This week, Jason and Lee discuss JUSTICE LEAGUE. We’re sorry … The film is directed by Joss Snyder, and stars Gal Gadot, Connie Nielsen, Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, Jeremy Irons, J.K. Simmons, and Miles Dyson.
This week marks the beginning of #AtlanticSC’s Guillermo de Toro Retrospective! We start off with a conversation on del Toro’s first two features: Cronos and Mimic!
This week, Jason and Lee are extremely happy to welcome returning guests Carrie Lynn and Jason Beaulieu for a roundtable discussion on Denis Villeneuve’s BLADE RUNNER 2049! The film stars water, advertising, and a dystopian landscape. That last bit there has had people stumble on some analyses …
This week, Jason and Lee take on one of the most divisive films this year (in years?), mother! written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, starring a pair of panties (oh la la …), lemons, a very useful doorknob, and cannibals.
This week, Jason and Lee have a conversation with Elizabeth Cappuccino and Max Talisman, two of the stars of SUPER DARK TIMES, a film directed by Kevin Phillips and written by Luke Piotrowski and Ben Collins.
This week, Jason and Lee are excited to discuss Shane Carruth’s UPSTREAM COLOR, a film that stars touching, paper rings, pigs, worms, and Walden.
This week, feeling inspired by James Cameron’s re-re-re-release of TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY in cinemas, but this time in 3D, Jason and Lee decided to re-release a SPECIAL EDITION RE-ISSUE of #AtlanticSC’s TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY episode from Season 1.
This week on #AtlanticSC, Jason and Lee have a very relaxed and fun discussion on David Lowery’s A GHOST STORY. Your beloved co-hosts are accompanied by ‘W.M. Horsey’ himself, Mike Denniston, from a series of podcasts that include War Machine vs. War Horse, The Grand Gesture, and Original Remake.
This week on #AtlanticSC, Jason and Lee discuss SUPER DARK TIMES, a high school thriller directed by Kevin Phillips, starring Owen Campbell, Charlie Tahan, Elisabeth Cappuccino, and Max Talisman.
This week, #AtlanticSC talks Christopher Nolan’s latest, DUNKIRK, a film that stars tension, suspense, and LOUD NOISES!
#AtlanticSC is back! Jason and Lee are forced out of summer break by Edgar Wright’s latest effort: BABY DRIVER! The film stars tire squeals, cassette tapes, and Flea from Back to the Future Parts II and III.
This week, Jason and Lee close out #AtlanticSC Season 2 by going in-depth on ALIEN: COVENANT, a film directed by SIR Ridley Scott, starring spores, storms, and a titillating flute playing sequence! *shiver*
On this week’s #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee are joined by JD Duran from the InSession Film Podcast. All three of us try to remain thematically relevant whilst discussing our respective film selections with dramatic urgency! We discuss anticipating Alien: Covenant, watching Colossal, Capote, and The Founder.
This week, Jason and Lee talk GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2, a film directed by James Gunn, starring intergalactic batteries and Microsoft’s hit MP3 player, the Zune.
On this week’s #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee are joined by one of their favorite people, Chelsea Williford from Chelsea Loves Movies! Among other things, we discuss Lee’s screening of The Promise, the Hobbit Trilogy, Being 17, and Collateral. Jason mentions he wants to kill the characters in Moana…
This week, #AtlanticSC takes on FATE OF THE FURIOUS directed by F. Gary Gray and starring family, family, a wrecking ball, and FAMILY!
On this episode of #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee are joined by Collin Llewellyn from the Another Film Podcast. We discuss Mad Men, The Last Jedi teaser, and at one point, Jason compares the film Lion to porn…
This week, #AtlanticSC finally turns its attention to a film Jason considers one of the best of the new millenium, Jonathan Glazer’s UNDER THE SKIN, a film that stars Scarlett Johansson dipping men into black goop because… science-fiction. The wonderful Carrie Lynn joins us to breakdown the film.
For the second instalment of #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee are joined by Gavin from Mini Media Reviews. For some reason, Cannibalism has us giggling. Try to stick through it… if you can stomach it.
Here it is! The first episode of #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee’s new subsidiary show to the #AtlanticSC Podcast.
On #AtlanticSCNEXT, we want to bring guests on to have free form conversations about film, filmmaking, what we watched during the week.
This week, #AtlanticSC covers KONG: SKULL ISLAND and GODZILLA (2014)! We know we’re a week behind on everyone (3 years for Godzilla!), but we don’t care because of reasons. The films star a huge fucking ape and a giant fucking lizard. Budweiser is in there too.
Lastly, we aren’t alone this week because we’re accompanied by Liam Underwood and Jack Kempster from the wonderful NERD ON NERD Podcast!
Because #AtlanticSC continuously needs to promote itself as a fresh new podcast to be reckoned with, Jason and Lee chose to do like everyone else and have a discussion about LOGAN, the latest film in the X-Men universe, and Hugh Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart’s last incarnations of Logan and Professor Charles Xavier, respectively. Enjoy our originality!
This week, Jason and Lee discuss JOHN WICK CHAPTER 2 and all the action, stunts and world-building therein. The film stars the man, the myth, and the legend himself… Peter Stormare. By the way, Jason screwed up again… he used his cell phone to text during the recording, so at around the one hour mark, clicks can be heard for the remainder of the show. Jason has since called John Wick to come teach him a lesson so it won’t happen again. However, Jason has misplaced the gold coin, so… fingers crossed all goes well.
