Contrary to popular belief, Nick Cage’s latest is not the heart wrenching story behind Barry Manilow’s “Mandy.” But it does have a sad lumberjack, folk music cultists, a heavy metal artist, and demon meth bikers. Add all that together, and you get a Completely Seriously movie.
Terrifier is a tale as old as time: dirty clown boy meets drunk Halloween revelers. Drunk Halloween reveler grinds on him. Dirty clown boy kills a bunch of people. In the loosest of terms, this movie will go down as a classic.
Welcome to our first annual Halloween spook fest! For our first fright film, all-star guest Courtney Paige joins our coven to discuss the VVitch and answer the questions is it really a VVitch or just two annoying, fat babies? Is it a prideful dirt eater? Is it a goat?
Nero (Noir’s latest EP):
Plots get spoiled by “mind napping,” motherly authority gets questioned, and the humble Astrid flexes when she needs to. This week, faces get hit and segues get botched as the Treviño clan gets Completely Seriously about “Crazy Rich Asians.”
This week we watched “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” ruminated on mythically old sisters and waxed poetic about Titanic themed dances. We were joined by singer and chief lyricist for Noir, Courtney Paige joins us to help us comprehend this iconic Netflix original.
Listen to Noir’s (@noirmusicgroup) single “Hard” here: https://m.soundcloud.com/user-793775875/hard
And follow Courtney on Twitter and instagram @blckmagicmama.
This week we saw Upgrade. A poor man’s Tom Hardy stars in this rollicking, face-smashing romp through a near future full of biomechanical asses and sad teen tech giants. Our upgraded hero smashes through them all, and really gets to know what it means to be human.
This week we, surprise, interrupt and scream at each other about Netflix’s latest original movie “Extinction.” You’ll laugh with us, cry with us and scream at whomever made us watch this movie with us. Come for Michael Peña, stay because Joseph won’t let us leave.
Listen up, Peaches, we watched the confusingly titled Call Me By Your Name. On this episode we break down what works and what doesn’t work with this movie and whether or not Armie Hammer is the most handsome kaiju.
If Shakespeare wrote a volleyball movie without volleyball or elements of good romantic comedies, you’d get Set It Up. We’re talking rich New York d*cks, poor New York d*cks, and we break down the inescapable economic pressures that created them.
Four adults - severely into their adulthoods - watch a movie intended for teens. There’s laughs. There’s tears. There’s problematic implications for gender politics. We came for the Kissing Booth and stayed for the Tuppen.
On this episode, we ask ourselves questions like did Nicholas Sparks write this movie? Can two boring, white people find love in a tropical paradise? How about on a treacherous sea? We wrap it up by playing everyone’s favorite game “Which Skarsgård brother is best?” And yes, there is a correct answer.
On this week’s episode, we learn why you don’t invite grief on your friend adventure in the wilds of Sweden. We also learn to never go into random woods, random abandoned cabins or go out of sight of the local IKEA. We watched the Netflix original The Ritual and found what it really means to be friends and victims of a bastard son of Loki, the trickster god.