The Favourite

“An acerbic and abrasively funny period piece featuring three of the best female performances of the year.”

Ep. 106 – American Made, Battle of the Sexes, Gerald’s Game, Fantastic Fest recap, and home video reviews of Wonder Woman, The Big Sick and A Ghost Story

After some technical difficulties, The CineSnob Podcast is back for the 106th time with reviews of “American Made,” “Battle of the Sexes” and “Gerald’s Game.” Cody also fills us in on his time at Fantastic Fest, and reviews home video releases of “Wonder Woman,” “The Big Sick” and “A Ghost Story.” Click here to download […]

Battle of the Sexes

“More interested in telling a lustful love story than it is talking about equality, gender gaps or even tennis.”

Ep. 96 – Get Out, our Oscar picks, and Moonlight hits home video

[iframe style=”border:none” src=”//″ height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review the new horror/comedy from Jordan Peele, “Get Out.” They also hand out their Oscar picks, and take look at “Moonlight” as it hits home release on Tuesday. [00:00-17:45] Intro/inside podcast talk [17:45-41:29] Oscar picks […]

La La Land

“An adorable, choreographed-to-a-fault work of art. Stone and Gosling light up every scene.”

Magic in the Moonlight

“Fails to reach the level of intellect and wit one would hope director Allen could always recreate.”

The Croods

“Funny sight gags are what will keep children under the age of eight the most fascinated.”

Gangster Squad

“A glossed-over crime drama that feels like it’s been pulled straight from the Sunday funnies.”

The Amazing Spider-Man

“Average reboot of the series that offers slight tweaks but never commands the mythology as its own.”

The Help

“A moving and somewhat frustrating dramedy set in the midst of the simmering ’60s Civil Rights Era.”

Easy A

“Despite Emma Stone’s enjoyable performance, the film is all snap and no substance.”