Our friends in Tokyo make a sad announcement and also talk about some dark stuff, cats, The Interview, Monsterz, Supernatural, and much more.
Come on, how did you not already know there would be Supernatural discussions?
This week is a packed show as Sean and Brad discuss Larry Cohen’s 1976 film God Told Me To and Emmett Alston’s 1980 film New Year’s Evil!
We also go deep down a rabbit hole involving our personal experiences with religion while run down our top “Religious Themes” films.
Art to Film! Getting Out of Shape!
Feel Good Movies! Public Axis is (not) in love with the coco along with make-up FX artist, Lawrence Mercado!
Alumni Assemble! Yes, while Kaycee hits the books for finals, Taylor takes the reins and brings back fellow G@C grads, Neil and Steven! Together, they’ll review some recent movies including the British spy flick, Kingsman: The Secret Service and they’ll talk about the recent wins and losses at the Oscars.
Be sure to tell us what films you excited for in the comments!
The new Digital Noise era continues as Richard sits down with the latest addition to the DN review crew, Michele!
Joining forces against unimaginable evil, they are forced to watch and analyze such horrors as Dumb and Dumber To, Horrible Bosses 2, Green Street Hooligans: Underground and more.
Even with a cast like this, there’s no getting around lazy horror filmmaking. Or is there? What if we came up with a procedure to reanimate dead horror tropes? Oh wait, Blumhouse Pictures already figured that technique out. With the expected results.
Join Chris and Diva (with Brian and J.C. cheering them on) for this review/crucifixion of this horrifying (but not in the way that they intended) collection of tired jump scares.
Brace yourselves, sports geeks, for The Quickening! On this week’s show, we settle once and for all who runs Bartertown.
We chat with the four winners of our four individual Fantasy Football leagues and run them through a trivia gauntlet. You’ll be able to hear highlights of this Quizening as well as listen for the reveal of our grand champion!
Will Smith and Margot Robbie are out to steal a lot of money, and perhaps each other’s hearts, in the new romantic heist flick Focus. Sadly, they are not yet playing Deadshot and Harley Quinn.
Brian and J.C. sit down for this Highly Suspect Review, and are joined by Chris and Diva who didn’t see the movie but, come on, a job like this requires more than a two-man crew.
In addition to the classic Jonathan Richmond album, the Music Men take on Tahiti 80, Billy Squire and Van Halen.