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Movie Issues: Poltergeist

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Movie Issues: Poltergeist

Every year there always seems to be some unnecessary remake that Hollywood feels must be done. This time it’s the newest version of Tobe Hooper and Steven Spielberg’s 1982 film, Poltergeist. This edition is directed by Gil Kenan (Monster House, City of Ember), and written by David Lindsay-Abaire. What could have been a very standard remake with no creativity, here, is given some love and respect to one of the best suspense films of the 80s. This new Poltergeist isn’t better than the original, but is a fun watch for fans.

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Movie Issues: Weird Science

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Movie Issues: Weird Science

The guys are still watching movies that have Marvel Universe actors in them; this week they check RDJ off the list by watching John Hughes’ 80s classic, Weird Science. You know the one, where the two nerds somehow make a woman come to life using their computer and she is like magic or something. Thus comedy ensues. Whatever she may be it’s one of the best movies of the 80s and one of Leland and Spooky’s favorites. The guys also hit some movies news from the week. Please download and enjoy.  Read On

Movie Issues: Mad Max: Fury Road

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Movie Issues: Mad Max: Fury Road

This summer we see the return of a sci-fi cult hero who hasn’t been seen in over 30 years, written and directed by his original creator, George Miller, who worked tediously for years to bring him back. Making fans wait, he has finally returned to the screen: Mad Max, hero of his own post-apocalyptic series of films that started in 1979. After months of on set issues and re-shoots Miller finally gets to unleash his movie: Mad Max: Fury Road. Was it worth the wait? No. No it was not.

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Movie Issues: Push

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Movie Issues: Push

This week the guys watch 2009’s superhuman movie Push, where Chris Evens and Dakota Fanning, superhumans, are on the run from an evil superhuman who want to use their powers in a superhuman army. You know, like you do. Keeping with this month’s theme of watching movie with Marvel Universe actors, here we knock four off our list. Huzzah! Also we talk about all the new TV shows coming out this fall. Please download and enjoy! Read On

Movie Issues: S.W.A.T.

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Movie Issues: S.W.A.T.

Still watching movies with the stars of Avengers: Age of Ultron, the guys this week get two more under their belt as they watch 2003’s action/cop flick S.W.A.T., based on the TV show from 1975. We get Sam Jackson training a team of new S.W.A.T. recruits Colin Farrell, Michelle Rodriguez, and LL Cool J, as they go up against ex-S.W.A.T. member Jeremy Renner. Yeah, it’s just as awesome as it sounds. Also get down and dirty about Star Wars and Harley Quinn. Pretty standard episode for the team. Please download and enjoy! Read On

Movie Issues: Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Movie Issues: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Well it’s finally time for us moviegoers to assemble, because Marvel’s Avengers are back in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Once again directed by geek god Joss Whedon, it features the returning Avengers cast that we know and love. This time around an evil android known as Ultron has set his sights on world domination and only The Avengers can stop him, but can they do it before it’s too late? Well duh, they’re the fracking Avengers, of course they can! But along the way we’re given great action, acting, and comedy, all leading into a comic book style movie like no other.

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Movie Issues: The Spirit

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Movie Issues: The Spirit

This week the guys watch the 2008 movie, The Spirit. One of the most infamous comic book movies ever. A movie SO bad, even good actors can’t make it work. It’s just terrible, from start to finish. Also the guys talk the new Joker, X-Men and how excited they are for Age of Ultron. So please download and join in the fun.  Read On