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Ep. 165: Beauty and the Beast (2017)

May 22, 2023 02:50 - 1 hour - 63.3 MB

The original Beauty and the Beast is considered to be a classic not just in the realm of animation but films in general. It was met with widespread critical acclaim and was even the first animated film to garner a nomination for Best Picture. Jumping on the craze that Alice and Wonderland started in 2010 Disney decided to remake Beauty and the Beast in live action. The film debuted in March of 2017 to incredible commercial results finishing as the second highest grossing film of the year. On...

Ep. 164: The Sting

May 13, 2023 02:45 - 57 minutes - 53 MB

50 years ago, just 4 years after their last collaboration, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, and director George Roy Hill collaborated once again on the 1973 smash hit The Sting. The crime caper won over critics, and audiences alike and even went on to win several Oscars including Best Picture. Still regarded as one of the best films of the 70s what is it about The Sting that won over so many and how does it hold up 50 years later? That's what we're here to discuss.

Ep. 163: Everything Everywhere All At Once

April 26, 2023 06:12 - 1 hour - 55.4 MB

It's fitting that we decided to start a new tradition of reviewing the Best Picture winner just as we got maybe the craziest Bets Picture winner.............ever? Everything Everywhere All At Once blew both critics and audiences away with it's originality, themes, direction, and acting. It won h=just about every major Academy Award it was nominated for which is even more impressive considering it came out in March. That means it had to maintain momentum and stay in the conversation of Best M...

Ep. 162: Top Gun: Maverick

April 07, 2023 07:25 - 1 hour - 66 MB

Closing out Movie March this year we got the 2022 hit that captivated audiences and critics alike Top Gun: Maverick. Coming out a mere 36 years after the first film Top Gun: Maverick was a pleasant surprise to anyone who saw it. The film was a box office juggernaut, becoming the highest grossing film of Cruise's career, a critical darling, being one of the best reviewed films of the year, and even got a Best Picture Nomination. This is considered to be one of the best examples of a Legacy Se...

Ep. 161: Blues Brothers 2000

March 28, 2023 06:21 - 48 minutes - 44.5 MB

The foundational idea of legacy sequels are all about coming back to a property and saying "yeah I still got it." Sometimes it works, other times it REALLY doesn't. Case in point today's movie Blues Brothers 2000. A desperate attempt by Dan Akyroyd and Jon Landis to recapture the magic of the first Blues Brothers 2000 fails to realize what made the first movie special. What exactly goes wrong? That's what we're here to discuss

Ep. 160: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

March 19, 2023 03:11 - 54 minutes - 74.5 MB

Movie March continues on! Next up on the docket is a movie that is widely regarded as one of the biggest disappointments in cinematic history. Nearly 20 years after the last Indiana Jones adventure Steven Spielberg and company decided to bring the character back to the big screen for a whole new audience. Despite a strong box office and surprisingly decent critical reviews (seriously look it up it's kind of insane how high the RT score is given how people talk about this movie) many fans abs...

Ep. 159: TRON: Legacy

March 10, 2023 19:00 - 56 minutes - 65.1 MB

Welcome to another installment of Movie March. We usually theme these around a franchise but since they're the big thing right now the theme of this year's March is Legacy Sequels. Basically movies that came out way way WAY later than it's predecessor. Sometimes they go great, sometimes they go not great, here we have a movie that kinda does a bit of both. TRON: Legacy came out in 2010 that's 28 years after the original Tron. The film had a lot of hype in the buildup to it's release but was ...

Southland Tales COMMENTARY

February 26, 2023 08:33 - 2 hours - 128 MB

You wanna see us experience confusion in real time? Well look no further than  this commentary. This was the first time either of us had seen Southland Tales, and boy does it show. Come watch along with us as we try to figure out what the hell is going on

Ep. 158: Southland Tales

February 24, 2023 06:36 - 59 minutes - 82 MB

Southland Tales came out in 2006 and was the ambitious second outing of Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly. The film had an absolutely insane cast of actors and plot that many found too confusing to follows. Following a disastrous screening at the Cannes Film Festival it got a pretty significant overhaul for it's.........which was also disastrous. This often cited as one of the biggest cinematic misfires in recent history. So what about this movie goes so wrong, and what was Kelly TRYING to...

