Upcoming Movies (August 1st - 4th, 2023) (28 Movies)

August 03, 2023 00:28:19
Upcoming Movies (August 1st - 4th, 2023) (28 Movies)
Upcoming Movies
Upcoming Movies (August 1st - 4th, 2023) (28 Movies)

Aug 03 2023 | 00:28:19


Show Notes

Wow, we finally made it back to our upcoming movies episodes, and what a week to start with LOL



I Am Rage (Uncork'd)

Big Crow (Freestyle)

Stronghold (Gravitas)

Bad City (Well Go USA)

Untold Jake Paul: The Problem Child (Netflix)


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (Paramount)

Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food (Netflix)


The Hiding Place (Trafalgar)

Our Body (Cinema Guild)

Zom 100: Bucket List of The Dead (Netflix)

Head to Head (Netflix)


Meg 2: The Trench (Warner Bros)

Shortcomings (Sony)

Til Death Do Us Part (Cineverse)

The Collective (Quiver)

Mob Land (Saban)

Corner Office (Lionsgate)

Passages (MUBI)

Ransomed (Well Go USA)

Men of Deeds (Dekanalog)

What Comes Around (IFC)

Problemista (A24)

Klondike (Samuel Goldwyn)

Brother (Vertical)

A Compassionate Spy (Magnolia)

Bobcat Moretti (Stonecutter)

The Passenger (Paramount)

Heir of The Witch (Quiver)

