Spiritual “Doctor Strange” More Fun than Meaningful
Old Fashioned War Epic “Hacksaw Ridge” is Required Viewing
In this week’s podcast, Filmmaker Jeff Nichols talks about using the camera to convey intimacy in his upcoming Oscar hopeful LOVING. And Jeff and Jonathan review the films currently in release.
Excellent “The Birth of a Nation” keeps the conversation going…
In this week’s podcast, Jeff and Jonathan review “The Birth of a Nation” and “The Girl on the Train.”
Reviews of “The Magnificent Seven,” “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” “Kicks,” “Snowden,” “The Hollars,” and a throwback review of the 1944 film “Tomorrow the World.”
From the University of North Georgia, Jeff and Jonathan are back with a new podcast.
Jonathan tries moving DFF to the web arm of a print newspaper.
Jeff and Jonathan review 13 HOURS: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, THE REVENANT, and remember the cinematic side of David Bowie.
Michael Bay gives us his Assault on Precinct Benghazi.