Showing posts from August, 2019

Weekly Recap: Angel Has Fallen, Ready Or Not & More!

Another sleepy week for August, but there are still some worthwhile films out there. Not among them is Angel Has Fallen, which simply exists to do nothing impressive except pass time. Fortunately, Ready or Not is the opposite, providing plenty of entertainment as a darkly comedic thriller. A few other releases are still around as well. At home, the superhero horror flick Brightburn is now available. And lastly, be sure to enjoy a couple of new podcasts we put together for all to hear and have fun with. Enjoy and thanks for reading! In Theaters Now: Angel Has Fallen- Less racist than the previous entry, but now just blandReady or Not- A fine bit of late-summer funBrittany Runs a Marathon - No review, but a nice feature that gets plenty right.Tigers Are Not Afraid - No review, but a terrific dark fairy taleHere's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s)

Out Now Bonus: Blinded By The Light

This week's bonus Out Now with Aaron and Abe was born to run into some fun discussion. Aaron is joined by Tyler Smith from Battleship Pretension to review Blinded by the Light. This film, inspired by the music of Bruce Springsteen, allows for some interesting conversation. Additionally, the two get into the passing of Peter Fonda, and more. Among the topics covered, we get into thoughts on Peter Fonda (12:15), dive into the main review (22:31), and get into Out Now Feedback (1:04:20). We then wrap things up (1:24:12), followed by a closing song of the week. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...
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Out Now Commentary: The Iron Giant (1999)

This month’s Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track came from outer space! Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters and Yancy Berns to discuss The Iron Giantfrom director Brad Bird (specifically “The Signature Edition” available on Blu-ray). Listen in to hear the group discuss what it is that makes this film special, consider reasons why it was able to grow in popularity, despite an initial theatrical stumble, and more analysis of what makes the film so successful. There’s plenty more discussion in regards to hand-drawn animation, the filmmaking on display, and lots of fun tangents as well.So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…
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Weekly Recap: Blinded by the Light & More!

Here's another low-key week, but that doesn't mean there are not films to enjoy. While the shark movie is out there, along with some troublemaking kids, why not check out a truly sweet story with Blinded by the Light, a terrific look at how Bruce Springsteen inspired one man's life. There's also Where'd You Go Bernadette, the latest from Richard Linklater. The biggest movie of the year, Avengers: Endgame, is also now available at home, which is a fun summer epic. Plus, we have a new podcast covering Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark for all to listen to and have fun with. Enjoy and thanks for reading! In Theaters Now: Blinded By The Light - A real winnerWhere'd You Go Bernadette - Okay. Could have been betterHere's The Archive Of Every Review Throughout The Year(s)New On 4K/Blu-ray/DVD/Streaming This Week:

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