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Real Estate Trends for 2017

by Marketing Team @ WolfNet

Tracking real estate trends is the realtor’s secret weapon for strategizing their sales process. Knowing what to expect gives you the advantage of communicating more clearly what your buyers and sellers can expect in the upcoming season. Setting realistic goals can also help you budget and forecast what your potential earnings could be by the […]

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Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

by @ One of Us

Kate Winslet and Idris Elba are strangers but they both have important dates they can’t miss so when their flight is canceled because of weather conditions, they team up to hire a small plane to fly them to Denver together. Oops. Crash. Mountains. Snow. Mountain lions. Romance? Survival film love story is the name of the game as these two Continue Reading

Detroit transit officer cleared in fatal shooting

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

This week Tyus was acquitted of homicide and felony firearm charges in connection with Morson’s death. In May of 2013 Tyus and Morson got into a fight at a gas station at Eight Mile and Gratiot  “He immediately started hollering and cussing and he pushed me,” Tyrus said. Morson, who was a hip-hop artist, was allegedly trying to sell Tyus some music. But Tyrus’ attorney Arnold Reed, tells a different story. “He was bootlegging DVDs from movies illegally,”  Reed said. […]

John, Monica Conyers ‘reconciled,’ no longer divorcing

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

“They have reconciled … (and) they will move forward as a family united,” said high-profile attorney Arnold E. Reed, who is representing John Conyers, D-Detroit. “Both mutually decided they’re going to make it work and put the effort in and keep (their) family together.

‘I Do…Until I Don’t’ Review

by Davey Peppers @ One of Us

Modernism in the face of post-modernism. Yes, it’s a heady (and obnoxious) way to start off a review of a romantic comedy, but Lake Bell’s I Do…Until I Don’t is not your traditional romantic comedy. Much more than its genre trappings, the movie wisely uses its runtime and tropes to examine the conflict between the growing movement of individualism versus Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 16: Very Potter Musicals

Intern.Cast Ep 16: Very Potter Musicals

by @ One of Us

Grab a hold as we use our ministry stolen time turner and journey into the past. We review the Unofficial Very Potter Musicals that went viral on Youtube a few years back. Whether you are a Potter fan or just very very very wrong this episode is sure to make you sing along.

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

by @ One of Us

This week we go in depth of what it is like to be the Step-Father to the son of Satan. No we aren’t talking about Davey and TJ’s relationship. We are talking about Little Evil on Netflix. Also, Hell freezes over when we review Rememory streaming for a limited time on Google Play. !SEVIL YOREER

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

by @ One of Us

Nicholas Hoult plays famed writer J.D. Salinger in this biopic that features Kevin Spacey as his mentor, Zoey Deutch as his young love, Sarah Paulson as his loyal agent, Victor Garber as his dismissive father, and Dr Venture as…I don’t know, he’s in there somewhere. Ok, so full admission: I (Chris) didn’t see this one but I DID send George, Continue Reading

Why You Need To Watch ‘American Vandal’

by John Eckes @ One of Us

One of the most intriguing things about comedy is its ability to to sneak intelligent thoughts and commentary behind admittedly and purposeful dumb jokes. There is a strict balance you have to hit to make it work, but when it it is done correctly it shocks the audience into awareness and you can watch their eyes as they begin to Continue Reading

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

by Wesley Whitaker @ One of Us

This week Wes and Steve discuss the insane cost of baby toys, Death Note, play some Family Feud, and our Top 5 Back in my Day (i.e. things our children will know nothing about)! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Back in my Day? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

by @ One of Us

Miscast Biopics! Celebrity Love! Fake IDs! What dangers brew when the Conspiracies of Sad Men a-stew? Find out in this Public Axis with Tom Simmons and Jay Whitecotton! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31st, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Geeks@Large Episode 27: Lots To See At SDCC

Geeks@Large Episode 27: Lots To See At SDCC

by @ One of Us

Join Taylor and Steven as they recap some of their favorite news and trailers from San Diego Comic Con 2017, including Thor Ragnarok, Stranger Things Season 2 and Justice League! Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Skeleton Bay Detective Agency Check out our friends at Sweetweenie over on Youtube!

Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

by @ One of Us

Joe and Chris are together again, robbing banks, jumping out of planes, hooking up with the finest of international jet-setting ladies, and reviewing blu-rays and dvds. Check out them doing that last part right here.             

Highly Suspect Reviews: Assassin’s Creed

Highly Suspect Reviews: Assassin’s Creed

by @ One of Us

Michael Fassbender plays a bad dude. After a short ‘when he was young’ segment, the first time we see his character, he’s being trussed up to be given a lethal injection for his murderous crimes. Fortunately for him it’s a ruse, and a big corporation led by today’s version of the Knights Templar that have death row connections have secreted him Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Nicholas Hoult plays famed writer J.D. Salinger in this biopic that features Kevin Spacey as his mentor, Zoey Deutch as his young love, Sarah Paulson as his loyal agent, Victor Garber as his dismissive father, and Dr Venture as…I don’t know, he’s in there somewhere. Ok, so full admission: I (Chris) didn’t see this one but I DID send George, Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

The Lego brand makes it’s third theatrical outing, this time taking from their Ninjago (IE: Ninjas) brand of locking block toy sets and adding a similar formula to their surprisingly accessible and funny first two entries. But does it hold up to the quality of those films? Is third time the charm or does it do harm? Chris, Scott, and Continue Reading

Deliberations of Doom Ep 12: Stephen King Movies Part 1

Deliberations of Doom Ep 12: Stephen King Movies Part 1

by @ One of Us

The Doom Patrol Assembles! This week is the first half of our discussion about the films adapted from Stephen King novels. But we’re not taking the easy way through. No sir. Everybody has already talked about the GOOD ones to death. You know, The Shining, Misery, etc. We give our lip service to his horror films maybe you don’t hear Continue Reading

