Coming to you LIVE (via edited recording so not live at all) out of Columbus, Ohio... a revolving group of friends discuss a different movie every episode. Spoiler warning issued, and tangents welcomed.
Kelsey and Treb don tinfoil hats to discuss Andrew Patterson's first directorial outing with me. We're all excited to see what Patterson comes up with next. We had a blast recording, and we hope you have a blast listening.
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Next week Blade Runner 2049 is up for discussion with Ricardo and Hannah.
Aloha from Reel Original veterans Dave, Suzanne, and Sterling! We dive into the complicated history of Adam Sandler movies, Drew Barrymore's wilder times, and even a little of Britney Spears' conservatorship. We have a blast discussing this misfire of a movie and can't wait to do it again.
Next week we're taking a break off, but the week after I'll be discussing Vast Of Night with Kelsey and Treb.
Replicants Rico, Hannah, and myself bond together to tackle this sci fi classic. Grab your philosophy 101 textbooks and a comfy chair, this one's a long one.
Please give the podcast a rating if you're able to! It helps us stay off of the Blade Runners' radar.
Next week we'll be discussing Adam Sandler's 50 First Dates.
Recurring podcast superstar siblings Kelsey & Treb join in on the fun of discussing a film. Jason Lei Howden and Daniel Radcliffe bring us Guns Akimbo, with recurring podcast favorite actor Samara Weaving. If you enjoy the episode please give us a share on social media!
Next week will be a favorite of mine, Blade Runner. Senior correspondent Ricardo and Junior correspondent Hannah will be listening to me gush about the movie.
Guests Taylor and Noah return to discuss the Amazon exclusive Sound Of Metal with me. We have a great time discussing the interesting character study.
Next week Kelsey/Treb return to discuss Guns Akimbo! pew pew pew
Join Sterling, Suzanne, and myself to discuss a movie we have labeled "10 times better than Tenant." It's a blast of a movie and we enjoyed discussing it.
VFX artists react to I Am Mother: https://youtu.be/erY_8JRgUiI?t=186
Next week Taylor and Noah return to discuss The Sound Of Metal with me. Please share the podcast on social media if you're willing to!
Veteran Ricardo and first time guest Hannah join me in the bush to discuss Taika Waititi's excellent Hunt For The Wilderpeople. There's a lot to praise, unpack, and enjoy from this film.
All movie audio is from Hunt For The Wilderpeople or The Stupids. Lindsay Ellis' referenced excellent Youtube trilogy of episodes discussing The Hobbit and it's impact on New Zealand can be started at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTRUQ-RKfUs
Next week will be I Am Mother with veterans Sterling and Suzanne!
Kelsey and Treb join me in an escape pod as we jettison away from this Netflix Exclusive from George Clooney. We have a great time figuring out what didn't work about this movie.
Join us next week on Jan 18 where I'll have friends on to discuss Taika Waititi's Hunt For The Wilderpeople.
Ricardo and Nate join me to discuss one of our favorite Christmas movies. WHERE IS YOUR CHRISTMAS SPIRIT?!?
Next week will be Suz and Sterling joining me for Netflix' new Christmas musical Jingle Jangle.
Suz, Sterling, and I slog through a Netflix exclusive nobody's ever heard of for our audience. You've never heard of the movie, and there's good reason for that.
Next episode we publish will be Krampus on 12/14/2020 as we're returning to our Monday timeslot.
Kelsey, Treb, and I had to watch Robin Williams' awful film What Dreams May Come for this podcast episode. What kind of hellacious world would drive us to do such a thing? Blame Treb this week on Reel Original. Am I dead? Is this hell?
Next episode will be a groovy double feature of Thankskilling & Planes, Trains and Automobiles with Ricardo and Nate.
Veteran detectives Sterling and Suz discuss the Netflix Exclusive with me, and we use all the clues around us to solve the mystery of what works and what doesn't.
We're taking a week off from publishing and then Kelsey, Treb, and I will be back on 11/18/20 with Robin Williams' Oscar-winning movie What Dreams May Come (1998).
