This week we have a fun filled episode. We start off finally covering The New Mutants. Patrick talks about the Amazon Prime film series Small Axe: Mangrove, as well as talking about the Gerard Butler action movie Greenland and then talks about a guilty pleasure of his (and Jeff’s) Simply Irresistible.
Jeff talk the film about a cult, Sound of My Voice. Jeff then talks about the Netflix Christmas movie Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Story.
This week we have a packed episode. We delve into the horror/thriller Antebellum. Jeff talks about the independent Sci-Fi drama Skyman, as well as the HBO Documentary 537 Votes. Jeff watches an old 80’s horror film, Children of the Corn and an early Christmas movie, A Bad Mom’s Christmas.
Patrick watches the Russell Crowe road rage movie Unhinged and the creepy Amazon Prime horror The Spell. Finally Patrick gets to explain why on earth he chose to watch the Tom Cruise flop, The Mummy.
This week we have a great group of movies what we get to talk about for our 69th episode. Patrick talks about the Netflix drama, Citation. He then takes us back to the 80’s for the first horror spoof, Student Bodies. Patrick also revisits the 90’s classic As Good As It Gets. Jeff talks about horror comedy that is a bit over the top at times, the Wolf of Snow Hollow. Jeff also watches Bong Joon Ho 2006 monster movie, The Host. Jeff then talks about a couple of fun live action Disney+ movies from the past, The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969) and The Cat From Outer Space (1978).
Happy November! This week the guys start off the month with a couple of documentaries as well as a couple of scary movies. We talk about the Hulu documentary Totally Under Control by acclaimed documentarian, Alex Gibney. Jeff also talks about the very nostalgic documentary Wolfman’s Got Nards. Patrick talks about the Netflix horror movie His House. Patrick also talks about the 2010 horror remake Le Me In as well as the 2008 Swedish original Let The Right One In.
This week we talk about our final Halloween Watch Party, CATS. Jeff talks about The Trial of the Chicago 7, as well as the remake of the 1940 Hitchcock classic Rebecca. Jeff also covers the Borat movie as well.
Patrick covers the Netflix thriller/horror that is Rattlesnake as well as the Hulu horror/comedy Bad Hair.
Happy Halloween!! Be safe and be sure to go and vote as well!!
This week we talk about our watch party viewing of Hubie Halloween. Jeff talks about his family movie night viewing of Race to Witch Mountain. Jeff also talks about watching Netflix’s latest crime documentary, American Murder: The Family Next Door as well as the Hulu UFO documentary, Unacknowledged. Patrick talks about two new Blumhouse produced movies now available on Prime, Black Box and Evil Eye.
This week we talk about our watch party viewing of VelociPastor. Jeff also talks about his family movie night viewing of Work It. Jeff also talked about the amazing and relevant Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, as well as the comedy/horror movie Slaughterhouse Rulez. Patrick talks about the Netflix horror movies The Platform and Circle.
This week we talk about our watch party viewing of Vampires vs the Bronx. Patrick talks about his viewing of Welcome to Sudden Death on Netflix as well as revisiting the Van Damme original Sudden Death. Jeff talks about the family movie night viewing of The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl. Jeff also discusses the crazy documentary on HBOMAX, Class Action Park.
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.