This week’s edition of the show we debate about the interesting theory of remaking the Star Wars prequel trilogy, a live action Lion King movie, Civil War nomination for Best Picture, a solo Harley Quinn movie, Twitter & Facebook Q&A, this week’s edition of Missle Anus, and the return of the DC or Marvel Villain game!
By Shaun Smith (@the_brackshow)
“The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men,” and so on and so on. One of the most quotable movie speeches of all time from a little film called, “Pulp Fiction” (By the way, the verse is made up and is not in the Bible. We can now all move on with our lives).
In this week’s episode, Jason tells us a real life Curb Your Enthusiasm story that happened to him as well as his new iPhone 7, the 50 Shades Darker Countdown, a spoiler-lite review of the new “Blair Witch” movie, a thoughtful discussion of the 80s classic horror movie “Re-Animator”, rumors of a Mad Max: Fury Road prequel, a new composer for Rogue One, this week’s Evan Star Trek Minute, Bryan Cranston’s dream comic book role, an appearance from friend of the show “George Lucas”, Twitter & Facebook Q&A, and this week’s edition of Missle Anus.
On this week’s episode, Jason talks about his recent discovery, Evan’s Star Trek Minute, a new trailer for the 5o Shades Darker movie, Mister Sinister in Wolverine 3, Shia LaBeouf almost being in Suicide Squad, the casting of Deathstroke, James Cameron’s description of the Avatar sequels, Twitter Q&A, and Missle Anus.
by Shaun Smith (@the_brackshow)
Most people who have never seen the film “Dr. Strangelove” usually have a similar response when hearing the title for the first time. It’s usually a mixture of confusion and false assumptions of what the film is actually about. No, it is not some medical drama about a world renown surgeon named Strangelove. It is also not a Marvel movie or a Batman villain.
The film “Dr. Strangelove”, or its full title: “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb”, is undoubtedly one of my favorite films of all time. Released in 1964 and directed by the great Stanley Kubrick, “Strangelove” is one of those modern marvel that is still completely relevant some 52 years later. Continue reading Why I Love: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb
This week on the show, Shaun gives his quick review of two new films, “Don’t Breathe” and “Hell or High Water”, Evan’s Star Trek Minute and something he has noticed about the original series, the leaked image of the Shocker from Spider-Man: Homecoming, a returning Marvel character, a new name for Ghostbusters, a new offer for Daniel Craig, Jackie Chan wins an Oscar, Twitter Q&A, and this week’s Missle Anus.
In this very special episode of the show, Shaun is joined by fellow film geek, Erik Wacker, as they rundown all the big movies being released during this year’s Fall movie season. Which films have the most Oscar buzz? Is there anything non-Marvel or Star Wars that is worth checking out? Which films are we most anticipating and which films left us scratching our heads?
This week on the show we honor the recent passing of Gene Wilder as well as Evan conquering his fear of clowns, this week in Evan’s Star Trek Minute, the announcement of a second season of Stranger Things, Ben Affleck teasing Deathstroke, Forbes’ list of highest paid actors, Jumanji 2, refunds for No Man’s Sky (includes SPOILERS!!!), Twitter Q&A, and this week’s Missle Anus.