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Episode Transcript

Speaker 0 00:00:00 Well hello everybody and welcome back. This is a long time coming and I'm so glad to be finally bringing you the upcoming movies episodes. Once again, I was just looking it up and the last time I did an upcoming movies episode was February 10th, 2022, so almost a year and a half ago. Yeah, it's been a while and I am so sorry about that. And I was, as I was getting ready to do this today, I was looking up how many movies are coming out this week and what a week to jump in on. There are 28 movies opening up this week and I don't know about you, but that's a lot of trailers to go through. There are some real hits and a lot of misses in this batch today. So I am just kind of excited to kind of jump in and get going. You may notice at the beginning, if you've been a long time listener, that we did not add our musical intro at the beginning. Speaker 0 00:00:51 We're actually gonna be making a few changes with that. I did not announce that change the other day with some of our other changes, but, so we're kind of mix nets up a little bit. If you want to stay on top and catch all of the new episodes, 'cause these upcoming movies episodes are gonna be occurring every Thursday morning. If you wanna be sure and you don't miss any of those, please be sure to like, subscribe and share. I mean, who doesn't want to share this information? This is fun. I, I love doing this. I love bringing this to you and I am hoping that you're loving listening. Get ready. This is gonna be a little bit of an adventure today, especially since we're gonna be covering so many movies. We're gonna jump right in with the ones that opened August 1st. The first one is I Am Rage. Speaker 0 00:01:32 It's kind of a couple goes along and they, they're going out and she's getting ready to meet his parents. If you saw the movie The Hunt a few years ago, it's kind of like along the lines of that and maybe a little bit of like the Hunger Games kind of feel to it a little bit, but not quite. What she ends up finding herself in is a situation where people are buying and selling blood and she has a special something in her blood. Ultimately, it's a fight for her life in the end because they, she has basically a big target on her back and kinda how that plays out. So basically the whole I Am Rage is she's raging against all of this stuff just to try to survive. Obviously in the trailer it doesn't give it away and something like that. It's like you can kind of pretty much for tell how that, how that one's gonna go. Speaker 0 00:02:16 So I mean, we're not starting off with anything real strong here. As you can tell. <laugh> also on the first is a movie called Big Crow. Now, based on the title, I had no idea what to expect of this one as it kind of played through, I was like, wow, this looks like it actually might be something pretty cool. And it's about a Lako, a Lakota hero. She grew up in South Dakota. She was big with playing basketball and softball and volleyball and whatever she could get into, but she really made a name for herself and she really brought her culture into whatever it was that she was doing. She was proud to do what she was doing, but she was also proud of her culture. Well, by doing so, she helped reclaim a lot of the Lakota culture in South Dakota. If you are a Native American, if you'd have any Native American heritage, if you're curious about Native American heritage, this is definitely gonna be one that you wanna check out. Speaker 0 00:03:03 Again, that is called Big Crow and it came out on August 1st. Another one on August 1st is called Stronghold. This one, I'll just be honest, this one seemed a little bit odd right from the get-go. It's a girl in her mom living in the woods. It's very apocalyptic. The world has come to an end. They, they think they're the only two people left in the world, so they're just kind of doing what they need to do to survive. Well, a stranger shows up and the mom's like, whoa, whoa, whoa. We're supposed to be the last people here. And it turns out that she's actually been kinda lying to her daughter all along a little bit and the daughter now has curiosities, but the mom's like, no, no, no, you can't go check any of this stuff out. So the mom wants to keep her right there. Speaker 0 00:03:42 Mom wants to keep the daughter close by, the daughter wants to spread her wings and go out and be free. It looked like it may have some promise, but it also looked very predictable. So it's gonna be interesting to see how that one plays out. Bad City also opened up on the first there. Uh, I'm just gonna warn you right now, there are a lot of movies that open up this week that have subtitles. This is one of 'em. I am not trying to be, um, bigot or racist or anything, but I cannot tell one language from another. I can't tell Japanese from Chinese from Korean when I hear it. And so I do apologize about that. So I just put down that it's an Asian language and it has subtitles. Again, I apologize about that. I'm not trying to be offensive at all, except I just don't have the ear to identify that. Speaker 0 00:04:23 And so my apologies on that. The story basically as, as much as I could pick up based purely on the subtitles, it's the, I can't talk Cusa Underworld in this