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Dec 14, 2021

Jim Carrey, Ron Howard, Christine Baranski... Deep ROY??

Talk about a cast and crew at the peak of their game. In the Year 2000, Jim Carrey was fresh off his Golden Globe wins for Truman Show and Man on the Moon. Ron Howard was a year away from A Beautiful Mind sweeping every awards show! Christine Baranski had been...

Nov 21, 2021

We keep our “holiday movie released in the summer” trend going this episode as we review the 1993 Thanksgiving movie Son in Law.  Son in Law stars Pauley Shore during his years of fame and box office success. 

The story revolves around a trip with Becca and Crawl (Shore) from college in LA to a farm in...

Nov 12, 2021

Go figure that an Australian director would be able to create one of the most underrated "holiday" movies we've covered so far! 

Dutch was written by John Hughes and directed by Peter Faiman (who? The director of Crocodile Dundee!). Featuring Ed O'Neil at the height of his Married... with Children popularity, it was...

Nov 2, 2021

Sequels always have a hard time carrying the torch; it's even harder when the first movie is as well-regarded as Halloween (1978). In 2018, Halloween returned to screens thanks to David Gordon Green, who very early on announced his intention to make a trilogy which would ignore the Rob Zombie reboot timeline.


Nov 2, 2021

This is a rare treat for the 5th Wall - Jarod has picked a movie that neither Mike or Clay has ever seen before!

Bone Tomahawk premiered at Fantastic Fest in 2015 and had a very (VERY) limited release. As you can imagine, it has garnered cult status for those who have seen it.

Bone Tomahawk is a western first and...