IT Chapter Two

The Losers Club is back in Derry and trying to remember what they already know. The final chapter is here and the battle for Derry is on. (Spoilers)


We’re going back to cover Blindspotting because it’s one that we should have talked about a lot sooner. If you haven’t already, watch it and tell us your thoughts like we’re about to tell you ours. (Spoilers)

Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw

Hobbs and Shaw in a spin off of the Fast and Furious franchise that takes two of the action star funny men and gives them their own seat at the table. The question is, is it any good? (Spoilers)

Toy Story 4

The gang is all back and ready to find themselves in another sticky situation. Toy Story 4 has the makings of the usual Toy Story plot, but with a little bit of a different message this time. (Spoilers)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino does it again with a new film written and directed by him. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a little different than his other films but, does it still have his usual panache? (Spoilers)

Always Be My Maybe

We are doing something that we haven’t done before, reviewing a Netflix movie. They have made a lot of movies, but romantic comedies seem to work out well for them. See what we thought about this one. (Spoilers)

Dark Phoenix

Dark Phoenix is the fourth and possibly final movie of the newest  X-Men series. The X-Men stories always come around to Dark Phoenix. The question is, is this iteration the best? (Spoilers)

Spider-Man: Far from Home

The first stand-alone movie for one of the Avengers after End Game is finally here. Spider-Man Far from Home has been highly anticipated. Does it live up to expectations? (Spoilers)

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Godzilla is back at it again. Destroying cities is his norm, but is this movie just like all the rest? I guess you’ll have to listen to see what we thought. (Spoilers)

The Hustle

The Hustle, staring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson, hit the box office as a con artist\comedy movie. Did we laugh out loud or were we conned in to seeing it? (Spoilers)


Rocketman is a musical. A musical about Elton John’s life. A musical with Elton John’s music. Now the question is, did the acting do the music justice? (Spoilers)

Long Shot

The unlikely pairing of Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron in a romantic comedy came in the form of Long Shot. It hasn’t done great at the box office, but see what we thought. (Spoilers)

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick is back at it again. Everyone is trying to kill him and he’s not having any of that. Join us while we discuss John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum and see how it stacks up to the others. (Spoilers)

Crazy Rich Asians

A huge success for the Asian acting community and Asian culture as a whole, Crazy Rich Asians is the first American produced film with an all Asian cast. (Spoilers)

Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame smashed the box office like that time when Thanos threw a moon on Titian. Apparently everyone was excited for the release, but find out what we thought about the actual movie (Spoilers)


Shazam! The new super hero movie from DC is out and impressing critics. This one is a little different from their previous movies since it is based around children as the main characters. Is this important for its success or does it matter at all? (Spoilers)

Captive State

Captive State is a Sci-Fi mixed with some suspense style movie. It has a major cast but didn’t seem to be well received. Find out what we thought. (Spoilers)

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Academy Award winning animated feature, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, was long overdue for us to cover so we decided it was time. It’s a Marvel animated film that won an Oscar, but was it actually good? (Spoilers)

The Upside

The Upside is a comedy\drama staring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Heart. Is the movie too deep without enough comedy or is it a smooth blend? Listen and find out what we thought.(Spoilers)

Captain Marvel

Marvel comes out with its first stand-alone, woman lead super hero movie. It has been a long time coming, but is the production worth the wait? (Spoilers)

Alita: Battle Angel

Alita has been brought to screen by A+ talent. Sometimes that doesn’t pan out too well and other times it’s a home run. Pop on your headphones and find out what we thought. (Spoilers)

Our 2019 Oscar Picks Recap

Join us as we go over the results of our 2019 Oscar predictions and see what we were right about and way off about.

Our 2019 Oscar Predictions\ 91st Academy Awards

Join us as we go over our 2019 Oscar predictions for the best movies of 2018. This will be the 91st Academy Awards and as usual has some stiff competition. Listen to us butcher names as we make predictions on who we think will win and who we hope will win.


We cover our last Oscar nominated best picture movie, Vice. Written and directed by Adam McKay, this take on Vice President Dick Cheney’s life has made it a top contender. (Spoilers)


Knocking out another Oscar nominated best picture review. This one covers Roma, an Alfonso Cuaron written and directed picture. It’s won a ton of awards already. Will it continue its streak at the Oscars? (Spoilers)


Time for another best picture Oscar nom review! This time we cover BlacKkKlansman, based on a true story and directed by Spike Lee. Is it Spike Lee’s turn to win an Oscar this year? (Spoilers)

The Favourite

We review another Oscar nominated best picture choice, The Favourite. With a 90 Metascore it is obviously popular, but is it our Favourite? (Spoilers)

A Star Is Born

Another best picture Oscar nominee coming at you. A Star Is Born has been a fan favorite of 2018. We will see what the Academy thinks soon, but what do we think? (Spoilers)

Green Book

We cover Oscar nominated film Green Book. This movie takes us on a journey with a black musician and his white driver through the deep south during a time of rampant racism. Are we surprised it’s up for an Oscar? (Spoilers)


DC delivers another super hero movie. This time, the standalone franchise for Aquaman. This one seems a little different from the other movies they have created, but are they trying to be too much like Marvel? (Spoilers)