Hey there folks! Stale Popcorn’s Josh Corum brings you another episode, this time going solo as he talks about rewatching Shawshank Rememption, catching The Hangover for the first time, and what kind of shows to watch while doing chores (hint: the answers are obvious).
Alrighty folks, we’re back again with another round of movie talk. On today’s show, we’re going back into Avengers Endgame, and discussing Josh’s second viewing of the epic conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s intense 11 year narrative. We go over some theater etiquette as well, question whether you should bring a baby to a three hour movie (you shouldn’t), and then we go into the month of May with some tempered expectations.
We’re back on this week’s episode reviewing one of the most anticipated films of all-time, Avengers: Infinity War. We trust that you’ve seen the film already, but if you haven’t, make sure to skip out on this particular episode until you do see it. Other than that, sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode!
On this episode, we are finishing up our Star Wars: The Last Jedi preview discussion by getting all kinds of excited by giving our expectations for the film. Enjoy!
Lady Bird is…something that is quite difficult to put into words, but we do our best as we review this wacky and unconventional film. If you don’t know anything about it, please stick around and listen because we feel it’s important to support the independent films!
Also on the docket:
- A24 Production – A bit of background on A24 and what kind of films they are putting out for us to see
- Avengers: Infinity War Trailer Reaction – Is someone going to die in the MCU? Can Thanos be the greatest villain in this universe? Why do we not care to watch this trailer but refuse to watch anything related to Last Jedi?
- NaNoWriMo – Jordan discusses his process of writing a 50,000 word book in a month.
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Today Jordan and Josh discuss the second film adaptation of a Steven King novel in 2017. This time it’s all about IT. A scary mystery-thriller starring Pennywise the creepy demon clown and seven Children in the town of Derry. We give our thoughts on the film as well as our feelings towards the entire horror genre. Also, Andre from The Formal Review and Andre from Backseat Directors call in to give their reviews as well! Enjoy