We're back with frequent collaborator and 2nd time co-host, Stephen Silver (@stephensilver) to discuss all the major goings on in Hollywood, the biggest snubs and surprises in the Oscars nominations, and our predictions for the 91st Academy Awards.
We're back (Shannon, Dareece, and Dario) and we're ready to discuss our thoughts about the Oscars and most importantly see who won from our prior predictions. But first we open by getting Shannon and Dario's opinions about Black Panther and close with discussions about Lion King 2, Sandlot 2, and Disney's continued (lackluster) effort at making live-adaptations of their classic animated films - which spawned the meme worthy phrase, "You don't know about Kovu bro?!". As well, as Shannon's Top 5 Stephen King adaptations and new shows like Counterpart and Hap and Leonard that you should all check out.
We have returned with the next episode of The Fearless Show and on this episode we give our reactions to this year's Oscars and we see who picked the most winners. We also talk about new shows and films we've been watching, in particular Marvel and Netflix's latest, Iron Fist. Then we close things out by discussing Dareece's recent exhibit opening in our hometown of Colorado Springs and any upcoming art shows he plans on checking out.
It's Oscars season! And just like we did with the Grammys, we're giving our picks on who and what we think will be the big winners of the night. Considering there were so many big names this year like Moonlight, La La Land, Fences, Manchester by the Sea, and others, it should be a crazy night. We also had to touch on how NY reacted to the travel ban (sorry we had to), and later in the show we give our thoughts on the movies we saw from the Best Picture category and whether we thought this year's diversity was constructed or just a happy coincidence.
We're back talking about the rapidly evolving Jussie Smollett situation, the brilliance of The Umbrella Academy and Russian Doll, our thoughts, opinions, and impressions about this years Oscars ceremony, and we see who got the most winner predictions right.
·2 min read
This year’s usual Oscars reaction followed another, more old-school right-wing freakout over entertainment. When the Parkland high school massacre led to more of an anti-gun cultural groundswell than such tragedies typically have, those on the other side of the issue turned to a typical alternate scapegoat: Hollywood, and video games.
For this show we have Shannon Griffiths, frequent writer and collaborator, joining us as a co-host. We ask her what shows she's currently watching and her thoughts on Time's Up and this recent wave of change washing across Hollywood and how that may affect this year's Oscars. Then we give our annual predictions on the winners and react to the biggest snubs and surprises.
·3 min read
2017 was just what the Academy needed after the past few years' increasing outcry over the Oscars' lack of diversity. They bounced back with a record list of diversity that almost seemed too good to be true. But ultimately I chalk it up to more lucky coincidence than manufactured inclusion, and it's brought us one step closer to our films truly becoming art imitating life and the world around us.
No More Content