#72 Greta, The Lords of Chaos, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

March 18, 2019

#72 Greta, The Lords of Chaos, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

This week, we discuss what it means to be true Norwegian Black Metal, how do build a windmill (DIY style) and the best way to act in New York. Toxic relationships is the motif in Greta which brings a good director and devoted European actress to ram up the tension. The Lords of Chaos embraces the fallacy of sticking to the ‘truth’ in typical biopics and becomes more horrifying. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is the latest of directorial debut from a prominent actor that is the lightest and brightest film of the batch.

 

Next Time: Us, Triple Frontier, Blue Velvet

March Bonus: Captain Marvel

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke:

Ralf: Death Wish (2018), Juanita

Oscar: Satan In High Heels, The Wife, Don’t Look Now

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:09:37 Recent Discoveries

00:30:50 Greta

00:57:24 spoilers

01:24:13 The Lords of Chaos

01:50:48 spoilers

02:10:31 The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind

02:25:24 spoilers

02:31:24 EXIT

#71 Academy Awards, High Flying Bird, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

March 4, 2019

#71 Academy Awards, High Flying Bird, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Has 2018 in movies end yet? The answer is yes officially with the 91st Academy Awards ceremony, completely host-less. We bash Green Book and compliment Roma and more opinions about the evening. High Flying Bird brings the experimental side of Steven Soderbergh with the play behind the play of basketball racial politics. The third installment and lesson of how to actually train a dragon comes to a close with a mixture of adoration and disappointment.

 

Next Time: Greta, The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind, OG

March Bonus: Captain Marvel

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke:

Ralf: A Star Is Born

Oscar: Radius, CERN, Polar

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:07:39 Marathon Discussion

00:27:04 Recent Discoveries

00:52:45 Academy Awards

01:17:44 High Flying Bird

01:34:37 spoilers

01:51:21 How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

02:05:28 spoilers

02:12:25 EXIT

#B25 The Predator

February 25, 2019

#B25 The Predator (FEBRUARY)

Shane Black’s history of screenwriting and directing (Lethal Weapon, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) has bode well or well enough. Out comes a new rendition or sequel/remake-ish mashup of the classic action flick. It has a promising enough cast and something to say about the series as a staple in American alien horror. The Predator may not the action comedic hit it wanted to be but that isn’t for the lack of trying.

#70 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Velvet Buzzsaw

February 17, 2019

#70 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Velvet Buzzsaw

Will you ever forgive us for reviewing yet another biopic? We think you should and hope you enjoyed Melissa McCarthy’s performance as we did; not to mention the good storytelling on display about a blocked writer that resorts to forging to make ends meet. The Lego Movie 2 proves that some sequels are good and entertaining and doesn’t have to meet the expectations of it predecessor. Velvet Buzzsaw has Nightcrawler cast and crew back to deliver a horror movie hidden at first as an art-critique tale within LA.

 

Next Time: TBD

February Bonus Episode: Alita: Battle Angel

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

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Recent Discoveries

Luke:

Ralf:

Oscar: Green Book

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:05:49 Recent Discoveries

00:10:30 News

00:19:12 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

00:31:51 spoilers

00:44:23 Can You Ever Forgive Me?

00:59:27 spoilers

01:12:18 Velvet Buzzsaw

01:27:40 spoilers

#69 Oscar Nominations, Fyre Fraud, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

February 4, 2019

#69 Academy Awards Nominations, Fyre Fraud, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

Our first normal show of the year! Today we will talk about some of the good choices the Academy made with the nominations including titles like Roma, The Favourite and BlackKklansman. We also talk about the social politics of not using a host this year and their boneheaded nominations like Vice, A Star Is Born and Green Book. We also have an experimental double review brought to you by Hulu and Netflix: Fyre. A scam and festival set of documentaries where Oscar reviews the Netflix special and Ralf covers the Hulu one. Should be fun.

 

Next Time: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Shoplifters

February Bonus Episode: Alita: Battle Angel

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke:

Ralf: Super Troopers 2, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Roma

Oscar: Escape Room, Vice, Destroyer, Cold War, If Beale Street Could Talk

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:04:07 Recent Discoveries

00:31:27 Oscar Nominations

01:09:23 Fyre Fraud

01:26:50 Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

01:46:18 EXIT

#B24 First Reformed

February 1, 2019

#B24 First Reformed (JANUARY)

We bring you an interesting bonus episode. We’re here to talk about a best-of-the-year contender starring the fluid Ethan Hawke. What does our modern day world mean to good people? What is thoughtful in a thoughtless culture? The story of a priest coming to terms with the sins of his surroundings and the authority figures that bring him down touches all who watches. A swift and bitter decline from ignorance and a movie worth talking about.

#68 The Best TV Shows of 2018

January 20, 2019

#68 The Best TV Shows of 2018

The very same rules apply to television as we sued for movies. There’s Honorable Mentions, Disappointment and Missed Opportunities. We have a special guest who has a more diverse show-watching habit than Oscar, which has a diverse list from Ralf. There will be a couple similarities but expect network shows and anime in addition to the critics faves. Also, on a positive note, the reigning channels or streaming services don’t belong to any clear winner: it’s quite spread out this year.

