Sun, 10 January 2016
Ep. 74 - The Revenant, The Hateful Eight, and a recap of the Houston Film Critics Society awards show
In this week's episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys review some high-profile 2015 entries just now making their way into wide release: "The Revenant and "The Hateful Eight." Cody and Kiko also give us a recap of the Houston Film Critics Society annual awards show.
[00:00-11:36] Intro/HFCS awards show recap
[11:36-22:14] The Revenant
[22:14-40:42] The Hateful Eight
[40:42-52:52] Wrap/tease next episode
Sun, 3 January 2016
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod run down their top ten films of 2015, from "Spotlight" to "The Martian" to "The End of the Tour." The fellows also read Kiko's top 10 list--and judge it harshly--since he couldn't make it this week.
Sun, 27 December 2015
Ep. 72 - The Big Short, Daddy's Home, Concussion, Carol, Youth, Joy, and how much we liked the new Deadpool trailer
In this post-Christmas episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys review The Big Short, Daddy’s Home, Concussion, and take quick whacks at Carol, Youth, and Joy. Cody and Jerrod also discuss the grisly, curse-filled new Deadpool trailer that dropped on the day of Jesus’ birth, while Kiko remains on the run.
[00:00-18:19] Intro/new Deadpool trailer
[18:19-32:35] The Big Short
[32:35-43:50] Daddy’s Home
[1:06:45-1:08:23] Wrap/tease next episode
Mon, 21 December 2015
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, the guys review the most anticipated movie of the year, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" while Kiko drives around San Antonio, looking for gasoline.
[0:00-15:55] Intro, where the hell is Kiko driving to?
Mon, 30 November 2015
In the landmark 70th episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review “Creed,” “Brooklyn,” and “Room.” They also talk Thanksgiving, Black Friday shopping, the spoils of Amazon Prime Now, and the KFC Famous Bowl.
[00:00-16:47] Intro/Thanksgiving/Black Friday talk
[1:06:54-1:27:54] Wrap/tease next episode
Mon, 23 November 2015
Ep. 69 - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, The Night Before, Spotlight, Trumbo, Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich made a movie that won't be seen for 100 years, and someone is going to remake Memento
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, the guys celebrate episode 69, review “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2,” “The Night Before,” “Spotlight,” and “Trumbo.” They also talk about whether the movie Robert Rodriguez made with John Malkovich that won’t be seen for 100 years is a stunt or not, and why someone would think remaking “Memento” is a good idea.
[0:00-9:36] Intro, awww yeah, episode 69!
[9:36-18:38] Robert Rodriguez and John Malkovich made a movie that won’t be seen for 100 years
Sat, 21 November 2015
In bonus episode 10 of The CineSnob Podcast, Jerrod talks with the creative team behind the new family Christmas book "The Naughty List," author Norm Harper and illustrator Christopher Tupa.
Mon, 9 November 2015
This week on The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review “Spectre,” talk about “The Leisure Class” and the motives behind Project Greenlight and HBO making a good reality series vs. a good movie, Jerrod gives a quick and shiny review of “The Peanuts Movie,” and the guys talk about Amazon Prime Now and how Millenials are ruining the world.
[0:00-12:35] Intro, Amazon Prime Now, and the scourge of Millenials
[1:05:15-1:15:52] The Peanuts Movie
Sun, 25 October 2015
Ep. 67 - Steve Jobs, reaction to the new Star Wars trailer, Chris Rock is hosting the Oscars, and Edgar Wright is teaming up with Johnny Depp, Neil Gaiman, and Bret McKenzie
In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys talk about “Steve Jobs,” their reactions to the final “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer, Chris Rock returning to host the Oscars, and the perfect storm of Edgar Wright directing Johnny Depp in an adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Fortunately, The Milk” written by Bret McKenzie.
[0:00-12:37] Intro, weather talk, podcasting-over-Skype woes, and Kiko is somewhere noisy
Mon, 19 October 2015
Ep. 66 - Bridge of Spies, Beasts of No Nation, Manson Family Vacation, Crimson Peak, Goosebumps, bonus episode recaps, our Tucker & Dale screening at Drafthouse, and Christopher Nolan talks more pretentious nonsense about shooting on film
In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys give their takes on "Bridge of Spies," "Beasts of No Nation," and "Manson Family Vacation," along with quick reviews of "Crimson Peak" and "Goosebumps." They also recap bonus episodes 8 and 9 of the podcast, featuring comedian Jerry Rocha and actor/author Greg Sestero, respectively, tease their "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil" screening at Alamo Drafthouse, and discuss the latest pretentious comments made by director Christopher Nolan about the movie-going experience and how it relates to shooting on film.
[0:00-25:33] Intro, Jerry Rocha and Greg Sestero episode teases, Tucker & Dale screening info