This week we review Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight. We share where we believe this film belongs in a “Top 8 Films directed by Quentin Tarantino” list and we wonder who will be graphically mutilated this time.
This week we review Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We talk about our anticipation for this new film and reflect on if Star Wars has ever let us down before. We wonder if there will be any mention of midi-chlorians and Alan yells at me for knowing too much about the movie already.
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This week we review The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2. Kendall is worried that there are not enough droids in the film and Alan gets the franchise confused with Game of Thrones. Is this really more highly anticipated than Star Wars: The Force Awakens? A man is not a piece of fruit!
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Alan interviews fans at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim and we try to find out why they’re so excited about Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.
We’re reporting from Star Wars Celebration Anaheim with our recap of the fan experience and news about all things Star Wars as Disney gets ready to release new movies every year. Special guest Brett Bays joins us to discuss the new teaser trailer for The Force Awakens, Carrie Fisher’s “A Date with the Princess” panel, and cosplay mashups.
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This week we review Alex Garland’s Ex Machina starring Alicia Vikander as a sexy robot in a psychological love triangle with Domhnall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac. Ben Vigeant, co-host of The Space Lincoln Star Trek Podcast, joins us on our quest to decide if we are human or are we dancer.
Listen to our supersized “2015 Year in Review” episode where we pick our favorite and least favorite films of 2015. We also give out special awards like “Worst Hair”, “Best Robot” and “Unnecessary Remake of a Documentary.”