The Flash is heading into a crazy few weeks of episodes starting March 17th as a poster and trailer highlight the upcoming villains.
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Zach, Rodrigo and Stephen are all back together again this week to give a review about Neil Blomkamp’s third film Chappie!
With the entire Internet freaking out that we have finally reached to the year Back to the Future 2 takes place, it’s a perfect time to release a documentary based on the franchise.
Many were excited to see new images for the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, but the studio decided to balance out those emotions by pushing back the already announced sequel.
Fan films have been jumping up and then getting taken down on the Internet over the last week, so it’s time we dive into the murky legal waters of fan films on Zach on Film! Don’t miss the conversation with Jason Inman!
Adi Shankar set the Internet on fire last week when he released his “dark and gritty” Power Rangers fan film and is looking to do it again with an animated James Bond bootleg.
Damien Chazelle creating and debuted a short film at Sundance last year titled Whiplash in order to gather funding for a full feature that turned out to be an Oscar winner. thankfully we can now watch the J.K. Simmons short film online.
How involved should creators be when their work is adapted for a new medium? Can we cut it out with the hosts already and let award winners give the speeches they want to give? Those topics and your comments all on this episode!
The FAA has proposed new limitations for the use of drones so Zach and Stephen sit down to discuss the positives about what is on the table along with how the technology is affecting filmmaking. Also, an Oscar alternative!
Bare walls means space for nerdy art. Buttons, Ferbys, Ghostbusters, Cats, raccoons, Presidential dinosaurs, it’s all here on a new episode of The Want List.
The Wachowski siblings have been up and down with their releases since The Matrix in 1999, so will their latest rise to the occasion or will it leave audiences wanting more? Stephen and Zach review Jupiter Ascending this week on Zach on Film!
Are creators responsible for how audiences react to their work? That is the question Zach, Stephen, Rodrigo, and Matthew discuss this week, along with comments for listeners like you and Zach’s thoughts on American Sniper. It’s the start of the new Zach on Film!
We have seen multiple iterations of the Sherlock Holmes character in recent years, but take a look at this clip from Mr. Holmes and see what Ian McKellen is bringing to the character.
The LEGO Ideas site has generated incredibly popular sets designed by the amazing LEGO community and two more sets have been picked for production: Doctor Who and Wall-E!