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Aus and Phil finish their trip to Mexico on a high note, by watching the 2003 film Once Upon A Time In Mexico. The final installment in the Mariachi Trilogy proves to be a great movie to end the season on as it provides the guys a ton of conversation about El Mariachi's character arc, Johnny Depp's performance, and Girls in Refrigerators... There's…
 
Somewhere in a small border town, Austin and Phil are drinking cheap beer in dirty glasses as they talk about the biggest Mexican action movie they've ever seen: 1995's Desperado. The guys talk about how Robert Rodriguez uses his budget to realize his style, Buscemi, and debate whether Antonio Banderas was miscast or is doing a brilliant comedic pe…
 
This week, Phil and Austin head south of the border with just a few dollars and a guitar case full of puns as they kick off their last trilogy of the season with Robert Rodriguez's 1992 indie triumph El Mariachi. The guys talk about what sets this apart from other low-budget movies, Rodriguez's unique filmography, and how budget restrictions helped…
 
Austin and Phil return once more to Gotham City to take care of its newest threat: A million ideas with no follow-up at all. The guys talk about Old Batman, stock market heists, and drastic tonal shifts. Also, Phil brings up his old grudge against the other Nolan... Austin's Shout Out: Art That Was Never Finished Phil's Shout Out: The Judgies --- T…
 
Earlier this year, Phil participated in the NYC Midnight Short Screenplay competition. He was invited to join fellow writers Derek and Keith of Pop Up FilmCast, and Joelle("Mouse") and Julianne("Weens") of the Mouse and Weens podcast to have some long and winding and informative conversations about the process. The result is the new podcast: The Mi…
 
Aus and Phil talk about the 2008 comic book masterpiece "The Dark Knight" on this week's episode. They discuss Ledger's performance, the themes of being a vigilante and Holmes vs Gyllenhaal vs Flat Character Writing in the Battle of the Rachels. Austin's Shout Out: Tiny Jewish Girl Phil's Shout Out: Hag Attack --- This episode is sponsored by · Anc…
 
Aus and Phil fake their deaths and run to the Himalayas where they planned to become crime-fighting ninjas... until they found a tv and a blu-ray of this week's movie. They watched Batman Begins to kick off the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight Trilogy. The guys talk about Gary Oldman quickly becoming the podcast's MVP, the differing philosophies of vi…
 
(Train to Busan review starts at 24:00) Austin and Phil pat themselves on the back for reaching 50 episodes of the podcast before launching into a quick review of Halloween Kills (spoilers) before getting to their main review of 2016's Korean zombie masterpiece Train to Busan. The guys talk about what makes certain formulaic stories rise to the top…
 
We did this quick episode to address some of the feedback we've gotten about our coverage of the Evil Dead franchise. The incredible Corey Scott sends us a DM about the parallels between Ash and Marty McFly, then we throw it to podcast producer extraordinaire Hammond Chamberlain who drops some knowledge on us about Sam Raimi, his work on The Evil D…
 
Aus and Phil finish off the Evil Dead trilogy with Army of Darkness. The guys talk about what does and doesn't work in this installment, Raimi's choices, and how the trilogy works as a whole. Also, Phil voices his opinions and waits for the internet to descend upon him. Austin's Shout Out: Wolf 359 Phil's Shout Out: OldTimeHawkey --- This episode i…
 
Another Very Special Episode of the Picture Show finds Austin and Phil sitting down to talk with author, artist, podcaster, and Canadian J-F Dubeau. The guys talk to J-F about his upcoming novel Song of the Sandman, genre writing, self-promotion, and the podcast Achewillow, which is written and co-created by J-F. It's a really fun conversation and …
 
Austin and Phil return to the woods to hang out in a cabin and listen to a super bizarre book on tape while checking out the Sam Raimi sequel Evil Dead II. The guys talk about how this movie levels up over the original, the inventive monsters, and the bizarre left turn the ending makes. Austin's Shout Out: Art Ed Guru Phil's Shout Out: DefuncTV Jim…
 
Join us for a very special episode as Austin and Phil sit down for a conversation with "hobby magpie" Amy Frost (aka @Daniora ). Amy tells the guys of her theatrical roots and how that has led her to where she is now as an artist, painter, podcaster, and voice actor. Mostly, they talk about her work as a performer and producer on the audio drama po…
 
Aus and Phil take a look at 1981's cult classic horror film The Evil Dead. The guys talk about the career of Sam Raimi and his Oldsmobile, indie film production value, and Fake Shemps... also, Phil pitches an idea for a dystopian future YA novel. Austin's Shout Out: Lil Nas X-Montero Phil's Shout Out: Canopus by Dave Chisholm Vote on the last movie…
 
Austin and Phil break down the final chapter of the Apes trilogy, review the series overall, and discuss what comes next for this Planet of Apes. Austin's Shoutout: youtube.com/c/KaseyGolden Phil's Shoutout: Go watch anything Norm Macdonald --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Austin and Phil dive into the second of the Apes prequel trilogy with 2014's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The guys talk about building societies, compelling villains, awards for mo-cap and stunt performers, and Gary Oldman. Plus, the guys take a hard stance against pandas. Austin's Shout Out: Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't Phil's Shout Out: The D…
 