Ep. 157: Our Top 20 Performances of 2022

January 27, 2023 10:10 - 58 minutes - 52.9 MB

This is a topic we like to tackle every single year (the question of when is a different story but we always do at some point), it's our Top 20 Performances of the year 2022. Keep in mind while we each did see a lot we didn't see everything, like every year films release in different places at different times, so this is our Top 20 as of right now. We have a great year of content planned for you all and it starts right now!

Ep. 156: It's A Wonderful Life, Spider-Man: Across The Spiderverse, DC Shakeups, Golden Globes, & More!

December 15, 2022 20:03 - 2 hours - 122 MB

Happy Holidays everybody! This Christmas we decided to throw it way back to the 1940's to talk about one of the all time classic Christmas films: It's A Wonderful Life. This film has been entertaining and moving people for nearly 80 years and today we're here to discuss what makes it such a classic. We're talking that as well as latest trailers like Spider-Man: Across The Spiderverse, latest news like the Golden Globe nominations and the latest with DC, and more right here on Notorious by Ch...

Ep. 155: E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, & More!

December 02, 2022 19:09 - 1 hour - 92.7 MB

This week marks our look into one of the biggest blockbusters of all time from the guy who practically invented the term. We're looking at E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial which is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. To say movie was a big hit would be an understatement, ET was a box office juggernaut having one of the longest theatrical runs in history. So why was this film such a monumental hit? We break all of that down, plus we talk latest trailers like Indiana Jones and the Dial of D...

Ep. 154: Thinner, Elemental Trailer, Bob Iger is BACK, Our Top 10 Elton John Songs, & More!

November 24, 2022 05:02 - 2 hours - 136 MB

A year of podcasting wouldn't feel right if we didn't look at a Stephen King film, and one got one of the crowning achievements of trash to look at this week with 1996's Thinner. Very rarely do we look at a film where absolutely nothing goes right. What is ti about this film that makes it so maligned? We talk about that plus latest trailers like Elemental , latest news like the massive shake-up at Disney,  and out Top 10 Elton John Songs right here on Notorious by Chance. 0:45 - The Wonderf...

Ep. 153: Ghostbusters, Avatar: The Way of Water Trailer, The MCU gets some new faces, & Late to the Party join us!

November 08, 2022 02:43 - 2 hours - 144 MB

This episode is late because it marks a special occasion, for the first time in our show's history we're gonna be looking at one of our all time favorite movies, like we're talking #1. So we needed to bring in some big guns, enter fellow Ghostbusters mega-fans Robert and Vanessa of Late to the Party. The original Ghostbusters went from being a movie that was thought to be unfilmable to a global phenomenon. Why? How? We're breaking all of that down right here. We talk the movie plus all the c...

Ep. 152: The Wolfman (1941), Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania, James Gunn new head of DC, & More!

October 28, 2022 08:40 - 1 hour - 97.5 MB

We're kicking real old school with this week's film as we take a look at the oldest movie we've reviewed so far. The Wolfman came out off the back of the far less successful Werewolf of London and became a cultural touchstone for Universal. What is it about this film that makes it a horror classic? We find out! We talk the movie plus latest trailers like Creed 3 and Ant-Man 3, latest news like James Gunn taking over DC studios and more right here on Notorious by Chance. 1:46 - The Wonderful...

Ep. 151: The Lost Boys, Super Mario Bros. Trailer, Marvel Date Shifts, & More!

