Once again, the gang is all together to discuss another big holiday release. Will Justice League remain at the top of the box office for a second week? There's a new Disney-Pixar release, so Bruce Wayne better recruit some new members...
But before we get into box office numbers, take a walk down music memory lane as we discuss the B-sides of Iron Maiden records. And don't worry, there is plenty of maraca shaking in store. Tom shows his hand and reveals some of his note taking skills, and...
It's time for another star-studded remake, this time of 'Murder on the Orient Express.'
The film stars Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Marwan Kenzari, Tom Bateman, Olivia Colman, Lucy Boynton, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, and Sergei Polunin.
The episode welcomes guest host Paul Harris.
It's been a whole four months since the last Marvel movie, but we made it. 'Thor: Ragnarok' is finally here, and as we found out last episode: it's making a ton of money. But how does it hold up compared to the rest of the MCU?
Plus, Tom teaches us that it's hard to be a dog, Joe gives us some insight into the Thor comics, Kevin talks about Chris Hemsworth's abs, and Dan has a video recovery.
It's Reel Spoilers 328. You've been warned.
Let's not kid ourselves, there is one new movie to talk about at the box office this week. And that movie is 'Thor: Ragnarok.' But is it worthy enough to break any franchise records?
If you aren't into muscly superheroes, Bad Moms Christmas is also out, so there's that. Plus there are a few other stragglers hanging around for those who enjoy celebrating Halloween in November.
It's Reel Spoilers 327. You've been warned.
Originally written by the Coen Brothers in 1986 (after the release of Blood Simple), 'Suburbicon' has finally made it to the big screen with the help of George Clooney.
The film stars Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Oscar Isaac, and several other familiar faces. So what could go wrong? The answer is: apparently a lot.
Join us as we discuss why entire sub-plots were unnecessary, ask ourselves what George Clooney was trying to do here, and try and find the good hidden among the mess.
Happy Halloween! No need to ask whether you want a trick or a treat - you're getting both! In keeping with our Halloween specialty episode tradition, we give you... 'Halloween III: Season of the Witch!'
It's everything you could possibly ask for in a Halloween film, like... Michael Myers! Witches! Tom Atkins! And one of those things is even true!
We hope you enjoy our Halloween Extravaganza 2017. And don't say we didn't warn you!
If Batman taught us anything, "The night is darkest just before the dawn." But that doesn't seem to apply to this episode, as we try and stretch out this box office report as long as possible. Why you ask? The movie of the week is 'Suburbicon.'
George Clooney directing a script by the Coen Brothers, starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, and Oscar Issac? What could go wrong? You'll have to wait until the next episode, but until then - enjoy the box office reports and random tangents.
Who's ready for a Harry Hole? A Harry Hole movie, that is, based on the popular crime series by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø. Follow Harry, played by Michael Fassbender, as Hollywood decides to kickstart a new film franchise with the seventh book in the series. Great idea!
Meanwhile, before things get started over at Reel Spoilers, we make sure to get in at least 15 - 20 minutes of unrelated tangents: George Clooney characters, Brad Pitt performances, Corey Feldman concerts - you name...
It's our weekly box office report, so you know what that means. It means we might actually talk about box office numbers eventually. But certainly not before a musical history lesson on Paul Revere & the Raiders. You're welcome.
As Tom and Dan talk about classic music, Kevin and Joe try to make connections to Batman 66. Also, you're not done hearing about our dream casting of Idris Elba as James Bond, right?
All this plus a couple of box office rankings. It's Reel Spoilers 321. You've...
The year is 2049, and the future is looking a bit more... future-y... than it is supposed to be in two years (according to the first film). But one thing hasn't changed - Blade Runners are still hunting down replicants. We are joined once again by Blade Runner fan and friend of the show Matt Reedy, who gives us his take on the long-awaited sequel. Did we want to retire the new movie? Find out now! It's Reel Spoilers 320. You've been warned.
A short 35 years after the original film, the highly anticipated 'Blade Runner 2049' is finally here. The sequel to the Sci-Fi classic was number one at the box office this week - but by how much? Joining us is local artist and friend of the show Matt Reedy (https://www.instagram.com/mattreedy219/), who you may know as the creator of the League of Show Sharers chicken logo. He's also a huge Blade Runner fan, so he's ready to talk about the sequel. All this plus Kevin tells his story about...
This week we are joined by not one - not two - but three guests! So that makes three of us that know anything about Tennis (and do they ever)! Plus Joe returns from the mean streets of STL to talk about a sport he's never played. Joining us to talk 'Battle of the Sexes,' the story about Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, are two tennis pros. Dani Apted Schlottman is a partner at Creve Coeur Racquet Club (and former GM of the St. Louis Aces), and Cindy Cohan is an instructor at CCRC. Also...