Aaron and Biggs finally get to review a movie that's nominated for an Oscar. The Big Sick is a true life story turned romantic comedy about Kumail Nanjiani. He avoids praying, wants to avoid arranged marriage, and realizes that he loves his girlfriend...after she goes into a coma.
A bunch of genetically altered sharks use a Skarsgard to break open a window, sinking an underwater facility so that they can ram their way out of to the open sea. They also try to cook LL Cool J, and eat an inspirational Samuel L. Jackson raw. We saw Deep Blue Sea!
Kate Donaldson sits in tonight. We watch a movie about a group of vegetarian vampires (who drink animal blood) move to Washington state to seduce a seventeen year old and play lots of baseball. In the rain. Because they sparkle in the sun *Sigh* We had to watch Twilight.
Hellraiser is the story of a man who opens a puzzle box revealing to him the ultimate pleasure, but actually the ultimate pain. It's administered with chain hooks by a guy with pins sticking out of his head. This episode finds the answers of why horror movies are studied, why demons wear sunglasses, and which clubs hire blue grass bands for S&M parties. Let's get started, Satan's-a-waitin.
Kevin Costner plays Farrell, a man who has an affair with a call girl...who just happens to romantically tangled with the Secretary of Defense...who just so happens to hire him...and just so happens to kill the call girl...and just so happens to put Farrell in charge of an investigation to find himself and blame himself for being a Russian spy...which he just so happens to be. There's a lot a of random chance in this episode, and it's not just with the movie selection. We watched No Way Out.
In a crash grab attempting to get in on that big, big Maleficent money, Asylem created this pile of schlock retelling the story of Sleeping Beauty. Only this time it has zombies, an iguana dragon, simulated rape, and Johnny Rico from Starship Troopers taking on Karen Arnold from The Wonder Years. Do you want to learn more?