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And we're on! Morgan, Celia & Tucker got together to talk about Kathryn Bigelow, in the first of a series as of yet untitled, taking a look at her 80s debut, The Loveless. Co-directed with Monty Montgomery and featuring the "official" debut of Willem Dafoe: will we be able to say more than that about this 80 minute movie packed full of slow ass tak…
 
From the brackish past, it's an ep that had been lost: now it is found! Earlier this year, we got together to talk about the passing of DMX, which means we talked about Belly and Tucker defended that one scene in Top Five, we talked about trailers and a whole mess of things: and it all started with the movie Shiva Baby, which we had genuine affecti…
 
Does the title tell it all? NO. It's a round-up cast buddy! This episode even includes Conan The Destroyer, some talk about Jimmy Bond, Celia saying incorrect things about Invitation, Tucker wasting an explanation of a great Justice League cover on a couple of BUZZKILLS. It's a podcast, buddy!By Tucker Stone
 
If the title didn't clue you in, yeah, this episode is on the new movie by M. Night Shyamalan's Old and Andrei Tarkovsky's Mirror. But what the title doesn't tell you is that this crossover episode features Joe McCulloch and Matt Seneca: one man an expert in M. Night Shyamalan, the other man an expert in Andrei Tarkovsky. What to do about a host wh…
 
This week, Morgan and Tucker are joined by Sloane Leong to talk about her path of half star destruction, how it led the boys to find out about the availability of Edward Yang's Terrorizers, and then, in a surprise twist, she is also revealed to have been initiated into the least figured out of all our post-apocalyptic universes: The Quiet Place uni…
 
This week, Travis Bickle RETURNS to NYC: Celia reports back from watching Zola, Tucker reports from the living room on The Ice Storm, EVERYBODY clocks in regarding the Soderbergh movie that has the three word generic noir title--No Sudden Move? Get Sudden Moon? I can't remember, who cares. In the middle of that Morgan and Tucker meet a new contende…
 
Have we all really never seen or talked about the movie Set It Off, a movie which features Queen Latifah doing two guns, one-in-each-hand as best as anybody outside of Chow Yun-fat ever did it? That turned out to be the case. But wait, there's more: John Q as well, a movie that dares to ask the question of whether James Woods can play someone who h…
 
This time around, the crew (Morgan, Celia & Tucker) are all talking about Saint Maud, an A24 prestige horror movie told at a painterly pace by a woman who just might be Rose Byrne. Did you know there's another Coney Island that doesn't have hot dogs? Find out about that, and more, including depressing hand jobs used in place of dialog for character…
 
It's a very special Abba-pology cast, with Tucker & Morgan diving into two of Celia's fist-pumpers, Muriel's Wedding and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again. To maintain narrative coherence, they also get into Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert, which features Guy Pearce (from last week) and Abba (who feature prominently in the other movies.) But you already k…
 
Tucker and Celia were reeling from their second shots, but the coursing power of vaccination juice worked upon them much as the juice of Street Fighter's Dhalsim used medication to create Blanka. Who knew? But no, it's Mortal Kombat time. All of the live action Mortal Kombat movies get covered, but not television shit. No thank you, television!…
 
It's an old timey round-up-cast, with Tucker, Morgan & Celia running the boards: Godzilla Vs. Kong & Bad Trip get some attention, but so does Roberto Rossellini and his neorealism, a metric ton of James Spader movies that Celia used as mood altering substances in her travels across the country, and a bit of riffing on Spielberg and a million other …
 
Bring It On: and no, we're not just referring to this week's double feature of melancholy streaming critical populist tales featuring 80s Korean family farms and widows cruising the badlands. We're also referring to the cheerleading classic, featuring the triple threat of Union, Dunst & Dushku. Is that all? NO. There's even more: Mafioso! Arguments…
 
This week, we're catching up with Carey Mulligan's adventure outside of period dramas, Promising Young Woman. Then, it's project time: three people, three Jamie Foxx movies, three people who blew it. We blew it, guys! None of these are gonna knock Collateral or Vice out of the top Foxx spot! They include Stealth, which is about a plane and isn't re…
 
We got together with an exacting series of math equations to determine our Top Ten Movies of 2020 while on the air, and then we figured out our bottom five as well. LISTEN to Celia's disgust with Tucker's support for Tenet, MARVEL at Morgan's attempt to rank a music documentary, PONDER all the other Udo Kier movies Tucker could have named before br…
 
