Zach gets educated on the ways of Charlie Chaplin, and by the time his viewing of Modern Times ends, he comes to a realization that Stephen has been talking about for years.
In this episode of Zach on Film, what happens when a rich girl defies her father and runs away to be with the man she loves, only to meet another? Zach learns about the romantic comedy template in Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night.
The mind is a dangerous place, and memories can lead you down the wrong path. This week, Zach gets educated on a different type of storytelling with Christopher Nolan’s Memento.
This week on Zach on Film, Zach is out, but he’s providing a commentary track to Un Chien Andalou.
Zach doesn’t like to be scared, but that doesn’t stop him from watching An American Werewolf in London.
This week, Zach learns what it means to friend someone and have them unlike you on your social media space, as he takes a look at The Social Network.
This week, Zach examines the modern take on silent films with The Artist.
Riddley Scott’s Blade Runner is a sci-fi noir tale, but YouTube user Chet Desmond decided to try and cut a trailer for the film that made it feel like a noir film from the 1940′s. Watch the trailer after the jump and give your thoughts on his creation!
Zach sat down to watch The Dirties from the Kevin Smith Movie Club, and shares his thoughts with you.
“Two best friends are filming a comedy about getting revenge on the bullies at their high school. One of them isn’t joking.”
This week, Zach travels back to 1915 and the silent film that started the epic – D.W. Griffith’s Birth of a Nation
When Zach said he never heard of Gremlins, it had to go on the list – not because it is a particularly great movie, but because it was the movie that broke the rating system’s back.
Zach gets in the ring with Robert DeNiro and Martin Scorsese as he takes a poke at 1980′s Raging Bull.