216 - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

• December 7th, 2017

This week we're diving headfirst into prestige season with our reviews of Martin McDonagh's newest crime film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri" and Noah Baumbach's latest film for Netflix, "The Meyerowitz Stories." We also talk about the possibility of a Quentin Tarantino "Star Trek" movie and Ryan Reynolds casting as detective Pikachu. 

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215 - Justice League

• November 30th, 2017

This week Keith gets mad at the internet and argues for ending Net Neutrality to end click bait articles. We weigh Zack Snyder's "Justice League"against the previous films in the fledgling DC cinematic universe. We also talk about Greta Gerwig's latest indie darling "Lady Bird," and for the Netflix Homework we review the U.S. version of Michael Haneke's horror film "Funny Games."

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214 - Thor: Ragnarok

• November 16th, 2017

This week, Keith is back and Patrick of the Detroit-based podcasts Make Dad Read Comics and Almost Educational joins the show. We discuss "Thor: Ragnarok" and Cassidy reviews the indie releases "The Florida Project and "My Friend Dahmer." For our Netflix Homework we all talk about the documentary "American Anarchist," which profiles the elderly author of the now-infamous Anarchist Cookbook.

Thor: Ragnarok trailer

The Florida Project trailer

My Friend Dahmer trailer

American Anarchist trailer


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213 - Halloween Special

• October 26th, 2017

With no recent movies to review, Richard Wolley rejoins the podcast to discuss some of our favorite scary movies and some of the classic horror films we've been catching up with this month. We talk about 80s gore flicks, paranoia-driven horror and gross-out body-concious horror. We also debate which fiilms are better between "American Werewolf in London" vs. "The Howling" and "Dawn of the Dead" vs. "Day of the Dead." At the end of the show, we recommend some of our favorite horror gems currently streaming on Netflix. 

Buy "Terror in 16 Bits" here; the horror anthology featuring a short story by Richard. 

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212 - Happy Death Day

• October 19th, 2017

This week horror-enthusiast and filmmaker Sam Wineman joins the podcast to discuss his new short "The Quiet Room." We also talk about the influence of queer-themed horror,  Sam's time working with Blumhouse Productions and early 2000s Mtv docu-dramas. We also review Blumhouse's latest slasher film "Happy Death Day" and for our Netflix Homework we discuss the Netflix Original film "The Babysitter," directed by McG. 

Check out the teaser for Sam's horror short "The Quiet Room" here.

Check out this trailer for Sam's 2013 docu-series "Date Trip" here.

Happy Death Day Trailer

The Babysitter trailer

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211 - Blade Runner 2049

• October 12th, 2017

We kick off October 2017 with our review of the long-awaited sci-fi sequel "Blade Runner 2049." We also discuss the news about the developing Gambit standalone movie, a Hugh Heffner biopic, as well as the recent Harvey Weinstein revelations. For our Netflix Homework we review the Turkish extream horror film "Baskin."

Blade Runner 2049 trailer

Baskin trailer

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210 - Mother & Kingsmen 2

• September 28th, 2017

For the last episode of 2017's Guestember, friend of the show Ashlee Hitchcock returns to help us review the controversial Darren Aronofsky film "mother!" and the action sequel "Kingsmen: The Golden Circle. We also play a new game in which we try to revive the careers of fallen stars. At the end of the program we discuss Spike Lee's 1986 debut "She's Gotta Have It."

mother! trailer

Kingsmen: The Golden Circle trailer

She's Gotta Have It trailer

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209 - It

• September 14th, 2017

For week two of guestember (permitting we can get more guests), we have Mike Brown, New York improv comedian and host of the youtube film review channel "Gotta Love Them Movies." We discuss Adam McKay's Dick Cheney biopic, the all-female "Lord of the Flies" project, and together we review the highly anticipated, record-shattering adaptation of Stephen King's 1986 horror novel "It." No Netflix homework this week. Sorry. 

It trailer

Mike Brown's youtube page

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208 - Death Note & Logan Lucky

• September 7th, 2017

This week we are in no shortage of topics with special guest Mike Fallek of the east-coast podcast "Lets Start a Cult." He joins us to talk about the dangers of group think, the virtues of Obi Wan Kenobi and the role of an actor on set. Together we review Stephen Soderbergh's new film "Logan Lucky," the Netflix-produced "Death Note," based on the Japanese anime, and at the end, we discuss Brad Bird's animated classic "The Iron Giant."                                         

Logan Lucky trailer

Death Note trailer

Iron Giant trailer

Check out Mike's Lets Start a Cult podcast here                                                                                                         
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207 - The Big Sick

• August 17th, 2017

This week we take a break from the blockbuster mayhem to review this summer's indie comedy hit "The Big Sick," starring comedian Kumail Nanjiani. We also disavow Nazis and white supremacists, give our hot takes on this week's movie news and for our Netflix homework we review the classic 1950 thriller "Sunset Boulevard." 

The Big Sick trailer

Sunset Boulevard trailer

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