Hello, everyone! This time we’re reviewing the new Ben Affleck film,
Co-starring Anna Kendrick, Jon Bernthal, J.K. Simmons, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, and John Lithgow, The Accountant was directed by Gavin O’Connor.
You can check out the trailer HERE:
It’s just me and Ryan this time around, but I still think you’ll be getting plenty of bang for your buck.
Get it? See what I did there?
Unlike The Accountant.
Enjoy the episode!
This time, we’re reviewing the new Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt, and Vincent D’Onofrio film, The Magnificent Seven, directed by Antoine Fuqua.
As promised, we are back at full strength, and Jason, Ryan, and I all bring some differing positions to the discussion.
Listen for some interesting takes on Chris Pratt and Vincent D’Onofrio, as well as where I rank this movie for 2016.
**Warning** I have marked every episode of The Visually Stunning Movie Podcast as EXPLICIT for iTunes, but have been really good about not cursing at all (which, if you know me at all, is an achievement in itself). Not this time. Nope. Totally curse. But it’s okay! It’s only one spot and I warn you before I do!
Hey, everyone! This time we’re talking about the new Blair Witch, the sequel to the 1999 found-footage surprise, The Blair Witch Project.
This time around it’s just me and Ryan, as Jason was unavailable, but don’t worry, the talk is just as great and the info just as entertaining. And Jason will be back in time for Episode 8, in which we talk about The Magnificent Seven.
So, until next time, enjoy this look at Blair Witch.
Special treat this week,everyone! Not only are we reviewing the new Clint Eastwood/Tom Hanks movie, Sully,
but we are joined by Ryan M Painter, the third member of the Visually Stunning Movie Podcast team.
Ryan is a professional movie critic, and works for one of our network stations here in Salt Lake City.
Also, there’s a surprise inside this podcast, so stay tuned so you don’t miss it.
Other than that: enjoy the show!
*Special thanks to Lobo Loco for distributing their song “Flowery Meadow,” from the album Waiting for YOU, through a Creative Commons License (accessed through freemusicarchive.org). I needed it. You’ll see why.*