Home Alone – Movie Review

How the Grinch Stole Christmas in live action with Jim Carrey as the Grinch. No one could do the physical acting better. Find out what else we think. (Spoilers)

Bad Time Cinema – Batman & Robin

How the Grinch Stole Christmas in live action with Jim Carrey as the Grinch. No one could do the physical acting better. Find out what else we think. (Spoilers)

Ava – Movie Review

Season 2 of the Mandalorian is getting better by the episode! On to episode 6, as the quest with the child comes to a peak. (Spoilers)

Cut Throat City – Movie Review

Directed by RZA, Cut Throat City had been delayed a few times and was then released when theaters first opened during the pandemic. It didn’t stay there long, but we take a watch to see if that was due to the movie or the environment. (Spoilers)

Ghost Ship – Movie Review

Spooky season has come to its final day. The pinnacle is here in the form of Halloween, and what better way to mark it than with a review of Ghost Ship. (Spoilers)

Poltergeist (2015) – Movie Review

The newest version of Poltergeist tries to keep with the original but expands its horizons to include modern settings and technology. Sam Rockwell stars in it so it’s got to be good, right? (Spoilers)

What We Do in the Shadows – Movie Review

Our coverage during spooky season continues with What We Do in the Shadows. This one comes in the form of a vampire comedy from the minds of Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. It’s not really a spooky movie, but vampires are involved, so we’re gonna call it good. (Spoilers)

The Conjuring – Movie Review

We’re actually covering a real deal horror film this episode! The Conjuring is guaranteed to be in the ranks of classic horror films for future generations to come. (Spoilers)

The Frighteners – Movie Review

Spooky season continues as we cover another frightening movie, The Frighteners. Michael J. Fox stars in one of his final major on-screen roles. Let’s get spooky! (Spoilers)

Trick ‘r Treat – Movie Review

Trick ‘r Treat puts the lore back in Halloween. This fun, yet scary, movie is a nice addition to add to your October spooky movie collection. (Spoilers)

Beetlejuice – Movie Review

It’s showtime! This week we’re visiting the recently deceased in Tim Burton’s 1984 classic, Beetlejuice. We’re on a streak of covering classics during spooky season. Don’t miss it! (Spoilers)

Ghostbusters (1984) – Movie Review

There is something strange in your neighborhood. It’s probably just you, but maybe it’s you listening to this podcast! We’re covering the original Ghostbusters circa 1984. Enjoy! (Spoilers)

The Devil All the Time – Movie Review

This Netflix original is filled with an all star cast. The Devil All the Time is a movie based on a novel with the same name. This seems to be a recurring theme with Netflix. How did they do with this adaptation? (Spoilers)

Bill and Ted Face the Music – Movie Review

The third installment of Bill and Ted is available for streaming now. Bill and Ted Face the Music is the much anticipated return of the duo to the big screen. After all of these years, will it be what everyone is hoping for? (Spoilers)

Tenet – Movie Review

Tenet, the newest movie from the mind of Christopher Nolan, is poised to be the attractive blockbuster for now-opening theaters. A mind bending action ride, no doubt, but is it one of his best? (Spoilers)

The Outpost – Movie Review

The Outpost is a powerful movie based on the book written by Jake Tapper. This untold true story was released straight to streaming platforms for everyone to enjoy from home. (Spoilers)

The New Mutants – Movie Review

The New Mutants is about a group of mutants in a facility that are trying to learn to control their new powers. X-Men or naw? (Spoilers)

Project Power – Movie Review

Netflix originals have become a mainstay during these current conditions. Project Power is their newest action movie, and it stars Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. It’s a superpower packed Sci-Fi thrill ride. (Spoilers)

An American Pickle – Movie Review

Seth Rogen stars in An American Pickle, co-starring himself. This movie was made for theaters but released on a streaming platform,  HBO Max, just like many movies during this time. Is it better that way? (Spoilers)

The Invisible Man – Movie review

An interesting take on the tried-and-true invisible man story. The director is a fan of the original 1933 movie, and wanted to do it justice in the modern era. Did he succeed? (Spoilers)

Guns Akimbo – Movie Review

Guns Akimbo isn’t an intellectual movie, but that’s not surprising based on the title. What it is, though, is a thrill ride of shooting, explosions, and blood and guts. (Spoilers)

The Old Guard – Movie Review

The Old Guard is another Netflix original that has had a very successful launch, according to Netflix. They aren’t very forthcoming about how they consider movies as being a success, but it has gotten plenty of buzz. (Spoilers)

Greyhound – Movie Review

The movie Greyhound stars Tom Hanks as the captain of a destroyer leading a convoy of ships across a perilous no man’s land during WWII. It was originally made for the big screen but has been released on Apple TV Plus instead. (Spoilers)


Hamilton is an American history play done in Hip-Hop and brought to screen to be enjoyed by the masses. It has been made available to stream on DisneyPlus. (Spoilers)


Tom Hardy stars as Al Capone in the final year of his life. This might not be the kind of movie you may expect. We have some conflicting views on this one. (Spoilers)

Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep is the sequel to the hit classic movie and novel, The Shining. It’s been a long time since the movie, directed by Stanley Kubrick, was released. Let’s see how this one stacks up. (Spoilers)

Bad Time Cinema – The Predator

We have a new series called “Bad Time Cinema”, where we discuss movies that we really didn’t enjoy. We did this on accident when discussing The Last Days of American Crime, so we decided to run with it. Enjoy! (Spoilers)


