Wes Anderson directs a television commercial for H&M and it may just be the perfect primer for those wanting to know what the director’s style is like.
Zach travels to the land of South Korean films this week, with a look at The Good, The Bad, and The Weird.
This week Zach discovers Chinese Cinema and takes on a big topic with Hero.
We go back to the theater this week to check out Marvel’s Doctor Strange.
Marvel’s Doctor Strange opened in U.S. theaters this past weekend, and brought in a lot of money – $85 million to be exact. On estimated budget of $165 million, the film has brought in $325,389,000 worldwide. But is it good?
What happens when a genre truly becomes exploitive and a film comes a long to address representation in Hollywood? This week, we discuss Robert Townsend’s Hollywood Shuffle.
Who’s the black private dick, who’s a hit with all the chicks? That’s right, we’re talkin’ Shaft this week on Zach on Film.
How close are Dazed and Confused and Everybody Wants Some? Find out in this week’s discussion on Zach on Film.
Zach and the gang relive the last day of school with a look back at the 1993 cult classic, Dazed and Confused.
This week we come down from the high of Better Off Dead and examine Savage Steve Holland’s followup flick, One Crazy Summer.
What do you do when your girlfriend breaks up with you? Find out as we discuss Savage Steve Holland’s 1985 classic, Better Off Dead.
We wrap up our look at the movies from 1969, but taking a long hard look at Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West.
This week on Zach on Film, we break from the norm, and discuss… just about everything from Stranger Things to viral videos, to the new ways we consume media. This is Zach on Film.
So you think you’re a stud and you are going make it New York City? Well, Joe Buck, you might want to change out of that cowboy getup first. This week, we take a look at Midnight Cowboy.