In this episode, we review Us with special guest Caitlin Boucher (cause Aimée refused to see it - the punk).
In this episode, we review The Umbrella Academy and the final season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, as well as the live action Dora the Explorer trailer, fighting The Good Fight over pay rates, celebrity life and the law, as well as discussing women in Horror film for LongReads.
In the latest episode of Lady Parts, we talk all things Captain Marvel
In this special episode of Lady Parts, Aimée interviews journalist, screenwriter and bestselling author Maria Lewis about her latest release The Witch Who Courted Death, and about all things wiccan and witchy. From The Craft to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and beyond, we take a look at witches in storytelling.
You can find out more about Maria’s work at marialewis.com.au.
Shoutout to Pro-Cam Broadcast Hire for their amazing support and incredible gear.
In the latest episode of Lady Parts, Sophie and Aimee talk Scrubs, Train to Busan, (belatedly) talk about the 2019 Oscars, the new Hellboy trailer, Rotten Tomatoes ditching user reviews before movie's are released, and talk all things superheroines ahead of Captain Marvel.
In the latest episode of Lady Parts, Aimee and Sophie review Robert Rodriguez' adaptation of the cult classic manga, Alita: Battle Angel.
In this episode, Sophie and Aimee talk Russian Doll and Sons of Anarchy, Max Landis and Casey Affleck making feminist films, the trailer for Australia's own Top End Wedding, the 4% challenge, and talk about the sexualisation of female robots ahead of reviewing Alita Battle Angel next week.
In the latest episode of Lady Parts, we review M. Night Shyamalan’s sequel to Unbreakable and Split, Glass.
In episode 36a, Aimee and Sophie talk about watch they're watching (Bright and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel respectively), before jumping into the latest news - everything from Marvel including the latest Captain Marvel and Spiderman Far From Home trailers, and the announcement of the Disney+ series', John Lasseter's employment at Skydance, and the changes to the British ratings system. Finally, they talk the #LongRead of the week - From Split to Psycho: why cinema fails dissociative identity disorder by Steve Rose, ahead of reviewing Glass next week.
In the first episode of 2019, Aimee and Sophie reflect on what they've watched over the break, including Bumblebee, The Favourite, Mortal Engines and Bird Box.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk She-Ra and A Star is Born, the first trailer for the new adaptation of The Lion King, the alleged nude photos leaked of Kit Harrington and it's relationship to #metoo, and review Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk Jane the Virgin and The Haunting of Hill House, the trailer for Miss Bala, Jason Blum’s cock-up, the sudden interest in women artists from history, and finally review A Simple Favor.
In this episode, Sophie explores the trials and tribulations of the first Academy Awards, from mixed categories, to WWI films, Janet Gaynor, Emil Jannings and Rin Tin Tin; and recommends her Top Five movies nominated from 1929.
In the first episode of The Oscars Project, get a glimpse of the invention of the cinema industry - from the creation of the cameras, to the scandals that made Hollywood famous.
Let me introduce you to The Oscars Project.
In this episode, Sophie and Aimee talk Bojack Horseman, The Good Place, the first trailer for Captain Marvel, #metoo and finally review Crazy Rich Asians.
0.00.21 The Good Place
0.05.50 Bojack Horseman
0.10.35 Captain Marvel trailer
0.15.05 The short road to redemption + the state of #metoo
0.34.10 Crazy Rich Asians review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk what they’ve been watching, EW’s fall movie preview, and review Marvel’s latest, Antman and the Wasp, and Australia’s Occupation.
0.01.00 Penny Dreadful and Preacher
0.09.10 EW’s Fall Movie Preview
0.16.20 Antman and the Wasp review
0.34.40 Occupation review
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk Jurassic World, Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger, LA’s Finest, LGBTQI characters in the MCU’s future, diversity in the new slate of cinematic rom coms and finally review Incredibles 2.
0.00.20 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
0.06.30 Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger
0.09.07 LA’s Finest
0.13.45 LGBTQI characters in the MCU
0.24.10 Are we nearing a new rom com renaissance?
0.32.50 Incredibles 2 review
In this episode, Aimee talks Sense8, Sophie talks Hereditary, and then we both discuss Chloe Dykstra’s open letter to an ex-boyfriend many believe to be Chris Hardwick, the trailer for Kiss Me First, whether or not horror is the most disrespected genre, and finally review Oceans 8.
In this episode, Aimee and Sophie talk all the Charmed reboot news – from the first trailer to the OG cast drama~, the latest #metoo response, the first trailer to Steve McQueen and Gillian Flynn’s film, Widows, and finally review Solo: A Star Wars Story.