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Aharon Pelz

Episode 48

This Is Not a Film

We observe Jafar Panahi’s life like a fly on the ceiling during his ban from filmmaking in his THIS IS NOT A FILM and TAXI TEHRAN.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on19th March 2018
Episode 47

Oscars 2018

Oscars are here again to entertain the moviegoers and give us a chance to review the previous year in cinema according to the Academy Awards.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on8th March 2018
Episode 46


The beauty of mundane daily life is examined in Jim Jarmusch’s amazing PATERSON.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on5th February 2018
Episode 45

Everybody Wants Some!!

College nostalgia and High School movie tropes are explored in Richard Linklater’s EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!!

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on29th January 2018
Episode 44

James Bond Copycat Movies

We return to the topic of James Bond with special guest Vincent Gebruers to discuss the many number of movies that have copied the formula that made the British action hero so iconic.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on22nd January 2018
Episode 43


All the shades of HAPPINESS are explored in this second part of our examination of Todd Solondz’s career.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on13th January 2018
Episode 42


First part of in depth analysis on the themes and career of Todd Solondz, starting with his 2016 sad comedy WIENER-DOG.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on10th December 2017
Episode 41

Sidetrack: Silence

Aharon sidetracks from the usual schedule and continues to explore the theological views of Martin Scorsese’s epic religious problems in SILENCE with an expert on the subject.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on10th October 2017
Episode 40


It’s time to weigh in the heavy religious burdens of Martin Scorsese’s SILENCE.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on24th September 2017
Episode 39

The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit

In which Liisa opens up to the fantasy genre and Aharon gets to talk about his love for a movie series that he does not really understand.

Written byAharon Pelz
Posted on31st August 2017