Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. At the North Pole, the Christmas rush is on. Everyone from elves to the reindeer are merrily preparing for Santa Claus’s yearly visit. Everyone except Santa! Feeling forgotten by the children of the world, old St….
Our friends from Brickwall Pictures, chose to review Rankin/Bass produced stop motion Christmas movies for their 2016 Brickwall Pictures Christmas special. Where does Santa’s suit come from? Why does he slide down the chimney? Why does he live at the North Pole? The answers to all these questions and the origins of our favorite holiday…
In this gameshow style challenge, Tara Hartnett and Sam Kench compete to identify songs that were famously used in movies. Play along at home, there are three points available for each song, song name, artist/band name, and the name of a movie it was used in.
Tara Hartnett and Sam Kench accidentally vlogged while recording a review for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Sword of Destiny which can be seen here review
Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the Netflix made sequel “Crouching Tiger, hidden Dragon: The Sword of destiny” starring Michelle Yeoh and Donnie Yen and directed by Yuen Woo-Ping. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter @brickwallfilms
Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the 2015 dystopian absurdist drama The Lobster directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, written by Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou, and starring Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Olivia Colman and John C. Reilly. If you think The Lobster looks interesting you can click here to check it out on Amazon
Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review the 2012 animated film It’s Such a Beautiful Day written, directed, and voiced by Don Hertzfeldt. There was a professional audio set up for this review done by Brian Hubbard. Click HERE to watch the review.
Sam Kench and Tara Hartnett review Room from 2015 written by Emma Donoghue (adapted from her own novel), directed by Lenny Abrahamson (Who directed the excellent Frank the year before) and starring Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay. Video Review