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77 minutes | 8 days ago
58 - Wonder Woman 1984
For this podcast episode, we review Wonder Woman 1984, and for our streaming homework, we review the 1983 rom-com, Valley Girl. Due to the 80s nature of our reviews, we pick four movies that best invoke an 80s aesthetic.
102 minutes | 15 days ago
57 - Tenet
For this episode of the podcast, we discuss all of the feature films by director Christopher Nolan, including his latest sci-fi epic, Tenet. We also get to our last Christmas movie review of 2020, Bad Moms Christmas, which is available to stream on Netflix. Keith updates us with his latest cat drama as well.
59 minutes | a month ago
56 - Sound of Music
For this episode of the podcast, we review the Amazon Prime indie drama, The Sound of Metal, starring Riz Ahmen and Olivia Cooke. We also pitch four new ideas for Christmas movies, and at the end of the show, we review the 2010 Finnish holiday horror film, Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale.
83 minutes | a month ago
60 - Mank
For this episode of the podcast, we review the new David Fincher film, "Mank," based on the writing process that developed "Citizen Kane." We also talk about the casting news behind Sony/Marvel's Spider-Man 3, and we discuss the future of post-Covid cinema. At the end of the podcast, we review the 1994 Christmas comedy, "Mixed Nuts," which is available to stream for free on Tubi.
71 minutes | 2 months ago
54 - Run
In this episode, we review the direct-to-Hulu thriller "Run," starring Sarah Paulson. We also catch up with the movie news, and at the end of the program, we review the Coen brother's 1984 debut, "Blood Simple."
71 minutes | 2 months ago
53 - Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
For this week's podcast, we discuss Sacha Baron Cohen's latest satirical comedy, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. From Disney Plus, we also review 2006's The Simpson Movie, and we say farewell to the original James Bond, Sean Connery.
84 minutes | 3 months ago
52 -What Lies Beneath & Music of the Heart
For this episode, we do something a little different. We review a horror film made by a director that's not known for the genre, What Lies Beneath by Robert Zemeckis. We then review a non-horror film made by a horror director, Music of the Heart by Wes Craven. We also name our favorite and least favorite Stephen King adaptations.
81 minutes | 3 months ago
51 - Scare Me & The Babysitter: Killer Queen
From Netflix, we review the original sequel, The Babysitter: Killer Queen, and from the horror app Shudder, we review the newly released horror-comedy, Scare Me. We also discuss some of our favorite horror movie scores, and as streaming homework, we check out the 1990 sequel, Exorcist III: Legion.
79 minutes | 3 months ago
50 - Boys in the Band
For this episode of the podcast, we discuss the Netflix remake of the 70s classic, "The Boys in the Band." We also talk about our favorite horror sequels, and at the end of the show, we review the 1985 horror-comedy, "Fright Night."
88 minutes | 3 months ago
49 - Feels Good Man
For this week's episode, we review the 2020 documentary, Feels Good Man, which chronicles the origins of the maligned meme, Pepe the Frog. We also discuss the best movies to introduce kids to horror, and at the end of the show, we review the 1972 psychological drama Images, directed by Robert Altman.
82 minutes | 4 months ago
48 - I'm Thinking of Ending Things
For this episode of the podcast, we review Netflix's new Charlie Kaufman film, I'm Thinking of Ending Things. We also play the franchise prequel edition of F-Marry-Kill. At the end of the podcast, we review the 2013 Nicholas Cage thriller, The Frozen Ground.
79 minutes | 4 months ago
47 - Bill & Ted Face the Music
This week we review the long-awaited comedy sequel, Bill & Ted Face the Music, and for our streaming homework, we discuss the 2008 documentary, Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father. We also talk in-depth about the safety and ethics of going to see movies in the theater again under the new COVID guidelines, and we say farewell to actor Chadwick Boseman.
82 minutes | 5 months ago
46 - An American Pickle
For this episode of the podcast, we review the new Seth Rogen HBOMax comedy, An American Pickle, a film in which Rogen plays opposite himself. We also discuss our favorite documentaries and we both suggest a modern recasting of Jaws. At the end of the show, we review the 2004 romantic melodrama, The Notebook, which is currently available to stream on Netflix.
86 minutes | 6 months ago
45 - The Old Guard
In this episode of the podcast, we review the latest Netflix action movie, The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron. We try to revive the careers of some of our favorite inactive actors, and from Amazon Prime streaming, we review the 1982 cult film, Liquid Sky.
83 minutes | 6 months ago
44 - Eurovision Song Contest
In this episode of the podcast, we review the latest Netflix original comedy, "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga," starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams. We also discuss recent movie news and the best and worst Oscar losers of 2012. For our streaming homework, we take a look at another Netflix original film, 2017's "Gerald's Game," based on the novel by Stephen King.
64 minutes | 6 months ago
43 - Da 5 Bloods
In this episode of the podcast, we say goodbye to award-winning film composer Ennio Morricone and we talk about our all-time favorite soundtracks and scores. We also review Spike Lee's latest Netflix original, The 5 Bloods, and from Amazon Prime, we review the 1969 version of The Italian Job, starring Micheal Caine.
62 minutes | 7 months ago
42 - King of Staten Island
On this week's podcast, we review the new Judd Apatow film, The King of Staten Island, starring SNL cast member, Pete Davidson. For our streaming homework, we also review Taika Waititi's 2016 film, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, which is available to watch on Hulu. Before the reviews, we discuss our favorite media to consume as we're falling asleep.
88 minutes | 8 months ago
41 - Donnie Darko & Emo: The Musical
On this episode, Kyle and Ellie of the E-Word Podcast guest on our show to talk all about how "emo" has been depicted on screen. We discuss the importance of the 2001 sci-fi psycho-drama Donnie Darko within the emo scene, and for laughs, we review the 2016 Australian teen comedy, "Emo: The Musical."
70 minutes | 8 months ago
40 - Extraction
For this week's podcast, we review the Chris Hemsworth action rescue movie, Extraction, recently released directly to Netflix. Also on Netflix, we review the 2015 psychological thriller, The Gift, starring Joel Edgerton, Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall. We also discuss more good movies made by bad directors, and we cover the last few weeks of movie news.
83 minutes | 9 months ago
39 - The Ladykillers & Event Horizon
For this episode of the podcast, we take a look at two films that defy the reputations of their filmmakers. We review the Coen brother's 2004 dark comedy, The Ladykillers, which represents a "bad" film made by traditionally "good" directors. Conversely, review the 1997 sci-fi/horror film, Event Horizon, which is widely considered to be the best film by noted "bad" director, Paul W.S. Anderson. We also discuss musicians who became actors, actors who become musicians, and our favorite animals.
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