October 13, 2022 08:49 - 1 hour - 89.6 MB

CRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY LITTLE SISTER.............Once you see this movie that is literally all you'll be singing. Welcome to our 5th Annual SCARE FEST. This year's theme is The Monster Mash where every episode will be themed around a particular kind of monster this week's monster Vampires, the movie: 1987's The Lost Boys. This was Schumacher's biggest step into genre filmmaking, and The Lost Boys ended up garnering a whole franchise including 2 direct to DVD sequels, a comic series, and an upcomi...

Ep. 150: The Apartment, Spoiler Alert Trailer, Hugh Jackman is BACK as Wolverine, & More!

October 03, 2022 17:59 - 1 hour - 100 MB

And with this our Direc-tember this year has concluded, but we're going out with a bang as we talk about 1960's The Apartment. This is regarded as the last great Wilder film due to the fact that his efforts after this never really reached the success of his prior film. This movie was lauded at the time for it's performances and once again for Wilder's propensity to tackle subjects that were considered taboo. What do we have to say about it? tune in to find out! We talk the movie plus latest ...

Ep. 149: Sunset Boulevard, Albert Pujols hits 700, Netflix News, and More!

September 26, 2022 08:07 - 1 hour - 73.9 MB

You know the phrase going on right now that "Hollywood loves movies about Hollywood"? Well this is one of if not THE film that started that. Sunset Boulevard came out n 1950 and once again cemented Wilder's case as one of the best directors working. This film garnered critical acclaim, 11 Oscar Nominations, and often cited as one of the greatest films of all time. So how relevant is it over 70 years later? That's what we're here to discuss today. We talk the movie plus latest in sports like ...

Ep. 148: Double Indemnity, Glass Onion, D23, and More!

September 18, 2022 07:54 - 1 hour - 94.3 MB

Finally we are starting our Direc-tember Deep Dive on Billy Wilder, starting with the movie that put him on the map 1944's Double Indemnity. Often cited as one of the first real Film Noirs, Double Indemnity is considered not only as one of the best of that genre but as one of the best of that era. So what is it about this film that caught the attention of so many? We find out! We talk the movie plus latest trailers like Glass Onion, latest news like everything that got revealed at D23 and mo...

Ep. 147: My Cousin Vinny, The Worst Fantasy Football Ranking of All Time, The Son, Laika's Willowood, & More

August 31, 2022 22:45 - 1 hour - 97.4 MB

Prep your grits and get re-acquainted with you knowledge of cars as this week we're looking at 1992's My Cousin Vinny. This legal comedy gave us a different side of usual wiseguy Joe Pesci by making him the hero. Upon release 30 years ago the film received critical acclaim, and even garnered an Oscar win for costar Marissa Tomei. So what is it about this film that makes it stand out? That's the case we're here to state. We talk that plus the latest in sports, latest trailers like The Son, la...

Ep. 146: John Wick, New Slate of Tom Cruise Movies, Wednesday Trailer, & More!

August 24, 2022 06:41 - 1 hour - 95.1 MB

The subject of what is going to be our final episode of Action Star Summer is none other than the Master of Woah himself Keanu Reeves, and the film we're looking at is the film that ignited his comeback 2014's John Wick. Being the global phenomenon that it is now people forget that the first John Wick didn't have a lot fanfare before it's release. But word spread and word spread fast about the compelling story, kick-ass action, and career best work from it's star that it became the starting ...

Sleepaway Camp COMMENTARY

August 11, 2022 03:32 - 1 hour - 78.3 MB

Because we haven't done one in a while and because this movie is perfect for it (especially if you're like Russell and you haven't seen it) here is our commentary for Sleepaway Camp. Watch-along with us!

Ep. 145: Sleepaway Camp, Black Panther Wakanda Forever Trailer, Batgirl Cancelled, Marvel Phase 5, & More!

August 04, 2022 22:11 - 2 hours - 133 MB

Summer is wrapping up, kids are returning from camp so this seemed like the perfect time to talk about 1983's Sleepaway Camp. This movie came out at the height of the teen slasher genre, and gained notoriety for it's memorable twist. Was this film ahead of it's time? How does it compare to other slashers of the same era. We talk about that plus latest trailers like Black Panther Wakanda Forever, latest news like the new slate of Marvel Projects and whatever the hell WB is doing, and more rig...

