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Biggs breaks down his favorite films in commentary tracks recorded with his friends. He spouts trivia, makes observations, and has some insane theories on every film. This is recorded in real time with the movies, but the listener need not have to watch them to enjoy the podcast
 
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We launch the first episode of Not Safe for Network by talking about the controversy of Tom Bombadil, Disney screwing over creators from companies it's absorbed, and Mads Mikkelsen nearly ending his career before it took off. We go down a rabbit hole that starts with Wolverine tracking Freddie Mercury, and meanders through Rocket Robin Hood, until …
 
This week's theme for the podcast is children escaping trauma through fantasy lands. First up is Dave McKean and Neil Gaiman's Mirrormask, where a girl wishes to be the death of her mom, and then winds up in a fantastical world after her mom gets sick. Next is Disney's follow up to The Wizard of Oz decades later, which follows Dorothy checking into…
 
This week we talk about the Oscars a bit with reviews of My Octopus Teacher, One Night in Miami, Judas and the Black Messiah, Minari, and Nomadland. We also discuss Coming 2 America, I Care a Lot, and Godzilla vs Kong.By notsafefornetwork@gmail.com
 
This week the theme of the podcast is movies where men create women. First Wyatt and Gary use their computer to create a smoke show that has magical powers and bends to their every whim in Weird Science. Then, tackling misogyny in a very different way, we discuss 1975's The Stepford Wives where Joanna is forced by her husband to move away from her …
 
For this episode of Box Office Battle we pit two movies about writers against each other. First Jared Hess offers a story of a thirteen year old who gets his story adapted into an awful movie, and at the same time his story is ripped off in a best selling novel in Gentlemen Broncos. Then Cronenberg's avant guarde adaptation of the William S. Burrow…
 
For this helping of the Box Office Battle podcast we review the Jennifer Garner action flick Peppermint, the Aaron Sorkin courtroom drama The Trial of the Chicago 7, and the new Zemeckis family film Roald Dahl's The Witches. Plus we learn the differences between Jeannette Rankin and Jenette Goldstein, and how to count to twenty-eight!…
 
We made it to the 100th episode! Andy Samberg plays a Justin Timberlake knock off, while JT plays a chef in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping. Then Chris Rock pretends to be a gangster rapper to rocket to success while Charlie Murphy hunts him in CB4. Then we catch up with original host Zac and talk about filming in the Covid era, reflecting on th…
 
This week on Box Office Battle we frankenstein two recordings together to talk about newer releases to streaming. Including: Hubie Halloween, Borat 2, Bill and Ted Face the Music, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, The Jesus Rolls, and Scoob. Plus, we acknowledge the passing of legend. Sort of.By notsafefornetwork@gmail.com
 
The podcast covers Horror movies with "house" in the title. First up is Rob Zombie's feature length directoral debut that was responsible for making horror movies more gory: House of 1000 Corpses. Then a man moves into his aunt's haunted house while struggling with a deadline, his missing child, his memories of Vietnam, and Norm Peterson in House.…
 
This is part one of a series we're doing discussing Terry Gilliam's work as a director. We discuss his beginnings in animation for Do Not Adjust Your Set, Monty Python's Flying Circus, as well as his shorts Storytime and Miracle of Flight. Finally we get to his first features: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Jabberwocky, Time Bandits, and The Mean…
 
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