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‘Gilbert’ Review

by Eliot Nelson @ One of Us

The first time I ever heard the voice of Gilbert Gottfried it was coming out of the mouth of Iago the bright red parrot in Aladdin. Gilbert was one of many great things about that movie, but it was a character that always stuck with me. For decades Gottfried has been known as the wacky, screechy, and his pummel-you-over-the-head-with-jokes comedy Continue Reading

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Whatever you think of Cracker — they’ve been the subject of chart busting platitudes and some indie derision alike — it’s hard to understate the importance of David Lowery’s contribution to popular music. That’s a fact. Beyond his role in crafting earworms that burrowed their way into car stereos in the 90s, his determination to alter the landscape of musical Continue Reading

Public Axis #106: Inappropriate Little (Wo)Men with Allie Amrien & Avery Moore

Public Axis #106: Inappropriate Little (Wo)Men with Allie Amrien & Avery Moore

by @ Public Axis

Books Worth Reading! Inappropriate Parents! Gender Swapping! Eff Jane Austen and listen to Public Axis with guests Avery Moore and Allie Amrien! Recorded on February 5th, 2015 at the Public Axis F-Stop. 00:00 Welcome to the F-Stop!  This week, we welcome back comics Avery Moore and Allie Amrien. Between hosting some excellent (dark) comedy showcases in Austin and being involved a viral Continue Reading

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

by Wesley Whitaker @ One of Us

This week Wes and Steve discuss Lin Manuel Miranda, This War of Mine: The Little Ones, and our Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

Highly Suspect Reviews: Good Time

Highly Suspect Reviews: Good Time

by @ One of Us

NYC has often been visualized as a fantasy land, a nightmarish landscape, or even hell itself, and the film Good Time definitely puts the city into the ‘almost a character in the film itself’ category. Robert Pattinson (yes, that one) has a brother who is mentally handicapped but he refuses to admit there’s anything wrong with him. When he makes Continue Reading

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

by @ One of Us

Whatever you think of Cracker — they’ve been the subject of chart busting platitudes and some indie derision alike — it’s hard to understate the importance of David Lowery’s contribution to popular music. That’s a fact. Beyond his role in crafting earworms that burrowed their way into car stereos in the 90s, his determination to alter the landscape of musical Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

by @ One of Us

Back through the mists of time in the fantastical world of America in 1973, folks got all kinda beside themselves over a big media circus of a tennis match between women’s champion Billie Jean King, here played by Emma Stone, and former men’s champ Bobby Briggs, played here by Steve Carell. It turned into “WOMEN’S LIBBERS VERSUS MALE CHAUVINIST PIGS!” Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Ingrid Goes West

Highly Suspect Reviews: Ingrid Goes West

by @ One of Us

Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) is a bit on the obsessive side. To put it mildly. She’s seriously into fantasizing about having a friendship with an Instagram influencer (Elizabeth Olsen) who lives on the other side of the country. So she packs up and moves out there to insinuate herself into her life and then, of course, everything will be wonderful when Continue Reading

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

by @ One of Us

John teams up with Chris to tackle some of the latest home releases in Blu-Ray and DVD and tell you which not to miss and which you definitely should.               

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

by @ One of Us

Top Horror Franchises! Power Outages! Dance for Your Brain! Swag lean and Charleston shuffle with Public Axis  and guest Avery Moore! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

by Taylor Carlisle @ One of Us

Join Taylor and Neil as they sit down to review the new hit film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel, IT! Just be sure to keep an eye out for any nearby red balloons… (WARNING: SPOILERS BEGIN AT ~34:28)   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Skeleton Bay Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

by @ One of Us

First off, this isn’t a Hunger Games movie. I know, I know, it’s America’s new sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence, in the lead, but this is a film…not for everybody. That’s exactly what you should expect from a director like Darren Aronofsky. His new film features Lawrence as a submissive wife to writer’s-blocked poet Javier Bardem. They live in a big house Continue Reading

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

by @ One of Us

This week Wes and Steve discuss the insane cost of baby toys, Death Note, play some Family Feud, and our Top 5 Back in my Day (i.e. things our children will know nothing about)! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Back in my Day? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

Highly Suspect Reviews: Twin Peaks Episodes 9-11

Highly Suspect Reviews: Twin Peaks Episodes 9-11

by @ One of Us

Our crew of dedicated Twin Peaks fanatics (Chris, Betty, Ian, and Scott) return to deliver their insights, appreciations, and conspiracies around episodes 9,10, and 11 of Twin Peaks: The Return. Give it a listen and let us know if you think there’s something we missed. The outro song is the latest from our own Betty X, “The Nightingale” and you can Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

This week Davey and TJ are back at it again. Davey tells us about his trip to the Toronto International Film Festival. TJ talks about the dangerous and sometimes horrifying life as an Intern on this very site. And finally, the boys bring on all the laughs as we reminisce of the hilarious adventure of the Netflix original First They Continue Reading

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

by Comedia A Go-Go @ One of Us

Miscast Biopics! Celebrity Love! Fake IDs! What dangers brew when the Conspiracies of Sad Men a-stew? Find out in this Public Axis with Tom Simmons and Jay Whitecotton! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31st, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Kate Winslet and Idris Elba are strangers but they both have important dates they can’t miss so when their flight is canceled because of weather conditions, they team up to hire a small plane to fly them to Denver together. Oops. Crash. Mountains. Snow. Mountain lions. Romance? Survival film love story is the name of the game as these two Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

