Tagged: The Hunt

Episode 178 – Anomalisa, London Has Fallen, Warcraft; review: San Andreas


Early-week movie releases means early-week podcast releases! (Don’t bother to check our episode history, we’ve always done it this way)

Dustin is still gone, so college buddy and all-around swell dude John Meyers joins Cody and Andy. We review trailers for: Charlie Kaufman’s new stop-motion animation film Anomalisa, the follow-up to Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen, and the 2016 summer blockbuster (?) Warcraft. We also review the earthquake-disaster movie San Andreas.

What We’re Watching:
Cody: Fargo Season 2 (FX)
Andy: The Hunt / Master of None (Netflix)
John: w/ Bob and David (Netflix)

Episode 177 – Dirty Grandpa, Chi-Raq, American Hero; Review: Spectre

In this episode Cody and Andy review the trailers for the Zac Efron/Robert De Niro comedy Dirty Grandpa, Spike Lee’s new take on violence in Chicago, Chi-Raq, and the “Stephen Dorff has super powers” action/comedy, American Hero. We also review the latest bond film, Spectre. All that and what we’re watching.

What we’re watching:

Cody: Documentary Now
Andy: Casino Royale, The Hunt


Episode 83 – Draft Day, Welcome to Yesterday, Blended, review: Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, discussion: Oscar nomination predictions

BK joins us as we start off making our early Oscar predictions in advance of nominations being announced next week. We also talk about trailers for Kevin Costner in Draft Day, time travel film Welcome to Yesterday, and Adam Sandler’s latest called Blended. Plus we review Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and talk about What We’re Watching.

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What We’re Watching…

– BK: Boardwalk Empire  (HBO / HBOGO)
– Cody: The Hunt     / Ain’t Them Bodies Saints  
– Dustin: Blackfish    
– Andy: Doctor Who    

Full trailers…

Draft Day (Summit Entertainment) — in theaters April 11, 2014

Welcome to Yesterday (Paramount Pictures) — coming soon

Blended (Warner Bros. Pictures) — in theaters May 23, 2014