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Our Bond series continues with License to Kill, one of Timothy Dalton’s two entries.  He’s a polarizing 007, for sure.  Count me as one of his defenders.  I like the dark edginess he brings to the role.  Additionally, this film has killer actio
Sean Jordan and I team up for a special mini-episode looking at On Her Majesty’s Secret Service!  It’s George Lazenby’s only go at the character, and the film still provokes strong opinions.  Some will tell you it’s the peak of the series, whil
Our second Bond review looks at The Spy Who Loved Me, the peak of the Roger Moore years.  Enjoy! Check out my ranking of the Bond flicks! Please visit our sponsor! The post The Spy Who Loved Me appeared first on Cinemavino.
Our Bond series kicks off with a franchise highlight:  Sean Connery’s From Russia with Love.  To pair, we enjoy some classic martinis, of course!  My wife has years of experience as a bartender and restaurant manager, and she was gracious enoug
For this episode, we take a look back at one of our funniest and wackiest (and drunkest) discussions–Plan 9 from Outer Space, from October, 2019. To read my full review (which is also old-school), click here!   The post Plan 9 From Outer Space
Our New Year’s Eve episode features an all-time rom-com classic:  When Harry Met Sally…  To pair, we enjoy two delicious sparkling wines.  If you want to read my full review, head this way! Coming soon:  The Cinemavino Bond marathon! The post W
Saving Christmas is a “Christmas movie” that belongs on Halloween.  The writing, directing, acting, and music are ghoulish.  On top of all that, Kirk Cameron’s ugly, insular view of the world elevates this bomb to a whole new level of badness.
Our Christmas Series concludes with National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.  To pair, we enjoy some delicious Rombauer Zin.  It’s a jammy, fruit-forward wine, perfect with a Jelly of the Month sub. The post National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Our Christmas Series continues with something completely different:  Last Christmas!  After screening two edgier films for our previous content, this time we opt for a more traditional, more frothy holiday flick.  It stars Emilia Clarke and Hen
Our Christmas Series continues strong with a dark comedy classic–Bad Santa.  It’s junk food humor at its nastiest, and the opposite of any other Christmas movie you could imagine.  To pair, we enjoy Elk Cove Pinot Noir.  It’s a splurge buy ($30
Kevin Conroy performed the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne for decades, including Batman: The Animated Series, and multiple direct-to-video releases and video games.  Sadly, he passed away on November 10, 2022.  In honor of his indelible stamp on th
Our Christmas season kicks off with a movie that I forgot totally qualifies as a Christmas movie–Lethal Weapon.  It’s an 80s classic, with big action, iconic characters, and memorable one-liners. To read my full review–click here! To pair with
For our final leftovers entry, we take a good look at one of my personal favorites–This is Spinal Tap.  It’s a landmark in rockumentaries, documentaries, and movie comedies, all at once. Next up:  We kick off our Christmas series with an 80s ac
For this special episode, we review and recap Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, now in theaters!  Naturally, our talk will be loaded with spoilers, so go see it and head back here! To pair with this discussion, we drink a delicious red from South
Our Leftover series continues with BASEketball, a raunchy 90s sports comedy, starring Matt Stone and Trey Parker, creators of South Park.  This was Tay’s pick, and we have strong opinions. The post BASEketball (1998) appeared first on Cinemavin
Our Leftovers series continues with O Brother, Where Art Thou?, a memorable movie that nonetheless won no Oscars.  We loved this movie, and our discussion reflects this.  To pair, we enjoy some delicious Prosecco. Next, we hit up a leftover fro
Our “Leftover Series” kicks off with the 2011 remake of Fright Night.  Every week in November, we’ll pick a movie from a previous series we’ve done–one we wish we could’ve already covered.  This was a great idea by Sean, and I can’t wait. To pa
Our Halloween Special continues with something completely different.  To go with the edgy, grisly From Dusk till Dawn, we present you Ernest Scared Stupid.  You can’t expect much from anything with Stupid in the title, and this movie delivers e
It’s a special Cinemavino, as we’re delivering a double feature for Halloween!  For Part I, we screen the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriquez collaboration, From Dusk till Dawn.  It has an all-star cast, and scorching, violent, audacious screenp
Tonight, we recap the final two episodes from the first season of House of the Dragon, the Game of Thrones prequel now airing on HBOMax.  SPOILERS ABOUND, so proceed with caution! You can support this podcast by visiting our sponsor! The post H
Our Halloween series continues with a low-budget classic:  Insidious.  We enjoyed it, to varying degrees. To pair with this solid movie, we drink a fun little Pinot Noir from Roman Candle winery.  If you want to know more, click here! If you wa
It’s another Movie Mailbag Monday!  This week, I’ll roll solo and talk about some good movies I’ve reviewed you may have missed.  I’ll include links to my reviews below, plus where you can stream each film. Little Fish (Hulu) Cold War(Amazon Pr
Hey!  Tonight, we’ll recap the entirety of She Hulk: Attorney at Law, now airing on Disney+.  Spoilers are gonna be everywhere, so stream it and head back here. To go with this discussion, we pound a few spooky Halloween beers.  They were surpr
Our Halloween series continues with the newest and grimmest movie we’ve covered so far–The Witch.  Director Robert Eggers delivers a dark, fascinating folk tale that’s not for all tastes, but fans of well-acted, atmospheric horror should love i
This week for Movie Mailbag Monday, we talk about the trailers that got us hyped, only for the movie to completely let us down.  Some of our answers are pretty interesting.  We also flip it around, talking about lackluster trailers that precede
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