Super Film Bros

The weekly movie podcast where anything goes!

Moon (2009)

June 20th, 2018

What's up my film geeks! This week on your favorite movie podcast we've got another exciting episode in store for you! This time we've got not one but two special guests sitting in with us as we go over a bit of light news and then we get into our weekly movie review. As we continue our cerebral Sci-Fi theme this month it's Jeremy's turn up to bat with his pick of 2009's Moon starring Sam Rockwell and directed by Duncan Jones.

This is another film in the vein of a long line of thinking man's science fiction films (not unlike the previous two films we've done this month) Are you getting the sense of a pattern here? I hope so! Because after this week we've still got one more film in store to make you really ponder your place in the cosmos!

Moon is a fairly straight forward story to behold set on a lunar mining base where the only personnel to speak of is astronaut Sam Bell (with a fantastic performance by Sam Rockwell) and his A.I. companion GERTY (voiced by Kevin Spacey). Sam has come to the end of his three year contract of duty and will soon head home to earth to join his family but what soon follows him is a whirlwind of hallucinations, doppelgangers and mystery which often leads you to question quite a few things in the process.

This is a great flick for sure so stick around for the show and join us as we pick it apart through all its ins and outs and ups and downs and discuss the deeper meanings held in the various messages this film instills on its audience. I'll leave you with this one last thought.

The moon is the last place you'd ever expect to find yourself.


Trailer Talk: Episode 1

June 16th, 2018

Alright folks Jose had the bright idea to split this segment of the show into it's own separate thing because stuffing news and trailers and the review were beginning to bloat the usual epidodes close to the two hour mark and we thought it was a bit too long for one show. So here we are coming at you straight from my couch in pajamas no less! This week we've got a bevy of receent trailers we get down on and comment about so have a listen and see what you think! 



June 13th, 2018

Welcome back super film fans to another episode of your favorite weekly movie podcast where anything goes! This week we've got our main man Frank The Tank sitting in with us adding to the ensuing hilarity, while Jose lays all of his adventures and cosplay stories on us from his A-Kon 29 trip this past weekend (all the while shamelessly plugging some random podcast about movies) after that nonsense we get to our round up of mostly Marvel MCU centric news. And finally keeping with our cerebral Sci-Fi theme this month we get into our review of 2016's Arrival starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker.

Arrival is a 2016 science fiction opus brought to us via director Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, Blade Runner 2049) in which Amy Adams portrays linguistics professor Louise Banks who is brought in by the government to communicate with the aliens of one of the twelve vessels that have recently arrived around the earth. Jeremy Renner plays her counterpart in this endeavor as astrophysicist Ian Donnely while Forest Whitaker rounds out the main cast as Colonel G.T. Weber. This is another example of a slow burn thinking man's Sci-Fi so if that's not your cup of tea and you're looking for a fast paced film about an alien invasion with massive amounts of destruction and chaos go watch the original Independence Day (which we so happen to have an episode on!) or it's sub par sequel. This is not a film of super flashy special effects but rather one that keeps you pondering the subject matter long after you've viewed it especially in the instance of this crew. Multiple viewings reveal more and more about the message of the film and its intricacies therein. A great story is present here, one packed with emotional depth and consequence and we think it's definitely worth your time.

And with all of this go on ahead and check out our in depth discussion and review on this flick and please remember it's "ARRIVAL" not "THE ARRIVAL" but maybe go and watch that one too if you're feeling silly and want pre-psychotic break Charlie Sheen goodness.



June 5th, 2018

Hey there film fans after a brief hiatus we're back! Again! This week on the show is a little different without our cohort Wade to guide us through the ever changing landscape that is podcast land, but never fear we will persevere! Ok enough with the rhyming crap... This time we have our special guest Jeremiah hanging out with us to help round out our cavalcade of shenanigans as it were, so after our quick catch up and the news we get down to our weekly movie review of 2018's Annihilation.

Annihilation is a visually stunning science fiction film from the mind of director Alex Garland (Ex Machina) starring Natalie Portman and Oscar Issac. This is a thinking man's SciFi flick for sure, one steeped in heavy handed philosophy (especially to Jeremiah's dismay) but we'll talk about that in the review. The beautiful imagery alone is worth the price of admission, with that being said there are some jarring and disturbing horror moments strewn throughout the film that'll definitely shake those of you with a weaker constitution. The actors do a great job with this material but it's not a dialogue heavy adventure, it takes a less is more approach for sure. One of the high points is noticing the reactions to the situations that the team of scientists encounter in "The Shimmer" where you actually see the psychological toll it starts to take on every character. This movie oozes style and tone by the bucket load so if that's your thing you're in for a real treat.

So kick back and have a listen while the Bros. wax poetic about this intriguing flick (JK) and maybe if you haven't already decide to give this film a looksee. Just don't say we didn't warn you about the shimmer... 


