Ep. 136 – Fantastic Fest reviews of The Death of Dick Long and In the Shadow of the Moon, and we play the movie-lovers’ card game Cinephile
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody reviews a few films leftover from his time at Fantastic Fest, The Death of Dick Long and In the Shadow of the Moon, and then Cody and Jerrod play a few rounds of the new movie-lovers’ card game Cinephile. Want your own copy of Cinephile? Click here to […]
Re: MCU – Ep. 2 – The Incredible Hulk
In this episode of Re: MCU, Cody and Jerrod from CineSnob.net discuss the mostly forgotten and least essential movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: THE INCREDIBLE HULK, starring Edward Norton.
Ep. 123 – Avengers: Engame spoiler-filled dissection
SPOILER ALERT! This episode of The CineSnob Podcast is a long, lengthy discussion about every aspect of “Avengers: Endgame” and should NOT be listened to unless you have seen the movie. For real, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Click here to download the episode!
Ep. 113 – Avengers: Infinity War (SPOILERS start at 10:02)
The CineSnob Podcast RETURNS to discuss the biggest superhero movie ever, “Avengers: Infinity War!” WARNING: Cody and Jerrod talk spoilers starting a 10:02, so tread carefully, true believers! Click here to download the episode!
Ep. 79 – Captain America: Civil War, Space Jam 2 is coming whether we like it or not, and the young Han Solo has been found!
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Jabbar Raisani – Alien Outpost
“Story and character are paramount. Visual effects should serve that story.”
“Downey Jr. takes control of this entire prelude from start to finish.”