REVIEW: GET OUT (2017) by Ashley Davis

Anticipation:   3/5    I haven’t seen any trailers for GET OUT. The most I’ve seen is an image of one of the characters crying in a close-up. Everyone is buzzing about it, and I honestly haven’t heard a bad thing. I want to see what the hype is all about. Plus, I’m a huge fan…

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PODCAST: KONG: SKULL ISLAND + GODZILLA (2014) ATLANTICSC S02E04

This week, #AtlanticSC covers KONG: SKULL ISLAND and GODZILLA (2014)! We know we’re a week behind on everyone (3 years for Godzilla!), but we don’t care because of reasons. The films star a huge fucking ape and a giant fucking lizard. Budweiser is in there too. Lastly, we aren’t alone this week because we’re accompanied…

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PODCAST: LOGAN AtlanticSC S02E03

Because #AtlanticSC continuously needs to promote itself as a fresh new podcast to be reckoned with, Jason and Lee chose to do like everyone else and have a discussion about LOGAN, the latest film in the X-Men universe, and Hugh Jackman and Sir Patrick Stewart’s last incarnations of Logan and Professor Charles Xavier, respectively. Enjoy…

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REVIEW: FIST FIGHT by Ashley Davis

Anticipation:  2/5   I feel more compelled to see FIST FIGHT because it’s a movie about teachers rather than because I have a genuine interest in the movie itself. I’m always curious to see how comedies portray the profession versus the dramas and biopics. The trailer did look rather humorous, if a bit dumb, so I’m interested…

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PODCAST: John Wick Chapter 2 AtlanticSC S02E02

This week, Jason and Lee discuss JOHN WICK CHAPTER 2 and all the action, stunts and world-building therein. The film stars the man, the myth, and the legend himself… Peter Stormare.  By the way, Jason screwed up again… he used his cell phone to text during the recording, so at around the one hour mark,…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Season 2 Episode 01 M. Night Shyamalan’s SPLIT

#AtlanticSC kicks off its 2nd season with amateurish audio issues… BUT, Jason and Lee have an in-depth talk about M. Night Shyamalan’s latest feature, SPLIT, and his 2004 release, the maligned THE VILLAGE. Both SPLIT and THE VILLAGE star some form of beast, some form of beauty, and… oh wait… what? The conversation becomes somewhat…

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REVIEW: A Monster Calls (2016) by Ashley Davis

Anticipation:   5/5    When I first saw the trailer for A Monster Calls, I thought, “Oh, look, it’s a Groot who can talk.” That thought quickly faded and I was immersed in the visuals, music, and narrative. I’ve been anticipating this one ever since I saw that trailer, and every time since. I know…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.19 Top Films of 2016

Happy New Year! After a short break, #AtlanticSC is ready to kick off 2017 by looking back at their favorite films of 2016. Jason’s and Lee’s respective lists do not necessarily represent what consist of the “best” films of 2016, but rather the films they had the most affection for. Feel free to destroy their…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.18 Rogue One A Star Wars Story

This week, Jason and Lee dedicate episode 18 of #AtlanticSC entirely to Star Wars and the new anthology film entitled Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The film stars lots of planets, Forest Whitaker, and a strange, blind squid that can live out of water and has the same powers as Professor X. Episode 18 Breakdown…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.17 Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

This week, Jason and Lee suck the joy out of Christmas as they destroy George Seaton’s Miracle on 34th Street. The film stars Macy’s department store, sexism, sexual frustration and psychotherapy. Ho, ho, ho… Your hosts also take a dump on the new Transformers: The Last Knight trailer and Clint Eastwood’s Sully, but have genuinely…

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REVIEW: Arrival (2016)

Anticipation:   4/5   Denis Villeneuve has been unstoppable since Incendies (2010). Sicario was one of the best films of 2015. Produced in part by Shawn Levy, the man behind hit Netflix series Stranger Things (2016), and shot by Bradford Young (Pawn Sacrifice, A Most Violent Year, Selma), Arrival seems to want to bring old school sci-fi…

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REVIEW: I, Daniel Blake (2016) by Mark Putley

Anticipation:     3.5/5    You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, similarly you shouldn’t judge a film by its trailer, and that’s exactly what I did. I saw a trailer for I, Daniel Blake the last time I was at the pictures and I thought ‘yes, that’s going to be a good one.’ I, Daniel…

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REVIEW: The Edge of Seventeen (2016) by Ashley Davis

Anticipation:   3/5   Twitter’s algorithm really wanted me to be aware of this movie. Every eighth tweet in my feed was the same ad for it, the one comparing it to the greatest teen comedies of the last three decades. And since I liked their selection of comparison films, I was compelled to see this…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.14: Arrival

Episode 14 of #AtlanticSC has Jason and Lee discussing Denis Villeneuve’s latest hit, the sensational Arrival. The film stars Abbott and Costello and lots of finger painting. Your two favorite hosts also discuss Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, and briefly mention Martin Scorsese’s upcoming Silence. Ep. 14 Breakdown…

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PODCAST: AtlanticSC Ep.12 Doctor Strange

For Episode 12: Doctor Strange, Jason and Lee are accompanied by the guy who wrote the #AtlanticSC theme song, Jason Beaulieu. Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Michael Stuhlbarg and Benjamin Bratt. We also discuss two very important documentaries Incarcerating US, and Ava Duvernay’s 13th, and new features The Light Between Oceans and Tom Ford’s…

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ASC Podcast Episode 3: Hail, Caesar!

This week, amid a few audio issues, Jason and Lee have fun disagreeing about Hail, Caesar! (2016) directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, and starring George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Josh Brolin, Alde… Source: ASC Podcast Episode 3: Hail, Caesar!

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