Cinebabble covers all things cinema, diving into the latest theatrical films, Blu-ray releases, TV series, streaming movies and more.
Episode 42! Whatchoo Watchin Bout (3:05) - It's Such a Beautiful Day (3:20) - Faust (6:35) - The Feast (9:20) - Hawkeye S1 (11:15) - Netflix's Cowboy Bebop (14:45) - Foundation & 3D Printed FX (20:40) Almost Trailer Trailer (26:00) Wolfwalkers (28:20) The Wolf House (39:45) April and the Extraordinary World (1:03:35) CineTron-3000 (1:19:00)
Anthony returns with his second assignment complete: David Fincher's Se7en and Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. As an added bonus, discussion ensues on the latest entry in the MCU, The Eternals, and the latest stab at adapting Dune for the big screen. - The Eternals (2:30) - Se7en (25:00) - Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (53:20) - Dune (1:15:00)
Episode Breakdown: The Joys of Independent Theaters (1:05) Whatchoo Watchin Bout (3:15) - Foundation, Eternals and More Movie Reviews (29:20) - Dune (29:45) - Lamb (1:07:40) - Alt Lamb Endings (1:15:00) - Skin (1:20.50) CineTron-3000 (1:32:20)
Our genre-addled Cinebabblers tackle all things horror, specifically the horror films of the 1960s, '70s, '80s, '90s and Noughts. Classics, underrated gems, fright fests you've never heard of, Best of the Decade lists... spoooky! Timestamps: The Batman Trailer Chat - 3:20 1960s Horror & Peeping Tom - 8:30 1970s Horror & Black Christmas - 24:25 1980s Horror & Hellraiser - 42:20 1990s Horror & Dead Alive - 58:50 2000s Horror & 28 Days Later - 1:13:45 CineTron-3000 - 1:40:20
We're fast approaching Halloween, and there's no more frightening series for church kids from the '80s and '90s than Mike Flanagan's Midnight Mass, streaming on Netflix now. Vampires, beasties, blood, religious extremists, body horror, twisted theology, and mankind's penchant selfish ambition *shiver*
And lo, the Lord bestowed upon Cinebabble a fun side project: Cinepprentice, a training ground of sorts wherein Ken is joined by an aspiring Gen Z cinephile eager to be introduced to classic films. First up, Wes Anderson's Rushmore and David Fincher's The Social Network, followed by some MCU chat centered around the saga's latest entry: Shang-Chi.
This week our brave Cinebabblers briefly remain in the '90s for a long forgotten segment: Mail Bag (3:10). Underrated '90s movies, overrated '90s movies, movies you'd love to see remade and more. From there it's a return to the present with James Wan horror flick Malignant (42:00, spoiler alert), Netflix actioner Kate (57:50), and CineTron pick Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (1:07:50). Closing things out is a fresh spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:19:40).
Our time-splitting Cinebabblers remain in 1994, revisiting True Lies, In the Mouth of Madness, Clifford, and Leon: The Professional. Ah '94... Ken was reaping the rewards of independence after turning 16, Clint was Sega and Nintendo'ing with the best of them, and the CineTron-3000 was but a dream in the farflung land of 2021.
Our time-hopping Cinebabblers revisit an amazing year in film: 1994. Ken had a fresh new driver's license, Clint was looking ahead at his ever-encroaching years in middle school, and the CineTron-3000 was but a floppy disk at the dawn of the internet. Part One offers a full Whatchoo Watchin overview of the many, many, MANY films of 1994, followed by Clint and Ken's best and worst of the year.
Clint and Ken start their latest cinemeal off with a fresh course of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (3:45), featuring several series of Star Trek, Cryptozoo, The Chair, Free Guy and Marvel's Shang-Chi. From there it's reviews of HBO Max neo-noir Reminiscence(21:20), serial killer drama No Man of God (34:40), Neil Blomkamp's early pandemic indie Demonic (53:15) and CineTron pick Lapsis (1:03:05). Finally the boys have a run-in with the CineTron-3000 (1:20:40), whose AI rears its head once again.