This week we go in depth of what it is like to be the Step-Father to the son of Satan. No we aren’t talking about Davey and TJ’s relationship. We are talking about Little Evil on Netflix. Also, Hell freezes over when we review Rememory streaming for a limited time on Google Play. !SEVIL YOREER

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

by @ One of Us

It’s Steven’s birthday and Neil & Taylor help him celebrate by discussing the new follow-up to a neo noir classic, Blade Runner 2049! Do the fellas think its a worthwhile sequel or is this movie better off lost like tears in rain?   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Continue Reading

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

by @ One of Us

This week Wes and Steve discuss Lin Manuel Miranda, This War of Mine: The Little Ones, and our Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

WHISTLE BLOWER PROTECTION ACT: GUTTED BY THE MICHIGAN COURT OF APPEALS IN POPE V BRINKS, LC NO. 07-707289-CD

by adminAR @ Arnold Reed Law

  MCL 15.362 provides: An employer shall not discharge, threaten, or otherwise discriminate against an employee regarding the employee’s compensation, terms, conditions, location, or privileges of employment because the employee, or a person acting on behalf of the employee, reports or is about to report, verbally or in writing, a violation or a suspected violation of a law or regulation or rule promulgated pursuant to law of this state, a political subdivision of this state, or the United States to […]

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Glass Castle

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Glass Castle

by @ One of Us

The writer/director of the often overlooked (but wonderful) Short Term 12 teams up with Brie Larson again to tell the story of the seriously dysfunctional Walls family. Woody Harrelson is an optimistic drunk and Naomi Watts is a kooky artist and they’re not so great as the parental units in this nomadic tribe they have together. Switching back and forth Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

by @ One of Us

The Lego brand makes it’s third theatrical outing, this time taking from their Ninjago (IE: Ninjas) brand of locking block toy sets and adding a similar formula to their surprisingly accessible and funny first two entries. But does it hold up to the quality of those films? Is third time the charm or does it do harm? Chris, Scott, and Continue Reading

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

John teams up with Chris to tackle some of the latest home releases in Blu-Ray and DVD and tell you which not to miss and which you definitely should.               

Highly Suspect Reviews: Atomic Blonde

Highly Suspect Reviews: Atomic Blonde

by @ One of Us

Charlize Theron has become the new action-goddess and here, teaming up with David Leitch (one-half of the directing team behind John Wick), you know things are gonna go crazy. Theron plays a spy in Berlin on the eve of the collapse of the wall. Somebody over there has a list of all the spies and that’s bad, ok. Theron has Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Wind River

Highly Suspect Reviews: Wind River

by @ One of Us

The writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water shows up to script AND direct this new film featuring Jeremy Renner as a bad-ass hunter up in the frozen climes of Wyoming on an Native American reservation. He teams up with a noob FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to solve the murder of a young girl. It’s a slow burn but Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Atomic Blonde

Highly Suspect Reviews: Atomic Blonde

by @ One of Us

Charlize Theron has become the new action-goddess and here, teaming up with David Leitch (one-half of the directing team behind John Wick), you know things are gonna go crazy. Theron plays a spy in Berlin on the eve of the collapse of the wall. Somebody over there has a list of all the spies and that’s bad, ok. Theron has Continue Reading

Screamcast 140: Take A Death Line To Love Camp 7

Screamcast 140: Take A Death Line To Love Camp 7

by @ One of Us

This week Brad and Sean discuss recent Blue Underground releases: Love Camp 7, Death Line (aka Raw Meat), and 99 Women with Anya Novak (@bookishplinko)! Josh Obershaw has the news. We have helped put together a GoFundMe for Dustin Pace’s family, if you’d like to give please go here. Also, we’ve released a pre-order for a pin that Dustin was Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 369: ‘Detroit’

Movie BS Ep 369: ‘Detroit’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, it’s so hot Jeff is drinking water, here is an iTunes review 4:25 – Detroit review 14:00 – The Dark Tower and Kidnap are two other movies opening this week, but they weren’t screened for critics in Portland 16:30 – Summer Box Office Challenge update 20:05 – Movie of the Month: Dangerous Liaisons (1988) 29:50 – MOTM Continue Reading

Deliberations of Doom Ep 13: Stephen King Movies Part 2

Deliberations of Doom Ep 13: Stephen King Movies Part 2

by @ One of Us

We’re back with the second half (the longer one) of our show about some of the lesser-discussed (but not claw-your-eyes-out-in-pain-bad) Stephen King film adaptations. The Doom Patrol discusses Maximum Overdrive, Needful Things, The Mangler, 1408, and The Night Flier. If you missed the first part of our Stephen King show you can listen to it here. You can follow The Continue Reading

Screamcast 140: Take A Death Line To Love Camp 7

Screamcast 140: Take A Death Line To Love Camp 7

by @ One of Us

This week Brad and Sean discuss recent Blue Underground releases: Love Camp 7, Death Line (aka Raw Meat), and 99 Women with Anya Novak (@bookishplinko)! Josh Obershaw has the news. We have helped put together a GoFundMe for Dustin Pace’s family, if you’d like to give please go here. Also, we’ve released a pre-order for a pin that Dustin was Continue Reading

‘Darkland’ Review

by Eliot Nelson @ One of Us

Darkland is a Danish crime thriller that was almost selected as the country’s foreign film entry into the Academy Awards. As the title would suggest, Darkland is a gloomy film, the lighting almost always low and the outside shots overcast. Dar Salim stars as Zaid, a second generation Iraqi immigrant to Denmark, and respected surgeon with a pregnant wife. Zaid’s Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, an iTunes review, the virtues of New Orleans, the paradox of wives listening to this show, mention of another show with a similar name 7:00 – Patti Cake$ review 15:15 – I Do… Until I Don’t review (Bayer only) 18:30 – Snider saw Wind River and Birth of the Dragon; Hollywood has forsaken us again this week Continue Reading

