Alexander Nevsky (1938)

Before we get into the show today, this episode was recorded on December 2nd, 2021, 54 days before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. When the invasion occurred Rachael and I made sure that we wanted to make this and the following points clear. We stand with Ukraine and that we made this with the intentionContinue reading “Alexander Nevsky (1938)”

The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

On today’s episode of Cinemallennials, I talked with Will Pender, host of Now that’s What I Call A Podcast about the silent horror classic, The Phantom of the Opera starring the Man of a Thousand Faces, Lon Chaney, and the original scream queen, Mary Philbin. Lon Chaney paved the way for all of our favoriteContinue reading “The Phantom of the Opera (1925)”

8 1/2 (1963)

On today’s episode of Cinemallennials, I talk with another K Cut podcast host, James Bunn about Frederico Fellini’s master work on the process of filmmaking, 8 ½. Frederico Fellini’s legacy is that of his films, grounded fantasy, a cavalcade of nostalgia, fever dreams, lust, and desire. From Tim Burton to David Lynch, Fellini is reveredContinue reading “8 1/2 (1963)”

Christmas Classics

All my life I have loved Christmas and Christmas movies have always enhanced and furthered my love for Christmas. A couple of years ago, I decided to make a series about the history of some of my favorite movies and what they mean to me. If you’d like to know more about It’s A WonderfulContinue reading “Christmas Classics”

A Hidden Life – Movie Review

A Hidden Life, the 2019 film written and directed by Terence Malick, is a masterpiece. The crew and cast have come together to create one of the strongest faith-based films released. The film follows the final quietly resounding act of Franz Jägerstätter’s life: a life full of love, devotion, and immense strength and resolve. FranzContinue reading “A Hidden Life – Movie Review”

The representation of Welsh and Goidelic languages in entertainment and it’s importance.

For the past couple years, I’ve been noticing a considerable rise in the representation of Welsh (Cymraeg), Irish (Gaelige) and Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig) in major film and television productions and here’s why these representations matter. This occurred to me today while watching Netflix’s look behind the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, The Crown in whichContinue reading “The representation of Welsh and Goidelic languages in entertainment and it’s importance.”