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Maryland-based critics Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl debate the merits of new releases, from the mainstream movies that Hannah tends to favor, to obscure foreign films that Charlie likes to champion. It’s free-flowing, unedited conversation, with the occasional wine wager. Two very different perspectives. One entertaining podcast. Let the clash begin!
 
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On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Jordan Peele unleashes the horror and the humor in US, his provocative follow-up to ‘Get Out’; THE HUMMINGBIRD PROJECT turns a story about high-speed information transfer into a financial thriller; THE AFTERMATH takes a potentially intriguing post-WWII drama and turns it into a superficial, sudsy love story; ...…
 
Stan Hieronymus joins me to discuss cutting edge hop research, hop creep, New England IPAs and unique farmhouse ales.You can find shoe notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: the less-than-wonderful but certainly okay animated adventure, WONDER PARK; teens on the verge of adulthood endure love in the time of cystic fibrosis in the romantic drama FIVE FEET APART; a Chilean romdramedy adds a surname and Julianne Moore to create an Americanized version, GLORIA BELL; Idris Elba makes ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: The MCU goes full-throttle on the girl power with the introduction of CAPTAIN MARVEL; the past and present collide in the intriguing German drama TRANSIT; and a mild-mannered choir director leads a double-life as a bold environmental activist in the quirky Icelandic eco-dramedy WOMAN AT WAR. Plus, #AgreeOrDi ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: the animated RUBEN BRANDT, COLLECTOR is perfect for art lovers who also happen to like fantasy, film noir and heist movies; the narco thriller BIRDS OF PASSAGE dives into the origins of the Colombian drug trade; the IMAX documentary APOLLO 11 proves worthy of a second shout-out; and a big-time clash over wha ...…
 
John Palmer, the author of the book How to Brew joins me this week to discuss beer recipe design.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: closing the book on the adventures of Hiccup and Toothless in HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD; Plus, our final best guesses on what could win, should win, or will win at the OSCARS. Listen now, so you can hold us accountable next week!
 
Rick Theiner, maker of the Eco-Logic series of cleaners joins me this week to discuss cleaning and sanitation for beer brewing.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: the sci-fi fantasy adventure movie ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL; the romantic comedy satire ISN’T IT ROMANTIC; the black comedy slasher film sequel HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U; the truly epic Oscar-nominated foreign language film NEVER LOOK AWAY; and a little gem of a tragicomedy, TO DUST. Plus, an early shout-out to the APOL ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART isn’t totally awesome but still entertains; WHAT MEN WANT attempts to reboot a 2000 romantic comedy, with a gender swap; Liam Neeson’s revenge thriller COLD PURSUIT evokes a chilling sense of deja vu; and the Oscar-nominated SHORTS deliver gut punches galore. Plus #AgreeOrDisagr ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: A young woman takes on a Mexican drug cartel to save her friend in MISS BALA; horror, satire and art converge in the Netflix film VELVET BUZZSAW; a somewhat unlikeable foursome struggle to find meaning in the offbeat romantic dramedy UNTOGETHER; Hannah finally weighs in on THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS; and, ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: magic meets the modern world in the new telling of an old legend about the mythical sword in the stone, THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING; an A-list cast can’t save the stylized thriller about a fishing boat captain with a moral dilemma, SERENITY; the documentary WHO WILL WRITE OUR HISTORY honors the work of a cland ...…
 
Dr Jamie Sherman and Jen Blair join me to discuss the Craft Malster's Guild, their upcoming conference and the craft malt industry in general.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: shards of agreement and disagreement over GLASS, the conclusion to an M.Night Shyamalan trilogy 20 years in the making; general consensus on the biographical drama about legendary slapstick comedy duo STAN & OLLIE (aka Laurel & Hardy); a heated exchange over Poland’s Oscar hopeful, COLD WAR; and round two of ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Hits and misses from the Golden Globes; THE UPSIDE (and downside) to an American remake of a superb French indie; Nicole Kidman disappears into the role of a tormented detective in the bleak drama DESTROYER; Non-actors add authenticity and heartbreak to Lebanon’s submission for Best Foreign Film, CAPERNAUM; ...…
 
