Ep 39: “My Appreciation For This Movie Has Completely EVAPORATED”

Movie news, Batman casting proposals, and an in-depth critique of the new Netflix film Velvet Buzzsaw. What more could you ask for? Listen to us on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7wppVfpKbBOXGLg1RYeUJB?si=OISddYKOQTuGykkNPjsxow

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Ep 36: “One Big Oof”

It’s the Fake Awards Season! This week, the boys talk about the 2019 Golden Globes and all the missteps that the so-called “Hollywood Foreign Press Association” made this year. They also review Bumblebee, Vice, and Aquaman. It’s the Holiday Movie Extravaganza!

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Ep 35: “I Bet That Was Real Cocaine”

Spiders & Ass Montages! Tune in this week to hear the boys review Clint Eastwood’s latest film ‘The Mule’ and the newest entry in the Spider-Man Franchise ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse’

 

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Ep 32: “I’ve Got A Need…A Need For Creed”

Happy Thanksgiving! Hope y’all didn’t into too many family feuds (or that you at least had enough drinks to make it fun). The boys had a busy holiday weekend in which they abandoned their families just to review ‘Creed 2’ & ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ for you beautiful Viewing Angels. You’re welcome.

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Ep 8: “It’s The Cinematic Equivalent Of 9/11”

Boy, this episode is a real humdinger. Dan and Robert talk a lot of trailers before digging into one of the scariest films of the past decade, Hereditary. The boys then highlight some of their favorite debut feature films in honor of Ari Aster’s horrifying debut. Robert talks about magical farting corpses, Dan’s voice cracks, and they both think Chris Pratt needs to step up his game. Subscribe to us on your favorite podcast service to stay up to date on our hottest takes.

 

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Ep 5: “It’s Very Violent Vaudeville”

Dan & Robert both saw Deadpool 2 and boy are there a lot of laugh breaks. The 50th anniversary of 2001: A Space Odyssey prompts a classic review as Dan watched an original print in the theaters. Intro and Outro music by Vexento.