of these two great movies.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on3rd February 2017
Episode 30

Swiss Army Man

While being probably the weirdest movie of 2016, Daniels debut surrealist comedy SWISS ARMY MAN was also exactly the right kind of movie for Aharon and Liisa.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on13th January 2017
Episode 28

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

After half a year of waiting for the dvd from the library Liisa finally gets to see STAR WARS: FORCE AWAKENS.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on13th December 2016
Episode 24

Where The Wild Things Are

Aharon and Liisa meet up in Finland with special guest appearance by Merel Gebruers to discuss Spike Jonze’s psychoanalytic adaptation of Where The Wild Things Are.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on4th November 2016
Episode 21

Bridge of Spies

Can a specific actor do such an outstanding performance that the rest of the movie would feel mediocre in comparison? Or can a movie be so well grounded in its own craft that an oscar winning performance can end up feeling off from the rest? Aharon and Liisa tackle the reactions left by Steven Spielberg’s 2015 spy drama BRIDGE OF SPIES.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on6th August 2016
Episode 18

Only Lovers Left Alive

In second part of the vampire series Aharon and Liisa focuses on the movie that ignited the inspiration for Liisa’s deep interest with the blood sucking creatures, Jim Jarmusch’s atmospheric ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on16th July 2016