Episode 43: Hold the Dark & Support the Girls

It’s been a few episodes since Hemant talked Star Wars. In episode 43 he reacts to some recent news regarding the “galaxy far, far, away”. He also re-watched Solo: A Star Wars Story which was just released on Bluray, so he chats a bit about the film, as well as some special features on the disk.

It’s then time for the two featured reviews for the week including Jeremy Saulnier’s latest film Hold the Dark, as well as the indie film Support the Girls from director Andrew Bujalski.

00:41Introduction
1:17What’s Going on with Star Wars?
7:36Revisiting Solo: A Star Wars Story and Bluray Special Features
15:14Hold the Dark (2018)
32:19Support the Girls (2018)
42:57Next Week
45:38Wrap-up

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Episode 25: Solo and Game Night

Hemant underwent some minor surgery this past week and that meant he had a weekend of lying on the couch, as per doctor’s orders. This gave way to being able to work through a few TV series.

In Episode 25 of the Red 7 Movie Cast podcast Hemant gives his final reaction to season 2 of the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why.

And with that lazy weekend on the couch, Hemant was able to also re-watch season 1 of the YouTube Red series, Cobra Kai, re-visit The Karate Kid Part 3, and binge season 5 of Brooklyn 99. He gives some brief thoughts on each of these.

He then gets into this weeks reviews, which include Ron Howard’s Solo: A Star Wars Story, and the R-Rated comedy Game Night starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams.

00:41Introduction
2:14Final Thoughts on 13 Reasons Why, Season 2
7:58Revisiting Cobra Kai, Season 1
9:13Revisiting The Karate Kid Part 3
11:47Brooklyn 99, Season 5
12:58Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
40:59Start of Heavy Spoilers for Solo: A Star Wars Story
47:57End of Heavy Spoilers for Solo: A Star Wars Story
50:14Game Night (2018)
1:01:22Preview of Episode 26
1:02:00Wrap-up

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