#AtlanticSC kicks off its 2nd season with amateurish audio issues… BUT, Jason and Lee have an in-depth talk about M. Night Shyamalan’s latest feature, SPLIT, and his 2004 release, the maligned THE VILLAGE. Both SPLIT and THE VILLAGE star some form of beast, some form of beauty, and… oh wait… what?
The conversation becomes somewhat of a retrospective of Shyamalan’s filmography as your hosts link specific themes back to THE SIXTH SENSE, UNBREAKABLE, SIGNS, and THE VISIT.
This week, #AtlanticSC closes out their Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective with a discussion on the director’s latest film, INHERENT VICE. To close out the retrospective in style, no to mention show how reactions to INHERENT VICE were divisive, Jason and Lee decided to invite some friends to share their thoughts on the film.
The film stars drug use throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity, language and some violence… “But, that’s Shasta… she’s a fun character.”
Happy New Year! After a short break, #AtlanticSC is ready to kick off 2017 by looking back at their favorite films of 2016. Jason’s and Lee’s respective lists do not necessarily represent what consist of the “best” films of 2016, but rather the films they had the most affection for. Feel free to destroy their choices in the comment section. They know how cathartic and important it is to release negative feelings, which is why they provide you with content to interact with.
This week, Jason and Lee dedicate episode 18 of #AtlanticSC entirely to Star Wars and the new anthology film entitled Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The film stars lots of planets, Forest Whitaker, and a strange, blind squid that can live out of water and has the same powers as Professor X.
This week, Jason and Lee suck the joy out of Christmas as they destroy George Seaton’s Miracle on 34th Street. The film stars Macy’s department store, sexism, sexual frustration and psychotherapy. Ho, ho, ho…
This week, Jason and Lee are joined by Brendan Cassidy from the InSession Film Podcast to talk about Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. The film stars lots of alcohol, multiple lines of questioning, and the New York Times Best Seller “The Split Sabre.”
Episode 15 of #AtlanticSC finds Jason and Lee at their most pretentious, as they continue their Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective with 2007’s There Will Be Blood. The film stars oil derricks, a church, and a bastard from a basket.
Episode 14 of #AtlanticSC has Jason and Lee discussing Denis Villeneuve’s latest hit, the sensational Arrival. The film stars Abbott and Costello and lots of finger painting.
This week’s episode of #AtlanticSC is Part 2 of the Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective. In this second part of the retrospective, Jason and Lee tackle Anderson’s Magnolia (1999) and Punch-Drunk Love (2002).
For Episode 12: Doctor Strange, Jason and Lee are accompanied by the guy who wrote the #AtlanticSC theme song, Jason Beaulieu. Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Michael Stuhlbarg and Benjamin Bratt.
This week, Jason and Lee give Jack Reacher naysayers the two-fingered salute as they underline both the negatives and the positives of Tom Cruise’s latest action/comedy. The film is directed by Edward Zwick and stars Tom Cruise running, Tom Cruise sweating, Tom Cruise fighting, Tom Cruise bleeding, Tom Cruise threatening, and Tom Cruise killing.
This week’s episode, much to Lee’s surprise, finds Jason in a great mood because Episode 10 signals the start of #AtlanticSC’s Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective. In this first part of the retrospective, Jason and Lee tackle Anderson’s first feature film released in 1996 entitled Hard Eight (Sydney), as well as his follow up, the now classic Boogie Nights (1997).
This week on #AtlanticSC, Jason and Lee tackle one of the most divisive movies of 2016, Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot. The movie stars Sony products such as Vaio, Blu-ray, and also others secretly owned by Sony such as Coca-Cola, H&M (who collaborate with Coca-Cola), Hi-C, and Pringles.
You voted for it on the #AtlanticSC Twitter poll (claiming 53%), so this week Jason and Lee discuss Akira Kurosawa’s classic epic, Seven Samurai. The film was released in 1954 and stars Toshiro Mifune and Takeshi Shimura.
Jason and Lee revisit a childhood classic on episode 7 of the #AtlanticSC podcast: Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991). The film was directed by James Cameron and stars Earl Boen, Jenette Goldstein and Don and Dan Stanton.
On Episode 6 of the ASC Podcast, Jason and Lee discuss 1971’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Lee explains how Willy Wonka is characterized as only half an adult, while Jason has a bone to pick with literary critics. The film was directed by Mel Stuart and stars the Wonka Bar and the late, great Gene Wilder.
Although Jason and Lee both really enjoyed Captain America Civil War (2016), on Episode 5 of the Atlantic Screen Connection podcast, they get very nit picky about the film. Captain America Civil War (2016) is directed by the Russo Brothers and stars Don Cheadle, Marisa Tomei, Emily VanCamp, and Hope Davis.
Episode 4 of #AtlanticSC finds Jason and Lee gushing over John Carney’s indie wonder, Sing Street. The film stars a series of newcomers as well as Little Finger from Game of Thrones and Vera Bates from Downton Abbey. Thanks for listening! Be sure to come talk film with us!
This week, amid a few audio issues, Jason and Lee have fun disagreeing about Hail, Caesar! (2016) directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, and starring George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Josh Brolin, Alden Ehrenreich, Tilda Swinton and Channing Tatum.
On Episode 2 of the Atlantic Screen Connection podcast, Jason and Lee discuss the drawbacks of overhyping movies and the reception of Suicide Squad (2016), directed by David Ayer and starring a bunch of actors including Adam Beach.
Jason and Lee kick off the Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast with none other than Jason Bourne (2016) directed by Paul Greengrass and starring Matt Damon, Vincent Cassel, Tommy Lee Jones, and Alicia Vikander.