On The Subject: Of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Is the best Spider-Man film animated? Lets discuss. This episode the OTS crew swing into the Spider-Verse to talk about the visually stunning and narratively bold  film that stars not one but six Spider-Man(s), Spider-Persons.

The film uses reversals story method to pay off some many things from jokes to plot elements. The bold storytelling throws you into a fully realized world and doesn't slow down from the start, so hold on as we get caught in the film that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Movie Taglines

  • Enter a universe where more than one wears the mask.

  • What makes you different is what makes you Spider-Man.

Teen Miles Morales becomes Spider-Man of his reality, crossing his path with five counterparts from other dimensions to stop a threat for all realities.

Directors: Bob PersichettiPeter Ramsey | 1 more credit »

Writers: Phil Lord (screenplay by), Rodney Rothman (screenplay by) | 1 more credit »

Stars: Shameik MooreJake JohnsonHailee Steinfeld |See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released Dec, 14th 2018

Budget: $90 million

Domestic: $190 million

Foreign: $185 million

Opening Weekend: $

Opened #1 run 16 weeks

Cumulative: $375 million

  • #2 The Mules

  • #3 The Grinch

  • #4 Ralph Break the internet

  • #5 Mortal Engines

  • #6 Creed II

  • #7 Bohemian Rhapsody

Spider-Mans you want to see in the future?

  • Hobart Brown (Spider-Punk, Earth-138)

  • Ben Riley

  • The Slingers

    • Dusk

    • Ricocet

    • Prodigy

    • Hornet

  • Man-Spider

  • Superior Spider Man

  • Spider Cyborg


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On The Subject: Of Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2

Continuing our journey into Spider-Man films we are discuss the maybe not so AMAZING Spider-Man. We breakdown the first reboot and what we enjoyed about this web-slinger plus the things that wish Andrew Garfield didn’t get bitten by the radioactive spider.

Amazing Spider-Man

  • The untold story begins.

  • His past was kept from him. His search for answers has just begun.

Amazing Spider-Man 2

  • No more secrets.

  • His greatest battle begins.

  • Rise of Electro

Amazing SPIDER MAN 

After Peter Parker is bitten by a genetically altered spider, he gains newfound, spider-like powers and ventures out to solve the mystery of his parent's mysterious death.

Director: Marc Webb

Writers: James Vanderbilt (screenplay), Alvin Sargent (screenplay) | 4 more credits »

Stars: Andrew GarfieldEmma StoneRhys Ifans | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released July 3rd 2012

Budget: $230 million

Cumulative: $758 million

Opening Weekend: $72 million

Opened #1 15 weeks

  • #2 Ted

  • #3 Brave

  • #4 Savages


Amazing SPIDER MAN 2

When New York is put under siege by Oscorp, it is up to Spider-Man to save the city he swore to protect as well as his loved ones.

Director: Marc Webb

Writers: Alex Kurtzman (screenplay), Roberto Orci (screenplay) | 7 more credits »

Stars: Andrew GarfieldEmma StoneJamie Foxx | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released May 2nd 2014

Budget: $300 million

Cumulative: $708 million

Opening Weekend: $92

Opened #1  16 weeks

  • #2 The Other Woman 

  • #3 Heaven is Real

  • #4 Winter Solider

Spill the T

  • The future of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise was widely reported to be incredibly confusing following this films release. In the build up of the film and indeed the few months after its release, it was confirmed that it would be followed by The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and a Sinister Six spin-off film, with Venom and an untitled female super heroine films as well as The Amazing Spider-Man 4 also confirmed to be in the works. However, in August Sony announced that The Sinister Six would take the place of The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and that the third in the trilogy would be pushed back to an unspecified date in 2018. Then, during a hack into Sony's email, it was revealed with much media coverage that Sony had approached Marvel Studios with a deal to share the rights of the franchise of which Marvel refused. During this period of time, it was also revealed that Sony wished to fire Andrew Garfield due to his speaking out of the production studio and refusal to meet them for company events. After a lengthy silence, Sony and Marvel revealed on 9 February 2015 they would work together to produce a new Spider-Man series (set in the "Marvel Cinematic Universe") and that The Amazing Spider-Man franchise was canceled.



