This week we used our free will to stay in and play video games. We're reviewing Bandersnatch, the choose Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style movie on Netflix. Listen to this episode 84 times to unlock different endings. What We've Been Watching -
Our fellow Americans, join us this week as we sit down and discuss a crucial figure in history and how his actions shaped a path for our country and indeed the world itself. We're referring, of course, to Aquaman. What's that? Who? Oh God. What
This week we review the new Disney film and sequel to 2012's Wreck-It-Ralph, Ralph Breaks the Internet. We also bring back our segment This Week in Film, to talk about the teaser trailer for The Lion King remake. Also, since this is a Disney ta
Bonus Episode! We couldn't let a Coen brothers movie get by without devoting an episode to it. So we discuss The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and all the other segments included in the new anthology film, which is streaming now on Netflix.
We're going to Chicago this week! Not literally, but through the magic of Steve McQueen! We're reviewing Widows, starring Viola Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez, Cynthia Erivo, Carrie Coon, Jacki Weaver, Colin Farrell, Liam Neeson,
This episode is late out of the gate, which is mainly the fault of Rockstar Games, frankly. But better late than never! We're talking about Overlord, the new sci-fi horror war movie from producer J.J. Abrams. Also, early on in this episode we a
This week we're reviewing Suspiria, Luca Guadagnino's remake of Dario Agrento's horror classic about dancing witches. Rachael dipped out on this, so it's just Branden and Isaac fumbling our way through this episode. We try to figure out what th
Happy Halloween, Michael. This week we're reviewing Halloween, the sequel to Halloween. It's been 40 years since we pretended that there aren't other movies in this franchise, so this a big deal. Sharpen you knives, throw on your boilersuit, sc
This week we Boldly Go. We review First Man, the Neil Armstrong biopic directed by Damien Chazelle. Although, in a very unfortunate mix up we actually just end up talking about If Beale Street Could Talk the entire time. That's a topical joke,
We couldn't let this one get by. We talk about Venom. And trust us, we put the same amount of effort into this episode that the filmmakers put into the movie. Wait. Crap. This Week In Film - 1:10 Feature Review with Spoilers: Venom - 14:18
Hey. I just wanted to take another look at ya. This week we we're reviewing A Star Is Born. The directorial debut of Bradley Cooper, the feature film debut of Lady Gaga, and the fourth in a long line of remakes, this has been one of our most an
This week we let the wolf out. We're reviewing the new film from director Jeremy Saulnier and Netflix, Hold the Dark. We talk about violence, despair, humanity, and wolf masks. Real breezy episode. We also discuss Jeremy Saulnier's other films,
Fall movie season is kicking off this week (We can't of anything of note that came out last week), so it's time to get spooky! We review The House with a Clock in Its Walls, the new film from popular children's film director, Eli Roth. Cookies,
The podcast has evolved. This week we welcome Branden back to the show (officially) and celebrate by quibbling over The Predator! Also we have a plethora of movies to go over that we've watched in the last two weeks. What We've Been Watching -
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This week we're hunting the most dangerous game: Perfect biceps. We've revisited the three Predator films and are discussing them along with our anticipation for the next installment in the franchise, The Predator. Not a lot of range in these t
We're a week late but we're back in the studio and we're infiltrating hate. This week we're reviewing the new Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman, starring John David Washington, Adam Driver, and Topher Grace. BlacKkKlansman tells the true story of
This week we're going back to school for Eighth Grade, the directorial debut from Bo Burnham and distributor A24. In honor of watching a movie about the middle school experience we mercilessly bully each other and spend most of the time crying.
Rachael, Isaac, and Branden are uniquely trained and highly motivated - podcast specialists without equal - immune to any counter-criticism. There is no nuance they cannot extract, no plot device they cannot breach, no film they cannot critique
This week we take a break from all the summer action blockbusters and retreat into the woods for our review of Leave No Trace, the new film Debra Granik. Also we talk big movies for what we've been watching this week. What We've Been Watching
We put on our best earrings and our whitest voices this week for our review of the new film from Anna Purna pictures and director Boots Riley, Sorry to Bother You. We've been really excited to talk about this movie and if you just give us a few
This week we review the third and final Marvel movie to be released in 2018, Ant-Man and the Wasp! If you listening closely to this episode you can hear the bottom of the superhero barrel being scraped. Also we have an extended talk about all t
In this episode, nothing will make sense to your American ears. We're reviewing Sicario: Day of the Soldado, and we dug up Branden to rejoin us for the episode. What will we think of the sequel to one of our favorite movies of 2015? Listen and
The Park is gone. Does that mean the Gyrospheres are gone? Does that mean no more of those cute Jimmy Fallon videos? I like that Jimmy Fallon, he's so handsome and funny. This week we're reviewing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, sans Fallon. Co
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