Weekly Recap: Godzilla vs Kong, Concrete Cowboy & More!

In terms of major movie events, if you read these posts, you're very aware of my fandom for Godzilla and know the release for Godzilla vs. Kong is a big deal for me. Welp, Not only did my lovely girlfriend and I see it at a drive-in premiere, but I have a full review here this week, along with a long post ranking the original Godzilla films. Additionally, Idris Elba's urban cowboy film, Concrete Cowboy, hit Netflix this week. I have a review for that, as well as the latest episodes of Invincible and The Walking Dead because Robert Kirkman has plenty of his comic book properties going around. 

Don't miss the podcasts from recent weeks either. This week we discussed The Father and the Oscar nominations. Plus, we put together a bonus episode looking back at the 10 years we've been doing this podcast. Finally, there are my various essays, lists, and new trailers to dig into as well. Enjoy, stay safe out there, and thanks for reading!

New Movie Reviews:

(All Reviews Are Linked)

Recent Reviews:

My Top Ten Films of 2020 (All Streaming):

  1. Small Axe - Prime
  2. Da 5 Bloods - Netflix
  3. Mank - Netflix
  4. David Byrne's American Utopia - HBO Max
  5. The Personal History of David Copperfield - On VOD
  6. First Cow - On VOD, Showtime
  7. The Vast of Night - Prime
  8. Soul - Disney+
  9. JallikattuPrime
  10. Bacurau - Criterion Channel, Kanopy


  • The Father & Oscar Nomination Thoughts Aaron and Abe are joined by Awards Daily’s Mark Johnson to talk about The Father, starring Anthony Hopkins, as well as go over the 93rd Academy Award Nominations. 
  • 10 Years And Still Going...Back in March 2011, Aaron and Abe decided to start recording a weekly podcast. It’s now 10 years later, and they’re still at it. 
  • All Episodes

Trailers & Other Articles Of Note:

Godzilla Posts:



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