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51 - Scare Me & The Babysitter: Killer Queen
From Netflix, we review the original sequel, The Babysitter: Killer Queen, and from the horror app Shudder, we review the newly released horror-comedy, Scare Me. We also discuss some of our favorite horror movie scores, and as streaming homework, we check out the 1990 sequel, Exorcist III: Legion.
50 - Boys in the Band
For this episode of the podcast, we discuss the Netflix remake of the 70s classic, "The Boys in the Band." We also talk about our favorite horror sequels, and at the end of the show, we review the 1985 horror-comedy, "Fright Night."
49 - Feels Good Man
For this week's episode, we review the 2020 documentary, Feels Good Man, which chronicles the origins of the maligned meme, Pepe the Frog. We also discuss the best movies to introduce kids to horror, and at the end of the show, we review the 1972 psychological drama Images, directed by Robert Altman.
48 - I'm Thinking of Ending Things
For this episode of the podcast, we review Netflix's new Charlie Kaufman film, I'm Thinking of Ending Things. We also play the franchise prequel edition of F-Marry-Kill. At the end of the podcast, we review the 2013 Nicholas Cage thriller, The Frozen Ground.
47 - Bill & Ted Face the Music
This week we review the long-awaited comedy sequel, Bill & Ted Face the Music, and for our streaming homework, we discuss the 2008 documentary, Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father. We also talk in-depth about the safety and ethics of going to see movies in the theater again under the new COVID guidelines, and we say farewell to actor Chadwick Boseman.
46 - An American Pickle
For this episode of the podcast, we review the new Seth Rogen HBOMax comedy, An American Pickle, a film in which Rogen plays opposite himself. We also discuss our favorite documentaries and we both suggest a modern recasting of Jaws. At the end of the show, we review the 2004 romantic melodrama, The Notebook, which is currently available to stream on Netflix.
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It’s really entertaining considering how most movie critic podcasts go. I don’t always agree but i always feel like I learn something! Great listen!
I’m terribly biased, because the hosts are two of my favorite people on the planet, but this is one of the highlights of my week. It’s hilarious, well thought out, and in-depth.
Keith has the sexiest voice. I want to know what he looks like in real life.