Matt Reeves and J.J. Abram’s Kaiju movie from 2008 populates online discussion to this day, and we’re giving it a well-deserved turn on the CinDoc podcast!
Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film is a fascinating, slow-paced, deeply moving love-letter to 1969’s Hollywood, and anyone else in a crisis.
Intense, violent, and frightening, The Boys has skyrocketed to one of Amazon’s most binged shows ever, and there’s a reason we should care.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is here to terrorize children and adults alike, and that’s a good thing!
Is there such a thing as a good lie?
By the end of this episode, you’ll be ready to punch with your feet and kick with your fists!
What’s it like to return home when you feel you don’t belong?
Bullied, forgotten, but not alone, Oskar makes an interesting friend with a mysterious girl.
Peter Parker can’t hang up the suit without something disastrous happening, and it’s only made worse when Nick Fury tranquilizes his best friend to get his attention!
You’re in a hospital bed, searing headache, missing two teeth, but the worst thing is that The Beatles never existed!