An undercover police officer (David Goss) thwarts a mob boss (Jim Mitchum) holding a boy hostage for $6 million.
Break your New Year’s resolutions early and enter the world of the Simplistic Reviews podcast. This month, the boys celebrate the end of 2020…briefly. They then delve into what dessert they are gonna gorge themselves on to assuage their depression from the prolonged doom of the pandemic. But don’t worry…it’s all fun and games as they play four of their favorite movie games to entertain you:
1. Take The F%*king Elephant…a game based on guessing the eerily similar films of Liam Neeson.2. Simplistic Titles…a game based on figuring out which films Valentine describes is real or fake.3. Simplistic Death…a game based on guessing a film based only on the description on how the bad guy dies in the end.4. Simplistic Switcheroo…a game in which the gang theorizes which actor could do another actor’s career better.
All that and so much more on this Auld Acquaintance Episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
Holiday Hijinks come once a year, and with The Simplistic Reviews here, you should have no fear!After all the good tidings 2020 has given us, its time to head to The First Korean Church of SR as confessional gets sexy in the newest segment; “Simplistic Confessional with Father Polizzi.”Blue Collar Comedy and The Kings of Comedy talk, Matt giving people their signs, DJ creaming over the life’s work of Aaron Sorkin, and so much more in this festive edition of the highest rated podcast of recently divorced dads who are planning on creating an OnlyFans Page to pay for their child support; The Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
Batman, the Joker, Ra’s Al Ghul, Walter Vinci from First Time Watchers…seriously, a whole bunch of people show up on this special Election Edition of the Simplistic Reviews podcast. The boys politic about Hollywood news in the return of Can You Dig It. Julie’s Diary reveals your favorite announcer’s stance on the upcoming election…kinda. And the boys pick the winners to a couple of battles to the death in another round of Simplistic Fisticuffs. So do your constitutional duty and listen to this brand new episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast.
On this October episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast, Justin talks about his brush with brush fires near his California home. The boys discuss frightening possibilities in a segment we call Scary Thoughts. Matt compares Justin to Robert Kraft inexplicably, and DJ dresses up in order to see if Matt and Justin can guess what he’s supposed to be in a game called What Are You Supposed To Be. All that and more on this spooktacular episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast. Yes…we know spooktacular isn’t a word.
On the September episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast, the boys say the first things that come to their minds when hearing entertainment news stories in Word Association. Matt and Justin set the record straight about their feelings on Rick And Morty in another edition of Simply Say Anything. DJ rants about Star Wars…again, Julie laments about her favorite streaming services, and the boys discuss Genghis Khan…in a way. All that and more on the greatest podcast on Earth. The Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
Time once again to go into your room, leap under the covers, pop in your headphones and listen in secret to the most outrageous entertainment industry film podcast this side of the Rio Grande. Speaking of which, on this episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast, the boys let loose on American icon, John Wayne. Matt and Justin take turns trying to read each other’s minds in another edition of Simplistic Submarine. DJ introduces a new game centered around the demise of movie villains in Simplistic Death. Also, Doctor Doom reveals what he does for a day job. That, another entry into Julie’s Diary, a Sean Bean death retrospective, special appearance from Walter Vinci from First Time Watchers podcast and Jeanette Ward from the Mundane Adventures Of A Fangirl, and an 80s movie mullet-off…all on this brand new episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast.
Happy 4th Of July. The boys at Simplistic Reviews, along with Greg Cafaro from Miscast Entertainment, are ready to light all the fireworks your parents told you were dangerous. First things first, we celebrate Matt’s copper anniversary, then we peek in on the life of Chris Hansen, bring back a classic segment called Simply The Best, do a little channel surfing with some TV Roundup, share another entry into Julie’s Diary, and then flip the script with another edition of Simplistic Switcheroo. All that and more on this explosive episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast.
The return of a very special guest, the return of one of our favorite games, a brand new segment, two new sketches, and an in-depth look at Joey Pants’ pants. This episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast couldn’t be any more filled to the brim with crazy if were a Gary Busey biography. We are graced with the presence of Jeanette Ward from The Mundane Adventures Of A Fangirl. We also test her film recognition with a little game of Simplistic Titles. Julie gets her own new segment aptly named Julie’s Diary. And to top it all off, Jay Cluitt from Life Vs Film makes a cameo in order to channel the spirit of Christopher Nolan right in time for Tenet. Sounds weird? It is! Cool right? All that and more on a special episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast
With a world starved for content, the Simplistic Reviews Podcast is here to show you how low the bar has fallen. With the help of Jay Cluitt from Life Vs Film, Jeanette Ward from The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl, Nicholas Rehak, Steven C. Phillips from Altered Geek, and Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, Simplistic Reviews presents their two-part exposé on Sesame Street. The fellas also discuss which movies are to die for if ever the theaters open back up. And we top it all off with a game in which choices will have to be made on which fictional character is allowed to marry Justin and Matt’s daughters. All that and more on this untested and very sick episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.