Now for the film you’ve all been waiting for, The Meg 2: The Trench. Oppenwhat? Who cares, we need more SHARKS. So let’s get more SHARKS. I heard you like SHARKS so we puts some SHARKS in your SHARKS.
Ben and Damien transport themselves to Barbieland and discuss a movie that was decidedly not made for them. There is no better authority on the female experience quite like two dudes’ perspectives. Or is there? Am I being sarcastic? Is that the point? Find out on the latest episode of the ALAN SMITHEE FILM REVIEW!
Damien and Ben scrub into the freshest installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, will the Dial of Destiny wash away their fears, or will it leave them with the icky residue of Crystal Skull?
Ben and Damien strap into the most rolly-coaster of roller coaster films yet! Is this sequel to Into the Spider-Verse as mind-blowing as the first?
Once more with feeling, as we do this darn thing with yet another Marvel movie? Will superhero burn out or burn bright? Will there be a lazer at the end coming from the sky with CG nonsense? Will James Gunn do his last Marvel project dirty before becoming the High King of the DCEU? Join Ben and Damien as they explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations, and boldly to a galaxy far, far away, on this episode of THE ALAN SMITHEE FILM REVIEW!
Listen as Ben and Damien chew the scenery doing their best to honor the great Nicholas Cage, when in fact, Nicholas Holt is the star of the movie. The movie also surprisingly stars Nicholas Awkwafina and Nicholas Ben Schwartz! Learn more fun facts like these on the ALAN SMITHEE FILM REVIEW!
Venture out into the hills of Knoxville, Tennessee-adjacent North Georgia as we track down that most deadly of apex predators: GOOGLE MAPS! A creature so elusive that it is nowhere to be found in any Hollywood writers room. Oh also there’s a high black bear or something, we’ll talk about it, here on the 150th Episode of the ALAN SMITHEE FILM REVIEW!
Make sure your seatbelts are in the locked and upright position, and that your seat back is securely locked, and that your luggage is just rolling around the cabin, because you’re on Gerard Butler’s PLANE and it’s going to be some kind of ride on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Ben and Damien braved a packed theater in order to learn the way of water, in this 13-years-in-the-coming sequel to the original Avatar. Is it worth the trip? Find out on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Join our Anti-Heroes as DC tries once again to make a movie that doesn’t suck? Will they fail? Will they succeed? Find out in the latest issue of the Alan Smithee Film Review!