Last week, Jake was out enjoying himself (and chaos ensued). This week, its Meredith who will be absent and Jake is attempting to wrangle control of the show in her stead. The discussion will cover myriad pop culture topics. Be sure to tune in and witness what will likely be the oddest show of the year.
This week on the show Jake is going to be out but Meredith roped in a special guest host in local comedian Ryan Terry to discuss Pacific Rim Uprising. Anime references and giant monsters plus John Boyega. What’s not to love? Tune in to hear the discussion.
This week on the show we sat down to discuss Cory Finley’s directorial debut Thoroughbreds starring Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor Joy. It is also notably the final film of the late Anton Yelchin. We found the film to be masterfully crafted with only minor points to quibble over. The episode is largely a discussion of why the murderous sociopath is such a popular film trope and a treatise on why a well crafted script is the starting point for any great film.
This week on the show, we talk about one of the most buzzed about films from last year’s festival circuit, Cory Finley’s debut film Thoroughbreds starring Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor Joy and featuring the final performance of the late Anton Yelchin. Be sure to tune in this Thursday at 8pm Central on KPFT HD3.
Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s seminal classic A Wrinkle in Time is in theaters now. Jake and Meredith sit down to discuss where the film soars and where the film sinks and what that means for the future of DuVernay, who has proven herself to be one of the most interesting directors working today.
It’s time to tesser, y’all. This week on Pop and Schlock LIVE, Jake and Meredith take aim at Disney’s adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s Classic #AWrinkleInTime. Be sure to join us at 8pm CST this Thursday 8/15 as we break down the important questions surround Ava DuVernay’s ambitious big budget blockbuster.