This week, Matt and Tiny discuss the latest Dark Tower TV news before sharing some of their favorite Detective Movies. Then, for potpourri, they share their thoughts on Bosch season 1, HBO’s limited series The Night Of, Adam Wingard’s Blair Witch, and Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room. Continue reading →
This week, Matt and Tiny discuss the “raunchy comedy” subgenre after discussing news of Bloodline being cancelled by Netflix and Star Trek Discovery’s delay. Then, for potpourri, they talk about Harley and the Davidsons, and Black Mirror. Continue reading →
This week, Matt and Tiny discuss some of the movies and shows they’ve changed their opinions on over the years. For Potpourri, Matt shares his thoughts on Bad Moms and Star Trek Beyond while Tiny talks about The Future of Water. Continue reading →
This week Matt and Tiny discuss some of their favorite movies and TV shows set in or around a workplace environment. For Potpourri, Matt shares his brief reviews of The Nice Guys and Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, while Tiny talks about HBO Films’ 2001 WWII drama Conspiracy. Continue reading →
This week Matt and Tiny discuss TV shows they never finished. Specifically, they discuss what pushed them away and what would bring them back. They also talk about the latest Halloween news, Christopher Nolan’s next movie, and a big announcement from Netflix in their news segment. For Potpourri, Matt reviews Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and Goosebumps, while Tiny shares his thoughts about the latest Star Trek Beyond trailer. Continue reading →
This week Tiny and I talk about the things we watch when we’re sick. We discuss the differences between the things we watched during sick days as kids versus the things we watched as teenagers and now as adults. For Potpourri, Tiny talks about Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, while I share my thoughts on season 1 of Battlestar Galactica. Also included in this episode is a rant about racists complaining about The Dark Tower and a clip of me talking about 1939’s Stagecoach. 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.
It’s time for our fourth annual Oscar Nominee Showcase episode! In this episode, we compile clips submitted to us from some of our podcaster friends into a mega episode discussing every nomination. Check the timestamps for links to each podcast that was included this year and make sure to support them. Join the OV Facebook Group! You can donate to the podcas […]