underworld. They believe there's no such thing as justice. They have to either live with being in the light or in the shadows. There's no InBetween. It's a lot of action, a lot of fighting. The main point of the story, I was a little bit lost, but if you're into those kind of movies and you're into like the kung fu movies, martial arts type things, you might really enjoy this. So again, that one was called Bad City. The last one that came out on the first was one that I kind of, what kind of took me by surprise a little bit, if you've been on the internet at all in like the last decade, you've heard the name Jake Paul, very controversial, very just over the top YouTube TikTok, just kind of somebody who went to to the edge of the envelope and then went even further. Speaker 0 00:05:18 And not, not in a positive way. He was really a problem child in the movie is actually called Untold Jake Paul, the Problem Child. Well, it bit obviously, and he kind of grew up with having a tough dad and so him and his brother really became the tough kids. They were unhinged, they were insane, unpredictable. They were living a total life without purpose. They had nothing to fight for. Well, he rec channelled that kind of into the I F C and it's not like boxing, it's like just raw fighting and it's brutal. And so Jake Paul's been reinventing himself in the world of fighting and so maybe he's finally fighting something to fight for. I don't, I don't know if you're into that kind of stuff again, maybe one to check out or one to skip. Now on August 2nd we had Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem. Speaker 0 00:06:07 No, I wanna start with this before I even get into what this movie's about. If you grew up with the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, you're probably not gonna find much about this movie to like this movie is if the Teenage Mutant Nja Turtles had come out now instead of when they did, basically they're coming out again as teenagers and they're just, it's not the, the same turtles that we remember. They have the same names, they have the same mentors they have, I mean you've got everything else that's the same except for the personalities and the story and kind of all of that. It's just, this one is kind of like Claymation meets animation. It's got a lot of the same people who did stories like Sausage Party and things like that. Only this does not go in that adult thing the Sausage Party did, but it was done by Seth Rogan. Speaker 0 00:06:55 It's just, it's not the turtles that you remember. It's like I said, if you've ever been a fan of the Turtles, you might wanna skip this or who knows, maybe, maybe you might like it. I don't know. But it's like, it's so different from the original ones. I just was kind of sneering and, and I, I haven't seen it yet. Maybe I'll be cheering when I go see it, but just from what I see in the previews, I was just like, why? There's like, so there's, I've said this before, I'll say it again. There is no originality just in Hollywood anymore. It's like this story, did they have to, to take the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in this whole new direction that they've gone in and that they have to insert so much crap into the, the trailers. Like I said, I haven't seen the movie yet, but just based on some of the comments and the trailers, I can imagine that there's a lot of woke stuff in it, kinda like they did with the Spider-Man one. Speaker 0 00:07:44 Oh, hopefully it doesn't go that bad, but I guess we'll wait and find out and see. And as soon as I know you will know, then there's only one other one that came out on the second and I've watched the trailer for this and it just reminded me of a movie that I watched back in 2014 and it's honestly one of the worst ones I've ever seen since doing Deputy. It was called Fed Up, but the one that came out on the second was called Poisoned the Dirty Truth about Your Food. And yes, I said that more as a little bit animated and it has to do with safety and the food supply in the world. It's like, okay, we're in the us, we've got the safest food supply in the world, right? Well, no, this whole thing is that basically we should suspect every bite of food that we put in our mouth, whether it be meats, whether it be vegetables, whether it be anything, we should automatically suspect it's gonna be contaminated with e coli, with salmonella, with any of these other foodborne illnesses, we should just automatically assume that anything we put in our mouth is tainted and I'm just like, oh my word. Speaker 0 00:08:35 It's like, okay, maybe there might, there's people get sick from food poisoning all the time. I think they threw out a number. I said 48 million people get sick yearly from foodborne illnesses. There's a lot of different reasons for that and probably a good portion of it. I don't know this for a fact, this is just my opinion, but I would assume it had to do with like incorrect food handling, like food being out too long or not being cooked to a safe temperature or insert what however many reasons you wanna insert on that there. But of course it's like they're not, that's not the angle that they're going with this movie. Their whole thing is the profit over ethics and then like I said, just assuming that everything is tainted, there's 15 