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A daily entertainment news show, hosted by Collider Senior Producer Perri Nemiroff. Each day Perri leads a discussion with pundits, critics, and personalities about the hottest topics in Hollywood. Start your day with an in-depth conversation about everything you need to know in the world of entertainment.
 
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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

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The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

Wes Evans: Actor, Filmmaker, Director, Writer; Todd Sapio: Actor, Producer, Musician, Athlete

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Cinema lovers unite! Two actors and filmmakers decided to cut through all the fluff and start a movie podcast where they actually discuss the film and not a million other things you don’t care about. Covering the obvious (did you like the movie?) while diving a little deeper (what is Interstellar really about? is there a bootstrap paradox?) we are having an in-depth conversation about movies and see if they hold up to scrutiny, and maybe even inform us about life or moviemaking itself. Becau ...
 
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In this episode, the guys talk about Nicolas Hoult, Nic Cage, and Aquafina being in a movie together, the movie Triplets is reportedly going to start filming, Netflix has found their next big star and reports bonkers streaming numbers for Red Notice, the weekend box office, and Aaron is forced into a high-stakes game for his life.…
 
We finally got ‘Dune’ down under, Alex saw Andrew Garfield in Lin Manuel-Miranda’s new film adaptation ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ and South Park had a massive change up! Plus ‘Hawkeye’ on Disney Plus is both the good parts of the MCU and the bad parts at the same time, also our classic callout movie this week was ‘Dances With Wolves’. Topics discussed thi…
 
We watched The Number 23 and I was barely able to stay awake through this portrayal of the dark, end times of The Truman Show. @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website. (7:45) -Synopsis (8:40) -Review (16:00) -Score (23:30) -Spoilers (1:00:00) – Final Recommendations (1:00:30) – Patreon Thanks (1:0…
 
We show up to Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunset” and discuss: Cinematography, framing; Wardrobe, creating fresh looks without switching outfits; Directing, changing energy for contrast, blocking; Story & Writing, topics of conversation, good excuses to do things; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Did you know that the human voice is the …
 
We talk about cowboys, footballers, mafia bosses and superheroes this episode! ‘Once Upon A Time In The West’ was our classic callout film this week, but Alex can’t recommend ‘Ted Lasso’ enough! We also chat about Ridley Scott being a big whiney boomer and the trailers for ‘Don’t Look Up’ & ‘Spider-Man No Way Home’! Topics discussed this episode: O…
 
It’s really the grade-schooler level diagrams that really sell it for me. This week we review one of my favorites, and I’m still not sure what that says about me. Join us on our break down of The Human Centipede. (1:21) – Intro (5:47) – Synopsis (6:10) – Review (13:15) – Score (21:20) – Spoilers (1:07:22) – Head/Middle/Ass Synopsis The Human Centip…
 
We talk through Richard Linklater’s “Before Sunrise” and discuss: Cinematography & directing, benefit of long takes for actors; Story & writing, 3-dimensional characters, keeping the conversation fresh; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Travel is rich with learning opportunities, and the ultimate souvenir is a broader perspective.“ – Rick…
 
This was a really interesting movie that Bryce loved and David was ambivalent about. If you want to gain access to the full review, head over to patreon.com/horrormovietalk and sign up for the We All Spoop for Ice Spoop tier. That get’s you access to: The Afterpods Early Access to all reviews The Ability to vote for 1 movie a month for us to watch …
 
In this episode, the guys discuss trailers for National Champions, Nightmare Alley, Marry Me, Spiderman No Way Home, Dog. They also hit topics like Train to Busan getting an American remake, a new lawsuit pointed at Alec Baldwin, injuries on the set of The Expendables 4, the Snow White remake, spoof movies, the Harry Potter special on HBO Max, The …
 
We got to see Edgar Wright’s new supernatural mystery/thriller ‘Last Night In Soho’ so we give our thoughts and slight spoiler chats at the end. Plus Alex watched the new Netflix film ‘Red Notice’ starring Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson & Gal Gadot which is expensive. Lastly we do another classic tier list of the major DC Comics films! To…
 
We watched Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin on Paramount+ and I am so pleased with the fresh breath of quality that it has brought to this flailing franchise. While the activity is mostly not paranormal, it ain’t normal, and that’s good enough for me! @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website. (7:45…
 
We secretly inspect Hwang Dong-hyuk’s “Squid Game” and discuss: Iconography of Squid Game; Netflix business model, pros and cons; Odds ‘n ends of the story & writing, ATM PIN significance, is there capitalism commentary, the value of a human life; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “If you owe your bank a hundred pounds, you have a problem.…
 