 

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January Bonus Episode: Glass

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: n/a

Ralf: n/a

Oscar: n/a

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:22 Missed Opportunities

00:10:53 #10

00:24:27 #09

00:35:18 #08

00:48:15 #07

01:00:48 #06

01:07:13 #05

01:20:42 #04

01:32:02 #03

01:42:22 #02

01:55:25 #01

02:06:12 Extras

 

Matt

10 Shark Tank

09 Jessica Jones

08 RWBY

07 The Walking Dead

06 Goblin Slayer

05 Into the Badlands

04 Overlord

03 Orange is the New Black

02 My Hero Academia

01 Daredevil

 

Ralf

10 Jack Ryan

09 Cobra Kai

08 Jessica Jones

07 Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee

06 Goblin Slayer

05 Mozart in the Jungle

04 Overlord

03 Castlevania

02 The Haunting of Hill House

01 Bosch

 

Oscar

10 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

09 The Haunting of Hill House

08 Atlanta

07 Black Mirror

06 Bosch

05 Maniac

04 She’s Gotta Have It

03 Sharp Objects

02 The Terror

01 Legion

#67 The Best Discoveries In 2018

January 20, 2019

#67 The Best Discoveries In 2018

If you checked out last years’ Discoveries list, then you know what this is. For you newbies, we hope you’l enjoy this fun countdown. It is the stuff discovered in 2018 that isn’t from 2018. It is a way to highlight any awesome thing out in the world from the past, away from just recent entertainment. Anything can be highlighted: a book, artist, song, game, movie etc. See what Ralf and Oscar have been consuming and enjoying throughout the year.

 

Next Time: The Best TV Shows of 2018

January Bonus Episode: Glass

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: n/a

Ralf: n/a

Oscar: n/a

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:01 What is this list?

00:07:11 #10

00:15:20 #09

00:21:04 #08

00:27:42 #07

00:33:22 #06

00:40:01 #05

00:46:29 #04

00:53:30 #03

01:00:38 #02

01:08:26 #01

01:19:51 Extras

 

Ralf

10 Neo Yokio

09 Forza Horizon 3

08 Halo 4

07 Mindhunter

06 The Darkest Hour

05 Hearthstone: Kobolds and Catacombs

04 Rear Window

03 Cuphead

02 The Red Shoes

01 Patriot

 

Oscar

10 Rise of the Tomb Raider

09 Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee

08 Sarah Vowell

07 Sea of Rust

06 Marwencol

05 Ghost

04 Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

03 Dark

02 The Expanse (show)

01 Seveneves

#66 The Best Movies of 2018

January 7, 2019

#66 The Best Films of 2018

Happy New Year and welcome to our top ten list. This month, we’re going to be covering TV and Discoveries but today is the main one: Movies. Thankfully, we have a mixed batch of titles and opinions for you as well as an Honorable Mentions List, Surprises, Missed Opportunities and Disappointments. Stay with us next week as well as for upcoming bonus shows.

 

Next Time: The Best TV Shows of 2018

January Bonus Episode: Glass

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: n/a

Ralf: n/a

Oscar: n/a

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:39 Missed Opportunities

00:06:46 #10

00:16:39 #09

00:24:03 #08

00:31:46 #07

00:38:46 #06

00:48:47 #05

01:00:13 #04

01:07:14 #03

01:21:27 #02

01:33:58 #01

01:45:30 Extras

 

Luke

10 Ready Player One

09 NoClip: The Story of Digital Extremes

08 My Days of Mercy

07 Black Panther

06 Bohemian Rhapsody

05 Mid 90’s

04 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

03 The Bleeding Edge

02 Scream For Me Sarajevo

01 Blindspotting

 

Oscar

10 A Private Life

09 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

08 Blindspotting

07 BlackkKlansman

06 The Favourite

05 The Rider

04 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

03 First Reformed

02 Roma

01 Annihilation

 

Ralf

10 Bandersnatch

09 Searching…

08 Bohemian Rhapsody

07 Crazy Rich Asians

06 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

05 Widows

04 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

03 Sorry To Bother You

02 Won't You Be My Neighbor

01 Tully

#B23 Sorry To Bother You

December 27, 2018

#B23 Sorry To Bother You (DECEMBER)

Sorry to bring this up, but Sorry To Bother You, much like most people out there, is super interesting. Lakeith Stanfield shows us his leading role promise by turning into a confident salesman trying to get by this life of corporate gods and political subterfuge. It’s bonkers, hilarious, dark, loving and has something to discuss in virtually every scene if not every plot and subplot.

#65 Creed II, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Schindler’s List

December 9, 2018

#65 Creed 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Schindler's List

Two sequels and a period piece walk into a bar… This will be our last official show of the year, so why not go with two big moviegoing flicks and a past Best Picture winner. Schindler’s List is Spielberg’s most influential film besides some of his sci-fi work and we find his heartstring pulling and technique to be at the top of his game. Ralph Breaks the Internet was more literal than anticipated but a good message about friendship nevertheless. Creed 2 is a clear fun romp of a boxing flick. We’ll be back just before the end of the month for a look in films in 2018 before releasing Top 10.

 

Next Time: 2018 Film Retrospective

December Bonus Episode: Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse

 

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Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: Maximum Overdrive, The Gate, The Crimes of Grindelwald

Ralf: The Christmas Chronicles, El Camino Christmas

Oscar: Private Life, The Kindergarten Teacher

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:35 Recent Discoveries

00:27:23 Creed II

00:41:13 spoilers

00:58:21 Ralph Breaks The Internet

01:10:19 spoilers

01:16:08 Schindler’s List

02:01:32 EXIT

#B22 Hereditary

November 30, 2018

#B22 Hereditary (NOVEMBER)

Get ready to be frightened of ants, miniature houses, light poles and obviously, witchcraft. Everyone has been raving about this latest epic horror film about a mother losing her grip on reality as her family suffers tragedy after traffic event. It is boldly directed and with a few daring strokes that makes it not fit for all horror fans. Let’s see which one of us enjoyed this film.

