In this week’s episode, we review the newly released Netflix/Joe Swanberg Jake Johnson movie, Win it All and then we get into another extended potpourri section. In potpourri, we discuss Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, MST3K: The Return, Flashpoint, Atlas Shrugged, Defiance Comedy’s Spaceship to Nowhere, and much more. Continue reading →
In this week’s episode, Tiny and I review and discuss the Netflix original documentary series Making a Murderer. We begin with a brief general review before we dive into a more spoiler-heavy discussion 16:10 into the episode. For Potpourri, I talk about The Jinx, Errol Morris’ The Thin Blue Line, Absinthe, and Pontypool while Tiny talks about the documentary Best of Enemies. Continue reading →
This week Tiny and I share our thoughts on a couple of random picks from our Netflix lists. Tiny’s pick was The Source Family, a documentary about a hippy cult in the ‘60s. My pick was The Crow, the notorious supernatural revenge movie.
For potpourri, Tiny talks up The Walking Dead premiere while I talk about some new Fall TV shows I sampled. Before all of that however, I gush about my experience at the Artcraft Theatre’s Sci-Fright Frenzy marathon in Franklin, Indiana. Continue reading →
In this special bonus episode of the podcast, Matt and Tiny sit down with their friend Greg Lenz from We Are Libertarians (and OV1) to discuss Netflix’s political drama House of Cards.
No “stone to the face” is left unturned as we breakdown the first two seasons of Netflix’s incredible flagship series and chart the character arc of Francis Underwood and the people around him in the show.
Looking for an OV drinking game? Take a shot every time we say “diabolical” and let us know what happens.
Well, here we are. We’ve reached the end of season 2 of House of Cards and the end of my episode-by-episode reviews. I hope you enjoyed going through this season of the show with me. It’s been fun (and a bit tedious at times, to be honest) to bring you reviews of every episode. But I did it for you and for the sake of the “country” of Netflix users. One nation, Underwood.
We’re coming up on the end of the season now and some of the bigger pieces are starting to fall into place. Doug is getting closer to relapsing while Frank lies to a prosecutor and further manipulates a fatigued President Walker. Continue reading →
Chapter 22 (directed by Jodie Foster) takes the war between Frank and Tusk to personal levels. The Underwoods deal with scandal from an enemy unwilling to back down. Even when the couple deals with an aggressive offensive from Tusk, the billionaire still has more tricks up his sleeve. Continue reading →
Chapter 21 proves that House of Cards knows how to handle a bridge episode. Despite nothing truly substantial happening in this installment, the show still managed to create an engaging episode that promises to yield dividends in the coming episodes. Continue reading →
I really loved this movie. It's beautiful, joyful, and bittersweet. The musical numbers and dance sequences are really energetic and impressively choreographed. The ending is very moving in a way that I really wasn't expecting and the chemistry between Gosling and Stone is phenomenal. Loved it.
Holy shit, this movie was an abomination. The trailer presents a Christmas Carol style movie about a grieving man. But the actual movie is much more disturbingly cruel and is actually self-aware enough to comment on how cruel it's being. But it's still presented as a feel good holiday drama. This is a really perplexing and offensively terrible movi […]
Funny, endearing, and depicts change within a group dynamic in such an earnest way. Mike Birbiglia handles an ensemble cast of characters so well and gives each character their own dimension and motivations. Really dug the movie.
In this episode, we review Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 after a brief review of The Fate of the Furious. We also discussed a ridiculous Chris Pratt Instagram scandal, The Dark Tower trailer reactions, and the new teaser for the web series Deep Six. For potpourri, we talk about the recent movie Gold, and the new Netflix documentary, The Mars […]