SPOILERS for No Time To Die & Eternals start at the end of the episode at 52:12! We review the final Daniel Craig James Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ as well as the new Marvel movie in the MCU ‘Eternals’! Oh and we also discuss ‘Scarface’ with an incredible quote from Alex about it’s adjacency to ‘The Godfather’. Topics discussed this episode: No Time…
 
If you mess with the Wendigo, you get the antlers… (1:32) – Intro (6:15) – Synopsis (6:57) – Review (12:52) – Score (18:59) – Spoilers (1:04:43) – Ruin The Movie Synopsis Antlers tells the story of meth cookers inadvertently disturbing an ancient evil, and the middle school teacher and student that suffer the consequences. Keri Russel stars as Juli…
 
We run a lap around season 2 of Jason Sudeikis’ “Ted Lasso” and discuss: Highlights & lowlights from season 2; Missed opportunities; Nicely written characters, complex characters and relationships; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “The spirit of envy can destroy; it can never build.“ – Margaret Thatcher Notes & References: Referee murdere…
 
In this episode, the guys discuss trailers for Morbius, A Boy Called Christmas, Moonfall, The Power of the Dog, and 8 Bit Christmas. They also dive into Eternals and its Rotten Tomato score, Garfield and Chris Pratt, Robert Downey Jr. and Matt Damon joining Christopher Nolan, they decide the greatest Thanksgiving movie, the Box Office, and Trivia!…
 
Alfred Hitchcock might be pretty good, Ghostface is an icon, Forrest Gump 2 nearly happened, Mark Zuckerberg of META should be replaced by an actor & the new Disney Pixar trailer for Lightyear looks great! The wet and wild weather won’t stop us from recording! Topics discussed this episode: Strangers on a Train (1951), The Scream Franchise, Forrest…
 
We went and saw Last Night in Soho and came away impressed but not enthralled. This is a movie that is well made and acted but just doesn’t hold much for me to relate to. That being said, it was an undeniably good twisted thriller that uses a tried and true formula to keep the audience thrown off the scent of the twist at the end. @dgoebel00 on Ins…
 
We take all the time in the world with Daniel Craig’s “No Time To Die” and discuss the: Resourcefulness of Bond; Summoning characters & red herrings; Future of Bond; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “History is moving pretty quickly these days, and the heroes and villains keep on changing parts.” – Ian Fleming Notes & References: Why is R…
 
In this episode, the guys play some games and talk about Alec Baldwin accidentally killing the DP of his new movie Rust, trailers for The Unforgivable, House of Gucci, The Ambulance, Lightyear, Hawkeye trailer 3, Ryan Gosling going from Wolfman to Barbie, Facebook changing its name, early Eternals Rotten Tomatoes score, non-spoiler ratings of Dune,…
 
So many reviews this week! Alex & Steph watched HEAPS including The Last Duel, Dr Strangelove & Skyfall. We also highly recommend Only Murders In The Building on Disney+ and watched George Lucas’ 1973 movie American Graffiti. Also plenty of tangents like why did everyone's Dad “know a guy at work”, The Sims is everyone's vice and Christina Aguilera…
 
Remember how Michael Myers was burned in fire? No you don’t, shut up. He’s fine, he was just resting. This week we review Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers with special guest Bug-Z! (0:59) – Intro (6:09) – Trailer (8:22) – Synopsis (8:49) – Review (12:26) – Score (30:39) – Spoilers (1:08:58) – Halloween Franchise Kill Count Game (1:19:49) – …
 
We sandwalk through Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” and discuss: Cinematography, day-for-night scenes; Writing & directing, the voice, visions; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “You philosophers are lucky men. You write on paper and paper is patient. Unfortunate Empress that I am, I write on the susceptible skins of living beings.” – Catherine …
 
Alex reviews Halloween Kills and turns out they did a mob movie without a real mob? Steph really riles everyone up when she says she enjoyed Quantum of Solace more than the Mission Impossible movies. We share what it’s like within the private Chris Cinema, and we give our thoughts on Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston’s ‘The Bodyguard (1992)’ which …
 
In this episode, the guys talk trailers for Red Notice, Uncharted, Being the Ricardos, The Black Phone, Scream 5, Home Sweet Home Alone, and The Batman. They also talk about first looks at Black Atom, Flash, Aquaman 2, and Shazam 2, Disney pushing back movie release dates effecting Multiverse of Madness, Love and Thunder, and Black Panther 2, Will …
 
