Colin and Dave continue their Zack Snyder movie journey and discuss his first feature film. Colin attempts to help Dave with his pronunciations (and fails) and also expresses admiration for mutant executioners and Xerxes’s orgy game.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss watching random video tapes and Japanese horror films as we dive into the 2002 cult classic movie The Ring – directed by Gore Verbinski, starring Naomi Watts and our favorite horror child actor David Dorfman.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin dive deep into Crimson Tide. Amazing performances by Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman, and plenty of blue lights, rain, and sweat you know it’s a Tony Scott movie. Set conditions 1SQ and take us to launch depth!
Dave, Marcus, and Colin marvel at the amazing cast–and try to unpack the smart, complex plot–of director Curtis Hanson’s and co-screenwriter Brian Helgeland’s 1997 modern film noir classic, L.A. Confidential. Off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush!
Independence Day (1996) Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss the @rolandemmerich directed, B movie classic and watch stuff get blow’d up real good. All three marvel at the realistic approach to science, but Colin hates Russell’s kids.
Dave and Colin continue their quest to discuss every Zack Snyder film, (apparently) while offering thoughts on proper tram operation, nuclear propane bombs and the fun of post-apocalyptic shopping sprees.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin take a tour of a spacious Detroit home in a neighborhood with plenty of growth potential. This week we watch the Fede Alvarez home invasion thriller Don’t Breathe (2016) starring Jane Levy and Stephen Lang. Don’t go in the basement.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin discuss the chilling post-apocalyptic film 28 Days Later, written by Alex Garland and directed by Danny Boyle. A gripping story and artistically shot movie, thankfully our real global pandemic is nothing like this terrifying scenario: fast infected zombies!
Dave, Marcus, and Colin continue to look for a scary movie, this week we watch the 2007 Spanish horror movie REC. Whatever you do, don’t watch the English dubbed version, don’t make the same mistake Marcus made.
Dave, Colin, and Marcus discuss the Ridley Scott directed spectacle – incredibly entertaining yet historically inaccurate. If you listen, we hope YOU ARE ENTERTAINED!!!! But, we’d settle for mild amusement
Dave, Marcus, and Colin go spelunking in the claustrophobic nightmare The Descent (2005). Our advice, if your friend finds a random cave to explore, maybe you should proceed with a bit of caution, or find new friends.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin review the 2003 remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Jessica Biel and R. Lee Ermey are great in this well-crafted horror movie, but Colin has some gripes when compared to the original. Also, is a chainsaw really a practical weapon?
Dave, Marcus, and Colin travel to Mega City One to hit the Slo-Mo and heap praise on the Karl Urban-led, ultraviolent, and very fun re-imagining of the comic “Judge Dredd.” And when he says he is the law… he really means it.
Dave, Marcus, and Colin disagree if Oliver Stone’s Natural Born Killers is a masterpiece or a piece of sh**! Listen to our lively discussion trying to figure out just what is going on in the movie. The one thing we all love is Robert Downey Jr’s performance as Wayne Gale!
We’re back with another Friday Night Frights episode, and Sam Raimi returns to his roots with his fun gore-filled horror style, Drag Me to Hell (2009) does not disappoint. Christine, just give the old lady a loan extension!
Dave, Marcus and Colin marvel at how a 63 year old Eastwood is able to scale the rooftops, flirt with a much younger Rene Russo, and discuss how assassins take inspiration from mood boards….poor Dylan McDermott never had a chance…
Party… er, podcast at the Moon Tower! Marcus is off buying Aerosmith tickets, so Dave and Colin are joined by their friend Marc to take a fun and nostalgic look at Richard Linklater’s coming of age comedy set in 1976 Austin, Tx. Alright, alright, alright!