Jan 9, 2017
This week on the podcast, Rob, Michael, Red and Scott meet in the Nostromo Lounge and discuss the sprawling and jaw droppingly comprehensive documentary O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA becoming high water mark for ESPN and the 30 for 30 series, Scott endures the disastrous WAR ON EVERYONE and walks away downright disgusted with a pathetic excuse for a buddy cop black comedy, the late Debbie Reynolds and Gene Kelly stay as relevant as ever in the classic Hollywood musical SINGIN' IN THE RAIN, Red learns that we all must BEWARE OF MR. BAKER a.k.a. the founder of Cream a.k.a. the world's first superstar rock drummer, Michael slides into some sexy black liquid leggings for UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS starring Kate Beckinsale, and much, much more before our featured review of SILENCE from director Martin Scorsese.