One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 7

*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.

SUBSCRIBER ALERT!!

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.

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Screener Squad: Private Life

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It’s about to get real uncomfortable in here, but for all the best reasons. Tamara Jenkins (“The Savages”) returns to film making after an eleven-year hiatus with this Sundance darling. The story follows Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn as a New York couple named Richard and Rachel, who despite their best efforts cannot conceive a child or secure one for Continue Reading...
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First Round of Oscar Predictions for 2018-19 Season

0 Submitted by on Fri, 05 October 2018, 13:53
Oscar season is afoot once again and I, Justin Zarian, am back to offer my thoughts on what will make the cut for each category when January rolls around (except for the short film categories because those are impossible to predict this early). Who are the heavy hitters this year? Well, I didn’t do too bad predicting this last year Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Colette

0 Submitted by on Fri, 05 October 2018, 10:20
Justin and Davey continue exploring their new favorite genre to review together: lesbian historical biographies. This time, they’re exploring the life of famous French author Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, played here by Keira Knightley. Following her marriage to socialite and libertine Henry ‘Willy’ Gauthier-Villars, she is encouraged to write a novel as a means of expressing herself. Things get complicated, however, when Continue Reading...
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Eye on the Prize – Ep 15 – Let the 2018-19 Predictions Begin!

0 Submitted by on Fri, 05 October 2018, 10:16
October is here and a number of major Oscar contenders are finally getting their wide releases. So it’s time once again to start making predictions for who will make it onto this year’s shortlists. Follow Davey and Justin as they go over some awards season news, have a lengthy discussion about the major foreign film contenders and, for the bulk Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad Review Monsters and Men

0 Submitted by on Fri, 05 October 2018, 10:11
The Screener Squad gets serious this time out as they cover Monsters and Men, the Sundance darling from director Reinaldo Marcus Green making his feature film debut. The story follows three lead characters (played by Anthony Ramos, John David Washington, and Kelvin Harrison Jr.) as they deal with a police shooting that affects their lives more than they could have imagined. Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Old Man & The Gun

0 Submitted by on Thu, 04 October 2018, 13:06
Writer/director David Lowery (A Ghost Story, Pete’s Dragon) tells this tale based on the real story of Forrest Tucker, a career criminal but one with a special skill for escaping any cell they put him in, here played by Robert Redford. The story follows him, his new love interest (Sissy Spacek), the gang he puts together (Danny Glover and Tom Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Sisters Brothers

0 Submitted by on Thu, 04 October 2018, 12:54
Eli and Charlie Sisters (John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix) are very different people but they are brothers and they do work together as assassins. It’s the old west and gold fever is high. Their boss (Rutger Hauer) assigns them a task: find Riz Ahmed who is a scientist who developed a formula to find gold, and do whatever it Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: A Star is Born

0 Submitted by on Thu, 04 October 2018, 12:35
I don’t remember anyone putting this fourth version of “A Star is Born” on their must-see anticipated lists, but now that it’s out, everyone is going back to see it again and again. Which shouldn’t be a surprise, really. There’s something about this story of the experienced older musician taking the young ingenue under his belt until she eclipses him Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Venom

0 Submitted by on Thu, 04 October 2018, 12:10
Not exactly the most anticipated super-hero (sorta) movie ever, but at the same time, everyone wants to know, HOW IS IT? The expectations for Tom Hardy playing Spider-Man’s traditional symbiote-decked villain were low-to-trainwreck and our audience’s schadenfreude is palpable. Well folks, we got bad news for you. It’s not really that bad. Not really great either but…oh hell, just listen Continue Reading...
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Infestation – Fantastic Fest 2018 – Final Thoughts

0 Submitted by on Wed, 03 October 2018, 10:38
Another Fantastic Fest has come to an end but we’ve still got one last podcast in us! The gang gets together (Richard, Chris, JC, Patience, and Ben) to discuss the films “Border”, “Under the Silver Lake”, “The Standoff at Sparrow Creek”, “Piercing”, “The Quake”, and they each pick some of their favorite films that played the festival....
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