This week on The OFCC Podcast, we’ll review a collection of independent films taking advantage of their last chance for screen space before the big summer blockbuster season.
We’ll also look at a recent debut from the Sundance Film Festival that’s now playing exclusively on Netflix. Also we look back at the career of iconic film director Jonathon Demme, plus a hot take on an indie sequel twenty years in the making…or, at least, the waiting. All that, on this edition of the OFCC Podcast.
This weeks critics include: Adam Chitwood (collider.com, @adamchitwood), Jeff Huston (Icantunseethatmovie.com, @cantunseethatmovie) and host Charles Elmore.
Free Fire (10:02)
Lost City Of Z (22:24)
The Promise (38:12)
The Discovery (47:33)
Jonathon Demme (57:37)
T2: Trainspotting (01:06:53)
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This week on The OFCC Podcast, we’ll review the big movies from the first half of April 2017 - including the latest in that very furious franchise – as well as take a look back at one of great films by the Coen Brothers, which celebrates its 30th Anniversary this month. That, plus hot takes on other new movies now playing in theaters and debuting on Netflix, all on this edition of the OFCC Podcast.
Our guests this week are:
Craig Sanger - film critic at Oklahoma City affiliate Fox 25.
Jason Black - critic for KJYO-FM in Oklahoma City, and contributor to I Heart Media.
Jeff Huston, contributing film critic for The Tulsa Voice and film blogger at www.ICan’tUnseeThatMovie.com.