FINAL DESTINATION (2000)

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If you had a premonition of us starting a new franchise marathon, it has come true! We’re embarking on a journey with 2000’s FINAL DESTINATION!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan gets really IN this movie, Sergio gets stuck on the idea of the Grim Reaper, and we break down Ms. Lewton’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day!

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URBAN LEGENDS: BLOODY MARY (2005)

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Another month over, another franchise finished. Today we’re discussing the endcap of this month’s bonus trilogy series with the 2005 flick URBAN LEGENDS: BLOODY MARY!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan dissects Christina Aguilera lyrics, Sergio struggles to understand the pranks in this movie, and we rank all the films in the Urban Legend trilogy!

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URBAN LEGENDS: FINAL CUT (2000)

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Our newest marathon is already almost over! That’s the danger with covering trilogies… That’s right we’re doing URBAN LEGENDS: FINAL CUT, hailing from the grand ole year of 2000.

Join us as we review the film, Brennan tries to avoid libel, Sergio is definitely awake, and we debate how appropriate a fencing mask actually is for this particular movie.

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Oscar Skeleton #4: Emily Blunt in WIND CHILL (2007)

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We’re closing out our Oscar Skeletons month by turning in desperation to a Golden Globe Best Actress nominee. We’re digging into the dark depths of Emily Blunt’s filmography and pulling out 2007’s WIND CHILL!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan is perturbed by gas station hygiene, Sergio doesn’t fall for Nice Guys, and we judge Emily Blunt’s grocery list.

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Oscar Skeleton #3: Bradley Cooper in MY LITTLE EYE (2002)

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For the third week of Oscar Skeletons Month, we’re (very) briefly visiting an early role from Best Actor nominee Bradley Cooper in 2002’s MY LITTLE EYE!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan spills the tea on Sergio’s new nickname, Sergio talks porcelain cat etiquette, and we break down 2002 real estate!

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Oscar Skeleton #2: Amy Adams in PSYCHO BEACH PARTY (2000)

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For the second week of Oscar Skeletons Month, we’re digging deep into the back catalogue of Supporting Actress nominee Amy Adams and pulling out the 2000 slasher parody PSYCHO BEACH PARTY!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan rhapsodizes about Provoloney, Sergio demands patience, and we break down the casting choice of Nicholas Brendon!

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THE OMEN (2006)

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It’s time to wrap up our time with Damien Thorn as we discuss the 2006 remake of THE OMEN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan gets very excited about puppets, Sergio loves Final Destination kills, and we rank all five Omen pictures!

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CHILDREN OF THE CORN (2009)

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Is a TV remake of CHILDREN OF THE CORN made for the SyFy network going to be a redeeming entry for the franchise? You tell me!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan gets mad about the 70’s, Sergio learns new things about Brennan left and right, and we compare it with the original because there’s finally continuity in the series when they literally recreate the exact same plot.

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CHILDREN OF THE CORN: REVELATION (2001)

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Kids always test your patience, but 2001’s CHILDREN OF THE CORN: REVELATION is the truest challenge yet.

Join us as we review the film, Brennan has a full-on meltdown, Sergio makes a lot of excuses to talk about Winter’s Bone, and we fret about how many of these we have left.

Ten Word Reviews: Kate & Leopold

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Anniversary Month #3: SINGLE WHITE FEMALE 2: THE PSYCHO (2005)

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Anniversary month hits week 3 as we explore the 13-years-later sequel SINGLE WHITE FEMALE 2: THE PSYCHO!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan’s brain melts almost immediately, Sergio struggles to remember any non-wig-related detail of the original, and we rejoice in how terrible the film’s opening title is.

Ten Word Reviews: Ideal Home

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Horror Parody Month #2: SHRIEK IF YOU KNOW WHAT I DID LAST FRIDAY THE 13TH (2000)

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Parody month continues with a movie title that will eat up your character count if you tweet about it: SHRIEK IF YOU KNOW WHAT I DID LAST FRIDAY THE 13TH!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio plants his flag for White Chicks, Brennan criticizes more DVD box blurbs, and we just generally get exactly as distracted as last week.

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Horror Parody Month #1: SCARY MOVIE 4 (2006)

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We’re kicking off the New Year right with a full month of the best subgenre ever: horror movie parodies! We’re kicking off the month with SCARY MOVIE 4!

Join us as we review the film, Sergio attempts to call Brennan by his name, Brennan gives a rundown of Simon Rex’s adult film career, and we all attempt to grapple with the year that was 2017.

Ten Word Reviews: The Greatest Showman, Call Me By Your Name, The Shape of Water

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