Is Breaking The Fourth Wall Good For The WWE?

by John Eckes @ One of Us

“Kayfabe” is a word that doesn’t hold as much meaning as it used to. The term means “treating the events in professional wrestling as true and real,” that what is seen in a show was 100% authentic as opposed to a staged production imitating an actual sports competition. For decades kayfabe was protected, wrestlers were expected to be in character Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

by @ One of Us

Darius Kincaid (Samuel Jackson) is one of the world’s deadliest hitmen, now captured by Interpol and agreeing to give evidence against a despotic Eastern European ruler (Gary Oldman). But Interpol has a mole inside and can’t protect him on their own. That’s when agent Rousell (Élodie Yung) calls in her estranged ex-boyfriend Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds), a top-notch bodyguard (but Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Mountain Between Us

by @ One of Us

Kate Winslet and Idris Elba are strangers but they both have important dates they can’t miss so when their flight is canceled because of weather conditions, they team up to hire a small plane to fly them to Denver together. Oops. Crash. Mountains. Snow. Mountain lions. Romance? Survival film love story is the name of the game as these two Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 16: Very Potter Musicals

Intern.Cast Ep 16: Very Potter Musicals

by @ One of Us

Grab a hold as we use our ministry stolen time turner and journey into the past. We review the Unofficial Very Potter Musicals that went viral on Youtube a few years back. Whether you are a Potter fan or just very very very wrong this episode is sure to make you sing along.

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

by @ One of Us

Another epic Vinegar Syndrome episode is here! Rob Hunter from Filmschoolrejects.com joins us and we welcome Stephanie Crawford into the Screamcast Family. Josh Obershaw joins in for the News and BJ Colangelo joins the party late to discuss 11 pieces of smut! Films covered are: My Chauffeur, Snapshot, Nurse Sherri, Red Roses of Passion, Touch Of Genie and much much Continue Reading

‘Drib’ Review – Fantasia Fest 2017

by London Vayavong @ One of Us

“Trolling: The Movie!” would be an appropriate title for Drib, because it feels like that’s what movie is all about. The film is a documentary-comedy about the supposed real story of performance artist Amir Asgharnejad and his foray into the marketing world of energy drinks. The movie begins with a stunningly well-developed montage of commercials that parody energy drink advertisements. Continue Reading

Cops Breaks Three Teeth in Teens Mouth

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

Kalamazoo Michigan teenager gets his teeth knocked out by rouge cop. Attorney Reed plans to file a mulit-million dollar lawsuit against the kalamazoo police.

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

Five and Out 159: Back in my Day…

by @ One of Us

This week Wes and Steve discuss the insane cost of baby toys, Death Note, play some Family Feud, and our Top 5 Back in my Day (i.e. things our children will know nothing about)! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Back in my Day? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

by @ One of Us

Join Taylor and Neil as they sit down to review the new hit film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel, IT! Just be sure to keep an eye out for any nearby red balloons… (WARNING: SPOILERS BEGIN AT ~34:28)   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Skeleton Bay Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Detroit

Highly Suspect Reviews: Detroit

by @ One of Us

Man, what do you say about this? That Katheryn Bigelow better start picking out her Oscar dress now? That people are going to come away from this true story set during the Detroit riots of 1967 scared and upset? That Will Poulter better stay inside for a few months until folks can set their emotions back in order after seeing Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

First off, this isn’t a Hunger Games movie. I know, I know, it’s America’s new sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence, in the lead, but this is a film…not for everybody. That’s exactly what you should expect from a director like Darren Aronofsky. His new film features Lawrence as a submissive wife to writer’s-blocked poet Javier Bardem. They live in a big house Continue Reading

Geeks@Large Episode 27: Lots To See At SDCC

Geeks@Large Episode 27: Lots To See At SDCC

by @ One of Us

Join Taylor and Steven as they recap some of their favorite news and trailers from San Diego Comic Con 2017, including Thor Ragnarok, Stranger Things Season 2 and Justice League! Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Skeleton Bay Detective Agency Check out our friends at Sweetweenie over on Youtube!

Highly Suspect Reviews: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Highly Suspect Reviews: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

by @ One of Us

So, that was a movie we just saw. That’s pretty much what we were saying coming out of Luc Besson’s latest, a sci-fi action film that is kinda a descent into madness. In more than one way. Dane DeHaan plays the protagonist Valerian and Cara Delevigne plays his sister…erm, partner, Laureline. They are an inseparable duo, space-agents (or whatever) that Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Director Noah Baumbach returns with another dramedy about a dysfunctional family. Shocker. But are we complaining? No, because nobody does these things better than he does. This time around, Adam Sandler (yes, Adam Sandler) and Elizabeth Marvel play brother and sister who are reengaging with their half-brother (Ben Stiller) when their irascible artist father (Dustin Hoffman) needs them. Anger come Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

Intern.Cast Ep 19: Rememory and Little Evil

by @ One of Us

This week we go in depth of what it is like to be the Step-Father to the son of Satan. No we aren’t talking about Davey and TJ’s relationship. We are talking about Little Evil on Netflix. Also, Hell freezes over when we review Rememory streaming for a limited time on Google Play. !SEVIL YOREER

Movie BS Ep 369: ‘Detroit’

