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Movie Schmovie

Steve Reter, Ronald James, John Walker

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A movie review podcast that revolves around the always interesting opinions of Steve, Ronald, and John. Facts, Laughs, Friends. This is Movie Schmovie.
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On this week's pod Ronald, Steve, and John contemplate this week's Required Viewing pick, 2021's Nine Days, and then move on to a grab bag of reviews, including the new Liam Hemsworth actioner, Land of Bad, a Coen brother film, Drive-Away Dolls, and a new animated Netflix film written by Charlie Kaufman called Orion and the Dark.…
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Ron, Steve, and John spend way too much time obsessing over their year-end lists of the best new movies they saw, so it’s only fair that you spend a fraction of that time listening to this episode where they excitedly share the results. Find out which of 2023’s crop made the cut and which ones didn’t! See if your faves get a mention! Disagree loudl…
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Ron, Steve, and John kick off 2024 with a look at Brian De Palma’s 1974 horror-comedy-musical Phantom of the Paradise and then dig into the mysteries of True Detective’s triumphant return with an eerie and atmospheric fourth season called Night Country.By Steve Reter, Ronald James, John Walker
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Ron, Steve, and John are back for another round of Required Viewing, and this time the selection is a British crime thriller from 1980 called The Long Good Friday. After that, the guys discuss the fallout from the verdict in the Jonathan Majors assault/harassment trial, and then they do a quick rundown of recent things they’ve seen.…
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The guys take a quick trip to feudal Japan to check out 1980’s seminal Shogun Assassin, and then escape to a rental house in the country to see what Julia Roberts and Mahershala Ali are up to in Netflix’s new apocalyptic thriller, Leave the World Behind. Also, John saw Wonka and shares a few thoughts.…
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Back from the Thanksgiving Table and full of Chocolate Pie, Ronald, Steve, and John burn off those holiday carbs by running down quite the list of recent releases. After quickly discussing 2018's I'll Take Your Dead, the guys review Disney's Wish, Eli Roth's Thanksgiving, Ridley Scott's Napoleon, and Season 5 of Fargo, among others.…
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From a $135k-budgeted found footage horror film to $200 million blockbuster spectacles, come along as we discuss 2011's The Tunnel, Loki: Season 2, The Marvels, and The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes.By Steve Reter, Ronald James, John Walker
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So much, in so little time! If you can believe it, in less than 60 minutes the guys run through 1997's dark and disturbing Event Horizon, David Fincher's The Killer, Taika Waititi's Next Goal Wins, Apple TV+'s new MonsterVerse series, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, and Sundance Audience Award Winner, The Persian Version. It's a nice mix of titles you…
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The guys take on a trio of new horror releases in this post-Halloween episode: Steve’s Required Viewing pick, the masterful and extreme Argentinian possession thriller When Evil Lurks; Blumhouse’s smash hit adaptation of the beloved video game, Five Nights at Freddy’s; and Mike Flanagan’s final Netflix mini-series, The Fall of the House of Usher. J…
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Ron, Steve, and John delve into the health of the modern mega-franchise and chat about the engrossing new book MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios. Also in this episode: Ron’s Required Viewing pick, Audition (1999); a quick look at Scorsese’s latest epic crime drama Killers of the Flower Moon; and some other things the guys have seen.…
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The pod is back, and there’s a lot to discuss! The guys start off by reviewing this week’s Required Viewing, 1987‘s Three O’Clock High, and then jump into a smorgasbord of recent releases, including Blumhouse’s Totally Killer and The Exorcist: Believer, Lionsgate’s Saw X, and 20th Century’s The Creator, among others.…
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