One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 5

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.


Movie BS Ep 377: Fantastic Fest 2017

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0:00 – Hello, it’s our Fantastic Fest episode, but first an iTunes review 2:15 – We don’t know anything about the new movies in theaters this week! Here are our Fantastic Fest reviews: 3:15 – “The Square” B 6/10 8:10 – “Applecart” C 5/10 10:50 – “Mom and Dad” B- 7/10 14:30 – “Tigers Are Not Afraid” A- 9/10 19:30 Continue Reading...
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Intern.Cast Ep 22: American Vandal ft. Gaga: Five Foot Two

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This week the tri-terns are reunited and they discuss unnecessary remakes, The Book of Henry, and a short review of the documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two. Finally we put our heads together to ask the real questions… How many spray painted penises are too much for Davey to handle? Listen to our review of the Netflix original American Vandal season Continue Reading...
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‘King Cohen’ Review

0 Submitted by on Thu, 28 September 2017, 16:59
There are few filmmakers as successful and simultaneously under the radar as Larry Cohen. He’s made some of the most vibrant and entertaining movies around, but there’s a good chance you don’t realize how many of your favorite movies he’s responsible for. There’s proof that the man behind The Stuff, Maniac Cop, It’s Alive, Black Caesar and Phone Booth is Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: American Made

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Director Doug Liman and Tom Cruise team up again to tell this story of an airline pilot who ended up working for the CIA smuggling guns to the Contras and smuggling cocaine for the Medellin cartel at the same time. So outrageous you either laugh or get mad, this true story is a keeper. Or, at least, so says Chris, Continue Reading...
Read more at TIFF

0 Submitted by on Wed, 27 September 2017, 17:59
Now that the curtains have set on the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival, with awards and receptions filling the news, it was time for me to talk about my experience with the 10 films I had the pleasure to see over four days at the festival. Traditionally, TIFF, along with the Venice and Telluride Film Festivals, have been major precursors Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Woodshock

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Kirsten Dunst is sad. Her mother just died, and she’s got all sorts of angst about it because she assisted her and that’s gotta be hard on anybody. So, she mopes around a lot, gets high, like, constantly, and floats in the forest. I think that about covers it. Regardless, Chris and Frank have some fun in their review....
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

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Back through the mists of time in the fantastical world of America in 1973, folks got all kinda beside themselves over a big media circus of a tennis match between women’s champion Billie Jean King, here played by Emma Stone, and former men’s champ Bobby Briggs, played here by Steve Carell. It turned into “WOMEN’S LIBBERS VERSUS MALE CHAUVINIST PIGS!” Continue Reading...
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Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

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This week Wes and Steve discuss the insane cost of baby toys, Death Note, play some Family Feud, and our Top 5 Back in my Day (i.e. things our children will know nothing about)! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Back in my Day? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at!...
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‘Gilbert’ Review

0 Submitted by on Mon, 25 September 2017, 12:59
The first time I ever heard the voice of Gilbert Gottfried it was coming out of the mouth of Iago the bright red parrot in Aladdin. Gilbert was one of many great things about that movie, but it was a character that always stuck with me. For decades Gottfried has been known as the wacky, screechy, and his pummel-you-over-the-head-with-jokes comedy Continue Reading...
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Screamcast 144: The Slayer Is Among The Living In The Backwoods

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While Brad is in Austin, TX at Fantastic Fest, BJ Colangelo, Stephanie Crawford and Sean Duregger discuss Arrow Video’s release of The Slayer! We also dive into the Shudder exclusive Among The Living (2014, directed by Inside’s Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo) and a 1988 lost-on-vhs flick Backwoods (aka The Geek)!...
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