Watershed Voice’s Matt Erspamer looks at some great past performances by this year’s Oscar nominees available on a streaming service near you.
Watershed Voice columnist Matt Erspamer watches Gone Girl every Valentine’s Day. Why? “Because it’s a fun, pithy little tradition that also feels like throwing the middle finger at a holiday that I find empty, silly, and annoying.” Read Matt’s guide for more recommendations on what to watch when you’re expecting — Valentine’s Day to suck.
On Tuesday, members of the House Economic Development and Small Business Committee took testimony on an effort to revive tax incentives for film and digital media, in a bid to draw more productions to the state and support local business.
Watershed Voice columnist Matt Erspamer reviews filmmaker Jonathan Glazer’s startling film “The Zone of Interest” about the man who ran Auschwitz.
Annette Bening and Jodie Foster star in what Watershed Voice columnist Matt Erspamer calls a “bafflingly inept biopic.” In this week’s “The Normal Newsletter,” Matt tries to save you from a movie he barely made it through. So before you decide to watch “Nyad” anyway, maybe heed his advice?
Watershed’s Matt Erspamer previews an underrated 2023 drama, a Very Catatonic Christmas, & more in this week’s suggestions of movies to stream.
Watershed’s Matt Erspamer argues Martin Scorsese’s orgiastic epic Wolf of Wall Street has only gotten more powerful since 2013.
Watershed Voice’s resident movie critic Matt Erspamer provides films to stream this week including a thrilling Richard Gere double feature, Clint Eastwood stumbling on political intrigue, & more.
Keep Your Voice Down Presents: This interview with Matt Erspamer, a journalist, copy writer, and film and television critic, who also happens to have went to Central Michigan University with hosts Alek Haak-Frost and Doug Sears, Jr. The three CMU journalism school alums discuss a new partnership between Matt and Watershed Voice, the pros and cons of streaming services acting as movie studios, the origin of Matt’s passion for cinema, and why only one of them is currently practicing journalism.
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! Tie your ascots and fix yourselves a Hard Kombucha, it’s time to talk about Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery!
Welcome BACK to Screen Tea Podcast! Surprise dudes, we’re alive and kicking, and coming back at you from another realm (just kidding, we’re in Delaware now!). We decided to jump back into things with a Small Screen Tea, so find yourself a nice body of saltwater and sink into the sounds of us geeking out over season four of the Duffer brothers’ Stranger Things!