We’re back with our review of the pilot episode of Lucky Hank, a witty midlife meltdown tale starring Bob Odenkirk as Professor “Hank” Devereaux, Jr., the unlikely chairman of an English department at a badly underfunded college who becomes increasingly unhinged navigating the chaos of personal and academic life. The show airs Sunday nights on AMC and AMC+.
“An English department chairman at an underfunded college, Professor Hank Devereaux toes the line between midlife crisis and full-blown meltdown, navigating the offbeat chaos in his personal and professional life.”
Bob Ward interviews the writer/director Alison Locke about her new film The Apology. They discuss making the film, working with Anna Gunn & Janeane Garofalo, and more. The film is currently streaming on AMC+ and Shudder
“Twenty years after the disappearance of her daughter, a recovering alcoholic is preparing to host her family’s Christmas celebration when her estranged ex-bother-in-law arrives unannounced, bearing nostalgic gifts and a heavy secret.”
“No one gets out clean.” The first half of the final season of Ozark hit Netflix and Logan and Henry are back to review the beginning of the end for the Byrdes. Check out our review now and don’t forget to subscribe, like and comment on the post!
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“A financial advisor drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder money to appease a drug boss.”
We’re giving away the digital code for Godzilla before our favorite monsters duke it out on March 25th. Let us know in the comments below “Who will win the fight between Godzilla and King Kong” and don’t forget to use #PhellasGiveAway . We’ll announce one random winner on March 25th. Good luck to everyone!
Wilder Napalm was a movie that was probably always destined for limited appeal and it’s too bad because it’s quite a ride. I’m grateful that a streaming service like Amazon Prime is allowing older, obscure movies like this to be exposed to the public.
Let me start off this review with a confession; I have not seen the original Creepshow. I’ve seen clips from it, mostly regarding cockroaches and country bumpkin accent, but I’ve never found the opportunity to see the full film. That being said, I’m aware of its cult status and when news came about of an anthology series from Greg Nicotero, I took interest. I’ve been familiar with Nicotero’s work on The Walking Dead and with TV often outclassing films for production values, the Creepshow series had a lot of promise.