‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ is a Fresh Start

David, Devindra and Jeff review the newest film in the Transformers franchise, ‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.’ In this movie review, they discuss the cultural relevance of the film despite it taking place in the past and how surprisingly good the movie is. The performances, action, and story are all a fresh rest for the saga.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ is an Amazing Success

David, Devindra, and Jeff are joined by Dan Gvozden to review the movie ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse’, the sequel to the hit 2018 film, ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.’ They praise its breathtaking, innovative animation, complex and emotional story, and the pure thrill of the visual spectacle throughout the film. This movie review discusses the comic book influences seen in the film and the promise of more in the sequel still to come.

‘Fast X’ Revs Up the Ridiculousness

David, Devindra, Jeff, and special guest Jen Yamato, review ‘Fast X,’ the newest film in the Fast and Furious franchise. Is this the most expensive soap opera ever made? Are you already ready for the next one? The Filmcast movie podcast breaks down the Fast Saga in this movie review to discuss their favorite moments and new star Jason Momoa.

‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ Is a Worthy Adventure

Dave, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the film adaptation of the popular game ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ from directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. This movie review discusses the success of the comedy, the expansive worldbuilding, and the stellar performances throughout the film. This is a perfect example of how to best adapt another medium to film, by sticking to its spirit.

‘Creed III’ is an Epic Knockout

David, Devindra, and Jeff review the newest film chapter of the Creed franchise from director and star Michael B. Jordan. This movie review celebrates ‘Creed III’ for its dedicated performances, interesting story, and, at times, anime-inspired direction. The Filmcast loves the visceral feel of the fights, but is it too much movie for one movie?