Last year saw yet another "Terminator" movie hit screens along with a sequel to "Zombieland." Now they are out on Blu-ray. Both franchises are about the apocalypse and involve much mayhem, and both have behind the scenes work from "Deadpool" alums (even if Wernick and Reese, did original "Zombieland" well before "Deadpool), but only one of the films seems to be having any fun with it all.
Just where did "Terminator: Dark Fate" go wrong when "Zombieland: Double Tap" went right?
Although a cold may have affected Josh's voice, he's back this week to discuss "Gemini Man" and "I See You," both of which offer a certain sense of mirroring. One does this to great effect, while the other... well, the effect is not great at all.
Andrew Desmond stops by the podcast today, at least telephonically, to talk about his feature directorial debut, "The Sonata." A horror film based in classic music and secret societies, "fun" may not be the right word to describe it (torture not being fun), but it's certainly engaging and interesting. Desmond offers us his thoughts on the process and what it takes to write about a piece of music without being able to write music.