Kiss Marry Kill (Extended Version) – Now Conspiring

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Want to play Kiss Marry Kill? This week, we revisit a comment from our Aliens episode where we were given the best KMK choices. Some picks were a no brainer; others were a little more difficult. Play along with us and let us know your picks in the comment section.

We also bring back a shorter version of Bridget’s Science corner, where Bridget gives us two new science facts discovered this year.

Question of the Week: Kiss Marry Kill: The Rock, Dave Bautista and Andre the Giant?

Survey:  Don’t forget to put in your two cents for our podcast name change. Here are the options. Let us know your favorite one in the comment section.

The Projectionists | Part Time Characters | The Voice Over | The Talkies | The Night Shift

SHOW NOTES

00:00 – Introductions

06:30 – Kiss Marry Kill [GAME]

1:12:05 – Bridget’s Science Corner

1:22:08 – Commenting on your Comments

1:32:48 – Movie Releases

Let us know your thoughts in the comments and Sam will read them next week. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook so you can send us direct messages and get podcast updates.

Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and/or Stitcher, where you can also rate/review the podcast if you like it!

You can also download this podcast episode on iTunes and Stitcher.

This Week’s Cast: Maria Garcia, Bridget Serdock, Sam Noland and Jenny Pan

MUSIC
Great Days by Joakim Karud

 

 

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Is ‘Cars 3’ The Best ‘Cars’ Movie? — Cinemaholics

I’ve spent the last seven days or so talking about Cars 3Cars, and Pixar in general, but my recent sit-down with Will Ashton and Kayla Savage on Cinemaholics was a true highlight. We reviewed Cars 3, of course, but we also spent a considerable amount of time discussing the Cars franchise as a whole and why it’s Pixar’s most controversial brand.

We also shared our thoughts on two big movies that released this week: 47 Meters Down and Rough Night. Will Ashton saw the former and Kayla Savage and I saw the latter. Hopefully, you’ll appreciate our newly titled segment at the beginning of the episode, “But Our Emails,” where we took a few minutes to read your messages over the last few weeks.

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The Mini Episode of Animated Movies- Now Conspiring

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And so the coup began. Sam and Bridget got together for a bonus mini episode as a sorry for our terrible ability to stick to a schedule. We pinky promise we will do better from now on. In the mean time, enjoy learning more about Sam and Bridget and their favorite animated movies of all time.

Question of the Week: What are your favorite animated movies?

Survey:  Don’t forget to put in your two cents for our podcast name change. Here are the options. Let us know your favorite one in the comment section. So far, Part Time Characters is in the lead.

The Projectionists | Part Time Characters | The Voice Over | The Talkies |                    The Night Shift

Let us know your thoughts in the comments and Sam will read them next week. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook so you can send us direct messages and get podcast updates.

Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and/or Stitcher, where you can also rate/review the podcast if you like it!

You can also download this podcast episode on iTunes and Stitcher.

This Week’s Cast: Bridget Serdock and Sam Noland

The Mummy Comes At Night — Cinemaholics

I’m still working on putting the mental pieces of my brain back together after sitting through The Mummy, and strangely enough, I’m almost as equally confused about It Comes At Night, A24’s would-be horror classic beloved by critics and ravaged by just about everyone else. Luckily, I had plenty of help on the show this week to navigate these new films and then some.

We finally managed to lasso in Andy Herndon from The D-Cast for the “Mummy” segment of this week’s episode. True, we brought him in for something completely removed from Disney (which he of course pointed out with sharp irony), but as expected, we had a great conversation and will have him back again soon.

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The Late Episode of Alien Covenant- Now Conspiring

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Better late than never. In this super late episode of Now Conspiring, we dive into Ridley Scott’s franchise and discuss what made it so great and whine about all the questions that are still unanswered, even after watching Alien: Covenant.

Before our science fiction rant, we talk about real science in our very first Bridget’s Science Corner! It is quite a treat with a great reaction track provided by our Sam Noland.

Question of the Week: What do you think of the Alien franchise and its influence on Sci-Fi movies?

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Wonder Woman and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Reviews — Cinemaholics

This week on Cinemaholics, I’m joined by special guest Kayleigh Donaldso, writer for ScreenRant and Pajiba. We talked about Wonder Woman, of course, and had a spirited discussion about the state of the DCEU and how we’d rank the movies so far.

Will Ashton was on the show as well to talk about Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, which I unfortunately had to miss this weekend. But I did get a chance to share my thoughts on the first season of Riverdale (finally), and Maveryke Hines tried to convince me to finally catch up on House of Cards now that Season 5 is out.

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‘Alien: Covenant’ Review Roundtable – Cinemaholics

We have a special guest on this week’s episode of Cinemaholics, where we review Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant. Robert Yaniz Jr., TV editor for We Got This Covered joined the roundtable with me and Soundmaster Maveryke Hines to talk all things Alien. Definitely a great discussion.

Later in the show, we spent some time talking about some big movie news and then did a mini-reviews for The Lovers, the latest movie from A24. We also talked about the latest going on with The FlashGotham, and Sherlock.

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