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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.

Nov 21, 2020

This week we give you a 101 episode where we delve deep into the how different representations of a character's mental state are portrayed in film.

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Nov 15, 2020

This week we end out Cerebral Nightmares Festival with the one and only Charlie Kaufman. We review his movie adaptation of Ian Reid's book about a girl visiting her boyfriend's parents on an unusual farm where things aren't as they seem. This is one heady film and a great deep dive!


Nov 8, 2020

For our third installment of our Cerebral Nightmares Festival we delight ourselves with this underrated horror gem Under The Shadow. A story of a mother and daughter fighting an unusual monster in their house from Iranian filmmaker Babak Anvari.

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Oct 31, 2020

Happy Halloween! This week we continue our Cerebral Nightmares Festival with the 1987 Alan Parker and Mickey Rourke film about a private investigator tracking down a famous crooner in Angel Heart. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the...


Oct 23, 2020

Let the symbolic dualities battle as we kick off our Cerebral Nightmares Festival with one of the Coen Brothers early films about the insanity and absurdity of being in a writer's head. The one and only Barton Fink.

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