One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 2

The music analysis continues as we explore the nominated original scores, as well as highlight some hidden gems.

Rory Culkin plays the leader of Mayhem in this most f*d up rock and roll true story ever.

You know our review for this movie will be over 9,000 when Justin, Brad, Shak, Mike, and Matt Frank get together!

Justin and Les continue their review of this miniseries as they cross the halfway point. But was it worth it?

The popular Manga series gets a Rodriguez/Cameron live-action cyberpunk movie and hey, it’s not too shabby!

Rebel Wilson is trapped inside a magical, cliched rom-com that she hates, but must play through the tropes to get out of it.


Public Axis #180: Lamb of God Mac & Cheese

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Cultural Music Fusion! Coming of Age! Misadventures at the Gym! Get comfortable in the dental chair for a little “jazz & leave” with Public Axis, live at The Blind Tiger Comedy Club! Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!  ...
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Screener Squad: High Flying Bird

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Steven Soderbergh’s iPhone crusade continues with this NBA drama penned by Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight). Andre Holland headlines as Ray, a sports agent who finds himself unable to access any money or help his clients when the NBA begins a lockout to negotiate new contracts with the TV networks. Not willing to accept these terms, Ray sets out to work Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot

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The title alone was enough to bring Ben, London, Lara and Justin together to watch this movie. The story follows a legendary WWII hero, played by Sam Elliott, dealing with his day-to-day life and the trauma that continues to follow him decades after his daring mission to assassinate the Fuhrer. One day, two government agents arrive to warn him that Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Cat Sticks

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The Screener Squad is going on yet another foreign film trip…emphasis on the trip. A runner-up for the Slamdance festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature and the only Indian film ever screened at the festival, Cat Sticks follows a group of Calcutta druggies as they seek to find that elusive high from a drug known as ‘Brown Sugar.’ Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Arctic

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It’s Hannibal versus the cold in this indie survival drama. Mads Mikkelson stars as a man stranded in the middle of an arctic tundra (the reason why he is out there is never revealed), who is starting to lose hope until another helicopter crashes nearby him. With one woman surviving the wreck, Mikkelson’s character finds a motivation to seek out Continue Reading...
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Eye on the Prize Ep. 26 Pt. 1 – Reviewing the 2019 Best Original Song Nominees

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Time to get musical in this show! It’s that time of year that Justin loves so much where we do a thorough discussion on the Oscar nominees for Best Original Song and Best Original Score. This year, however, we decided to bring on a professional. Our very own Eye on the Prize composer Lorenzo Emmanuel, who also composed the themes Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Piercing

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Some people deal with their frustrations with life by playing video games. Some people rent hotel rooms and then call hookers so that they can kill them. That’s where we start with Piercing, adapted from a novel by Ryu Murakami (Audition) and directed by Nicholas Pesce (The Eyes of My Mother). Reed (Christopher Abbot) has left his family at home Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: The Amityville Murders

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Because what everyone really wanted was a remake of Amityville 2: The Possession. Or maybe someone did. I mean, clearly, SOMEONE did, because here we go. Ya see this is the story NOT of the Anson family, as detailed in the original The Amityville Horror or even the remake with Ryan Reynolds. This is about the family that lived in Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

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Everything WAS awesome but now, in this sequel to the surprise hit The Lego Movie, the world of Bricksburg has become Apocalypseburg; the decision by Will Ferrell’s character at the end of the last movie to let his kids play with his exquisitely crafted Lego town has led to ruin. Especially by the little sister who has brought in the Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Prodigy

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It may have taken director Nicholas McCarthy awhile to get going on his directorial career, but at age 40 he released the low-budget, but much beloved The Pact. Now, on his third film, Nic takes on the ‘demon seed’ genre of horror films, telling the story of Miles, a genius child. Also, a child who might be possessed by something Continue Reading...
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