Alpha (2018)

In episode 60 Hemant explains why there hasn’t been a new episode for nearly a month, and you can be sure that it wasn’t because he was being lazy. He then talks about the new format for the podcast which mostly involves focusing on one film per episode and keeping the reviews short and focused. The goal is to keep episodes to a nice and easy to digest length of 15 minutes.

So for the first episode under this new format Hemant shares his thoughts on the 2018 film Alpha from director Albert Hughes.

00:41Introduction
5:14A New Format
8:03Alpha (2018)
21:00Wrap-up

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Episode 33: You Were Never Really Here & Thoroughbreds

In Episode 33 of the Red 7 Movie Cast podcast Hemant gives the lowdown on his recent family vacation to Jasper National Park in the beautiful Canadian Rockies, and discusses his heartbreak and excitement around the blockbuster trade between the Toronto Raptors and the San Antonio Spurs. He also gives his opinion about seasons 1 and 2 of the Amazon Prime series Goliath starring Billy Bob Thornton, which he somehow managed to binge.

He then shares his thoughts on 2 films he watched this past week including You Were Never Really Here from director Lynne Ramsay and starring Joaquin Phoenix. This was film #16 on his 52 Films Directed by Women project.

He wraps up the episode with Thoroughbreds from director Cory Finley starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Olivia Cooke, and Anton Yelchin.

00:41Introduction
1:19Family Vacation in the Canadian Rockies
18:38Toronto Raptors/San Antonio Spurs Blockbuster Trade
23:27Goliath, Season 1 and 2 (Amazon Studios Original)
32:24Sneaky Pete (Amazon Studios Original)
33:24You Were Never Really Here (2017)
51:28Thoroughbreds (2017)
1:04:09Preview of Episode 34
1:07:11Wrap-up

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