May the spoilers be with you...
Logan, Kendall, CW, and Adam share their thoughts on the latest Star Wars film, The Last Jedi. They discuss theories on where the series is going, characters new and old, color design, and predictions that didn't pan out in hilarious ways. Click above to check it out!
We thought this file had been lost during some of the moving around of files. Luckily, rendering time leaves CW bored and he used the time to organize. Enjoy CW, Kendall, and TroupeMom talk about the 2016 released "Bad Moms".
Well, it turns out someone in NinjaHELL! Productions had never seen The Goonies all the way through before. Naturally, we fixed that and recorded our thoughts on the film and its message.
At the behest of one of our Patreon backers (Pr0bait), we're talking about The Disaster Artist, which is a film all about the making of Tommy Wiseau's THE ROOM. As a first for us, we can't call this a review - CW saw a work-in-progress print of the film. Consider this a preview of what the film currently looks like, and if it sounds up your alley talk to your local theater to encourage them to show the film when it comes out.
Ohai Listener, I did not hate it. I did not.
I threw spoons? I did that.
Another review from SXSW Film 2017. This time it's Nacho Vigalondo's "Colossal". Can a film about an American being involved with an Asian country's issues with a giant monster be amazing, or will the complaints about how Netflix's adaptation of "Death Note" being just as whitewashed of a film as the upcoming American remake of "Ghost in the Shell" make people talk about how this film is cancer?
Honestly, probably both...
Welcome to Ninja Film Cast: Our way to separating our episodes about movies from everything else. We'll be having over thirty episodes on the way to tell you all about the films CW saw at SXSW Film 2017. The first one on the docket: "Signature Move". Are you interested in a film about wrestling, immigrants, lesbians, and B-Grade Pakistani Rom-Com television shows?
Why not find out how well the ingredients mix together by listening in?
We caught the new Ghostbusters film, and talk about the film itself, and the promotion that led us to buying out tickets. Did we like it? Did we think it was a horrible way to remember Harold Ramis? Was the advertising stupid to such a degree that it took away from the excellent performances of Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones? Listen and find out.
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Ah, welcome! Take a seat and let us get your coat for you. Lean back, and let our soft, gentle voices ease you into relaxation.
Each host brings a different topic, rant, or activity to the table and forces the others to deal with it (unless it's a bonus episode - those have their own individual formats)