It's men on Men as Dallas and Lee review Alex Garland's latest movie which sees a young woman go on a solo vacation to the English countryside following the death of her ex-husband.
Katie Smith-Wong joins Lee and Dallas to review 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' which follows an aging Chinese immigrant who is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led.
Lee welcomes actor Brittney Rodriguez who plays June in Sean Baker's Red Rocket.
Mikey Saber (Simon Rex) returns home to Texas City after 17-year absence and gets himself a gig as a dealer with a weed business run by Leondria and her daughter June who also acts as an enforcer.
Lee welcomes actor Bree Elrod, who plays Lexi, that reunites with her estranged husband Mikey Saber (Simon Rex) after he returns home to Texas City after a 17-year absence in Sean Baker's Red Rocket.
Dallas and Lee return to 1979, where a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in a secluded farmhouse in rural Texas. Their reclusive, elderly hosts take a special interest in their young guests and, as night falls in, the couple’s leering interest takes a violent turn.
Dallas and Lee travel to Texas City, Texas where a down and out ex-porn star Mikey Saber decides to crawl back to his hometown, where his estranged wife and mother-in-law are living. Just as this dysfunctional family seems to be making things work, Mikey meets a young woman named Strawberry working the cash register at a local donut shop.
We also preview some upcoming interviews with Bree 'Lexi' Elrod and Brittney 'June' Rodriguez and dive into our interviews archive with the films co-writer Chris Bergoch.
Lee welcomes Frankie Wilson who plays Frankie, Julie's housemate, close friend and actor in Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir, Part I & II.
Dallas and Lee travel to the near future where a family reckons with questions of love, connection, and loss after their A.I. helper unexpectedly breaks down.
Dallas and Lee review A24's first sequel, Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir, Part II. In the aftermath of her tumultuous relationship with a charismatic and manipulative older man, Julie begins to untangle her fraught love for him in making her graduation film, sorting fact from his elaborately constructed fiction.
Dallas and Lee review Josephine Decker's adaptation of The Sky Is Everywhere which follows Lennie a teen musical prodigy who is grieving the death of her sister when she finds herself caught between a new guy at school and her sister’s devastated boyfriend. Through her vivid imagination and conflicted heart, Lennie navigates first love and first loss.
Lee Hutchison and Dallas King tackle every single movie released by A24, one of the most groundbreaking companies distributing some of the industry's most original films. We also bring you interviews with the people behind Eighth Grade, Hereditary, The Florida Project, Under The Skin, Midsommar, The Lighthouse, The Farewell, Waves and much more.