Sam traces the evolution of 2020 through the films he watched.
Sam's favorite film of the year takes the edge off of 2020.
This intimate road trip film is largely a refreshing departure from typical biopics.
Sam hits the open road to revisit this gem in the killer trucker genre.
Shot via Zoom during quarantine, this desktop horror film shows how creativity can come out of constraints.
This Argentinian hospital thriller taps into the anxiety of the current healthcare crisis.
Both involving horrormeister Stephen King, Hoosier Film Fest's horror shorts are atmospheric and compelling.
Sam revisits a goth-grunge guilty pleasure he saw in the summer of 1997.
Sam and Dave face off on the film that cemented their respective feelings about Tom Hanks.
Sam concludes his series with one of the best Hanksportation vehicles.
In this essay, Sam writes about why Hanks deserves his thanks for this film more than any other.
Sam comes back at Dave with triple-threat Hanks' directorial debut — an ode to the magic of music, humility and gratitude.