47 - Bill & Ted Face the Music

• September 6th, 2020

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. 


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46 - An American Pickle

• August 23rd, 2020

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. 

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45 - The Old Guard

• August 3rd, 2020

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. 

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44 - Eurovision Song Contest

• July 18th, 2020

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. 

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43 - Da 5 Bloods

• July 10th, 2020

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. 

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42 - King of Staten Island

• June 18th, 2020

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. 

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41 - Donnie Darko & Emo: The Musical

• June 2nd, 2020

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." 

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40 - Extraction

• May 22nd, 2020

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. 

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39 - The Ladykillers & Event Horizon

• May 1st, 2020

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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38 - A Quiet Place vs. Bird Box

• April 24th, 2020

In this episode of the podcast, we take a look back at two sci-fi horror releases from 2018, A Quiet Place, and Bird Box. Instead of doing our regular reviews, we compare and contrast these two films in terms of how they tackle similar themes and similar apocalyptic horror premises. Come along with us as we dig deep into the nuances of B-movie possibilities. We also discuss our latest quarantine media discoveries.

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