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Shazam Review

On Episode 346 of The Harold & Maudecast hosts Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe review the film, Shazam, now in theaters.

Q2 2019 Movies - Hellboy, Infinity War Endgame, Godzilla King of the Monsters John Wick 3, Toy Story 4, the 40th anniversary of Life of Brian.

Who will live or die in Game of Thrones? Our predictions!
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Posted by: Sarah Mason on Apr 24, 2019 at 10:09:46 pm shazam review, movie, reviews, dc, warner bros, podcast, dcu

The Highwaymen Review

On Episode 345 of The Harold & Maudecast, Sarah and Jake review the Netflix original film, THE HIGHWAYMEN, starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson.

Set in 1934, THE HIGHWAYMEN, is the story of former Texas Rangers, Frank Hamer (Costner) and Maney Gault (Harrelson) who are brought in to hunt down infamous bank robbers, Bonnie and Clyde. The film is directed by John Lee Hancock (THE BLINDSIDE), written by John Fusco (HIDALGO, YOUNG GUNS) and co-stars Kathy Bates, John Carroll Lynch and Kim Dickens.

Also in this episode, a recap and review of The Walking Dead Season 9 Finale.

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Triple Frontier Review

On Episode 344 of The Harold & Maudecast hosts Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe talk Netflix domination and review the Netflix original TRIPLE FRONTIER starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, and Charlie Hunnam.

Chatter segment includes - GREEN BOOK should it or shoulda it have, James Gunn back on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 3 and rebooting SUICIDE SQUAD.

On We Talk Dead segment a recap of The Walking Dead 9.14 "Scars".

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Posted by: Sarah Mason on Apr 24, 2019 at 10:07:41 pm triple frontier review, movie, netflix, podcast, ben affleck

EP 343: ENDGAME EVERYTHING

On The Harold & Maudecast Episode 343: ENDGAME EVERYTHING, Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe talk end of eras -- With HBO's Game of Thrones final season beginning April 14th and Marvel's decade long assembly of Avengers assembling for the last time in INFINITY WAR: ENDGAME April 27th, and with The Walking Dead's continuing ratings spiral, we are coming to the end of an epic era for genre fiction screen.

So what comes next? What will continue, what should continue and what will we embrace next? We dive into all these questions and more.

Also a review of the film, THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIG FOOT, starring Sam Elliott, Ron Livingston, Aidan Turner and Caitlin FitzGerald, written and directed by Robert D. Krzykowski.

We talk dead recaps S9.E13 "Chokepoint".

For more episodes, reviews and articles visit www.thehmcnetwork.com




Ep 342: Netflix Originals Reviews: Velvet Buzzsaw, Hold the Dark, Polar

On Episode 342 of The Harold & Maudecast, Sarah and Jake review three Netflix Original films, VELVET BUZZSAW, HOLD THE DARK and POLAR.

Also in this episode The Walking Dead, Season 9 Midseason Premiere, 909 "Adaptation".

For more on these reviews and more podcast episodes visit www.thehmcnetwork.com



Posted by: Sarah Mason on Apr 24, 2019 at 10:05:19 pm Velvet Buzzsaw, Hold the Dark, Polar, reviews, movie, podcast

Interview with VES Award winning VFX Artist Pav Grochola, SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDERVERSE

Sarah Mason sits down for part 2 of her interview with Pav Grochola, VFX Artist and FX Supervisor for the Oscar nominated animated feature, Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. Pav recently won a VES award for his groundbreaking VFX work on the film. He talks about his process, the amazing VFX and animation teams he worked with and the innovative new tool he invented that may change the future of animation.

For more information and other podcast episodes visit www.thehmcnetwork.com/interviews




Jamie Lee vs Michael: Halloween 40 Years Later

On Episode 337 of The Harold & Maudecast, Sarah and Jake review David Gordon Green and Danny McBride's reboot of HALLOWEEN starring Jamie Lee Curtis reviving the role that made her famous 40 years ago.

Also in this episode the Netflix series, The Haunting of Hill House, based on the Shirley Jackson book and We Talk Dead digs into The Walking Dead, Season 9, Episode 3 "Warning Signs"

For more podcast episodes, articles and fan fun visit www.thehmcnetwork.com

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Aquaman & Bird Box

On this episode of The Harold & Maudecast hosts Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe review AQUAMAN in theaters and BIRD BOX, now streaming on Netflix.

