Stranger Things 4 Vol 2 – A few days late, but here nonetheless. Vol 2 is an incredible finale, one that other shows should take note of. Full of lore, meaningful losses, and kickass soundtracks, Stranger Things continues to be one of the most fun shows currently in production.
Picking up several months after the conclusion of Stranger Things 3, ST4 Vol1 shows how the gang is dealing with being split up across the country. Even though Eleven has left Hawkins behind, the demons of her past continue to haunt her. Meanwhile, those who remain in Hawkins are subject to several increasingly brutal murders […]
War of The Worlds – A strange mid 2000s Spielberg sci-fi adaptation, War of The Worlds is enjoyable to an extent but the lackluster CGI, weak PG-13 rating, and bizarre Tim Robbins casting make this more of a headscratcher.
June Movie Blitz – Here’s everything I watched since my last movie blitz. I’m planning on posting again regularly once Thor: Love and Thunder is released. Seems like a good place to pick back up.
May Movie Blitz – I’ve been MIA for a few weeks (busy busy busy) and haven’t had time to write or record so here’s a movie review blitz.
Who’s In The Box! – S6E01 – The Adam Project. This week we watched The Adam Project on Netflix. Be sure to listen to the end of the episode to hear what we watch next so you can play along with us and figure out who’s in the box!
Who’s In The Box! – S5E07 – Demolition Man. This week we watched Demolition Man on Hulu. Be sure to listen to the end of the episode to hear what we watch next so you can play along with us and figure out who’s in the box!
Everything Everywhere All at Once – An astounding and refreshing A24 sci-fi dark comedy starring Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu.
Weekend Watchlist – This weekend is a great time to see another great Batman story, a painful and award worth performance in Spencer, and a hilarious and morbid crime caper in Fargo.
Moonfall – The ludicrous story and absurd dialogue are so bad that the whole shebang becomes laughable, which ultimately makes the movie almost enjoyable. Moonfall doesn’t take itself too seriously and because of that, it’s a halfway decent way to spend an afternoon with some buddies.