June 24th, 2017
Put the sunglasses on!! If not, fine then just obey! That's right folks another bonus episode from the film bros and this week we're doing They Live the 1988 John Carpenter classic starring Roddy Piper and Keith David.
Roddy Piper of professional wrestling fame plays a drifter that comes into town and comes across a resistence trying wake people up something bigger going on in the world and after he finds some special sunglasses he realizes that aliens have taken over the earth and keeping us doing everyday mundane tasks with subliminal messages.
John Carpenter is one of our favorite film directors with so many cult classics under his belt and this one is no different. It's so cheesey it can be bad for your heart folks. Many one liners, and performances from Roddy Piper and Keith David incluiding one of the most epic fight scenes on film. In fact so iconic the guys from South Park even worked into their infamous "Cripple Fight" between Timmy and Jimmy.
I'm all out of bubble gum so go listen before we have to kick some ass! (just kidding)
June 24th, 2017
Sharpen your katana and prepare for battle amongst warriors with samurai by your side as we do our review of 13 Assassins which was Jose's pick of the week the 2010 remake of the 1963 orginal.
Set in 1844 Japan a group of assassins plan to kill an evil lord before he can do any more damage to their country.
It's a good movie and is beautifully filmed and won many independent awards especially over seas including best cinematography. If you love seeing the bad guy get what's coming to him in the end and fights with swords then definitely check this one out.
Also during The Weekly Hornet we talk about Ron Howard taking over the upcoming star wars spin off of Han Solo.
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June 16th, 2017
Another week has come and that means another episode of Super Film Bros with Wade, Jeremy and Jose for your listening pleasure. This week we share some news on The Weekly Hornet along with a memoriam to the Bright Knight himself the late Adam West star of the original Batman feature movie.
Later in the episode we review Road to Perdition the 2002 film starring Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, and Jude Law as well as Daniel Craig. A movie directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall). cinematography
During the winter of 1931 Mike Sullivan played by Tom Hanks is an enforcer of the Rooney crime family headed by Paul Newman and after his oldest son witnesses a crime committed by his father, Rooneys son Connor (Daniel Craig) doesn't trust that Mikes son will keep his mouth shut and murders Mikes wife and younger son while also setting up Mike to be killed himself. Mike has to protect his son and get vengeance for his family while also being hunted by hired hitman Maguire (Jude Law).
It's a great film bar none, definitely worth the watch if you haven't seen it or if you have go revisit it. It's beautifully shot (it won an oscar for best cinematograpy for crying outloud) and well acted by everyone involved. Enough reading though, get to listening people and hear what we think of it!
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June 10th, 2017
What's this!? It's a bonus level/episode where we have an extra review for you guys this week. It's just a mini episode (pun intended) which is fitting due to the fact we're talking about a movie with the premise of making things miniature.
I am talking about 1987s sci fi movie Innerspace starring Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, and Meg Ryan. Quaid plays a pilot who is taking part in a experiment of being miniaturized to explore a rabbit from the inside. However once the bad guys show up things go ary and in order to save his ass he gets injected through a needle into Short's ass and has 24 hours to un fuck his situation. Directed by Joe Dante and Steven Speilberg being being a producer you know it's going to be a fun film to watch.
Listen to the bros Wade, Jeremy and Jose as we give our rundown of this bonus content. Also get to hear Jeremiah as he talks about Quaid...however it's the other Quaid and not the one in this movie.
June 10th, 2017
Grab your keys, fill up the the daytona turbo with some high octane, and pop in your best 80s casette and lets do some drag racing! That's right folks the first episode of Super Film Bros is ready for your listening pleasure.
This week we review 1986s The Wraith starring Charlie Sheen, Randy Quaid, Nick Cassavettes and Sherilyn Flynn. A movie with an awesome soundtrack, cool cars, and lots of explosions. A sci fi movie about revenge. After a man is murdered he comes back reincarnated to seek vengenace against the road pirates that wronged him by using his turbo interceptor as a weapon.
It's a movie so bad that it's good. Listen to me Wade along with the bros Jeremy and Jose as we talk about the highs and lows of this movie. Also can't forget our special guest from Austin Jeremiah as he weighs in a few quips of his own.
Have a listen and enjoy!
June 4th, 2017
A small promo of what to expect on Super Film Bros!
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June 4th, 2017
That's right folks a new podcast is on the block, albeit the same old characters for those of you that are close listenters of the three of us. However to all you new people, listen up! This is Super Film Bros, the weekly movie podcast where the only thing more super is those crazy Vermont State Troopers.
Tune in each week for buzzworthy news, movie reviews along with many hijinks and shenanigans....and not I'm not talking about the place with the mozzarella sticks and goofy shit on the walls. Check in with the bros....Wade, Jeremy, and Jose to have your ears invaded with all kinds of fuckery.