An hour-long discussion of war movies by 4 avowed leftists. A custom review system with every movie. War is bad, and yet movies show it, interesting. Previously: An obscure video games podcast.
HP101 The Last of the Mohicans
Can you shoot flintlocks akimbo? Can love bloom on the colonial battlefield? Just how much product can you possibly find on the frontier?
We aren't going to even ask if Wes Studi owns because the answer is obvious.
All this and more as we discuss Michael Mann's The Last of the Mohicans.
HP100 Hot Shots Part Deux
Do you get dual pistols as you enter Hong Kong? How does evil happen? What even are numbers? When are screaming eagles appropriate?
For our 100th episode we review Hot Shots Part Deux.
HP099 Run Silent, Run Deep (1958)
What do you do with a drunken Gable? What qualifies as a submarine movie? Were you born on the 7th? We review Run Silent, Run Deep.
The next movie is The Last of the Mohicans (1993).
HP098 Moonstruck (1987)
Do you believe in curses? What about traditions? Can love bloom in the bakery? Do you need to call your mother? For a belated April Fool's we sincerely get messy with a review of Moonstruck.
HP097 The Young Lions (1958)
In just 3 hours you can watch 2 different war movies with the greatest actors of the time. What is the Brando theory of sitting? When is approptiate to forget your own character? How many vinowned.mp3 can we fit into one episode? We review The Young Lions.
The Next Movie is Run Silent Run Deep a submarine movie, finally.
HP096 Top Gun Maverick (2022)
Bonus Cast: The hosts go up against fifth generation fighters, how The Navy sees it, Tom Cruise's ego, and pulled papers.
They shot the hinges off the door to my heart
I like it :3
I mean I can't actually listen
I live in fear of Rudie dropping a pov about a movie that's just so alien and inexplicable I'm stunned for the rest of the day, unable to to think or perform basic tasks. But I think they mostly talk about videogames on this? You should give it a shot.