Austin and Phil kick off Season 3 by jumping into their first trilogy with Rise of the Planet of the Apes. The guys talk about the movie's relationship to the original Planet of the Apes, the complex character of Caesar, and the surprisingly dense ape population of San Francisco. Shout Outs: Austin: Jon the Potter Phil: Robin Hood and the Death of …
 
Austin and Phil catch up on what they did over their summer break, discuss their plans for Season 3 of the podcast, and give probably their best acting performances ever as they do a dramatic reading of a scene from Boss Baby(NSFW) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Austin and Phil take a look back at the last 20 movies they watched for the show. It's a reflection of what they loved, didn't love, was new to them, or that they've changed their opinions on in Season 2 of The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
This week, Aus and Phil find themselves exploring their family heritage and the secret origin of guitar strings by watching the 2016 animated adventure film Kubo and the Two Strings. The guys talk about Laika Studios, creepy witches, and stories about stories. This is the last movie of our second season. Come back next week for our Season 2 Recap! …
 
Aus and Phil take travel to a nondescript time and place that's a little bit Victorian, a little bit steampunk, and very strange... 2004... they go to 2004 and revisit the Nickelodeon Studios film A Series of Unfortunate Events. They talk about adaptations, the surprisingly deep lessons of this movie, brilliant portrayals of bad acting, and product…
 
This week, the guys kill a pimp to punish him for being a white guy with dreadlocks, steal his drugs and take off to California... then they watched a movie and talked about it for an insanely long time. Aus and Phil watched 1993's True Romance and immediately take off down rabbit holes about Tarantino, Tony Scott, race, LGBTQ films, Clarence as a …
 
Aus and Phil confined themselves to a single room for an hour and a half so they can create the most brilliant piece of art in years... it did not work. But they did manage to talk about a case where it did work and so they talk about that. The guys watched Bo Burnham's comedy special/one man show/experiment Inside and were more than impressed with…
 
Phil and Austin go back a few days to when they watched Tenet for the first time to explore how they feel about it. They talk about the places they each found challenging with the film, the brilliant portrayal of being disoriented, heists, and talking with masks on. It's a wild movie that spawns a wild conversation, perhaps the most ambitious yet o…
 
This week, Phil searches for a proper movie to leave Austin in the care of as they track across a wasteland full of zombies and psychopaths while watching the 2017 Australian film Cargo. The guys talk about the highs and lows of this movie, Netflix adaptations, pacing, and the wonderful Martin Freeman. Austin's Shout Out: Big Finish Phil's Shout Ou…
 
This week, Aus and Phil and Millie Bobby Brown (okay not really) uncover a vast conspiracy using all their podcasting skills- and Godzilla is at the center of it all. Listen to hear our quick takes on one of the biggest movies of the year and the franchise it's a part of. Next week we will be back with our regularly scheduled full episodes.--- This…
 
after figuring out which of their cats would make the best bus, Austin and Phil settle in for a discussion about Hayao Miyazaki's 1988 animated fantasy My Neighbor Totoro. The guys talk about the casual pace of the film, how that plays into some of the spiritual elements, and next level animation and art talk throughout the episode... plus a lot mo…
 
Aus and Phil are the sole survivors of a tidal wave of space garbage and they're struggling to get home. Phil keeps playing country music and cracking wise while Austin attempts to make progress in the conversation about the 2013 film Gravity. The guys talk about single take shots, cinematography, and Sandra Bullock, as well as deep dives into port…
 
Austin and Phil lead an expedition to a legendary island full of monsters and horrors the likes of which we've... seen a few times before in one form or another. But it doesn't matter, because it's fun. Climb on the choppers with the Roods and half the cast of the MCU as we watch Kong: Skull Island. Austin's Shout Out: Paper Girls Phil's Shout Out:…
 
This week, Austin and Phil are the only people on Earth... who watched the movie IO. They settle in for a dark and depressing look at humanity, the better movies it pulled from, and a look at the situation we find ourselves living in currently. It's maybe our most nihilistic episode yet, and it's all because Austin chose this movie... ... not that …
 
Aus and Phil take a trip to 1940s Shanghai for some martial arts shenanigans with Stephen Chow's 2004 comedy action film Kung Fu Hustle. They talk about the brilliant crossroads between cartoonish comedy and legitimate kung fu, the Chinese film industry and the relationship to America, and the balancing act of so many different tones Also, butts...…
 
Austin and Phil sit down this week for Christopher Nolan's 2017 war film Dunkirk. They talk about Nolan's bizarre timeline, why we never learned about this historical event, and discuss what characters they latched onto the most. The guys don't do war movies often, so this one is new ground.Phil references the podcast Wait... You Haven't Seen and T…
 