Ep. 144: Boogie Nights, Baker Mayfield FINALLY Traded, The Munsters, Summer Box Office Check-In, & More!

July 16, 2022 20:00 - 2 hours - 112 MB

At long last we're back to our regularly scheduled programming as we take a look at Boogie Nights which will be celebrating it's 25th Anniversary this year. This is the film that is credited for putting a lot of people on the map mainly it's director/writer Paul Thomas Anderson, and it's star Mark Wahlberg. It garnered a lot of acclaim with some even today referring to it as career bests for both parties. Does that hold true? We find out. We're talking Boogie Nights as well as biggest traile...

Ep. 143: Some Like It Hot

June 24, 2022 06:30 - 39 minutes - 36.8 MB

It's another Host's Choice episode and Chance decided to throw it WAY back with 1959's Some Like It Hot. Directed by the great Billy Wilder this film is regarded as not only one of the great comedies but one of the greatest films of all time. AFI ranked it at 22 on their Top 100 Movies and all the way at NUMBER 1 on their Top 100 Comedies. So wat about this film has stood to make generations laugh for over 60 years? That's what we're here to discuss.

Ep. 142: Heat

June 17, 2022 06:30 - 57 minutes - 79.1 MB

What do you associate with summer? Of course Al Pacino screaming at you to SIT DOWN! Heat is considered to be a quintessential film of the 1990's. Being the first film since The Godfather Part 2 to feature both Pacino alongside his contemporary Robert De Niro this crime epic mixes much more character development into what on paper is a simple cat and mouse game. So what makes this film such a cornerstone in the crime genre? We find out!

Ep. 141: First Blood

June 10, 2022 06:30 - 31 minutes - 28.9 MB

ACTION STAR SUMMER CONTINUES!!! After Schwarzenegger it's time to look at the other biggest action star of the 1980's Sylvester Stallone, and we are of course looking at the movie that put him on the action map First Blood! Released in 1982 this is the first in a very long running series of frustratingly named films, this was audiences first introduction to John Rambo. Despite what the Rambo movies have become they actually started out VERY different, so what did this franchise used to look ...

Ep. 140: Independence Day: Resurgence, Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 Trailer, Star Wars Celebration News, & More!

May 28, 2022 20:23 - 1 hour - 160 MB

Our discussion on Avatar: The Way of Water last week inspired the theme of this week's episode "Sequels That Came Out TOO Late" and that is the epitome of the term Independence Day: Resurgence. Rather than making a sequel to the mega hit blockbuster a few years after the original, Emmerich and Co. decided to wait and do one only AFTER they'd squandered all their good will in the public eye. Why is it something that was such a hit in 96 failed to click with a modern day audience? That's what ...

Ep. 139: The Terminator, Avatar: The Way of Water, The State of Star Wars, & More!

May 19, 2022 21:36 - 2 hours - 170 MB

Welcome ladies and gents to ACTION STAR SUMMER! Once a month every month this summer we'll be looking at a film from one of the biggest action stars in Hollywood, and starting off it doesn't get much bigger than this ARNOLD WEEK. And how fitting of us to look at the movie that put him on the map The Terminator, this is the coming out party of not just him but director James Cameron as well. So how did this little movie launch the careers of 2 icons? We find out! We talk the terminator plus l...

Ep. 138: Catch Me If You Can, NFL Draft, Thor Love and Thunder Trailer, Justin Lin Exits Fast X, & More!

May 07, 2022 08:33 - 2 hours - 112 MB

After a brief hiatus we are finally back with our 20th anniversary episode on Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can. The 2002 film was the capper on what ended up being a great year for Spielberg with this film and Minority Report being regarded as 2 of the filmmaker's best. So what is it about this film that makes it stand out? We answer that question. We talk the movie plus the NFL Draft, latest trailers like Thor: Love and Thunder, latest News like Justin Lin leaving the driver's seat of...

