One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 3

Justin Zarian teams up with Ian Butcher and special guest Shakyl Lambert to discuss the Oscars and awards season.

Bayer & Snider review “I, Tonya”, “BPM”, “American Made”, “Stronger” and more.


Harris and Chris team up to bring you this week’s new trailers (Jurassic Park! Alita!) and news stories from the world of movies and tv. Check it out right here!

Kate Winslet and Jim Belushi’s rocky marriage is threatened by Justin Timberlake and Juno Temple. It’s Woody Allen so you do the math.

A period piece where a sea monster and a deaf woman fall in love and are menaced by diabolical government scientists. Gotta be a Del Toro film.

Margot Robbie plays the infamous figure skater in this black comedy/biopic/mockumentary that might just bring home a different kind of gold this year.

Our group takes on their group with our review of this year’s Arrow/Supergirl/The Flash/Legends of Tomorrow giant crossover episodes.

Bad Ass Sword Fights! Unmade Super Heroes! Task Driven Robots! A green patch of handsome in a sparse nation of solid fives lies in this episode of Public Axis with guests Pete Barnstrom & Brant Bumpers!

Join our crew as we give our spoiler review for the first season of Netflix’s The Punisher.


Movie BS Ep 384: ‘Coco,’ ‘Three Billboards…,’ ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’

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0:00 – Hello, an iTunes review, it just was or perhaps almost is Thanksgiving 5:05 – Coco review 10:20 – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review 28:30 – The Man Who Invented Christmas review (Snider only), and talk of Scrooge in movies 35:30 – New DVDs, including a giveaway of The Hitman’s Bodyguard, recap and good day REVIEWS: Coco: B+ Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Man Who Invented Christmas

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Charles Dickens. We all knew he was responsible for some of the most beloved works of literature from the 19th century. And that it’s because of him there’s gotta be a new goddamn version of A Christmas Carol every freakin’ year. But hold on, that’s because it really was quite good. Timeless, even. So here we go with the META Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Roman J. Israel, Esq

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In this new film from the writer/director of Nightcrawler, Denzel Washington plays a lawyer. Not the slick and fancy, expensive suit kind. The kind that that other lawyer has working for him doing all the research work. The kind who hasn’t bought even a new suit in 30 years. The kind with heart, drive, and unshakable belief in doing what’s Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Coco

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A little Mexican boy is transported to the realm of the dead (not in a creepy way) when he defies his family’s wishes to stay away from music. There, he must find his musician great-grandfather to receive a blessing in order to be able to return to the world of the living without the added onus of ‘no music for you’ Continue Reading...
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Deliberations of Doom Episode 17: Clive Barker Movies Pt 2

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Your favorite doomy types return with the second half of our Clive Barker movies profile, this time getting into Candyman, Lord of Illusions, The Midnight Meat Train, Book of Blood, and Dread. We promise many more rants and major disagreements this time around....
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri

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Frances McDormand plays Mildred, a woman living in a small town who is seething with anger because still, 7 months after the rape and murder of her teenage daughter, the local police haven’t done anything about it. So, taking aim specifically at the local Sheriff (Woody Harrelson) she pays for three billboards (natch) to be erected which pose her question. Continue Reading...
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One of Us Presents: 2018 Oscar Predictions – Round One

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November is here! You know what that means? That’s right. Awards season is starting in earnest! The first batch of screeners are being mailed out and the heavy hitters are making their way to a theater near you…depending on where you live. We still have another month of notable releases to go, but that has not before and will not Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 383: ‘Justice League,’ ‘Lady Bird,’ ‘Wonder,’ ‘The Star’ ‘Only the Brave,’ ‘Murder on the Orient Express’

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0:00 – Hello, we recorded a Back to the Future commentary 3:20 – An iTunes review, segueing into despair at the state of things 6:10 – Justice League review 22:40 – Lady Bird review 32:00 – We impose Senate rules to get through the next reviews quickly 32:45 – Wonder review (Snider only) 34:45 – The Star review (Snider only) Continue Reading...
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Have You Seen This, Man: Shadows in Paradise

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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS, MAN?! Our special PUBLIC AXIS podcast where we watch a movie that one or some of us have never seen before, then revel in cinematic majesty! 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 Continue Reading...
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