RIP Collector’s Edition Podcast. Sean says goodbye to the movie podcast. BUT, he has two other shows. The Backstage Pass and The AxPx Podcast. Subscribe to those instead. There are a ton of other movie podcasts out there…too many, in fact.
Donnie Darko is alive and all growed up in End Of Watch but he doesn’t know how to put down the video camera in a tense situation, Dolph Lundgren and Jean-Claude Van Damme get 10 minutes of screen time in another Universal Soldier flick, giant ticks terrorize horny teenagers…
The Total Recall you love, just minus Mars and muscles! Also, Joseph Gordon-Levitt can ride a bike…fast…escaping bad guys, too while no one cares about Clint Eastwood’s trouble with curves. Music by Wavelets and Cattle Drums.
Cocaine, ninjas, rock and roll and best of friends! It’s Miami Connection! Also, a stuffed teddy bear has a midlife crisis, and Avengers Origins: Hawkeye arrives on Blu-ray. Music by Dragon Sound.
The Dark Knight Rises, VHS is still relevant and Santa Kills. Music by No Motiv.
John Hillcoat takes on the Wettest County In The World, the Sixth Sense Kid gets animated, Will Smith time travels and the late Whitney Houston Sparkles. Music By The Wild and Run, Forever.
Old, veiny men blow stuff up in The Expendables 2, Tarantino celebrates 20 years of films and Star Wars gets “Despecialized.” Music by Billy Wallace and the Virginia Blues & Placeholder.
Brave is beautiful but underwhelms, Oliver Stone goes full Tarantino and Ben Stiller fights aliens, plus music by Again For The Win and Homelife.
The Amazing Spider-man arrives a few days past Tuesday, Nazi Zombie/Ghosts offer up scares without Ray Stevenson and Steven Seagal teams up/fights with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin? Music by Red Collar and Our Lost Infantry.
This week is a semi “make-up” week as we discuss Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Magic Mike, but we also dive into this week’s new releases such as Will Ferrell’s newest, The Campaign.