#64 Widows, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Hook

November 25, 2018

#64 Widows, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Hook

We have a special show in my opinion. We dive into Widows, a genre film like few others where expectations and craft are worked effortlessly. We also continue our Spielberg marathon with Hook, a movie that defines many our age an we take a look at the long-lasting effects. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was a late addition to the show and it proves to be an amazing choice. We break down all the shorts and marinate in the Western heaven the Coen Bros. have made.

 

Next Time: Creed 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet, Schindler’s List

November Bonus Episode: Overlord

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: none

Ralf: The Grinch, Summer of ‘84

Oscar: Summer of ’84, The Meg, The Girl In The Spider’s Web, Blindspotting

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:50 Recent Discoveries

00:21:53 Widows

00:53:42 spoilers

01:22:14 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

01:30:48 spoilers

01:50:01 Hook

02:04:23 EXIT

#63 Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot, Empire of the Sun

November 11, 2018

#63 Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot, Empire Of The Sun

Hello ladies and germs. This week, purely by happenstance, we present three biographical depictions from people living through hard and wild times in the 40’s, 70’s and 80’s. Bohemian Rhapsody hardly needs an introduction but we do discuss the merits of choosing the bands’ most famous song as its title. Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot is a wonderful biopic about an alcoholic cartoonist played greatly by Joaquin Phoenix. Empire of the Sun, out of our Spielberg marathon, tells the story of a boy growing up way too fast on a Japanese POW camp during WW2.

 

Next Time: Hook, Widows, The Girl In The Spider’s Web

November Bonus Episode: Overlord

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: none

Ralf: Jerry Before Seinfeld

Oscar: The Old Man and the Gun, Three Identical Strangers

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:05:11 Recent Discoveries

00:16:32 Bohemian Rhapsody

00:26:58 spoilers

00:51:45 Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot

01:21:52 Empire of the Sun

01:40:34 spoilers

01:59:26 EXIT

#62 Halloween (2018), Apostle, The Twilight Zone

October 26, 2018

#62 Halloween (2018), Apostle, The Twilight Zone

Today’s show is a horror October special. We begin with the latest remake-sequel combo of the O-G masked murderer Halloween; bringing back the scream queen herself. We also delve into the bizarre and cult-leveled and gory atmospheric Apostle, starring the great Dan Stevens. As part of our ongoing Spielberg marathon, we talk about a horror sci-fi anthology film The Twilight Zone. Dante, Spielberg, Miller and Landis join forces for a mixed bag of fun stories.

 

Next Time: Mid 90’s, Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot, Empire of the Sun

October Bonus Episode: Bad Times At The El Royale

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: The Terminator, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, A Simple Favor, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn, Upgrade, The Sisters Brothers, First Man

Ralf: First Man, The Sisters Brothers, Night School,

Oscar: Pieces, Halloween II & III, Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween, First Man, A Star Is Born

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:24 Recent Discoveries

00:42:54 Halloween

00:54:15 spoilers

01:06:54 Apostle

01:25:15 spoilers

01:39:02 The Twilight Zone

02:02:53 EXIT

#B21 Solo: A Star Wars Story

October 26, 2018

#B21 Solo: A Star Wars Story

Have you ever wondered how exactly Han got his full name? That is the aura of the review coming to you today with Solo. While we enjoy some of the action-caper elements brought by Ron Howard and the two previous directors, we can’t help support a fictional prequel that treats its characters like a subpar biopic. Great performances by the leads and support and the film is no easy feat had it succeeded anyway.

#61 Venom, Hold the Dark, The Sugarland Express

October 13, 2018

#61 Venom, Hold The Dark, The Sugarland Express

This week we go to deep dark places. We welcome Fall with the dread-filled action thriller Hold the Dark by a favored director and ask questions about the unconventional third act finale. We also talk about the unfortunate dreadful Venom, calling the Tom Hardy vehicle an interesting mistake with an almost unrecognizable Michelle Williams. Powered by our newest Spielberg retrospective marathon, we discuss the ups and downs of his theatrical debut, The Sugarland Express.

 

Next Time: Halloween, Apostle, Twilight Zone

October Bonus Episode: Bad Times At The El Royale

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: Solo: A Star Wars Story, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

Ralf: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, Joe Rogen: Strange Times

Oscar: Hell Fest, Ouija: Origin of Evil, A Simple Favor, Mandy

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:23 Recent Discoveries

00:25:31 Venom

00:44:42 spoilers

00:58:23 Hold The Dark

01:15:45 spoilers

01:28:33 The Sugarland Express

01:44:41 EXIT

#60 White Boy Rick, Bleach, Duel

October 1, 2018

#60 White Boy Rick, Bleach, Duel

We have started a new marathon! We take on the works of Steven Spielberg with 12 of his films from the 70’s to today; beginning with Duel. Duel is clearly one of the best made-for-TV movies of its era. We also discuss the true story of a teenage snitch and drug kingpin from the 80’s; White Boy Rick. We also get into yet another live action film based on a famous anime, Bleach, and discover that even though it’s one of the few better ones out there, it doesn’t mean much. 

