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'Halloween Kills' Stinks And 'Dune' Ain't 'The Godfather'

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Release Date: 10/25/2021

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Spears returns to talk 'Halloween' train wreck, Carlos loses focus while talking 'Dune,' and the BOYZ take issue with Anthony Cumia dismissing 'The French Connection.'

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