Spoilers

A movie podcast where we spoil everything about the good, the bad, and the ugly side of cinema. Our group of non-experts have zero credentials but lots of opinions.

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Man of Tai Chi (2013)

Hello out there in Podcastland and welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions but zero credentials. This week, we start our Birthday series by awarding a host of the show any movie they want to watch on their birthday. Up first is Maestro with his choice, 2013’s Man of Tai Chi. What’s with Keanu’s fighting style at the end of the movie? Is Tai Chi really an effective fighting style? Is Tiger now a Street Fighter character now that he can use his Chi to do magical fight moves? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

Galaxy Quest (1999)

Hello out there in podcastland and welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions, but zero credentials. This week, we conclude our Thankful series for 2017 with Adams pick, 1999’s Galaxy Quest. How did the other members of the crew not realize they went back in time 13 seconds? What other shows did Mathasar’s crew watch that also influenced their society? If Galaxy Quest the show was so popular in this world, where are the Next Generation type spinoffs at? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

Wanted (2008)

Hello out there in podcastland and welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions, but zero credentials. This week, Jester is back on the show to discuss a comic book adaptation that couldn’t live up to its source material: 2008’s Wanted. Why haven’t the Fast and Furious characters tried the car stunts that were pulled off in this movie? Why doesn’t the Fraternity just sell their healing potion water and get rich instead of risking their lives killing people? How the hell can loom determine the fate of the world? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

The Silence of the Lambs

Hello out there in podcastland and welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions, but zero credentials. This week, we continue our Thankful series with Hollywood’s pick, 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs. Why aren’t there 10 guards in Hannibal Lecter’s Memphis jail cell at all times? Does Jane Gumb think that anyone over a size 10 is a great big fat person? Who’s the ultimate Hannibal Lecter: Anthony Hopkins or Mads Mikkelsen? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

Tucker and Dale vs Evil

Hello out there in podcastland and welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions, but zero credentials. This week, we kick off our annual Thankful series, where we honor good movies we appreciate and are thankful for. First up is Maestro’s pick with 2011’s Tucker and Dale vs Evil. Are all slasher movies just big misunderstandings between both parties? Is this cabin the same as the one from Evil Dead? Does chamomile tea really affect people with asthma? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

The Monster Squad

Hello out there in podcastland, welcome back to Spoilers, your bad movie review show on the RatPack Podcast Network, where your hosts have lots of opinions, but zero credentials. This week, we sadly conclude Horror Fest 2017, but we are going out with a nostalgia bomb with 1987’s The Monster Squad. What’s the point of having The Mummy on Dracula’s squad? What kind of school has bullet molds in their shop class? Where the hell did Dracula get that hearse from? If this film takes place in Louisiana, where are the Gambit Cajun accents at? Find out this week, but you best be warned, there be spoilers ahead.

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