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On The Subject: Of Raimi Spider Man Trilogy

Peter Parker a nerd and outsider kid, fascinated with science gets bitten by a radioactive spider and receives superhuman abilities, he then loses his uncle, aka his father figure and now tries to live based on his immortal words, With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility.

In the Early 2000s the big screen was graced with its true Superhero depiction in Sam Raimi's Spider Man.

SPIDER MAN 

When bitten by a genetically modified spider, a nerdy, shy, and awkward high school student gains spider-like abilities that he eventually must use to fight evil as a superhero after tragedy befalls his family.

Director: Sam Raimi

Writers: Stan Lee (Marvel comic book), Steve Ditko (Marvel comic book) | 1 more credit »

Stars: Tobey MaguireKirsten DunstWillem Dafoe | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released May 3rd 2002

Budget: $139 million

Cumulative: $822 million

Opening Weekend: $114 million

Opened #1 run 15.5 weeks

  • The Scorpion King #2

  • Changing Lanes #3

  • Murdered by Numbers #4

SPIDER MAN 2

Peter Parker is beset with troubles in his failing personal life as he battles a brilliant scientist named Doctor Otto Octavius.

Director: Sam Raimi

Writers: Stan Lee (comic book), Steve Ditko (comic book) | 4 more credits »

Stars: Tobey MaguireKirsten DunstAlfred Molina | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released June 30th, 2004

Budget: $200 million

Cumulative: $784 million

Opening Weekend: $88 million

Opened #1 runs 3 weeks

  • Fahrenheit 9/11 #2

  • White Chicks #3

  • Dodge ball #4

SPIDER MAN 3

A strange black entity from another world bonds with Peter Parker and causes inner turmoil as he contends with new villains, temptations, and revenge.

Director: Sam Raimi

Writers: Sam Raimi (screenplay), Ivan Raimi (screenplay) | 5 more credits »

Stars: Tobey MaguireKirsten DunstTopher Grace | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released May 4th, 2007

Budget: $258 million

Cumulative: $891 million

Opening Weekend: $151 million

Opened #1 run 16 weeks

  • Disturbia #2

  • Fracture #3

  • The Invisible #4

SPIDER MAN 4 (Cancelled)

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MOVIE TAGLINES

Spiderman 1

  • With great power comes great responsibility.

  • An Ordinary Man. An Extraordinary Power.

  • Get Ready For The Ultimate Spin!

  • Do you want to know who I am? I'm Spider-Man

  • Next Summer, One Hero will take you for the Ultimate Spin

  • On May Third, the Entire World Will Connect to the Web.

  • A Gift. A Curse. A Destiny.

  • If somebody told you I was just your average guy, not a care in the world... somebody lied.

  • This is my gift. It is my curse.

  • Go for the ultimate spin

  • Turn your world upside down

Spiderman 2

  • This summer a man will face his destiny. A hero will be revealed

  • Destiny

  • Sacrifice

Spiderman 3

  • One man will fight to find the hero within

  • The greatest battle lies within. (popular)

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On The Subject: Of Time Travel Movies

We got to go back in time! Or forward? Lets find out together as we look at time travel theories in movies, TV and beyond.

Some would argue time is a flat circle or you can travel through it, but the OTS crew is going find out what happens when the tangents of time disrupt everything.

Time Travel wiki

Movies

  • Terminator

  • Back to the Future

  • Donnie Darko

  • Time Cop

  • The Sound of Thunder

Types

  • The Grandfather Paradox

  • Ontological Paradox

  • Body and Consciousness Time Travel

  • Butterfly Effect

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On The Subject: Of Western Movies

Grab your saddle and settle in cause the OTS crew is talking a ride into the old west. We are discussing the history or Westerns, breaking down how they got started and how they “died”. Plus we look at our favorite and why the western has made such an impact on film.

Serial Dime Novels, Comic, Radio shows, TV and so on but we are here to talk Old West Films

Western Genre is a wide range of films that started when film started and has grown and changed as much as the film industry itself. Typically the films center around the American Frontier in the 19th Century but range from Mid 1800s thru early 1900s

Westerns are more of an American Mythology of the west with a Hero Cowboy and lawless times and the every changing new danger world

When we got talkies, the prototypical Western was Stagecoach, which featured all the things audiences of the '30s wanted – John Ford behind the camera, John Wayne in front of it, dangerous Apaches, Monument Valley backdrops and, of course, a stagecoach.

