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So here we are

After roughly 11 years of podcasting we are moving from one title to another.

After roughly 11 years of podcasting we are moving from one title to another.

We’re in a bit of transitory state, so we may stumble along the way as we figure out what features to keep and which ones to let fall by the wayside (John is horribly disappointed that we will no longer be doing the Movie Mad Lib).

Our first episode will air Tuesday on the From Dusk Till Con Radio Network in our regular time slot and will include more coverage of the Harvey Weinstein story, a review of Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, a look at three of the films playing at the Chicago International Film Festival and more.

That same episode will feature our new theme song provided to us by our friends Dr. Awkward and the Monkey Man Trio.

Nothing spreads like the Neon Movie Bunker

This week, El’Ahrai and John bring you Count/Pointercount reviews of “A Simple Favor”. That’s two reviews for the price of one! Imagine your savings! Plus movie news and home video picks and whatnot. Blogging is not writing. It’s graffiti with punctuation.

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I have complete faith that this trio could defeat anything.

Let’s start with Disney’s return to one of their classic characters. Mary Poppins Returns (which can’t get here soon enough).

Follow that up with the first teaser for Marvel’s Captain Marvel (which can’t get here soon enough).

And finish out with a little less family friendly title, the latest trailer for The Girl in The Spider’s Web (which can’t get here soon enough).

The Neon Movie Bunker engulfs you in a whirlpool of terror and tension!

People of Earth! Do you have a longing in your heart for finely-crafted cinema criticism brought to you by highly-credentialed experts? Then go pick up a copy of “Sight and Sound”, because this is two goofballs talking movies. This week, John and El’Ahrai review “The Nun” and “Searching”! The law has little to say on things left undone.

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New and notable for Tuesday Sept. 11, 2018

Another week, another batch of home video releases. This week we have some grisly horrors, some puppy pics and a few crime dramedies. Not to mention a rather unusual dinosaur related art house film.

The Neon Movie Bunker Revolution

El’Ahrai and John break out the crystal ball this week, and look into…THE FUTURE! Specifically, they are giving you, the loyal Neon Movie Bunker listener, a glimpse of their Top Five Most Anticipated Movies From Now Until The End of 2018! (They fought tooth and nail to decide who got to pick “Small Foot”.) Plus! Reviews of “Juliet, Naked” and “American Guinea Pig: Song of Solomon”! It is remarkable how similar the pattern of love is to the pattern of insanity.

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It’s Friday, Friday, gotta watch trailers on Friday

Happy Friday everyone.  To celebrate, let’s look at some new trailers. Staritng out with the trailer for Await Further Instructions.

Continue things with the latest trailer for The Sisters Brothers.

Bruce returns in Reprisal with Frank Grillo.

Orson Welles (yes, Orson Welles) has a project finally seeing release via Netflix.

AIDS drama 1985 gives us a look.

A new peek at Bad Times at the El Royale.

In a shocking move, the new Bond film has already been release.

And we’ll finish things out with the latest red band look at The Predator.