A romantic journey through time, Enchantment is the kind of film that is so exquisitely photographed and elegantly acted that you find yourself still lost in the world of the film long after it’s ended. Essentially a dual love story, the film takes place almost entirely in one English house (99 Wilshire Crescent, which also serves as the narrator), from the mid 19th century up to The Blitz bombings of London during World War II.
Specializing in releasing older, out of the way, out of print or even forgotten movies and television shows, The Warner Archive has become one of the most successful manufactured-on-demand home video services. From hidden classics, to cult favorites, to everything in-between, they do a wonderful job of keeping older material alive and available.
This week on the show Nick is joined by a special guest to recap all of the happenings at E3 2014, as well as look at the current landscape of video games!
As someone who spends what most would consider an unhealthy amount of time indoors watching movies, I often find myself thinking about how to enhance my film-saturated existence. It’s not that I only watch movies, but at any given time, I tend to be thinking about cinema more than any other subject.
This week on the show, we review two of the biggest films of the summer, X-Men: Days of Future Past & Godzilla! We also discuss some of the biggest geek news in a long time, including the departures of Edgar Wright & Drew Goddard from Marvel properties, a Star Wars spinoff, the Interstellar trailer, and much more!