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The Fear of God: The Endless

30 Aug

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead’s The Endless.

The Fear of God: Annihilation

20 Aug

Left to right: Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson in ANNIHILATION, from Paramount Pictures and Skydance.

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss Alex Garland’s Annihilation.

The Fear of God: Hereditary

16 Aug

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss Ari Aster’s Hereditary.

The Fear of God: Stephen King’s On Writing

13 Aug

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss author Stephen King’s book On Writing.

The Fear of God: Ash vs. The Evil Dead

30 Jul

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss the series Ash vs. The Evil Dead.

Heartfelt, by Bob Connally

28 Jul

Extreme violence, lengthy conversations set at tables or in cars, movie references most people won’t even notice, perfectly crafted soundtracks, liberal usage of “colorful metaphors,” and so very many shots of feet are just a few of the surface level staples of the work of Quentin Tarantino. But if you’re really paying attention you see so much more revealed with each film and he can still surprise us after 27 years and either 9 or 10 movies, depending on how you count Kill Bill (for the record, Tarantino himself considers Volumes 1 & 2 a single film). For instance, the word “heartfelt” had never come to mind with any of his earlier films but it’s clear to me that Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood is just that.


The Fear of God: Young Frankenstein

23 Jul

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein.

The Fear of God: “If I Didn’t Have You”

20 Jul

MONSTERS INC., Mike Wazowski, Sulley, 2001

In this bonus episode, Reed and Nathan attempt to sing “If I Didn’t Have You”, from Monsters, Inc.

The Fear of God: What We Do in the Shadows

19 Jul

In this episode, Reed and Nathan discuss the horror comedy What We Do in the Shadows.

Nonmedy, by Bob Connally

13 Jul

If you’re a baseball fan then you are familiar with what a fantasy camp is. People in their fifties with disposable income throw down an obscene amount of money to have baseball practice for a week with retired Major Leaguers from their favorite team. Yes, that sounds fun to me. But it also makes me wish that movie fantasy camps existed. I’m sure sci-fi and fantasy would be the most popular genres. Horror would have huge turnouts, especially if people got to kill and/or be zombies. That’s all well and good. What I really want is to go to buddy action comedy fantasy camp. You show up on a dingy looking police station set that hasn’t been used since 1993, you get paired up with a total stranger, and then you get assigned a case. You have “gun fights, car chases, proper action and,” whatnot. Along the way you cause property damage, eat about 17 street vendor hot dogs, and get trained in the art of delivering a perfect post-kill one-liner.