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#InsidetheBucket Podcast #96

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery!
On this highly sexual episode of Inside the Bucket, the boys get down and dirty to help one of their own. Join Matt and Sandwich John as they do everything in their power to control the sexual force that is Rama from Apparently, Rama has sex on his mind, while the others just try to keep from dropping the soap by bringing you up to speed on all things going on in the world of entertainment. They deliver the freshest, ballsiest news from the week that was (mostly) covered on our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.COM. Already dripping with SJF ballsy grease, the boys endeavor to discuss several items of supposed importance.

Their jam-packed news section includes an unlikely turn for Rogue One, a release date for Pacific Rim 2, and news about Star Wars Episode VIII.

Then it's on to this week's box office report, as Matt compares the July 4th weekend numbers to previous years, while discussing the top films of the weekend. He also reveals this week's Blu-ray releases, including House of Cards: Season 4.

After more kitten petting (listen to the show to understand why) it's on to Rants and Raves, where the boys bitch and gripe about all the things they've been watching a reading about this week. See our show notes to see what's bothering Matt and Rama (John claims he's 'supervising' today and doesn't need to participate).

The show ends with two reviews: The Legend of Tarzan and The Purge Election Year. Also, please join us for our After-Party segment, where the trio's off-camera antics are revealed.

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We hope you laugh as much as we do bringing the show to you. As always, thanks to everyone for your continued support, and we'll see you at one of our screenings.

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NEWS (1:39)
  • A release date for Pacific Rim 2
  • Star Wars Rogue One might not include the famous crawl
  • News of Star Wars Episode VII production

BLU-RAY RELEASES - House of Cards: Season 4 (12:12)

Who won this week at the box office? (20:35)

Biggest Second-Week Drop-Offs Since 1982

  • RAMA - WRECK-IT RALPH 2, Game of Thrones, Trolls, News of Jack Bauer's possible return to 24, Justice League movie to be lighter in tone
  • MATT - Oscar MPAS unveils its of actors, writers and directors that have been invited to join the voting membership for 2016, why Star Trek Beyond's projected opening numbers suck, REVIEW: Geek Fuel, Marvel Collector Corp, FIRST THOUGHTS: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition
REVIEW: The Legend of Tarzan (1:13:48)

REVIEW: The Purge Election Year (1:24:05)

AFTER-PARTY (1:40:52)


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