by Patrick Bromley
LIVE 400th episode this Sunday, watch these excellent movies available for streaming!
late last year, when it became one of my favorite film discoveries of 2016. Raquel Welch plays a woman who's left for dead after her husband is murdered, so she teams up with a gunfighter (played by Robert Culp, who is incredible here) to get revenge on the men responsible. If you can get past some of the period ugliness, Hannie Caulder is a great movie. I'm so glad it's available to stream and that more people will be able to discover it for themselves. (Watch on Amazon Prime Video)
subject of a podcast of which I'm very proud (thank you, Jan!). It's ambitious and sincere in a way that few films of this scale and budget rarely are, with themes and messages that deserve to be heard now more than ever. This movie is a miracle, and while I don't ask that you love it, I ask that you do give it a chance. (Watch on Netflix)
Predators and this film, which casts Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale as a couple who stay in a motel and discover some messed up shit going on. Frank Whaley gives good creep and Antal really leans into the material, crafting a tight little thriller that's happy to be exactly what it is. Believe it or not, this kind of film has become more and more rare. (Watch on Crackle)