One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 5

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.


Giganticast Ep 14: Legends of Tomorrow

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Matt and Chris discuss the episode of the CW wacky superheroes/American-Doctor-Who show Legends of Tomorrow that featured the time travelers helping Godzilla creator Ishirō Honda deal with a real kaiju in 1950s Japan. Tagumo Attacks!!! Giganticast now has it’s own iTunes and Spotify feed. Subscribe now and leave us a review!...
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Official Oscar Nominations (and how many I predicted correctly)

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The Oscar nominations have been announced! So as usual, it’s time to see how well or badly I did in predicting these nominations. Rest assured, I’m sure people will be quite surprised (or maybe they won’t. I don’t know) by the picks. Tune in for our live-watch podcast soon too. Best Picture Black Panther BlacKkKlansman Bohemaian Rhapsody The Favourite Green Continue Reading...
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The Final Days of Gotham – Episode 3 – Penguin, Our Hero

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Another week, another episode of Gotham. In this week’s episode, Jim and Harvey are dealing with the struggles of maintaining peace in their new refugee zone. Across the city, Penguin is starting to alienate his followers and decides to invade the refugee zone to get them back. Meanwhile, Selina recruits Bruce to help her venture into the ‘Dark Zone’ to Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened

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The heat is on with this review as Justin, Shak and Allen jump on the bandwagon to discuss Netflix’s scathing documentary Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened. Following the infamous 2017 failed music festival, the film focuses both on the mechanizations involving the main people planning the party and the team on the ground attempting to hastily put the Continue Reading...
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Final Round of Oscar Nomination Predictions

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The Oscar nominations will be announced Tuesday and it is time to nail down our final nomination predictions. As usual, this is a combination of what has been making the cut with previous award shows, what people have been talking about lately and my own personal preference. I will also include two runner-ups, but I will only count the movies Continue Reading...
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Giganticast Ep 13: “Godzilla: The Planet Eater” Review

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Get ready for some Real Talk! Matt, Morgan, Quinn, and Mayhem’s Muse get existential up in here as they discuss their complicated feelings following the finale of the Godzilla Anime Trilogy. Giganticast now has it’s own iTunes feed and is available as well on Spotify!...
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Screener Squad: The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

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We’ve had a good run of debut writer/director films lately and this seems to be no exception. Frank and Lara take the lead on this review of The Standoff at Sparrow Creek, a dark and tense thriller shot in Dallas, Texas. The story follows around James Badge Dale playing a former police officer and militiaman who is brought out of Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: The Last Man

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January is here and for cinema, it’s a real dumping ground. So, of course, we would get a Hayden Christensen movie somewhere in the pile. In The Last Man, he plays a soldier returning from an unspecified war while an unspecified apocalypse brews around an unspecified Latin country (yes, it’s really confusing in the movie too). While attempting to overcome his Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: An Acceptable Loss

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It’s time for some good old political intrigue. This is An Acceptable Loss, the newest film from Joe Chappelle who did so much great work on The Wire….and also Halloween: The Curse of Michael Meyers. This time, we follow Tika Sumpter as she deals with the fallout from an unpopular decision she made while serving as a security adviser for Continue Reading...
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