This week Dave reviews the Netflix horror movie There's Someone In Your House. Jay catches up on Midnight Mass on Netflix. Ted Lasso Season 2 finale. And Jay discusses the HBO mini-series Scenes From A Marriage in Indie Corner. Dave also gives
Dave and jay catch you up on what they've been watching. Jay discusses The Many Saints of Newark and Dave gives his impressions on Netflix's Midnight Mass from Mike Flanagan.
In Trailer Park Dave breaks down the teaser trailer for HBO's Game o
Dave is solo and he breaks down the Hawkeye Trailer alone and reviews James Wan Malignant in an extremely brief 5min(ish) review.
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Dave and Jay break down the new Matrix:Resurrections trailer in this weeks Trailer Park.
Then Dave and Jay review the latest MCU movie that truly kicks off the next phase Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
A bit of a shorter ep this week.
Dave and Jay breakdown some Movie News including the return of one of Dave's favorite 90's action films The Rocketeer. Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date update. Tome Cruise movies are canceled until 2022.
Dave and Jay are back in the studio together and it shows. The energy is here in this episode for sure. And they can't keep their hands off each other.
-Dave talks about the STARZ original series 'Heels' while Jay reviews 'Annette' and Reminisc
Some may not want us to. But despite their best efforts Dave and Jay are back for another week of movie talkie talk.
-Listener Mike G (we won’t give his full name but you know who you are you dirty boy) sent us a brand new interestin
Dave and Jay discuss the road of production that made David Ayers' Suicide Squad (2016) such a cluster fuckery of badness and how that led to the current 2021 version.
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Dave and Jay review James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’. Don’t think we need more than that in the notes. Also does anyone even read these?
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-A new live-action TMNT movie in the works with new writers but still Michael Bay so...Meh!
-DC/WB/HBO Max cast a Cobra Kai cast member for Blue Beetle
-Marvels What If could have been even crazier.
-James Gunn is done with the superhero g
-NETFLIX buys Will Smith
-Michael B. Jordan says fuck it and makes his own Black Superman movie deal with HBO
-NETFLIX is trying to catch em' all with a live action Pokemon series
-Robert Kirkman says the live action Invincible movie will
Dave and Jay bring some news back to the show and discuss the potential casting of Batgirl for an HBO Max original movie and Netflix streaming games for free?
Jay has reviews for the Korean drama Burning. And a review for Nicholas Cage in Pig.
Dave is joined by Dudi (Shaken Not Nerd) and Dylon (Beard Brothers) to shoot the shit. Literally we talk about poop and sedating children for far too long, and to discuss what they have been watching this past week and to do a Trailer Park brea
Jay reviews No Sudden Move by Steven Soderbergh on HBO Max
Dave review Boss Baby: Family Business (oh so briefly. Its the lowest score an animated movie has gotten on the show from Dave). Dave also repeatedly bashed his head against a wall just
Dave wastes his time and watched a Netflix original Good on Paper.
Jay reviews the award seeker that got no rewards Dark Waters
Hay then wastes everyone’s time talking about Spy Game. A 20 year old movie staring Robert Redford and Brad Pitt.
Thanks to a listener suggestion, Dave and Jay countdown their top 5 heroic self sacrifices in movies. Superheroes, hitmen, activists, and soldiers. These heroes make the ultimate sacrifice for what the fight for.
Did we miss any on our list? Le
Dave catches up on Mare of Easttown. Jay has an all new Indie Corner for Swallow, and Dave has a fake synopsis.
Disney and Pixar’s Luca
Fatherhood on Netflix
Physics defying action in F9 (52:00)
Dave and Jay sit down with Chris from I Like To Like Things Podcast to give our Top 5 Car Chases in Movies lists.
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Dave's Star Wars EU Episode of I Like To Like Things
Dave and Jay review In the Heights.
All new Top 5 Cars in Movies. Is your favorite on our list? Reach out to us and let us know.
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Dave joins Nick (Nikoli's Kitchen), Justin (Epic Film Guys), and Gerald (Two Peas on a Pod) to do a very special Movie Cocktail for the 25th Anniversary of SCREAM during this years Live Stream for the Cure. If you want to check out the recipe f
Dave has some late reviews for Oxygen on Netflix and The Wolf of Snow Hollow
Jay discuss the Mare of Easttown and Dave has some fun with the Philly area accent.
Dave reviews Sweet Tooth on Netflix and can't get enough of the en-deer-ing little
-Deals made between major players! HBO acquires Discovery Networks and Amazon is buying MGM. What does that mean for the future of James Bond?
-Sam Raimi is producing a new film in the Evil Dead franchise 'Evil Dead Rise'. New characters,
Massive Review Episode. We are constipated with reviews. Get a plunger! We are going to unload.
-Love, Death and Robots Vol. 2
-Woman in the Window
-Those Who Wish Me Dead
-Army of the Dead
-A Quiet Place Par
Mommy and Daddy couldn't get their shit together this week. Jay is on vacation and Dave got lost in fatherhood, but fear not! We have some content that previously has not been available to everyone. This is Dave and Jay's 'IT' Movie Cocktail th
This week Dave and Jay assigned each other Movie Homework. Dave watches Nomadland and Jay watches the John Carpenter cult classic They Live.
Dave reviews The Mitchell's VS the Machines and Jupiter's Legacy on Netflix
Dave and Jay come together
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