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1. Film Fallout Podcast #2 - Deadpool

Film Fallout Podcast #2 - Deadpool

In the second episode of Film Fallout, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan talk about Deadpool's insane opening weekend box office, Daniel Craig's upcoming cable network show Purity, Bad Boys 3 is confirmed, and Star Wars Episode VIII has some new cast members attached to it. The Blu-Ray new releases are plentiful this week as well, with Black Mass and Steve Jobs headlining the week, along with Charlie Chaplin's The Kid coming to Criterion. Dylan explains why Horace and Pete is both hilarious and extremely interesting, and Chris watched Funny or Die's Donald Trump movie starring Johnny Depp. But most importantly, Chris Penwell joins the two as they talk in-depth about Marvel's Deadpool. An R-Rated superhero movie that is more about the comedy than action? And it made $150 million on its opening weekend? The three discuss how that could have happened with a movie that seemed to only be championed by its star Ryan Reynolds. Another important topic discussed is how Deadpool will affect the rest of Fox's superhero films -specifically their X-Men franchise.

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2. Film Fallout Podcast #8 - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Film Fallout Podcast #8 - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Another week, another Superman movie. Last week, we dissected Man of Steel in anticipation for this week's release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Directed by Zack Snyder, starring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman. Since its release, there has been a really negative reaction from critics, but Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan aren't afraid to go against the grain if it warrants it. Did Zack Snyder make a movie for the fans? Or is that just a convenient way for critical response to be ignored? Can we declare Sad Affleck as the best meme of 2016, yet? First we open with the bummer of Togetherness Season 2 being cancelled, but after that point, its Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice-related news and what came out this week on Blu-ray. That includes Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight and Criterion's Blu-ray release of Bicycle Thieves. Then listen to a really long discussion about Batman v Superman and what we thought about the blockbuster. Next week we will be reviewing Midnight Special (I'm sure Everybody Wants Some!! will be talked about as well). You can find more written content at www.bagogames.com.

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3. Film Fallout Podcast #46 - The Film Debates of 2016

Film Fallout Podcast #46 - The Film Debates of 2016

That's a wrap folks! We can now forget about 2016 and move onto 2017. Last week we did our podcast on the best television of 2016, but this week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan debate the films of 2016. From best actor or actress to the best moments of the year, we go through it all. Below you can find who we decided as our nominees and winners, but listen to the podcast below if you'd like to hear how we got there. This is always a fun time! We also go through a couple other categories like Worst films of 2016 and biggest disappointments, so tune in to find out what those are as well as our own personal top 10 lists. Best Actor Casey Affleck - Manchester by the Sea Ryan Gosling - La La Land Alden Ehrenreich - Hail, Caesar! Mahershala Ali - Moonlight Jeff Bridges - Hell or High Water Best Actress Rebecca Hall - Christine Michelle Williams - Manchester by the Sea Amy Adams - Arrival Emma Stone - La La Land Annette Bening - 20th Century Women Best Cinematography Linus Sandgren - La La Land Bradford Young - Arrival Natasha Braier - The Neon Demon Chung Chung-hoon - The Handmaiden Seamus McGarvey - Nocturnal Animals Best Soundtrack or Score Justin Hurwitz - La La Land Cliff Martinez - The Neon Demon Johann Johannson - Arrival The Lonely Island - Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Gary Clark, John Carney - Sing Street Best Screenplay Kenneth Lonergan - Manchester by the Sea Eric Heisserer - Arrival Mike Mills - 20th Century Women Barry Jenkins - Moonlight Park Chan-wook, Jeong Seo-kyeong - The Handmaiden Best Director Denis Villeneuve - Arrival Jeremy Saulnier - Green Room Damien Chazelle - La La Land Travis Knight - Kubo and the Two Strings Park Chan-wook - The Handmaiden Best Moment or Scene Final Dance at Seb's - La La Land Gut Buster - Green Room The Diner - Moonlight Would that It Were So Simple - Hail, Caesar! Rapper's Delight - Everybody Wants Some!! First Contact - Arrival Confrontation and Closure? - Manchester by the Sea Shootout - Hell or High Water Work Party - Toni Erdmann Mr. Fahrenheit - Hardcore Henry Next week, we'll be reviewing Patriot's Day since Sleepless doesn't seem to be opening anywhere near us.