Kyle and Greg Stelzer join me from 24 Hour Hops where they are growing hops year-round in greenhouses in Arizona and providing wet hops to home brewers!You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this special edition of the Cinema Clash, Hannah and Charlie reveal their respective picks for the Top 10 films of 2018. Spoiler alert! There’s ONE movie that landed in the same spot for both, and another that came close. Beyond that, two very different takes on what films proved worthy of year-end accolades. What made the final cut? Tune in!…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a disappointing political biopic with Christian Bale as a prosthetically-perfect Dick Cheney, VICE; an affecting adaptation of the James Baldwin novel, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK; a dramatized salute to real-life superhero ‘RBG’, ON THE BASIS OF SEX; and a fresh spin on a classic Marvel superhero, SPIDER-MAN ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a superhero origin story that’s bloated but not a total washout, AQUAMAN; a movie musical that doubles as both a sequel and a remake, MARY POPPINS RETURNS; and a ‘Transformers’ origin movie that’s packed with action and heart, BUMBLEBEE. Plus, a fine but forgettable Jennifer Lopez chick flick dramedy, SECOND ...…
 
Dr Charles Bamforth joins me to discuss ensuring quality in beer and how it applies to both professional and home brewing.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
This week John Blichmann from Blichmann Engineering joins me to discuss gas burners and electric heating elements for beer brewing.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: an eclectic mix of films, including an experimental and provocative musical drama VOX LUX; the family addiction drama BEN IS BACK, starring Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges; the new – but not really new ONCE UPON A DEADPOOL; a quietly affecting Japanese film with awards potential, SHOPLIFTERS; and a surprising ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: ROMA makes a big splash on the award circuit; a Kipling classic gets a questionable makeover in MOWGLI: LEGEND OF THE JUNGLE; a teen beauty pageant sets the stage for a formulaic but heartwarming message movie, DUMPLIN’; High School Musical gets the zombie treatment in ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE; and the docume ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Three strong female leads and a witty script could make THE FAVOURITE a royal favorite among fans of period dramedies; some of the worst films of 2018; a preview of the Washington Area Film Critics Association awards as voting gets underway; and serious debate over a veteran writer/director’s contention that ...…
 
This week Randy Mosher joins me to discuss cutting edge research into beer sensory perception and how our brain uniquely perceives and distorts the flavor, aroma and taste of beer.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this Thanksgiving edition of the Cinema Clash: CREED II puts up a good fight while ROBIN HOOD does not; Willem Dafoe channels Vincent Van Gogh AT ETERNITY’S GATE; and a child prodigy rises to culinary fame in the documentary CHEF FLYNN. Plus, a quick recap of what you should be seeing over the long holiday weekend. Tune in!…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: The not so fantastic FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD; the absolutely fantastic GREEN BOOK; the way better than expected INSTANT FAMILY; the surprisingly flat political drama THE FRONT RUNNER; the see-it-now-on-Netflix Coen Brothers anthology THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS; and Sweden’s extremely we ...…
 
This week John Holl joins me to discuss the Craft Beer revolution and also his new book "Drink Beer, Think Beer".You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Despite its faults, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY will rock you with the music of Queen; Disney’s THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS is underwhelming but still serves its target demographic; VIPER CLUB misfires as a well-intentioned homage to journalists who put themselves in harm’s way; and the documentary ON HER SHOUL ...…
 
This week Conner Trebour joins me to discuss making pumpkin beer for the Fall as well as holiday ale for the upcoming winter holidays.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: highlights from the Middleburg Film Festival, including the newly-released family caregiving drama WHAT THEY HAD and the biopic drama CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?; Plus, a lesson in great acting and irresponsible parenthood in the indie drama WILDLIFE, and two documentaries – one delving into the art world, THE ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a return to the horror that is HALLOWEEN; an introspective homage to an American hero in the space biopic FIRST MAN; a father-son story about the vicious cycle of addiction in BEAUTIFUL BOY; a cautionary tale about political tribalism in the disturbingly timely satire THE OATH; a gripping thriller from Denma ...…
 
This week Jake Keeler joins me to discuss the state of the US homebrewing industry and this year's industry survey as well as how to make homebrewing fun again!You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a less toxic take than most on the twisted comic book (anti)superhero VENOM; stellar reviews for Cooper and Gaga in A STAR IS BORN; mixed reaction to a gripping documentary about a quirky rock climber in FREE SOLO; a brief assessment of Robert Redford’s (alleged) farewell performance in THE OLD MAN AND THE G ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: the formulaic Kevin Hart comedy NIGHT SCHOOL; a biographical drama about French writer COLETTE in the early 20th Century; and two documentaries – HAL for the cinephiles, and THE SCIENCE FAIR for the nerds and over-achievers among us. Plus, a beer that’s spot on.
 
