Stuck at home hiding from the Corona Virus? Watch some TV. Can’t afford cable because you lost your job? Read a book. Suffering from illiteracy? Play with your kids. Hate your family? Well, there is always the Simplistic Reviews Podcast. This month the boys try to socially distance themselves from Harvey Weinstein, Kid Rock, Judith Light, Buzz Lightyear and even the wonderful world of Disney. They also debut a new segment in which they point out some Hollywood tropes they’re sick of. All that and more, without the requirement of a breathing mask, on this episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast
As the month of love and black history comes to a close, the Simplistic Reviews podcast does their best to hate on the concept of love and misremember pretty much all of black history. The boys tackle everything from Batman, to Bond songs, to Rick Moranis. They also introduce a new “Where Are They Now?” styled segment we’re calling What Happened. All that, a brief phone call to Michael Fassbender, a cameo from Walter Vinci from the First Time Watchers Podcast, a Terry Funk For President ad campaign and a pretty long and slightly unintentional plug for the app Cameo on this February episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast
Theft, Trespassing, Kidnapping, Murder, Intrigue, Joel Kinnaman…that’s right…Joel Kinnaman. The first Simplistic Reviews Podcast of the new year brings you all that and more, including Simon Appleton from The Movie Moustache. We discuss everything from Bond to Batman to Batman’s odd confession in Batman Forever to Harvey Dent. Tune in and listen to all our crimes against the entertainment community.
While we are in the midst of 8 crazy nights and the Christmas season, why not get yourself put on the naughty list by checking out the holiday episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast. The boys end the year off right by checking what tantalizing entertainment news story is stuffed in their stockings, they recap the year, and then finally decide which movies are actual Christmas movies and which aren’t movies at all in another installment of Simplistic Titles. All that and more on this gift wrapped episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast
On this Halloween Edition of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast, DJ finally gives his thoughts on the recent MCU criticism…Matthew creates a new catchphrase that is as bewildering as it is hilarious…and Justin cries…yup…he’s not that dead inside after all. All that and more on a scarily good episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
On this back to school episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast. William Davis Moore, from Miscast Entertainment, sits in for the vacationing Matthew Stewart. The boys discuss…well…The Boys…TV series…they also briefly discuss the only Oscar-winning film to have a money shot in it (Can you guess what it is?)…they tackle the TransAtlantic accent and finally reveal the real person behind Warner Brothers. All That and Moore…see what I did there? Because William Davis Moore is on the…nevermind…All that and some stoking of the flames surrounding that old rumor about William Shatner’s late wife…yeah we went there…on the August Edition of the Simplistic Review Podcast.
Happy Fourth Of July! A holiday you that’s best with the fireworks that only the Simplistic Reviews Podcast can give you. On this return episode, the boys discuss what they did on their summer break, which includes hospital visits that lead to an interaction with Michael Keaton, their top 3 episodes of Black Mirror, some of Quincy Jones’ best hits…on fellow celebrities, and how much they would need to get paid to let a female soccer player kick them in the nethers. And to top it off, they play the explosive game Simplistic Submarine. All that and more on this comeback episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast MUSIC Fast Times By IDOLS Gold Medal By Sounds Like Sander Variety Time By Tim Garland NOTES Alex Morgan
The Simplistic Reviews Podcast is back from Spring break…clean…sober…and ready to go. One of those things are true. The boys discuss everything they missed since they’ve been gone. From James Gunn rehiring, to the etymology of the word “trump”, to that famous last line in Lethal Weapon 2. You remember that one right? We sure didn’t. Doug Funny, Oregon Trail, Jenny & Melissa McCarthy…all points of interest or disinterest on this Spring fling episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
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February is not only the month of love. It is also the month in which the hooligans from the Simplistic Reviews Podcast return! On this season premiere episode, the boys have intellectual discussions/ profanity-laced tangents about Liam Neeson’s past, America’s rampant use of blackface, Benedict Cumberbatch‘s most creepy role, Jeff Goldblum (AGAIN), and Albert Finney’s best role…Dr. Albert Hirsch in the Bourne Ultimatum…it’s subjective.
All that and more on this heartwarming and romantic February episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
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Gold Medal By Sounds Like Sander
Happy Holidays to all, and to all a good podcast! The Simplistic Reviews Podcast is back to jingle some bells and deck some halls with Simon Appleton from Moustache Movie News. We ask the expert in all things U.K. everything from Brexit, the metric system, and Meghan Markel…we also take a break to read some Christmas cards sent to Santa, much to the chagrin of our Jewish cohost Matthew Stewart. We also bring back one of our favorite games, Simplistic Titles, to see if Simon knows what movies are real and which ones come from the dark recesses of DJ Valentine’s twisted mind. All that reindeer crap and more on a fa-la-la-la-loaded episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast
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We Wish You An Indie Christmas By Aaron Tosti
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