Archive | February 2015
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In next week’s episode we will be discussing The Italian Job (1969) and The Italian Job (2003). The Italian Job (1969) The Italian Job (1969) is available for streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime. The Italian Job (2003) The Italian Job (2003) is available for streaming on Netflix.
As this week’s episode takes a walk on the dystopian side, Ed and Dean talk about the mash-ups of Batman vs Boromir and Captain America vs the White Queen. Turns out you can be in a big franchise and a smaller sci-if one-off. Equilibrium stars Batman (Christian Bale) as an unfeeling, feeling hunter who suddenly […]
In next week’s episode we will be discussing Snowpiercer (2014) and Equilibrium (2002). Snowpiercer (2014) Snowpiercer is available for streaming on Netflix. Equilibrium (2002) Equilibrium is available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Did you know that Ron Paul was an avid horticulturalist? Us either. This is a very special episode folks. Why is it special you ask? Well, read on, I was just about to tell you. This episode is special because in it we present the greatest contribution to film criticism since the pen. It’s called the […]
In next week’s episode we will be discussing Election (1999) and Alpha House (2013). Election (1999) Election is now available for streaming on Netflix. Alpha House (2013) Seasons 1 and 2 are both available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
2015 Amazon Pilot Season: Salem Rogers, Down Dog, The New Yorker Presents, Cocked – Prime Flix Podcast
Ed and Dean chat about three comedies and one hoity-toity television magazine show, but not before revealing the truth behind Dr. Seuss’ credentials and their own temporal timelines. All this and more as the guys review the 2015 Amazon Pilot Season, part 2! Salem Rogers: Model of the Year 1998 surprisingly features a character named […]
In the next episodes of Prime Flix we will continue our discussion of Amazon’s slate of pilots for 2015. In this episode we will discuss: Salem Rogers Model of the Year 1998, Down Dog, The New Yorker Presents, and Cocked.
Ed and Dean talk about how odd it is that Amazon doesn’t sell pilot’s licenses and how vaccinations can be a divisive topic. Plus there’s some TV reviews, but seriously no pilot’s license? C’mon! This week’s pits friend against friend, Nazi against Kamikaze, and brother against brother as we discuss the first three Amazon Pilot Season […]