different agencies in this country that have to deal with and deal with food safety and all the compliance issues on that. Speaker 0 00:09:17 And it's just this whole movie was just was go As is out to demonize that whole industry. Is there gonna be some facts mixed in with all this? Yeah, definitely. But it's kind of gets a little bit loft of the propaganda, at least from what I can tell in the trailer. This is one that I will probably watch just so that I can bring you the fair interrogation of it just to kind just see that you'll be prepared. And obviously I'll probably see Teenage Ninja Turtles and a few of these other ones too, but I'll kind of touch just more on that at the end. On the third, we're finally getting into some good movies that that came, that came out on August 3rd. The first one is The Hiding Place. It has to do with the 10 Boom family. Now, I don't know if you've ever heard of Cory 10 Boom or if your, maybe your parents have or even your grandparents, but it's a very inspiring story. Speaker 0 00:10:02 They were a Jewish family and it has to deal with like what they had to deal with back in the World War II days. It was a true story of innocence and hatred, truly the God of love and what the whole has to do with, yes, it is a religious movie, it was done by an independent studio, so it's not gonna be all flashy and glitzy like a lot of Hollywood movies are. But this one looks to have a really good message. Now, like I said, if you've listened to me before you and know I'm not a religious person, I don't look at movies from a religious perspective, but this one definitely looks touching. I am hoping he'll be able to find this one and see which platforms and stuff it came out of so that I can find it and watch it. The next one that came out on the third is called, is called Our Body. Speaker 0 00:10:42 Now, initially it's this one looked like it could be pretty good. It kind of deals with, with the women's healthcare and mind you, the whole thing is in French and there's subtitles, like I said, there's a lot of movies with subtitles that are going on that are gonna be coming out this week and we're gonna be getting into more of those. But this one, it deals with like paternity cancer, fertility all sounds great, right? Well then they get into the whole gender transition stuff and the hormone and they're just really playing that up. And at that point I, it's like my brain turned off that literally, but I was just, just like, this is not even one that obviously if you're woke, if you're part of that woke crowd and I upset you, turn, turn the show off, I don't care. But if you are of a conservative mindset at all and think that all of this gender transitioning and all of this stuff is uh, pooey, I'm trying to think how I can put that without being, without getting my show pulled. Speaker 0 00:11:35 But if you think it's all just bunk, then yeah, this, this is one that you're gonna wanna miss. It starts out and seems like it's gonna be something. I mean positive pro-women, not without being like going pro-women like the whole Barbie thing was, but just it looked like it was gonna be positive and it quickly went downhill. So I was just like, ugh. Now we're gonna kind of go opposite on that one here, uh, in a completely different way. The next movie is called, I'm not gonna pronounce this right, so please forgive my pronunciation. It's Zam 100 Bucket List of the Dead. It's a Netflix movie, a there's been quite a few of these that are Netflix movies. And again, it's an Asian language, it's got subtitles. There's this guy and he's surrounded by zombies. So he makes a bucket list of a hundred things he wants to do before he becomes a zombie. Speaker 0 00:12:21 So the whole movie is him doing these a hundred things before he becomes a zombie and he is escaping from the zombies. So it's like Walking Dead Meats bucket list, I guess <laugh>, it looks silly, it looks goofy, it looks absolutely idiotic, but it at least looks entertaining. The last one on the third is called Head-to-Head. It's Middle Eastern. So the, the language I'm guessing is Hindi or Farsi Arabic, one of those, again full of subtitles. It was kind of hard to tell what was going on with the subtitles because they weren't making a lot of sense on the trailer that I was watching. So I don't know if the subtitles got mistranslated or what, but it was kind of hard to follow. But it was basically a couple of criminal families, a lot of money, a lot of games, a lot of crime, and it was killed or be killed. Speaker 0 00:13:06 That was really all I could pick up on it. So sorry about that. If you listen to my review of the Meg earlier this week, you know what movie I'm getting ready to talk about next. Uh, the, we finally up to the movies that are coming out on the fourth and there are a lot coming out on the fourth. The first one I'm gonna jump in with is Meg two, the Trench. Now like I said, if you listen to my review on Meg earlier this week, this is one that you're not gonna wanna miss again. I have not seen this one yet. I'm gonna be watching it in the theater just like you will when it comes out this weekend. And then I will be bringing the review to you and with Meg to the trench. It kind of touches on and it kind of intros in the whole thing of back to the prehistoric era, back