Weekly Recap: The Marvels, Dream Scenario, The Killer, The Holdovers & More!

We're now fully in November as well as award season when it comes to movies, and that means some prestige pics are coming for audiences. That said, the main releases of the week are all a lot of fun. The Marvels offers the kinds of entertainment I want on average from the MCU, Dream Scenario finds Nic Cage in the zone, The Killer is pure cool David Fincher, and The Holdovers is a great hangout comedy-drama. I have reviews for all and more. Plus, enjoy our latest podcast episodes covering Priscilla as well as The Killer. So, feel free to check out all these reviews, podcasts, lists, trailers, and other fun. Enjoy, stay safe out there, and thanks for reading!

New Movie Reviews:

(All Reviews Are Linked)​​

  • The Marvels - The MCU returns with a light, breezy, colorful, and very fun entry. - In Theaters
  • Dream Scenario - Nicolas Cage is the man of everyone's dreams (literally) in this funny indie. - In Theaters
  • The Killer - A skillfully made, darkly funny thriller about a sardonic assassin. - On Netflix
  • The Holdovers - A wonderful comedy-drama reuniting Sideways collaborators Payne and Giamatti. - In Theaters
  • Aaron's Top 10 Favorite Films of 2023 So Far

Recent Reviews:

New On 4K/Blu-ray/VOD/Streaming: 


  • PriscillaAaron and Abe are joined by Battleship Pretension’s Scott Nye to talk all about Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla.
  • The KillerThe guys spend time talking all about The Killer from director David Fincher, starring Michael Fassbender
  • The Exorcist CommentaryAaron and Abe are joined by Brandon Peters, Yancy Jack, and Scott Mendelson to discuss William Friedkin’s classic horror film, The Exorcist
  • All Episodes

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