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The Punch Drunk Critics, your Washington DC area film buffs, take a casual approach to talk about what's going on in the movie world while never forgetting to have fun!

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After a month long break the PDC is back! This week comes hot on the heels of the 2015 Oscar nominations so we have plenty to cover as it is but you know us, gotta pack it in, so we're also going to be running down all of the movies you... more

Ridley Scott's biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings hits theaters and we are here to let you know if it lives up to the history behind it. Then it's on to Benedict Cumberbatch as the man who broke the Nazi's enigma code, Alan Turing, in The... more

This week we are running on one-track minds as we talk all things Star Wars. With the release of the teaser trailer the internet is a buzz with what to expect. We're going to break down not just the trailer but everything we know so far!

It's a one title weekend here on the Punch Drunk Podcast and what a title it is. This week we venture into the first part of what is sure to be the epic conclusion to the story of Katniss Eberdeen and the Hunger Games. Join us to find out... more

Huge week in cinema this week as Christopher Nolan's latest epic film Interstellar, which is making waves in it's use of IMAX, is released. Also on the docket is Disney's Big Hero 6, the first flim by Disney to venture into their access to the... more

This week on the Punch Drunk Critics we jump into Jake Gyllenhaal's latest film Nightcrawler and the Nicole Kidman/Colin Firth thriller Before I Go to Sleep.

The Punch Drunk Critics weekly roundup where the group talks all things, TV, film, and pop culture!

We have some polar opposites on deck today with Brad Pitt's Fury and the animated adventure The Book of LIfe. Fury which tells the tale of a tank crew in the final days of WWII is gritty, gory, and intense. The Book of Life, is a PG... more

On this week's show we'll be talking about Gone Girl, starring Batman as a guy who might have murdered his wife and seeks Madea as his attorney. Plus, Nicolas Cage's religious action flick Left Behind is probably going to get ripped;... more