EPISODE 20 RECAP | This Week: The fellas are joined by special guest and resident horror movie critic Sulla Black from trashtuesday.com and Wolf Wheel Productions. First off the bat, all three hosts review the 2017 Best Picture Nominee, neo-noir western Hell or High Water starring Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine and Ben Foster. Audy gave it a Top 10 best film's of last year rating, while Elvin thought it was good but slow and Sulla just not feeling it as it derived too much off No Country For Old Men. Next, Sulla puts his foot up Hollywood's ass for its dire need to get political during award shows in his "The Hills Are Burning" Segment. Then the fellas review M. Night Shyamalan's Blumhouse Production collaboration horror film Split, starring James McAvoy. Elvin and Sulla liked it and claimed Shyamalan was back, while Audy thought it was another exercise of hack work direction of the nth degree! Lastly, Sulla and Audy, rave about Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi, human condition/alien case study Arrival starring Amy Adams. Audy gave it a Hell Yeah, another Top 10 picture, and Sulla gave it a rare 4 stars review! DOWNLOAD HERE.
FILM RATINGS Hell or High Water - 3.5 stars and "Hell Yeah" go see it! (Audy) Split - 3 stars and "Hell Yeah" go see it! (Elvin) Arrival - 4 stars and "Hell Yeah" go see it! (Sulla)
20TH CENTURY WOMEN | During the summer of 1979, a Santa Barbara single mom and boardinghouse landlord, Dorethea decides the best way she can parent her teenage son, Jamie, is to recruit her young tenants - a quirky self-aware freebird photographer, Abbie, a mellow puppy dog eyed handyman, William, and her son's sweet but broken best friend, Julie - to serve as role models in a changing world. READ FULL REVIEW.