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

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.


Highly Suspect Reviews: Mudbound

1 Submitted by on Thu, 16 November 2017, 11:58
Rural Mississippi. The late 40s. Racism. Mud. Poverty. PTSD. That’s what you’re in for with this Netflix-produced, Dee Rees-directed adaptation of the novel by Hillary Jordan. Garrett Hedlund and Jason Mitchell are two young men back from WWII, each confronting the abject poverty of their homes (and rampant racism) in different ways but having a friendship based on their shared Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Wonder

0 Submitted by on Thu, 16 November 2017, 11:39
Dude, it’s Jacob Tremblay as a little kid with dreams of space who’s got a deformed face and Owen Wilson and Julia Roberts are his loving, supportive parents. You’re either going to throw up or bawl like a baby. Guess which one we did? Check out Chris, Michael, and Frank as they own up to their weaknesses....
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Justice League

4 Submitted by on Thu, 16 November 2017, 11:23
Well, here we are. After several disappointing films and one solid one, the DCU has built up to their big team-up film. What, we got yer Batman, we got yer Aquaman, we got yer Flash, we got yer Wonder Woman, and we got yer Cyborg. Pretty much the Justice League, right? Yeah, and that other guy who may or may Continue Reading...
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Five and Out 162: Build Your Own Trilogy

1 Submitted by on Wed, 15 November 2017, 12:28
This week Wes and Steve discuss Cobra Jones turning 1, Wes’s girlfriend is out of town so video games are now his girlfriend, and our Top 5 Build Your Own Trilogy! Enjoy! What is your Top 5 Build Your Own Trilogy? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at!...
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Deliberations of Doom Episode 16: Clive Barker Movies Pt 1

0 Submitted by on Tue, 14 November 2017, 11:23
Remember Clive Barker? The guy who sold a LOT of books when his career exploded across the US with those Books of Blood short story collections with the blurb from Steven King on the cover: “I have seen the future of horror and his name is Clive Barker”. Strong words. And then after we were all a-ga-ga over these incredibly Continue Reading...
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Somebody Likes It Ep 118: Wolf Alice – “Visions of a Life”

0 Submitted by on Mon, 13 November 2017, 12:38
Wolf Alice…Wolf Alice? It’s one of those band names like 10,000 Maniacs that reminds you that band names are less about musical content and more about whats funny when you are having beers after band practice… Metallica=Metal+Vodka (not making this up) Was gonna show some more examples, but do I really need to? SO…podcast overlord Chris Cox hates it when Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Last Flag Flying

0 Submitted by on Fri, 10 November 2017, 19:48
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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