 

Next Time: Venom, Hold The Dark, The Sugarland Express

October Bonus Episode: Bad Times At The El Royale

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: Peppermint

Ralf: Peppermint, Crazy Rich Asians

Oscar: Peppermint, Crazy Rich Asians, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, The House with a Clock In Its Walls, Upgrade

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:16 Recent Discoveries

00:23:56 White Boy Rick

00:36:03 spoilers

00:44:53 Bleach

01:10:32 Duel

01:32:05 spoilers

01:46:02 EXIT

#B20 Isle of Dogs

September 29, 2018

#B20 Isle of Dogs (SEPTEMBER)

The only thing sadder than an isle of banished dogs would be an isle of banished stop-motion animated dogs with great voice acting by Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Jeff Goldblum and more. Wes Anderson’s latest and second animated attempted feature has proven to be a successful way for his attention to detail flourish. Luke and Oscar tackle this film and discuss not only the plot and animation but the Japanese atmosphere and comedic timing.

#59 The Nun, Searching, Borg vs McEnroe

September 16, 2018

#59 The Nun, Searching, Borg vs McEnroe

This time around, we visiting the lopsided grave markers of Romania, sleuthing online for a missing child and watching a tennis match in 1980. Despite entertaining spinoffs and sequels from the Conjuring universe, we discuss their worst entry so far. Searching proves the new movie sub-genre to be useful and a good way to tell a tried and true story of suspense. Borg vs McEnroe is a sports biopic about two heavyweight tennis players in 1980 that has a solid ramp up but lacks creativity.

 

Next Time: Bleach, White Boy Rick, Duel

September Bonus Episode: The Predator

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Ralf: The Mummy

Oscar: Tau, Sharp Objects, The Terror

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:28 Recent Discoveries

00:16:13 Marathon Discussion

00:31:30 The Nun

00:46:27 spoilers

00:55:11 Searching…

01:12:06 spoilers

01:29:03 Borg vs McEnroe

01:53:11 EXIT

#58 Mile 22, The Happytime Murders, The Rider

September 2, 2018

#58 Mile 22, The Happytime Murders, The Rider

We have an eclectic bath of reviews this week. We start by discussing Mark Wahlberg being stranger than usual in Mile 22 as he watches his super secret ops team get eliminated. We find out how gross muppets can be with Happytime Murders and wonder how a good movie premise can go so wrong. The Rider, on the other hand, blends reality with narrative filmmaking in a way rarely seen about a modern day cowboy struggling with life’s decision to keep him away from his dreams.

 

 

 

Next Time: The Happytime Murders, Mile 22, The Rider

August Bonus Episode: First Reformed

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Ralf: Hotel Transylvania 3, The Spy Who Dumped Me, Rampage

Oscar: Extinction, Polka King

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:34 Recent Discoveries

00:22:41 Mile 22

00:36:05 spoilers

00:49:57 The Happytime Murders

01:14:13 The Rider

01:32:20 spoilers

01:51:50 EXIT

#57 Christopher Robin, Like Father, BlacKkKlansman

August 19, 2018

Our super serious and highly recommended episode with two lighter and fluffier movie reviews of the bleaker Christopher Robin and the plain Jane, Like Father. The last one is the much anticipated BlacKkKlansman which is made for discussion and a visceral call for action. Hope you enjoy

 

 

 

Next Time: The Happytime Murders, Mile 22, The Rider

August Bonus Episode: First Reformed

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Ralf: Batman and Harley Quinn, Skyscraper, Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

Oscar: Rampage, Unsane, Eighth Grade

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:04:03 Recent Discoveries

00:22:38 Christopher Robin

00:39:48 spoilers

00:48:12 Like Father

00:59:02 BlacKkKlansman

01:29:51 spoilers

01:44:29 EXIT

#B19 Red Sparrow

August 19, 2018

#B19 Red Sparrow (AUGUST)

If Sparrow School is code for Russian whore spies, then what does Dove School teach? We bring back Lexi to review Red Sparrow with Oscar, discussing the merits of Jennifer Lawrence’s decisions as an actress and the plot holes of the film, not to mention that having a woman for this gender-neutralizing film is a good choice. Yes, we do hope the film had more to offer but it’s not devoid of conversation-making.

#56 Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Bleeding Edge, The Shop Around the Corner

August 5, 2018

#56 Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Bleeding Edge, The Shop Around The Corner

We have an eclectic trio for you today. With a dose of docs and movies of the week peppering our Recent Discoveries, we delve into an interesting documentary, a franchise action flick and a classic rom-com. Ethan Hunt continues his virtuous crusade of saving the world with the first ‘actual’ sequel of the Mission Impossible franchise. The Bleeding Edge teaches us the pitfalls of mistaking innovating ideas with untested trials in the medical community. The Shop Around the Corner finishes our Alpha Classics Marathon and you’ll see why when you hear it.

 

 

 

Next Time: Christopher Robin, BlackkKlansman, Like Father

August Bonus Episode: First Reformed

 

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Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: GOG: Preserving Gaming’s Past and Future, The Magic Pill

Oscar: Downsizing, Black Butterfly, Skyscraper

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:05:17 Recent Discoveries

00:24:40 Mission Impossible: Fallout

00:41:20 spoilers

00:56:37 The Bleeding Edge

01:25:58 The Shop Around the Corner

01:51:39 EXIT

#55 Ant-Man and the Wasp, You Were Never Really Here, House On Haunted Hill

July 23, 2018

We bring to you films of all sorts and ages today. We review our penultiment tile of our latest marathon; House On Haunted Hill with the magnetic Vincent Price. We see the big and small effects of the latest Marvel flick Ant-Man and the Wasp and we wish they were a better fighting duo. We also delve into the mental breakdown of Joaquin Phoenix’s character in You Were Never Really Here.

