One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 2


Chris Squared are together again in this episode we predict to be our most downloaded ever (because we’re optimists, so why not?) where they talk about all the movie and tv trailers and news stories of the week.

Bayer & Snider review “Justice League”, “Lady Bird”, “Wonder”, “The Star”, “Only the Brave”, “Murder on the Orient Express” and more.

We get socially awkward and smokey as we view the 1986 comedy-drama, SHADOWS IN PARADISE, directed by Aki Kaurismäki.  Joining us in our garlic-parm flavored popcorn adventure is filmmaker and musician, Jason Trevino.

Two soldiers bond despite poverty and racial differences in post-WWII Mississippi. And everyone gets REAL muddy.

Jacob Tremblay plays a kid with a messed-up face but an awesome heart who is GOING to make you get all weepy.

The HSR crew takes on the big DCU superhero team-up movie.

Brad, Sean & Stephanie run down recent arrivals to their collections. Flicks discussed include: THE HIDDEN, THE LURE, THE UNHOLY, NIGHT OF THE SCORPION & much more!

Here’s your chance to win a Blu-Ray copy of the Charlize Theron action movie Atomic Blonde from your friends at!


Highly Suspect Reviews: Last Flag Flying

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Richard Linklater has kinda mastered the road trip deep conversations thing. At least now with the release of his (kinda, sorta, not really) sequel to 1973’s The Last Detail. Bryan Cranston, Steve Carrell, and Lawrence Fishburne play old Vietnam war buddies who are uncomfortably reunited when Carrell asks them to join him for a trip to the funeral of his son Continue Reading...
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Big Finishing Move: ‘Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 4’

0 Submitted by on Fri, 10 November 2017, 13:59
Hola, mis amigos, and welcome to the one and only Big Finishing Move. For anyone not already aware, this handy-dandy little series was created as justification for all the money I blow on the many releases from audio drama giant, Big Finish. I joke, but there is the distinct sting of truth buried in that statement. Today we’re covering the Continue Reading...
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Win a Blu-Ray of Atomic Blonde!

4 Submitted by on Thu, 09 November 2017, 11:39
The latest film from John Wick director David Leitch is coming out on Blu-Ray November 14th and we here at have a copy to give out! This crazy-beautiful looking secret agent action movie features Charlize Theron as the cold war spy who has ass-kicking down to a science and also featuring the wormy talents of James McAvoy as the Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Murder on the Orient Express

0 Submitted by on Thu, 09 November 2017, 11:19
Kenneth Branagh takes on this new adaptation of the Agatha Christie classic as director and detective as he plays the mustachioed Hercule Poirot trying to solve a murder mystery on a train. Of course, this being what it is, traditionally you gotta have a huge cast and here we’ve got Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad, Judi Dench, Olivia Colman, Continue Reading...
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Public Axis #169: Strawberry Beers Forever

0 Submitted by on Wed, 08 November 2017, 14:02
Non-Traditional Holidays! Board Game Bad-Assery! Proteins and Veggies! Crack open a fruity cold one with Public Axis and guest Chris Mata! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on September 21st, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!...
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Intern.Cast Episode 25- 1922 and Stranger Things S2

0 Submitted by on Wed, 08 November 2017, 12:59
This week we are convinced Netflix is just a code word for the secret government time machine experiment. We go back to the not at all depressing 1920’s to review the adaptation of Stephen King’s 1922. Next we time jump into the 1980’s and review Season 2 of Stranger Things!...
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Somebody Likes It – Ep 117 – Tom Petty Tribute

0 Submitted by on Mon, 06 November 2017, 09:59
Are anthems nature or nurture? Maybe that seems a question easily answered, but think again: whereas so many of today’s musical tentpoles are crafted to be cranked up to Eleven at your local stadium du jour, Tom Petty’s highlighted catalog seemed birthed without the grandiosity later afforded to it by its audience. Petty tracks weren’t anthems because they loomed large, Continue Reading...
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