It's an extra helping of Cinebabble with an episode bursting at the seams. Our trusty Cinebabblers talk all things movie and tv, kicking off with the latest round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (3:45) -- featuring Reservation Dogs, Ted Lasso, Annette, Don't Breathe 2, and Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard -- before paying a visit to the Trailer Trailer (21:45). From there it's reviews of Val Kilmer documentary Val (36:15) and Clint and Ken's top five docs (53:20), nostalgia dead-ender G.I. Joe Snake Eyes (1:11:00), Pig (1:19:40) and Atlantics (1:29:20), and a top-off spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:40:30).
Our adventure-hardened Cinebabblers are back with a fresh round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout about featuring My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To, Schmigadoon, Primal, Jolt and Gunpowder Milkshake. Then it's reviews of The Green Knight (18:30), The Suicide Squad (46:30), and I Think We're Alone Now (1:06:30). The episode wraps up with a spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:18:20) and suddenly all is well with the world.
The Cinebabbling hits the ground running with the latest round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (2:30), followed by a chilling trio of horror movie reviews: The Blackcoat's Daughter (18:30), Saint Maud (27:40) and Villains (41:30). From there the boys chat all things Stephen King (48:25), from his stories to the many, many film and tv adaptations of his work (53:00) to the best and worst interpretations committed to the screen (1:28:50). Finally a spin of ye olde CineTron-3000 (1:37:40) gives yet another gift to our dear Cinebabblers.
The boys pay a long overdue visit to the Trailer Trailer (2:10) before turning their gaze upward for a special edition of Netflix... in Spaaaaaace! (16:00) Netflix loves to throw things at the wall to see what sticks, and the Cinebabblers take on three of this year's interstellar jaunts: The Midnight Sky (17:25), Stowaway (30:10), and Oxygen (40:10). Last but not least, a spin of the CineTron-3000 (54:45) leaves Clint and Ken with a bonkers horror comedy to look forward to next week.
This week the Cinebabblers talk content vs. art (1:15) before taking on another thrilling round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (5:40) featuring Amazon's Tomorrow War, Netflix's Fear Street 1994 and Till Death. Then it's full reviews of two slices of summer fun, Black Widow (26:35) and Werewolves Within (49:45).
Oh ye of little faith, Cinebabble continues its return to former glory with a whole new onslaught of cinebabbling. This week: - Land Barons of Scotland (0:30) - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (5:30) - Deep Dive Reviews: - Censor (29:30) - Invincible: Season One (41:50) - Bill & Ted Face the Music (59:50) - CineTron-3000 (1:15:40)
Episode 28 finds our beloved Cinebabblers talking all things recent and pulpy, beginning with another round of Whatchoo Watchin about (3:00) followed by four movie reviews: Mads Mikkelsen quirky revenge thriller Riders of Justice (26:00), love-it-or-hate-it sci-fi nail-biter Shadow in the Cloud (39:10), wacky '80s throwback comedy Psycho Gorman (57:20) and Netflix chiller His House (1:06:15). Topping things off is a spin of the old CineTron-3000 (1:30:35), dusted off and restored to its former glory.
And... we... are... back! Apologies to the lil' Cinebabblers out there for the seven days we were away. Alas, for seven days -- just seven days -- things got a little crazy, You'd almost think a year passed. This week we scrape off the rust with another round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:45), some trailer talk (32:35) and reviews of Nobody (40:45), Army of the Dead (53:15) and (1:12:35). Then it's a return to our dear CineTron-3000, which gets dusted off for a fresh spin (1:40:15).
Ken has been a busy boy so Clint hacks into the CineTron-3000 to create a simulated Ken to talk to. In this special round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout, he covers the Chris Hemsworth Netflix action flick, Extraction, then moves on to the Hulu original series Normal People, before finishing things off with indie sci-fi flick, Little Joe.
