Sun, 13 January 2019
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are going without their blindfolds to explain the popularity of "Bird Box," the new Netflix horror thriller where everyone, including your mother, has watched it and has soemthing to say. In honor of the new January release "Escape Room," the guys pitch movies to be adapted into real-life escape rooms and how it would best work. To round out the episode, the guys play America's favorite game, "So Shalit Be," and ring in the new year right.
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Episode 229 includes:
-Kevin Hart may come back to the Oscars, Louis C.K. may come back, but are both wanted at this time?
-Ben shockingly loved "Holmes and Watson." No joke.
-"The Mule" does NOT involve Clint Eastwood putting drugs up his butt. You've been warned.
-"Bird Box" is a Netflix sensation and it's... not really that good.
-This Week's Pitch - Movie Escape Rooms!
-The guys pitch movies to be applied to the escape room concept, including "Panic Room," "The Shining," "Saw" and "Cube," and "Jurassic Park."
-This Week's Game -- So Shalit Be!
-The guys take the movies reviewed on this week's show and give them the ole Gene Shalit blurb/madness treatment that icnreasingly becomes more insane and vulgar.