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4. Film Fallout Podcast #62 - We Are The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Film Fallout Podcast #62 - We Are The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

We're back, a-holes! Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan have returned from the cosmic Marvel universe to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy, directed by James Gunn again. Once again, the film stars all your Guardians and a few new cast members like Kurt Russell and Elizabeth Debicki. We talk about the film's humor, soundtrack, and visuals, which are all par for the course in this series. However, we also discuss the weirdly dark nature of the film, as well as the development of the film's central villain. Oh, and I guess we don't agree on Baby Groot. As always though, we have our news and Blu-ray releases to discuss. This week, you don't have many options other than to purchase the Director's Definitive Edition of Heat, presuming you don't already own the movie. For things to watch from this year though, we also talked about The Most Hated Woman in America and We Are The Flesh. Next week, we will return with our review of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Film Fallout is a weekly podcast about film and television. Every week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss news happening in the industry, blu-ray releases coming out this week, what they’ve been watching, and then a review of one movie. You can listen to it on SoundCloud, iTunes, or on BagoGames. Also follow us on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes magic. We are both on Twitter, if you’d like to follow us there. Chris is @HammerkopCross, Dylan is @DreaminDylanS, and you can follow the podcast @Filmfalloutcast. And finally, there is a Facebook page for the podcast if you’d like to ‘like’ us on that.

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5. Film Fallout Podcast #39 - Fantastic Beasts at The Edge of Seventeen

Film Fallout Podcast #39 - Fantastic Beasts at The Edge of Seventeen

Greetings no-maj's, and welcome to a podcast that talks about a lot of stuff your world simply won't be able to comprehend. Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan recount the adventures of Newt Scamander in the new film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Directed by David Yates, written by JK Rowling and starring Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller, Katherine Waterston, Colin Farrell, and Dan Fogler, this is a prequel to the events of the Harry Potter films. We talk all about our distaste for David Yates, whether the film is fun or just too dark, and Chris shares his theory for how this will tie in more directly with the Harry Potter films. We also have plenty of blu-ray releases including Kubo and the Two Strings (which we reviewed), and Dylan has a bevy of news, as always. But more importantly, Dylan watched a bunch more movies. He saw The Edge of Seventeen, which many have compared to a John Hughes film, as well as The Love Witch and Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (in 120 frames per second too). It must be awards season! Next week, we will be back with even more films to discuss like Manchester by the Sea, Nocturnal Animals, Loving, and probably Moana.

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6. Film Fallout Podcast #22 - The BFG

Film Fallout Podcast #22 - The BFG

Spielberg is back with a movie that is clearly a DOOM reference, but he refuses to acknowledge it. Instead, the esteemed director plays it off like its a Roald Dahl adaptation about a big friendly giant (BFG). Dylan Schwan and Christopher Cross lift the curtain behind Spielberg's latest and discuss Mark Rylance's performance, the history of Roald Dahl adaptations, why this feels like a film that is from another era, and how much we can stomach fart jokes. In fact, we discuss how much we can stomach fart jokes even more when Dylan talks about Swiss Army Man, starring Daniel Radcliffe as a farting corpse and Paul Dano as the man who finds him stranded on a beach. Also stranded is Blake Lively in The Shallows, which has her stuck on a rock and fighting for survival against a shark. Meanwhile, Chris saw The Phenom, a movie where Ethan Hawke plays an abusive, alcoholic Dad who used to be good at baseball and now exerts all his energy onto his son's baseball career. There's also some news and more deaths in Hollywood to cement 2016 as a real bummer. Plus, the blu-ray releases are plentiful this week. Tune in next week though when we discuss The Secret Life of Pets.

