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We discuss “The Wrath of Becky” with the filmmakers, plus dive into shark horror and review the erotic thriller “The Attachment Diaries”.

The Wrath of Becky

The Wrath of Becky

We begin with a talk about two of this year’s biggest and most controversial releases.

The latest Indiana Jones film was met with a mixed reaction at Cannes. Meanwhile, on this side of the ocean, the director of The Flash releases a huge spoiler. How is this good news for Indy and bad news for the DCEU?

We also talk about some soon-to-be-released horror movies, including The Wrath of Becky. One of us had the chance to see this at its World Premiere at SXSW, and it was one of the bloodiest movies we had seen in a while, with one of the coolest kill scenes. As a sequel, it definitely ups the ante from 2020’s Becky. Lulu Wilson returns as the eponymous Becky alongside Seann William Scott.

We had the pleasure of chatting with directors Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote about the film, what inspired the script, what fans can expect, the decision to cast Sean William Scott and what he brings to the table, and if we can expect to see more of badass Becky in action.

Then it’s on to our featured review.

The Attachment Diaries

The Attachment Diaries

One of our most popular episodes was a show centered around erotic thrillers. For whatever reason, we have not covered one in a long time. This week we return to the subject with a fresh take on the genre out of Argentina.

The Attachment Diaries is a stylish neo-noir that tackles some heady topics. The film is well-written, boasts two strong lead performances, and is unafraid to get graphic. But do pacing and an abrupt ending destroy all the goodwill?

Finally, we welcome summer with a retro review of a shark movie.

There are arguably more movies about sharks than any other subject. (There were so many that it was almost impossible to find this week’s feature on Tubi.) But Shark in Venice proves the number of good ones is much smaller.

Are two big-name stars (at least, the siblings of A-listers) enough to save a plot that is unsure of what it wants to be? Tune in to find out!


Last week, we talked about the most shocking movie on Netflix, Soft & Quiet.


Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel and Blake. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror.

Intro by Julio Mena: Bandcamp | Instagram

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