It's hard to make new friends later in life. But maybe, with a little kindness from strangers, it's possible for two very different people to come together in a way that will horrifically scar one of them. Join Snooty and Goon as they deconstruct this marvelous little thriller all about meeting new people in the big city! You won't ever want to leave!
The ending to the trilogy we never knew we wanted until Split came out is finally here! M. Night Shyamalan concludes his epic super-hero opus with a meditation on the notions of power and human excellence in a mundane world. Does it soar or fall? Find out with Snooty and Goon!
The New Year starts off with a proud, semi-annual tradition of watching a low-budged January horror movie. And it's actually...pretty good? That might be the biggest jump scare of all! Join Snooty and Goon as they solve the riddle of how this movie managed to not be completely awful despite everything working against it!
Dive into this schlocky military thriller from the bygone era of 2016, which has sat on the shelf until they decided to dump it into theaters today! Can Snooty and Goon survive the depths of this nonsense? Probably!
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What's scarier than an entire theme park filled with frights and delights? It turns out, a lot of things are scarier. The idea of having to sit through this movie again is already filling me with despair...
Yippee ki-yay! It's time for a return to the action-thriller genre, this time headlined by a mom looking out for her family, coincidentally in time for Mother's Day! It's not the best movie of its kind, or even the best movie in theaters right now, but as far as Mother's Day gifts go, it still beats that homemade coupon book you were planning to give her.
WHO WAS RIGHT: GOON OR SNOOTY?
Horror is a tough genre to break into, but veteran comedian and new director Jordan Peele comes in strong with one of the best suspense thrillers made in the last decade. It doesn't preach to the audience, and it doesn't coddle its audience, but it sure as hell has plenty to say.