The Nerd Corps #453: ‘Possession’ Review

Raul and Brad continue on with their horror month here on The Nerd Corps podcast. This week they are taking it back to the early 80’s! They sit down and discuss the cult classic, Possession. These nerds definitely have a lot to say about this film so you want to listen to this one. What did they think? Check the episode out to find out!

IMDb Synopsis: “A woman starts exhibiting increasingly disturbing behavior after asking her husband for a divorce. Suspicions of infidelity soon give way to something much more sinister.”

The Nerd Corps #452: Nashville Film Festival 2021 Recap

Luis and Raul are all wrapped up with their coverage of Nashville Film Festival. They get together to discuss what they watched and how it went at their first film festival. What was their top 5 they watched? What could have been improved? How tired are they? Find out on this episode!

The Nerd Corps #451: ‘Us’ Review

Spooky season is here so time to bust out the horror films and rejoice in the scares to come! As always you all know that we do a horror month here at The Nerd Corps every October. Brad won the coin toss so this week we start this themed month with Jordan Peele’s Us. This is Brad’s first time watching this film and Raul’s second time. Listen to find out what both of them thought about the film!

IMDb Synopsis: “A family’s serene beach vacation turns to chaos when their doppelgängers appear and begin to terrorize them.”

The Nerd Corps #447: ‘A Separation’ Review

The nerds continue with their International Film Month reviews. This week they are revisiting Iranian Cinema after having spent a whole month looking at the films of Abbas Kiarostami. They are not covering Kiarostami this time around, instead this week Raul and Brad discuss the Academy Award winning film, A Separation. Listen and find out what they thought about this film!

IMDb Synopsis: A married couple are faced with a difficult decision – to improve the life of their child by moving to another country or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent who has Alzheimer’s disease.