The people have spoken, and yet still it continues: the dandy old Epi-Cast has resurrected its musty corpse from the grave of harsh public opinion with (yet) another fragrant blast of high energy film discussion. Be it reviews for trailers you haven't bothered watching, or movies you wouldn't be caught dead paying for, hosts Cam Smith and Tom Wytrwal run the gamut, bravely and boldly, sacrificing only their dignity in the process.
Epi-Cast: Episode 16 - "Hooray For Spherical Trigonometry!"
To help preserve the sanctity of your hard-earned dollar, Cam and Tom have done the unthinkable and unnecessary; they've watched and contemplated G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra. Now their heads hurt and they're gonna bask in its glorious/wretched (Cam/Tom) idiocy. However, not quite sadistic enough to stoop so low as to make the cinematic return of Destro their big review, they have instead selected the far classier District 9 as the main topic of the episode. Does it meet expectations? Is it the greatest work of science-fiction storytelling in the history of the universe? Listen on and find out, little buddy. Asides from those two main events, Cam gets his french freak on with the francais prison break thriller Anything For Her, while Tom weighs in on whether (500) Days of Summer is 499 days too many. As expected, they also take on the most anticipated of trailers, with commentary on James Cameron's small indie Avatar, Denzel Washington's post-apocalyptic The Book of Eli and the Jamie Foxx/Gerard Butler thriller Law Abiding Citizen. Did I mention they also discuss The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? Well they do, gawrsh darnit! So saddle up! And by that I mean click, save and listen. Yeehaw!
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