to dinosaurs. Speaker 0 00:13:50 'cause basically the megalodon is a dinosaur that just never went extinct is their kind of whole thing with that. And like one of the opening scenes, I guess it's gonna be in the movie, at least it's in the trailer, I hope it's in the movie. It's the Meg jumping up outta the water and eating a T-Rex. Now mind you, this is just goofy as all get out, but it's entertaining. And in this one the Megalodon is an Apex predator and it's coming up out of the trench that we opened, that they opened up in the previous movie. And there's more of these megalodons coming up, basically kinda like Jurassic World did. It's like we brought the dinosaurs back and then look at all the havoc they raised. This one, we didn't bring the, we didn't like create the megalodon, but we, we let it out. Speaker 0 00:14:29 And so what's all the havoc that's gonna be created from that? I am so excited for this one. I'm sure you can hear that in my voice just was like, ah, yay. I'm just excited about that one. No more near as excited as I was about Ghostbusters after life when that came out. But, and then Firehouse is coming up. I don't know if that's later this year or next year, but yeah, that's a whole other story on that one, but I don't wanna get too off course here. We're getting back to the movies that came out on the fourth. Shortcomings is the next one. Two basically young adult Asians who are finding where they fit in. He was basically the only Asian in his high school and he felt like he was stereotyped, but not because he was Asian, but just because of his mentality. Speaker 0 00:15:07 I, this one was really, I I, I appreciated their perspective on this one because they didn't play the whole race card, which is one thing I, I actually don't know a lot of Asians that play the race card the way some of the other races do. Basically all of 'em among the spectrum. But this one, they, they're being isolated and targeted because their personality is not the color of their skin. And it just is really a different perspective on that and it's, it's quite intriguing. I'm looking forward to it. I, who knows, maybe this could end up being really good or it could end up just being a flop because I, this is gonna be one of those ones that either it's gonna be one of those ones that's gonna stick with you with a long time and just be a great movie or it's gonna be one of those ones that they put all of the good scenes in the trailer. Speaker 0 00:15:49 So I'm hoping it's not the latter on that one. <laugh>, the next one that comes out on the fourth is Till Death Do Us part. It's a wedding and it's, I do or I don't. Uh, the Bridezilla basically becomes a killer. I don't know if you ever saw Red or not when that came out a few years ago, but the gal marries into the family and then they all hunt her for on the whole wedding night. And if she survived the game, then she's basically welcomed into the family. This one is basically the reverse of that because this one, the Bridezilla is the killer and she's going after everybody else, not an i, not an original idea, a twist on an idea that's been done before, but I dunno, <laugh>, the next one on the fourth is called the Collective. This one, the, from the very first like few sentences in the trailer, my eyes were already rolling. Speaker 0 00:16:39 It said May the privileged fall, they, they wanna be the judge, the jury and the executioner. Anybody who they feel has more than them, they've like the whole spread the wealth and blah, blah, blah. And it was really hard to pay attention much beyond that. Again, it's called the Collective. It's like I said, if you're, if you're a fan of my type of reviews, you'll probably wanna skip that one. And Mob Land, which is actually the next movie, comes out again, we're the ones we're talking about the rest of the show here all came out on the fourth. But in Mob Land, uh, we see Travolta, which we haven't really seen him in a major movie role for a while, not that that really matters much. And this one, he really proves that justice is dirty. The finding what to fight for is worth it because it's important to fight for things that are, that, that make life better and prove that justice is not in fact blind. Speaker 0 00:17:30 This one, he really goes kind of a different way than we've ever really seen him before, and I actually think that's a good thing. Now, one of the only ones that I watched the trailers for that I'm as excited to see as I am for kind of the Meg two is Corner office. I'd never even heard of this one before, looking up the trailers to bring these upcoming movies episode here to you. But Corner Office it says the, basically the tagline in the movie is think about the floor. They don't want any independent thought. Everybody has to think the same, has to live the same, has to do the same. You're probably like, wait a minute, why is she talking up this movie when it's basically his socialism? Well, because he is dares to think differently and he finds a corner office on this floor that doesn't exist, or at least, and nobody else can see it because they're all basically like a hive mind. Speaker 0 00:18:17 It's like they all just know nobody's unique and he stands out and tries to be unique. Again, it's, it's one of those ones. I'm really hoping that not