With shaggier manes, Clint and Ken share a round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (2:35) and Pay-It-Forward (15:25). Then it's reviews of Kristen Stewart horror/thriller Underwater (17:00, spoilers at 25:30), not-so-critical-darling Peter Pan-adaptation Wendy (38:10) and the original 1973 horror classic The Wicker Man (1:00:40). Finally it's a spin o' the CineTron-3000 (1:12:50)... Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (2:35) - Pay-Cinebabble-Forward (15:25) - Underwater (17:00, spoilers 25:30) - Wendy (38:10) - The Wicker Man (1:00:40) - CineTron-3000 (1:12:50)
After a deep but hopeful delusional tangent, Episode 24 kicks off with another thrilling round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:50) and some Edge-centric good news (12:45). Then it's coverage of Greta Gerwig's Little Women (16:00), Takashi Miike's First Love (30:15), a brief Trailer Trailer pit stop to lament the existence of a film called Assassin 33AD (41:45), and a review of... um... last week's CineTron pick, Velocipastor (46:30). Yep. Real movie. Finally it's a spin of ye olde CineTron-3000 (1:05:00), which goes much better for the Cinebabblers this week. Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:50) - The Edge Upsell (12:45) - Little Women (16:00) - First Love (30:15) - Assassin 33AD Trailer (41:45) - Velocipastor (46:30) - CineTron-3000 (1:05:00)
Viruses can't stop the Cinebabbling! The ever-healthy, seemingly non-Coronable boys are back this week (slightly late but no worse for the wear) discussing their longing for the late, great theatrical experience before delving into another round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:55). From there it's Ken's ramblings about the hole we've apparently torn in space, time and reality (6:35), coverage of The Hunt and its early digital release (8:15, with small spoilers beginning at 17:00), Vivarium (25:25, spoilers at 32:05), and CineTron-pick The Dead Center (37:50). Finally, Clint and Ken talk about which movie characters they'd most want to quarantine with (45:10), and then the CineTron-3000 shows perhaps its greatest disdain for humanity with this week's surprise spin (54:20). Although Ken seems excited... soooo maybe it'll work out... Episode Guide: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:55) - Tears in Reality (6:35) - The Hunt (8:15) - The Hunt Spoilers (17:00) - Vivarium (25:25) - Vivarium Spoilers (32:05) - The Dead Center (37:50) - Movie Characters in Quarantine (45:10) - CineTron-3000 (54:20)
It's quarantine with your beloved Cinebabblers! This week's episode begins with a quick Primal-It-Forward update (2:15) and a round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (4:40). From there, it's a revisit of Ken's Unpopular Opinion (11:10) segment from last week, as Clint returns armed and gritting his teeth, ready to fight. Then it's coverage of critically acclaimed Netflix thriller The Platform (20:35), Daniel Radcliffe action/comedy Guns Akimbo (31:20) and CineTron pick Serenity (42:50)... and not the Serenity you'll wish it was. Finally it's another spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:03:30). Episode Quick Look: - Primal-It-Forward (2:15) - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (4:40) - Ken's Unpopular Opinion Revisit (11:10) - The Platform (20:35) - Guns Akimbo (31:20) - Serenity (45:20) - CineTron-3000 (1:03:30)
The Cinebabblers are on lockdown, recording from a quarantined bunker deep in the recesses of DC adjacent Maryland. Clint is taking advantage of the time off. Ken is... in a dark place. But rejoice! Film! After another round of Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:40), the boys introduce a new cynicism-driven segment - Ken's Unpopular Opinion (13:40), perfect for your delight or rage - then cover heartwrenching drama Waves (26:00), CineTron pick Buster's Mal Heart (37:25) and Shudder-exclusive horror flick The Room (47:40). A spoiler section for The Room begin at 54:50. Finally it's a spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:07:30) which delivers... what can accurately be referred to as a movie. Sigh. Until next episode, stay safe! Stay healthy, dear listeners! Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin 'Bout (1:40) - Ken's Unpopular Opinion (13:40) - Waves (26:00) - Buster's Mal Heart (37:25) - The Room (47:40) - The Room Spoiler Section (54:50) - CineTron-3000 (1:07:30)
