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

Bayer & Snider review “Coco”, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “The Man Who Invented Christmas” and they’re giving away a blu-ray of “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”!

Dan Stevens is Charles Dickens, trying to come up with the plot for “A Christmas Carol” in amongst hallucinated characters from the story.

Denzel Washington plays a time-traveling lawyer (well, not really, but practically) from the 60’s who can’t really adjust to the mores of today’s world.

Pixar’s newest film features a little Mexican boy who goes to the land of the dead and has to deal with his music-hating dead family. Sounds like every family reunion I’ve ever been to.

The funniest Doom Cult you know swings back around for the second part of their look at the movies of Clive Barker.

Director/Writer Martin McDonagh serves up the hard to beat front-runner for Best Picture this year.

Chris and Aaron review “Evil: In the Time of Heroes”, “George A Romero: Between Night and Dawn”, “Cars 3”, “The Villainess” and many more.

Here’s your chance to win a Blu-Ray copy of the Charlize Theron action movie Atomic Blonde from your friends at Oneofus.net!

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Somebody Likes It Ep 114: Broken Social Scene – “Hug of Thunder”

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Let’s be honest: Hug Of Thunder, for all of its good intentions, kind of sounds like something made by Hasbro: perhaps a giant, fluffy, crime-fighting machine—the likes of which, for all we know, could actually be one of the members of Broken Social Scene, the Toronto-based and terribly talented music collective that burst on the scene with an iconoclastic by Continue Reading...
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Watch a Movie With Us: The Blair Witch Project

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It finally happened. Chris got talked into doing a commentary track for a movie everyone else seems to love but he’s always hated, the original Blair Witch Project. The upshot here is, schadenfreude fans should get a real kick out of watching him suffer as Richard declares the ‘genius’ of the film, Jeff (from Rage Select) tries bravely to keep them Continue Reading...
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Deliberations of Doom – Episode 15 – 90s Horror Part Two

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Horror is our business and business is good. But it sure was different back in the 1990s. We examine some more of our favorites from the decade only this time, The Doom Patrol ain’t exactly on the same page about all of them. Come on, you know you love to hear us squabble!          ...
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‘Darkland’ Review

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Darkland is a Danish crime thriller that was almost selected as the country’s foreign film entry into the Academy Awards. As the title would suggest, Darkland is a gloomy film, the lighting almost always low and the outside shots overcast. Dar Salim stars as Zaid, a second generation Iraqi immigrant to Denmark, and respected surgeon with a pregnant wife. Zaid’s Continue Reading...
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Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

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It’s Steven’s birthday and Neil & Taylor help him celebrate by discussing the new follow-up to a neo noir classic, Blade Runner 2049! Do the fellas think its a worthwhile sequel or is this movie better off lost like tears in rain?   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 379: ‘Marshall,’ ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,’ ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ ‘The Foreigner’

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0:00 – Hello, a behind-the-scenes story about the massage Jeff had to pay for 8:50 – Marshall review 22:10 – Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review 35:05 – Battle of the Sexes review 43:40 – The Foreigner review (Snider only) 49:40 – This week’s DVDs, plus we’re giving away copies of Planes, Trains and Automobiles on Blu-ray/DVD — two copies, one to Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Episode 171: Default Halloween Episode

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Oh, what the hell. We’ll just call this episode of our home release review show our Halloween episode this year. Mainly because it ended up having the most amount of horror (or horror adjacent) titles that we’re reviewing this month. But Chris and Marco make the most of it and have quite a few quality ‘must see’ movies to discuss. Continue Reading...
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‘Firstborn’ Review

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A man and woman are walking home at night, making their way down a deserted street. They stop in the middle of the road and are almost clipped by a motorcyclist. The woman calls the man an asshole and he proceeds to violently attack them. This is the opening scene of Firstborn: a scenario which sends the lead character spiraling Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Marshall

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Chadwick Boseman takes on the role of legendary NAACP lawyer (and later, Supreme Court Justice) Thurgood Marshall in this story of an early case where he defended a black man on trial for raping a white woman. Forced by a racist system and intolerant judge to only act as an advisor for the case, he has to make the reluctant Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Foreigner

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Jackie Chan takes a turn for the dramatic (but don’t worry kids, he still kicks some arse) in this moody thriller from director Martin Campbell. When his teenage daughter dies in an IRA bombing in London, with nothing left to lose he reassumes old skills and starts harassing a former IRA member turned British government official played by Pierce Brosnan. Continue Reading...
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