Happy Halloween everybody! We're back with a review of a Halloween classic, The Nightmare Before Christmas. 

Neither of us have seen this one before so we caught it on a re-release in theaters. How does it hold up after 25 years since it premiered? Smash that play button to find out what we thought. 

We also debate whether it's a Christmas or Halloween movie and tell a quick tale about the teens in our theater who had clearly been trying to sneak into another movie. 

Liam Neeson as a revenge-crazed Dad using a snow plow to kill bad guys? Please, take our money. 

In today's episode we review the trailer for Cold Pursuit, the latest in the long line of movies where Liam Neeson uses a particular set of skills to take out a bunch of bad guys. In this one, his particular skill is using a snow plow to kill people. 

Yes, you read that right. 

Hunter Killer

We're back with a review of Hunter Killer, the new submarine/Navy SEAL action movie produced by and starring Gerard Butler. In this episode we break down the movie and also talk about Gerard's place as a first ballot We Just Saw A Movie Hall of Famer. 

This past Saturday, the web series Mike wrote and produced called "Mike Works From Home" screened as part of the Chelsea Film Festival. Mike and Elizabeth were on hand at the AMC Loews 34th St. theater in Manhattan to take in the festivities. In this episode we talk about the experience of seeing Mike on the big screen, the festival's filmmaker Q&A, and what it might be like if Mike runs into someone on a movie set that he previously trashed on the podcast. 

Check out Mike Works From Home at Mike's website: https://mikeeltringham.com/mike-works-from-home

Halloween

In this episode Mike reviews David Gordon Green's Halloween, the sequel to the 1978 version of...Halloween. He talks about his bad theater seat location, his theory on why Michael Myers was sent to kill (it has to do with murdering podcast hosts), and what kind of Groupon deal Laurie Strode must have gotten on self-defense dummies. 

Free Solo

In this episode we're reviewing Free Solo, the critically acclaimed documentary about free solo climber Alex Hannold. We also give an in-depth review of the rude ladies who sat next to us. Their obnoxiousness made us want to jump off the side of El Capitan with no harness. 

First Man

In our latest episode we answer a lot of BIG questions. 

Does Jason Clarke's chin appear to be shot in 3-D even when it wasn't? 

Was the moon landing faked? 

Was this movie actually shot on the moon? 

We tell you all that and more in our review of Damien Chazelle's First Man. We also tell you about our awesome buffer zone in an IMAX theater and sick aisle seats, which for some reason people don't prefer to sitting in the center.

We'll never understand why. 

We love our fans. 

We love giving you guys reviews of new movies and trailer each week. Sometimes funny, always honest. 

In this episode we do something a little different. 

In today's episode, we let you listen in while we sign up for AMC A-List memberships. What is that, you ask? And why would anyone want to listen to two people on their phones for 15 minutes? 

As always...download the episode to find out! 

We had a Good Time recording this review of Bad Times at the El Royale. In this episode you'll find out what we thought about the thriller, as well as Elizabeth's opinion on Jon Hamm's Foghorn Leghorn impression. 

You feeling lucky...Punk? 

In this episode we review the trailer for Clint Eastwood's latest directorial effort, The Mule. 

This one polarizes the dynamic duo. But which one of them is pro-Eastwood, and which one is anti? Smash that download button to find out. 

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