Two lifelong friends have a discussion about a specific movie. We will not only discuss certain plot points of the movie, but also our own personal view of how much we enjoyed it. What sets us apart is that while we are having our discussion, we will also be partaking in several adult beverages, which can lead to the discussion going slightly off the rails. Explicit language and spoilers will be frequent, so listeners be aware.
A Slapstick Horror Movie About Animatronic Animals And A Somber Horror Film About Dreams.
This episode of our horror edition we are taking a break from the two franchises we started to do a couple of one offs. These two movies could not be more different. One is a goofy slapstick film starring an acting icon while the other is a much more nuanced and subtle movie that will probably require a second viewing. We all seemed to have different feelings about the both of them.
I Too Wish To Join This Fellowship Of Druun Buttkickery.
Recently we have been trying to get some new release movies done, and while this one dropped on Disney+ premium a little while ago, we just got around to watching it. While it wasn't world changing, it was certainly entertaining and had some of the best animation we have seen. We also bring in another person who gave us a slightly different perspective as he is a father.
What Is The Film That Made You A Movie Fan?
The three of us that do this category driven podcast are self described movie lovers. We decided in this episode is to choose a single movie that sparked our love for movies. Each movie is different, but coincidentally each movie ended up being the start of a franchise.
The Myths Are Real. There Was A War. And They're The Last Ones Standing.
Another movie dropped on HBO Max recently, so naturally we wanted to talk about it. As expected, the movie is all spectacle with little to no regard for the human element, and that is perfectly ok. People come to a movie like this not for the intimate human stories, but for the destruction that is promised from the premise alone.
Starting Two Very Different Horror Franchises.
We decided to do something a little different with our horror podcast. We recently purchased two separate horror franchises that both happen to be eight movies long, and we chose to go through the franchises together. This episode we take a look at the first two movies of both. These movies are vastly different from one another; one is played out more earnestly while the other is just downright goofy.
What's Your Favorite Japanese Movie?
This weeks category episode takes a look at movies that come from Japan. The Japanese has a long cinematic history, but they are probably mostly known for their horror films, which American cinema has remade and ruined several good and unique stories. Surprisingly, we only discuss two movies this week as two of us randomly selected the same film.