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#InsidetheBucket Podcast #99

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery!
On this penultimate episode of Inside the Bucket, Matt and Brandon prepare for their 100th episode (and a large collection of Mini-Cats) by bringing you up to speed on all things going on in the world of entertainment.  Matt's foster kittens re-join the show (see them on Matt's Twitter mfc90125), 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.   

The boys discuss three big news items: a trailer break down for Rogue One, discussion on a key Star Wars character joining the Han Solo film, and the possibility of the CW Flash appearing in a future DCEU film.

Then it's on to this week's box office report, as the boys let you know whether Suicide Squad was able to hold off Sausage Party and Pete's Dragon.  Matt then shares this week's Blu-ray releases, and Brandon explains to a bewildered Matt why he doesn't like Buckaroo Bonzai.   

After a quick break (and a swap-out of Mini-Cats), the boys Share their Rants and Raves.  See the show notes below for a listing of the things that have their panties in a bind this week.  

The show ends with a review of Suicide Squad.      

We encourage you to participate in mailbag, as well as our Open Forum Friday, which is your chance to get in our business about running a passion project like our trainwreck.  Please email us at with any thoughts you have about our show.

Be warned: Inside the Bucket is an EXPLICIT PODCAST.  We tend to say controversial things and cuss just for the heck of it.  So, please be careful if you are listening to us while at work.

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 (5:38)

  • New Star Wars Rogue One trailer is BAD-ASS!
  • A Key Star Wars character appearing in the Han Solo movie
  • CW Flash Appearing in a DC Flash movie? 
  • BLU-RAY RELEASES - Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension: Collector's Edition  (21:53)

    Who won this week at the box office? (25:32) 

    Biggest Second-Week Drop-Offs Since 1982

    RANTS AND RAVES (31:05)

  • BRANDON - Ghostbusters Unlikely to receive a sequel
  • MATT - REVIEW: Florence Foster Jenkins, REVIW: Anthropoid, Matt's FINALLY watching House of Cards!
  • REVIEW: Suicide Squad (1:04:10)


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