One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 4

A group of horror fans at a massive horror con find out the monsters are real and they have to use all their knowledge of movies to survive the night.

Our crew got a chance to attend Rooster Teeth’s RTX 2018 convention this year and they had a great time! This first video is at the “Camp Camp” panel and they talk to the creators and cast.

Mark Wahlberg and his crack team have to escort Iko Uwais across a city where everyone is trying to kill him.


Matt, Chris, and Jeff take on some big smart dinosaurs and a big dumb movie with their commentary track for “Jurassic World”.

The interns discuss two more of Netflix’s newest original films, How it Ends and Father of the Year!

We visited the set and talked to the creators and cast of Rooster Teeth’s badass new horror comedy “Blood Fest”!


The People’s Republic of Desire – Fantasia Fest 2018

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The peril of fame and fortune is a common theme among storytellers but now with the onset of the internet, there’s a new chapter to be told. The People’s Republic of Desire is a documentary that follows the tale of two popular live streamers as they trek through the scandalous and treacherous world of internet stardom. The documentary takes place Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Searching

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You know those Unfriended movies? The horror films where the entire movie is viewed on someone’s computer desktop. Ok, so your results may vary there but here’s a take on that genre(?) that actually is getting extremely positive reviews. Jon Cho is searching for his missing 16 year old daughter with the help of a police detective (Debra Messing) and Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

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This Cartoon Network show has gotten the big screen treatment causing consternation in some DC animation fans who still mourn the loss of the previous Teen Titans show that was not as much aimed at the young’uns. Still, this very meta-movie (think, Deadpool for kids) caused near heart attack levels of laughter from at least two of our critics. Listen to Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Mission Impossible: Fallout

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Who would have thought that one of the most reliably entertaining film franchises would end up being Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible series? Well, at least from III on. For the first time, we have a writer/director returning for a second film (Christopher McQuarrie, who also worked with Cruise on five other films) as Tom and the team deal with a Continue Reading...
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Blue on My Mind – Fantasia Fest 2018

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Mix mermaids with a coming of age tale, and you get pure intensity! Luna Wedler stars as Mia, a young Swiss teenager going through the tumultuous times of puberty. If that wasn’t enough, she’s also turning into a mermaid. When I saw the trailer for Blue on my Mind, I was already a little biased. I love the coming of Continue Reading...
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Deliberations of Doom Ep 30 – Christmas in July Pt 1

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Our deliberations take us to that holiday that has become so ripe for the horror genre, Xmas. But of course, we’re not gonna talk about it in December. How cliche! This episode we discuss Better Watch Out (with an exclusive about the director/writer’s next film), Dead End, and Krampus.   You can now subscribe on iTunes (or the podcast service Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Eighth Grade

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You wouldn’t think a little indie film about an adorable little eighth-grade girl who makes her own motivational youtube videos (that no one watches) and has trouble making friends or connecting with her father would be one of the most highly praised films of the year, but here we are. Comedian Bo Burnham writes and directs as if he was Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot.

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Gus Van Sant directs Joaquim Phoenix as the well-known quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan as we follow his travails through alcoholism, recovery, and dealing with a not-always admiring public. Based on the artist’s autobiography, the film also stars Jack Black, Rooney Mara, and a very notable turn by Jonah Hill. Listen to Chris, Beau, and Marco give their review.   Just interested Continue Reading...
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