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Bob and Brad spend their second HANKSGIVING watching the 2004 Spielberg dramedy The Terminal. This one came from Bob's Season Five list nd both hosts agree it's an underappreciated film that really speaks to the culture and climate of America p
This week, we pick a movie from Brad's Season Five list, the 2005 Joe Wright adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel Pride and Prejudice. Brad's surprised to hear the Bob has never seen this movie, especially since it's been so warmly revie
Bob and Brad continue the "grab-bag" of Season 5 movies with a childhood favorite of Bob's, M. Night Shyamalan's Signs. This 2002 effort seems to be well-regarded among Shyamalan's films, but Bob thinks it holds up a lit better than it gets cre
NSFW EPISODE: Bob and Brad continue their grab-bag Season 5 with a pick from Brad, 1963's Charade. This time, they're joined by their favorite YouTuber, Patrick H. Willems, who seems as excited as Brad to break down this under-appreciated Cary
Bob and Brad Kick off Season 5 with another Harry Potter review, this time with 2010's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1. Director David Yates returns for this seventh chapter of the franchise, and while the movie divided audiences,
Bob and Brad answer questions from their Patreon subscribers and try two new-to-them whiskies: Hayner Bourbon and Ragged Branch Bourbon. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Fil
Bob and Brad break down the lineup of movies for Season Five, and reveal a surprise guest host they're pairing up with along the way. Meanwhile, they sip on two wildly different whiskies: Umiki Japanese Whisky and Traverse City Michigan Apple.
Bob and Brad take the 8 remaining films from Season Four and crown one film the champ. Meanwhile, they sample a bourbon and a rye from Stellum Spirits. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiske
Bob and Brad put all 32 movies from Season Four into a Madness-style bracket and crown one film the champ. Meanwhile, they sample three mind-blowing whiskies from Barrell Craft Spirits. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film
Bob and Brad wrap up Season 4 the same way they started it--watching a really long movie directed by Peter Jackson. This time, it's the finale of the Lord of the Rings franchise, a film that won 11 Oscars and became a worldwide phenomenon. The
Bob and Brad revisit their childhoods in honor of the 30th anniversary of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. They wonder aloud if this is a perfect film before diving in with their hot-take nitpicks. Meanwhile, the sip on George T. Stagg bourbon, a
Bob introduces brad to one of his favorite films of the 21st century, Alfonso Cuaron's Children of Men. Of course, in true Brad fashion, he's cooler on it than Bob, but our hosts can at least bond over some incredible Emmanuel Lubezki cinematog
Bob and Brad return to Watershed Distillery in Columbus, OH, after a two year absence. They chat with newly-named Head Distiller Aaron Harris about his career in Kentucky bourbon, his move to Ohio, the future of craft distillers like Watershed,
As we get closer to its 30th anniversary, Bob and Brad watch Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, one of the few remaining Tarantino films that Brad hasn't yet seen. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this one plays a lot differently for them as 30-year-ol
Bob and Brad return to their Top Fives series to break down their favorite movie endings, while sipping on 5 delicious whiskies from Luca Mariano.  Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Monday. Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Fa
Brad and Bob look back on 2000's Best Picture winner, Ridley Scott's Gladiator. Much like the '95 winner, Braveheart, the guys wonder aloud how this one holds up after a couple decades of cultural relevance. It carries an 8.5 average on IMDb, b
Bob and Brad return to the year 2007 for the Paul Thomas Anderson masterpiece There Will Be Blood, a film that represents Brad's first-ever Daniel Day Lewis movie. The guys wrestle with the undeniable craft of the filmmaking, while also trying
Bob and Brad go back to the Pixar Studios well for the 2008 blockbuster WALL-E. Certainly Pixar's most "adult" movie to this point, the guys grapple with its artistry versus its overall entertainment value, and offer their thoughts on where it
Bob and Brad return to Pixar Studios for their first sequel, 1999's Toy Story 2. The guys compare and contrast it to the 1995 original, while preparing themselves for a very deep dive on the movie's existential themes. Aside from the philosophy
Bob and Brad sample five expressions from Broken Barrel Whiskey Co., a producer with a truly unique finishing process. To go over it all, Bob sits down with CEO Seth Benhaim, as he explains the technique: they source young whiskey and then vat-
Bob and Brad return to the world of the movie musical with a look at 2012's Les Misérables, a surprisingly controversial retelling of the Victor Hugo novel and the Broadway play. Director Tom Hooper has undergone a pretty negative reevaluation
Bob and Brad return to the year 1999 for The Matrix, a game-changing sci-fi action thriller. There's not much to complain about here: a perfectly-structured screenplay and visual effects that (mostly) hold up over 20 years later. Our hosts disc
Bob and Brad continue their Harry Potter reviews with 2009's Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Director David Yates returns for this sixth chapter of the franchise, this time to much greater success. So much success, in fact, that Bob and
Bob and Brad create a head-to-head challenge when they receive a sampler 3-pack from Athrú Irish Whiskey and Clonakilty Irish Whiskey.  Both brands a relatively new to the Irish whiskey world, with Athrú products costing nearly triple the alrea
Bob and Brad continue their seasons-long journey into the world of Harry Potter with 2007's Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Once again, the series introduces a new director, this time David Yates, who helms the rest of the series. Ho
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