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George A. Romero’s Martin – re:View

July 21, 2017137 Comments

Jay and Josh discuss one of several of George A. Romero’s great non-zombie films Martin!
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Rich and Mike Talk: Disney’s Star Wars Han Solo Movie Terrible Ideas

July 18, 2017205 Comments

Rich and Mike guess at what terrible ideas will be in the new Han Solo™ stand alone adventure by Disney’s™ Star Wars™!

Best of the Worst: Wheel of the Worst #15

July 12, 2017263 Comments

The Canadians are back! And we’ve decided to torture them yet again with the dreaded Wheel of the Woooooooorst!!!!
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Half in the Bag: Baby Driver and Spider-Man: Homecoming

July 9, 2017185 Comments

Mike and Jay talk about the latest Edgar Wright film Spider-man: Homecoming and the latest Marvel film Baby Driver.
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Blade Runner – re:View

July 2, 2017350 Comments

Jay is joined by Colin from Canada to discuss the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic Blade Runner, a movie Colin (and pretty much everyone else) loves and Jay finds kinda boring. Controversy!
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Mr. Plinkett’s Transformers: The Last Knight Review

June 26, 2017235 Comments

It’s finally here! Mr. Plinkett reviews the latest and most terrible Transformers movie of all!!!

Transformers: The Last Knight – re:View

June 25, 2017138 Comments

Colin and Jim discuss the latest Michael Bay disaster, Transformers: The Last Knight.

Half in the Bag: Transformers: The Last Knight

June 23, 2017171 Comments

Mike and Jay see the latest Michael Bay disaster, Transformers 5: The Last Knight.

Best of the Worst: Hollywood Cop

June 21, 2017129 Comments

In the first “Spotlight Series” episode of Best of the Worst, the gang takes a look at Hollywood Cop! From the director of Samurai Cop!
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Did Red Letter Media Invent Slenderman?

June 15, 2017109 Comments

Mike and Jay recently saw the HBO Documentary Beware the Slenderman and noticed some odd coincidental similarities between the Slenderman myth and their own character from an older film they made.

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