In this episode, Tiny and I review Netflix’s true crime satire American Vandal and then discuss a plethora of Potpourri covering Manhunt: Unabomber, The Neon Demon, Dunkirk, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, and more! Continue reading →
It’s our 200th episode! To commemorate this milestone Tiny and I share 5 of our favorite TV shows and go into the episode we think are each show’s best, worst, and most representative of the series as a whole! We also talk about a cool sci-fi Indiegogo campaign, the new Power Rangers trailer, and more! 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 →
This week Matt and Tiny discuss some of their favorite TV neighbor characters after discussing some news about The Dark Tower as well as some news about MoviePass. For Potpourri, they share their thoughts on Finding Dory and 13 Hours. 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 →
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 →
This week Tiny and I discuss a rundown of some recent movie news and trailers before we share some of our favorite TV show “one season wonders”, those television series that never found their audience and ended up cancelled after one season. Shows discussed include Firefly, Freaks and Geeks, Studio 60, Andy Richter Controls the Universe and more. We also get a call-in from Mike with his review of The Jungle Book! Continue reading →
We’re back after an impromptu hiatus! This week, while Tiny was in D.C., I invited my friend Sam (one of the contributors for ObsessiveBookNerd.com) to come discuss and review season 1 of Netflix’s Fuller House. For Potpourri, Sam offers his thoughts on Wish I Was Here and New Girl, while I talk about a few movies I’ve seen in the theater lately. 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 Matt and Tiny share some of their memorable moments from sitcom television. Examples include scenes from How I Met Your Mother, Friends, Seinfeld and more. For potpourri, Tiny watched a “dam” good documentary and Matt shares his thoughts on Comet and We Are Your Friends. Continue reading →
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.
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.
I remember feeling a fascinating sense of schadenfreude when the controversy over Fyre Festival happened. I was browsing social media and Reddit reading about what a bunch of rich people were going through in the Bahamas. So when Netflix released their documentary (and Hulu as well, but I'll watch that next), I was looking forward to a potential skeweri […]
2019 Weekly Comedy Challenge: 2/52 - (Week 2: A comedy starring Mabel Normand.) Over 100 years old, Tillie's Punctured Romance was the first feature length comedy ever made. It was also Charlie Chaplin's first feature length film and it was the last time he would be directed by someone other than himself. For its milestones, Tillie's Punctured […]
r/LetterboxdOfficial Film Club - 005 - New Year, Fresh Start Every time I watch The Truman Show, I'm fascinated by the concept of the movie, impressed by the comedy, and awestruck at how ahead of its time it was. The concept of The Truman Show, where a man's entire life is a reality TV show unbeknownst to him, is such a meaty premise for the movie. […]
Watched for my Horror Movie Homework Assigned by @IAmMikeWhite list. The first thing that struck me about The House of the Devil was how much it felt like an 80s horror movie. I was aware that it was set in the 80s and assumed it would have some throwback nostalgia in it. However, I wasn't prepared for just how steeped in the 80s aesthetic the movie was […]
I can't remember the last time I was so invested in 2/3s of a movie only to find myself struggling so hard to hold my interest in its final act. But such is the life of the audience member of an M. Night Shyamalan movie. As harsh as it may sound, there's no denying that Shyamalan is one divisive and mercurial filmmaker. The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable […]
Split holds up very well. I was concerned that my fondness for it was based solely on the ending. Fortunately, I was invested in the story and really stunned by McAvoy's performance. He was incredible. My full review can be found on ObsessiveViewer.com.