BURNOUT

  • Cheaply made over produced and formulaic

History

  • 1903 - The Great Train Robbery (first western, silent film)

  • 1910's William S Hart Westerns

    • Silent Film western star

    • also did Ben-Hur 1907

  • 1930's Introduction of the talkies

    • John Wayne Films

    • Higher Production value

  • 1950's

    • Post WW2 Westerns

    • "Sex" Westerns

    • John Wayne still around

    • High Noon

  • 1960's

    • Vietnam

    • The first look at white privillage

    • Birth of Clint Eastwood

    • More Tension, Longer Shots, more violent

  • 1970's 

    • End of an Era

    • Acid Western

  • 1980s

    • Nothing of note

  • 1990's

    • Clint Eastwood Directing and starring

    • Cynical Look at the hero and west

    • High Plains Drifter

    • Pale Rider

    • Unforgiven

  • 2000s

    • Splattering of westerns

Classic Heroes

  • William S Hart

  • John Wayne

  • Clint Eastwood

Types

  • Classic Westerns (1900-1930s)

  • Talkies

    • John Wayne

  • Charro Western 1930s

    • Mexican Influence

    • Singing

  • Comedy Westerns (1940s)

  • Spagetti Westerns (1960s)

    • Sergio Leone and scored by Ennio Morricone

    • Most Noteable and popular

    • Italian Directed

  • Acid Western (1970's)

    • El Topo

    • Keoma

  • Epic Westerns

  • Electric Westerns

  • Contemporary

Why?

  • The western is a canvas of an time to put your own stories, ideas and fable to adapt onto it.

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On The Subject: Of John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum

We conclude our John Wick episodes with JW3: Parabellum (at least until JW4) The OTS crew talk about the evolution of fighting in the three films and how it adapts as the the characters increasingly grow, change and get more exhausted.

How do all 3 films stack up? Find Out in this episode.


Movie Taglines

  • Don't Hunt What You Can't Kill.

  • Tick Tock, Mr. Wick

  • Everyone Is Waiting For John Wick

  • On May 17th, Every Action Has Consequences

  • Some friendships transcend lifetimes. Fake

  • Whats you gonna do when wick comes for you Fake

BOX OFFICE  Released May 17th 2019

Budget: $55 million

Domestic: $57 million

Foreign: $92

Opening Weekend: $57

Opened #1 on going as of recording

Cumulative: $N/A

  • Avengers: Endgame #2

  • Detective Pikachu #3

  • A Dogs Journey

  • The Hustle

NOTES

  • The title "Parabellum" comes from the Latin phrase: "Si vis pacem, para bellum" which means "If you want peace, prepare for war." It is also an alternate name for the ubiquitous 9mm handgun cartridge ("9mm Parabellum").

  • Halle Berry broke three ribs while filming the movie

  • Keanu Reeves has stated in interviews that he does not want the franchise to be destroyed by sequels and the 'John Wick' series will most likely conclude in Chapter 3.

  • The glass-structure where John fights Shinobi 1 and Shinobi 2 in the film's climax cost $4 million to construct.

  • When Winston welcomes John to the glass penthouse he states that they only use that room for special occasions; to see what the enemy is holding under the table. This is a clear tip-off that Winston is now, indeed, John's enemy and no longer an ally.

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On The Subject: Of John Wick Chapter 2

John Wick returns and as we know, “You never stab the devil in the back.” The crew discuss the sequel to John Wick and its ever growing fan base. We breakdown how the world is opened up and how the best killer keeps on going.

Will he ever retire? Probably not because there is a third film but maybe just maybe he will get to rest (in 10 more movies).

What does and doesn’t work in this film, find out.