Ep. 137: Moneyball, Stranger Things 4 Trailer, Adam Sandler and Safdie Bros. Reteaming, & More!

April 17, 2022 09:52 - 1 hour - 121 MB

After a lot of uncertainty Baseball has returned, and in celebration of that we decided to look at a baseball movies so we turn our eyes to 2011's Moneyball. The movie was a critical and commercial smash with many calling it one of the best films of the year. What is it about baseball this film gets so right? We find out! Tune in as we discuss Moneyball plus latest trailers like Stranger Things 4, latest news like a new collaboration between Adam Sandler and the Safdies and more right here o...

Ep. 136: CODA, World Cup Groups Announced, The Crow Returns, & More!

April 07, 2022 19:14 - 1 hour - 70.3 MB

It's time for a new tradition here on Notorious by Chance. Starting this year we're gonna review Best Picture winner after every Oscars. Our first film is gonna be the little movie that could CODA. This film had a meteoric rise on it's way to winning all 3 Oscars it was nominated for but surprising amount of people have since come out against it. Why is that? We find out plus talk latest sports news like the official group announcements for the 2022 World Cup, latest news like the latest att...

Ep. 135: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, New OT Rules, Oscars Aftermath, & More!

March 31, 2022 19:23 - 1 hour - 84.6 MB

Another Movie March has concluded, and we are going out as big and as stupid as possible with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. After the success of the first film a sequel was all but inevitable, and while Fallen Kingdom raked in a ton of cash critical and audience reaction was pretty mixed to negative. We can't say it's without good reason but how could this reinvigorated franchise go so bad so quickly? We find out. We talk Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom plus latest sports stories like the F...

Ep. 134: Jurassic World, Tyreek Hill Traded, Our Oscar Picks, and Our Favorite Performances of 2021.

March 27, 2022 08:45 - 2 hours - 136 MB

After Jurassic Park 3 didn't strike the chord with audiences Universal had hoped it would be 14 long years before we'd get another Jurassic movie. But when they came back they came back with a vengeance, because Jurassic World wasn't just big it was HUGE. This movie singlehandedly revived the Jurassic brand, so what is it about this film that made it such a big hit? We find out. We talk that plus latest sports stories like star receiver Tyreek Hill being traded, latest news like Rachel Zegle...

Ep. 133: Jurassic Park 3, NFL Free Agnecy Going CRAZY, Ms. Marvel Trailer, PG Rob Zombie Movie, & More!

March 19, 2022 20:08 - 1 hour - 89.8 MB

Movie March continues with Jurassic Park 3. This one saw Steven Spielberg lave the director's chair in favor of Joe Johnston, and saw a half hour thankfully shaved off the running time. Many consider this to be the worst film in the Jurassic Park Franchise but is it really? That's the question we're gonna answer here today. We talk JP3 plus all the craziest news in the world on NFL Free Agency (and its ONLY been a Week!), latest trailers like the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel, latest news like R...

Ep. 132: The Lost World: Jurassic Park, NFL Trades, Obi Wan Kenobi Trailer, Deadpool 3 finds Director, & More!

March 12, 2022 08:53 - 2 hours - 110 MB

This week marks the beginning of one of our favorite events of the year Movie March! That's where we take a deep dive into a particular series of films. This year that series is the Jurassic Park Franchise. The first film was a smash hit in 1993, so naturally expectations were sky high. Did it live up to them?.............No not at all. So how could the same director fail to capture the same magic? We find out. Plus we talk all the latest new in sports like the biggest trades in the NFL so f...

Ep 131: Hot Fuzz, Doctor Stange in the Multiverse of MADNESS Trailer, Shane Black and RDJ Reunite, Our Top 10 Super Bowl Moments and More!

