“Whether you call them sacrificial lambs, revolutionaries, or just two innocent people that defended themselves - their names will live on forever.” #TimeSensitive reviews "Queen & Slim", the feature directorial debut of Melina Matsoukas with a screenplay by powerhouse Emmy-winning writer Lena Waithe.
Nov 26, 2020
1 hr 32 min
We've taken the "mini" episode even further as Time Sensitive breaks down the past three winners of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Once dominated by Walt Disney, this category has an impressive history spanning all different types of animation. We talk "Dear Basketball", "Bao", and the current champ "Hair Love"
Nov 19, 2020
“Today, tomorrow, yesterday, it’s all the same,” according to the aptly named Nyles, who finds himself stuck in a time loop of "Groundhog Day" proportions. We know comedy is expected, but is romance? Is "Palm Springs" a film you’ll want to watch over and over again? Time Sensitive meets The Lonely Island this week!
Nov 12, 2020
1 hr 22 min
It's been a long week. Kick back with your friends from Time Sensitive as they outline some books, music, television, podcasts, activities, and movies they are currently "into". You may just find your newest obsession.
Nov 5, 2020
We close out our 2nd Annual Freaky Film Festival by diving into the deep underbelly of LA's art and drug culture with Joe Begos' gore-soaked vampire flick "Bliss". It is one bad trip for Dezzy after a hallucinogenic drug gives her a taste for blood... or does it?
Oct 29, 2020
1 hr 6 min
From Oscar Micheaux to Jordan Peele, black horror films have reflected the horror of black history. Sam, Kate, and Ian are happy to welcome filmmaker and friend of the show Dom Damron to the Time Sensitive panel to discuss the informative documentary "Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror".
Oct 22, 2020
1 hr 46 min
“If you don’t mind, it’s time we milk the alpacas.” Our Freaky Film Festival continues with an exploration of the cosmic horror genre, specifically Lovecraftian horror. Time Sensitive once again joins everybody's favorite eccentric star, Nicolas Cage, for the out-of-this world experience that is Richard Stanley's "Color Out of Space". What could make it better? You guessed it: Tommy Chong.
Oct 15, 2020
1 hr 36 min
Sam, Kate, and Ian discuss a monster mash-up of horror movies! From Hitchcock to Carpenter and De Palma to Peele, the Time Sensitive panel outlines horror films they want to see, see all the time, and will never see again. Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins, OH MY!
Oct 8, 2020
We open our Freaky Film Festival with Ari Aster's Midsommar. Does horror in the broad daylight work? Will this cult movie soon gain a cult-like following of its own? Tune in to find out what the Time Sensitive crew thinks!
Oct 1, 2020
1 hr 54 min
Time Sensitive takes time to discuss James Sweeney’s directorial debut and his take on a romantic comedy “Straight Up”.
Sep 24, 2020
1 hr 25 min