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7. Film Fallout Podcast #105 - Blockers Are Never Really Quiet

Film Fallout Podcast #105 - Blockers Are Never Really Quiet

Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan have returned this week to cockblock you. Along with John Cena, Leslie Mann, and Ike Barinholtz, the new comedy, Blockers, from Kay Cannon is here and ready to tell you why sex is bad. Or is it? Give a listen to how we felt about a movie that had some really bad trailers and sounded like your standard studio comedy with a few gross-out laughs. Blockers was produced by Seth Rogen’s Point Grey production studio but he also released a new Netflix special called Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity which we watched and discuss the highs and lows. Then Chris saw John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place and Dylan saw Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here so we’ve got plenty of great films to converse about. We’ve also got an update on Dwayne Johnson’s standing with the Fast and Furious franchise as well as with Vin Diesel, and we chat very intensely about a possible Westworld season 2 spoiler video that might intentionally be released before the new season (the next day it turned out it was a joke, so it looks like Jonathan Nolan had us convinced). Next week we will be back with a review of Rampage starring Dwayne Johnson. You can find Film Fallout every week on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as anything else that pulls an RSS Feed. Feel free to share the podcast with your friends if you enjoy it, and rate and subscribe on iTunes to help spread the word as much as possible!

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8. Film Fallout Podcast #82 - The Blade Runner Project

Film Fallout Podcast #82 - The Blade Runner Project

A day late, but Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan had to contemplate our very existence and whether not everything in our life is as it seems. Of course, that means we've got a review of Blade Runner 2049 for you from director Denis Villeneuve. The sequel to the classic film stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford in a story we can't talk about without spoiling, but we still manage to give our impressions before diving deep into spoilers. One of our favourite films of the year, The Florida Project, is out in theaters after its festival run so we discuss it in detail and talk about why this film about childhood hit us as hard as it did. It's a light week for Blu-rays, but the final season of The Leftovers has finally been released so we can remind you once again to watch that show and if you want, listen to our podcast on it. And we'd be remiss not to mention that The Beguiled is also out on Blu-ray, which is another great film from this year that we talked about along with this week's Blu-ray release of Baby Driver. But naturally, we can't avoid talking about the news of the week regarding Harvey Weinstein and the string of accusations levied against him. We hold off on getting dour until then but it's an important conversation to have. Next week, tune back in for our review of Brawl in Cell Block 99. Film Fallout is a weekly podcast about film and television, hosted on BagoGames.com. Every week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss news happening in the industry, blu-ray releases coming out this week, what they’ve been watching, and then a review of one movie. You can listen to it on SoundCloud, iTunes, or on BagoGames. Also follow us on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes magic. We are both on Twitter, if you’d like to follow us there. Chris is @HammerkopCross, Dylan is @DreaminDylanS, and you can follow the podcast @Filmfalloutcast. And finally, there is a Facebook page for the podcast if you’d like to ‘like’ us on that.

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9. Film Fallout Podcast #98 - Panther Like a Black Panther

Film Fallout Podcast #98 - Panther Like a Black Panther

Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan welcome Ryan Coogler to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Black Panther. We delve into the world of Wakanda, the racial politics at hand with the character of Killmonger, and how much we wanted Run The Jewels to do the original music. This week, Chris saw the newest Nicolas Cage movie, Looking Glass, and got to see Game Night before it releases this Friday. Meanwhile, Dylan talks about two Netflix originals: The Ritual and On Body and Soul. There’s also our usual handful of Blu-rays and news, with Sean Baker’s The Florida Project being our obvious Blu-ray pick of the week. Next week, we return with reviews of two science fiction films including Mute and our big review: Annihilation.

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10. Film Fallout Podcast #40 - Nocturnal Animals by the Sea