MOVIE TAGLINE

  • Never stab the devil in the back (real)

  • The Only Way Out Is Back In. (real)


BOX OFFICE  Released February 10th 2017

Budget: $40 million

Domestic: $92 million

Foreign: $79.5 million

Opening Weekend: $

Opened #3 11 week run

Cumulative: $171.5 million

  • The Lego Batman Movie (Feb 10th) #1

  • Fifty Shades Darker (Feb 10th) #2

  • Split (Jan 20th) #4

  • Hidden Figures (Dec 25th 2016) #5

  • Dog's Purpose (Jan 27th) #6

  • Rings (Feb 3rd) #7

  • La La Land (Dec 9th) #8

FACTS

Director: Chad Stahelski

Writers: Derek KolstadDerek Kolstad (based on characters created by)

Stars: Keanu ReevesRiccardo ScamarcioIan McShane | See full cast & crew »



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On The Subject: Of John Wick

An ex-hit-man comes out of retirement to track down the gangsters that killed his dog and took everything from him. Obviously this means we are breaking down the John Wick films and the OTS crew decided there favorite characters, moments and deaths. We also decide what doesn't work in a nearly perfect action movie!

John, is a man of focus. Commitment. Sheer will. Something you know very little about. I once saw him kill three men in a bar… with a pencil. With a fuckin' pencil. Suddenly one day he asked to leave. It was over a woman, of course. So I made a deal with him. I gave him an impossible task. A job no one could have pulled off. The bodies he buried that day laid the foundation of what we are now. And then, my son, a few days after his wife died… you steal his car, and kill his fuckin' dog.

Directors: Chad StahelskiDavid Leitch (uncredited)

Writer: Derek Kolstad

Stars: Keanu ReevesMichael NyqvistAlfie Allen | See full cast & crew »

MOVIE TAGLINE

  • Don't Set Him off (real) (most used)

  • Revenge is all he has left (real)

  • John Wick isn't the Boogeyman... He's the guy you send to kill the f*cking Boogeyman.

  • You don't know what you've got 'til it's... (From Gone Girl)

  • John will come for you, and you will do nothing because you can do nothing.

BOX OFFICE  Released Oct. 24 2014

Budget: $20  million

Domestic: $43 million

Foreign: $ 45 million

Opening Weekend: $

Opened #2 run 13 weeks

Cumulative: 88.8 million

  • Ouiji (Oct 24th) Ranked #1

  • Fury (Oct 17th) #3

  • Gone Girl (Oct 3rd) #4

  • The Book of Life (Oct 17th) #5

  • St. Vincent (Oct 24th)

  • Alexander and the Terrible, Horriblie, No Good, Very Bad Day (oct 10th)

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On The Subject: Of Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 and Beyond!

In this episode we breakdown our predictions on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This includes , movie releases, TV shows, fan casting and more!

Join us and tell us your predictions for the MCU by commenting on the show our on twitter!

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On The Subject: Of Hellboy 2019

Is Hellboy 2019 one hell of a time? OR a flaming mess of a movie? Lets discuss in the episode of On The Subject (spoiler warnings)


MOVIE TAGLINE

(All Real tags total 13) WHY?

  • Demons Have Demons Too.

  • Legendary AF

  • This April, raise some hell.

  • Raise Some Hell

  • Give Evil Hell

  • Save the World for the Hell of It

  • Mess With The Devil, You Get The Horns

  • One Hell of a Superhero

  • Demon. Hero. Hellboy.

  • When The World Needed Superheroes, We Got What We Deserved.

  • Meet Your New Hero

  • He's got demons.

  • Darkness calls.

BOX OFFICE  Released April 12th 2019

Budget: $50 million

Domestic: $19.7 million

Foreign: $ N/A (at time of recording)

Opening Weekend: $12 million

Opened #3 (run time N/A)

  •  Shazam! (April 5th) #1

  • Little (April 12th) #2

  • Pet Semetery (April 5th) #4

  • Dumbo (March 29th) #5

  • Capt. Marvel (March 8th) #6

  • US (March 22nd) #7

  • After (April 12th)

  • Missing Link (April 12th)

REVIEWS

  • Critics- 31/100

  • Users- 5.3/10


FACTS

Director: Neil Marshall

Writers: Andrew Cosby (screenplay by), Mike Mignola (based on the Dark Horse Comic Book "Hellboy" created by)

Stars: David HarbourMilla JovovichIan McShane | See full cast & crew »


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On The Subject: Of Hellboy II: The Golden Army

We return to follow up Del Toro’s hit Hellboy with the Golden Army sequel. Things stray from Mike Mignola’s work but the world gets bigger. The film was building for a sequel and we find out what happened, what worked and what missed the mark in the episode of On The Subject.

