Monthly Archives: May 2020

43: Scoob! Review

Hey again there Cinemaster fans. We’re back with a different sort of program in these different kinds of times. In keeping with our updates on the Cinematic State of the Union we figured we would take on a review of the recently released on VOD Warner Brothers animated film “Scoob!” Its the latest iteration of a multi-decade franchise that generations …

42: WHAAAT???? You Haven’t Seen: (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid/Sixteen Candles)

This one has been a long time coming, kids. We’ve run out of time for this on our last couple of recordings but we have finally gotten around to discussing these two films. And hopefully by now you’ve seen the epic Cinemasters parody commercial featuring the infamous “bicycle scene” in a Juicy Fruit gum commercial. This episode was particularly fun …

Staff Picks 5/16

Hopefully this week’s picks finds you doing well given the relatively insane nature of the world we still find ourselves in at this time. This week we did have a brief glimmer of cinematic hope in the form of a sleuthy great dane with a penchant for devouring wildly disproportionate sandwiches while unmasking would be criminals. That’s right, I’m talking …

40: State of the Cinematic Union Part 2 (Universal VS AMC, Taika Waititi Gets a Star Wars Movie)

We are firmly into the Cinematic desert we never thought we’d find ourselves in and there have been some adjustments in the landscape we’d like to discuss as a living record of our takes on these strange days. First we have to cover the battle of the industries. With Universal Studios recent Video On Demand rental of Trolls World Tour …

Staff Picks 5/9

I had a bit of a revelation that it might behoove me to mark these with some sort of identifier like a date. So there we have a brand new title. What I’ve done is I took the old title of last week’s installment, “Staff Picks” and this time I’ve put the date next to it. It seems like a …

Staff Picks

Its that time again film loving friends. We’ve reached that point in our week where we try and break up the monotony of being quarantines with the insanity of being quarantined. Funny how that one works, isn’t it? By this point I can only imagine that you’ve burned through all the things you were meaning to watch, the things you …