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

Natalie Portman goes on a psychedelic, horrific, journey into…grief? Maybe, but there’s some bad-ass monsters.

A game night goes awry for Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, and their friends when a seemingly staged kidnapping turns out to be real. Maybe.

A bit delayed, but the Music Men here put together their Holiday Mixtape Show.

Chris and Aaron take a look at “The Cat O’Nine Tails”, “Extraordinary Mission”, “Blade of the Immortal”, “Gotham by Gaslight”, “24 Hours to Live”, “Accident Man” and many more.

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Brown Coat level subscribers and above can come virtually join the party with us, even bigger this week than the first.

Chris, Morgan, and Elliot take a close look at what worked and what didn’t in Star Trek: Discovery

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Justin Zarian is large and in charge again on this week’ Breakfast Pub. This time he has fellow Eye on the Prize “Prizefighter” Shakyl Lambert, as well as a late arrival from UGO Podcast’s Nick Thyse, as co-hosts to help cover the latest in trailers, news and everything in between.

Aardman Animation brings us this tale of warring early human tribes who settle their conflicts with soccer. Because of course they do. *sigh*

The Best Wrestlers of All Time! Never Got Presents! Mass Extinction! And it’s LIVE! Public Axis, doing it live, the core three in the place to be and our guests – a live audience

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Chris Herman and Chris Cox team up again to take on all the new movie and tv trailers and news stories in this epic two-part Breakfast Pub episode now available in the forums for Red Shirt and above subscribers.

Bayer & Snider take a look back at the best films of 2017, talk some new blu-ray releases, and give away a copy of the book “Wonder Woman: The Art and Making of the Film”.

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Deliberations of Doom – Ep 19: Alien Horror Pt 2

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This week the Doom Patrol continues its steadily more inebriated voyage into the world of Alien Horror films (discussing Quatermass and the Pit, Pitch Black, and Altered), but first, we talk a bit about a new book that just came out called Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television....
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Highly Suspect Reviews: All the Money in the World

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Ridley Scott’s new movie is based on the true story of the kidnapping of the grandson of the richest man in the world, J. Paul Getty. Problem was, the kidnappers didn’t realize that Getty was such an unbelievable skinflint that not only would he pay no money to said grandson’s family (they lived in poverty) but he wouldn’t pay the Continue Reading...
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Eye on the Prize – Episode 4: The Big Shortlist

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Justin Zarian and Shakyl Lambert hold down the fort this week while Ian is busy being a responsible adult with a job. The two of them discuss films Justin has actually watched this week (I know, a first), a straggler from the critic group awards and official Academy shortlists for several categories. Much nerd talk and foolishness ensues! NOTE: We Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Molly’s Game

1 Submitted by on Fri, 22 December 2017, 12:05
Jessica Chastain plays real-life underground poker queen Molly Bloom, as she recounts her story of being targeted by the FBI to her lawyer, Idris Elba. I mean, just the two of them in a movie together should be enough to get butts in seats, right? Just put them in everything. Hell, they’re going to be in IT 2 now, apparently. Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Post

2 Submitted by on Fri, 22 December 2017, 11:50
Adding to the pile of December Oscar-bait this year is Steven Spielberg’s entry and he’s going in with guns-a-blazing, casting Meryl Streep as Washington Post owner Kay Graham and Tom Hanks as its editor Ben Bradley in a time of deep concern for the paper: do they ignore the federal government’s threats and publish shocking documents that were illicitly obtained Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Pitch Perfect III

0 Submitted by on Fri, 22 December 2017, 11:35
In the third chapter in this (apparently) well-loved series, we thought it appropriate to actually try to get some people from the demographic the film is targeting to do the review for us. Turns out, our own regular Highly Suspect Reviewer, Lara, has a teen daughter named Rowan who was VERY excited to see the trilogy completed and Chris interviews Continue Reading...
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Movie BS Ep 388: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,’ ‘Pitch Perfect 3,’ ‘Downsizing’

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0:00 – Hello, here is what we’re doing for our Christmases 6:00 – Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle review 16:50 – Pitch Perfect 3 review 27:30 – Downsizing review 36:00 – This week’s DVDs, including a giveaway of Stronger 40:25 – A question of the week: What was your favorite movie of 2017? And also, what was one good thing Continue Reading...
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Public Axis #171: Be Our Guest

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Normal Turned Horrific! Pranks of Past! New Squirtables! Eff it, WE’LL DO IT LIVE! We bring our Public Axis antics with the core three in the place to be and our guests – a live audience! Recorded at the Blind Tiger Comedy Club on October 20th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Father Figures

0 Submitted by on Thu, 21 December 2017, 11:42
Owen Wilson and Ed Helms play very different brothers who have to team up when they find out that the father that their mother (Glenn Close) told them about is only one of a series of possible dads. Road trip and celebrity cameos ensue. Check out Chris moderating the review with Michael and Aaron....
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