It's good to be back! After a long hiatus to contemplate life and figure things out, Jenny Nulf and Ryan Oliver are back to be your moral compasses when it comes to genre and horror films. However, on this special episode, we will be extending our discussion outside of normal genre fare by revealing our top 10 lists for 2015. It was a strong year at the movies, and we reflect back on it fondly.
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On our sixth episode of Unspooled Reel, hosts Jenny Nulf and Ryan Oliver get arrested and hauled off to a post-apocalyptic setting where there's no fresh air.
We discuss two films that are now available to rent on various VOD platforms - new 'Spider-Man' helmer Jon Watts' directorial debut 'Cop Car' and Craig Zobel's adaptation of Robert C. Obrien's novel 'Z for Zachariah.'
WARNING: We get into heavy spoilers regarding 'Z for Zachariah' around 38:52.
On our next episode, we will be discussing Ridley Scott's hotly anticipated adaptation of Andy Weir's 'The Martian.' As always, thanks for listening!
This week on Unspooled Reel, hosts Jenny Nulf and Ryan Oliver get an unexpected online package, for better or ill, as they dive into Joel Edgerton's directorial debut 'The Gift' and the found-footage film 'Unfriended.'
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Radiohead, TLC, and The Lonely Island would be proud as Jenny and Ryan talk about 'Creep,' the debut film of Patrick Brice that stars him and Mark Duplass. A lot of praise is thrown towards 'Creep,' both in its clever subversions in the horror-comedy genre, as well as utilizing the found-footage aspect to the best of its ability. 'Creep' is currently streaming on Netflix Instant.
Jenny and Ryan ride to the Australian Wasteland on the second episode of Unspooled Reel as they review 'Mad Max: Fury Road.' While everyone and their moms are talking about the film, we join the conversation over George Miller's return to the 'Mad Max' franchise.