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#InsidetheBucket Podcast #101

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery!


As the stink of the worst Summer movie season comes to a close, Inside the Bucket is ready to pull up that ugly-ass carpet and prepare for a (hopefully) better Fall season! Matt and Brandon are joined by Sandwich John (and at least one Mini-Cat) by bring you up to speed on all things going on in the world of entertainment. Matt's kittens re-join the show (see them on Twitter at mfc90125), as the trio (of humans) 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 news items: casting updates for the Murder on the Orient Express remake, Ben Affleck's "Bat-Tactical" suit for Justice League, and news about a third trailer for Doctor Strange.



But soon, the rails come off this train, as the trio fall down several unrelated rabbit holes, bitching and complaining as move into this week's box office report and the most relevant Blu-ray releases, including a nice release for X-men: Apocalypse. They also don't realize that John's mic is off, that is until Matt 'corrects' the error. Douche!



The boys haven't been together like this since before Summer, so be prepared for a lot of catching up. First up is a Summer Movie Review, where everyone gives their top films of the Summer, Most Disappointing, Biggest Surprise, and Worst Films (of which there were many). They move into Rants and Raves, where John decides to veer off from national entertainment news to focus on some goings on in Northern California. 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 Deepwater Horizon.

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NEWS (3:14)

  • Murder on the Orient Express casting news
  • Ben Affleck's "Bat-Tactical" Suit
  • Doctor Strange motion poster and third trailer release

BLU-RAY RELEASES - Constantine The Complete Series, X-Men Apocalypse, The Purge Election Year, Swiss Army Man (20:16)



Who won this week at the box office? (23:50)

Biggest Second-Week Drop-Offs Since 1982



SUMMER MOVIE REVIEW (30:11)

RANTS AND RAVES(50:18)

  • JOHN - Force Friday, Golden One Arena (Sacramento Kings) Reactions
  • BRANDON - Westworld Premiere, Television Discussion
  • MATT - REVIEW: Masterminds, REVIEW: Marauder Blu-ray, Additional casting for Black Panther
REVIEW: Deepwater Horizon (1:25:39)

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