The hosts tackle the latest indie horror film gripping critics to their seats to see if it lives up the hype. Film Tank reviews It Comes at Night, directed by Trey Edward Shults.
Episode 116 / It Comes at Night
Does DC finally make a good film in their new Justice League universe? Listen to see what the Film Tank hosts think. This episdoe contains a review of the film Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot.
Episode 115 / Wonder Woman
The hosts look at another Netflix acquisition, and big Sundance 2017 winner: I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore, the directorial debut from Macon Blair.
Episode 114 / I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore
Film Tank return to the world of Ridley Scott’s Alien/Prometheus and find solace in the Covenant.
Episode 113/ Alien Covenant
Nick forces the other hosts to watch Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff. A melodrama/sexploitation film that takes place during the ’50s and is not for the faint of heart. Nick is a good friend.
Episode 112 / Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff
Listen up, a-holes. the Guardians of the Galaxy are back for volume 2, and Film Tank is here to discuss it.
Episode 111 / Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Film Tank looks at Netflix’s latest sci-fi acquisition: The Discovery, starring Jason Segal and Rooney Mara.
Episode 110 / The Discovery