Movie BS Ep 369: ‘Detroit’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, it’s so hot Jeff is drinking water, here is an iTunes review 4:25 – Detroit review 14:00 – The Dark Tower and Kidnap are two other movies opening this week, but they weren’t screened for critics in Portland 16:30 – Summer Box Office Challenge update 20:05 – Movie of the Month: Dangerous Liaisons (1988) 29:50 – MOTM Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

by @ One of Us

This week Davey and TJ are back at it again. Davey tells us about his trip to the Toronto International Film Festival. TJ talks about the dangerous and sometimes horrifying life as an Intern on this very site. And finally, the boys bring on all the laughs as we reminisce of the hilarious adventure of the Netflix original First They Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 372: ‘The Trip to Spain,’ ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ ‘Good Time’

Movie BS Ep 372: ‘The Trip to Spain,’ ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ ‘Good Time’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, the studios have given up this week (and next), but we saw some good limited-release films 6:00 – The Trip to Spain review 15:00 – Ingrid Goes West review 21:00 – Good Time review 28:50 – Bayer is sad that he has to wait till next summer to win something again; in the meantime, here are this Continue Reading

5 men charged in slayings of 2 Michigan women

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

Lee’s attorney, Arnold Reed, said his client was innocent. Reed said witnesses at a recent hearing in the first case were Cain’s family members, and noted that Conway described the suspect as standing 5-foot7 though Lee is 6-foot-1. “You’ve got relatives of the co-defendant because they want to save their relative’s hide. The girls couldn’t even identify my client as being there. There’s a heck of a lot of difference between 5’7″ and 6’1″,” Reed said.

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Glass Castle

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Glass Castle

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The writer/director of the often overlooked (but wonderful) Short Term 12 teams up with Brie Larson again to tell the story of the seriously dysfunctional Walls family. Woody Harrelson is an optimistic drunk and Naomi Watts is a kooky artist and they’re not so great as the parental units in this nomadic tribe they have together. Switching back and forth Continue Reading

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

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Top Horror Franchises! Power Outages! Dance for Your Brain! Swag lean and Charleston shuffle with Public Axis  and guest Avery Moore! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

‘The Garage Sale’ Review

by London Vayavong @ One of Us

When trying to describe an interactive movie, the first thought that might come to one’s mind is TellTale’s The Walking Dead or Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain. However, this is not the case for The Garage Sale. While a tutorial of sorts is required to understand how to navigate the movie, it is a true cinematic experience. The film follows three Continue Reading

‘Savage Dog’ Review – Fantastia Fest 2017

by London Vayavong @ One of Us

Savage Dog is a good ole martial arts flick, though it should be noted that it is on the gritty realism side of the genre. So instead of wire-fu and magic there is just punching, kicking, and shooting. In Indochina during the 1950s’ and is about Martin Tillman who is a war criminal imprisoned in a makeshift facility run by Continue Reading

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

Public Axis #167: The Conspiracies of Sad Men

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Miscast Biopics! Celebrity Love! Fake IDs! What dangers brew when the Conspiracies of Sad Men a-stew? Find out in this Public Axis with Tom Simmons and Jay Whitecotton! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31st, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

High Profile Attorney Reed and Judge Carter

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

Reed said Carter resigned to “honorably serve the citizens of the great state of Michigan” as part of the Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s team investigating the water crisis. The former judge is “focused now on her passion of securing justice” for the “disenfranchised citizens of Flint,” he said.

Public Axis #165: SUU-PAA KO-RAA!

Public Axis #165: SUU-PAA KO-RAA!

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Song Themed Movie Titles! Relatable Sitcoms! Name Changes! Pucker up for the Super Cola taste of Public Axis with guest Alfred Perez! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 9th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

Public Axis #166: Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys

by Comedia A Go-Go @ One of Us

Top Horror Franchises! Power Outages! Dance for Your Brain! Swag lean and Charleston shuffle with Public Axis  and guest Avery Moore! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 31th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

Five and Out 158: Stage to Screen Adaptations

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This week Wes and Steve discuss Lin Manuel Miranda, This War of Mine: The Little Ones, and our Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations! Enjoy! What are your Top 5 Stage to Screen Adaptations? Let us know! Leave a comment or e-mail us at fiveandoutshow@gmail.com!

‘Firstborn’ Review

by Aidan Harr @ One of Us

A man and woman are walking home at night, making their way down a deserted street. They stop in the middle of the road and are almost clipped by a motorcyclist. The woman calls the man an asshole and he proceeds to violently attack them. This is the opening scene of Firstborn: a scenario which sends the lead character spiraling Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Highly Suspect Reviews: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

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So, that was a movie we just saw. That’s pretty much what we were saying coming out of Luc Besson’s latest, a sci-fi action film that is kinda a descent into madness. In more than one way. Dane DeHaan plays the protagonist Valerian and Cara Delevigne plays his sister…erm, partner, Laureline. They are an inseparable duo, space-agents (or whatever) that Continue Reading

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

by @ One of Us

Another epic Vinegar Syndrome episode is here! Rob Hunter from Filmschoolrejects.com joins us and we welcome Stephanie Crawford into the Screamcast Family. Josh Obershaw joins in for the News and BJ Colangelo joins the party late to discuss 11 pieces of smut! Films covered are: My Chauffeur, Snapshot, Nurse Sherri, Red Roses of Passion, Touch Of Genie and much much Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Lego Ninjago Movie

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The Lego brand makes it’s third theatrical outing, this time taking from their Ninjago (IE: Ninjas) brand of locking block toy sets and adding a similar formula to their surprisingly accessible and funny first two entries. But does it hold up to the quality of those films? Is third time the charm or does it do harm? Chris, Scott, and Continue Reading

