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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.

May 24, 2022

This week we continue our Stop Motion Festival with Charlie Kaufman and his wild mind as we journey through the doldrums of what it takes to be the speaker at a customer service convention in Cincinnati. Truly a wild imaginative film, enjoy the discussion.


May 16, 2022

This week we get into an all-time scene between two generational actors appearing together for the first time on screen where Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro have a deep conversation in this classic diner scene in Michael Mann's Heat.

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May 9, 2022

Happy Other Mother Day!! This week we begin a new Stop Motion Animation Festival with the classic Neil Gaiman tale Coraline. A tale of a young brave girl moving into a new apartment complex with alternate versions of her family tempting her to sell her soul for selfish reasons. Enjoy the conversation!


Apr 23, 2022

This episode we break down the hilariously painful scene from Doug Liman's 1996 indie comedy Swingers where Mike, Jon Favreau, has a quick relationship with an answering machine.

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Apr 17, 2022

This week we dive into an additional installment of our Complicated Failures Festival with the odd and strange biographical story of Mark Hogancamp, a victim of a brutal attack and some unusual coping mechanisms are explored in the underwhelming Robert Zemeckis production of Welcome To Marwen.