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A theme based movie podcast that offers in-depth reviews of films across the whole spectrum of film history from the silent era to modern day classics and new releases. Accompanied by our never ending film festivals, interviews and top 5's we will enthrall you with ridiculousness, knowledge and humor. We drink, we curse, and most reviews contain spoilers, so be weary. Voted Best New Podcast by SLC's City Weekly come be a fly on the wall of our conversations about the art form that we love with the ever so cultured and hilarious Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher.

Feb 26, 2010

This review is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful review I've ever heard in my life. We are joined by the geekiful Mark Middlemas as we talk about 1962's The Manchurian Candidate. After we get brainwashed we get invaded by 1978's Invansion Of The Body Snatchers. To time in with everything this week we give...


Feb 19, 2010

We can't take you all to Mount Everest this week to show you how good this podcast is, but you can still listen as we dissect the Louis Malle 1981 film My Dinner With Andre.  Along with that is our fourth installment of our Sci-Fi 70's festival, Soylent Green.  Then to tie it all together, top 5 movies about food....


Feb 12, 2010

I could try to find a funny quote from the movie that makes you want to listen to this episode, or I could just tell you that we are reviewing TERMINATOR 2 JUDGEMENT DAY and leave it at that.  C'mon.  What else do you want?  Along with that, our third installment of the 70's sci-fi festival, Slaughterhouse 5, and our...


Feb 5, 2010

We can go home, for the first time as we review the best that Pixar has to offer with Andrew Stanton's robot love story WALLĀ·E. We continue our 70's sci-fi fest with the underrated and invisible THX 1138. To match up everything we do our top 5 silent charaters or performances. Thanks for listening and make sure to send...


Feb 4, 2010

A story about an old man who has a bad reputation in a small town in Alabama wants to throw himself a funeral party as the basis for the Sundance flick Get Low. Starring Robert Duvall, Bill Murray, Sissy Spacek, and Lucas Black. Unfortunately all the "big" stars bailed the roundtable interview, but I got a chance to sit...