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The Doom Patrol return with a discussion about those Stephen King movies that you don’t always hear so much about.

Marco and Chris deliver the goods on new blu-rays and dvds!

Subscribers: New Episode Alert!!

Harris joins Chris this week to talk all things movie and tv as they get deep into the news and trailer reviews including that Disney streaming service, the abysmal looking “Fallen” trailer, and much more. Check it out right here!

Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts are some of the most f’d up parents ever and Brie Larson looks back and tells you about it.

Bayer and Snyder review “Annabelle: Creation”, “Wind River”, “Step” and more.

A man discovers his entire world isn’t real when he is saved from his ‘parents’ (re: abductors) and into the light, but doesn’t want to lose his passion for the children’s tv show they created for him.

The writer of Hell or High Water writes and directs this arty thriller featuring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen searching for the killer of a young Native American girl. And then things go all kablooey.

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Win a Digital Copy of VEEP Season 6!

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This is for all the subscribers in the hoooooouuuuse…. Just for you guys, here’s your chance to win something from oneofus.net and HBO. In this case, it’s a free digital copy of Season 6 of the show VEEP, starring Julie Louise Dreyfuss as the (ex) Vice-President, a show that we’ve called ‘the funniest thing on television’ and that was nominated Continue Reading...
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Annecy Animated Film Festival: ‘A Silent Voice’ Review

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‘A Silent Voice’ focuses on a life of a young boy, Shōya Ishida. His class is introduced to a new student named Shōko, a deaf girl who communicates by writing things in her notebook. While she fascinates most kids in the class, Shōya prefers to mock her, which soon turns into bullying, and it’s not long before other classmates join Continue Reading...
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Deliberations of Doom Ep 12: Stephen King Movies Part 1

3 Submitted by on Tue, 15 August 2017, 09:59
The Doom Patrol Assembles! This week is the first half of our discussion about the films adapted from Stephen King novels. But we’re not taking the easy way through. No sir. Everybody has already talked about the GOOD ones to death. You know, The Shining, Misery, etc. We give our lip service to his horror films maybe you don’t hear Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Ep 161: Short and Sweet

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Marco and Chris team up to deliver the scoop on the home releases you may not have heard about (but, in some cases, need to). And please click on those images of the films we’re talking about to buy any of your purchases through Amazon.com!            ...
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The Top Five Reasons Why the “Duck-Verse” Is Disney’s Greatest Creation

1 Submitted by on Fri, 11 August 2017, 17:59
August 12, 2017 will see the premiere of the new Ducktales series starring the fantastic David Tennant as Uncle Scrooge. It will run for twenty-four hours straight on Disney XD. As the internet is a buzz with excitement about the show’s reboot/return, I thought it would be a great time to talk about the Duckberg gang being even more important Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Glass Castle

0 Submitted by on Fri, 11 August 2017, 10:59
The writer/director of the often overlooked (but wonderful) Short Term 12 teams up with Brie Larson again to tell the story of the seriously dysfunctional Walls family. Woody Harrelson is an optimistic drunk and Naomi Watts is a kooky artist and they’re not so great as the parental units in this nomadic tribe they have together. Switching back and forth Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Brigsby Bear

1 Submitted by on Thu, 10 August 2017, 11:59
Imagine if your whole world wasn’t what you thought it was. You were raised living in an underground shelter by your ‘parents’ who had weird rules and rituals and had created an entire alternate reality for you, even creating a children’s tv show for you to watch (that as far as you know was the ONLY show) that you became Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Wind River

0 Submitted by on Thu, 10 August 2017, 10:59
The writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water shows up to script AND direct this new film featuring Jeremy Renner as a bad-ass hunter up in the frozen climes of Wyoming on an Native American reservation. He teams up with a noob FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to solve the murder of a young girl. It’s a slow burn but Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Annabelle: Creation

3 Submitted by on Thu, 10 August 2017, 09:59
After Ouija 2 did everything right that Ouija 1 did terribly wrong, I thought to myself, “Self…maybe that’s exactly what Blumhouse is going to do with Annabelle 2“. ‘Cause, you know, that first one ain’t exactly The Conjuring, despite being a spin-off of it. Hell, it’s barely worthy of an Asylum rip-off of the idea. So, lo and behold they Continue Reading...
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Annecy Animated Film Festival: ‘In this Corner of the World’ Review

0 Submitted by on Wed, 09 August 2017, 16:59
While “Loving Vincent” was the best thing I’ve seen visually this year at the Annecy Animated Film Festival, “In this Corner of the World” had the best narrative. This 2016 anime by Suano Katabuchi is set in  Japan during World War II, and focuses on Suzu, a young artist. After an arranged marriage to a soldier, Suzu moves with her Continue Reading...
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