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DECEMBER 2018 Lineup: Saving the Best (Pictures) For Last...Plus: XMAS Specials!

This December, Season 2 is coming to a close with as hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi take a month-long look at Best Picture winners before our season finale on this year’s Best Picture Winner, “The Shape of Water.” Plus, TWO Christmas celebrating the 25th anniversary of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and the 30th Anniversary of “Die Hard.”

 

FILM A WEEK EPISODES

 
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DECEMBER 7th, 2018

EP. 112: CRITERION OF THE MONTH - “IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT”

"I want to see what love looks like when it's triumphant. I haven't had a good laugh in a week."

The hosts embark on a screwball adventure with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert in “It Happened One Night” for their Criterion of the Month. Listen as we discuss the how the film won the Big 5 Oscars and give our thoughts on how this film is quite possibly the most dated film we’ve seen on our show.

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NOVEMBER 30th, 2018

EP. 111: THE CANNON CANON - “BLOODSPORT”

"You’re next."

Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi head out to the (open) secret Kumite with a returning Matthew Reveles. Listen as they discuss the Muscles from Brussels Jean-Claude Van Damme, the Tournament trope in media and the one, the only, Bolo Yeung.

 
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NOVEMBER 22nd, 2018

EP. 110: THE CANNON CANON THANKSGIVING SPECIAL - “MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE”

"BY THE POWER OF GREYSKULL!"

Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi tackles the infamous adaptation of “He-Man“ with 1987’s “Masters of the Universe” alongside special guest Nick Romi, director of “Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka.” Listen as they talk about “So Bad, It’s Good” films, possible inspirations for Robert Rodriguez, sweet 80’s hair and Frank Langella killing it as Skeletor on this Thanksgiving Special!

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NOVEMBER 16th, 2018

EP. 109: THE CANNON CANON- “THE DELTA FORCE”

"Sleep tight, sucker."

Chuck Norris invades The Cannon Canon with “The Delta Force.” The two hosts, Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi, are joined by Matthew Reveles to battle Robert Forster in brownface, pure American propaganda, Suzukis with rockets, heavy-handed drama and a poor misuse of Steve James.