Film Fallout Podcast #40 - Nocturnal Animals by the Sea

Another week deeper into Oscar season and we've got a bunch of big hitters to discuss. Not content with reviewing one movie this week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss several big releases that will likely vie for award consideration. The two big ones we discuss, however, are Manchester by the Sea (listen to Dylan discuss it as part of VIFF 2016) and Nocturnal Animals (listen to Chris discuss it as part of TIFF 2016, and read his review here). The former is directed by Kenneth Lonergan, and stars Casey Affleck, Lucas Hedges, Kyle Chandler and Michelle Williams. Meanwhile, the latter is directed by Tom Ford, with a cast that is comprised of Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon and a bunch of other well-known actors in small roles. We talk about how these films might play out come Oscar time, and where they stand for our own personal lists. However, that's not all we discuss. Dylan saw Moana so I let him talk about the recent Disney release. I saw Captain Fantastic and quickly try to convince Dylan he should watch it. Then we both indulge in the latest Jeff Nichols' film, Loving, starring Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga. His second film this year, in fact. We also explore the third season of You're The Worst, a show that you should definitely be watching if you're not already. For some reason, Dylan wants to hear me talk about The Shallows, so that happens as well. There's some controversial news to talk about and Dylan's collected a couple year-end lists from other publications, as well as the Gotham Award winners. Meanwhile, there isn't much for Blu-rays this week, but you can listen to us talk about one blu-ray release, The BFG, on a previous podcast. Next week, we will be reviewing Krisha, a film that seems to be getting some love already. It's on VOD, so feel free to watch it and join the discussion.

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11. Film Fallout Podcast #3 - The Witch

Film Fallout Podcast #3 - The Witch

It is episode number three and Chris and Dylan are ready to scare the bejesus out of each other by taking a look at The Witch. Directed by Robert Eggers and starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, and Kate Dickey, this has basically been the horror movie everyone has been talking about since its premiere at Sundance. It is finally out for widespread consumption, and we take a look at whether it is worth the praise. Before that though, we've got Carly Rae Jepsen talk (she was nominated for a Juno Fan Choice Award, but that's it? Come on!), Daniel Craig actually (possibly) being done with James Bond, and how about those Oscars that are coming up? We predict the major ones in competition. There were also some Blu-ray releases this week, including The Graduate on Criterion and Spotlight - one of our favourite movies of 2015, and one that is nominated for several Academy Awards. Next week, we review Triple 9 and the 2016 Oscars.

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12. Film Fallout Podcast #70 - The Beguiled Baby Driver

Film Fallout Podcast #70 - The Beguiled Baby Driver

That's why we're outta here, Baby! Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan hightailed it to the theater to watch Baby Driver this week from the esteemed Edgar Wright. Find out what we thought of the new movie from its soundtrack, to its action, to the casting of Ansel Elgort in the lead role. We definitely have our disagreements this episode and Baby Driver is one of them. On top of that, we watched Sofia Coppola's latest film, The Beguiled, as well as Bong Joon-ho's Okja. And finally, Dylan can talk about The Big Sick, which he also wrote a review. There's plenty to see this week, and if you need a family film, Dylan tells all about Despicable Me 3 and whether you should take your family for Gru's third outing with the minions. As usual, lots of news this week but it's not a great week for Blu-rays. Our pick of the week is Song to Song, but even that lacks any significant special features to warrant a purchase unless you're a big Terrence Malick fan. Next week will hopefully be looking up, but even if it isn't, we'll have a big review of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Film Fallout is a weekly podcast about film and television, hosted on BagoGames.com. Every week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss news happening in the industry, blu-ray releases coming out this week, what they’ve been watching, and then a review of one movie. You can listen to it on SoundCloud, iTunes, or on BagoGames. Also follow us on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes magic. We are both on Twitter, if you’d like to follow us there. Chris is @HammerkopCross, Dylan is @DreaminDylanS, and you can follow the podcast @Filmfalloutcast. And finally, there is a Facebook page for the podcast if you’d like to ‘like’ us on that.

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13. Film Fallout Podcast #1 - Hail, Caesar!

Film Fallout Podcast #1 - Hail, Caesar!

Welcome to the first episode of Film Fallout, a weekly podcast centered around movies and television. It was such a rocky start that the typical variety of content that is normally included in each episode was cut down to just our review of Hail, Caesar! Typically, we discuss news going on in the industry, Blu-ray releases coming out, and what we've been watching outside of our weekly film. Next week, everything will head back to normal with a review of Deadpool.

