With Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody about to rock its way into theaters, we're thinking about the most glam decade of them all, the 1970s. We look at our favorite films that capture that decade in all its cocaine-fueled highs and equally cocaine-fueled lows. Be they time capsules from the '70s themselves or modern attempts to capture the swagger and madness of that decade, we'll be discoing our way through all of them.
In Worth Mentioning we cover Bad Time at the El Royale and The Old Man & the Gun.
With Rob traveling for work the AE crew takes an oldie, but a goodie out of the archives with Top 5 Witch Movies.
The new Halloween (third film of that title) brings back Michael Meyers, one of the most infamous of all movie psycho killers. In anticipation of the piles of dead babysitters sure to follow, we're going to scare ourselves silly by telling tales of all our favorite movie psychos, serial killers, slashers, and every sort of person of murd'rous intent.
Neil Armstrong biopic First Man is about to rocket into theaters, and we're celebrating by talking about our absolute favorite movies set in the inky black vacuum of space. Sci-fi swashbucklers, rigorously sober scientific true stories - if it celebrates the infinite wonders of the universe, it's fair game.
In Worth Mentioning we cover two new releases with A Star is Born and Night School.
Lady Gaga goes off the deep end in the fourth version of A Star Is Born. While we watch as she dives in, and wonder if she'll ever meet the ground, we're going to spend some time looking at the other times that musical superstars have taken their turn at acting. From Cher in Moonstruck, to Cher in Silkwood, to Cher in Burlesque, to Cher in The Witches of Eastwickor, if you're some kind of absolute fucking sicko, to somebody who is not Cher.
In Worth Mentioning we cover Mandy, Hold the Dark and Life Itself.