This week, Steve assembles his Mikey Fissel (Reel World Theology) and Paul Muzzin (director, CHASING ATLANTIS) as they dig into ALIEN: COVENANT, Ridley Scott’s controversial sequel to PROMETHEUS. The film has proven itself divisive amongst fans and critics but has a lot more to say than people think (or does it?). Want to continue to… [Read More]
The Light Between Oceans is set on Janus, a small island far off the coast of Western Australia. The Roman god it is named after has two faces and is often thought to be looking to both the past and future (hence the year starts in January, also named after Janus.) Janus Island we discover… [Read More]
This week on the show, ScreamFish auteur Jason Norton and newbie Sue Banik join Steve to take on X-MEN: APOCALYPSE! Plus, they face off in the ultimate trivia challenge: the X-Off! Want to continue to conversation at home? Click the link below to download ‘Fishing for More’ — some small group questions for you to… [Read More]
The year of blockbusters continues as FOX offers it’s latest franchise entry into the mix. Although technically a “Marvel” film, the X-Men have long been under the FOX umbrella (thus the reason no crossover with Avengers… yet). After 15 years of the X-men franchise–and depending on whether or not you count Deadpool—X-Men: Apocalypse is either the 8th or… [Read More]
The ScreenFish staff compiled some of their favorites for the top Academy Award prizes. The results were… varied. Best Actor Chris: Leo. It’s his time. Don’t hate. Dude gave his guts and glory to film that puppy in freezing cold temps. That’s how it’s done, kiddos! Darrel: This one I see as very close… [Read More]
The Oscar races this year are absolutely clear cut… in my mind. Having seen fourteen of the nominated films (out of approximately sixteen films in the major categories), these are my favorites to win. At Best Actor, the portrayal of screenwriter and Communist Dalton Trumbo by Bryan Cranston put him in rare air, not that of the illicit drugs… [Read More]
I begrudgingly watched another Steve Jobs film. Seriously, was there more information to be covered, some new angle to be unveiled? As a matter of fact, there was. Thanks to Danny Boyle’s (Sunshine, 127 Hours, Slumdog Millionaire) direction and Michael Fassbender’s nuanced performance, Steve Jobs is a worthy Academy Award nominee with Fassbender’s portrayal of Jobs at its center. While… [Read More]
Steve Jobs had a very simple attitude about life: “Be reasonable; do it my way.” But pride doesn’t always bring about the results we might want.