Ti West’s “X” with special guest Jason from Binge Movies on Episode #402

Owen Campbell, Jenna Ortega, Kid Cudi and Brittany Snow walk through tall grass as a 1970s film crew in the horror movie "X"As promised, we’re going to start featuring more guests on the show, so this week Jason from Binge Movies joins us! After he briefly shares what his podcast is all about, we all review Ti West’s X (7:17), a horror movie about an adult film crew in 1970s rural Texas who are attacked by their elderly hosts. It stars starring Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow, Owen Campbell, Stephen Ure, and Scott Mescudi. A lot of critics have unabashedly praised this film, but we have both compliments and criticism in our robust, nuanced conversation of the well-crafted yet problematic film. And in this week’s Patreon exclusive audio, Jason also joins us to discuss Robert Zemeckis’ 2000 thriller WHAT LIES BENEATH starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford! 

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Hell or High Water

Ben Foster and Chris Pine are smarter than they look here in HELL OR HIGH WATER.

On this week’s episode a Fine Young Cannibals karaoke session somehow turns into a Weezer takedown, but one fan isn’t having it. Dave leads off with WOULD YOU RATHER (at 3:31), a horror movie that’s bad, although not bad enough to be super entertaining. At least it has interesting casting, and Jeffrey Combs chowing down on the scenery. After that, Evan talks about the crime drama HELL OR HIGH WATER (at 26:32), which is about brothers played by Chris Pine and Ben Foster, who rob banks to save their family’s home. His rousing description of its tense action, thorough character development, and smart bank-robbing plan spoilerpiece Dave and Kris into really wanting to see it. Lastly, Kris and Evan conclude with PETE’S DRAGON (at 48:20), a cute remake that’s touching, but the good kind of touching. Despite its dead parent motif, they spoilerpiece Dave into wanting to see the film with their recap of the dragon’s expressiveness, the antagonist’s depth, and its overall statement about unconventional families.

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