Erik and Haley are a married couple who love making films. We also enjoy watching them! Whether it’s Erik’s love for romantic comedies or Haley’s passion for horror films, come be a third wheel with the Leals as we talk (and sometimes argue) about the films we’re watching and the art that goes into them.
Spoiler free episode. Haley gives a quick rundown of the 2020 horror film You Should Have Left, starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried.
Episode 58. Spoiler episode. Erik and Haley go in depth about what worked and what didn’t work for them in the 2020 horror film You Should Have Left, starring Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried.
Episode 57. Spoiler episode. Erik and Haley talk about everything they liked in the fun new Netflix horror comedy Vampires vs the Bronx, where a group of teenagers have to defend their neighborhood against invading vampires.
Spoiler free episode. Haley gives a quick rundown on the new Netflix film Vampires vs. The Bronx. This horror comedy is light on scares, but heavy on fun, as three teenagers have to defend their neighborhood against invading vampires.
Episode 56. Spoiler episode. Erik and Haley discuss the new Netflix film Enola Holmes, about the younger sister of famed detective Sherlock Holmes who is just as clever and a bit more feisty. Hear our full thoughts on this fun mystery-adventure, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill.
Spoiler free episode. Haley gives a quick rundown of our thoughts on the new Netflix film Enola Holmes. This fun mystery-adventure stars Stranger Things alum Millie Bobby Brown as the younger sister of famed detective Sherlock Holmes. Her mother has gone missing, and Enola must venture into London to find her.
Episode 55. Spoiler episode. At long last, we finally saw the 2020 live action remake of Disney’s Mulan! The question is, did we like it? Hear our thoughts on the changes to the story and how that worked for the film.
Episode 54. Spoiler episode. It’s been 30 years since we last caught up with Bill and Ted, and it turns out that they still haven’t performed the song that’s going to unite the world! Hear our thoughts on seeing Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return to their roles after all this time and whether this new film was worth the wait.
Episode 53. Spoiler episode. Would you download an app that told you exactly when you would die? We sure wouldn’t, but the characters in this film do! What were our thoughts on this campy teen scream? Listen to find out!
Episode 52. Spoiler episode. The Netflix film Project Power proposes a world where a pill can grant you superpowers* but only for 5 minutes. The film stars a talented cast, including Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but how well does it sell its premise?
* Superpowers may or may not lead to spontaneous combustion.
Episode 51. This episode contains spoilers. A socially distanced horror film has arrived, and it’s a fun one! Can you say Zoom seance? Take a listen to hear our thoughts on the Shudder original film, HOST!
Episode 50. This whole episode contains spoilers! Despite it not being in theaters for long, Erik and Haley were still excited to see Underwater, starring Kristen Stewart. It did not disappoint.
Episode 49. This entire episode contains spoilers! Erik and Haley were finally able to see Last Christmas, a holiday romance starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding and set to the music of George Michael.
Episode 48. We knew we needed to see The Old Guard on Netflix as soon as we saw the trailer. Charlize Theron kicking butt? Sign us up!
Episode 47. Haley is a massive fan of Ju-On and its American remake. Did this 2020 reboot of The Grudge have the same effect?
Episode 46. The premise behind the new Netflix series Space Force sounded like it was something we’d like, but it didn’t work for us. We talk about where we think it went wrong and what would need to happen to bring us back for season 2.?
Episode 45. The Etheria Film Festival went virtual for 2020, putting 9 short films up on Shudder. Erik and Haley got the chance to watch them and are here to talk about their favorites: Waffle, Basic Witch, Live, Man in the Corner, and Ava in the End.
Episode 44. Erik and Haley talk about the science fiction film The Vast of Night on Amazon Prime. Were we fully tuned in to the frequency of this low budget mystery?
Episode 43. Erik finally got Haley to sit down and watch James Cameron’s 90s action comedy True Lies, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis. What scene can Haley NOT stop talking about? Hint: It takes place in an elevator.
Episode 42. Erik and Haley discover that they had way more to say about Lorene Scafaria’s Hustlers than they originally thought. Hear about Jennifer Lopez’s fantastic performance, the great soundtrack, and more!
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