In this episode, we'll be rviewing Matt McNeal pick, a movie that made his Top 5 War Movies list, Letter from Iwo Jima.  Obviously Matt is a big fan of this 2006 Clint Eastwood movie, but how does everyone feel about it? Click Play to find out!

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Check out our newest episode reviewing Black Mass. This 2015 crime drama tells the true life story of the infamous Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger. Johhny Depp stars as the titular character and he is joined by a stellar cast including Benedict Cumberbatch, Joel Edgerton, Kevin Bacon, and more. Click play to hear our thoughts!

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We have a brand new episode in which we break the first and second rule of Fight Club. We talk about FIght Club. That's what we do here. Talk about things. So yeah. Without further adieu, here's the Fight Club review!

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Mike, Shane, and Aaron break down the newest Blade Runner in this week's show. Enjoy!

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Join us as we discuss the 1980 boxing movie, Raging Bull. With Scorcese directing and Robert DeNiro acting alongside Joe Pesci, there's no way it can't be the best movie ever right? Listen and find out!

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It's the triumphant return of everybody's favorit podcast!!! Guess what movie we "Saw" to celebrate. . . Saw. Get it? Anyways, press play to hear our latest and greatest review, as well as more horrible joking playing on the title.

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It's a brand new week, which means a brand new episode! This week we bring you a review of Hacksaw Ridge, which stars Andrew Garfield, and was directed by Mel Gibson. I don't want to spoil anything off the top, so I'll let you click on this episode and get our full review!

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It's been a while since Mike has been able to break out a bad accent, so we all thought it was time to unleash the Boston accent and review The Departed. The Scorcese film stars Jack Nicholson, Leo and his signature smush-face, Matt "Can't Act" Damon, and Oscar-Nominated-For-This-Role Marky Mark. We loved it, we hated it, we were somewhere in between. Guess you'll never know until you listen to this episode. 

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We love us some good ole campy-horror-comedy! For a great example, look no further than our review of Little Shop Of Horrors. Starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin (and an excellent Bill Murray cameo), this flick brings a great ensemble to the musical genre, and makes everything work! Check out this episode for a full review!

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More like Edge Of Today, am I right? Regardless of if I'm right or not (I am), please join us for this kickass Emily-Blunt-having, Tom-Cruise-wielding episode! We promise not to repeat the same stuff over-and-over-and-over again! This is an episode. A really good one at that. 

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