Spoilerpiece Theatre Episode 163: LOGAN LUCKY

“Spoilerpiece Theatre” is a weekly movie podcast where I talk about new releases with fellow BOFCA critics Dave Riedel and Kris Jenson. We don’t give a shit about spoilers. We just want to talk about the movies.

In Episode 163 below, we review Head, Glory, The Producers, Some Freaks, Logan Lucky, and An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. It’s late August at Spoilerpiece! Hells yeah! Even though it’s the g.d. dog days of summer and there’s jack in the way of new releases, we did a new episode and we even found a new movie! Yay! But first, we step into Riedel’s Recaps. Dave takes on the Monkees in Head (2:56) and then Edward Zwick’s Glory (7:15), which spends a lot of time with the white cast members even though it’s about the first black soldiers fighting in the American Civil War. I take over for an installment of Crewind, featuring my take on the 2005 version of Mel Brooks’ The Producers (11:00). We get to a new release with Kris spoilerpiecing Some Freaks (17:25), which is On Demand right now. (Demand it!) Me and Dave then get into Steven Soderbergh’s feature film return, the glorious Logan Lucky (37:15), which we enjoyed the hell out of. Finally, Kris and Dave hit up An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (51:24), which is a movie.

Evan Crean

Hello! My name is Evan Crean. By day I work for a marketing agency, but by night, I’m a film critic based in Boston, MA who has been at it since 2009. I have written hundreds of movie reviews and celebrity interviews for Starpulse.com. I have also contributed pieces to NewEnglandFilm.com. In addition to publishing short form work, I am a co-author of the book Your ’80s Movie Guide to Better Living, which is available on CreateSpace and Amazon. On top of writing, I co-host and edit the weekly film podcast Spoilerpiece Theatre with two other Boston film critics. I’m a founding member and the current treasurer for the Boston Online Film Critics Association as well. Lastly, I’m the marketing director and a contributor to Boston Reel, a site dedicated to Boston’s independent film culture. Have any questions or comments about my work? Please feel free to email me (Evan Crean) at: ecrean AT reelrecon DOT COM .