Monday, July 27, 2015

Episode 118: Pixelated Wolf

Welcome back everyone to a surprisingly on time edition of Sprecken ze Geek.   This was what we life to call a slow news week which means you're getting quite a bit more blab from the Bat and myself.  This week we give half a review of Pixels, a full review of our streaming movie,  discuss the rule of "third titles", get a little deep and wrap it up with the True Detective season 1 episode 5 review.

For this weeks streaming review we were finally able to watch The Wolf of Wall Street.  Keeping it short and sweet (definitely not like the movie) we both liked it.  Bat really enjoyed it and gave it a 5/5 stars (rare, I know) while I gave it 3/5.  We both agreed that 3 hours was a bit much and that there were more than a few scenes that could have been trimmed to some extent.  But Leo's acting in this one is steller and worth the watch alone.  The movie is just one hell of a roller coaster ride of WTF and did you see that coupled with more drugs that a Hunter S. Thompson novel and Scarface combined. So one way or another give this one a chance and sit back for the ride,

Next week we're going to go a bit more serious with Gone Girl (or as I called it Gone Baby, Gone).  This movie can be found on HBOgo.

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We've also included the most recent episode via the embedded link below

Here are the answers to last weeks Podquestion of what is the worst movie sequel that you've seen?
Bat                    Still Waiting
Hammer            Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
Mando               Spiderman 3
TK                     Starship Troopers 2
Natalie               Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day

For next weeks Podquestion Bat asks what is your favorite Adam Sandler movie?

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That is all for this week's Blogcast. Be sure to tune in next week. Same Hammer Time, same Bat Channel. 


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