Deliberations of Doom Ep 12: Stephen King Movies Part 1

Deliberations of Doom Ep 12: Stephen King Movies Part 1

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The Doom Patrol Assembles! This week is the first half of our discussion about the films adapted from Stephen King novels. But we’re not taking the easy way through. No sir. Everybody has already talked about the GOOD ones to death. You know, The Shining, Misery, etc. We give our lip service to his horror films maybe you don’t hear Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 368: ‘Atomic Blonde,’ ‘Girls Trip,’ ‘The Lost City of Z’

Movie BS Ep 368: ‘Atomic Blonde,’ ‘Girls Trip,’ ‘The Lost City of Z’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, here’s an iTunes review, the clown costume is discussed 3:25 – Atomic Blonde review 16:55 – The Emoji Movie wasn’t screened, which is pretty unusual for an animated film, but Bayer thinks you should see it anyway 18:35 – Summer Box Office Challenge update 22:20 – Girls Trip review (Snider only) 24:00 – This week’s DVDs: Ghost Continue Reading

Public Axis #165: SUU-PAA KO-RAA!

Public Axis #165: SUU-PAA KO-RAA!

by @ One of Us

Song Themed Movie Titles! Relatable Sitcoms! Name Changes! Pucker up for the Super Cola taste of Public Axis with guest Alfred Perez! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on August 9th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, an iTunes review, the virtues of New Orleans, the paradox of wives listening to this show, mention of another show with a similar name 7:00 – Patti Cake$ review 15:15 – I Do… Until I Don’t review (Bayer only) 18:30 – Snider saw Wind River and Birth of the Dragon; Hollywood has forsaken us again this week Continue Reading

The Original Gentlemen: Season 4 – Episode 1: Spider-Man

The Original Gentlemen: Season 4 – Episode 1: Spider-Man

by @ One of Us

THEOG returns but…different this time around. This season we’re keeping our eyes on the funny books and we figured there was no better timing of a character to start that off with than Spider-Man…and all the various related Spider-Characters (although apologies to Jessica Drew). It’s Martin Thomas. It’s Chris Cox. It’s Jason Murphy, and this first half of the episode Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

Highly Suspect Reviews: Rebel in the Rye

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Nicholas Hoult plays famed writer J.D. Salinger in this biopic that features Kevin Spacey as his mentor, Zoey Deutch as his young love, Sarah Paulson as his loyal agent, Victor Garber as his dismissive father, and Dr Venture as…I don’t know, he’s in there somewhere. Ok, so full admission: I (Chris) didn’t see this one but I DID send George, Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Wind River

Highly Suspect Reviews: Wind River

by @ One of Us

The writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water shows up to script AND direct this new film featuring Jeremy Renner as a bad-ass hunter up in the frozen climes of Wyoming on an Native American reservation. He teams up with a noob FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to solve the murder of a young girl. It’s a slow burn but Continue Reading

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

Intern.Cast Ep 21: First They Killed My Father

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This week Davey and TJ are back at it again. Davey tells us about his trip to the Toronto International Film Festival. TJ talks about the dangerous and sometimes horrifying life as an Intern on this very site. And finally, the boys bring on all the laughs as we reminisce of the hilarious adventure of the Netflix original First They Continue Reading

Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

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Joe and Chris are together again, robbing banks, jumping out of planes, hooking up with the finest of international jet-setting ladies, and reviewing blu-rays and dvds. Check out them doing that last part right here.             

Deliberations of Doom Ep 13: Stephen King Movies Part 2

Deliberations of Doom Ep 13: Stephen King Movies Part 2

by @ One of Us

We’re back with the second half (the longer one) of our show about some of the lesser-discussed (but not claw-your-eyes-out-in-pain-bad) Stephen King film adaptations. The Doom Patrol discusses Maximum Overdrive, Needful Things, The Mangler, 1408, and The Night Flier. If you missed the first part of our Stephen King show you can listen to it here. You can follow The Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

Movie BS Ep 373: ‘Patti Cake$,’ ‘I Do… Until I Don’t,’ ‘Birth of the Dragon’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, an iTunes review, the virtues of New Orleans, the paradox of wives listening to this show, mention of another show with a similar name 7:00 – Patti Cake$ review 15:15 – I Do… Until I Don’t review (Bayer only) 18:30 – Snider saw Wind River and Birth of the Dragon; Hollywood has forsaken us again this week Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 270: ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Trainwreck,’ ‘Infinitely Polar Bear,’ ‘Mr. Holmes,’ Comic-Con

Movie BS Ep 270: ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Trainwreck,’ ‘Infinitely Polar Bear,’ ‘Mr. Holmes,’ Comic-Con

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0:00-2:50 – Intro; we’re both in San Diego at the moment 2:50-19:10 – Ant-Man review 19:10-30:45 – Trainwreck review 30:45-32:40 – A call to action at the Perpetual Lunch Fund – http://www.gofundme.com/moviebs 32:40-39:40 – Infinitely Polar Bear review 39:40-44:20 – Mr. Holmes review (Snider only) 44:20-53:50 – QOTW (comedians who deserve starring vehicles and/or biopics) 53:50-1:05:40 – Bayer’s Comic-Con experiences Continue Reading

The Original Gentlemen: Season 4 Episode 4

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Beau, Martin, and Chris talk about some recent comics they’ve been digging, notably Birthright, Shade the Changing Girl, and Mister Miracle. They also talk about difficulties at the Alamo Drafthouse, their favorite comic artists, and more! Subscribers at the brown coat level or above can check it out here.