It's been a long time coming since we got our first glimpse of Jason Momoa as AQUAMAN to seeing James Wan's (THE CONJURING) vision play out on the big screen. This origin story is visually thrilling and manages to keep the cheese to a minimum -- let's face it, AQUAMAN was always cheesey. But James Wan does an amazing job world building and staying true to the protector of the deep's comic narratives. Best thing Zack Snyder did for the DCU was to cast Jason Momoa as Aquaman. Momoa was born to play this role and it just makes sense. Alongside him as mom, Nicole Kidman, Queen Atlanna shows her strength right out of the films credits kicking some underwater storm troopers asses. Amber Heard's Mera proves a worthy ass kicker as well though the chemistry between Momoa and Heard was missing. Patrick Wilson plays a mean Orm/Ocean Master and our favorite, who SPOILER alert, may prove the bigger foe in the sequel was Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta. Willem Dafoe as Vulko was Aquaman's Obi-Wan and Dolph Lundgren (yes please!) has a bigger role than we expected (thank you!) as Mera's father King Nereus.

We unpack all this in more in the podcast.

Bonus! BIRD BOX, now streaming on Netflix became the most watched ever when over 45 million accounts streamed the Sandra Bullock horror/thriller over the Christmas break, according to Netflix who never release their stats. Directed by Susan Bier (IN A BETTER WORLD), screenplay adapted by Eric Heisserer from Josh Malerman's novel, BIRD BOX joins A QUIET PLACE in this new niche of apocalyptic horror, this time sight challenged vs. sound. There are unknown creatures who have invaded the world and if you get a good look at them, you're F*CKED! Bullock's character, Malorie who happens to be 8.5 months pregnant, finds her way to a house occupied by a group of other survivors including another 8.5 month pregnant woman Olympia played by Danielle McDonald (PATTI CAKE$). The odd but impressive cast mash up includes, Sarah Paulsen, Trevantes Rhodes Lil Rel Howery, Tom Hollander, Machine Gun Kelly, Jacki Weaver and the always cool John Malkovich. BIRD BOX is suspenseful, sporadically really gory, and a bit tragic. It feels a little bit like Season 1 of The Walking Dead, and that ain't bad. Bullock proves she can concur any genre. Hopefully there is a sequel in the works.

Listen to the full podcast for our detailed review and for more episodes and reviews visit www.thehmcnetwork.com




The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

In Episode 340 of The Harold & Maudecast Sarah and Jake review the Netflix original film, THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS.

The Coen Brothers take on the Old West with an anthology of six short films that take place in 19th-century post-Civil War era. Each short film is packed with brilliant dialogue, poignancy, humor and violence--everything you would expect from a Coen Brothers movie and more. There are moments of real genius. The cinematography is gorgeous and as always, a hand picked perfect ensemble cast including, Tim Blake Nelson stars as the title character, James Franco, Zoe Kazan, Tom Waits, Liam Neeson, Brendan Gleeson, Tyne Daly, Stephen Root, Saul Rubinek, Clancy Brown, David Krumholz and, Harry Melling aka Dudley from the HARRY POTTER films in an outstanding performance as a master thespian with no arms or legs carted around from town to town in a stage coach by Liam Neeson.

No excuse not to watch this masterpiece. It's free on Netlfix!

Also in this episode We Talk Dead about The Walking Dead Midseason finale.

For more podcast episodes, reviews and more visit thehmcnetwork.com




Outlaw King Review

On this episode of The Harold & Maudecast hosts Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe review the Netflix original movie, OUTLAW KING, starring Chris Pine and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, based on the life of Scotland's Robert the Bruce.

For more podcast episodes and reviews and articles visit www.thehmcnetwork.com




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The HMC Network is a podcast network featuring genre entertainment commentary, movie and TV reviews, video game reviews, lifestyle & travel, event & Con media coverage & more. Featured on the Creative COW is our flagship podcast, The Harold & Maudecast hosted by Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe. Combining critical analysis with passionate fandom, The Harold & Maudecast offers a fully-informed look at your favorite movies, TV and video games. Commentary and reviews include the latest Walking Dead and Game of Thrones episodes, film festival and Comic Con & fan fest event coverage, technology expos and more. Fandom Never Gets Old.


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