Monster Movie & TV Series

Monster Movie & TV Series

#1 - Jurassic World

Join Chris and Jeff as they analyze and review (with FULL SPOILERS) Jurassic World, the 2015 mega-blockbuster requel directed by Colin Trevorrow and starring Chris Pratt.

It's important to discuss Trevorrow's vision - as he both writes and directs this follow up to Spielberg's cherished classic.

We decide how it stacks up, adds or detracts from the originals.

We spend a few moments on the 3 previous films as well as rank the series.

But we're all really here for the Dino Mayhem - but is it glorious?

Not as glorious as Chris Pratt's swag we reckon..


0:00 - Intro

2:52 - The 3 Previous Films

12:50 - Act I

57:31 - Trivia

1:00:04 - Act II

1:22:15 - Different Takes

1:33:48 - Act III

1:53:36 - Ratings/Final Thoughts

1:55:45 - Series Rankings

Thank you for listening and all hail Chris Pratt!

#2 - Kong: Skull Island

Join Chris as he analyzes & reviews (with FULL SPOILERS) Kong: Skull Island, the 2017 blockbuster action monster movie directed by Jordan-Vogt Roberts and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, Easy E and Dr. Dre!

Warner Bros. and Legendary have officially launched their Universal Monsters shared universe - dubbed the MonsterVerse! This is the 2nd entry in this film series; the 1st being 2014's Godzilla. Does the giant gorilla continue the giant lizard's success en route to King Kong VS Godzilla?

Chris dissects this reinvention of the ape, the myth, the legend as Kong establishes his dominance over our red-shirted, war-driven group of humans. Can Samuel L. Jackson's badass commandos pose a threat?

We explore more than just Kong himself as the island and it's various inhabitants suffer man's ignorance. With a near 200 million dollar budget, does Jordan Vogt-Roberts have what it takes to take the King to the next level?

Most importantly, is the inevitable climatic monster battle for the island spectacular?

Help Chris reveal the monstrous secrets of Skull Island, Kong, Godzilla and the monsters set to fight them. Beware: geekout warning!


8:34 - Act I

26:05 - Act II

40:35 - Act III

1:02:05 - Different Take

1:07:57 - Rating/Final Thoughts

Do you love the new Kong, Godzilla and setup of the MonsterVerse? Let us know!

#3 - Stranger Things

Join Chris and Randy as they analyze and review (with FULL SPOILERS) Stranger Things, the 2015 Netflix Original Series created by the Duffer Brothers.

We tackle the entire season, chapter by chapter, dissecting the provoking narrative.

Someone told us there was a monster in this...Let's talk about that.

These creators are clearly on the rise to mega-stardom - but just how good are they?

The 80's nostalgia runs rampant in this season. Is it too much?

Pause that D&D game and join us for an epic discussion of the popular series.


0:00 - Intro

7:40 - Chapter 1: The Vanishing of Will Byers

30:05 - Episode 1 Ratings

30:52 - Chapter 2: The Weirdo on Maple Street

50:03 - Episode 2 Ratings

51:21 - Chapter 3: Three Holly Jolly

1:03:33 - Episode 3 Ratings

1:04:48 - Chapter 4: The Body

1:12:12 - Episode 4 Ratings

1:14:30 - Trivia

1:19:21 - Chapter 5: The Flea and The Acrobat

1:34:59 - Episode 5 Ratings

1:36:15 - Chapter 6: The Monster

1:45:05 - Episode 6 Ratings

1:46:09 - Chapter 7: The Bathtub

1:54:33 - Episode 7 Ratings

1:55:24 - Different Takes

2:07:53 - Chapter 8: The Upside Down

2:26:54 - Episode 8 Ratings

2:28:09 - Highlights

2:30:18 - Season Ratings/Final Thoughts

Thank you kindly for listening!

#4 - The Grey

Join Chris as he analyzes & reviews (with FULL SPOILERS), The Grey, the 2011 survival thriller film directed by Joe Carnahan & starring Liam Neeson.

An Alaskan oil rig crew's plane goes down in the wilderness & forces the survivors to battle a pack of monstrous wolves!

Sounds like a good plan for a fun, but silly, B-movie right? The trailer certainly promised an epic Neeson Vs Wolf fight - but marketing can sometimes be misleading. Is that a bad thing? Is this film just another Taken with the hounds of hell...or is it something real?

This tense & dark action/drama coldly slips us into a waking nightmare with one of the scariest movie plane crashes of all time!

Deeper into the fray we go as we explore the philosophical nature of death with a contemplative yet deeply challenging existential statement.

This in-depth review also has Chris discussing a wide-spread theory that could change the entire film.

Plus we endure several hard-to-watch moments & bear witness to *quite possibly* Liam Neeson's greatest acting.


ACT I - 10:39

ACT II - 29:10

ACT III - 45:50


RATING - 1:06:32

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#5 - The Meg

Join Chris & Jeff as they analyze & review The Meg, the 2018 action horror movie directed by Jon Turteltaub & starring Jason Statham.

After escaping an attack by what he claims was a 70-foot shark, Jonas Taylor must confront his fears to save those trapped in a sunken submersible.
70-foot shark?! Jason Statham?! 150 million dollar budget?! 
Sounds like an instant classic, right?...

It's not hard for a big budget shark movie to be fun (Deep Blue Sea obvs), so can a huge budget and Statham's charisma make this the best shark movie ever? Does Statham have a character? Is Rainn Wilson evil? What's Ruby Rose doing? Wait, the explanation for the Megaladon is what?!

Most importantly, are the kills any good?


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#6 - Overlord

Join Chris & Jeff as they analyze & review Overlord, the 2018 action horror movie, directed by Julius Avery & starring Jovan Adepo.

A small group of American soldiers find horror behind enemy lines on the eve of D-Day.
Sounds like the awesomely basic makings for a B movie classic, right?

Does the WWII action convince? Does the horror satisfy? Is it just more PG-13 lamesauce? Is this a sequel to Fences!? Are the Nazis more horrible than usual? Are the soldiers more stereotypical than usual? Does the B premise go crazy by the end? 

Most importantly, would this have been better if it was a Cloverfield film?


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Yet to come!..

  1. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

  2. Godzilla

  3. Godzilla: King of the Monsters

  4. Stranger Things 2

  5. Stranger Things 3

  6. Jurassic World 3

  7. Kong Vs Godzilla

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