all the good stuff is in the trailer because it really kind of delves deep in a type of psychological warfare that really kind of goes places that make people uncomfortable. And sometimes that can be a good thing in a movie. Now, the next movie, again, like I said, there's, it's a lot of hits in a lot of misses this time. The next movie is passages, it's sex, drugs, more sex desire and confusion. It's gay relationships, it's a lot of the L G B T Q I A, elemental p I mean <laugh>. It's a bunch of that that's going on and it's just like Hollywood just forces the stuff down your throat and we're just inundated with it. Speaker 0 00:19:04 So it's just, if you're, if you're, if you're into that stuff, this might be a good movie for you. If not, definitely skip it. The next one is Ransomed and again, Asian movie. Sorry, I don't, like I said, I can't recognize the languages, but it does have subtitles. This kid is taken hostage. Basically the kidnapper seems to be this really bad guy. There's some, there's a few twists in the story, like some, like I said, some of the subtitle stuff is a little bit harder to follow, but it didn't look like necessarily the bad Guy was necessarily the bad guy in this one. Who knows, I may be completely off the wall on that, but that's about what I got out of it. The next movie is Men of Deeds. This is a man who slips around the law and he finds himself fighting crime after a series of unfortunate circumstances. Speaker 0 00:19:52 This one is again, a foreign film that has a lot of subtitles. It was just basically somebody who is a criminal and turn their life around and it's a lot of action, a lot of fighting, a lot of violence, things like that. So again, some of the subtitle ones, it's a little bit hard to follow the story and pick up on what's going on just from the trailer. Then next movie is what comes around. And before I get too much into that one, I'm gonna see how many we have left. We've got 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, including this one. So yes, we are coming to a close on this one slowly considering there's 28 movies and we're on number eight, and then 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. But number eight is what comes around. It is young love, internet love. This young girl falls in love with an older guy online. She decides to bring him home to meet mom and dad. Mom and dad are not having it. They're like absolutely not. They're gonna do whatever it takes to protect their daughter because Speaker 1 00:20:47 This guy is creepy and just kind of how this whole thing plays out. And now I can relate to this at least a little bit. I actually met my husband online, but we did not meet on a dating site, so that's a little bit different. So we just kind of met and we just started chatting. So here we are now. It's like we've been married for 15 years together for 16. You might be wondering, wait, you've got an adult son? Well, he's actually, uh, my son from a previous marriage. This, I got it right my second time around. As far as he's concerned, this is his dad. So, but yeah, so not all internet love is bad, but this movie definitely shows yet the dangers of what can happen with internet love. And that's what I'm, what I'll probably check out number seven is problema. Alejandro is a young boy that grows up and creates his own reality as he goes. He can change things and create things just by using his mind. And his mother has kind of helped guide him through this. Along the lines, it comes out that both Alejandro and his mother are illegals and if he doesn't find a sponsor, he will be deported. And he can't let that happen because he, he would be disconnected from this whole reality that he knows and he finds somebody who might be willing to sponsor him the eccentricities of it. Speaker 1 00:22:01 It's really hard to tell the direction it was going with for the movie. It didn't seem to be as wholesome as it sounds. Let's just leave it that way in Klondike the sixth one from the end. Now mind you, the as clon, you know, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, I'm not counting it from like worst to best or anything like that. It's just, we started at number 28 and now we are at six. So <laugh>, but in Klondike, it is a, it's the movie that kind of takes, it's based on a true story takes place at the Russia, Ukraine border. It's all in subtitles. It's like I said, it's based on the true story. There's somebody who is displaced in looking for somebody that they love, and so they find people near the board were willing to help them search for their loved one. It seemed like a deep tragedy based on how the trade was playing out. Speaker 1 00:22:46 Let's hope it's got a happier ending. Number five is brother, this one looked heart wrenching. Absolutely. The brothers are Michael and Francis and Michael's younger brother. Francis is the older brother. Mi Francis wants Michael to walk in his shoes, and so he raises him kinda like the father figure in the home and just try, tries to get him on the right path. But when a tragedy happens, one of them is left just reeling trying to put the pieces of their life back together. As you the years go on, they can't let go of this tragedy and they still try to connect with so with what the other person meant to them. And like I