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It's that time again! The big annual crossover on the CW has occurred, and we have witnessed it in all its glory (and some of its less-gloriousness). We seem to talk mostly about the latter, of course, but we ask tough questions as well! Do we want a Batwoman series? Do we want a Superman series? Do the CW producers dig themselves into a hole by using names they have absolutely no intention of honoring? We look at a lot of these questions, and somewhere in there, there's a review of this crossover and some conjecture for the future crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths (or Kerfuffle in Two Towns). One thing is for certain: You can give us Flash, Supergirl, and Green Arrow as well as every supporting player in their respective shows, but you can never give us enough John Wesley Shipp and his 90s Flash!
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2018 was a fantastic year for horror films with Mandy, Hereditary, A Quiet Place. Strangers: Prey at Night, Unfriended: Dark Web, The Ranger, The Endless, Annihilation, Unsane, The House That Jack Built, Overlord, Revenge, Apostle, Ghost Stories, The Babysitter and The Ritual providing legit scares, thrills and chainsaw fights. It was such a great year we brought in award-winning horror director Zach Beckler to discuss the best horror movies of 2018. In this podcast, you will hear us talk about "new wave" horror, decapitations and hugging our Blu-ray copy of The Endless. If you are a fan of horror you need to listen to this podcast.
The GSMC gang are celebrating freedom the best way they know how, by watching some movies and reviewing them! This Jordan, Keith and Mariano are covering Independence Day: Resurgence and The Free State of Jones. Tune in and listen!
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Welcome Star Wars Fans to Episode 54 of Tatooine Sons! This week, we’re taking a deep dive into the biggest, baddest Dark Lord of the Sith of them all, as we break down Charles Soule’s Darth Vader comic series?
Plus, we will recap our Christmas revelries, look forward to some NEW things coming in 2019, and give our weekly “Hot Takes.”
“From my point of view, the Jedi are evil.”
It’s TIME for Tatooine Sons!
00:01 - Star Wars Commonwealth Podcast Network Shows
01:09 - Digging Into Darth Vader 25!
12:13 - Last Week's Podcast Poll of the Week: How do YOU define Star Wars?
17:21 - Hot Takes
John Boyega Revealed a One-Year Time Jump Between The Last Jedi and Episode IX… or DID he? Vader Episode 1: Shards of the Past was Released Last Week by the Star Wars Theory channel on YouTube Kids Who've Never Seen Star Wars Describe Star Wars! 33:10 - Digging Into Darth Vader 25!
01:20:59 - Anything Else?
Disney Releases Behind-The-Scenes Look at Galaxy’s Edge Jon Favreu confirms that IG-88 will be in The Mandalorian Marvel’s SOLO comic adaptation reveals how Qi’ra ended up working with Dryden Vos 01:24:11 - May the Force be with YOU!
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Jim Wallace and Jon Cross are out and about in the city of New York yet again discussing Hammer Horror Films. This week they talk Peter Cushing as the titular baron in The Evil of Frankenstein.
They talk dodgy accents, Roger Moore impersonators, that bloke from Inspector Morse, dodgy make up effects, is it a remake or a sequel to a movie that never existed, dropping a gut pie, film critics who pretend to not know what a latte is, the wonder of Cushing and so much more!
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On the latest episode of our look at movies in the 80's, 90's and more, it's post season time in college and NFL football. So, hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill decided to talk the dramatic football 90's classic, "Any Given Sunday," starring Al Pacino,Jamie Foxx, Dennis Quaid, Cameron Diaz, James Woods and many more. Get some great stories about the movie, including find out which host was acutally an extra in some of the football scenes! Plus the guys are joined by former Dallas Cowboys WR Jesse Holley, who gives his insight into the realism of the film and his opinions on the actors and his favorite scenes, etc. Have a blast talking some football, "Hollywood" style on this episode of "We've Seen That!"
It's the busiest movie weekend of the year! We've been waiting to see how this one would play out all year long, and now it's BUMBLEBEE squaring off with AQUAMAN squaring off with MARY POPPINS RETURNS squaring off with VICE squaring off with WELCOME TO MARWEN! We've got reviews of them all so tune in to find out which are worth seeing this holiday weekend!
The interview on SHOW TALK WITH ANGELA BUTLER is with Terry J. Quintero-Moore is an actor and model who recently worked in 2018's New York Fashion Week.Also Creed and Apollo Creed. He discusses in the interview Michel B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone. He is known for In This Corner (2015), Laundromat: It All Comes Out in the Wash and Fine Wine. The interview is prerecorded.
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
It's the one everybody has been waiting for, and it's sure to pull everyone to theaters... but, is it any good?
We'll have some interview clips for you with cast and crew as well.
We are joined by the two leading ladies from the Britbox original series The Blechley Circle San Francisco, Julie Graham who reprises her role of Jean along with her partner in crime fighting Rachael Stirling as Millie the meticulous team organizer.
Also giving us insight into the show is the creative team that includes executive producer, writer, as well showrunner Michael MacLennan, executive producer of the original show and producer on the new program Jake Lushington along with director Alexandra “LEXI” La Roche.
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Welcome to a special edition of the Movie Show on Monkeys Fighting Robots. I, TONYA starring Margot Robbie hits theaters nationwide this week and here to talk about the film are producers Bryan Unkeless and Tom Ackerley.
I, TONYA is a unique film and the two producers give you a behind-the-scenes look at the process from start to finish.
Unkeless also has an update on BRIGHT 2 from Netflix.
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