Ray Delancey

Locked Down Member Bonus Episode

January 19, 2021

Is ‘Locked Down’ the COVID heist comedy we need right now? And is it even a heist comedy? Or more of a relationship dramedy? The Film Board convenes to break it apart to see if the whole worked as well as the sum of its parts. Tune in!

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2021-01-09 • Saturday Matinée

January 9, 2021

Paramount gets the rights to Spamalot. A film festival for one. Damien Chazelle’s next film gets a new release date. Silver Linings debuts this week on The Next Reel. Plus, a rundown of some of the latest trailers, the IMDB game, and a list of films of beings disguised as humans!

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Escape from L.A.

January 8, 2021

The rules are really beginning to annoy us. We stand with Snake. Anyone want to join us for a trip to the island of Los Angeles for a game of “Bangkok Rules”? Welcome to episode one of Silver Linings from The Next Reel family of Film Podcasts.

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Wonder Woman 1984

December 29, 2020

Wonder Woman 1984 broke the seal on Warner’s year of day and date releases, giving us the return of Gal Gadot in full armor, and Mando out of his. But how well does the movie hold up in Patty Jenkins’ sophomore DC outing? The Film Board Gathers to hash it out!

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2020-12-12 • Saturday Matinée

December 12, 2020

And Charlie Cox is back?!?! HBO Max backlash. It’s official: Ahsoka The Series. Hayden Christensen has signed on for KENOBI. Patty Jenkins to direct Rogue Squadron. Godzilla v King Kong/Dune producer considers suing WB. Alfred Molina’s back as Doc Ock! AT&T is behind fight between WB and Hollywood. There is only one Indiana Jones. Raya to premiere day and date on Disney Plus. Loki???

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Hillbilly Elegy

November 30, 2020

This last week we Americans all did our best to celebrate our Thanksgiving in ceremonies modified by the COVID 19 Pandemic. Netflix released “Hillbilly Elegy” on the Tuesday before the holiday and some may see the Appalachian memoir as a bit non-festive, but the autobiographical nature of the story is important. What’s the purpose behind telling a story like this now and what does it tell us about the people and their characters in it? The Film Board will take its own turn here, reviewing the film adaptation of J.D. Vance’s story of personal geography, growth and change.

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2020-11-14 • Saturday Matinée

November 16, 2020

WandaVision. Johnny Depp out as Grindelwald; Mads Mikkelsen in talks. Fatman sucks. New series by Lord/Miller has amazing cast and concept. Plus, a game of cinematic beards and eye-to-eye contact in film!

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2020-11-07 • Saturday Matinée

November 9, 2020

Sean Connery has passed. Plus, that time he laid down the law with Disney execs. Clive Barker is on for HBO. Maya Hawke in romantic comedy looking to get busy with George Harrison.

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The Lodge

November 4, 2020

As the nights grow longer and the temperatures drop lower Steve and TNR’s Ray DeLancey invite you to spend some time with them in The Lodge. Don’t worry about the snowstorm outside, they have everything you will need to stay warm . . . for now.

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The Trial of the Chicago 7

October 20, 2020

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” examines Vietnam War protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention and the trial to prosecute leaders of the different organizations that protested. The film conveys many stark statements of injustice about law enforcement and the harmful political posturing of other people in power. This content is in Sorkin’s wheelhouse so The Film Board can’t wait to view and discuss it at such a pivotal time.

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