Today we’re talking about the first 11 issues of Grant Morrison’s 1980s run on Doom Patrol. Not to mention, we are also reviewing the movie, Serenity.
Today we are talking about the finale to the M. Night Shyamalan Superhero trilogy, Glass. Glass is the culmination of 2000’s Unbreakable & 2017’s Split.
Today, we are enlisting the help from one of our former hosts, Kody “The Poet” Ball. We chat about the cinematic experience Best F(r)iends: Vols. One & Two.
Finally… it’s been teased for weeks, but the guys finally sit down and chat about Jordon Peele’s instant horror classic, Get Out. Does the film hold up to the reviews? Is it truly a new classic? What are your thoughts on Get Out? Call in and let us know: 267-223-4965
I’m not going to spoil Split in any way here, which unfortunately means there’s not much I can say. I can tell you the movie is effectively thrilling, entertaining, full of good (if not great) performances, gorgeously shot and framed, and a tad tasteless.
The acting is pretty great all around in I Origins, especially the lead performance. The film-making is cheap and small, but effective for the story that’s being told.