Sep 13, 2017
Stephen King's "Dark Tower" books have had a rough relationship with Hollywood over the past decade, with many different writers and directors attached to adapt the series throughout the years.
Finally, however, the series has landed in the lap of director Nikolaj Arcel. With Ron Howard producing and an impressive...
Sep 2, 2017
Those damn dirty apes are back in this episode of The PrePost Film Review as Jon and Matt discuss the third and final chapter in the latest Planet of the Apes trilogy - War for the Planet of the Apes.
With War Matt Reeves is back at the helm as director after knocking it out of the park with the previous Apes film Dawn...
Aug 20, 2017
Christopher Nolan has returned to cinema screens with his World War II epic - Dunkirk.
Taking a break from the "genre filmmaking" of his last few releases, Nolan is presenting viewers with a fairly straightforward story, his approach to the filmmaking, however, is any but straightforward.
Does this fast paced, almost...
Aug 6, 2017
Edgar Wright is back, baby.
Both Jon and Matt are huge Wright fans, in fact his new action/musical hybrid Baby Driver was Matt's most anticipated film of 2017. So the stakes for this episode are high.
Every film Wright has made has been a winner - zombies, cops, video games, alcoholism - he has successfully tackled them...
Jul 26, 2017
In another bonus episode of The PrePost Film Review, Matt and Jon continue their informal David Lynch retrospective and discuss his 1977 debut feature Eraserhead.
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