Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

In episode 61 Hemant is excited to talk about his cure for the monotony of running on a treadmill. If you’ve listened to this podcast in the past there’s a good chance you’ve heard him rant about how much he hates treadmill runs. But thanks to a friend, he is now running using an online virtual running program called Zwift, and he couldn’t be happier.

Once he’s done running through his walkthrough of Zwift he jumps into a review of 2018’s Ralph Breaks the Internet. It was just released on Bluray and was the feature presentation of the latest family movie night.

00:41Introduction
1:07Running with Zwift
7:43Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
19:08Wrap-up

Learn more about Zwift if you’re doing any indoor running or cycling.

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Episode 45: Skyscraper, Halloween, and Apostle

We’re well into October and Hemant is continuing with his horror movie theme for the month. In this episode he starts off with a couple of films he revisited. He ended up re-watching Rogue One: A Star Wars Story while running on his treadmill, and explains why he loves that film so much. He then briefly talks about Iron Man 2 and why that films still works for him.

It’s then onto the feature reviews for the week including Skyscraper the new Dwayne Johnson film that just hit bluray and Halloween, the 1978 genre defining film from John Carpenter. He wraps up the episode by sharing his thoughts on the new Netflix film that premiered at Fantastic Fest earlier this year, Apostle.

00:41Introduction
2:51From the Treadmill: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
11:19Revisiting Iron Man 2 (2010)
14:06Skyscraper (2018)
22:09Halloween (1978)
37:26Apostle (2018)
48:22Next Week
50:05Wrap-up

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