In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff reflect on the epic journey that has been Sam Raimi's filmography. They take one last look at each of his films and then rank them and then they announce their director for next season!
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff take a look at Sam Raimi's 14th and final film, Oz, The Great and Powerful. Together they take a look at Disney's almost 90 year love affair with the world of Oz, how Raimi made an Oz prequel without it being connected to the 1930's classic, casting and so much more.
It's our 1st Birthday and Craig and Geoff are celebrating by talking about Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me To Hell. They reflect on the last 12 months of FFTL, take a look at the films journey to the screen and much more all while Geoff tries to not vomit discussing the grosser moments of the film.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff talk Spider-Man 3, the final instalment to Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. It's a film that may not quite work but together Craig and Geoff look at the film's positives, how much of Raimi's past work is found within and the relationships between the characters within the trilogy.
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff return for the second installment of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. What is often seen as one of the most important superhero films does not disappoint and together they look at the films journey to screen, why Tobey Maguire was almost replaced and more.
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff are joined again by Andrew Milos from Big Dog Comedy. Together they discuss Spider-Man's journey to get to the silver screen, Raimi's journey to Spider-Man and the film that changed the superhero genre.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff head to the south to watch Sam Raimi's 9th film, the supernatural thriller, The Gift. Together they discuss the film, Raimi's previous work and how it influenced this film and also their thoughts on psychic's.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff discuss Sam Raimi's romantic baseball love letter, For Love of the Game. Together they chat sports films, Craig's love of Kevin Costner and all things Romance films.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff take a look at Sam Raimi's 7th film, his Hitchcockian thriller, A Simple Plan. We discuss the origins of the film from page to screen, the casting and how this unique film sits within Sam Raimi's filmography.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff are joined in the studio by a very special guest, John Killian. Together they discuss the film, Sharon Stone's role as a producer, it's incredible cast and so much more.
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff return to The Evil Dead franchise for the final instalment, Army of Darkness. It's the most comedic entry to the series but that makes it all the more intriguing. Listen in as they discuss the franchise, the journey to screen and Bruce Campbell's incredible performance.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff continue on their journey through Sam Raimi's filmography by taking a look at his dark superhero film, Darkman. Starring Liam Neeson it's a gothic film that is filled with 80's action and a few moments of madness. Craig and Geoff take a look at the film, it's journey to the screen and how it sits within Raimi's body of work so far.
In this week's episode Craig and Geoff head back to the cabin with Ash. Is it back, or were they never really there? Either way the guys have a great time discussing the films timeline in context of the franchise, the journey to screen and everything in between.
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff take a look at Sam Raimi's kooky crime comedy, Crimewave. It is a crazy ride that involved studio tampering, drug fuelled antics and a whole mess of madness. All in all it's an adventure that we loved taking.
In this week's episode, Craig and Geoff take a look at Sam Raimi's debut film, The Evil Dead. It's a film that was highly censored upon release and in some cases even banned. It's ingenuity and originality, coupled with its controversy sees the film now considered a cult horror classic. It's one heck of a ride and the guys have a great time chatting about all aspects of the film.
From First To Last is Back! Season 3 focuses on the work of Sam Raimi and in this episode Craig and Geoff take a look at his filmography and the films that could have been. It's a deep look into Raimi and the perfect lead up for the season ahead.