Intercut is a weekly podcast covering the latest in movies, TV & entertainment hosted by The AtZ Show & Let Me Explain’s Arturo Zurita and Multiplex’s Zach Shevich.
The Emmys are over and Oscar season has just begun. Art & Zach are back from Toronto and joined by Producer Fernando to run through their highlights from the film festival as well as their thoughts on the Emmys. Also, what we've been watching and Picks for the Week!
What happens when superheroes collide with capitalism? The Boys, Amazon Prime's massively popular new show, adapts the comic books of the same name into a subversive show full of expletives and gory violence. Kevin from SayGoodnightKevin joins Art & Zach to break down what they like about this new series.
Art & Zach are back from the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival and are joined by Alina Montemayor to recap all the movies they saw while there. Festival highlights, potential awards candidates and more. Listen for our thoughts on some of the most exciting upcoming films!
Send in the clowns. The iconic Batman villain, Joker, is back in theaters at the center of his very own movie and it's been getting Oscar buzz! Does this movie belong among the film festival selections of the season? Will Joaquin Phoenix win an Academy Award for the same role that netted one for Heath Ledger? Listen to find out Art & Zach's thoughts.
Disney and Amazon want you to settle down with them and stop dating around so much. The Matrix returns. Searching gets a sequel. The Hunt is over. Also, What We're Watching and our Picks for the Week!
Does Quentin Tarantino's new movie disrespect Bruce Lee? Why does de-aging technology make sense for Martin Scorsese's upcoming The Irishman? How many times are you allowed to punch Dwayne Johnson? Answers to these questions and more on this week's Intercut podcast!
Marvel reveals its plans for Phase Four. The Emmy nominations are out. There's a new Lion King, but does the 2019 version have what it takes to take the crown from the 1994 version? It's a jam-packed catch-up week on Intercut. Also, What We're Watching and Picks for the Week!
We're taking a trip to Sweden. Ari Aster's follow-up to Hereditary follows a group of friends whose trip to a midsommar festival becomes increasing bizarre and horrific. Florence Pugh captivates in the starring role of MIdsommar, but we have to ask, is this actually a horror movie? What is behind the lore? What's with that ending? We dive deep on Midsommar for Let Us Explain.