How Depp is your love? Newt Scamander squares off with choppy editing and a rushed narrative in this latest wizarding world movie! Special guest and Wizarding World expert Mandy Power joins us on this very special episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
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I see a little biopic-o of a man. Freddy Merc! Freddy Merc! Can you make a podcast-o? Bad singing, half-baked takes and all the wonderful consumer info you need on this episode of the ALAN SMITHEE FILM REVIEW!
Zee Germans attempt to build DAS UBERMENCH using the secret OOZE beneath a small French town, and only zee Americans can stop zem! Find out how on ze ALAN SMITHEE FILM REZENSION!
Can Gerard Butler stare at monitors enough to save the world… AGAIN? Find out when real life submariners Ben Hunt and special guest Vinny Passalacqua dive deep into Hunter Killer on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Are you ready to rumble?! Things are about to get BAD at the El Royale, but is it a good kind of bad? Or the bad kind of bad? Only one way to find out, on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Do you know one thing heartwarming movies that preach the value of family needs? A LAZER GUN! PEW PEW on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Hoo boy, this isn’t your typical Alan Smithee fare! Join Ben & Damien as they do a review that tries its best, but probably fails to do any of the subject matter any justice! It’s a Spike Lee joint!
Joining us from across the pond is special guest Hugo Glasier, as we travel back in time for yet another Alan Smithee Retro Review, as we discuss the 1988 horror masterpiece, The Blob! Can Kevin Dillon stake his claim as Hollywood’s leading man, while fighting off both the mysterious all-consuming monster and his addiction to hairspray based CFCs? Find out, on this episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Join the Alan Smithee Film Review as we celebrate our 50th episode by reviewing the movie that originally released with a directing credit by the one, the only, Alan Smithee!
Some films are so groundbreaking and original that their like can never been recreated again. Some films feature groundbreaking performances, nuanced prose and stellar cinematography. That is a description of some films. Join us on a retro journey back in time as we do a RETRO REVIEW for Stephen King’s Maximum Overdrive! Only on the Alan Smithee Film Review!