This week, Tiny and I review episodes 5 and 6 of the final season of Game of Thrones. In this episode, we share our spoiler-filled thoughts on the show’s penultimate episode, “The Bells” and it’s series finale, “The Iron Throne”, respectively.
It’s a bonus episode twofer! In this special bonus episode Tiny and I review Long Shot in my car after a screening. Then, as if that wasn’t enough, Kyrsten and I talk about Poms and her reaction to Avengers: Endgame!
This week, Kyrsten makes her triumphant return to the podcast after taking an extended theatre sabbatical. In this episode, we catch up with her, discuss the Sonic the Hedgehog trailer and backlash, and touch on Captain Marvel and the YouTube original series Weird City. We also review Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.
Finally, we continue our TV Show Swap Project by reviewing episodes 4 and 5 from the first seasons of LOST (Walkabout & White Rabbit) and Flashpoint (Asking for Flowers & Who’s George?).
This week, Tiny and I review episodes 3 and 4 of the final season of Game of Thrones. In this episode, we share our spoiler-filled thoughts on “The Long Night” and “The Last of the Starks” respectively. We also share our concerns and predictions for how the series will wrap up!
Recorded April 30, 2019 – All Tiny and I are doing in this episode is going full spoilers in our review of Avengers: Endgame! Then, as an added bonus, I share my thoughts on the new Endgame-spoiling trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home and the latest Disney release date news.
Tiny and I are back and all we’re doing in this episode is talking the first two episodes of the final season of Game of Thrones. In this episode, we share our spoiler-filled thoughts on episodes 1 and 2: “Winterfell” and “A Night of the Seven Kingdoms” respectively. We also rundown 5 characters each of us think will die in The Battle of Winterfell!
Recorded March 13, 2019 (for the most part): This week, Tiny and I review Jordan Peele’s new movie, Us. Then, in an earlier recording, we dive into an extended potpourri episode wherein we discuss Strange Days (1995), Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018), The Umbrella Academy’s first episode, Fifty Shades Freed (2018), Apollo 11 (2019), Senna (2010), Queer Eye, and more.
This week, Fekkes and I review the latest MCU movie, Captain Marvel! We also talk about the recent college admission bribery scheme news, updates on Amazon Prime’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series, Leaving Neverland, The Shield, and more.
This week, I sat down with new guest Manny Casillas (Crityrion on Letterboxd) to talk about Oscar snubs throughout history, further breakdown this year’s nominees, and attempt to dig up as much dirt on Kyrsten as possible.
This week, Tiny and I welcome special guest Ben Sears to the show! Ben is a patreon supporter who is known for his photography, going to elementary school (for a time) with Tiny, and paying us to be a guest on the podcast! In this special episode, we rundown this year’s Oscar nominees! Enjoy.
Premise: A legendary American war veteran is recruited to hunt a mythical creature.
I was pleasantly surprised by The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot. I haven’t seen the trailer but the title, premise, and poster all feel like the movie is supposed to be a cheesy, ultra-violent genre movie. What the movie actually is is far from that. Instead, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot is a melancholic study of a man who has closed himself off from the world as he deals with what he did in the war. Continue reading →
Premise: Harry Crumb is a bumbling and inept private investigator who is hired to solve the kidnapping of a young heiress which he’s not expected to solve because his employer is the mastermind behind the kidnapping.
I grew up watching and enjoying a lot of John Candy’s work. Uncle Buck, Brewster’s Millions, The Great Outdoors, and Cool Runnings were all on heavy rotation in my house growing up. Who’s Harry Crumb?, however, is a movie I never saw. Now that I’ve seen it, (and although I didn’t necessarily “hate” it) I would have been okay having never seen it. Continue reading →
Premise: Dictator Adenoid Hynkel tries to expand his empire while a poor Jewish barber tries to avoid persecution from Hynkel’s regime.
Immediately after The Great Dictator ended, I rewound the movie and rewatched the five minute speech at the end again. Now, while sitting in the afterglow of my first viewing of the film, I am really hard-pressed to think of any movie moments that are as emotionally affecting, timeless in their relevance, and as intensely powerful as that speech was. I am not being the least bit hyperbolic when I say that with one viewing, I’m confident in saying The Great Dictator is a true masterpiece.
The Pokémon universe translates really well into live action. I would love to see more of this universe and more Pokémon battles, specifically. The CGI looked great. The variety (and sheer amount) of Pokémon throughout the movie kept me interested and impressed me. I have a relatively limited knowledge of Pokémon (I played one of the games for like a month w […]
Podcast reviews: - The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 278 – Avengers: Endgame (Spoiler Review), Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Reaction, and Disney’s Release Date Announcements - The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 280 – Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Sonic Movie Trailer, Captain Marvel, Weird City, and TV Show Swap: LOSTPoint