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.
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.