Malcolm really does the heavy lifting and helps Caitlin in her struggle to summarize the hits-really-close-to-home-for-her Netflix show, Maniac. Matt has a paranoid schizophrenic conspiracy theory about the whole world of the show and Caitlin loves Justin Theroux and this world so much she can barely form a thought about it. But in the end everyone says, watch this show, it’s great! I’m a hawk!
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We discuss Malcolm’s pick, the first four episodes of the Netflix reboot of Lost in Space. Mal and Matt didn’t get to the good parts, and think this series is just OK. BUT my robot face goes from swirling red anger to happy purple clouds as I make my way through the entire show. That’s right, I love this. I think it’s great. Don’t fight me, just watch it and then listen to our discussion…
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Spoiler WARNING! We spoil this series swiftly and thoroughly, so if you have any desire to enjoy it then watch before you listen. It’s my pick this week, and we all ended up really liking the twisty, turny, irst ever German language Netflix original series, Dark. More importantly, we liked talking about it, and even started to figure out who is who in this complicated series of events, people and timelines.
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Welcome to the newest installment of “The Omen Cast” the podcast where three siblings take turns reviewing spoofs of “The Omen”.
But really, this week we discuss yet another take on the story of “The Omen”, a Netflix original movie written and directed by Eli Craig of Dale and Tucker Versus Evil fame.
Malcolm and I agree to disagree whether this flawed movie is a lot of fun or just kind of irritating. Meanwhile Matt and his dog become one and are afraid of pumpkins.
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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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