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What’s up with Whiplash?

Whiplash can sometimes be created by rear-end car accidents, but in this case, we are talking about a scene that makes your neck hurt. This is one of the critical stages in this film. We think you will love this film, but don’t take our word for it. Just watch it!!!

After you have made it through the film, then check out our podcast on Whiplash. It will not let you down.

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One-take pool scene from “Boogie Night”

The iconic one-take pool scene from Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Boogie Nights” is one of the most amazing shots that take on some all inspiring looks from other great directors before him, but with a unique Anderson style.

Make sure to check out this great film and then listen to our podcast about “Boogie Nights”.

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Dale and Tucker vs. Evil : Podcast Review

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a 2010 comedy horror film directed by Eli Craig, written by Craig and Morgan Jurgenson, and starring Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk, Katrina Bowden, and Jesse Moss. Labine and Tudyk play a pair of well-meaning hillbillies who are mistaken for killers by a group of clueless college students.

Make sure to listen to Kent, Patrick and Laura as they break down this crazy and funny film with a special guest.  Who knew that Calvin Hobbs would be on the show?  Mystery guest are part of the show, but you might recognize a few of them if you listen close.

 

Sing Street on the new podcast!

Check out the latest podcast about this groovy little Irish film called Sing Street. It’s a delightful coming of age story.

With the recession hitting people hard in Dublin during the 80s, Conor is moved from his private school to a tough inner-city alternative. As he tries to adjust to a new way of life, he decides to start his band to impress a girl. Join us for this coming of age adventure while we flashback in time to the 1980s in Ireland.

Mr. Rodgers is coming back.

Who is ready for this version of “A beautiful day in the Neighborhood”? Fred McFeely Rodgers was more than a television personality.  He reached out-touched so many people from his little set that most viewers believed that he was their true friend.  Rogers would finish each show by telling his viewers, “You’ve made this day a special day, by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are.”

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