February 23, 2022 21:30 - 2 hours - 163 MB

2007 was an absolute BANGER of a year for film. We probably could've spent entire year just talking about all the great films that came out. But we had to settle on just 1 and you guys decided on Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz. Arguably the greatest satire of American Action Movie ever made what is it about this film that resonates with so many? We find out. We have our review of Hot Fuzz, our sports talk including our Top 10 Super Bowl Moments, latest trailers like Jordan Peele's Nope and Doctor S...

Ep. 130: Edward Scissorhands, Super Bowl LVI, Lightyear Trailer, 94th Academy Award Nominations, & More!

February 09, 2022 23:10 - 2 hours - 137 MB

Love is in the air this month so we decided to look at a movie starring a real life couple: Edward Scissorhands. The 1990 gothic fantasy romance marked both the first collaboration between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton but also the first and only film to star Hollywood's strangest couple at the time Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. A film that in hindsight is actually a really good reflection of their real life relationship. Why is that? We find out. We talk that plus Super Bowl LVI, latest traile...

Ep. 129: The Killing of a Sacred Deer, NFL Divisional Round, Madea Returns, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, & More!

January 30, 2022 06:33 - 1 hour - 97 MB

We decided to dedicate this episode to the work of one of our favorite new filmmakers Yorgos Lanthimos. In the last decade he's gained a lot of notoriety for his work regarding his work involving strange, dark, and often twisted films like the one we're reviewing today The Killing of a Sacred Deer. So what is it abut this director that people are raving about? We find out. We talk that plus the NFL Divisional Round, latest trailers like A Madea Homecoming, latest news like all the talk on Gu...

Ep. 128: Looper, NFL Divisional Round, Moon Knight Trailer, King of the Hill returns, & More

January 22, 2022 08:48 - 2 hours - 113 MB

And now begins the yearly exercise of making everyone feel old by reminding them how much time has really passed. This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Looper, a movie which performed very well for an R Rated original Sci-Fi film especially in this modern age of blockbuster filmmaking, but after the explosion of Rian Johnson how does it hold up? We find out. We talk Looper plus the next chapter of the NFL playoffs, the latest trailers like Moon Knight, latest news like the announcement of ...

Dear Evan Hansen Commentary

January 15, 2022 18:00 - 2 hours - 121 MB

As mentioned in the episode this season premiere comes with a brand spanking new commentary. Watchalong with us as we rediscover why we wanted to review this film in the first place.

Ep. 127: Dear Evan Hansen, RIP to some Absolute Legends, Release Date Musical Chairs Returns, SAG Awards, & More!

January 13, 2022 19:00 - 1 hour - 99.2 MB

Happy New Year everyone! We are so happy to be bringing you another year on Notorious by Chance. Starting with the episode that was intended to close out 2021 Dear Evan Hansen. A movie that was intended to be a major Oscar contender that became one of the biggest disasters of the year, but what was it exactly that rubbed people the wrong way? We find out. We talk that plus we talk latest trailers like The Bob's Burgers Movie and Studio 666, the NFL playoffs, the famous people we've lost in 2...

Ep. 126: Die Hard, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, 79th Golden Globe Nominations, & More!

December 18, 2021 08:28 - 1 hour - 107 MB

This week's topic was Unconventional Christmas Movies, and we got maybe the king of them all Die Hard. The polarizing Christmas Movie (and by polarizing I mean in terms of whether or not it IS a Christmas movie) came out in 1988 was praised by both critics and audiences, and becaem an instant classic. Is it deserved? You're goddamn right it is! But we examine why. Plus we talk latest trailers like Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, latest news like the Golden Globes setting the sta...

Ep. 125: Scrooged, Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse Trailer, Black Panther 2 in trouble (?), & More!

December 12, 2021 10:25 - 1 hour - 163 MB

Tis the season Ladies and Gentlemen. We're starting off the Holidays right with a modern take on a timeless Christmas Classic. This was the 80's interpretation of A Christmas Carol: Scrooged. Like many holiday favorites of today it did moderately well in theaters but mostly gained a following thanks to TV. Is this a Christmas movie better left in the past? We find out. Plus we talk latest trailers like Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse, latest news like Ryan Coogler probably wanting to quit...

