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It’s my first time ever watching any Hannibal Lecter property, so what did I think? Find out by listening to our discussion of the 1991 Jonathan Demme (RIP) directed The Silence of the Lambs. And more importantly, find out which sibling does the best Hannibal impression.
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What kind of army DO you have to have to kill a nun? And how many times can a nun get knocked unconscious and NOT suffer a debilitating head injury? Find out by listening to our discussion of the newly released Red Sister by Mark Lawrence, the rollicking sci fi / fantasy ninja nun adventure!
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Can you hate baby Groot and still have a soul? Can you cry alone in the theater at a Marvel movie and still maintain your dignity? And can anyone dislike the fun and funny Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2? At least where the three of us are concerned, the answer is no.
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Our best Belgian accents are on display as we discuss Agatha Christie’s book Peril At End House featuring her detective hero Hercule Poirot. Apropos of nothing, is Frankenstein Science Fiction or Horror? How clean is Poirot’s hat? And why is Matt the real murderer? You’ll never guess so you better listen! Mais Oui!
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In this episode we discuss how many people Churchill would have murdered with his bare hands if given the chance, whether Matt and I are actually lobster back traitors, oh, and… also the first three episodes of the prestige original Netflix drama The Crown.
Come for the intellectual commentary, stay for Matt’s singing and Malcolm’s railing against the monarchy.
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We discuss the first four episodes of the 1985 long running hit TV show, MacGyver. It may sound like it’s all fun and flare guns, but between problematic ’80s casting choices and stereotypes, as well as eye bleedingly boring plot contrivances, we discover that this show’s genesis is anything but good entertainment.
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All three of us agree that writer/director Jordan Peele’s debut film “Get Out” is pretty great, but don’t worry, we still find many things to disagree on. So many in fact, that this is our longest episode to date! Listen to Matt describe what the cool kids are doing nowadays with the “Get Out Challenge” and find out if I really hate skinny white girls. (I don’t but it probably sounds like I do in this episode.)
Note: We do spoil this film, and you really should see it, so make sure to do that before you listen.
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