112 episodes

Each week, a rotating cast of friends sits down to discuss a movie that someone in the group has never seen before. We get to experience the movie through new eyes, and talk about whether it holds up, or if it could be made today. Be prepared for rabbit holes, side discussions, and general tomfoolery.

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Each week, a rotating cast of friends sits down to discuss a movie that someone in the group has never seen before. We get to experience the movie through new eyes, and talk about whether it holds up, or if it could be made today. Be prepared for rabbit holes, side discussions, and general tomfoolery.

    Episode 112 – JoJo Rabbit (2019)

    Episode 112 – JoJo Rabbit (2019)

    This week, Travis and Bill (@runjumpstomp) watched the 2019 film from Writer/Director Taika Waititi, JoJo Rabbit. It's about a young boy, who's imaginary friend is Adolf Hitler, and he discovers his mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their house, during World War II. How can this premise have any heart, or even laughs? Listen, and find out. Because spoilers....it has both!







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 52 min
    Episode 111 – Event Horizon (1997)

    Episode 111 – Event Horizon (1997)

    We finish up SoWizard April with Markellus of the show as my guest, and we are watching (for him the first time) Event Horizon, the 1997 Sci Fi/Horror film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. What did he think of it? What was Travis' first impression of the movie when he saw it back in 1997? Is it any good at all?







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Episode 110 – Better off Dead (1985)

    Episode 110 – Better off Dead (1985)

    SoWizard April continues, this week with Aubrey discussing 1985's John Cusack led comedy/romance, Better Off Dead. Turns out, Travis hasn't seen this one either. So, how does it hold up? Is it even worth seeing in the first place? Let's see what they thought?







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 109 – News of the World (2020)

    Episode 109 – News of the World (2020)

    This week, we continue So Wizard April with Adam from the show, and we're both watching the 2020 Tom Hanks led, Paul Greengrass directed Western News of the World. Since neither of us had seen it before, what did we think? Let's find out







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 108 – Jaws (1975)

    Episode 108 – Jaws (1975)

    Travis is joined this week by Joey from the So Wizard podcast to talk about the 1975 summer blockbuster Jaws. The original Shark movie, and first real summer blockbuster, somehow, Joey had never seen it? Why? Let's find out







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 59 min
    Episode 107 – The Fifth Element (1997)

    Episode 107 – The Fifth Element (1997)

    This week, Travis is joined by Kit London, who has never seen The Fifth Element. The 1997 Luc Besson written/directed Sci-Fi color explosion is a cult hit, so what did she think of it? Let's find out...







    Thanks go out to Audie Norman (@OddlyNormalOne) for the album art. Outro music “In Pursuit” provided by Purple-Planet.net

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

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From Dress to Dredd. You make a cinematic experience enjoyable to listen to. My ears can now see colors. <>

Spartacus1209 ,

Sound issues aside, great content.

The cast of this podcast really knows their cinematography. Not just a discussion of “oh this part sucked” or “ this was so cool”, the cast dives into the directors choices and patterns, comparing styles and critiquing actual technical aspects and specific cinematic techniques used in the films reviewed giving an in-depth understanding of film in each discussion. My only issues (and they are minor) is that, first, the levels of each person’s mic is different, and while one person is clear and loud, another will be so quiet as to barely be heard. This may be a side effect of how the podcast is recorded, as it seems like a Discord or Skype recording. Second, the intro seems just a tad too long and drawn out. By the second “wait a minute” clip, I’m good and ready to get into the episode. But, if these issues were to be fixed, this already great podcast would be even better. Once you get into the body of the discussion, it’s gold, even with (maybe especially with) the occasional tangent related to whatever’s being discussed. Give it a listen; you won’t be disappointed!

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