On today’s episode, Jim and Bill review Malignant (2021). Directed by James Wan; Story James Wan, Ingrid Bisu, and Akela Cooper; Screenplay by Akela Cooper; and starring Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young, Michole Briana White, and Jean Louisa Kelly.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill review Godzilla vs. Kong (2021). Directed by Adam Wingard; Story by Terry Rossio, Michael Dougherty, and Zach Shields; Screenplay by Eric Pearson and Max Borenstein; and starring Godzilla, Kong, and some humans including: Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, and Shun Oguri.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill broadcast from the NEWLY BUILT ZOS FILMS STUDIO! We interview ZOS Films alumni, Travis Mandenberg, about his portion of our first feature film “Bizarre Mayhem”, as well as other projects and stories of the film industry.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill review Leprechaun 3. We also interview ZOS Films alumni, Benyamin Aki, about his portion of our first feature film “Bizarre Mayhem”, as well as other projects and stories of the film industry.
Leprechaun 3 (1995), Written by Mark Jones and David DuBos, Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith, and Starring: Warwick Davis, John Gatins, and Lee Armstrong.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill review the Oscar winning Nomadland, and talk about some film set experiences while producing films at ZOS Films.
Nomadland (2020), Written by Chloe Zhao, based on the book by Jessica Bruder, Directed by Chloe Zhao, and Starring: Frances McDormand and David Stratharin.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill do a double feature review, and have the comedy segments the fans of the show continue to express love for.
Things (1989), Written by Barry J. Gillis and Andrew Jordan, Directed by Andrew Jordan, and Starring: Barry J. Gillis, Amber Lynn, and Bruce Roach.
The Dentist (1996), Written by Dennis Paoli, Stuart Gordon, Charles Finch, and Directed by Brian Yuzna, and Starring: Corbin Bernsen, Linda Hoffman, Michael Stadvec, and Molly Hagan.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill do a deep dive into the cult classic horror film “The Funhouse” (1981). Directed by Tobe Hooper. Written by Lawrence Block. Starring, but not limited to: Elizabeth Berridge, Cooper Huckabee, Largo Woodruff, Miles Chapin, and Kevin Conway.
We were able to bring back Robin Laymon, executive producer of ZOS Films for some extra laughter, and clearly distraction for the crew (we love you Robin).
So glad to be back, with a lineup of all new content to be released! There are a ton of new episodes planned to be release on our usual scheduled bi-weekly show. We are all so very thankful to you, the fans, for standing with us over this time. There has been an obvious pause while we work things out, and as a team, we are ready to deliver!
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill dig up an un-released episode that was bumped due to prior commitments, but we are so happy to finally release it for you. Lots of great content, including the usual laughs that has become the trademark of our show. It is a jam-packed episode featuring reviews of the films “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (1920), and “Candy Corn” (2019).
This show also features and interview with Jeremy Kayser (writer/director/producer) to give some insight to his portion of the ZOS Films feature film “Bizarre Mayhem”! We dig down deep in the process of Jeremy’s first directing experience, including many stories on set, the writing process, first time directing jitters, and probably a few bleeped out words.
On today’s episode, we call this the “Better Late Than Never Christmas Episode 2020”. Jim and Bill do a review of “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”. Filled with the usual review stuff, and packed with tons of comedy. A great way to end the year, and get some good laughs.
On today’s episode, Jim and Bill do a review of “Lords of Chaos”, written by Dennis Magnusson and Jonas Akerlund, directed by Jonas Akerlund, and based on the book “Lords of Chaos” written by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Soderlind.
Starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Jack Kilmer, Sky Ferreira, and Valter Skarsgard.
This bio-pic film follows the rise and eventual fall of the Norwegian Black Metal band, “Mayhem”. A very disturbing drama, we cover the myth, legend, truth, and themes of misinformation and self-projection inevitably leading to art becoming reality.