Episode 101: Fury

Fury - Silver Screen SnobsWriter/director David Ayer gives us the tender love story of a man and his Sherman Tank in World War II movie Fury. Hilarity ensues. Between method actor shenanigans from Shia LeBeouf and Nazi stabbing action from Brad Pitt, Fury sets out to tell us that War is Hell. And then tells us again. And then a few more times. We also de-classify the S.T.A.R. labs-sized pile of DC/WB comic book film news and give you the low down on Paul ‘Travis Bickle’ Schrader and his new film.

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Episode 99: Tusk

tuskThis episode we answer the age-old question that has plagued scholars for centuries: is man really a walrus at heart? Hmmm…..(nods sagely) in this Halloween-y episode we dissect Kevin Smith’s new horror flick Tusk and Dave takes us back to a simpler decade, the 80′s, for his thoughts on Halloween III: Season of the Witch, with a cursory glance at other, much more Michael Myers-heavy Halloween films. Boo!

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Episode 98: Gone Girl

Gone Girl - Silver Screen SnobsBen Affleck segues from the Batfleck backlash into Dickfleck. The controversy over how much of Affleck’s penis can be seen in Gone Girl proves to be such a non-issue we completely forget to bring it up in the review. Instead, we discuss the wonderful Rosamund Pike and how Gillian Flynn’s text clashes with David Fincher’s style. Plus, the usual stuff including one of our trademark Ill-titled ‘lightning’ rounds covering Begin Again, Blue Ruin, The Congress, Field of Dreams and Touchy Feely.

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