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NIACW 187 Network

Not In a Creepy Way

Release Date: 02/12/2017

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brothers Drew and Eric discuss (and spoil) the latest Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead movie Synchronic. It’s great. Along the way the brothers discuss hallucinogens, synthetic copycat drugs, the V/H/S anthology films, and Moon Knight.

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Not In a Creepy Way

What started out as an exploration of epic storytelling by watching all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in order has turned into mostly a monthly torture session for Brother J. He’s a good sport.

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Not In a Creepy Way

The brothers dissect the movie so nice you’ll need to watch it twice (or you might be frustrated by its extreme density). The standouts are John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brother J introduces us to Oscar award winning “Mank,” directed by David Fincher. It’s a beautiful film that’s doing a thing. Whether that thing is completely successful is the matter of the brothers’ discussion

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brother E introduces Drew to the 1985 cult classic “Re-Animator,” which somehow eluded his much-too-young viewing in the VHS era. Watching with modern eyes and in high-definition does this movie no favors

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Not In a Creepy Way

The brothers close out MCU phase two with Ant Man. Brother J is not amused. The other brothers, much more so.

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brothers J and Eric discuss the gorgeous Robert Pattinson, Willem Defoe film The Lighthouse. It’s… batshit crazy but really well done

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brothers J and Drew go back to 1988 and discuss the shortcomings of the Michelle Pfeiffer, Mel Gibson, Kurt Russell film Tequila Sunrise

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Not In a Creepy Way

Brothers Drew and Eric discuss the Lulu Wilson, Joel McHale, Kevin James film Becky. They spoil it, as always, but the movie is worth hearing about whether or not the genre is your cup of tea.

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Not In a Creepy Way

Nearing the end of MCU’s Phase Two is Avengers: Age of Ultron. Drew remains the Avenger defender while J and Eric, while finding the movie fine, weren’t wowed. #avengers #mcu #ultron

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File length 1:27:17

File Size 80.1 MB

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