This week Gordon Strong joins me to discuss the new provisional BJCP beer styles including New England IPA, Burton Ale and Catharina Sours along with his travels in South America.You can find additional episodes and show notes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS builds on the legacy of classic family-friendly films from the ‘80s; LIFE ITSELF attempts to spew enough multi-generational melodrama to reel in fans of ‘This Is Us’; LIZZIE revisits the notorious case of a New England couple chopped to death in 1892; Michael Moore’s anti- ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: THE PREDATOR attempts to reinvent a classic series (Oh, the horror!); A SIMPLE FAVOR pairs Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively in a twisty thriller; WHITE BOY RICK dramatizes the true story of a teen drug informant-turned-dealer in 1980s Detroit; an arthouse drama from Zambia, I AM NOT A WITCH, casts a spell over ...…
 
This week Chris Graham from MoreBeer joins me to discuss the wide variety of new fermenter options available to home brewers including everything from a simple bucket to a temperature controlled stainless conical.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: KIN suffers from an identity crisis as a road-trip crime drama buddy movie with a sci-fi twist; Israeli secret agents track down a notorious Nazi in the fact-based drama OPERATION FINALE; the melancholy biopic NICO, 1988 explores the final days of an alternative rock icon; THE BOOKSHOP is anything but a page ...…
 
This week Ron Pattinson joins me to discuss his new book called "Austerity!" about British brewing in the post World War II period from roughly 1945 through the 1960's. Ron shares with us how breweries copied with many shortages in the post-war period.You can find additional episodes and show notes on my blog here.…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS is a disgrace to both humans and puppets; PAPILLION revisits the true story of a classic prison break; THE WIFE generates early Oscar buzz for veteran actress Glenn Close; JULIET, NAKED charms as a “slight but sweet” romantic drama; SKATE KITCHEN ‘shreds’ light on the world of teenage g ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Should you buy into the hype of the romantic comedy CRAZY RICH ASIANS, or risk a more lethal route with the pulse-pounding thriller MILE 22? The documentary SCOTTY AND THE SECRET HISTORY OF HOLLYWOOD exposes one man’s dedication to the ‘service’ of the rich and famous, and on the indie front, a quirky new ad ...…
 
This week Steve Piatz joins me to discuss how to make a low gravity session mead including mead nutrients, backsweetening and how to spice or accent your mead. Using modern techniques, you can make a great session mead in as little as a few weeks.You can find additional episodes and show notes on my blog here.…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT scales to great heights. But is it a great film? GENERATION WEALTH will make you feel better about not being insanely rich; LOVE, CECIL pays homage to a legendary photographer, designer and diarist; DETECTIVE DEE: THE FOUR HEAVENLY KINGS aims to woo fans of the wuxia fantasy gen ...…
 
Mirella Amato joins me this week to discuss the BJCP beer judge program as well as developing skills as a beer judge to improve your homebrewing.You can find show notes and additional episodes on my blog here.
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Lily James and the music of ABBA score big in MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN; Crime-drama sequel THE EQUALIZER 2 struggles to ‘lyft’ up to the level of its killer predecessor; EIGHTH GRADE nails the emotional rollercoaster of adolescence; BLINDSPOTTING hits the drama/humor sweet spot for a timely verse on race ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: Dracula and family board a cruise for the latest installment of the animated monster franchise, HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3: SUMMER VACATION; the life and times of Elvis Presley serve as a metaphor for the rise and decline of America in the cross-country roadtrip documentary, THE KING; a feud between neighbors esca ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: the family-friendly superhero sequel, ANT-MAN AND THE WASP; a strange, absurdist social satire, SORRY TO BOTHER YOU; two intriguing documentaries, WHITNEY and THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS; a historical drama with two strong leads and zero buzz, WOMAN WALKS AHEAD; and a fine foreign film, THE CAKEMAKER, paired w ...…
 
On this edition of the Cinema Clash: a bleak sequel to SICARIO, DAY OF THE SOLDADO with a return to the US/Mexico border; an absorbing psychodrama about a lonely woman named NANCY who may or may not have been kidnapped as a child; a dysfunctional family road-trip dramedy about BOUNDARIES, with stars who outshine the script; and a warped western ...…
 
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