Ep40 North Country

March 22, 2018

Our no. 1 fan Tracy McNeil brings her legal expertise and gets us fired up (!) for the horrific, dejecting struggle for incremental justice for women.


Ep39 Hancock

March 1, 2018

Do you like your superheroes irresponsible? Well sober up and step into a lot of unexplored metaphors and implications!


Ep38 Waking Up in Reno

February 22, 2018

Join us on a journey of self discovery where we learn that our tolerance for tasteless movies has slackened somewhat!


Ep37 The Road

February 8, 2018

<Insert Disaster Here> and be miserable! This week's somber episode discusses the value of art with no hope and the most pragmatic techniques for surviving the apocalypse. Band together and be friendly, basically!


Ep36 Astro Boy

February 1, 2018

Robots! Science! Infanticide! Consider respecting sentient machines, or not being wasteful, or standing up to corruption, but mostly just fight for a little bit!


Ep35 the yards

January 25, 2018

Say hi to your dying mother for us! This mumblecore prototype tries to be The Godfather but ends up more like a depressing and awkward soap opera.


Ep34 Monster

January 18, 2018

We're back and living our best life with our true love Abby Fudor!  We're gonna laugh, we're gonna skate and we're gonna murder to keep it all together!


Ep33 Reindeer Games

December 23, 2017

Chris Maxwell and Brad Davis of the podcast High on Film join us in reviewing a seasonally appropriate casino heist and multiple homicide as silly and explosive as a Christmas pudding soaked in Calvados!


Ep32 Hollywood Confidential

December 14, 2017

In an alternate universe where ceiling mounted video conferencing was better in 1997 than Skype is now, Charlize is a series regular on a show about an 11 person private investigation firm run by Edward James Olmos. We briefly cross into that world this week by watching what seems to be that shows failed pilot!


Ep31 The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

December 7, 2017

A beloved and respected man turns out to be a monster enabled by the institutions that benefit from his talent. We couldn't have picked a worse movie in our attempt to escape that topic!