One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 4

In the second part of our witches series, the Doom Patrol talks about The Craft, The Mother of Tears, Drag Me to Hell, and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.

This week Chris and Aaron take on “Waterworld”, “I am Not a Witch”, “Reign of the Supermen” and more!

After a week hiatus due to reruns, it’s time for more Gotham insanity!

Justin listens to London and Bradly discuss the oft-overlooked short categories to find the diamonds in the rough.


Harris and Chris have their work cut out for them this week as there is a HUGE amount of trailers and interesting news stories to discuss in the world of tv and film. Join them, won’t you?

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


Highly Suspect Reviews: Miss Bala

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Director Catherine Hardwicke brings us this remake of a Mexican film featuring Gina Rodriguez as an innocent caught up in Tijuana between the charismatic leader of a drug cartel who has abducted her (Ismael Cruz Córdova), a super-corrupt police force, and the slimy DEA who don’t care if she gets hurt or if she’s guilty or not as long as Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: I Am The Night Episode 1 & 2

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***NON-SPOILER REVIEW***Justin and Les are on the case to determine if this TNT limited series is worth the investment. In this six-part procedural inspired by the book by Fauna Hodel, we follow the lives of two individuals whose lives are connected to what may be the Black Dahlia killer. The first is a young girl named Pat (India Eisley), a Continue Reading...
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The Gathering – The 22nd Party

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The whole gang is here for our whopping 22nd party of The Gathering and this week…we have a topic. Two, actually. Part one of the podcast we explore all the theories out there about Avengers: Endgame and decide which hold water and which don’t. Parts two and three we talk about the best endings of all time, to movies, tv Continue Reading...
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Eye on the Prize Ep. 25 – Catching up on the SAG

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Justin and Brad do a quick recap of the Screen Actors Guild winners to see what contenders are locked in place for Oscar wins, who is on the fence and all the other things that happened during the ceremony. It’s a quick episode, but a good one!  ...
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Public Axis #179: Goner’s Undercroft

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Animal Athletes! Birthday Surprises! Tooth Inventions! Pack up your 20 sided die, ’cause you’re going on an adventure with Public Axis Live and a special guest spot with D&D podcast, Goner’s Undercroft! (No dungeon masters were harmed during this recording.)    Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at Continue Reading...
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The Final Days of Gotham – Episode 4 – Ruin

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The insanity continues as Justin, Nick, Travis, and Allen ‘Birdman’ dive headfirst into episode four, Ruin. Following the explosive finale of last week’s episode, Jim and Harvey must make some uneasy alliances to root out the person responsible. This leads to some familiar faces crossing their paths, among other crazy developments. Meanwhile, Selina has abandoned Bruce at the makeshift church Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: King of Thieves

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We haven’t had a good hit of ‘My Cocaine’ in a while, so we jumped on the opportunity to review Michael Caine’s newest feature. Directed by James Marsh (The Theory of Everything), King of Thieves follows the real-life events of Brian Reader (Michael Caine). Shortly after his wife dies, Reader gathers together a team of older veteran thieves and a Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Dead Ant

0 Submitted by on Fri, 25 January 2019, 11:48
Justin has decided to bring back Allen from the Midnight Chat Attack to experience the horrors of the bargain bin movies for himself. In Dead Ant, we follow a band of old rockers led by Sean Astin and Tom Arnold (uh-oh…) as they venture through a Native American reservation to play at a music festival. After making a stop to Continue Reading...
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Digital Noise Episode 208: Back to the 80s

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Marco and Chris go back to the 80s with some fun (and only marginally fun) retro VHS-box inspired titles, take on some modern horror, and much more!                PLEASE USE OUR IMAGE LINKS TO BUY ANY OF THESE TITLES ON AMAZON. IN FACT, PLEASE USE THEM AS YOUR STARTING POINT FOR ANYTHING YOU BUY OFF OF AMAZON. You Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Stan & Ollie

0 Submitted by on Thu, 24 January 2019, 16:01
Two of the most beloved stars of the post-vaudeville/early film comedy scene, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, are given the ‘final days’ biopic treatment here by Jon S. Baird starring respectively Steve Coogan and (the already nominated) John C. Reilly. Largely looking at their final European tour, Stan & Ollie is certainly bittersweet and melancholy but in a good way. Continue Reading...
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