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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Darkest Hour is fresh off of two Oscar wins (including Best Actor for Gary Oldman) and 4 more Oscar nominations (including Best Picture). Let's be honest though, the opinions of those with Oscar votes don't mean anything compared to OUR opinions, right? Well, all you have to do is click play to hear our fantastic opinions!

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This episode is a discussion of Logan Lucky, a 2017 crime comedy from director Steven Soderbergh. Soderbergh is the director of Ocean's Eleven, Ocean's Twelve, and Ocean's Thirteen, so we know he knows his way around a heist film. Can he pull it off once again? listen and find out.

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As "based on a true story" movies go, 2012's Compliance is as good as it gets. Can solid acting and directing help make this truly disturbing story watchable? Click play to find out

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Our latest episode is a discussion of the 1990 gangster classic, Goodfellas. There's not much to dislike about this one. Arguably Martin Scorsese's best film, a star making role for Ray Liotta, and some amazing performances from two of the best in the business, Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci make this an unforgettable watch. But how did we all feel about it? Click play to find out.

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We got a request from Anna Kendrick (we can only assume it is THE Anna Kendrick and not someone pretending) to watch and discuss her film, End of Watch. Not wanting to disappoint our loyal listeners, we have that review ready for you to listen. Unfortunately, Anna Kendrick might be slightly dissapointed in our thoughts on the movie. 

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An all star cast, a unique "villain", and some incredibly tense scenes helped make Life a Top 5 Movie of 2017 to Matt McNeal. Obviously he enjoyed it, but how do the rest of us feel? Press play to find out!

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If you listen to our show regularly, you know we tend to get a BIT excited when it comes to our guy, Tom Hanks. Saving Private Ryan, the 1998 war film from Steven Spielberg, was snubbed out of the award for Best Picture at the Oscars that year. We won't make the same mistake the Academy Awards made. SPOILER ALERT: We absolutely LOVE this movie!!

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