Infinite Respawncast – End of 2015 Debates

Chris and Dylan sharpen their knives, detach themselves from any emotional connections, lock themselves in rooms across the country from each other, and yell about the best acting (male and female), best cinematography, best screenplay, best directing and the best scenes in film of 2015. Next week we will have our personal year-end lists for the best and worst films of 2015. There should not be any debates, just lots of us being excited about the year in film.

Click past the Joe Manganiello gif for YouTube videos (separated by category, will be added throughout the next couple days) and the complete list of nominees and winners.

Show Notes:

(4:12) Best Actor of 2015
(49:17) Best Actress of 2015
(102:54) Best Cinematography of 2015
(122:04) Best Screenplay of 2015
(150:50) Best Director of 2015
(161:43) Best Scenes of 2015

You can find more content on the site, as well as get updates on our Facebook page, as well as by following the site on Twitter. You can also follow me on Twitter, or Dylan as well if you want more than just content updates. The podcast will go up on Tuesdays every week, so you can also just come here every Tuesday for a new episode. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, subscribe to us on iTunes. If you feel inclined, leave us a review and rate us. There is a Sticher version of the podcast here, as well. We’ll love you forever. We’re also on YouTube!

Don’t forget, you can react to this podcast in email format, like all the awesome people do. Just send us a response over at respawncast@infiniterespawns.com.

tumblr_inline_nqxdd0me5n1s9pvk3_500

Continue reading

Advertisements

Infinite Respawncast – Shut That Dog Up or We’ll Review Terminator Genisys

Want to listen to two people complain about how boring a movie about robots killing people is? Well, Chris and Dylan burn through a review of Terminator Genisys as quickly as possible so they can get to the stuff they really want to talk about. Dylan talks about the new Michael Fassbender western, Slow West, which is available now on Blu-ray, and later talks about penises in The Overnight. Meanwhile, Chris talks about Mark Duplass being weird in Creep, the latest found footage horror film from Blumhouse Productions. Then Dylan and Chris explore what makes Magic Mike XXL so much fun. But really, you’re all here for the showstopper, which is our take on Max – think American Sniper meets The Guest meets reverse-John Wick. We also spoil some stuff because no one is going to see it, but there’s fair warning. So many movies! Next week, we will be all over that new Minions movie.

Show Notes:

(1:32) Terminator Genisys Review
(17:02) Terminator Genisys Spoilers
(30:33) Slow West
(34:15) Creep
(40:43) The Overnight
(47:54) Magic Mike XXL (Read the review here)
(61:24) Max
(66:19) Max Spoilers
(70:14) New Releases

You can find more content on the site, as well as get updates on our Facebook page, as well as by following the site on Twitter. You can also follow me on Twitter, or Dylan as well if you want more than just content updates. The podcast will go up on Tuesdays every week, so you can also just come here every Tuesday for a new episode. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, subscribe to us on iTunes. If you feel inclined, leave us a review and rate us. We’ll love you forever.

Don’t forget, you can react to this podcast in email format, like all the awesome people do. Just send us a response over at respawncast@infiniterespawns.com.

Magic Mike XXL Review

magic-mike-xxl05

The first Magic Mike became a weird moment for me where now I had to explain to people repeatedly that it’s really not just about sexy men taking off their shirts and thrusting at women. In fact, it was downright depressing at times and often confronted strippers as people bound to their profession. They either strip, or they become aimless in life. Magic Mike XXL is in many ways a response to the first film’s ideologies, and an exploration into what it means to be a male entertainer. Forget the moments of sadness and existential crises – this is a movie that celebrates selflessness and passion.

Continue reading