BOX OFFICE  Released July 11 2008

Budget: $85 million

Domestic: $75,985,503

Foreign: $84,401,560

Opening Weekend: $

Opened #1 run  10weeks

Cumulative: $160 million

  • July 2nd Hancock

  • July 3 The Wackness

  • July 11 Meet Dave

  • July 11 Journey to the center of the earth

  • July 18th Mama Mia!

  • July 18th The Dark Knight

Director: Guillermo del Toro

Writers: Guillermo del Toro (screenplay), Guillermo del Toro (screen story) | 2 more credits »

Stars: Ron PerlmanDoug JonesSelma Blair | See full cast & crew »


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On The Subject: Of Hellboy (2004)

The right hand of the devil or hero? Lets find out as we dive into the dark depths of Hellboy direct by Guillermo del Toro. and follow the adventures of Hellboy- Ron Pearlman and Abe-Sapien- Doug Jones.

FACTS

Director: Guillermo del Toro

Writers: Guillermo del Toro (screenplay), Guillermo del Toro (screen story) | 2 more credits »

Stars: Ron PerlmanDoug JonesSelma Blair | See full cast & crew »

BOX OFFICE  Released April 2 2004

Budget: $66,000,000

Domestic: $59,623,958

Foreign: $39,695,029

Worldwide: $99,318,987

Opening Weekend: $23 milliom

Opened #1 run 10 weeks

Cumulative: $132,000,000

  • Dawn of the Dead March 19th

  • Eternal Sunshine March 19th

  • The Lady Killers March 26th

  • Scooby Doo 2 March 26th

  • Jersey Girl March 26th

  • Home on the range April 2

  • The Girl Next Door April 9th

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Of Comic Book TV Show History

Taking a break from film series, Zach and Logan discuss the history of Comic Book TV shows from everything past present and future! We also talk about how the future of the TV show/ comic shows and how they will continue to grow and change!

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PAST

  • Adventures of Superman

    • 1952-1958

  • Adam West Batman

    • 1966-1968

  • Shazam!

    • 1974-1976

  • Wonder Woman

    • 1975-1979

  • The Incredible Hulk

    • 1977-1982

  • Swamp Thing Series:

    • 1990-1993

  • The Flash

    • 1990-1991

  • Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

    • 1993-1997

  • Mutant X

    • 2001-2004

  • Smallville

    • 2001-2011


PRESENT

  • Runaways

  • Legion

  • Cloak and Dagger

  • Agents of Shield

    • 2013-Present

  • Flash 

  • Arrow 

  • Black Lightning

  • Gotham

  • Super girl

  • Umbrella Academy

    • 2019-Present 

  • Deadly Class

  • Doom Patrol

  • Titans

  • Riverdale

  • Happy!

  • iZombie

    • 2015-Present

  • Preacher

    • 2016-Present


FUTURE

  • Watchmen

  • Y: The Last Man

  • The Boys

  • Stargirl

  • Swampthing

  • Howard the Duck

  • MODOK

  • Batwoman

  • East of West

  • Essex County

  • Gideon Falls

  • Sweet Tooth

  • Harrow County

  • Locke & Key

  • Lazarus

  • Invincible

  • Five Ghosts

  • MIND MGMT

  • Loki

  • Scarlet Witch

  • Flacon/Winter Solider

  • Southern Bastards

  • Sex Criminals

  • The Wicked and The Divine

  • MORE+++++

On The Subject: Of Baby Driver

This closes our look at the films of Edgar Wright and the extended Cornetto Trilogy. We end with One Killer Track about Baby Driver and the culmination of everything Wright has worked on to get to this point and put our a fast paced action film full of sweet music and fun comedy.