Nate and Ricardo come over for a groovy seance. They don't have the best taste in movies but we have a fun time talking about The Babysitter. Not to be confused with The Babysitters Club or A Babysitter's Guide To Monster Hunting.
Correction: Daredevil was not a 90s movie, as it hit theaters in 2003.
Noah and Taylor try our best to keep our wits as we discuss the bio-exorcist Beetlejuice.
Corrections: the Beetlejuice show intro WAS composed by Danny Elfman, and the show aired on ABC/Fox- not Cartoon Network.
Next episode we'll be switching to a Wednesday publish date henceforth for Netflix's The Babysitter!
Taylor and Noah squeeze into their superhero suits to help me figure out my feelings for Sam Raimi's Spiderman 3. Conversations veer into space nazis, WW1, ghost walks, terrible butlers, and so much more. You don't want to miss this one!
We'll be taking a week off after this episode, and we'll be back 10/12 to discuss Spike Lee's Da Five Bloods.
Ricardo and Nate join me to discuss the new Netflix Exclusive The Devil All The Time starting handsome non-Ohioans Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.
Also a correction on this episode: I mentioned Longmire is filmed in Oregon, when in fact it is filmed mostly in New Mexico.
Next week is Spiderman 3! Remember Spiderman 3? Taylor, Noah, and I sure remember it.
Suzanne and Sterling grace the podcast once more with their dulcet tones to discuss Charlie Kaufman's I'm Thinking Of Ending Things. It's a brainbuster of a film and we try to parse what we watched.
Next week is The Devil All The Time with Recordo and Nate.
Ho ho ho, Merry Labor Day! Siblings Kelsey and Trebor join me to discuss the Kate Winslet / Josh Brolin suspense movie Labor Day.
Next week we should be publishing episode on the Netflix exclusive "I'm Thinking Of Ending Things" with Suzanne and Sterling.
Nate and Ricardo don their tightest tanktops for a sweaty conversation about what may very well be the worlds best movie filmed in the 80s about arm wrestling. I should probably specify that Stallone did NOT threaten us in regards to our conversation and we all think he's a super groovy guy.
Some information about the Over The Top toy lineup: http://www.lostentertainment.org/2014/05/toys-over-top-action-figures.html
Next episode will be published on Labor Day 9/6/2020, and the movie will conveniently also be "Labor Day" which is free on Tubi.
Suz, Sterling, and I discuss Rian Johnson's future classic Knives Out. Along the way we make references to some Edgar Wright movies, Tomb Raider (2001), Logan Lucky, the James Bond movies, some Star Wars movies, and more.
We enjoy discussing the plot of Knives Out while entertaining the idea of a possible sequel.
Treb picks What If for him, Kelsey, and I to discuss. It's a wild time and we have a blast. Blade Runner 2049, Tully, Scrotal Recall, Terminator Dark Fate, Mother!, Star Trek TNG, and the video game Life Is Strange all come up as we discuss the film.
Next week is Mr. Right!
Recordo and Nathaniel join me in a conversation about Alex Garland's Ex Machina. Starring Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, and Domhnall Gleeson, this suspenseful sci fi thriller will be wowing audiences for decades to come. As always, we recommend watching the movie before listening to the podcast but it's up to you!
Distractions go far and wide in this one as we find ourselves discussing Icebreaker, Sucker Punch, Sleuth, SWTFA, Annihilation, and even Bethesda Softworks for some reason.
Next episode will be the Daniel Radcliffe romcom "What If." The YouTube link referenced is https://youtu.be/pY-kr8DgnWk
Suzanne and Sterling guest star in their first podcast episode about the excellent Bong Joon Ho film Snowpiercer. Will our conversation get derailed? Will we stay on track? Can we engineer a good ending to the episode? Listen to find out all this and more.
My friends Carly and Dylan introduce me to the world of romcoms with.... mixed results. Spoilers for Set It Up, John Wick, Rise Of Skywalker, and FDR American Badass. We say the phrase 'romcom' 20,059 times in this episode, and I accidentally use about half the episode ranting about Rent.