Displaying posts categorized under

The Cinematic Misfits

Episode 82 – Bond’s Back Baby! And so are we!

Yup, to celebrate the release of SPECTRE on blu-ray, we’re releasing a new episode of The Cinematic Misfits Podcast, as always we have our resident Bondian, Mark Toriski. We’ll talk all things James Bond, including some things not James Bond. So, enjoy it…  

Movie Review: Crimson Peak (2015)

Halloween is only a few days away, and in the years past I would make an effort to watch and review as many horror films as possible. Life has a way of getting in the way of course, and now I’m lucky if I can get to see a small handful of scary movies. One […]

Episode 81 – The Cinematic Misfits – Talkin’ Oscars.

Hey lads and lasses, Jared and Christian are back… again… We’re gonna try and fill in our off weeks with back episodes that never got released.  But no promises… So just when you thought you were done with the 2015 Oscars, we’re back with all the same stuff!  So, listen listen please… We’ll back with […]

Episode 80! The Cinematic Misfits – Avengers Time

Christian and Jared are BACK!!  Maybe… we are trying though.  I got a new job and Jared is busy with his job… sometimes it’s good to be busy. Anyway, we saw Avengers: Age of Ultron and had to discuss it.  I bet you’ll never guess what I thought of it? Feel free to get some stuff […]

Obvious Child

Obvious Child is a small indie film from 2014, co-written by and directed by Gillian Robespierre and starring Jenny Slate. The story follows Donna, a young comedienne who gets pregnant after a one night stand. As she’s coping with being pregnant and what to do next, the universe seems to be pushing her and her […]

Leonard Nimoy…

Okay, I wanna say something… I am a newcomer to Star Trek, I watched it here and there as a kid, but I appreciate it more as an adult.  But that doesn’t matter, because I’ve always known who Mr. Spock was… I can’t remember ever NOT knowing who he was.  Spock is an icon… Star […]


In case you’ve been living under a rock, boyhood is the newest film by Richard Linklater shot over the course of 12 years. The film mostly follows the story of Mason (played by newcomer Ellar Coltrane) as he navigates life as a adolescent, a teenager, and a young adult. He is surrounded by a loving and […]

Last Minute Predictions

Now that we are 6 hours from this years Oscar Extravaganza, I figured it’s finally time to share my suspicions and my predictions with all my 7 readers. I know that all of my readers use my predictions as a yard stick on what to expect this evening. So I better not disappoint right?  As […]

Movie Review: Borgman (2013)

I’m not entirely sure what it was that drew me to this film in the first place, the title character seemed mysterious and mischievous, and the setting of the film had a strange desaturated bleakness.  The initial trailer gave no hints to the plot or the story, but there was something so familiar about the main character […]

What Netflix Sent Me: Fading Gigalo (2014)

Remember way back when, the Coen Brothers gave us The Big Lebowski?  A film that would long live on in people’s hearts, and would become a cult classic… in that movie, we were treated to many great characters, one of which is someone simply known as “The Jesus” played by the great John Turturro. Now, this may be […]