17 - Hobbs and Shaw

• August 16th, 2019

On this episode of the podcast, we discuss the cancellation of the Blumhouse thriller "The Hunt," which actor played the best Alfred Pennyworth, and we review the newest installment of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, "Hobbs and Shaw." We also try to make heads and tales of our latest Netflix homework, 2013's "Enemy," Staring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jale Gyllenhaal. 

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16 - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

• August 2nd, 2019

On this week's podcast, we compare the films of Quentin Tarantino; we name our favorite Tarantino movies, decide which one we think you should watch first, and we review his latest picture, Once Upon a time...in Hollywood. For our Netflix homework, we also discuss the 2018 Korean thriller, Illang: The Wolf Brigade. 

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15 - The Lion King

• July 26th, 2019

In this podcast episode, we review the photo-realistic remake of the Disney classic, The Lion King. Keith gives us all the details about his 2019 San Diego Comic Con experience, we say farewell to the great Rutger Hauer, and at the end of the show, for our Netflix homework, we review Kelly Reichardt's 2013 indie drama "Night Moves." 

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14 - Midsommar & Spiderman Far From Home

• July 19th, 2019

On this week's podcast, Keith is enjoying San Diego Comic-Con, so friend-of-the-podcast Richard Wolley joins Cassidy to discuss Ari Aster's daylight nightmare Midsommar and Marvel's Spider-Man: Far From Home. We also discuss the latest news and the media we're currently obsessed with.

Check out Richard's short story work here.

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13 - Toy Story 4

• June 27th, 2019

On this week's podcast, we review the new Pixar animated film Toy Story 4. For our Netflix homework, we also look at back at 2016's Swiss Army Man. Keep listening for our spicy takes on Manga fans and this week's movie news items. 

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12 - Dark Phoenix, Rocketman, Men In Black: International

• June 21st, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, Keith is out but friend-of-the-show Ashlee Hitchcock hops on to review Dark Phoenix, Rocketman, Men in Black: International and the new Jim Jarmusch zombie-comedy, The Dead Don't Die. We also discuss our listener's favorite entrees within the X-Men franchise, and at the end of the program, we talk about the new Amazon Prime Jonas Brothers documentary, Chasing Happiness. 

Check out Ashlee's new Etsy shop here! 

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11 - Godzilla: King of the Monsters

• June 7th, 2019

On this podcast episode, we review the kaiju showdown, Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Keith gives us a deep dive into the new DC comics streaming ap and we get through a hefty round of movie news. For our Netflix Homework, we review Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller from 1951, Strangers on a Train.

News Stories Include:

Disney's Planning a movie based on Xbox classic, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Mark Web to Direct Disney's Live Action Snow White Remake
The DC Film Adaptation of Jack Kirby's THE NEW GODS Will Be Written by Comic Book Writer Tom King
Quentin Tarantino and Jerrod Carmichael Teaming Up for Django/Zorro Film


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10 - Aladdin & Booksmart

• May 30th, 2019

On this podcast episode, we review Disney's live-action remake of their animated classic Aladdin and Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, the teen, coming of age comedy Booksmart. We also discuss sleazy pinball art, Upright Citizen's Brigade, and at the end of the program, for our Netflix homework, we review 2017's period comedy The Little Hours. 

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09 - The Sun is Also a Star

• May 24th, 2019

On this podcast episode, we review the immigration-themed romance The Sun is Also a Star. We also discuss the controversial new trailer for the indie "comedy" Loqueesha, and at the end of the program, we review the Netflix Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile, starring Zac Efron. 

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08 - Pokemon: Detective Pikachu

• May 17th, 2019

On this week's podcast, we review the first live-action Pokemon movie, "Pokemon: Detective Pikachu." We catch up with the movie news and for our Netflix Homework, at the end of the podcast, we review the 1976 Sci-Fi cult film "Logans Run."

News stories covered in this episode:

‘Sonic’ Director Vows to Redesign Character Following Criticism

‘Hellraiser’ Being Rebooted By Spyglass With David S. Goyer Writing & Producing

The First STAR WARS Film To Be Released After THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Will Be From The GAME OF THRONES Showrunners



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