Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guest Niles Schwartz as they break down the Oscar nominations. Our initial reactions, early predictions, a look at Netflix's Oscar-nominated film "Mudbound", and a list of nominees you can find streaming.
Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guests Holly Roberts and Niles Schwartz to begin a new mini-series of episodes devoted to "The Godfather" trilogy, now streaming for the first time on Netflix. For this episode, we dive into the first movie, its troubled road to being made, various casting tidbits, our favorite scenes, and the legacy it has on pop culture.
It's that time of year again --awards season! As the year winds down, we look back at the best of television and movies with the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards. The nominations for both ceremonies were just announced, and host Paul McGuire Grimes and guest Ryan McGuire Grimes are here with all of the nominees, and pick which of our favorite streaming shows could go home winners.
In honor of the new Steven Spielberg movie movie "The Post" hitting theaters this month, host Paul McGuire Grimes takes a look at the new HBO Documentary "Spielberg" to celebrate the life and career of one of the greatest directors of our time. He's joined by film critics Niles Schwartz and Eric Henderson to celebrate his body of work and how he has shaped our love of the silver screen.
Host Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guests Dawn McClain and Niles Schwartz to conclude our discussion on Netflix's "Mindhunter" Season 1. Tune in for our analysis on the evolution of Holden, Tench, and Wendy, David Fincher's contributions to the last two episodes, and what we want out of a second season.
Paul McGuire Grimes is beyond excited to have Netflix's "Stranger Things" back for a second season. Joining him this week is Ryan McGuire Grimes to discuss the ups, the downs, and the Upside Down of "Stranger Things" Season 2. Plus, an important dialogue about Kevin Spacey and the future of Netflix's "House of Cards".
The genre of true crime has take over pop culture in recent years whether its documentaries or podcasts. Netflix's latest series "Mindhunter" looks into into the behavior of real serial killers and is the latest endeavor from director David Fincher, best known for movies like "Seven", "Zodiac", and "The Social Network". Host Paul McGuire Grimes is joined by Dawn McClain and Niles Schwartz to analyze the work of Fincher in this genre and the first five episodes of "Mindhunter"
"The Handmaid's Tale" is, without a doubt, one of the shows that has everyone talking. My guest Holly Roberts from My Talk 107.1 calls it her "favorite show of the year." We dive into why this Emmy winning hit from Hulu will have you glued to your television and why it should spark important conversation as you watch it. Plus, we sing the praises of another Hulu original series, "Difficult People", starring Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner.
Showtime's "Twin Peaks" has come to an end, and Paul McGuire Grimes is back with Dawn McClain and Niles Schwartz for a look back at the final six episodes. We tackle that shocking two-part finale, answer some lingering questions, and debate if a fourth season is needed.
Paul is joined by movie critic and arts writer Chris Hewitt to recommend four movies that you can stream: "Okja", "Moonlight", "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", and "Pete's Dragon". We also discuss the recent news that Disney will be cutting its ties with Netflix in 2019.
We're two thirds of the way through "Twin Peaks", so host Paul McGuire Grimes is back with guests Dawn McClain and Niles Schwartz to regroup and see if we can make some sense out of David Lynch's mesmerizing, yet divisive, universe. Are the pieces starting to come together? Are you just as confused as ever? We have some answers, so hopefully you can enjoy it as much as we do!