After some technical difficulties, we had to jump ahead an episode. Listen in as Thomas and Amber have a heavy talk about a heavy movie everyone should see. It’s Moonlight (2016)!
We’re starting to see double! This week its its Perfect Blue. Join Amber and Thomas as they dive into another Satoshi Kon mind bender (that also inspires another movie). Its got J-Pop, stalkers, crazy people, and more! You don’t want to miss it.
This week we dive into the quantum multiverse of Devs! Listen in as we discuss an awesome thought provoking TV show that makes the new Westworld look like a Great Value knock off.
This week Thomas introduces Amber to a Kurisawa Klassic! It’s Seven Samurai! A movie that spawned 1000 different versions of the same plot! Listen in as the duo embarks on the 3+ hour odyssey of how seven samurai save some not so great farmers. We answer some big questions. What’s better this or Ran?
This week it’s time to buckle up and shut up. It’s Drive (2011)! Join us as we cruise through one of Amber’s favorites that Thomas has never seen. What will he think? Will her opinions change? Will there be plenty of car puns to go around? Listen in and find out!
This week, Thomas and Amber are joined by their friend Jose as then venture into the an off the rails horror movie. It’s House (1977)! Listen in as this weeks trio tries to wrap their head around the insane visuals, who is actually doing what, and most importantly: what exactly happened in this film?
This week we round off our Evil Dead Marathon with one of the most solid ends to a trilogy. It’s Army of Darkness! Join Amber and Thomas as they discuss knights, “boomsticks”, brownie-Ashes, and chainsaws (we even some inadvertently in the background). What could be groovier?
Thomas and Amber’s Evil Dead-athon continues with the second installment: Evil Dead 2 (Dead by Dawn). Listen in as a franchise gets dialed to eleven, new favorites are found, and a age old movie question gets answered: Can a sequel be better than the original? You’ll have to listen in to find out…
Books, Blood, and Blades. It’s The Evil Dead (1981)! Join Amber and Thomas on the show’s first movie marathon as they dive head first into a cursed cabin in the woods. See our reaction to the first of gory trilogy. It’s cheesy, campy, and creepy all wrapped up in a low budget and hilarious special effects.
If Inception was a (better, crazier, and more beautiful) anime. It’s Paprika (2006)! Listen in as Amber and Thomas dream-dive into the show’s first animated movie with this bizarre world of robots, creepy dolls, and parades of…garbage?