 

 

Next Time: Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Bleeding Edge, The Shop Around The Corner

July’s Bonus Episode: Sorry To Bother You

 

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Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker

Ralf: @GamerRalf

Luke: @SlothMasterLuke

 

Recent Discoveries

Luke: Jaws, Empire of the Sun, Blade Runner, The Florida Project, Annihilation, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Downsizing, What We Started

Oscar: The Descent 2

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:58 Recent Discoveries

00:28:27 Ant-Man and the Wasp

00:41:47 spoilers

01:01:16 You Were Never Really Here

01:10:57 spoilers

01:20:15 House On Haunted Hill

01:58:48 spoilers

02:04:53 EXIT

#B18 Black Panther

July 23, 2018

Not that we have to be obsessed with race like others but with the overwhelming positivity and stellar actors and Fruitvale Station director, we’re very excited to choose The Black Panther as February’s bonus episode. As a Marvel installment, we do hope that is fixes the usual third act dilemmas with villains and we also hope that a more personal conflict is used over a world-ending one.

#54 Best Films So Far, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Most Anticipated Films of 2018

July 9, 2018

#54 Best Films So Far, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Most Anticipated Films of 2018

Its that time of the year where we evaluate how the year has treated us cinematically by giving you our Top 5 list of favorite flicks so far. We also share our most anticipated movies for the rest of the year by making questionable predictions as to the titles that’ll make our faves. We still bring you a movie review and we chose a documentary called Won’t You Be My Neighbor; about the life and times of Fred Rogers.

 

Next Time: tbd

July’s Bonus Episode: Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:04:46 Recent Discoveries

00:24:17 Top 5 Films So Far

00:25:42 #5

00:28:51 #4

00:33:19 #3

00:37:56 #2

00:39:25 #1

00:44:26 Honorable Mentions

00:48:09 Won’t You Be My Neighbor

01:36:12 The 5 Most Anticipated Films

01:39:54 #5

01:44:14 #4

01:46:39 #3

01:50:35 #2

01:55:15 #1

02:01:47 Honorable Mentions

02:10:31 EXIT

 

Top 5 Films

Oscar

5 Incredibles 2

4 Tully

3 The Breadwinner

2 Won't You Be My Neighbor

1 Annihilation

 

Ralf

5 The Tale

4 Deadpool 2

3 Avengers Infinity War

2 Won’t You Be My Neighbor

1 Tully

 

Most Anticipated Films

Ralf

5 Christopher Robin

4 BlackKlansman

3 Ralph Breaks The Internet

2 Creed 2

1 Bohemian Rhapsody

 

Oscar

5 The Happytime Murders

4 BlackKklansman

3 Widows

2 Suspiria

1 Serenity

#53 Incredibles 2, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Duck Soup

June 25, 2018

#53 Incredibles 2, Pacific Rim: Uprising, Duck Soup

Even though we couldn’t find the time to visit our favorite neighbor with the documentary we talked last about, we are bringing you two unwanted sequels but one succeeds far more than the other. We also dip out toes in the 1930’s with the goofball film Duck Soup. Happy World Cup!

 

 

Next Time: Top 5 Films of the Year So Far, Top 5 Most Anticipated Films of the Year

June’s Bonus Episode: Hereditary

 

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Recent Discoveries

Luke:

Ralf: The World Cup 2018

Oscar: Death Wish, Den of Thieves

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:52 Recent Discovery

00:14:43 Incredibles 2

00:34:32 spoilers

00:53:23 Pacific Rim: Uprising

01:04:29 spoilers

01:12:56 Duck Soup

01:31:45 EXIT

#B17 Phantom Thread

June 15, 2018

#B17 Phantom Thread (JUNE)

Let’s see how romantic we can’t be? Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest piece stars the great Daniel Day Lewis and equally great Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps playing in 1950’s London chic and twisting the terms of relationships. So, of course, we bring in guest host Lexi to untie the many knots created by the film.

 

Alma becomes the muse and lover of the renowned and snobby dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock, which disrupt his fastidious lifestyle with her song will.

#52 Annihilation, The Tale, Double Indemnity

June 9, 2018

#52 Annihilation, The Tale, Double Indemnity

This week deals in serious questions about being human, the nature of breaking down nature and how memory can deceive you. Annihilation is the replacement film we went with and serves up a lengthy discussion about the crazy sci-fi concepts introduced. The Tale is our second in a row HBO original film about the filmmakers struggle to cope with a past misunderstood. Finally, our marathon pick this week is steeped in film noir with Double Indemnity, which holds the classic dames and the killer motives.

 

 

Next Time: The Incredibles 2, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, Duck Soup

June’s Bonus Episode: Hereditary

 

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Recent Discoveries

Ralf: The Land Before Time, The Lion Kind 1/2

Oscar: Ran, The Breadwinner, The Trial

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:47 Recent Discoveries

00:18:13 Annihilation

00:38:18 spoilers

01:02:43 The Tale

01:17:41 spoilers

01:30:40 Double Indemnity

01:41:39 spoilers

01:55:32 EXIT

#51 Deadpool 2, Fahrenheit 451, Ben Hur

May 27, 2018

#51 Deadpool 2, Fahrenheit 451, Ben-Hur

Bloody jokes, book-burning and a chariot race. This week we enjoy the mouthy mercenary Deadpool murdering fools and killing it with the jokes. Then, we move onto an HBO original film Fahrenheit 451 with updates to the 50’s novel. We take in an Oscar-winning oldie with Ben Hur and try our best not to complain about its length and hopefully appreciate its character building.

