This week we investigate Netflix’s new movie Enola Holmes. Patrick discusses the creepy Japanese horror film Audition (1999). Jeff talks about watching The Game Plan from 2007 staring Dwayne Johnson. Jeff also talks about a couple of movies he has revisited this week.
For this week we talk about three movies available on Netflix. The first movie we talk about is the dark and brilliantly acted The Devil All The Time. Then we discuss The horror comedy The Babysitter. We then obviously had to watch the sequel that was just released, The Babysitter: Killer Queen which we both enjoyed more. Check it out and let us know what you thought.
This week Patrick and Jeff hop into a phone booth and swing by the Circle K in LA and pick Zak and Dustin from Two Dollar Late Fee podcast, and go back to the 80’s to talk about Bill and Ted Face The Music. We also discuss some great 80’s soundtracks. Give it a listen. When you are done give the guys at Two Dollar Late Fee a listen as well. They have some amazing interviews that can’t be missed!!
This week we have a lot to talk about. Patrick discusses the Disney+ Premium release of the live action Mulan as well as the wild ride that is Guns Akimbo (Amazon Prime) starring Daniel Radcliff. Lastly, Patrick talks about the Chadwick Boseman led Message From The King (Netflix).
Jeff talks about the Danny Trejo documentary, Inmate #1:The Rise of Danny Trejo as well as the Kevin Bacon led thriller You Should Have Left. Jeff also talks about watching The One And Only Ivan with his daughter. Jeff discusses the Amazon Prime movie Get Duked! and how oddly funny it turned out to be. Jeff finishes up by talking about the 70’s thriller The Parallax View starring Warren Beatty.
This week we add an episode we originally were going to release two weeks ago, but do to technical issues we had to reschedule the interview so we are now dropping two this week.
Patrick talks about the tragedy that is The Tax Collector. Then Jeff and Patrick both talk about the Spike Lee produced time traveling movie See You Yesterday. It is not for kids.
Jeff then talks about the fun for kids Disney+ movie, Magic Camp. Jeff also talks about the amazing dark comedy “heist” movie, Lucky Grandma. Jeff then talks to the director, Sasie Sealy, about the indie hit and the awesome acting by the lead, Tsai Chin. Check it out and if you like it suggest it to a friend or family member.
This week we welcome back our returning guest, Trish Sie, to talk about her latest movie, The Sleepover available now on Netflix. This movie is the perfect family movie. It is fun, funny has some great acting by a young cast. If you enjoyed 80’s movies with kids as the lead cast like Adventures in Babysitting, Goonies, Ruskies, and B.R.A.T. Patrol then you will really enjoy this film.
This week we have comedian and podcaster Jackie Kashian. Jackie is the host of The Jackie and Laurie Show and The Dork Forest podcasts. Jackie is also a standup comic and has four albums available for download and streaming.
We talk to Jackie about the movies The Old Guard and Project Power. Patrick also talks about the CW show Black Lightening.
Jeff talks about the British comedy staring Will Forte, Extra Ordinary.
School is back for our kids here in Nashville. Patrick’s daughter will start this week, and Jeff’s two kids are now back in school. That does not stop the podcast.
This week, Jeff talks about having a movie night watching We Bare Bears: The Movie. Jeff also talks about the independent film thriller She Dies Tomorrow and the Jenny Slate search for self discovery film, The Sunlit Night.
Patrick talks about the Beyoncé Disney+ film Black Is King. Patrick also discusses the Amazon Prime thriller7500 starring Joseph Gordon Lovett (#JGL). Patrick also puts his two cents in on Palm Springs.
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This week we have a packed episode. Patrick talks about the Mel Gibson film, Force of Nature. Patrick also talks about the Korean Anime, Red Shoes and the 7 Dwarves and lastly discusses the Netflix series Transformers: War for Cybertron.
Jeff talks about the Pete Davidson movie, The King of Staten Island as well as the haunting and very scary Relic. Lastly, Jeff takes a deep dive while talking about the movie The Great Hack.
In this week’s episode Jeff talks about Andy Sanburg’s latest movie, Palm Springs in which he gets stuck in a time loop. Jeff also talks about the Burt Reynolds film The Last Movie Star where Reynolds plays an aging actor that comes to Nashville to accept a Lifetime Achievement award at a film festival.
Patrick talks about the Lifetime-esque Netflix film Fatal Affair starring Omar Epps and Nia Long. Patrick also talks about Netflix anime series Cannon Busters.