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GotchaMovies Podcast #28: Furious Children
October 20, 2014 10:22 AM PDT
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It's a battle this week on the GotchaMovies Podcast. Hosts Ryan Oliver and Jenny Nulf kick off the episode with a review of Jason Reitman's 'Men, Women & Children' before being joined by Taylor Devorsky and Jonathan Romo to discuss David Ayer's WWII action film, 'Fury.' We then move onto the big news stories of the week, including Marvel and DC's plans for the next decade, HBO creating a new streaming service, and Neil Patrick Harris hosting the Academy Awards.

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

GotchaMovies Podcast #27: Cinematic Crimes and Misdemeanors
October 12, 2014 09:17 PM PDT
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This week on the GotchaMovies Podcast, hosts Ryan Oliver, Jonathan Romo, and Lila Stanley discuss a flood of news stories this week, including casting news for "Bond 24" and "The Hateful Eight," new sequels getting the green light, "Twin Peaks" returning to television, and the rumor about Spider-Man joining The Avengers. Then, we put two of this week's new releases on trial. Jonathan talks about 'Dracula Untold,' the origin story of the famed vampire, while Ryan and Lila discuss 'The Judge,' the David Dobkin-directed courtroom drama starring Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall.

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

GotchaMovies Podcast #26: Don't Know What You Got 'Til It's...
October 07, 2014 12:08 PM PDT
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WARNING: This podcast contains MAJOR SPOILERS for "Gone Girl." If you haven't seen the film or read the book, skip the first 40 minutes.

One of our most anticipated films of the year was released this weekend, so it's a cause for celebration on this week's episode of the GotchaMovies Podcast. Hosts Ryan Oliver, Jenny Nulf, Jonathan Romo, and Lila Stanley dive into "Gone Girl," David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel, which we have nothing but praise for. We dive heavily into the film's themes and Fincher's ever-impressive filmmaking style, as well as a discussion of Fincher's career as a whole. Before we wrap up the show, Taylor Devorsky joins in to discuss "Annabelle," the prequel to last year's hit horror film "The Conjuring."

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

GotchaMovies Podcast #25: Not All Films Are Created Equal
September 29, 2014 11:50 AM PDT
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The last week of September has been a busy one, so there's a lot to cover on this week's episode of the GotchaMovies Podcast. Writer Taylor Devorsky drops by to kick off the episode with a recap of the tenth annual Fantastic Fest. Then, hosts Ryan Oliver, Kyle Jenkins, and Lila Stanley discuss the recent casting news for 'True Detective' Season 2 and the pilot for Fox's Batman/Jim Gordon origin series 'Gotham.'

Ryan and Lila also give their two cents on Denzel Washington's latest thriller, 'The Equalizer," while Ryan briefly discusses Laika's new animated feature, 'The Boxtrolls.' Before they wrap up, they each discuss some titles that they are looking forward to for the month of October.

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

GotchaMovies Podcast #24: Of Walrus and Men
September 22, 2014 11:05 AM PDT
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We have quite a bit to talk about this week on the GotchaMovies Podcast, mostly about one film in particular. Hosts Ryan Oliver and Taylor Devorsky get into a lengthy discussion about 'Tusk,' the new horror-comedy from writer/director Kevin Smith, which they both heartily give a #WalrusYes. They also get into a discussion about Smith's career as a whole, their introduction to the filmmaker, and what the future holds for Smith. In addition, we also discuss 'This Is Where I Leave You' and 'A Walk Among the Tombstones.'

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

GotchaMovies Podcast #23: Dissing Your Dolphins
September 15, 2014 12:56 PM PDT
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It's a very loose and candid episode of the GotchaMovies Podcast this week. Hosts Ryan Oliver and Jenny Nulf skipped out on this week's box office champs - "No Good Deed" and "Dolphin Tale 2" - but still have plenty of things to talk about. Ryan gives a brief review of Dennis Lehane adaptation "The Drop," starring Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini in his last film performance, while Jenny gives us an early review of YA action adaptation "The Maze Runner." Then they move onto the week's most interesting news stories, including the "Serena" trailer, "The Imitation Game's" audience award win at TIFF, David Fincher's thoughts on "The Girl Who Played with Fire," and Jenny's most-antcipated films of Fantastic Fest.

You can check out all of our news and reviews at GotchaMovies.com. You can like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @gotchamovies. We are on iTunes, so be sure to subscribe to us there. If you can, leave a comment and a rating. They are always welcomed and they help us know what we're doing right and what we can improve on. If you enjoy this show, be sure to check out the other Podcast that Ryan co-hosts - Over/Under Movies - where he, Oktay Ege Kozak, and Erik McClanahan pick an underrated film and an overrated film in the same vein and discuss them.

As always, thanks for listening!

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