 

Next Time: Hereditary, Hold the Dark, Double Indemnity

May’s Bonus Episode: Solo: A Star Wars Story

 

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Recent Discoveries

Luke: Suspiria, Icarus, Avengers: Infinity War

Ralf: Cargo, UHF

Oscar: Paterno

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:35 Recent Discoveries

00:20:44 Deadpool 2

00:30:51 spoilers

00:46:50 Fahrenheit 451

01:03:22 spoilers

01:19:30 Ben Hur

01:44:08 spoilers

01:59:21 EXIT

#B16 The Shape of Water

May 15, 2018

Early reviews show that Guillermo Del Toro’s power to both entertain and illuminate hasn’t lost its touch. We are super excited to check out the latest romantic and mysterious and creature feature The Shape of Water from a director who always has something to say in his films from the smaller and personal Pan’s Labyrinth and Cronos to the heavy crowd pleasers like Hellboy and Pacific Rim.

#50 Tully, Anon, Rear Window

May 13, 2018

#50 Tully, Anon, Rear Window

This week, we deal with three different types of deaths. One is the killing of a spouse by the spying of a neighbor in Rear Window. Another is the serial killing of many in a future where transparency is the way of life in Netflix’s original film Anon. The last is the death of a mother’s youth as she deals with daily struggles after her third child comes into the world in Tully.

 

Next Time: Deadpool 2, Paterno, Ben-Hur

May’s Bonus Episode: Solo: A Star Wars Story

#49 Avengers: Infinity War

April 30, 2018

#49 Avengers: Infinity War

Can an infinity war be stopped? Ralf and Oscar speak critically and geekily about the latest MCU film and how they succeeded or failed in assembling and cohesively keeping the narrative throughout. SPOILER ALERT for the whole review!

 

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#48 The Death of Stalin, Mary and the Witch’s Flower, The Red Shoes

April 30, 2018

#48 The Death of Stalin, Mary and the Witch’s Flower, The Red Shoes

Marathon this week delves into the theatrical with the conflict triangle between love of someone and love of dancing. The Red Shoes, often hailed by many contemporaries, has inspired many films since and holds true by the Archers directors. We also look into the sublimely dark comedy The Death of Stalin which takes Russian politics to absurdity. We also had the pleasure to view the first film from Studio Ponoc, Mary and the Witch’s Flower; which brings magic in swishes of storytelling technique and colors. Stay tuned on the website to find out the next show’s roster.

 

Next Time:tbd

April’s Bonus Episode: Isle of Dogs

 

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Recent Discoveries

Ralf: Ready Player One, Warlock, Fantastic Mr. Fox

Oscar: Beyond Skyline, Mute

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:05:03 Recent Discoveries

00:31:21 The Death of Stalin

00:48:45 spoilers

01:02:50 Mary and the Witch’s Flower

01:18:05 spoilers

01:29:31 The Red Shoes

01:51:13 spoilers

02:10:23 EXIT

#47 Ready Player One, I Kill Giants, It Happened One Night

April 15, 2018

#47 Ready Player One, I Kill Giants, It Happened One Night

Luke joins the whole roster this time around as he’s the one this week to pick the three films we’re reviewing today. We begin with Ready Player One, a movie based on an 80’s fanboy author’s work and directed by a key figure in blockbuster cinema. We move onto an indie pseudo-fantasy film called I Kill Giants; about a giant-slayer little girl who’s overcoming family trauma that bleeds into her school time. The final review deals with out newest marathon; It Happened One Night. A film from the 30’s that serves as a formula to much of the romantic comedies and road trip films since.

 

Next Time: Avengers: Infinity War, The Death of Stalin, The Red Shoes

April’s Bonus Episode: Isle of Dogs

 

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Recent Discoveries

Oscar: A Quiet Place, Midnight Sun

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:03:26 Recent Discoveries

Oscar: A Quiet Place, Midnight Sun

00:11:03 Ready Player One

00:39:32 spoilers

00:57:21 I Kill Giants

01:06:59 spoilers

01:18:44 It Happened One Night

01:43:48 spoilers

01:55:05 EXIT

#B15 Murder On The Orient Express

April 15, 2018

#B15 Murder On The Orient Express (APRIL)

Director-actor projects like Murder On The Orient Express are always unpredictable in how they will turn out. Kenneth Branagh is taking on a beloved book that’s been adapted various times and we can’t wait to see how it’ll play as far as its mystery, its older style compared to modern sensibilities and the amazing acting ensemble. The latter is the main element that makes us excited to watch and review it as a bonus; Michelle Pfeiffer up against Judy Dench next to Penelope Cruz for example.

#46 Tomb Raider, Roxanne Roxanne, Seven Samurai

April 1, 2018

#46 Tomb Raider, Roxanne Roxanne, Seven Samurai

We’re back in full swing! As we talk about the overall bland but not boring Tom Raider, we gear up with one of the many Netflix originals and the start of our newest marathon. We talk about the impressionistic life of Roxanne Shante up to the age of 17. We will be concluding the show with the first of nine films in our marathon; Seven Samurai. It’s going to be a doozy and expect lots of discussion. 

