Fri, 25 February 2022
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back and looking over their shoulders after a double dose of movies to make them paranoid, the first is Netflix's thriller "The Night Clerk" about an autistic hotel clerk who spies on the guests, and 1998's big-budget conspiracy thriller "Enemy of the State" with Will Smith and Gene Hackman, though not as much Hackman as you remember.
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Episode 338 includes:
-Oscars are cutting categories for TV! Super Bowl trailers! "Doctor Strange 2," "Jurassic World 3," "Nope"!
-Ben finally gets to unleash on "House of Gucci."
-Nate dishes on "The King's Man," "Kimi," and Ben Shapiro's contained thriller, "Shut In."
-"Big Bug" is Jean Piere-Jeunet's return to weird.
-Switch the Pitch -- "the Night Clerk" / "Enemy of the State"
-The guys discuss the 2020 Netflix thriller "The Night Clerk" about an autistic voyeur that is just wrong from many reasons, and 1998's Will Smith paranoia thriller, "Enemy of the State," and then combine the two for a new original sci-fi project.