We went and saw Halloween Kills and i was shocked by the insanity of the violence at the start and end of the movie, and bored to literal tears by the squishy, awkward middle. @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website. (10:00) -Synopsis (13:00) -Review (14:15) -Score (23:15) -Spoilers (59:00) – Fina…
 
We bathe in Robert Eggers’ “The VVitch” and discuss: Killing children in movies; Cinematography, natural lighting, setting up a new location; Story & writing, sitting on a moment, and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Betrayal is the only truth that sticks.“ – Arthur Miller Notes & References: Shot in Kiosk, Ontario (wiki) Oregon Trail (video…
 
Yes yes okay it’s the biggest show on Netflix EVER so we finally talk about Squid Game. Classic Callouts this week was the Al Pacino classic ‘Dog Day Afternoon’, but next week should be an interesting one (lol). Alex & Steph have moved on from Mission Impossible to Daniel Craig’s James Bond films, starting with ‘Casino Royale’. Plus, we have a HUGE…
 
We went and saw Lamb, and I’m still wondering about what I saw. This moody and intimate Icelandic horror movie may not have a lot of scares, but it serves up plenty of dread, and will stick with you for a while. (1:31) – Intro (7:03) – Synopsis (7:31) – Review (9:13) – Score (22:59) – Spoilers (58:06) – Rotten Tomatoes Game (1:07:24) – Horror Movie…
 
We take a bite of Zack Snyder’s “Dawn of the Dead” remake and discuss: Austin City Limits recap from 1:04 – 17:33; Entertainment value, iconic moments; Cinematography and editing, little details; Story & writing, iconic moments, smooth exposition; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “A zombie film is not fun without a bunch of stupid people …
 
In this 200TH EPISODE, the guys discuss trailers for Hypnotic, Paranormal Activity 6, Operation Mincemeat. They also tackle the topics of the next James Bond, Disney v ScarJo update, Jason Blum working with Tyler Perry, Russians beating Tom Cruise to make a movie in space, alternative careers for actors, the weekend, and More!…
 
Joker doesn’t hold up after we all finally watched ‘Taxi Driver’ for the first time, wake up your Nonna because we talk about Mafia movies this week, and we learn about what everyone online is talking about, ‘Squid Game’. Topics discussed this episode: Taxi Driver, The Godfather, The Godfather Pt 2, The Sopranos, Netflix’s YOU, Free Guy, John Tucke…
 
We watched Ernest Scared Stupid and were reminded of a simpler time when all you needed for a kids movie was a man with bizarre facial expressions and copious amounts of boogers. @dgoebel00 on Instagram provided this amazing artwork. Follow him and check out his website. (1:10) – Intro (10:00) -Synopsis (13:00) -Review (14:15) -Score (23:15) -Spoil…
 
We open the door to “Let the Right One In” and discuss: Cinematography, hiding adults in the frame; Story & writing, classic vampire rules, using failure to propel the story; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream be…
 
In this episode, the guys talk about the trailers for 13 Minutes, The Harder They Fall, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Extraction 2. They also dive into Illumination's Super Mario cast, Squid Game, Tadum, DC FanDome, Andy Serkis' adaption of Animal Farm, Disney v ScarJo and Disney v Ditko. This episode also looks at the Weekend Boxoffice and …
 
Alex watched the newly released Dear Evan Hansen film adaptation and it’s… well it’s something! The mario cast is 99% amazing and every major movie release is delayed in Australia, thanks eastern states (this is sarcasm, wear a damn mask and stop hurting everyone). Topics discussed this episode: Field of Dreams, Dear Evan Hansen, Truman Show, Cable…
 
We went and saw Malignant, and It had me all turned around. I didn't know if this movie was coming or going. Wan is an experienced filmmaker, but this film makes me wonder if he had brain trauma since Aquaman.(1:27) - Intro(5:51) - Trailer(8:42) - Synopsis(9:07) - Review(15:42) - Score(25:50) - Spoilers(1:02:17) - Make it Better(1:18:01) - OutroMal…
 
We virtually experience Spielberg’s “Ready Player One” and discuss: cinematography, packing the frame, and cheating for the camera; story & writing; special guest Ricky Holm, founder of immersive technology creative agency Chocolate Milk & Donuts; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is fo…
 
Just released, Horror Movie Talk presents the Midnight Mass Aftershow. We'll breakdown each episode of the upcoming seven-part horror series by Mike Flanagan on Netflix with a companion aftershow episode.About Midnight MassWhen Father Paul's appearance on Crockett Island coincides with unexplained and seemingly miraculous events, a renewed religiou…
 
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