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More Than Thumbs
43 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
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Jesse & Grayson take a break from reviewing movies to answer questions from friends, family, & other listeners about themselves, the show, and film criticism overall.
173 minutes | Jul 29, 2020
Jesse, Grayson, & Mike Discuss 2016: Obama's America (2012)
Jesse, Grayson & Mike begin their new retrospective series on the movies of conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza with his debut film, 2016: Obama's America. Based on his book The Roots of Obama's Rage, the 2016 overcame poor critical reception to be a box office hit, at the time being the second highest grossing political documentary in the United States since 1982. Were critics unreasonably harsh on D'Souza, or was his film really just a partisan hit piece for the right-wing?
96 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Jesse & Grayson Discuss Siren (2016)
Jesser Horowitz and Grayson Lazarus return to the V/H/S franchise with its final entry (so far), 2016's Siren, the feature-length adaptation of Amateur Night from the first V/H/S movie. When it first released, Siren earned a mixed critical reception and found some very underground popularity with the niche horror crowd that earned its parent franchise three entries. Four years later though, it's the V/H/S film that no one remembers. Is Siren the hidden gem of this ill-fated franchise; or, like its predecessors, should it stay forgotten?
134 minutes | Aug 25, 2019
Jesse & Grayson Discuss V/H/S: Viral (2014)
V/H/S 2 surprised audiences when it was released to both (mostly) positive critical reception and financial success. So, it might have seemed inevitable that it would get yet another sequel. That would be V/H/S Viral, featuring none of the original filmmakers, which received the worst critical reception, and the lowest box office numbers, of the franchise. Was it deserved? Warning, spoilers to follow.
156 minutes | Aug 11, 2019
Jesse & Grayson Discuss V/H/S/2 (2013)
Movie buffs Jesser Horowitz and Grayson Lazarus return to the V/H/S franchise with V/H/S 2, the second in Brad Miska's trilogy of found footage horror anthology movies. It was met with a better reception from critics and audiences than its predecessor, but how will it fare on More Than Thumbs? Warning, this review contains spoilers for V/H/S/2 (2013)
156 minutes | Jul 21, 2019
Jesse & Grayson Discuss V/H/S (2012)
Film nerds Jesser Horowitz and Grayson Lazarus discuss the 2012 horror anthology film V/H/S. Warning: Spoilers for V/H/S (2012) and Side Effects (2013)
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