Triple Frontier (2019)

In episode 63 Hemant confesses why he missed recording an episode last week even though he had all the preparation done. It may have something to do with the release of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 video game.

Even though the new format for the show states that there will only be one review per episode, he does briefly talk about Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and why he found it to be so infuriating.

He then moves on to the main review of Triple Frontier, the new J.C. Chandor Netflix film starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, and Charlie Hunnam.

00:41Introduction
1:26Podcast Neglect because of The Division 2
3:46Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018)
10:56Triple Frontier (2019)
25:34Next Week
27:51Wrap-up

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Episode 42: The Predator & Mandy

Hemant ended up recording this episode a day late since he spent Monday night practicing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on his guitar. He still got the episode out on schedule, but he does take a moment to explain what this was all about.

He then gives some brief thoughts on the recent news of a John Clark series of films starring Michael B. Jordan, season 2 of American Vandal, and the first couple episodes of the new Netflix series Maniac from director Cary Joji Fukunaga.

It’s then time to dive into this week’s reviews of Shane Black’s latest film The Predator, and a bonkers film from Panos Cosmatos, Mandy.

00:41Introduction
1:20Guitar Lessons with My Son
4:06Tom Clancy’s John Clark Films
9:53American Vandal, Season 2
13:28Maniac, Season 1
18:17The Predator (2018)
47:23Mandy (2018)
1:00:25Next Week
1:03:08Wrap-up

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Episode 39: Searching, Upgrade, Jack Ryan, Ozark, and More!

There’s a lot to cover in episode 39 of the Red 7 Movie Cast podcast. On this Labour Day long weekend, Hemant worked his way through season 2 of the Netflix Original series Ozark, season 1 of the Amazon Prime Original series Jack Ryan, and a few episodes of the first season of another Netflix Original series, The Innocents.

And for some reason he also watched the 1983 attack helicopter film Blue Thunder which he briefly gives his thoughts on.

It’s then time to dive into the sci-fi action film Upgrade which just recently hit Bluray and VOD, as well as Searching, the debut film by director Aneesh Chaganty that just opened in theaters this weekend.

00:41Introduction
1:18Ozark, Season 2
9:32Jack Ryan, Season 1
19:08The Innocents, Season 1
21:26Blue Thunder (1983)
25:35Upgrade (2018)
38:47Searching (2018)
50:56Preview of Episode 40
52:11Wrap-up

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