For this episode it was Matt McNeal's choice, so you know he wasn't going to let our horror movie streak end! This time we're discussing the 2016 thriller/horror Don't Breathe. Stephen Lang (Avatar) joins the director (Fede Alvarez) and star (Jane Levy) of the 2013 Evil Dead remake in this incredibly suspenseful movie. We've had a run of pretty great horror movies recently. Can Don't Breathe live up to those? Press play and find out.

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The results from our website poll are in! Nightcrawler is everybody's favorite X-Men character! Since that's the case, we decided to review this 2014 thriller about him. . . Alright, so this isn't really about the X-Men at all. Instead, it's a satirical look at at the media through one of the most interesting characters Jake Gyllenhaal has ever played. Click play to hear our full thoughts on Nightcrawler.

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Our streak of reviewing horror movies continues with a discussion of the best horror movie of 2018, and maybe the best movie of 2018 altogether so far. This horror thriller directed by John Krasinski and starring Krasinski along with his real life wife, Emily Blunt, and some stellar child actors is one of the most tension filled thrillers you will find. For our full thoughts, click play!

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This episode is a discussion about the 2017 Icelandic horror/thriller I Remember You. Reviewer Aaron Cronican chose this movie because he happened to notice it on Netflix and it looked interesting. Choosing a movie blindly like that can lead to discovering a hiiden gem, or it could lead to a complete disaster. Click play to find out our thoughts on this one! And don't forget to head to our website to see our Top 5 Foreign Language Films lists, inspired by this movie.

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This episode is a discussion of the 2011 thriller Source Code, from the once promising director Duncan Jones (Moon). With it's tight pace and great performances from the always fantastic Jake Gyllenhaal and his solid supporting cast, including Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright, this one will hold you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

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Our newest episode is a discussion of Evolution, a 2001 science fiction comedy from the director of Ghostbusters. Reviewer Brent Fruge remembers liking this one when it came out (He was 13, so the butthole jokes were probably HILARIOUS back then), but how will he and the rest of us feel about it now? Click play to find out.

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Our streak of reviewing horror movies continues for a third straight week with this episode, a discussion of 2013's The Conjuring. Director James Wan scores another hit with this creepy, atmospheric, and extremely effective horror movie. We all agree that this is one of the best examples of horror filmmaking to come around in a long while, maybe ever! For our full thoughts, press play.

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This Episode is a discussion of The Mountain Between Us, a 2017 action adventure film centered around a relationship that develops between two people stranded on a mountain after their plane crashes. And since those two people are played by Kate Winslet and Idris Elba, you know it's going to be fun to watch! For our full thoughts, press play!

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This latest episode is a discussion of "It", the latest adaptation of Stephen King's gigantic horror novel. "It" borrows the feel and tone from Netflix's Stranger Things, not to mention one of the stars from the show, trying to blend humor and horror, but can it pull it off? And you know we won't be able to get through the episode without comparing Bill Skarsgard's Pennywise to Tim Curry's 1990 version. Click play to hear our thoughts!

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Our latest episode is a discussion of The Ritual, an interesting psychological horror film. The Ritual is from a director, David Bruckner, with very few movies in his filmography, it stars a bunch of nobodies you haven't heard of (though you might recognize Rafe Spall as one of the Andys in Hot Fuzz), and the trailer is downright AWFUL; But somehow things come together to make of the better horror films of 2018 so far. Click play to hear our complete thoughts on The Ritual.

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