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Hi, my name is Andrew, and I watch movies. I have watched thousands of movies in my life, and enjoy writing, and talking about them. There is no discrimination based on genre or age here, I watch 'em all, and podcast about them. Sometimes, I even watch the movies with other people, and have an after movie conversations on the show. I hope everyone enjoys the evolution of this podcast, and our journey through the film world together. Let's start the conversation!
 
A podcast for those who just want to catch up on a film they normally would never see. Each week, Ron recaps a movie for Chris, who works long hours for little pay. Nurse Candy brings the games, and everybody else just wants a little entertainment. Hilarity and mishaps ensue. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD: proceed at your own peril...
 
Nonfiction authors share compelling true stories & books with great ideas for living well. In addition to discussing captivating biographies & memoirs, these writers promote business & entrepreneurship, foster community-building, encourage health & wellness, strengthen home & family, and nurture personal development. Regardless of the genre, all the books we feature are insightful, inspiring, and uplifting. In the end, we save you time by curating long-standing classics, sleepers, and new re ...
 
TheNextLevel is a podcast of urban club mixes to start off your weekend right! The podcast features NEW Released Hits, Radio Favorites, Throwback Classics, Remixes, R&B, Hip-Hop, House and Dance. TheNextLevel was originally started back in 2005 by Arizona's Dee J. X-Treme! and DJ JFresh-One with 5 limited edition mixes. However, at the break of 2012, JFresh-One revived the series back into the people's ears thru the world wide web!
 
A father is joined by his son and daughter-in-law to watch, review, and discuss a different film each week. The films range from classics to fringe titles you may never have seen. The discussion comes from two sides of the generation gap. Plus a weekly look at new Blu-ray and DVD releases as well as what's new in theaters.
 
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SUMMARY Little did Pushpendra Mehta know that by answering one simple question on Quora, his book, Observe to Unmask: 100 Small Things to Know People Better, would emerge. The question: “What small thing can tell you a lot about a person?” Mehta’s answer would get over 1 million views and lead to his collecting bits of wisdom for understanding huma…
 
On this weeks episode, the club talks video game preferences before getting into the first of a brand-new four issue comic book series set in the world of the hotly anticipated game Cyperpunk 2077 (It's out on Dark Horse comics by a club favorite writer Cullen Bunn!) Next up, none of us are Ultraman experts, but did we love this cultural and litera…
 
It's tough to find the energy to do something as silly as a podcast while 2020 keeps showing us the ugly side of its ass, but here goes. Movies are still being watched. This week the films covered are 1BR, Uncle Peckerhead, Queen and Slim, and I'm thinking of Ending Things. The last of which includes a spoiler discussion with a bunch of friends. En…
 
Giving hope to the average achiever, Rich Karlgaard shares his latest book, Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early. He observes, “We’ve created a new system of snobbery based on IQ scores and elite university degrees. To mitigate this crisis, we must stop excessively glorifying precocious achievement and seeing human de…
 
Whew! We loved so many of last weeks first issues that we decided to cover 'em all, and contentiously count down to our favorite first issue of the week. No spoilers, but in alphabetical order we'll cover, Black Widow on Marvel, Grendel Kentucky on AWA Upshot, Inkblot on Image, Hellblazer: Rise & Fall on DC's Black Label, Lonely Receiver on Aftersh…
 
SUMMARY Early childhood and parent educator Rahima Dancy encourages parents to trust themselves in the 3rd edition of her book You Are Your Child's First Teacher: Encouraging Your Child's Natural Development from Birth to Age Six. Since its first edition, the book now includes advice about technology and even how to teach while the children are aro…
 
On this weeks show, we remember Chadwick Boseman and talk about the Marvel + Fortnite crossover, before getting into the most anticipated comic of the month... Maybe year? EVEN DECADE? Yes, Three Jokers is finally here on DC's Black Label imprint, and we're here for it. We also catch up with Zack Quaintance on what it's like writing and covering co…
 
Join Andrew on a drive to Mount baker, and a hike through some summer snow. Today we are doing something different, chatting about a TV show. HBO's Watchmen completely blew me away, and is required viewing that needed to be covered on here. We are also gonna take a walk down memory lane with a discussion on Candyman. Check out my Patreon page https…
 
