RT Podcast: Ep. 071 - New Movies & TV plus Jake Gyllenhaal & Nicole Kidman

by | October 30, 2014 | Comments


Ep. 071 – New Movies & TV plus Jake Gyllenhaal & Nicole Kidman
This week the team kicks off the show with reviews for ‘Nightcrawler’ and Grae shares and interview with star Jake Gyllenhaal. Then they cover ‘Before I Go to Sleep,’ and Grae shares an interview with star Nicole Kidman. The new movie report wraps up with ‘Horns’ and the ‘Saw’ 10th anniversary re-release. Ryan talks about new home video releases ‘Deliver Us From Evil,’ and ‘Begin Again,’ and Sarah leads a quick discussion on ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Gotham.’ The last half of the show features an extended interview with Des Doyle, Ryan Patrick McGuffey, Jimmy Nguyen, Jason Rose, the writer/director and producers of the documentary ‘Showrunners.’

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