After the Hype #137 – HYPETIZER: Civil War

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GET HYPE! This week it’s just Bryan, Ryan, and Jon and perhaps the biggest event in Marvel History! They’re shaking up the podcast formula a bit to talk the original “Civil War” event, and then hype both the upcoming movie and the sequel comic series! And they ask perhaps the most important question in all of podcast history: whose side are you on?

 

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Girls on Pop – Episode 3: The Last Hoorah

The hottest new show on TV

The hottest new show on TV

Just when you started to think you’d gotten over the hump of people talking about The Wonder Woman movie, we come in and pull you back into the fold!

On the latest episode of Girls on Pop, Sarah (@iBrockely) and I (@themarina) hash out some thoughts on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, delve into some TV talk and Sarah rants for a moment on the events that have led her to give up on TV’s “Sleepy Hollow” among a few other things including much gushing on my part for Starz’s new offering “The Girlfriend Experience.”

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After the Hype #136 – Whiplash

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NOT MY TEMPO! Just kidding. We’re joined by drummer extraordinaire Rich Roy to talk about the Damien Chazelle film WHIPLASH. Do we have what it takes to impress J.K. Simmons and make it to the jazz competition of podcast episodes? *ducks as a chair flies by* WE JUST MIGHT!

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Cinecast Episode 437 – It’ll Play Well in Europe

From nothing to see to too much to see. Such is the first world life in the third row. Luckily there is VOD and Kurt and Andrew can at least confer on the latest hype amongst the internet’s genre-film fanboys, The Invitation. From there, Andrew is suckered into the critical acclaim of the latest Jon Favreau joint, The Jungle Book and it really wouldn’t be a classic Cinecast without some tongue-bathing of Kevin Costner – yeah, he’s in a movie this weekend; you probably haven’t heard. Matt Gamble has all but vanished but we still managed to get into some movie experiences both theatrically and on the home screen worth mentioning. More Richard Gere is in store, Kurt heads back to the Y2K scare with Ralph Fiennes in sexy wardrobe and Angela Bassett in tight braids. Plus rep cinema VVitchy goodness in Toronto with 1983 occult gem Eyes of Fire.

As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!

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After the Credits Episode 187: Littlest Hobo Media Spew – March

There is much to love about The Night Manager. Thank you Susanne Bier!

There is much to love about The Night Manager. Thank you Susanne Bier!

Movies have definitely taken a back seat the last few months. Part of it is the doldrums of early year releases which are often mediocre at best. Throw in a load of really great (and in some cases not so great but they tickle us anyways) TV shows, and you get a very TV heavy media spew.

Listen in as Dale (Letterboxd), Colleen and I (Letterboxd) catch up on what we’ve been watching lately!

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After the Hype #135 – Netflix Roulette

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Hi folks! We have an important episode for you this week. We let Netflix pick our movies in this battle episode and now we need YOU to pick the winner. Listen to the episode, study our arguments, and pick which one you want to win. GO TO OUR FACEBOOK PAGE and let your vote be heard!

 

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Cinecast Episode 436 – Greasy

For the foreseeable future it might seem like Andrew is a little drunk right at the beginning of the show; usually that happens at the end. But the truth is he has just woken up at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. So the graveyard shift is affecting speech patterns and logic, but it hasn’t kept us from the theater. In various capacity between the two of us, we were able to catch Jean-Marc Vallée’s Demolition, Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some and Jeff Nichols’ Midnight Special. So yeah, this one is kind of a love fest all around. In the Watch List we have some great 80s trash, a Richard Gere marathon, some great kid-friendly fare, Kim Jong-un and Robert DeNiro tries not to shit the bed. All this and much much more in the Kurt and Andrew Sunday conversation.

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Mamo 443: Heroes & Rogues

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The rapturous arrival of the ROGUE ONE trailer gives us an opportunity to circle back on BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, and tie together all our thoughts on what audiences actually want from these stories, and why we respond to aspirational heroes. Listen in!