Connect with us
aipt movies


AIPT Movies Podcast episode 18: ‘Grummy’ co-writer/director Micheline Pitt, favorite movies of 2021

It’ the end of the year as we know it.

In the AIPT Movies Podcast “Year End Spectacular”, Alex, Tim, and Matt discuss their favorite movies of 2021! Alex also interviews Micheline Pitt, co-writer/co-director of the dark fantasy short, Grummy, starring Black Widow’s Violet McGraw. Grummy is a great, imaginative short that deals with a sensitive subject and it is currently available for free on YouTube

As always, the gang covers movie news and new releases, but this time they also talk about some of the New Year’s Eve-themed movies they’ve had the pleasure of working on.

The AIPT Movies podcast is hosted by Alex Harris, Tim Gardiner, and Matt Paul. You can find Alex on Instagram and Twitter @alexharriscomix. Matt is a terrific artist that you can find on Instagram @no_wheres_ville. Tim can’t be found on social media because he doesn’t exist. If you have any questions or suggestions for the AIPT Movies crew, they can be reached at

You can find AIPT Movies on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. As always, if you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!

Like what we do here at AIPT? Consider supporting us and independent comics journalism by becoming a patron today! In addition to our sincere thanks, you can browse AIPT ad-free, gain access to our vibrant Discord community of patrons and staff members, get trade paperbacks sent to your house every month, and a lot more. Click the button below to get started!


In Case You Missed It

the free fall the free fall

‘The Free Fall’ review: Chaos leads to clever twist

Movie Reviews

Marvel Preview: She-Hulk #1 Marvel Preview: She-Hulk #1

Marvel Preview: She-Hulk #1

Comic Books

DC Preview: Catwoman #39 DC Preview: Catwoman #39

DC Preview: Catwoman #39

Comic Books

the curse of la patasola the curse of la patasola

‘The Curse of La Patasola’ review: Horror movie constantly gets in own way

Movie Reviews

Newsletter Signup