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14. Film Fallout Podcast #26 - Pete's Sausage Party to Busan

Film Fallout Podcast #26 - Pete's Sausage Party to Busan

Welcome to this week's sausage party! Actually, every week is usually a sausage party here on Film Fallout, but this week we get to talk about one instead of just having one. Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan explore the incredibly disturbing truths of food with Seth Rogen's latest venture, Sausage Party. Directed by Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon, this animated film is not afraid to go to very far reaches of the comedic expanse to shock you. But is it too far? And is that all there is to this raunchy adventure? Give a listen to the podcast below to find out our thoughts, and read Dylan's review for his take on the film. As usual, the news of the world is discussed and so are this week's terrible line up of blu-rays (which Dylan wrote a recap for). Our pick of the week ends up being God's Not Dead 2 because everyone needs more Ray Wise in their lives. Chris also talks about the 2006 college comedy, Accepted, for some apparent reason. He also discusses the new zombie film from South Korea, Train to Busan, which places a lot of people on a train with a lot of zombies. Meanwhile, Dylan took a look at David Lowery's (Ain't Them Bodies Saints) take on the Disney classic, Pete's Dragon. Next week, tune in for our review of Kubo and the Two Strings before we take a week off (and so do movies, apparently).

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15. Film Fallout Podcast #6 - 10 Cloverfield Lane

Film Fallout Podcast #6 - 10 Cloverfield Lane

Locked in a bunker, presumably because the rest of the world is dying off at a rapid rate, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan are forced to do nothing but talk to each other for another week. This time, it's about 10 Cloverfield Lane, the sequel to 2008's Cloverfield. Directed by Dan Tractenberg, the film stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, and John Gallagher Jr. Some points of discussion are: does this work as a sequel to Cloverfield? Can John Goodman ever not be great? Why does Mary Elizabeth Winstead's character remind them of You're Next? Chris also saw Kill Your Friends, from Owen Harris who previously directed the movie about Sam Houser of Grand Theft Auto fame -The Gamechangers. Dylan goes back into the vault and discusses why Erin Brockovich is still great and maintains that Julia Roberts is a great actress. There is also discussion of some news that has happened over the past week, including a new way to possibly watch films currently in theaters but at home. There are also a slew of Blu-ray releases that have been released, most notably Brooklyn, Carol, and The Big Short. Next week we will be reviewing The Little Prince and Man of Steel.

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16. Film Fallout Podcast #106 - Rampaging Through the Parent Trap

Film Fallout Podcast #106 - Rampaging Through the Parent Trap

Despite all my rage I am still just a genetically-modified rat in a space station. And from there, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan try to make sense of the grandiosity and stupidity of Brad Peyton’s latest film, Rampage. Reuniting with Dwayne Johnson again, we talk about whether this movie is better than Pacific Rim and why the movie needed more Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Chris also watched Lowlife, a recent release from IFC Midnight who have been cornering the VOD horror and genre film market, lately. And Dylan explains why he watched Lindsay Lohan’s The Parent Trap. The answer is some weird test of endurance and we just need your support through these painful times. As always, there are plenty of Blu-ray releases including the return of Criterions, and our pick of the week: Seijun Suzuki: Early Years Vol. 2 from Arrow Video. Also, what’s up with Cannes and Netflix? The continuing feud leaves us feeling like no one is coming out a winner. Next week, we will return with a review of something on VOD. You can find Film Fallout every week on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as anything else that pulls an RSS Feed. Feel free to share the podcast with your friends if you enjoy it, and rate and subscribe on iTunes to help spread the word as much as possible!

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17. Film Fallout Podcast #16 - The Nice Guys

Film Fallout Podcast #16 - The Nice Guys

Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan turn into really nice guys to tell you about The Nice Guys, which stars Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, who I presume are pretty nice guys. Directed by Shane Black, who is probably also a nice guy, the movie follows two not-so-nice guys acting as the nice guys in 1970's Los Angeles (read Dylan's review). Before we get into talking about that though, Dylan unloads a ton of news including Arrested Development's new developments in how it will air, and the winners at Cannes this year. Dylan also talks about A Bigger Splash, the new film starring Ralph Fiennes and Tilda Swinton, as well as Aziz Ansari's Netflix show, Master of None. Meanwhile, Chris gets deep into the Blu-ray new releases from this week and then the two discuss the pilot episode of Preacher on AMC, starring Dominic Cooper. Tune in next week when Bryan Singer gets his turn in the hot seat with the new film X-Men: Apocalypse.