B Movies and Beyond! rewinds back to episode 155 The Fast and The Ridiculous! In this episode of B Movies and Beyond!!! we talk about all the Fast & Furious movies with our first time guest, Brenden. I mean we talk about all of them, even Tokyo Drift. We talk about everything from the acting to the insane stunts. Then we talk about the Fast & Furio…
 
This week, after catching up on all of the news from DC Fandom (Video Games! Movie Trailers! Comics! & more!), we get into what we do best... Rev up the old reading club and discuss last weeks first issues! First up, from Vault Comics is SHADOW SERVICE, a story that follows a private eye with magical witchy powers. Next, we move on to Marvel Comics…
 
Today, Andrew reflects on bachelorhood, and some horror movies that support the single life. Tales of gaslighting so horrible that they will make you wonder why anyone ever trusts another person. This episode covers What Lies Beneath, The Invisible Man (2020), Ready or Not, and Get Out! Let's celebrate our independence with some HORROR!…
 
B Movies and Beyond! rewinds back to episode 34a the Intro to Blacula! Enjoy! Welcome to Twilight Zone episode. Not because it we talk about it at all, but because it like we traveled to another dimension for this one where the dudes are the guests. It is pretty weird. In this ep we talk Knock Knock, The Shallows, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justic…
 
It's another Wednesday and comics are still coming out! PHEW! This week the club gets into comic book news like the DC layoffs & changes at the CBLDF. Then, we're on to the main event – Seven Secrets out on BOOM! Studios comes from a club favorite writer Tom Taylor, then Jason Howard takes double duty on art and story for his newest title on Image …
 
Welcome to week 690 of Quarantine. The road is long and hard, but we can all pull through with a little help from the movies. This week Andrew covers The Tax Collector (Rental), Raising Cain (Netflix), Blow Out (Hulu), The Gentlemen (Rental), Spree (Rental), La Llorona (Shudder), and Random Acts of Violence (Shudder) Check out my friend Bruce inter…
 
In 1996, Wes Craven and Eddie Murphy blessed the world with the Scream and Nutty Professor franchises; so it's only fitting that Ron takes us back a year prior to an overlooked experiment in horror and comedy, as a token of appreciation and support for the black community, and to teach everyone in this uncertain world: evil is good and ass is good,…
 
SUMMARY Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World, by Maryanne Wolf, includes a treatise for deep reading in a world that has shifted from print to digital medium. In her book, Wolf addresses a myriad of attendant issues, concerns, and questions about the future of reading. While explaining the complexity surrounding the acquisition o…
 
It is week 329 of some form of lockdown, or it feels like it at least. The perfect film for the confusion and length of this year was viewed by Andrew; The Lighthouse. Powerful performances by Dafoe and Patterson. Radioactive, a film better than critics would say, Daniel isn't Real, and What We Do in Shadows are also discussed amongst others. Becom…
 
Enjoy this episode rewind of episode 10 of The Monster Squad. ROAR!!! Join us for our monster filled Halloween episode! The films discussed this ep are Clown, ABC's of Deaths 2, We Are What We Are, Dark Was The Night, The Final Girls, and Tremors 5: Bloodlines. We spoil the cult classic movie The Monster Squad and discuss if there is a difference b…
 
SUMMARY When Genevieve Piturro, jumped off the New York City corporate ladder, she didn’t know her burning passion to deliver pajamas and books to children in shelters would turn into the wildly successful, nationwide nonprofit Pajama Program. Her book, Purpose, Passion, and Pajamas: How to Transform Your Life, Embrace the Human Connection, and Lea…
 
This week the club is whittled down to just two hosts, but Mike and Greg do their best to guide you through two new & exciting titles from the big 2! Mariko Tamaki starts her anticipated run on Wonder Woman #759 (what we're calling a 'spiritual first issue'), and Leah Williams pens the newest x-title that takes mutant detectives outside of the gate…
 
What is it, March 193rd right now? Hell, I've lost track, and each day feels like 3. The cinema's are shuttered, but streaming platforms are thriving. Join Andrew as he discusses a wide array of titles available at your fingertips. Today we discuss, Host (a new Shudder movie), As Above So Below, The Rental (a rental), Portrait of a Lady on fire, an…
 
In this supersized episode of B Movies and Beyond! the guys are joined by past guest and long time fans of the show, Aaron and Justin, to celebrate their 200th episode! They talk about sequels that were better than the original film. They talk about Justin's surgery and they play the game of Tagline. The movies reviewed were The Rocketeer, Dirty Ha…
 