MOVIE POSTER QUOTE

  • "All You Need is One Killer Track"

BOX OFFICE  Released July 2nd 2017

Budget: $34,000,000

Domestic: $107,825,862

Foreign: $119,119,225

Worldwide: $228,104,185

Opening Weekend: $20,553,320

Opened #2 run 16.3 weeks 114 days

  • Transformers: The Last Knight June 21st

  • The Big Sick June 28th

  • Despicable Me 3 June 30th

  • The House (will ferrel, amy pohler)

  • Car 3

  • Wonder Woman June 2nd

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7, a week later)

Director: Edgar Wright

Writer: Edgar Wright

Stars: Ansel ElgortJon BernthalJon Hamm | See full cast & crew »

  • "it’s an action film driven by music, which I think is an apt description.”- Edgar Wright

  • The idea of Baby Driver came about in 1994 when Wright was editing his 1995 debut movie A Fistful of Fingers, which was also his first solo script. At the time, he was obsessed with Spencer Blue Explosion’s “Bellbottoms” (the song that is playing during the first heist in Baby Driver) then began to imagine a car chase and bank robbery set to that song.

  • Some of the movies Wright took inspiration from for Baby Driver included HeatPoint BreakThe DriverBlues BrothersStraight TimeBullittThe Warriors and even the Mad Max franchise. Wright adored how George Miller did Fury Road and credited it to his detailed planning.

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On The Subject: Of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Video Game references, absurd humor and a full cast of characters make up the film known as Scott Pilgrim vs The world.

This episode we are continue to dive into Edgar Wrights career as he adapts a beloved comic and make it work! Does every panel translate to the big screen or is there some glitches along the way? Lets find out.

REVIEWS

MOVIE POSTER QUOTE

  • "A Game Changer"

  • "Get the girl. Defeat her evil exes. Hit love where it hurts."

  • "An Epic of epic epicness"

BOX OFFICE  Released August 13th 2010

Budget: $60,000,000

Domestic: $31,524,275

Foreign: $16,140,284

Worldwide: $47,664,559

Opening Weekend: $10,609,795

Opened #5 run 8 weeks

Cumulative: $132,000,000

  • Inception (July 16th)

    • #4

  • Step Up 3 (Aug 6th)

  • The Other Guys (Aug 6th)

    • #3

  • Eat Pray Love (Aug 13th

    • Opened #2

  • The Expendables (Aug 13th)

    • Opened #1

  • Animal Kingdom (Aug 13th)

Director: Edgar Wright

Writers: Michael Bacall (screenplay), Edgar Wright (screenplay) | 1 more credit »

Stars: Michael CeraMary Elizabeth WinsteadKieran Culkin | See full cast & crew »

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On The Subject: Of The World's End

The boys get back together to talk nostalgia, have a pint and stop an alien invasion. It's time to talk about Edgar Wrights 3rd and final film in the Cornetto Trilogy, The Worlds End. 

Malcolm, Zach and Logan decide which of the three is there favorite film and what does and doesn't work. Plus we discuss the many things to be learned from Wrights film making and how to pay off a great scene through plot devices and music!


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On The Subject: Of Hot Fuzz

 What happens when the best trained and most skilled cop, Nicholas Angel is forced to police in the small town of Somerset? Find out as we power slide into this episode with Edgar Wrights, Hot Fuzz.

We discuss the tight filming/editing of the film and the powerful comedy of visual gags that happen in part 2 of 3 in the Cornetto Film Trilogy.

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On The Subject: Of Shaun of the Dead

 "Let's go to the Winchester, have a pint and let it alllllllll blow over." 

While we get together lets talk about the Edgar Wright fan favorite film Shaun of the Dead! Its got comedy, zombies and killer sound. This team would go on to make cult classics for years and the well known directing of Edgar Wright truly begins here with this film!

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On The Subject: Of The Malcies (movie awards)

On this episode we celebrate the time honored tradition of giving out made-up awards to celebrities and movies. The categories range from our favorite actors/actress to best moments and everything else that we want to give awards. Better than the OSCARS

This year is the MALCIES but it might not just be because we have Malcolm our the host.

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On The Subject: Of Split

Meet the 'horde" known as Logan, Zach, Malcolm and our 23 other personalities as we get into the sly horror thriller sequel to Unbreakable known as Split by M. Night Shyamalan.

Does everything work in this movie or will we be crying out Kevin Wendell Crumb to make it all stop? Find out as we look at the things that work and somethings that don't quiet land in this episode of On the Subject.

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