The current state of things

May 30th, 2018

So people first of all sorry there's no new show again this week but I'll get to that here in a sec!

Here's a bit of an explantion on the current state and future of the show as originally posted on our Instagram page in Wade's own words:

"Hello super film fans! For those of you that do read our posts we have an announcement. With a heavy heart..I, Wade C am leaving from the weekly show of super film bros. Everything is fine between me and the boys but as for myself, the cup of drive and motivation has ran empty for the show and at this juncture I feel it's best for me to step aside and let the boys take the reigns. Fear not Jeremy G and Jose D will continue to bring the fuckery and shenanigans! I will pop in as a guest from time to time so I'm not completely gone. Thank you all who have continued to listen and I hope you keep doing so." - Wade C.

With that being said Jose and I (Jeremy) will definitely miss having our dear friend with us week to week but we understand and wish him nothing but the best. Looking forward in the coming weeks we're excitied to bring you new content and maybe mix things up with some new faces and or voices! It's sad to see our friend leave but as they say "The show must go on!" Here's hoping you guys stick with us through this next phase in our evolution and maybe we'll pick up some new listeners along the way! 

Thanks for hanging out with us.

Jeremy G.



Mom and Dad

May 17th, 2018

This week on Super Film Bros we unknowingly keep the theme going of the horroresque genre from last week as we watch and talk about the 2017 film Mom and Dad starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair.

After an unknown static signal is randomly broadcasted that sets off the urge for parents to kill their own children, mass hysteria breaks out world wide as these violent events unfold. Meanwhile siblings Carly and Josh must survive not being murdered by their own parental units. (Cage & Blair)

Written and directed by Brian Taylor (Crank and Crank: High Voltage) this flick gives an interesting view of the horror of what would happen if this were to actually take place in the real world. Good performances given by the main cast for sure, especially Nic Cage who basically plays himself for the entire course of the film. 

Hope you enjoy the show, and I also hope that your parents live a good distance away from you so you can properly know just in case.


Tucker And Dale VS. Evil

May 9th, 2018

This week on Super Film Bros, we rev up the chainsaw and crack open some PBR (just kidding we’re not doing any of that) as we review Tucker and Dale vs. Evil a comedy movie that pokes fun at the horror genre in numerous ways. 

As Tucker and Dale are heading to their newly acquired vacation home to do some fixing up, they encounter some college kids trying to enjoy a weekend of camping in the woods. After one of the college kids injures herself, Tucker and Dale come to her aid while the college kids assume the worst things imaginable and all hell breaks loose. 

The movie has gathered quite a cult following and is hilarious in many ways, so sit back and listen while we talk about it and wish that we had our own vacation home…minus college kids trying to kill us or themselves.


Avengers:Infinity War

May 2nd, 2018

*SPOILER ALERT* You’ve been warned super film fans. On that note finally after ten years in the making the marvel cinematic universe has come together in the biggest and most epic culmination of super heroes we have ever seen for Avengers: Infinity War, and on this week’s episode we discuss and fan boy the hell out of this movie. 

I’m pretty much going to leave it at that because unless you’ve been living under a rock or in a cave since 2008 then you know all about this movie and if you’re fans like we are you have already seen it. If you haven’t seen it yet, GO SEE IT! Why? Well, because us talking about it just will not do any kind of justification to the level of awesomeness of this movie. Enjoy!


We’re Back

April 25th, 2018

We’re back! That’s right super film fans, after a more than brief hiatus we have returned back to our microphones to bring you all kinds of fuckery. No review this week minus a small recap of Full Metal Alchemist, the live action interpretation of the popular anime currently streaming on Netflix. We talk about what we’ve been up to during our absence, what we’ve seen lately, a bit of news and then we try to pronounce hyper-gonadal….yeah, let that sink in for a minute. We appreciate everyone’s patience for taking an extended break but we’re on the grind again. In the infamous words of LL COOL J….don’t call it a comeback!


What We Do In The Shadows (Bonus Episode)

March 1st, 2018
Bonus episode!!

This time the Bros. look back at the 2014 mockumentary vampire horror/comedy film What We Do in the Shadows starring Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, and Jonathan Brugh. The movie focuses on three housemates (who just happen to be vampires) as they live in New Zealand and deal with the struggles of modern day life while getting ready for the annual undead ball. Yes, I know there are four housemates originally but ultimately its sights are set on the main three.

It’s definitely an entertaining movie, myself (Wade) have seen this once before and wasn’t as entertained as it was hyped up for me, however with a revisit I enjoyed it much more. Very creative and witty with the dialogue, and all of the actors in the film do a wonderful job. I highly recommend watching it with friends, and if you’re a fan of the style of movie you’ll enjoy it. Don’t just take my word for it kick back and listen for yourself!