Infinite Respawncast – The Minions of Comic-Con

What if Minions worked for Hitler? That’s just how the show starts! Chris and Dylan break down the new family film, Minions, before going into what is a pretty good week for new releases. Three Criterion releases and some great horror and science fiction in It Follows and Ex Machina, respectively. Then Chris explains why you probably shouldn’t bother watching Paul Blart Mall Cop 2, which also comes out this week. Though, I doubt you really needed a reason not to watch it. Dylan actually went and saw a movie you might be excited for: The Wolfpack. If you haven’t been paying attention to the internet, you may not have known that San Diego Comic-Con was happening. Well don’t worry because we’ve got your back. From trailers to some inevitable Star Wars news, one person destroys the other person’s hopes for each individual piece of news. You can thank the Deadpool trailer for this week’s opening track. Prepare for next week when Chris makes Dylan watch Ant-Man for your amusement.

Show Notes:

(3:27) Minions Review
(19:12) Minions Review Spoilers
(31:23) New Releases:
The Longest Ride, It Follows, Ex Machina, Here Is Your Life, The Black Stallion, Hiroshima Mon Amour, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
(37:16) Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
(43:14) The Wolfpack
(50:19) San Diego Comic-Con Roundup
(77:46) Closing Comments

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