 

Next Time: Ready Player One, I Kill Giants, It Happened One Night

 

April’s Bonus Episode: Isle of Dogs

 

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Recent Discoveries List: NoClip Channel, Game Jam: The Movie, Pacific Rim: Uprising, A Wrinkle In Time, Pirates of Silicon Valley, Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine, The Ritual, A Futile and Stupid Gesture, The Garden of Words, Mary and the Witch’s Flower, The Vault, Fuck For Forest, Red Sparrow, Love Simon, Rebecca

 

Show Notes

00:00:00 Announcements

00:08:57 Recent Discoveries

01:10:15 Tomb Raider

01:20:31 spoilers

01:36:07 Roxanne Roxanne

02:04:34 spoilers

02:26:39 Seven Samurai

02:56:08 spoilers

03:21:22 EXIT

#B14 The Snowman

March 15, 2018

Strange and slow month for bonus-episode mining. A horror film is obvious hence The Snowman, with Let The Right One In director Tomas Alfredson and starring the always great Michael Fassbender and Rebecca Ferguson. The trailer and talk behind the film suggest a possible B-movie quality if not a strangeness that’s hard to pinpoint. Still, we can’t wait to see how the film actually fares for us this month.

#45 Academy Awards and Bonus Titles

March 13, 2018

#45 Academy Awards and Bonus Titles

A light and breezy episode concerning the 90th Academy Awards ceremony. We discuss the teleplay and winners and snubs. We also add some of the many flicks we've seen over the last few months that hadn’t yet been mentioned in previous shows.

 

Next Time: tbd

 

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#44 Oscar Talk, Mom and Dad, The Cloverfield Paradox

February 26, 2018

It’s awards season! This is the part of the year where each of us give our predictions and our biased replacement nominations. It’s where we air our grievances and encourage the good stuff. Since it’s 2018, we must also review some flicks. So, a sci-fi and black comedy felt appropriate. We’ve got the zany Mom and Dad that uses Nicolas Cage very well as well as the third pseudo-installment in the Cloverfield franchise with The Cloverfield Paradox.

 

 

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February’s Bonus Episode: The Black Panther

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:09:36 Oscar Talk

01:05:06 Mom and Dad

01:19:25 spoilers

01:31:56 The Cloverfield Paradox

01:46:58 spoilers

01:55:23 EXIT

#B13 mother!

February 18, 2018

Films like Black Swan and Requiem For A Dream has given director Darren Aronofsky much appreciation for us. His unique style and vision is something almost always controversial and love it when directors like him have the resources to make whatever they want creatively. mother! looks like a huge film for him and his peers and we can’t wait to find out what he has in store for us. We’re sure it’s going to be heavy on allegory and nuanced torture.

#43 The Best Films of 2017

January 28, 2018

Yes, we know the Academy Awards nominations are in, not letting us finish up 2017 for good but this is our last countdown show. As we give what we believe are the best movies of 2017, we will also discuss how the year fared overall with highs and lows and in between. Thanks for supporting us by listening to our show and we will catch you at the movies in full swing in 2018 proper.

 

 

Next Time: Oscar Talk

 

January's Bonus Episode: Phantom Thread

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:04:33 The Countdown Rules

00:06:54 #10

00:12:45 #09

00:13:31 #08

00:20:14 #07

00:20:50 #06

00:32:48 #05

00:48:39 #04

01:02:47 #03

01:07:03 #02

01:19:16 #01

01:44:05 Extra 2017 Stuff

-Honorable Mentions

-Disappointments

-Missed Out

 

Movies

Oscar

1 The Florida Project

2 The Shape of Water

3 Get Out

4 Lady Bird

5 Blade Runner: 2049

6 The Lego Batman Movie

7 Baby Driver

8 mother!

9 Your Name

10 The Lost City of Z

 

Ralf

1 Get Out

2 Your Name

3 The Shape of Water

4 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

5 Atomic Blonde

6 Thor: Ragnarok

7 Logan

8 Baby Driver

9 The Lego Batman Movie

10 The Big Sick

 

Luke

1 Your Name

2 Thor: Ragnarok

3 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

4 A Silent Voice

5 Baby Driver

6 Logan

7 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

8 he Big Sick

9 Get Out

10 Oklahoma City

#42 The Best Discoveries In 2017

January 20, 2018

#42 The Best Discoveries in 2017

What do we mean when we say discoveries? It’s a top ten list unlike other end-of-year lists that many podcasters and critics make. It means that pieces of media or art discovered that DID NOT come out in 2017 have a chance of making this top ten. It’s a good way to illuminate movies or books or a song that has ben lost to more contemporary items. Enjoy and come back next week for the main event, the best films of 2017.

 

 

Next Time: The Best Movies of 2017

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:05:07 Discovery?