Tucker, Celia & Morgan get together to talk about some garbage--WW84 and The Midnight Sky. Then they ask Nina to come by and update them with her thoughts on those stinkers, and she waxes philosophic about Avatar. Avatar? Sure! You can download episodes directly from spotify, itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the s…
 
This week, we're catching up with Tenet, conversations surrounding Tenet, expectations regarding John David Washington, the purposes of prissiness: etc. Then it's theater-o-clock, with Ma Rainey's Black Bottom coming in for examination. Who brings it home? Julia "The Joker" Roberts in My Best Friend's Wedding. What were you doing at 28? Don't answe…
 
Hey buddy: have a good holiday. While you're wrapping your presents, get caught up on the Let Them All Talk, Mangrove, Red White & Blue and The Sound of Metal. It's an all 2020 style thing, as we wind down this year! You can download episodes directly from spotify, itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can giv…
 
This week, we're catching up with the new one from Fincher, Mank, discovering that Celia isn't down with David, the latest from Blumhouse, Freaky and Lovers Rock, one of Steve Mcqueen's Small Axe movies. You can download episodes directly from spotify, itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access …
 
This week, we're checking out Happiest Season via Hulu, Embattled via Russian tycoon money, the perfection of The Hitcher and a little Armando Ianucci, with his riff on David Copperfield! You can download episodes directly from spotify, itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to additional co…
 
This week's episode is a special dive into listener recommendations--an anonymous rec for The Beast of War (or "The Beast"), and Messiah of Evil, courtesy of Josh Simmons. And in keeping with tradition, Tucker takes a look at the latest (last?) Jack Reacher book, The Sentinel. This was a random idea, but we dug it, so keep those recommendations com…
 
This week, we're talking about Brandon Cronenberg's Possessor and Remi Weekes' His House. Then we throw each other on the spot to talk about Pride & Prejudice from 1995, 2020's Bad Hair and the demonic and awe-inspiring Wake of Death, featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme and two weeks worth of Ringo Lam. You can keep up with the show via spotify, itunes…
 
It's time to talk about Jean-Claude Van Damme week: didn't you watch the news? This week, we're talking about his work with Ringo Lam (Maximum Risk and Replicant), Tsui Hark (Double Team) and John Woo (Hard Target). Tucker also did some extra credit and watched We Die Young, which dropped last year. It's a good one! You can download episodes direct…
 
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It's time for an extra long episode of Travis Bickle, because it's our favorite time of year: HELL-O-WEEN. This time around, we're talking about wolf movies--movies that feature wolves, either in their title or onscreen! Unfortunately the library didn't deliver Dances With ____ in time, but from what I can remember the only thing scary about that m…
 
This week, we're talking about movies like Tigertail, tv shows like Brad Pitt's LEGO Masters, the incest tinged #alone, a documentary on Rashomon, Celia recaps Raw Deal...but the real meat of this episode of Bacurau which is a movie we all deeply loved. You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, sub…
 
This week, Morgan, Celia & Tucker are watching 2020's Project Power and 1979's The Fury, two movies that have more in common than any of us anticipated. Then they catch up on Hold The Dark from 2018 and question the height of actors, the most recent James Bond trailer, and Celia's first time watching 1999's The Insider. You can download episodes di…
 
This week, your movie podcast is packed to the brim, with "Creeper" from The Tax Collector (macro-casting), Amy Seimetz getting that Pet Semetary money to make that She Dies Tomorrow, and an extensive debate on the merits of American Pickle. Thoughts on Last Of The Mohicans and violence down to beloved faces, a brief discussion of the internet, the…
 
On this episode, Tucker is joined by Geoff Lapid & Tessa Strain to talk about Ben Affleck's career, his new movie The Way Back, and why it's stupid to replace character actors with easter egg hunts. You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly rew…
 
This week, Tucker is joined by Celia Mattison to talk about the latest attempt by Netflix to make us all forget we like to see real movies in a real movie theater with our real hands, our real fingers: Extraction, starring Chris Hemsworth. That's the one on the table. Also discussed is Celia's journey into horror, with a look at the Texas Chainsaw …
 
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