Shirley is a film about a famous horror author that has hit a writing slump. A young couple is invited to live with her and her husband, and the writing begins to take on its own life. This movie is a possible awards nominee, but the year is still young. (Spoilers)

Hitting the Apex

Hitting the Apex is a motorcycle racing documentary that follows the fates of six legendary MotoGP riders as they risk it all to win the championship. Is the chase for glory worth the risk? (Spoilers)

The Way Back

Ben Affleck stars in this drama about an ex-basketball player that is asked to come coach at his old school. What they don’t know is that he’s an alcoholic. (Spoilers)

The Lovebirds

This Netflix original is an action packed rom-com that could hold something for everyone. With Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani teamed up, the laughs should just roll in, but does the comedy carry the movie? (Spoilers)

Sonic the Hedgehog

The world famous video game, Sonic the Hedgehog, has finally made it to the big screen. He’s blue and on Earth getting chased by your favorite villain. (Spoilers)

Just Mercy

Just Mercy is based on a true story of a man fighting to provide legal assistance to death row inmates that might not have had a fair shake in court. (Spoilers)

The Call of the Wild

This movie, based off the Jack London book of the same name, follows a dog on his arduous journey to, and through, the Yukon. Book or movie, who did it best? (Spoilers)


Scary times in the Marianna Trench, when a deep sea drilling station gets hit by an earthquake and starts flooding. Is it action, is it adventure, is it horror? How about all of them. (Spoilers)


Netflix is dedicated to releasing original content for home viewers and has made many successful, award-winning movies. Everyone is buzzing about their new release, Extraction. The question is, is it a hit or a miss? (Spoilers)

Terminator: Dark Fate

Linda and Arnold are back in their original roles and ready for another Terminator fight. The fate of the future world hangs in the balance and another savior has to fight to survive to see it. (Spoilers)


Onward is a Disney\Pixar movie about two brothers and their quest to bring their dad back from the dead for 24 hours. It might sound a bit morbid, but hey, it’s Disney. (Spoilers)

Bad Boys for Life

Bad Boys for Life is the third movie in the Bad Boys franchise. It’s been about 25 years since the first one has come out. If the cast can capture the same chemistry, it should be fun. (Spoilers)


Bloodshot has been created based off of a comic series by Valiant Comics with the same name. Vin Diesel stars in the film as Bloodshot and is in full action mode. (Spoilers)

Spenser Confidential

A Netflix original starring Mark Wahlberg as a cop that lost his badge but not his motivation to do the right thing. (Spoilers)


The live action remake of Aladdin had some big shoes to fill. Directed by Guy Ritchie and staring Will Smith, Mena Massoud, and  Naomi Scott, the combo looks like it delivers. (Spoilers)

Zombieland: Double Tap

Zombieland: Double Tap is the sequel to Zombieland from 10 years ago. All the original cast are back and ready to ham it up while handing zombies their asses. (Spoilers)

Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is a mouthful of a title. Was the movie as fantabulous as the title would suggest? (Spoilers)

The Gentlemen

A Guy Ritchie classic style movie. British gangsters with intellect, style, and class, up to no good. Sounds like some good fun. (Spoilers)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

The last of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker completes the arc of Rey. Many questions to be answered and stories to be wrapped up. (Spoilers)

Jumanji: The Next Level

Jumanji: The Next Level is actually the third in the series, but it’s the second in the new version. With a comedy lineup like this you could be rolling the whole time. (Spoilers)

Knives Out

Knives Out is a murder mystery, much along the lines of an Agatha Christie novel. Mystery, suspense, detectives, and murder. What else do you need? (Spoilers)

Our 2020 Oscar Picks Recap

Join us as we go over the results of our 2020 Oscar predictions and see what we were right about and way off about. (Spoilers)

2020 Oscar Predictions\ 92nd Academy Awards

Join us as we go over our 2020 Oscar predictions for the best movies of 2019. This will be the 92nd Academy Awards and as usual there are some tough decisions to be made. Listen to us butcher names as we make predictions on who we think will win and who we hope will win.


Parasite is a South Korean film directed by Bong Joon Ho. It has been nominated for the best picture award at the Oscars and is considered to be a good contender to win. (Spoilers)

Little Women

Little Women has been made, once again, for the big screen. Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan team up again for another coming of age drama, that is again Oscar worthy. (Spoilers)


Sam Mendes directed 1917, a story based on a story told to him by his grandfather. Now it has been nominated for best picture at the Oscars. We’ll tell you why. (Spoilers)

Jojo Rabbit

Jojo Rabbit comes to the screen through the mind of Taika Waititi. He wrote the screenplay, directed, and acted in this movie based in Nazi Germany. (Spoilers)

Marriage Story

Netflix is hitting Oscar season hard with another original, Marriage Story. Nominated for best picture, it’s up against some stiff competition. (Spoilers)

The Irishman

Martin Scorsese has delivered another gangster film in his classic styling and he brought all the big guns in. The Irishman has been nominated for best picture at the Oscars, but will it win? (Spoilers)

Ford vs Ferrari

Is Ford vs Ferrari the racing movie every race fan has been waiting for? Don’t worry, we’ll let you know what we think. (Spoilers)


Joker is a new take on the origin story of the Joker. Maybe in a little more realistic light than is usually used for comic book based movies, even for DC. Too much, perfect, or not enough? (Spoilers)

Ad Astra

Ad Astra takes us on a voyage through space to stop the end of humanity. A man goes on a search to find his father, and himself, through the most dangerous outreaches of space. (Spoilers)