00:11:40 #10

00:21:23 #09

00:29:42 #08

00:39:28 #07

00:48:28 #06

00:57:59 Luke’s Top 5 Discoveries

01:17:21 #05

01:25:46 #04

01:33:02 #03

01:41:45 #02

01:55:55 #01

02:06:37 Honorable Mentions + EXIT

 

Discoveries

Ralf

1 Wait Until Dark

2 Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History

3 Retropie

4 Sheriff of Nottingham

5 Shameless

6 Hand of Fate

7 Birthright

8 The Magicians

9 Potty Training

10 Joe Rogan Experience

 

Oscar

1 The Dark Tower

2 Silence

3 Makoto Shinkai

4 The OA

5 Stop Making Sense

6 20th Century Women

7 Extraordinary Stories

8 Peeping Tom

9 The Wailing

10 American Gods

 

Luke

1 Shameless

2 OJ: Made In America

3 Grave of the Fireflies

4 Captain Fantastic

5 The Minimalist

#41 The Best TV Shows of 2017 Part Two

January 14, 2018

 

TV: The Sequel. Ralf joins in on the Top Ten fun with his as well as Oscar’s Best 10 shows of the year. There’s more animated series than anticipated and 2017 showed some great sophomore and especially freshman efforts. Channels less popular are making lists! Don’t cheat and check the rest of these notes beforehand. Discover what made our list as you listen.

 

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

The Best TV Shows of 2017 II

00:04:04 #10

00:12:13 #09

00:20:37 #08

00:33:21 #07

00:42:10 #06

00:51:14 #05

01:03:22 #04

01:10:29 #03

01:16:37 #02

01:25:07 #01

01:37:35 Honorable Mentions

01:46:31 Disappointments

01:48:51 Missed Out

01:53:17 EXIT

 

Ralf

01 My Hero Academia

02 Rick and Morty

03 Game of Thrones

04 Stranger Things 2

05 One Piece

06 Castlevania

07 A Series of Unfortunate Events

08 The Defiant Ones

09 Bosch

10 Ultimate Beastmaster

 

Oscar

01 Twin Peaks: The Return

02 The Leftovers

03 Rick and Morty

04 Legion

05 The Deuce

06 Mr. Robot

07 Mindhunter

08 American Gods

09 Stranger Things 2

10 Fargo

#B12 Detroit

January 11, 2018

The writer-director duo return for their third film after the massive success of the political action thrillers The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. We love that track record and are very excited to dive into the emotionally-charged period film Detroit. Can’t wait to see the performances and the delicate touch director Kathryn Bigelow has been able to bestow in the past, even with action films like K-9 and Point Break.

#40 The Best TV Shows of 2017 Part One

January 7, 2018

It’s the beginning of Countdown month! We move from the silver screen to the small one. We have a guest host to give his top 10 while Oscar cheats and gives his 11-20 and the main 10 with Ralf next week. It’s been a hella great year for the golden TV age and there’s a solid mix of new and older shows making lists. Stay with us next week for the TV conclusion.

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:06:17 The Best TV Shows of 2017 I

00:10:07 #10 / #20

00:16:14 #09 / #19

00:26:27 #08 / #18

00:32:23 #07 / #17

00:38:17 #06 / #16

00:47:35 #05 / #15

00:55:37 #04 / #14

01:01:52 #03 / #13

01:08:46 #02 / #12

01:18:19 #01 / #11

01:32:47 Extras

01:43:02 EXIT

 

Marcos

01 Game of Thrones

02 Mindhunter

03 Preacher

04 GLOW

05 Punisher

06 Legion

07 Love

08 Big Mouth

09 Twin Peaks: The Return

10 Stranger Things 2

 

Oscar

11 Game of Thrones

12 Big Little Lies

13 Dear White People

14 Master of None

15 The Defiant Ones

16 The Handmaid’s Tale

17 Homeland

18 GLOW

19 Sense 8

20 The Americans

 

#B11 Spider-Man: Homecoming

December 24, 2017

Marvel has taken their baby back! Borrowed of course. Can the teenage neighborhood superhero show the world how to treat these comic book characters in the future? With all of the copyright issues between studios, we hope that others lend their support to the MCU. Peter Parker’s well-known history is shifted and done greatly with the addition of Tony Stark as mentor.

#39 The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

December 24, 2017

 

Our last show of the year deals with a massive blockbuster and much anticipated sequel, a deranged and dour family film, and an adventurous remake. One of them lies in the middle of the road, one a high contender and the last a bitter taste that defies repeat viewings. Which will land at these spots? See you next year folks for our Best Of The Year lists.

 

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:25 Recent Viewings

Oscar: American Assassin, Columbus, Radio Mary

Ralf: Deepwater Horizon

00:14:59 The Killing of a Sacred Deer

00:28:17 spoilers

00:46:54 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

01:03:33 spoilers

01:20:24 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

01:51:07 spoilers

02:27:03 EXIT

#38 The Nile Hilton Incident, Coco, The Disaster Artist

December 10, 2017

 

Welcome to B-movie happy hour! Never have we been as excited to review a James Franco project like his latest and daring biopic attempt about the man that brought us the infamous The Room. The worst movie ever made re-realized on screen should prove quite interesting. Coco is the latest from Pixar’s arsenal of emotional animated films and boys like Ralf and Oscar can’t wait to seek their teeth into the culturel aspects that relate to their own. The Nile Hilton Incident is in the sub-genre of ‘specific period’ films that relate to a true event and we can’t wait to see and hope it fits in the best-of list against the others.

 

 

Next Time: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, I, Tonya, The Killing of a Sacred Deer

 

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Show Notes

00:00:00 INTRO

00:02:17 Recent Viewings

Oscar: Lady Bird, Mudbound

Ralf: Jim and Andy, Man On The Moon

Luke: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Atomic Blonde

00:21:47 Announcements

00:25:47 The Nile Hilton Incident

00:38:46 spoilers

00:47:22 Coco

01:07:20 spoilers

01:33:27 Frozen Short

01:36:22 The Disaster Artist

01:45:33 spoilers

02:03:46 EXIT