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Podcast: The Redemption of M. Night Shyamalan?

M. Night Shyamalan’s career of producing good movies has been an unfortunate pattern of hits and misses.

In 1999, Shyamalan hit the blockbuster payload when The Sixth Sense gave the universe the ultimate freaky line that would stand the test of time.

“I see dead people.”

Shymalan’s ultimately created a shock and awe template for his films that left audience members with a twist, with sprinkles of Alfred Hitchcock seen throughout.

But following the horrible, white washed flop of Shyamalan’s 2010 film The Last Airbender the director began what we could easily call a “creative freefall into hell”.

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Tea & Review – Rogue One: A One and Done Star Wars Story

Editor’s Note: The podcast contains spoilers. The written review is spoiler free. 

In today’s world, we live a society that loves to exploit popular franchises to the max.

Example: The Hobbit,  one book that ended up being 3 movies of excessiveness.

Hunger Games, cutting the last book in 2 parts for no good reason at all.

Hollywood loves to pull at our wallets till we’re broke. It has become a norm to say at the end of a film, “Well, I guess we have to wait a year to find out what happens!”

This is why I love, absolutely love Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Rogue One is exactly as promised: a self-contained story that doesn’t pull us into its depths to have us get emotionally invested in the characters and then leave you wanting more.

Rogue One drops us into the Star Wars franchise between the Episode 3 (Revenge of the Sith) and Episode 4 (A New Hope). Because Rogue One exists outside of the known canon of the franchise the storyline is given a lot of latitudes.

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The Bloody ‘Staircase’

Editor’s Note: You aren’t a real podcast till you’ve done a holiday theme, right? Welcome to our Halloween episode where we tackle the first two episodes of the (bloody) true crime docu-series The Staircase. We also talk about a few of our other favorite true crime shows and podcasts like Serial(podcast), Making a Murderer (Netflix) and a few others!

Tea & Review: Captain America Civil War – The Digital Release

Editor’s Note: Any and all characters mentioned are property of Marvel along with any samples of audio we used during this podcast. BEWARE OF SPOILERS THERE ARE A LOT. 

Captain America: Civil War is a superhero movie that critics and audiences agreed were good. Watching the movie it is easy to understand why.
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