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

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Darius Kincaid (Samuel Jackson) is one of the world’s deadliest hitmen, now captured by Interpol and agreeing to give evidence against a despotic Eastern European ruler (Gary Oldman). But Interpol has a mole inside and can’t protect him on their own. That’s when agent Rousell (Élodie Yung) calls in her estranged ex-boyfriend Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds), a top-notch bodyguard (but Continue Reading

Infestation: Fantastic Fest 2017 – First Batch of Reviews

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Hi gang! This year we chose to cover Fantastic Fest entirely through video and in our reviews for the films we saw you should come across lots of familiar faces (and voices). Check out our first batch of reviews…

Public Axis #164: Unique Talented Individual

Public Axis #164: Unique Talented Individual

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Hollywood Disasters! Childhood Aspirations! Getting Dissed! Just a few unique talented individuals on the latest Public Axis with guest host Brian Gutierrez and guest Gabriela Tijerina! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on July 19th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Highly Suspect Reviews: Detroit

Highly Suspect Reviews: Detroit

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Man, what do you say about this? That Katheryn Bigelow better start picking out her Oscar dress now? That people are going to come away from this true story set during the Detroit riots of 1967 scared and upset? That Will Poulter better stay inside for a few months until folks can set their emotions back in order after seeing Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 372: ‘The Trip to Spain,’ ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ ‘Good Time’

Movie BS Ep 372: ‘The Trip to Spain,’ ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ ‘Good Time’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, the studios have given up this week (and next), but we saw some good limited-release films 6:00 – The Trip to Spain review 15:00 – Ingrid Goes West review 21:00 – Good Time review 28:50 – Bayer is sad that he has to wait till next summer to win something again; in the meantime, here are this Continue Reading

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

Geeks@Large Episode 28: We’ll All Float On

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Join Taylor and Neil as they sit down to review the new hit film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel, IT! Just be sure to keep an eye out for any nearby red balloons… (WARNING: SPOILERS BEGIN AT ~34:28)   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Skeleton Bay Continue Reading

Movie BS Ep 368: ‘Atomic Blonde,’ ‘Girls Trip,’ ‘The Lost City of Z’

Movie BS Ep 368: ‘Atomic Blonde,’ ‘Girls Trip,’ ‘The Lost City of Z’

by @ One of Us

0:00 – Hello, here’s an iTunes review, the clown costume is discussed 3:25 – Atomic Blonde review 16:55 – The Emoji Movie wasn’t screened, which is pretty unusual for an animated film, but Bayer thinks you should see it anyway 18:35 – Summer Box Office Challenge update 22:20 – Girls Trip review (Snider only) 24:00 – This week’s DVDs: Ghost Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Ingrid Goes West

Highly Suspect Reviews: Ingrid Goes West

by @ One of Us

Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) is a bit on the obsessive side. To put it mildly. She’s seriously into fantasizing about having a friendship with an Instagram influencer (Elizabeth Olsen) who lives on the other side of the country. So she packs up and moves out there to insinuate herself into her life and then, of course, everything will be wonderful when Continue Reading

‘The Prince of Nothingwood’ Review

by Eliot Nelson @ One of Us

Salim Shaheen is one of Afghanistan’s, and perhaps the world’s, most prolific filmmakers. But his is a name probably not known to many outside of the Middle East. Nothingwood comes from Salim himself as he notes that America has Hollywood, India has Bollywood and, as he points to the desert around him, Afghanistan has Nothingwood. At the outset of this Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

Highly Suspect Reviews: mother!

by @ One of Us

First off, this isn’t a Hunger Games movie. I know, I know, it’s America’s new sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence, in the lead, but this is a film…not for everybody. That’s exactly what you should expect from a director like Darren Aronofsky. His new film features Lawrence as a submissive wife to writer’s-blocked poet Javier Bardem. They live in a big house Continue Reading

‘Prism’ Review – Indie Film Gathering 2017

by London Vayavong @ One of Us

Prism is a film of interconnected stories that revolve around different colors that represent various moods and personalities. The premise makes it feel as though the movie is going to be long and artsy. The kind of pretentiousness that contains lingering shots and pompous fluff dialogue. Thankfully, this possibility is not the case. The movie is brief yet poignant, and Continue Reading

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Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

Digital Noise Episode 168: Joe and Chris are Heroes

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Joe and Chris are together again, robbing banks, jumping out of planes, hooking up with the finest of international jet-setting ladies, and reviewing blu-rays and dvds. Check out them doing that last part right here.             

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

Screamcast 142: My Chauffeur Is Nurse Sherri And She Touches My Genie

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Another epic Vinegar Syndrome episode is here! Rob Hunter from Filmschoolrejects.com joins us and we welcome Stephanie Crawford into the Screamcast Family. Josh Obershaw joins in for the News and BJ Colangelo joins the party late to discuss 11 pieces of smut! Films covered are: My Chauffeur, Snapshot, Nurse Sherri, Red Roses of Passion, Touch Of Genie and much much Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

by @ One of Us

Director Noah Baumbach returns with another dramedy about a dysfunctional family. Shocker. But are we complaining? No, because nobody does these things better than he does. This time around, Adam Sandler (yes, Adam Sandler) and Elizabeth Marvel play brother and sister who are reengaging with their half-brother (Ben Stiller) when their irascible artist father (Dustin Hoffman) needs them. Anger come Continue Reading

Support Hurricane Relief Efforts with WolfNet

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Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas in late August.  The aftermath left 30,000 people displaced and at least $70 billion in damages. WolfNet is proud to be a part of the Keller Williams family which is headquartered out of Austin, Texas. As a leading provider of websites and responsive IDX, we have been serving KW agents and […]

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Big Finishing Move: ‘Doctor Who: Survival Of The Fittest’

by John Eckes @ One of Us

Greetings dudes and dudettes, and welcome to Big Finishing Move! It’s that loving little section of the internet where I get to take a look at the works of Big Finish both new and old and determine if they are worth that money we all slave to get or if you are better off getting that double order of fries Continue Reading