Nightingale Tales: Stories from My Life as Nurse, by Lynn Dow, spans 50 years of one nurse's career experiences–some funny, some sad, and all true. A registered nurse, Dow began her medical career reluctantly but eventually worked as a staff nurse, head nurse, teacher, and mentor at large medical centers on both the east and west coasts. As handmai…
 
This week the Analysis Paralysis "kids" look into Stevan’s mixtape, ‘Just Kids’. The 18 year old Wollongong musician looks at the process of working out the difference between budding love and intense lust while wrapping his narratives in smooth, intimate production reminiscent of Steve Lacy and Mac DeMarco. Tess, Sam and Tanya look back at their e…
 
Covid blues got you down? Can't figure out what to watch while numbing the pain with your favorite illicit and licit drugs? Andrew has you covered! This week, Andrew trudges through Harriet and The Help, not the greatest experience there. Impetigore and Satan's Slaves were more of a bright spot, as was the new horror film Amulet. Topping them all w…
 
Theaters are still out of the equation due to all the madness, so join Andrew on the couch to chat about some at home options. On this episode, we will discuss the new classic musical Hamilton, the should be classic musical Eurovision (not sure that statement is true), the terrifying "Insidious", and the maybe middling "Sinister". Why does Ethan Ha…
 
SUMMARY With one feature article in The New York Times, journalist Nikita Stewart began telling the compelling true story of Troop 6000: The Girl Scout Troop that Began in a Shelter and Inspired the World. The book actually weaves together three stories: the history of Girls Scouts, the story of a family navigating the New York City homeless system…
 
SCOUT WEEK! WEEK 2! First up, Murder Hobo is based on the role-playing archetype of a player character known by the same term. (Think your friend who plays Dungeons & Dragons with no story or motivation, outside of killing, looting, & chaos.) Next, It Eats What Feeds It follows a young man who's car breaks down while replying to a help wanted ad at…
 
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond! Peter is back to play another exciting round of Bro, Party, Kill with Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, and Christian Bale. They talk about the new Far Cry 6 game and blending games with movies. They discuss the new trailers for Let it Snow and Project Power. They review the movies Archive (2020), Girls with Balls …
 
SUMMARY J.W. (Terry) Freiberg, also known as “the Oliver Sacks of Law,” continues shedding light on connections in his latest “loneliness book,” Surrounded by Others and Yet So Alone: A Lawyer's Case Stories of Love, Loneliness and Litigation. Social psychologist turned lawyer and master storyteller, Freiberg explores chronic loneliness through fiv…
 
Welcome to a new chapter of Andrew Watches Movies; The Washington Chapter. The studio has moved from Los Angeles to Bellingham, and the change has done Andrew some good. Old attitudes are gone, replaced with new optimism. Join today for a conversation on Force of Nature, Irresistible, The Old Guard, Relic, You Should have Left, and Stir of Echoes.…
 
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond! it's just Evan and Ryan and they try to figure out which celebrity they should replace Peter with. They talk about some new trailers and talk about all of the superhero news. They review Tim Burton's Batman (1989) and the Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams comedy Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (…
 
Robert Kirkman saves us from a light new comic book day with with two first issues! First, The Walking Dead creative team is back for a reprise with 'Negan Lives!'. 'Fire Power', is up next, wherein Robert teams up with club favorite artist Chris Samnee to bring us an original trade paper back origin story, along with a Free Comic Book Day first is…
 
SUMMARY David Kamp shines light on a bright, optimistic movement in his book, Sunny Days: The Children's Television Revolution that Changed America. When a group of progressive intellectuals, artists, and activists decided to focus on disadvantaged children, a children’s television revolution began. Driven by their agenda was to “do good,” this gro…
 
SUMMARY One of 75 top-performing real estate brokers in the country for the past ten years, Tracy McLaughlin reveals industry secrets in her breakout book, Real Estate Rescue: How America Leaves Billions Behind in Residential Real Estate and How to Maximize Your Home’s Value. After spending more than two decades helping her clients buy and sell hom…
 
SUMMARY Dr. Leonard Sax, a premier child psychologist, peels back the veneer of successful families in his latest bestseller The Collapse of Parenting: How We Hurt Our Kids When We Treat Them Like Grown-Ups. Originally intending to contrast American parents with those outside the U.S., Sax explains how and why bonds across generations have been bro…
 
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