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

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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

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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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206 - Atomic Blonde

• August 10th, 2017

This episode we review the 80s-themed action film "Atomic Blonde," starring Charlize Theron, and for our Netflix Homework we discuss the political documentary "Accidental Courtesy." We also talk about what film adaptations or sequels we want a complete do-over for, and Keith barates his co-host for not watching "Game of Thrones."

Atomic Blonde trailer

Accidental Courtesy trailer

 

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205 - Dunkirk & Valerian

• August 3rd, 2017

 After a small summer break we're back with load of new reviews, including Luc Besson's wild space-opera "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets," Bong Joon Ho's sci-fi satire "Okja" and Christopher Nolan's new war epic "Dunkirk."Keith breaks down his experience at 2017's San Diego Comic-Con and we both weigh in on all the news that was dropped out of Hall-H. Also, Keith has beef with whiny bloggers who think they're too cool for Con. 

Dunkirk trailer

Valerian trailer

Okja trailer

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204 - Spider-Man Homecoming

• July 13th, 2017

This week we forgo movie news and we give the final word on Cracked.com's list of "20 Shows and Movies That Don't Deserve The Praise They Get." We also review Marvel's new "Spider-Man Homecoming" and at the end of the program we review the 2011, gay-themed romantic indie, "Weekend." 

Spider-Man Homecoming trailer

Weekend trailer

 

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203 - Baby Driver

• July 7th, 2017

This week we record live from San Diego on the night of 4th of July. We review Edgar Wright's new action film "Baby Driver" and the Tupac biopic "All Eyez on Me." Keith talks about the Netflix Homework "Glengarry Glen Ross," which has since been pulled from the streaming service before Cassidy could watch it, and we compare Ron Howard to different diet cola brands. 

Baby Driver trailer

All Eyez on Me trailer

Glengarry Glen Ross trailer

Time Stamps: 
Intro Banter: 1:30*
Movie News:  8:46*
Baby Driver review: 23:42*
All Eyez on Me review: 46:14*
Glengarry Glen Ross review: 1:06:22*
Wrap Up and Contact info: 1:16:58*

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202 - It Comes at Night

• June 22nd, 2017

Hello. This week friend of show Amanda Kowalski steps in for Keith to help Cassidy review the indie-thriller "It Comes at Night" and the animated film "Captain Underpants: First Epic Movie." In the news segment, we discuss Henry Selick's new project with The Russo Brothers, Jessica Chastain's casting in the upcoming Dark Phoenix movie and, at the end, we give our streaming recommendations. Amanda also talks about the ups and downs of her 365 movie's in a year project. 

Captain Underpants trailer

It Comes at Night trailer

Time Stamps:
Intro/banter: 1:10*
Movie news: 9:10*
Captain Underpants review: 26:32* 
It Comes at Night review: 41:00*
Streaming recommendations: 58:22*
Wrap Up and Contact info: 1:09:30

 

 

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201 - Wonder Woman

• June 8th, 2017

This week Keith gets a beef off his chest against Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, we run through backed up movie news from the previous weeks, and we review the long-awaited "Wonder Woman" movie. We also discuss our most Californian habits or traits and at then end of the podcast we review the animated cult-comedy "Nerdland" as our Netflix Homework.

Wonder Woman trailer

Nerdland trailer

intro/banter - 00:58 *
movie news - 09:40 *
Wonder Woman review - 28:15 *
Nerdland review - 57:30 *
wrap up and contact info - 1:10:50   

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200 (pt.2) - Listener Q&A

• May 30th, 2017

This half of the 200th episode contains our Q&A segment with listeners who sent in their questions. Topics include: how one teaches improv comedy, when spoilers are and are not appropriate, our all-time favorite television shows, High School, our pop-culture obsessions, the future of cinema, and accidental racism. Thank you to everyone for listening, thanks for sending in your questions and for hanging on as long as you have.

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