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

by Taylor Carlisle @ One of Us

It’s Steven’s birthday and Neil & Taylor help him celebrate by discussing the new follow-up to a neo noir classic, Blade Runner 2049! Do the fellas think its a worthwhile sequel or is this movie better off lost like tears in rain?   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

by Chris Cox @ One of Us

Back through the mists of time in the fantastical world of America in 1973, folks got all kinda beside themselves over a big media circus of a tennis match between women’s champion Billie Jean King, here played by Emma Stone, and former men’s champ Bobby Briggs, played here by Steve Carell. It turned into “WOMEN’S LIBBERS VERSUS MALE CHAUVINIST PIGS!” Continue Reading

The Original Gentlemen: Season 4 – Episode 1: Spider-Man

The Original Gentlemen: Season 4 – Episode 1: Spider-Man

by @ One of Us

THEOG returns but…different this time around. This season we’re keeping our eyes on the funny books and we figured there was no better timing of a character to start that off with than Spider-Man…and all the various related Spider-Characters (although apologies to Jessica Drew). It’s Martin Thomas. It’s Chris Cox. It’s Jason Murphy, and this first half of the episode Continue Reading

Public Axis #164: Unique Talented Individual

Public Axis #164: Unique Talented Individual

by @ One of Us

Hollywood Disasters! Childhood Aspirations! Getting Dissed! Just a few unique talented individuals on the latest Public Axis with guest host Brian Gutierrez and guest Gabriela Tijerina! Recorded at the Alamo City Studios on July 19th, 2017. Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Highly Suspect Reviews: Good Time

Highly Suspect Reviews: Good Time

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NYC has often been visualized as a fantasy land, a nightmarish landscape, or even hell itself, and the film Good Time definitely puts the city into the ‘almost a character in the film itself’ category. Robert Pattinson (yes, that one) has a brother who is mentally handicapped but he refuses to admit there’s anything wrong with him. When he makes Continue Reading

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

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John teams up with Chris to tackle some of the latest home releases in Blu-Ray and DVD and tell you which not to miss and which you definitely should.               

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

Geeks@Large Episode 29: Birth Runner 2017

by @ One of Us

It’s Steven’s birthday and Neil & Taylor help him celebrate by discussing the new follow-up to a neo noir classic, Blade Runner 2049! Do the fellas think its a worthwhile sequel or is this movie better off lost like tears in rain?   Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries at BandCamp!   Check out Taylor’s web comic, Continue Reading

Kym Worthy in the NY Times: Renisha McBride Case

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

After noting that Worthy charged Kwame Kilpatrick with perjury, misconduct and other crimes, Davey quotes one of the ex-mayor’s past lawyers, Arnold Reed: “If she puts the hammer down on you, there’s that old saying, ‘You can run, but you can’t hide.’ She’s relentless.”

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

Highly Suspect Reviews: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

by @ One of Us

Director Noah Baumbach returns with another dramedy about a dysfunctional family. Shocker. But are we complaining? No, because nobody does these things better than he does. This time around, Adam Sandler (yes, Adam Sandler) and Elizabeth Marvel play brother and sister who are reengaging with their half-brother (Ben Stiller) when their irascible artist father (Dustin Hoffman) needs them. Anger come Continue Reading

Public Axis #121: Heads Up, Diva Cup with She’s Crafty Podcast

Public Axis #121: Heads Up, Diva Cup with She’s Crafty Podcast

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Sleeper Spies! Unusual Discipline! Gender Behavior! Bedazzle your diva cups with Public Axis and guests  Brandi Dunagan & Catherine Contreras from the She’s Crafty Podcast! Recorded at the Public Axis F-Stop on July 13th, 2015 Let your friends know about Public Axis on Facebook and Twitter and keep those Facebook comments coming at our Happy Campers group!

Lawsuit to be filed soon in Detroit 911 dispatch delay case

by adminKD @ Arnold Reed Law

Tracey Hightower is desperate for answers. Her daughter, Stacey, was stabbed to death back in May. A registered sex offender followed the 32-year old home from a party and killed Stacey Hightower inside her apartment in Detroit. Tracey Hightower’s attorney says several neighbors called 9-1-1 but Detroit Police dispatchers did not send anyone to the apartment for more than 90 minutes.

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

Somebody Likes It Ep 113: Cracker – “Kerosene Hat”

by @ One of Us

Whatever you think of Cracker — they’ve been the subject of chart busting platitudes and some indie derision alike — it’s hard to understate the importance of David Lowery’s contribution to popular music. That’s a fact. Beyond his role in crafting earworms that burrowed their way into car stereos in the 90s, his determination to alter the landscape of musical Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

Highly Suspect Reviews: Battle of the Sexes

by @ One of Us

Back through the mists of time in the fantastical world of America in 1973, folks got all kinda beside themselves over a big media circus of a tennis match between women’s champion Billie Jean King, here played by Emma Stone, and former men’s champ Bobby Briggs, played here by Steve Carell. It turned into “WOMEN’S LIBBERS VERSUS MALE CHAUVINIST PIGS!” Continue Reading

Highly Suspect Reviews: Twin Peaks Episodes 9-11

Highly Suspect Reviews: Twin Peaks Episodes 9-11

by @ One of Us

Our crew of dedicated Twin Peaks fanatics (Chris, Betty, Ian, and Scott) return to deliver their insights, appreciations, and conspiracies around episodes 9,10, and 11 of Twin Peaks: The Return. Give it a listen and let us know if you think there’s something we missed. The outro song is the latest from our own Betty X, “The Nightingale” and you can Continue Reading

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