In the first of the final three episodes of 2016, Los Angeles critic Jason Rohrer is back to take on Incarnate, Shia Labeouf, and jerks on the Internet.
The weather outside is frightful, so cuddle up with the Pigs next to a roaring fire. Watch them get completely loopy on popcorn, talk about whale movies, and unveil a trailer for Spielberg’s next historical drama. And hey, happy whatever you do this time of year!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! At the Cineplex! There is Oscar bait and winter tent pole pictures and the Pigs are here to sort it out for you…
Kether Donohue is back to do a hostile takeover with fellow Piglettes Collette Wolfe and Eva Anderson. First they beat the boys at their own game with popcorn and movie talk and then give them a taste of their own medicine with the Film Pigs Interview!
Aaron Sorkin darling J.D. Walsh is back to pretend he is Aaron Sorkin. It’s crazy meta, you guys.
Actor and writer and producer and director and documentarian J.D. Walsh joins the Pigs to talk Bond and Charlie Brown. Then, an in depth interview with the auteur. Also, popcorn and questionable candy.
Darrell Britt-Gibson is back for more abuse from the Piggies! He chokes back the popcorn, hassles with a Rash, and finds himself embroiled in a Mexican stand-off. Harrowing stuff just in time for creepy candy weekend!
The guys talk about this week’s releases, last week’s Total Recall, and teach an important lesson on screenwriting.
Wonder if it’s worth plunking down $14.00 to see that film everyone’s talking about? Let an Emmy nominated writer from the hit TV show “Weeds”, an actor who has been in “Weeds”, and a video game designer from the Call of Duty and Medal of Honor franchises give you their take on the latest releases.