said, it looks like a really heart-wrenching story that just may have a few twists to it, but it's gonna rip your heart out for sure. Now number four, this one was planned to come out approximately when it was because Oppenheimer came out a few weeks ago. Speaker 1 00:23:37 And if you've heard my review on Oppenheimer, you know how much I just absolutely adored that movie. It was just an incredible, A compassionate Spy is the fourth from our last movie today. And it is this true story about Ted Hall who also worked on the Manhattan Project there at Los Alamos with Oppenheimer, except he was a Russian spy. This is kind of basically defending him, spying on America because he was compassionate and he thought he was saving the world by basically telling the world what we were creating. This basically is defending his treasonous behavior. I have a really hard time with a movie such as this just because I consider myself a patriot. I love this country. I mean, I don't necessarily like the direction it's going to do something like that. It's like that is almost unforgivable. And his whole thing is he was trying to do it because of compassion, but I'm like, so what? Speaker 1 00:24:28 I don't care. It's like, you, you, you did this against your own country. There should be a punishment for it. He's actually in this and he's interviewed in this of like why he did this. And it, I don't, it just rubs me the wrong way. It's like it even makes me almost upset to my stomach here a little bit, just talking to you about this. I'd never even heard his name before. And now to realize that he was so, so integral in leaking Russian secrets that it just, it's upsetting. It's upsetting to a deep level. Our third from the last movie is Bobcat Moretti. This one looks like another. This one looks like it hit it out of the park, or at least I'm hoping so. And Bobcat Moretti, it hits a man who has multiple sclerosis. He's overweight, he's unhealthy. The doctors say he can't really do much. Speaker 1 00:25:13 He walks into a boxing training area and he's looking for a job. Well, the trainer decides to not only help him get the job, but to help train him to be a boxer. And he's like, wait, I've got Ms. I can't do this. She points out to him that we're all broken. The differences is how you put yourself back together and she helps him put his life back on track to get him to, to, it's not gonna get rid of the ms. He's gonna have health issues no matter what, but she helps him find a strength that he didn't know he had. And I'm hoping it's as inspirational as it looks and I'm really hoping it doesn't go woke. Our second from the last movie is called The Passenger. And in this one, innocence is a weakness, another kid taking hostage. And the whole thing with the captor here is he's trying to toughen the kid out by showing him how violent and stuff he can be is, it seems like it's trying to have a good message mixed up in with it, but it kind of get, gets lost to so much of the violence that's going on that you ki that it kind of loses itself, at least from what I could tell. Speaker 1 00:26:18 Now, the last movie that we're gonna be talking about today and now, whether you look at it as number 28, if we started at one, now we're at 28, or if we started at 28, now we're at one is <laugh>. I hate to leave you on a movie like this, but this was the last one in the list of the ones that opened this week. Maybe I should have rearranged 'em a little bit, but this is called Heir of the Witch. Those who died of bad death are basically destined to come back and haunt the living. And this Speaker 2 00:26:42 Woman is a descendant of a witch that died a very bad death and they're connected because of this curse. And it's just really, as you can imagine, the dark path this one goes. It's very haunting, very foreboding, very intimidating, very intense. And so if you're real sensitive to horror movies, I would definitely skip that one. If you are into the really gory horror horror movies, you might like it. The, this one almost had the feel of like the the witch movie that came out a few years ago. I don't know, it could be going a different direction than that altogether. We're just gonna kinda have to wait it on a and see if it comes to a theater local near me. I might check it out just to kinda give you guys a little bit more of a heads up. If not, we'll just kind of go from there. Speaker 2 00:27:25 I wanna thank you so much. You came back to my upcoming movies episode after a year and a half hiatus <laugh>, I mean from February 10th of last year, all the way up through August, down into August of 2023. What a gap. Like I said, what a week to jump in on. It was 28 movies. I'm just like <laugh>. But I wanna thank you so much for coming along on this journey. Feel free to let me know if you wanna check out any of these movies. Let me know what you think of 'em. I'm always interested in the feedback on this. And like I said, stay tuned because these episodes will be coming to you every week, every Thursday with all of the upcoming movies that are coming up for that week. So be sure to like, subscribe and share <laugh>. I have so much fun with this. I hope you are too. So until then, thank you everybody. I hope you had as much fun as I did. Bye.

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