In the 51st episode of Top 5 Film your hosts welcome Steve Zaragoza from Source Fed on the show to talk all about Peter Jackson's latest entry into the Middle Earth realm, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". The first of three more films highlighting J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved work. To coincide with The Hobbit being the first major motion picture to be released in 48 frames per second the group each list the top five ways they'd like to see High Frame Rate (HFR) utilized in the future. Much like PJ's films the boys make this an extended conversation, enjoy.
Friday, December 21, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
In the 50th episode of Top 5 Film your hosts welcome back /Film writer and film critic Germain Lussier to talk all about Disney acquiring the rights to Star Wars from George Lucas. For the Top 5 list, the group breaks down the top 5 things they would hate to see return in the coming sequels.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Monday, September 10, 2012
In episode 44 Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld talk director John Hillcoat's latest collaboration with musician/screen writer Nick Cave "Lawless." The duo also spend a majority of the episode breaking down their Top 5 movies from summer 2012.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
In our 43rd episode we welcome back guest Jay Hawkinson to talk movie road trips, vacations, and locations. The episode was inspired by a road trip Trevor Schoenfeld took with his family while on vacation in Oregon to visit Astoria, the town where "The Goonies," "Short Circuit," "Kindergarten Cop," and other movies were filmed. Jay joins the discussion with his thoughts on a recent visit to the Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King's novel The Shining. Tying into the vacation/road trip discussion, the group breaks down their Top 5 Vacation/Road Trip Movies.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
In the 42nd episode Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld welcome First Showing creator Alex Billington on the show to discuss Christopher Nolan's now completed Dark Knight trilogy. The group breaks down their Top 5 wishlist for what Warner Brothers could do next with the caped crusader. As usual, major spoilers are discussed throughout the episode.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
In episode 41 Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld open up a discussion on reboots focusing on the recently released "The Amazing Spider-Man" and ranking their Top 5 Reboots. The duo also get into talking a few previous reboots that were failures and a few films that they wouldn't mind seeing rebooted.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Our 40th episode is the second part to our Studio Ghibli, Disney-Pixar, Brave, and Top 5 Animated Heroines conversation with Sam Smith. This episode focuses on the groups Top 5 Animated Heroines.
In our 39th episode we welcome back Sam Smith on the show to talk about the Studio Ghibli retrospective that has been touring the United States, Disney/Pixar's latest "Brave," and our Top 5 Animated Heroines. With so much to talk about this episode will be broken into two parts. The first focusing on Studio Ghibli, Disney-Pixar, and Brave. The second part (episode 40) will feature a lengthy discussion on the groups Top 5 Animated Heroines.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
In the 38th episode we welcome esteemed film critic Scott E. Weinberg of FEAR.net and Movies.com on to the show to talk Ridley Scott's "Prometheus". The group talks at length about all of the theories, questions, and criticisms about the latest scifi as well as breaking down our Top 5 Spaceships from science fiction and horror movies. As with most of our episodes, there are spoilers within, listen at your own caution...
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
In our 37th episode we welcome back Germain Lussier of /Film to talk Wes Anderson's latest release "Moonrise Kingdom." We also spend quite a bit of time testing out the idea that Wes Anderson's weakest movie is better than most directors' best. The group also breaks down their Top 5 Star-Crossed Lovers movies.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Friday, April 20, 2012
In the 35th episode Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld welcome back guest Jen Yamato of Movie|Line to talk "The Cabin in the Woods". Being that 'Cabin' has had something of a controversial marketing campaign with spoilers revealed in the trailers and tv spots, we felt it a good time to dig right in and talk in depth about spoilers and how they effect the audience. While talking spoilers we decided to break down the Top 5 Movies You Should Never Spoil. Lastly, this episode contains major spoilers for "The Cabin in the Woods" and it is recommended that you see the movie before listening. You have been warned...
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
In our 32 episode Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld welcome back film critic John Gholson for Movies.com and Horrors Not Dead to talk Disney's latest action adventure "John Carter" directed by Andrew Stanton. The group also discusses their Top 5 Scifi Heroes.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
In our 31st episode Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld welcome back regular guest Germain Lussier of /Film to break down his Top 5 films from Sundance Film Festival 2012. Along with talking Germain's Top 5 from Park City he also covers a huge swath of quality films (and a few stinkers) screened at the ever popular film festival.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
In our 30th episode Jonathan Chang and Trevor Schoenfeld welcome Ryan Turek back on the show to talk a recent Friday the 13th double feature hosted by Creature Features and Shock Till You Drop. Including talking in general about the Friday the 13th franchise and its impact on the horror genre, we break down our Top 5 Friday the 13th kills across the twelve movies. We also talk about Joe Carnahan's latest directorial effort "The Grey."
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Trevor Schoenfeld and Jonathan Chang welcome Sam Smith back on the show to talk our favorite film scores and soundtracks from 2011. The group also run down their Top 5 Film Scores of 2011 and talk in general about how good or bad the year in film music was.