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155 - The Killer and The Marvels
Back from a long hiatus, we catch up with the much-publicized MCU flop, The Marvels, and David Fincher's Netflix thriller, The Killer. Both hosts talk about what they've been up to while away from their microphones, and for the streaming homework, we discuss the 1947 noir, Out of the Past, starring Robert Michum and Kirk Douglass. Also, the sound is a bit weird here as some locations were hastily changed. Will sound much better going forward.
154 - Killers of the Flower Moon
For this week's podcast, we review Martin Scorsese's anticipated crime/western epic, Killers of the Flower Moon. We also recommend horror titles based on common favorites from the genre. And from Shudder, we discuss the low-budget Japanese zombie flick, One Cut of the Dead.
153 - Totally Killer
This week, we review Totally Killer, Prime Video's original teen-slasher, science fiction comedy. We also discuss monsters we'd like to see more of in the movies. For our streaming homework, we express our emotional responses to the controversial 1981 psychological horror movie, Possession.
152 - No One Will Save You
This week, we review the Hulu original sci-fi horror film, No One Will Save You, starring Kaitlyn Dever. We also list some spooky movies for folks looking for Halloween-appropriate viewing without getting too scared. For our streaming homework, we discuss the 1988 British horror comedy, The Lair of the White Worm, directed by Ken Russell.
151 - A Haunting In Venice
For this week's show, we review Kenneth Branagh's third Agatha Christie adaptation, A Haunting in Venice. We also discuss the WGA's gains now that the writer's strike has come to an end, as well as a few other movie news items. For our streaming homework, we review Ang Lee's 1997 domestic drama The Ice Storm, which is now available to watch on HBOMax.
150 - You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah
This week, we reviewed the Netflix original teen comedy You Are So NOT Invited to My Bat Mitzvah. For the streaming homework, we look back at the 2018 comedy Game Night and Keith gets quizzed on what older movies are remakes or originals.