It’s the direct-to-video sequel to the podcast you didn’t know existed. Your hosts Sara (@SaraSorrentino), Ale (@Sick__66), and Shak (@ShakExcellence) discuss the direct-to-video sequel to the Brendan Fraser film George of the Jungle, 2003’s George of the Jungle 2. The sequel deals with George and Ursula’s struggle with living in the jungle and being a family in the jungle after the events of the first—wait, what happens in the end credits scene? Wow, really? That’s actually what happens? Oh my. Well, I’m sure the hosts won’t spend too much time talking about that… Oh, they do? Okay, well, prepare yourselves, listeners, for so much confusion over the end credits scene and the film itself.
Ernst Stavro Blofield. What a cool name.
What could’ve been just another softcore porn movie, turns out to be a dazzling piece of filmmaking.
The final installment of our long running column aptly finds Manish exploring Hitch’s final film, this black comedy starring Bruce Dern and Karen Black.
A film buried by the release of Goodfellas deserves to have its due 29 years later.
Marcus heads to the Caribbean and the underwater Thunderball.
Hitchcock’s dabbling in the screwball comedy arena is more interesting than entertaining but has a terrific lead performance from Carole Lombard.
This week Marcus heads to Fort Knox and finds the quintessential Bond film.
On the act of self-actualization in the first two films of Shyamalan’s trilogy.
Even with an ambitious opening and a phenomenal performance from Marlene Dietrich, this mystery is ultimately middle-of-the-road Hitchcock.
Bond and Marcus return, for more action and suaveness!