To celebrate the release of The Invisible Man, Leigh Whannell’s clever reimagining of the classic Universal monster movie, Adam Nayman joins the show to help construct a shrine to the greatest creatures, ghouls, aliens, oversized apes, and ineffable spirits in film history (1:03). Then, Whannell joins Sean to talk about the making of his new movie, casting Elisabeth Moss as the protagonist of the story, and the unlikely inspirations he channeled (47:30).
The Monster Movie Hall of Fame and ‘The Invisible Man’
Leigh Whannell joins Sean to talk about the making of his new movie, casting Elisabeth Moss as the protagonist of the story, and the unlikely inspirations he channeled
WWE Commentator Byron Saxton Talks WWE Journey, Future Goals, Favorite Roles, and Wild Eating Habits
Rosenberg also tells you what’s on his radar at Elimination Chamber this weekend
Arsenal Have Work to Do in the Champions League, Carabao Cup Final Preview and Supporting the Bundesliga Fans
Ian is joined by Ryan Hunn and Musa Okwonga to discuss Porto’s 1-0 win over Arsenal in the Champions League round of 16 and the Carabao Cup final this weekend
James Allcott is joined by Henry Hill and Daniel Cook to take an in-depth look at two of the biggest clubs in the world, Real Madrid and Barcelona
Real wages have been growing, but many Americans still don’t buy the idea that things are getting better for the economy. What is the real significance of real wages?
‘Drive-Away Dolls’ and Book Club No. 1—Francis Ford Coppola, ‘Apocalypse Now,’ and ‘The Path to Paradise’
Adam Nayman joins to discuss ‘Drive-Away Dolls,’ the latest solo Coen movie, and Sean and Amanda dig into the first entry in The Big Picture Book Club