Travel with us... escape the virus... all the way to 1988! CineTron sent us back in time this week at 88mph and we embraced it. After a special 1988 Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (3:15) Clint and Ken discuss all of their '88 favorites (10:00): Akira, Grave of the Fireflies, Rain Man, My Neighbor Totoro, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Die Hard, Bloodsport and more! Then our time-flung Cinebabblers offer a Primal-It-Forward update (24:30) before turning their attention to four 1988 classics and lesser known gems: Beetlejuice (27:00), Paperhouse (36:20), They Live! (44:55) and A Fish Called Wanda (58:25). A chat about new films vs old films (1:08:40) and a spin of the CineTron later (1:14:15) they return to the perils of 2020, the joys of 1988 sadly behind them. Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (3:15) - Favorites from 1988 (10:00) - Primal-It-Forward Update (24:30) - Beetlejuice (27:00) - Paperhouse (36:20) - They Live! (44:55) - A Fish Called Wanda (58:25) - New Films vs Old Films (1:08:40) - CineTron-3000 (1:14:15)
Hunkered down, huddled in the studio, the Cinebabblers jump right into their latest Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:55) before answering questions in a new Mail Bag (11:45). From there it's coverage of crime drama Queen & Slim (27:05, spoilers begin at 32:10), Elijah Wood horror/comedy Come to Daddy (46:35, spoilers begin at 50:25) and Michael Bay's Netflix-exclusive 6 Underground (1:05:15). The fun wraps up with a spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:17:40) and the further emergence of our beloved burgeoning AI. Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (1:55) - Mail Bag (11:45) - Queen & Slim (27:05) - Q&S Spoilers (32:10) - Come to Daddy (46:35) - CtD Spoilers (50:25) - 6 Underground (1:05:15) - CineTron-3000 (1:17:40)
Clint and Ken had so much to cover this week they decided to devote a bonus episode to Leigh Whannel's The Invisible Man (currently in theaters), which stars Elizabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge and Michael Dorman. Spoilers begin at the 6:00 mark. Share your thoughts on The Invisible Man at www.cinebabblecast.com
Things get off to a quick start this episode as Ken chats fallout from the Corona virus (1:05), Clint reacts to the reveal of the new Batmobile and Batsuit (3:35), and the boys talk all things Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (8:30). Then it's Cage Roulette Round #1: Primal (16:50), The Blind Primal Quiz Show (21:55, play along at home, kids!) and Cage Roulette Round #2: Kill Chain (26:10). New this week is Cinebabble's very first Mail Bag (30:35), followed by coverage of Richard Stanley's Color Out of Space (37:10), now available on Blu-ray and 4K, and Brian Taylor's Mom and Dad (51:25), currently streaming on Hulu. Finally, the boys wrap with Cage Against the Machine (59:50), aka movies Clint and Ken think would be improved with Nic Cage, and the latest spin of the CineTron-3000 (1:12:00). Visit us or shoot us a message at www.cinebabblecast.com. Episode Quick Look: - Bond v. Corona Virus (1:05) - Bat-reveals (3:35) - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (8:30) - Cage Roulette: Primal (16:10) - Blind Primal Quiz Show (21:55) - Cage Roulette: Kill Chain (26:10) - Mail Bag debut (30:35) - Color Out of Space (37:10) - Mom and Dad (51:25) - Cage Against the Machine (59:50) - CineTron-3000 (1:12:00)
