One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 6

*insert image of Chris being filled with deep regret here*

Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) wants to be a good new mom to Samantha but Sam’s got her own killer robot which could throw a wrench in that relationship.

A senior citizen group and their handlers find themselves being hunted by killer cowboys in this horror thriller.

Toni Revolori and Jason Mantzoukas find themselves on a crazy road trip in this Sundance road trip film

Ansel Elgort must deal with his greatest challenge to date: his own twin brother living within his mind!

A cam girl discovers she has been locked out of her account by a doppelganger in this Blumhouse/Netflix thriller

Hugh Jackman plays failed prez nominee Gary Hart who just couldn’t keep it in his pants in this new Jason Reitman dramedy.


Justin Zarian has assumed direct control once again. With Nick and Travis from the UGO Podcast in tow, they’ll cover a wide range of pretty good trailers, some high profile announcements and give a tribute to the legendary Stan Lee. Check out their antics right here.

Rosamund Pike plays famed war correspondent Marie Colvin in a film many are saying is the best work of her career.

The Coen brothers do a western anthology film with all kinds of results.

The widows of a bunch of dead criminals get together for a heist their husbands had planned.

Johnny Depp grimdarks it around looking for a parents-seeking Ezra Miller while Eddie Redmayne and crew point their sticks at stuff.


Digital Noise Episode 198 – Secret Giveaway

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John and Chris get together and talk some of the big recent home releases (and some small ones too) and have a great time doing it. And hey, we’re giving away a copy of the one of the best tv shows of the year on this show, listen to find out how to win!              PLEASE USE OUR Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Hate U Give

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Starr (Amandla Stenberg) lives with her mom (Regina Hall) and dad (Russell Hornsby) in a poor, largely African-American neighborhood. But she and her brother get sent to an uptown private school that, surprise, is mostly white kids. Her two worlds both collide and shatter when she witnesses a friend (Algee Smith) get fatally shot down by a police officer during Continue Reading...
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The Gathering – The Sixteenth Party

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After a brief forced hiatus, The Gathering returns in full force and this week we talk about horror…but not movies. The theme was specifically, favorite horror other than movies, which leaves a lot of room open for interpretation and we got some really great answers. Check it out here....
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Deliberations of Doom Ep 34 – Streaming Horror Pt 1

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The Doom Patrol is back in a big way because it’s October and us horror freaks got work to do! This week (and next) we’re talking about streaming horror movies…that’s films that you can stream on services like Netflix, Shudder, etc. For this first round we talk about Oculus, Ruin Me, Dead Shack, and Mom & Dad. You can now subscribe Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: All About Nina

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There’s nothing funny about Nina Geld’s life. She’s a stand-up comedian with an acerbic tongue, a chip on her shoulder and a bad habit to get in bed with the wrong guys. However, when she heads to Los Angeles to audition for a prime time comedy show, she meets the man of her dreams in the form of Rafe. Will Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Bikini Moon

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Oh boy…this review is going to be a doozy. Justin and Davey discuss this new film Bikini Moon from director Milcho Manchevski (Before the Rain), a faux-documentary where a group of young independent filmmakers come across a mentally unstable Iraq War veteran who calls herself ‘Bikini.’ They soon become fascinated with her and decide to dedicate their time helping her Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Thunder Road

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Ever had the loss of a loved one mess with everything in your life? Jim Cummings has apparently, or at least his character does in this movie that Cummings not only played the lead in, but also wrote and directed. Adapting his original short film, we follow Officer Jim who, following a humiliatingly overwrought eulogy at his mother’s funeral, tries Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Stella’s Last Weekend

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How does one prepare for the impending death of a family dog? Why, by throwing a goodbye party for them while dealing with love triangles of course! Written, directed by and starring Polly Draper (thirtysomething), the film follows two brothers named Jack and Oliver, played by real-life brothers Nat and Alex Wolff respectively, planing for one last weekend with their Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: First Man

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Damien Chazelle (Whiplash, LaLa Land) firmly takes the reigns on awards season (again) with his story of Neil Armstrong, the first man to step foot on the moon, here played by, of course, Ryan Gosling with Claire Foy as his wife Janet and a SIZABLE cast of other famous faces as pretty much everyone else involved with before, during, and Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Bad Times at the El Royale

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Drew Goddard (The Cabin in the Woods) returns for his sophomore effort at directing a feature film with this period piece crime film with seven strangers who meet at a hotel at the crossroads of Nevada and California, each with purposes different from how they initially appear. With Jon Hamm, Chris Hemsworth, Dakota Johnson, Jeff Bridges and more, you better Continue Reading...
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