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

Captain Jack is back (sigh) with an all new chapter in the POTC franchise. Aren’t we all thrilled?!?

On today’s minefield of childish jokes that is the Intern.Cast, Davey and London cover Amazon’s I Love Dick…and try their hardest not to giggle while saying the title.

Beautiful people on the beach wearing very little clothing and fighting evil. What could go wrong? Oh, right it’s Baywatch.

With the recent release of Injustice 2, Christopher Herman and Jon Romo decide to talk about some of the best and worst DC superhero games of all time.

Subscribers: New Episode Alert!

It’s that time of year when the networks release all the new trailers for their pilots and BOY have we got a lot of them to discuss. SO MANY, in fact, that this week is a trailer-only show.  Check it out right here.

Bayer and Snyder review “Alien: Covenant”, “Everything, Everything” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul”.

It’s time for a POOL PARTY MASSACRE! Drew Marvick (the man responsible for all this) joins us to discuss his flick and we also discuss 2001’s VALENTINE and 1988’s EDGE OF THE AX!

The craziest sequel you’re likely to see this year gets the Highly Suspect Review treatment.

SUBSCRIBER ALERT!

Chris Herman, Jon Romo, and Matt Frank have a commentary track to go with the 1995 original Power Rangers Movie!

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Movie BS Ep 357: ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,’ ‘Snatched,’ ‘The Lovers’

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0:00 – Hello, here’s an iTunes review 3:40 – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword review 15:40 – Snatched review 23:45 – The Lovers review (Snider only) 28:00 – This week’s DVDs are bleh, but we’re giving away a copy of xXx: Return of Xander Cage to an eligible Agent 30:50 – Summer Box Office Challenge update: Snider is in Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It Ep 105 – The Lemon Twigs: Do Hollywood

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If you peer into the festival hero shot of Michael D’Addario leaping through the roof of The Lemon Twigs’ SXSW showcase, you’ll note the giant X on his hand: despite the fawning praise, D’Addario, brother Brian and company might be primed to break big this year (they won SXSW’s Grulke Prize for Best New Act) — but they’re still not Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

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Why are there so many King Arthur movies/shows? Same reason there are so many Robin Hoods’, Sherlock Holmes’, etc. IT’S FREE AND EVERYBODY KNOWS THEM. Branding heaven. So this studio cozied up the hot, tough, blonde of the moment (Charlie Hunnam) to play a young Arthur before the round table and all that crap, and Jude Law playing the evil Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Alien Covenant

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Ridley Scott gives it another go in this sequel to Prometheus/prequel to Alien that has another doomed spaceship crew dealing with crazed xenomorphs and the android that thinks they’re SO awesome. Katherine Waterston leads the cast as this entry’s Ripley substitute and is joined by Michael Fassbender, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Damien Bichir, and a crew full o’ Red Shirts. Continue Reading...
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‘The Shadow Effect’ Review

1 Submitted by on Tue, 09 May 2017, 16:59
The Shadow Effect is a new sci-fi action thriller by the Brothers Olson. It takes a unique approach to the idea of twins being able to know each other’s thoughts and memories. The film takes an intriguing approach by deviating from the standard action fare and instead focuses on the characters. The movie stars Cam Gigandet who plays Gabriel Howarth, Continue Reading...
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‘Dunkirk’ Trailer #2

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Well, the second trailer for the much awaited World War II epic by Christopher Nolan has been released. The first trailer did not offer much of story and the same goes for this one as well. Although, what we are treated to is more characterization and understanding of the situation. The evacuation of Dunkirk is a landmark battle in World Continue Reading...
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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Trailer

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We first got a look at Blade Runner 2049 back in December, and that trailer had a lot of cryptic imagery and little dialogue or action. This trailer shows a whole lot more. First off, what’s with the trend of having a seven second “mini-trailer” before the actual trailer? Stop doing that. Stop it! This project has had a bumpy Continue Reading...
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Intern.Cast Ep 5: Dear White People

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It’s been a few weeks since we talked about something important on the Intern.Cast, so OneOfUs.net interns Davey and TJ are joined by special guest Bill for a review of Netflix’s Dear White People season one! Is it worth all the controversy and debate, or is it just another poor film-to-tv adaptation? Find out on today’s Intern.Cast, where we also Continue Reading...
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We Are Error Ep. 40: Triforce Tunes Vol. 1

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Jon Romo and Christopher Herman have returned for another video game music episode. This installment features the duo talking about their favorite musical compositions from the first five Zelda games,  The Legend of Zelda, The Adventure of Link, A Link to the Past, Link’s Awakening, and Ocarina of Time. Before discussing all those great songs though, the two also talk about the New Nintendo 2DS, Minecraft: Education Edition, and the surprising Continue Reading...
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