Sun, 16 October 2016
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back, baby. They catch up on a lot of movies including "The Accountant," Tim Burton's "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," "Deepwater Horizon," "Snowden," Nate Parker's indie sensation "The Birth of a Nation," as well as the slew of news relating to the upcoming Power Rangers movie and Disney's plan to make a live-action remake of just about every animated film in their vault. The guys also talk about the return of "Z Nation" and what's transpired since they last recorded.
Available on iTunes.
Episode 154 includes:
-What's the worst thing to have as a tram stamp?
-Legitimate Power Rangers movie news at last!
-Ben blows the lid off a weird underground exploitation and extortion market involving men tickling each other with the doc "Tickled."
-"Snowden" is Oliver Stone's best film in a long time.
-Is "The Birth of a Nation" worth the awards hype? Uh... no.
-Ben and Nate rave about "Miss Peregine's Home for Peculiar Children" and "The Accountant" and don't get the indifference other critics have shown.
-This Week's Pitch -- None
-Discussion: 'Z Nation' 3x01-06
-The guys welcome back their favorite zombie TV series and quickly recount the first few episodes and the plight of the characters. Give this show a chance, folks.