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!
In this bonus episode, Mike and I review the new horror/thriller movie, Escape Room. We also talk about Mike’s latest milestone in his long-running Movie Night tradition, amateur film criticism, and then we end the episode with a bunch of tangents.
In this bonus episode, Fekkes and I review the new DCEU movie, Aquaman, determine it’s place within the DCEU, and discuss the future of DC movies. We also talk about the insanely bizarre Kevin Spacey YouTube video, “Let Me Be Frank” that was posted on Christmas Eve, discuss Star Wars Episode IX news, and I share my thoughts on the Netflix doc The American Meme.
In this SPOILER-FILLED bonus episode, Tiny and I talk about season 7 of Game of Thrones, its finale, and what we think the future holds for this series. This episode is extremely spoiler-filled, so be warned! We talk in depth about each of the season’s major story arcs and discuss what we thought of them as viewers and fans of the series. Continue reading →
In this bonus episode, we palaver about the first official trailer for Nikolaj Arcel’s adaptation of Stephen King’s magnum opus, The Dark Tower. As longtime fans of Stephen King and The Dark Tower series, Tiny and I take to celebrating the fact that this beloved series is finally making the jump to film. We also talk about the Internet’s reaction to the trailer, Easter eggs, and our expectations for the film. Continue reading →
In this bonus episode, Matt and Tiny review season 1 of Netflix’s latest original series, Stranger Things, This episode is a spoiler-filled discussion, so be sure to watch the show before you listen to the episode! Continue reading →
In this SPOILER-FILLED bonus episode, Tiny and I talk about season 6 of Game of Thrones, it’s finale, and what we think the future holds for this series. This episode is extremely spoiler-filled, so be warned! We talk in depth about each of the season’s major story arcs and discuss what we thought of them as viewers and fans of the series. Continue reading →
In this bonus ep, Matt welcomes Brian Davids from Film Schlubsto review Hulu’s recent event series, 11.22.63 based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. There is a spoiler-free review and a spoiler discussion included in this episode, so be warned and check the timestamps. Continue reading →
In this bonus episode of the podcast, Matt is joined by Pat (from The Nerds You’re Looking For) to discuss and review Daredevil Season 2, which was recently added to Netflix. After the review, Matt and Pat talk about season 1 of Love, Fantastic Lies, and London Has Fallen in a brief Potpourri segment.
Tiny and I talked out our feelings about True Detective Season 2 in what was originally intended as a Potpourri recording for OV122. But we got longwinded and I decided to cut it into its own Bonus Episode. Enjoy and let us know what you thought of True Detective Season 2.
When I was around 15 or 16 years old and Netflix just had their "DVD by mail" service, I "discovered" Seven Samurai and was really awestruck by it. Even though I probably was too young and inexperienced to really appreciate the nuances and influence it had on film, I was still enamored with the characterization, the drama, the action, the […]
A pretty dry look at Mifune's career and his relationship with Kurosawa, in particular. I really wish it had dived deeper into Mifune's life and personality. Unfortunately it doesn't spend much time on the topics it covers. Instead, it's pretty much an overview of the subject of Mifune, with bits of Japanese history and Japanese cinema th […]
Started off kind of rocky with some bits that didn't land as hard for me and/or had their punchlines spoiled in the trailer. There was also some distracting editing throughout it that I assume for one reason or another was due to the three leads being so young. But aside from those quibbles, Good Boys is really funny in a way that plays up the innocence […]