The Cinebabblers tell feel-good lies to each other before diving into a brief "Whatchoo Watchin' Bout" (2:05) and the latest "Trailer Trailer" (8:35), taking a look at the upcoming Green Knight (9:50) and Spiral (13:00). From there it's on to this week's main features, with coverage of Jojo Rabbit (18:30, spoilers begin at 24:40), Ford v Ferrari (40:00) and Ghost Stories (54:10, spoilers at 1:00:10). Finally, something is afoot with the CineTron-3000 (1:08:25). Clint is skeptical, Ken seems perfectly at ease. But a spin is a spin, and a surprise awaits the boys. Visit us and shoot us a message at www.cinebabblecast.com. Episode Quick Look: - Whatchoo Watchin' Bout (2:05) - Trailer Trailer (8:35) - Green Knight (9:50) - Spiral (13:00) - Shameless Self-Promotion (17:10) - Jojo Rabbit (18:30) - Jojo Spoilers (24:40) - Ford v Ferrari (40:00) - Ghost Stories (54:10) - Ghost Spoilers (1:00:10) - CineTron-3000 (1:08:25)
The Cinebabblers host a very special episode celebrating "The Decade That Was", choosing their top films of each year of the now-dead decade, working back from 2019 to 2010. It all hurtles towards their favorite films of the decade and the one film they would hold onto if all others perished in the Cinepocalypse. Enjoy! Episode time stamps are below: - TDTW Intro (5:00) - 2019 (7:00) - 2018 (14:10) - 2017 (18:40) - 2016 (27:25) - 2015 (33:25) - 2014 (41:50) - 2013 (49:25) - 2012 (56:45) - 2011 (1:03:05) - 2010 (1:09:30) - Top Five Favorites (1:19:05) - The Best of the Best, 2010-19 (1:19:35) - CineTron-3000 (1:22:45)
The Cinebabblers introduce a brand new segment this week, discussing the first trailer for Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch from the cozy comfort of the Trailer Trailer (1:50). From there it’s a quick mini-review of Birds of Prey: The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (6:30) and a very special Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout: Oscar Edition (13:25), wherein the boys talk about the perils of filmmaking awards shows. Then it’s coverage of three films: Shia LeBouf’s autobiographical Honey Boy (29:00), indie drama Them That Follow (38:00), and Best Picture winner Parasite (55:00). Spoiler talk for Parasite begins at 1:05:05.
The Cinebabblers deliver a quick Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout (2:00) before spending time on Oz Perkins’ Gretel & Hansel: A Grim Fairy Tale (13:25), in theaters now; Pete Ohs’ Everything Beautiful is Far Away (34:10), which you can find on Hulu; and the extended cut of Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep (44:35), newly released on Blu-ray and UltraHD 4K. (Spoiler warning: Doctor Sleep’s full plot is discussed at length.) Then it’s an extended cut bonanza as the boys share two very different lists of extended cuts that don’t exist... but definitely should (1:09:25). Finally, the Cinetron-3000 (1:31:25) chooses a new film for the Cinebabblers to chat about next week. We want to hear from you! Visit www.cinebabblecast.com
This week on Cinebabble our dedicated duo chat all things “Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout” (3:05) before more closely covering a trio of sequels: the Cinetron 3000-selected Rambo: Last Blood (15:25), writer/director Kevin Smith’s Jay & Silent Bob Reboot (33:55) and Zombieland 2: Double Tap (51:35). Which sequels soared? Which plummeted? Which made the Cinebabblers question their love of film? All this, plus a new Cinetron spin (1:11:35) for your listening pleasure...
The Cinebabblers swap Whatchoo Watchin Bouts (3:10) before charging headlong into the fray with coverage of the third episode of HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider (15:55), indie western Slow West (27:20), Columbian war drama Monos (35:05) and Ang Lee actioner Gemini Man (50:15). Spoilers for Gemini Man start at 59:25. Then the Cinebabblers put their fates in the cold icy hands of the latest addition to the Babble studio, the Cinetron 3000 (1:22:30). This week the Cinetron is particularly cruel. Find out what film it spits out at our mortified hosts.
The Cinebabble boys swap Whatchoo Watchin’ Bouts (2:50) before tackling spoiler-free reviews for Uncut Gems (22:10) and The Lighthouse (28:25). From there, it’s on to full impressions of Sam Mendes’ breathtaking WWI epic, 1917, with both a spoiler-free review (36:05) and a more spoilery, scene-by-scene deep dive (47:40). Finally, the Babblers introduce a new, yet-to-be-titled segment with a play-along-at-home element (1:17:00).