Ep. 124: Independence Day, Jurassic World: Dominion Prologue, Spider-Man: No Way Home breaks the internet, & More!

November 30, 2021 20:57 - 2 hours - 123 MB

Nothing screams Holiday Season like a big summer blockbuster about blowing up some aliens. We wanted to look at a movie from one of the biggest stars of our generation Will Smith, and Independence Day isn't a bad place to start considering it's the movie that really elevated him to Star Status. How does this hit of the 90's hold up when compared to modern day blockbusters? We figure that out. Plus we talk latest trailers like Pam and Tommy, the Prologue for the next Jurassic World movie, lat...

Ep. 123: The Cannonball Run, Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer, Mel Gibson's Lethal Weapon 5, Disney+ Day, & More!

November 18, 2021 06:59 - 1 hour - 109 MB

We're a little dumbfounded this week, in a poll that included such greats as Body Heat and Chariots of Fire it was decides we would take a look at the 1981  ensemble comedy The Cannonball Run.........we don't understand it, but we do at the same time. We review this hit comedy, as well as talk about latest trailers like Spider-Man: No Way Home, latest news like Mel Gibson maybe directing Lethal Weapon 5, all the reveals from Disney+ Day and more right here on Notorious by Chance 0:43 - NFL ...

Ep. 122: Night of the Living Dead (1968), 8-Bit Christmas, Wicked Movie finds it's Leads, & More!

November 09, 2021 21:41 - 1 hour - 140 MB

We decided to take Scare Fest a little outside the month of October and got the chance to look at the 1968 pivotal horror film Night of the Living Dead. So what is it about this film that made it such a phenomenon? We find out plus we talk NFL, latest trailers like Swan Song and 8-Bit Christmas, latest news like the Wicked Movie finding it's Glinda and Elphaba, &more right here on Notorious by Chance 0:59 NFL Week 9 recap/Week 10 predictions 25:24 - Trailer Talk 35:54 - NOTORIOUS News 1:...

Ep. 121: Friday the 13th (2009), Lightyear Trailer, Dune Part 2 CONFIRMED, & More!

October 29, 2021 05:51 - 1 hour - 84.8 MB

Scare Fest continues as we delve into the much maligned world of Horror Remakes. We start our journey with the Kinda Remake/Kinda Reboot/Kinda Crap 2009's Friday the 13th. As you clear tell we weren't fans of this attempt to reintroduce Jason Voorhees to a new generation. Why? Well there's only one way to find out. Tune in as we review why this movie doesn't plus talk the latest trailers like Pixar's Lightyear, latest news like Dune THANKFULLY getting greenlit for a sequel, and more right he...

Ep. 120: Dreamcatcher, DC Fandome 2021, Uncharted Trailer, Hayden Christensen back for Ahsoka, & More!

October 24, 2021 05:39 - 1 hour - 81.8 MB

This marks the first episode of an abridged Scare Fest here on Notorious by Chance starting with one of our favorite events Stephen King Week. This year we had the pleasure of revisiting 2003's Dreamcatcher. Is this movie a misunderstood masterpiece or the insane ramblings of a writer who was high on probably already know the answer but we see why! Plus we got latest trailer like Uncharted, first looks at all the stuff coming out of DC Fandome like The Batman, Hayden C...

Ep. 119: Blade Runner 2049, SCREAM Trailer, Will Poulter joins Guardians 3, & More!

October 15, 2021 19:45 - 2 hours - 171 MB

We've reached the end of our dive into the filmography of director Denis Villenueve, and we're ending off with what many consider to be his masterpiece Blade Runner 2049. The long awaited (?) sequel to Ridley Scott's seminal 1982 sci-fi classic was Denis' biggest film to date and it famously didn't do well in theaters at all. However it is a common candidate in the topic of "Movies We Wish Made More Money." With Dune now on the way what can we say about this visionary's first step into the w...


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