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Andy Hughes and Alex Hudson host this weekly podcast covering all the biggest and freshest news stories in film, TV and gaming. Every Sunday sees the arrival of a News & Reviews episode where they talk all the latest movie news and review any releases they've seen that week.Tweet and follow @Dinosaurman15 or find our Facebook page and give it a like.
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Slow news week but thankfully we make up for that with a bunch of hot and fresh reviews! Three brand new releases in Holiday romcom 'Happiest Season', heartfelt Amazon drama 'Uncle Frank' and Netflix awards hopeful 'Hillbilly Elegy'. All this alongside crime thriller 'Arkansas'. 
We start with the festive cheer a little early here at Dinosaur Man HQ with a review of festive comedy series 'Dash & Lily' which is streaming now on Netflix, we also talk about World War II vampire movie 'Blood Vessel' and catch up on 'The Personal History of David Copperfield' which was released at the beginning of the year. We also talk all this weeks news stories, Wonder Woman 1984, Black Panther 2 and Channing Tatum starring in a monster movie for Universal.
Slow reviews week this week but the news is so jam packed we don't even manage to get through it all, so you're still getting value for money don't worry.  Don't even think about asking for a refund from your favourite podcast platform. Reviews this week are of death row based drama 'Clemency' in which Alfre Woodard gives the performance of a lifetime, as well as Australian sketch comedy in the form of 'Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun' which is available on Netflix now. 
Back to reviews this week with four hot recent releases. Netflix bring us Remi Weekes 'His House' and Ben Wheatley's adaptation of 'Rebecca', Shudder offers up 'Scare Me' and Robert Zemeckis is the latest director to adapt Roald Dahl's work with his version of 'The Witches' which is available to rent now.
A very spooky greeting to you boos and ghouls! For the final episode of Shock-tober 2020 we're doing a very special head to head to head battle of some titanic horror franchises. Alex has made Andy watch the worst mainline entries in three of the most iconic series of horror 'Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare', 'Halloween: Resurrection' and 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation'. Andy's task is to rate each of these franchise ending movies in a number of categories to establish which is the king of all terrible installments. 
Are we preparing for prom? Because we've got lots of streamers this week! In another jam packed episode we talk about Jared Leto returning to DC, the cost of Bond to streaming services and maybe the most 2020 of all directorial appointments. Releases this week are of Aaron Sorkin's Netflix release 'The Trial of the Chicago 7', surprise sequel 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm', horror anthology 'The Mortuary Collection' and Blumhouse nonsense 'Black Box'.
In an episode as stuffed as a Christmas goose we discuss new releases and news as normal as well as playing a fun game that you can participate in at home. We bring you reviews of Rose Glass' terrifying religious horror 'Saint Maud', upcoming Brandon Cronenberg sci fi thriller 'Possessor', Netflix gothic horror series 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', werewolf horror-comedy 'The Wolf of Snow Hollow', British drama 'Rocks' and long awaited comedy sequel 'Bill & Ted Face the Music'.
Another week, another episode! And what a packed week it is, lots of new releases for streaming services and upcoming cinematic releases. 'Relic' is a terrifying debut feature from Natalie Erika James, 'Hubie Halloween' is the latest Adam Sandler vehicle from Netflix and 'The Lie' is a hot mess of a film from Blumhouse and Amazon.
A couple of streaming releases catch our attention this week, both available on Netflix right now.We also discuss the week in trailers and news stories both big and small. Including Jamie Foxx, Cineworld cinemas and Zendaya starring in a biopic.
Back to regular reviews after last weeks diversion into nonsense. Streaming releases and digital releases abound with 'Enola Holmes' from Netflix, 'Spiral' which is available on Shudder, unconventional biopic 'Tesla' and creaky horror attempt 'The Turning'.
No reviews or news this week, life got in the way. So here instead is this dose of hot waffle. We discuss injuries, getting older, Limp Bizkit and party food. Enjoy! Normal service resumes next week.
It's been a slow week for new releases but we have our reviews of Disney's latest live-action adaptation 'Mulan' and Netflix horror-comedy sequel 'The Babysitter: Killer Queen'. Both of these films are now available for home consumption on streaming services. 
Another week, another bumper crop of films to talk about. This week finally sees the release of Alex's former most anticipated film of the year 'The New Mutants', 'I'm Thinking Of Ending Things' is Charlie Kaufman's new film which is available on Netflix now. 'Get Duked!' is on Amazon Prime and 'Random Acts Of Violence' is Jay Baruchel's feature debut, available on Shudder right now!
Christopher Nolan is back to save cinema with his new blockbuster 'Tenet', Alex has braved the cinema and brings you his thoughts. Alongside this we have reviews of science fiction thriller 'Vivarium' and road trip comedy-drama 'Come As You Are'.Popular segment 'Trailer Roundup' returns as well as the latest news and rumours.
Welcome to this, possibly our most bumper episode of all time. There's a lot to cover this week with a mix of big DC news from the DC Fandome event which has been happening this week. This includes trailers for 'The Batman', 'Wonder Woman 84' and 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' as well as behind the scenes features on 'The Suicide Squad'. Reviews include 'True History of the Kelly Gang', 'The Wretched', 'Boar' and 'The Innkeepers'.
Welcome friends and enemies to the latest podcast, this week we discuss Netflix's new superpower action movie 'Project Power', which stars Jamie Foxx as a father on a revenge mission. Stop us if you've heard that before. Andy has also got a new TV series that he won't stop going on about so prepare for 15 recommendations for that this episode.
Nothing can stop us from podcasting, not even a heatwave and a bout of insomnia which turns Alex into an even more engaging broadcasting presence than usual.Andy talks about the return of Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' and Alex reviews lockdown horror 'Host' which is available on Shudder.
With the continuing lack of new cinematic releases we return to the home streaming well with a couple of titles recently made available on Amazon and Apple TV+. First up is Caitlin Moran's coming of age memoir 'How To Build A Girl' followed by a war thriller penned by and starring Tom Hanks in 'Greyhound'
Today we open the doors to a brand new film watching venue 'The Magic Cinema' which we have been saving for all this time. To celebrate we put on a film festival put together by our good friend Anthony McCormack who provided us 3 films for our new screens.We go an adventure that covers modern masterpieces and classic gems, membranes and Ice Blasts.Anthony is one of the people behind 'Talk N Review' a movie and fragrance review channel which uploads regular reviews as well as weekly livestreams. You can find them at the following placesInstagram - - more from us subscribe to the podcast and give us a nice review if you like what you're hearing.
With another week of cinema closures comes another week of home viewing and this week we have a double stacker of a week, we review both time loop romantic comedy 'Palm Springs' and quiet drama 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always'. Both feature great performances and chemistry from their leads, but would we recommend them? Spoiler alert, Yes. 
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