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18. Film Fallout Podcast #32 - 31 Horizon

Film Fallout Podcast #32 - 31 Horizon

Man, missed opportunity to not watch 31 on our 31st episode. Oh well. Join Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan as they rip apart Rob Zombie's latest horror schlock. Spoilers: this really is not a positive review and if you're going into this thinking we're going to love 31, you're wrong. But we do find some things worth celebrating, even in the slightest. How's the action? The acting? The aesthetic? Find out in the podcast below. But if you want to hear more than just us tearing apart Rob Zombie's latest, we also discuss Deepwater Horizon, Amanda Knox, and The Witness. Well, Dylan talks about them as Chris was far too busy with watching horror movies for October. There's also a bunch of news as usual, and the blu-ray releases of the week. Next week, we will be watching The Girl on the Train, so join us for that and Dylan will be able to discuss The Birth of a Nation. There's also a bunch of VOD and Netflix stuff coming out that we're looking forward to so who knows what we'll be discussing.

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19. Film Fallout Podcast #63 - King Arthur: Master of None

Film Fallout Podcast #63 - King Arthur: Master of None

This week's episode title might be the most succinct there has been for the show. Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan are back to review Guy Ritchie's take on the story of King Arthur, with King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. We examine why this movie feels so much like a video game, how many times Ritchie can use montages to deliver exposition, and how weird this film is overall. Then, we of course talk about Master of None and its second season. Aziz Ansari is back and Dylan managed to binge the entire season already and Chris saw the first four episodes. Oh, and Chris saw Unforgettable which he talks about briefly. We also have our usual news and the blu-ray releases from this week, including our pick of the week: xXx: Return of Xander Cage. A movie which we recorded a podcast for earlier this year. Next week, we'll be back with a review of Alien: Covenant, but stay tuned on Friday May 19th because there will be a special episode where we dissect all of the prior Alien films (excluding Alien Vs Predator and its sequel). Film Fallout is a weekly podcast about film and television. Every week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss news happening in the industry, blu-ray releases coming out this week, what they’ve been watching, and then a review of one movie. You can listen to it on SoundCloud, iTunes, or on BagoGames. Also follow us on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes magic. We are both on Twitter, if you’d like to follow us there. Chris is @HammerkopCross, Dylan is @DreaminDylanS, and you can follow the podcast @Filmfalloutcast. And finally, there is a Facebook page for the podcast if you’d like to ‘like’ us on that.

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20. Film Fallout Podcast #64 - The Xenomorphs Are Not What They Seem

Film Fallout Podcast #64 - The Xenomorphs Are Not What They Seem

Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan are back and are bursting with thoughts on Alien: Covenant. Directed by Ridley Scott, this marks his third entry in the Alien franchise (we did a podcast on all the movies leading up to this!) and the second prequel to the original 1979 film. Is it better than Prometheus? Perhaps the better question is what did it learn from Prometheus and how did it apply that to an Alien film? Well, we dive into those questions and more this week. But there was also a huge TV moment for Dylan this week: Twin Peaks is back. Dylan saw the first four episodes and discusses what it feels like to revisit the Red Room. He also watched some of Amazon's I Love Dick. Meanwhile, Chris saw the first few episodes for the third season of Netflix's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. There is the usual news to discuss and we have a hard time picking just one Blu-Ray pick this week. So really, go out of your way and get both Logan (hear us discuss it here) and Get Out (and hear us discuss that here). Really, these are two of the best movies this year and you owe it to yourself to have them in your collection. Next week, we're back with a review of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, because no, we're not going to sit through Baywatch. Film Fallout is a weekly podcast about film and television. Every week, Christopher Cross and Dylan Schwan discuss news happening in the industry, blu-ray releases coming out this week, what they’ve been watching, and then a review of one movie. You can listen to it on SoundCloud, iTunes, or on BagoGames. Also follow us on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes magic. We are both on Twitter, if you’d like to follow us there. Chris is @HammerkopCross, Dylan is @DreaminDylanS, and you can follow the podcast @Filmfalloutcast. And finally, there is a Facebook page for the podcast if you’d like to ‘like’ us on that.

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