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The Wrestling Buddies 017
Coverage of Impact, Smackdown, Slammiversary, and Raw are all jammed into this week's edition of The Wrestling Buddies. Yes, we know the show is a day late and we deeply apologize for any pain and deprivation...
Living with the Dead (Exclusive) SSWL is proud to announce a new feature film from Christine Vartoughian entitled Living with the Dead. Vartoughian has worked behind the camera in a variety of different roles from a production assistant on...
TV's Now On 014
As this season comes to an end, so do our favorite shows. This week, Mike and Rick talk about the ending of The Office, a show watched by millions. After that, Rick is joined by Dan Herman to discuss...
Hanging with You - Oscar talk
So I bet you thought you wouldn't see another episode of Hanging with you did ya? Well, this week Rick is hanging out with Ryan O'Leary to give some post Oscar talk. Did we enjoy it? Did Seth MacFarlane...
It is now confirmed that Burn Notice Season 7 will start on June 6. I can’t wait till the summer starts. This news came from Jeffery Donovan’s personal twitter feed on April 3rd. He has been tweeting some filming locations of the upcoming season. Like in the tweet, Burn Notice fans can now mark their calendars.
After a long break from saving the world, we are back and we brought a friend! Francis Sky of Flash Flood Media joins us to talk about the shit we liked this week and his experience at the premier of ‘The Devil’s Carnival.’ Enjoy this captivating tale of our adventures and survival!
I’ve been going to the movies as far as I can remember and one of the best parts to me about going to the cinema when I was a kid was being able to soak up the ambiance and seeing the happiness of the people around you. I believe the first movie I saw in theaters was either Dumbo or Pinocchio. I enjoyed the experience so much that I wanted to go to the cinema as much as I could, but that was before I watched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in LA. That was the worst experience I have ever had in a movie theater! It was really loud with people talking, kids throwing popcorn, and I swear I remember hearing someone playing a radio in the back. After that experience I remember every time my father said, “We’re going to the movies today,” I always responded back with, “The good one right?” Of course I was referring to either an AMC or United Artist theater, but when he would say no, I would just suggest we rent a movie instead.
Ever since then, I was always on the hunt for the best cinema experience I could find. So far, the best to me (and many others) would be the Arclight Cinema hands down and two weeks ago I would have agreed. But now, it’s the Island Cinema. I heard about the newly updated cinema from my co-host, Bryce Pilgrim and when he told me about it, I knew I had to go see what Island Cinema had to offer. With that said, here is my review:
Not only does the trailer look great (minus the inconsistent zooms), but the cast is amazing. These are some of my favorite actors on TV right now.
Director: Jay Duplass &Mark Duplass
Cast: Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Judy Greer, Susan Sarandon
Description Via iTunes: “On his way to the store to buy wood glue, Jeff looks for signs from the universe to determine his path. However, a series of comedic and unexpected events leads him to cross paths with his family in the strangest of locations and circumstances. Jeff just may find the meaning of his life… and if he’s lucky, pick up the wood glue as well.”