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Sometimes there are unexpected guests during the holidays.
Movies? Movies movies movies movies movies. Movies! This week, El’Ahrai and John review “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald” and “Quincy”! Movies movies movies.
You can hear the entire thing right here!
I been savin’ this money for a divorce, if ever I got a husband.
I apologize for not getting this out here sooner. But, as Dr. Malcolm says, life finds a way. In this case a way to derail my plans.
Anyway, another week passes, another episode arrives. It’s a good enough life. This week, John and El’Ahrai review “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “The Favourite”! Plus all the usual discussions and recommendations and whatnot. You can hear the whole thing here!
Well…you’d sure as hell call it a pathology if you saw this in a human.
It’s time for a new episode! You know what that means, right?Yes! Reviews! This week, El’Ahrai and John take a look at “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “The Bogart and Bacall Collection”! Doesn’t that sound like a good way to spend some time? Listen here!
I’ve had it! I’ve had it with wobbly-legged, rum-soaked pirates!
We all have things to be thankful for this year. John and El’Ahrai are thankful for you listeners out there, and to show it, they’ve brought you a new show! This week, they review “Widows” and “Luciferina”! But wait, there’s more! There’s also an interview with “The Clovehitch Killer” director Duncan Skiles! So settle in and listen here!
There’s no such thing as the unknown, only things temporarily hidden, temporarily not understood.
As we head into the holiday movie season everyone wants to advertise their big upcoming releases. Best way to do that if you ask me is with a new movie trailer! Like this one for The Lego Movie: The Second Part.
Light-hearted cheeky animated fun not your thing? Well how about twisty murder mystery character pieces?
Not your thing either? Really? Okaaay, how about a dip into VR with Robert Rodriguez?
Creepy home invasion thriller more your style? We’ve got you covered.
Ok, instead of that how about you join Keanu Reeves for a sci-fi tale about simulations! No, not that one, this one. Replicas.
And don’t forget the Aquaman movie is no longer the joke it used to be.
And here is the holiday film experience that no one was asking for. Once Upon A Deadpool (remember, this one is for charity).
And two from the vault, just because it’s the right time for them.
Careful, these are both the equivalent of red band or restricted trailers, so ask your mom before you watch.
You want reviews? Do you? I hope you do, because that’s kind of our stock-in-trade. This week, El’Ahrai and John review “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” and “Beautiful Boy”! There are two films that have a lot in common! So give a listen. Love your perfume. What is that? The stench of death?
Listen to the episode here!