Please join us each week for the Critics Circle! We take an in-depth look at the newest films, discuss current film news and rumors, interview a variety of filmmakers and artists, and bat around a wide variety of lively topics.
New shows are Saturdays at 3:00pm over at Radio Brave and on the TuneIn app, with rebroadcasts on Tuesday at 9:00am and Thursday at 5:00pm. You can also listen on demand via podcast at Google Play Music and iTunes.
I appear on the show about every three weeks or so since we launched in May 2016, as well as other interview and topical segments, and a fun recurring feature called Popcorn Therapy.
My Most Recent Show (Mar 18th 2017)
Join Travis Leamons, Donna Copeland, and myself for a discussion of the week’s openings, trends in film industry, the new FX series Feud about the behind-the-scenes furor on the set of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, and more!
Also Last Week – Houston Matters on KUHT 88.7 FM (Mar 14th 2017)
Join me with my fellow Houston Film Critics Society colleagues Regina Scruggs and TJ Callahan over at Houston Public Media for a look at upcoming March Movies!
Last Week’s Critics Circle (Mar 11th 2017)
Sit in as Travis Leamons, Chris Sawin, and I will discussed the week’s openings, trends in theater design, movies different on the second viewing, and more. This episode was even more fun than usual, including a segment with composer Henry Jackman, to discuss his experience in scoring Kong: Skull Island!
One of Our Favorite Moments
What don’t you want!? If you don’t know, then you haven’t seen Hell or High Water, one of 2016’s most fêted films (and my personal pick for Best Picture). Here’s a fun shot of Travis Leamons and TJ Callahan the day they interviewed local hero Margaret Bowman (aka The Waitress). Ms. Bowman also attended the Houston Film Critics Society Awards Show in January, and accepted the Best Screenplay award on behalf of writer Taylor Sheridan.
If you want to relive the moment, here’s the link – but seriously, if you haven’t seen it yet, I implore you to save yourself for the movie.