This week the Cinebabblers shake off the holiday dust and glitter for the first of their soon-to-be-annual Best of the Year ‘casts. This year was a better year in film than Clint or Ken first assumed, leading to two fairly diverse lists (52:45). Before digging into their top picks, though, they trot out an extended Holiday Binge Edition of Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout (2:45), featuring a who’s who of mini reviews for The Last Black Man in San Francisco (4:05), I Am Mother (8:15), Until the End of the World (13:15), Underground 6 (20:30), Dolemite Is My Name (23:05), In Fabric (26:00), The Witcher Season 1 (29:15) and BBC’s Dracula Season 1 (42:00). Then it’s Cinebable’s final Season 1 Mandalorian Minute (46:20).
The Stars align in Episode 9 of Cinebabble as the boys find themselves talking about Episode IX, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Coincidence, um, yeah most likely. What you’ll find in this stocking-stuffed Star Wars holiday spectacular: Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout (3:00) Mandalorian Minute Episodes 6 & 7 (22:35) Star Wars Personal Histories: OT, Prequels & Sequels (32:05) Star Wars Episode IX Review and Spoiler Talk (41:35) Is the Internet Ruining Movies? (1:29:10) Christmas Essentials (1:33:35)
The Cinebabblers jump right into a packed-to-the-brim episode with another round of “Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout” (1:45), the fifth “Mandalorian Minute” (11:30) and some good ol’ fashioned Trailer Talk (19:10). Then it’s four, count em’, four reviews: Fast Color (31:30), Her Smell (39:25), It: Chapter Two (57:24) and Crawl (1:07:00). Spoilers!
The Cinebabblers fall madly in love with HBO and Damon Lindelof’s latest episode of Watchmen, “A God Walks Into Abar”. The ep not only blows their minds with its elegant mastery of timey wimey sci-fi, it manages to soften Ken on his lingering TrapdoorElephantFart hang-ups from “An Almost Reigious Sense of Awe”. Spoilers abound.
This week our fearless Cinebabblers diverge. Clint experienced an almost religious sense of awe while watching Watchmen’s latest. Ken was left a bit cold on three (hopefully) minor details but remains hopeful that anything that bothered him will be rectified in the season’s final two episodes.
The Cinebabblers talk Ghostbusters: Afterlife hopes and dreams (or lack thereof) before digging into “Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout” (3:15) and the possibly-so-but-probably-not-but-maybe-final “Mandalorian Minute” (17:10). Abandon all hope ye who enter Disney+ and its Star Wars misfire. From there it’s three post-Thanksgiving reviews: The Irishman (24:50), Knives Out (38:45) and I Lost My Body (53:15). Spoilers! Finally, Clint and Ken discuss movie theater etiquette... or what passes for etiquette in 2019. But what if things were different? If the Cinebabblers ran the world, these would be their sacrosanct theater rules (1:03:00).
The Cinebabblers take a quick look at the newest evolution of internet rage (1:30) before diving into the latest “Whatchoo Watchin Bout” (6:05) and “Mandalorian Minute” (24:05). Clint also decides to make Ken look like a fool. Not once, twice, but three times. Before you can say “that’s hurtful,” the duo review Hobbs & Shaw (30:40), Peanut Butter Falcon (41:50) and Handmaid’s Tale: Season Three (57:20).
Our dearly beloved Cinebabblers tackle another round of “Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout” (3:10) before sharing a “Mandalorian Minute” (13:00) on The Mandalorian Episode 2 and then discussing some recent movie news (18:00). From there, it’s reviews of David Michod’s smartly cast The King (30:10), Jennifer Kent’s harrowing drama Nightingale (41:25), and a little Swedish flick called Border (1:05:25) Ken can’t wrap his head around. Spoilers!
Our intrepid Cinebabblers sit down for another stab at “Whatchoo Watchin’ Bout” right out of the gate, then turn their attention to Disney Plus’s The Mandalorian (22:25), Terminator: Dark Fate (38:45) and Shining sequel Doctor Sleep (53:25). Spoilers! But wait, there’s more! The overstuffed episode gets even chunkier with a special throwback review of John Woo’s Face/Off (1:26:35). From there the Cinebabblers share their dream casts for a Face/Off remake (1:35:00) and top things off with their personal Essential Nicolas Cage performances (1:44:35).