Ronald, Steve, and John take a look at HBO’s bracing and exciting new horror/adventure series, Lovecraft Country, a period piece that deals head-on with the abject racism of America’s Jim Crow era while also delivering genre thrills.
Ronald, Steve, and John worry about the world a little before falling into the brine barrel with Seth Rogen’s latest, a lighthearted comedy newly available on HBO Max called An American Pickle. Is this thing kosher, or are the moviemakers a bunch of dillweeds? Listen and learn.
Three hosts take on one Host as Ronald, Steve, and John dig in to the latest horror sensation, a clever, low-budget experiment called, well, HOST. Also discussed: Disney’s decision to premiere the much-anticipated live-action Mulan as a premium selection on Disney+ and what this move may mean for films and viewers going forward.
Ronald, Steve, and John enjoy a short stay with Dave Franco’s directorial debut, The Rental. See if they would plan on visiting again! Also, John and Steve saw Tom Hank’s WWII action flick Greyhound, and Ronald loved Lucky Grandma. This is what we call an episode.
The guys talk about quarantine hair maintenance, Hamilton’s small-screen debut, the new Andy Samberg/Cristin Milioti rom-com Palm Springs, and the drawback of all these great new streaming services. Plus John runs down a few recent entries in a favorite genre with a new feature, “Horror You Doing?”