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Irreverent podcast duo Kevin and Ryan discuss the finer points of cinema, such as the bizarre career of Billy Baldwin, Warren Beatty’s rap prowess, and the downfall of Will Smith. A new movie/banger is discussed each week with new episodes usually released on Saturdays.
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Now displaying: April, 2020
Apr 27, 2020

Get to the Podcast gets to the nature of reality with this week’s 2019 hit SERENITY.  Matthew McConaughey as a hard drinking chain smoking fishing boat captain?  Anne Hathaway as his ex wife who comes back into his life with murderous intent?  A bats%$t Jason Clarke as the abusive new husband and would be murder victim?  Sounds like classic film noir to me!  Just kidding that’s only the first 50 minutes.  Get to the podcast today to hear what we think of both halves of this… one of a kind film.

Apr 20, 2020

The darkest episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia was on the verge of happening in this week's film, and then it just...didn't. Then we almost had an Ike Barenholtz leading hero move, and then...we didn't. What we were left with was....something? Whether that something was any good is the real question. 

Apr 13, 2020

This week the guys are doing a third straight movie about the apocalypse. Wonder where this inspiration is coming from? 28 Days Later is this week's movie, which is either a smash hit zombie movie, or a genre ruining movie that doesn't even feature zombies, tune in to find out who is right.

Apr 6, 2020

This week we examine what happens when you take a beloved property and turn it into a surefire hit movie by....not making the movie anything like the original story. That's right, this week we're covering one of the worst adaptations into film ever: Resident Evil. Why would they need to keep the tension, the constant dread, and eery setting for a story when you could just make a sterile action movie that isn't remotely scary? Get to the Podcast and find out.

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