Austin and Phil go back to the world of benders and explore the third season of The Legend of Korra. They talk about the season as a sort of reboot, the next level of animation for the series, and the fantastic villain the series found in Henry Rollins. Phil's Shout Out: Socially Plagued Austin's Shout Out: Korra-The Turf War --- This episode is sp…
 
Austin and Phil examine their father-son relationship as they hit the road and run for their lives... no, they're not dodging mob assassins or seeking vengeance for their murdered family, they're instead trying to find common ground on their differing opinions about the 2002 crime drama Road to Perdition. The guys take a look at their relationships…
 
Austin and Phil hunker down in the studio and build the impossible: a podcast about the film The Astronaut Farmer. The guys talk about the bizarre tone of this movie, the clunky execution of an interesting idea, and how this movie only makes sense in the slimmest of time frames. Austin's Shout Out: 1-Hour Song Rewrite Phil's Shout Out: Critical Dri…
 
Austin and Phil take a trip to the center of their psyches this week by watching 2009's Where the Wild Things Are. They break down the deep emotional and artistic meanings behind the simple children's story, the stellar work by the art department, and the amazing performances by the voice and suit actors alike. It's a complicated movie that spawned…
 
This week Austin and Phil watched Bo Burnham's 2017 comedy drama/exploration of adolescence Eighth Grade. The guys discuss the timelessness of the film, what it is saying about the gap between who we are and who we pretend to be, and the way the movie manages to perfectly capture the challenges surrounding everything about being the age of a middle…
 
Austin and Phil hit the road to salvation this week as they dig into the 2010 post-apocalyptic film The Book of Eli. The guys get off in the weeds about religion and spirituality and the struggles that these things may or may not present to this movie's audience, but also talk plenty about the technical aspects of the film, the Denzel Renaissance, …
 
Austin and Phil sequester themselves to a tiny room in the back of Stately Rood Manor where they discuss the minutia of what they have just been presented with... in this case, it's the 1957 courtroom drama 12 Angry Men. The guys discuss why this movie holds up after all this time, their favorite parts, and speculate about what could be beneficial …
 
The guys hit the road this week and break down the 1958 samurai adventure film The Hidden Fortress. They talk about the impressive scope of this movie, the influence it had on George Lucas, and finally, they spiral into a discussion(argument) about the strained relationship between old films and modern audiences. It's a long and treacherous road fo…
 
Austin and Phil kick off Season 2 by watching Soul, which leads them to explore life, death, the afterlife, jazz, perspective, and the possibility that Pixar is manipulating us all... Austin's Shout Out: Ratatouille Phil's Shout Out: Hat's Off Entertainment --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor…
 
***SPOILER ALERT FOR THE MANDALORIAN SEASON 2****Austin and Phil celebrate the holiday season by leaning into the Star Wars Universe to talk about Life Day, Disney's handling of IP, and the second season of The Mandalorian. The guys offer their thoughts on the direction the show has taken this season, what it means for the future of the show, and t…
 
Austin and Phil take a look at what they've reviewed over the past 20 episodes and pick out their best, worst, and most surprising movies as well as looking at the benefits this show has brought them over this season. Austin's Shout Out: Ratatouille the Musical Phil's Shout Out: Mims28Studio --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest wa…
 
Aus and Phil dive into the world of pro sports, numbers and stats, Zen Buddhism, and stepdads as they get into a discussion of 2011's Moneyball. It's a fun discussion that goes all over the place and brings some really fun discussion, disagreement, and more. Austin's Shout Out: Half Alive Phil's Shout Out: Abe Lincoln's Top Hat --- This episode is …
 
The guys don their finest uncomfortable clothing and their tallest hats and announce themselves at the finest estates of Victorian England as they talk about the 2020 adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma. They talk about what they expected vs what they ended up with, feminist heroes now and then, and the ridiculousness of the aristocracy. It's a surpri…
 
Austin and Phil take a trip to the Spirit World in an attempt to find enlightenment... but they just ended up watching an anticlimactic TV season instead. The guys clash over the quality of the show as a whole, the highs and lows of Season 2, new characters, and why Sally Draper is the ultimate spirit guide. It's another battle royale as they conti…
 
Austin and Phil open the magic card box to find out what movie they're going to watch and discover that it's 2019's Ready Or Not. The guys try to do a deep dive on the film but quickly discover that they don't need to... and they're cool with that. The resulting conversation is a series of rabbit holes about Joker, popcorn movies, foreign language …
 
This week Austin and Phil travel to the magical kingdom of mushrooms... and bears. They're watching and talking about the 2019 horror film Midsommar and getting totally freaked out by it. They talk about respect for different cultural norms, geometry, toxic people, and psychedelics... also bears and sex rituals. It's an insane movie that breeds uni…
 
Austin and Phil got together to talk about The Amazing Screw-On Head. They discuss the TV pilot and the comic it was adapted from, it's possible place in the Mignola-verse, and hope for a renewed interest in the property that might possibly lead to its return. It's a Halloween treat that the guys use to celebrate the weird and wonderful short story…
 
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