Episode 072: Waterworld

This week we’re joined by returning special guest Andrew Dyce of Screenrant.com to talk about mutants, mariners, drifters, smokers, and more. If you’re wondering how we came to be discussing a film as maligned as Waterworld it’s because Andrew wanted to… that’s how! So hop on this sailboat with us as we set out to sea and explore…

Episode 3: Dinosaurs

In this episode of Tabletop Flix, the crew discusses an iconic movie and its recent sequel plus a whole lot of games all with the common theme of dinosaurs. Games: STOMP-EDE, DinoParty, Raptor Movies: Jurassic Park, Jurassic World Contact Aaron Twitter Facebook Blaine Home One Radio Facebook Home One Radio Website Reel World Theology Twitter…

Review: The Glass Castle

How does the old saying go? You can’t choose your family? If you could, it’s hard to fathom why anyone would willingly pick the Walls family. The Glass Castle, based off the memoir of journalist Jeannette Walls, tells the story of a dysfunctional family living way below the poverty line, desperate to find a balance between…

Episode 071: TRON: Legacy

We welcome back the boys from Retro Rewind Podcast this week to have a conversation about a movie that we all have great affection for. TRON: Legacy is undeniably one of the most visually incredible films ever made and has a score by Daft Punk that is universally loved. But is that all, or is there more…

Feelin’ It: Annabelle: Creation

(SPOILER FREE) Aaron and Ryan walk out of the theater and go straight into a conversation about their thoughts on Annabelle: Creation. This newest film in the growing Conjuring film universe is full of scares, but does it correct Annabelle’s failures and succeed as a prequel? Listen to find out what both a fan of the…

Episode 070: Kubo and the Two Strings

This week we are talking about one of our biggest theater regrets of 2016. This beautiful stop-motion animated picture is magical, fantastical, and has a great story centered around a special family. As much as any movie we’ve discussed recently, Kubo and the Two Strings brings out the feelings and makes for great conversation. Kubo and the…

Minisode 25: Safety Not Guaranteed

July’s Donor Pick Episode is here and FF contributor Steve Clifton joins us to talk about a movie he loves. This quirky romantic time travel film offers us a chance to talk about how nostalgia affects our lives and much more. Our listeners picked a good one and we have a great conversation about it….

Episode 2: Monsters

In this episode of Tabletop Flix, the crew discusses movies and games with the theme of giant monsters. Games: King of Tokyo, King of New York Movies: Godzilla: Final Wars, Pacific Rim, Monsters Inc. Contact Aaron Twitter Facebook  Blaine Home One Radio Facebook Home One Radio Website Reel World Theology Twitter Home One Radio Twitter  Shannon Twitter Tabletop Flix…

Episode 1: Disease

In this episode of Tabletop Flix, the crew discusses movies and games with the theme of disease. Games: Pandemic, Pandemic Legacy, Plague Inc., Organ Attack Movies: Contagion, Planet of the Apes, Outbreak Contact Aaron Twitter Facebook  Blaine Home One Radio Facebook Home One Radio Website Reel World Theology Twitter Home One Radio Twitter  Shannon Twitter Tabletop…

Minisode 24: Detroit

(SPOILER-FREE FIRST 17 MINUTES) Don Shanahan (Every Movie Has a Lesson) and Emmanuel Noisette (E-man’s Movie Reviews) join Aaron to discuss Kathryn Bigelow’s intense new film about the 1967 Detroit riots and Algiers Motel incident. Full Spoiler Review: 0:17:09 Contact Don Twitter Facebook Website Emmanuel Facebook Website Aaron Twitter Facebook    Patrick Twitter Facebook Feelin’ Film…

Review: A Ghost Story

Might as well get this out of the way. A Ghost Story is not going to be everyone’s cup of tea. Honestly, it’s hard for me to imagine any middle ground here. You’re gonna love it, or hate it. Personally, count me as a “love it.” The film worked for me on every happy, sad,…

Episode 069: Mr. Mom

This week we are absent one dad and joined by two others as Don Shanahan and Jeremy Calcara join Patrick for a lively discussion about the 1983 classic Mr. Mom. In this episode we talk about how our parents and upbringing informed our own parenting styles, what makes this film worth revisiting, and possibly drop…