In this episode, Mike and I catch up and share stories about returning to the theater post vaccine, as well as our thoughts on Nomadland, and Together Together. We also discuss trailers for Spiral: From the Book of Saw, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
2020 is finally over and we’re here with The Obsessive Viewer’s 2020 Year in Review episode! It’s our annual episode where Tiny, Mike, and myself share our movie viewing stats for the year and our top ten favorite movies lists. So join us as we bid adieu to the shit storm that was 2020 and hope for a better 2021.
This week, Mike joins me to review IFC Midnight’s new releases Relic and The Rental. We also chat about Mike’s recovery from nose surgery, the newly announced Scream Factory Friday the 13th Blu-ray collection, and the ill-advised Days of the Dead convention.
In this laid back, extended conversation episode, Mike and I cover a wide range of topics including his son’s first movie theater experience, the ridiculous Twitter meltdown of @RareHorror, life in the streaming era, and more. We also review the new Child’s Play and briefly discuss Tenebrae and Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
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.
This week, Mike and I chat about a bunch of things including AMC A-List, Letterboxd, The Artcraft Theatre in Franklin Indiana, seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey in IMAX, my method for compiling my top 100 favorite movies list, and we eventually do a couple rounds of Letterboxd Potpourri.
In this special on-location episode, I discussed Pirates of the Caribbean 5 (#Privates) with former full-time host, Mike White! We review Pirates, talk about Johnny Depp, Power Rangers ads, and The Dark Tower trailer some more. Continue reading →
Sorry for the technical issues in this episode! We’re working on it.
Mike’s on Spring Break and decided to drop by for an Extended Potpourri! We rant about Fuller House, talk about my strange emotional viewing of Locke, talk about some early 2016 horror movies, some comedies from last year and this year and more! Continue reading →
Recorded live from our booth at Indy PopCon! Here’s our final Indy PopCon 2014 episode. It’s filled with the favorite movies and TV shows of all the people who came and talked to us at our booth. We met and got to talk to so many awesome people at the convention that we had to give all the con attendees their own episode.
We also took some time at the top of the episode to talk about how we felt about the convention and recounted our favorite moments from the weekend.
Recorded live from our booth at Indy PopCon! We had some down time at Indy PopCon on Sunday. The crowds were dying down and people were hustling to buy things last minute from vendors. So we decided to record an extended potpourri episode.
Topics covered in this episode include our discussion about X-Men: Days of Future Past, Jon Favreau’s Chef, Adore and A.C.O.D. We also go into a healthy tangent about Interstellar’s tagline and what it might imply about the movie.
Full review forthcoming but it never ceases to amaze me that this franchise started with a Point Break rip-off, got to the brink of becoming a straight-to-video loose sequel machine and then somehow became a huge blockbuster spy action series with super ridiculous and silly set pieces (I will always laugh when a car breaks a person's fall like a pillow […]
Very cool tension that separates itself from the original often enough while still retaining the novelty that made the first one so enjoyable. The prologue showing the beginning of it all was well done. The addition of Cillian Murphy to the cast is great. Like the first one, it ends way too abruptly.
In usually completely disinterested in these villain origin story movies. I think it's a pretty boring trend and making villains into antiheroes just really does nothing for me.On that note, Cruella is slightly better than I expected it to be. Emma Stone's performance is a lot of fun and, although some of the humor falls super flat, the supporting […]