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Reviews and discussion of films.

Customer Reviews

rant much?

I have to weigh in on the last Cinecast episode about Captain America, etc. I don't know what was harder to take, Matt G's tantrum which easily sent his voice up an octave into a very UNCOMFORTABLE audio range, or Kurt's endless run on sentences. Try finishing a thought instead of linking all your words together with conjunctions and blustering, it would be so much easier to listen to...
The mamo guys also sounded like they'd been doing bumps of meth this week-fun to listen to the vocal roller coaster even though I was adjusting the volume through the whole show. Guess your house burning down explains some of the uncharacteristic volume fluctuations and extra inflection. That said, all these shows are a good listen...

Best movie podcast out there.

Sure, sometimes they reach epic lengths of 3 hours... but these fellas (and occasional lady) leave no stone unturned when discussing the latest in film. Their trademark tangents are some of the podcast world's finest.

Sound Unbalanced and too many spoilers

I heard about this podcast from the 400th podcast of Film Junk and thought I'd check it out. Two things killed it for me. The first is that the sound is unbalanced, at least in the Jango review. One guy is super quiet and one is super loud which forces me to keep adjusting the sound. The second problem for me are the spoilers. I realize this is not film junk so it's not a problem of the show that you guys do spoilers, it just forces me to not be able to listen if I haven't seen the movie.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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