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

We return with more video reviews from Fantastic Fest of “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”, “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women”, “Blade of the Immortal” and more.

Bayer & Snider review “The Florida Project”, “The Snowman”, “Breathe” and do a giveaway for the blu-ray of “Girls Trip”.

This week the adults leave the Davey Baby at home with the sitter and the little guy isn’t too happy about it. Listen to his rant and our review of the Netflix original The Babysitter.

Seriously, it’s the worst. Despite Michael Fassbender. Despite the director of “Let the Right One In”. Despite being from the writer of “Headhunters”. OMG, you have no idea.


The Summers Brothers and Chris team up to take on what is (probably) the greatest of all the John Carpenter movies, The Thing.

Liam Neeson chases down Richard Nixon in this Watergate-era political biopic about the man who would become known as “Deep Throat”.

A team of badass roughnecks fight huge wildfires in Arizona in this Josh Brolin led film about the real life Granite Mountain Hotshots.


Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

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Whatever you think of Cracker — they’ve been the subject of chart busting platitudes and some indie derision alike — it’s hard to understate the importance of David Lowery’s contribution to popular music. That’s a fact. Beyond his role in crafting earworms that burrowed their way into car stereos in the 90s, his determination to alter the landscape of musical Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 378: ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ ‘American Made,’ ‘Gerald’s Game’

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0:00 – Hello, what’s that smell? 3:20 – Blade Runner 2049 review 15:15 – Some other movies are out there; Snider briefly reviews American Made 19:40 – Gerald’s Game review (on Netflix) 28:15 – Movie of the Month discussion: In the Heat of the Night (1967), including re-litigation of the Oscars. The MOTM for October is The Great Dictator (1940). Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

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Kate Winslet and Idris Elba are strangers but they both have important dates they can’t miss so when their flight is canceled because of weather conditions, they team up to hire a small plane to fly them to Denver together. Oops. Crash. Mountains. Snow. Mountain lions. Romance? Survival film love story is the name of the game as these two Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Blade Runner 2049

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I never, ever, EVER, thought this day would come. Even if I allowed myself to fantasize that it would, realistically speaking it was hard not to think that it would be a nightmare, not the sequel to 1982’s classic Ridley Scott sci-fi film that I would often envision in my dreams. Ok, yes, I (chris) am more than just a Continue Reading...
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‘Junk Head’ Review

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In the past few years, stop-motion animation has achieved technical marvels previously thought impossible. The scale and smoothness of films like Kubo and the Two Strings or The Boxtrolls is something that could only exist today, given the technical marvels on display. Junk Head, an independent stop-motion feature from Takahide Hori, may not offer the technical prowess of its big-budget Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

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Director Noah Baumbach returns with another dramedy about a dysfunctional family. Shocker. But are we complaining? No, because nobody does these things better than he does. This time around, Adam Sandler (yes, Adam Sandler) and Elizabeth Marvel play brother and sister who are reengaging with their half-brother (Ben Stiller) when their irascible artist father (Dustin Hoffman) needs them. Anger come Continue Reading...
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‘The Prince of Nothingwood’ Review

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Salim Shaheen is one of Afghanistan’s, and perhaps the world’s, most prolific filmmakers. But his is a name probably not known to many outside of the Middle East. Nothingwood comes from Salim himself as he notes that America has Hollywood, India has Bollywood and, as he points to the desert around him, Afghanistan has Nothingwood. At the outset of this Continue Reading...
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