Film Don't Lie Podcast

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Oct 31, 2016

Happy Halloween! 

This week's guest host is from, horror critic Sulla Black, and joins the fellas to review three horror films on Netflix in celebration of Halloween. The first film is Elvin's pick - the found footage, anthology film V/H/S. Next, the fellas review Sulla's pick the supernatural, 70's homage film We Are Still Here and lastly the show ends with Audy's pick, the Joon-Ho Bong helmed Korean monster film satire The Host. Also Audy, Elvin and Sulla breakdown their favorite Top 5 Horror Movie Female Badasses in movie history. Also make sure to listen, rate and review Film Don't Lie on iTunes, Soundcloud and Stitcher.
This Weeks Guest: 
Sulla Black - twitter: @sullablack and @trashtue /
Audy Christianos 
Twitter @cinesamurairiff / IG @cinemasamurai / 
Elvin Jones 
Twitter @imthenerdfather / 
Oct 18, 2016

Episode 15: Audy and Elvin are back for the fall season and ready to get back into the swing of things! First off they review The Girl on the Train and tell you how long it takes for it to go off the rails. Audy wonders who in their right mind would buy a house with a railway that passes in the backyard. Next they split on Birth of a Nation. Elvin, gives it a "hell yeah" go see it, while Audy has mild trepidation with its moments of brilliance, but uneven film direction. Then, it's all about the latest Rogue One trailer. Audy has already deemed it the "greatest Jedi movie ever, not to star any Jedi", While Elvin feels this one could really separate itself from the other Star Wars films. Lastly, the fellas both give The Accountant a "hell yeah" rating, with Ben Affleck channeling his best Batman C.P.A. to offset the movie's failure to stick the landing after a superb start.

This Episode's Movie Ratings: 
The Girl on the Train - 1.5 out of 4 
Birth of Nation - 2.5 out of 4 
The Accountant - 2.5 out of 4 
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Audy Christanos 
Twitter: @cinesamurairiff
Instagram: @cinemasamurai 
Elvin Jones 
Twitter: @imthenerdfather 
Instagram: @darkphenix305
Aug 11, 2016

This week: Squad goals! And no we're not talking Taylor Swift! Your favorite movie critics discuss the Warner Bros/DC hype beast, Suicide Squad. Audy struggled with the disjointed film and internal decision-making turmoil that created the final cut between David Ayer and Warner Bros., while Elvin gave the film an unprecedented rating from the strong leads of Will Smith and Margot Robbie. Also, the fellas bring on their friend and fellow cinephile, Bryant Foster, to discuss if Suicide Squad delivered the anticipatory hype, what the next step for this franchise is, and where the hell the artist formally known as Joker was in the whole movie.

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Aug 1, 2016

This week your two favorite and handsome cinephiles split on Star Trek Beyond's episodically written, placid, action melodrama, but agree that while Matt Damon's Jason Bourne made a somewhat convincing comeback, it did nothing to reinvigorate the franchise with its predictable storyline. Next the fellas review 2016 San Diego Comic-Con and talk about the winners, losers and everything in between. Lastly, they decide if they want to answer the Ghostbusters' call to reboot worthiness behind Paul Feig's much needed improved upon direction. 

Jul 5, 2016
This episode - The fellas discuss the competent but failed social-parable expectations of The Purge: Election Day, then they give a big hell no! waste of time rating to the insufferable, over inflated, self-importance that Independence Day: Resurgence has for itself. Next guest host and resident horror film critic, Sulla Black from, stops by to discuss The Purge: Election Day's sloppily delivered political themes and breaks down the franchise's overall influence and what creative direction the next film should go. Finally, Audy and Elvin review the bizarre, bewildered, ambiguously gay duo of Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe's characters in the new movie, Swiss Army Man.
This week's guest: Sulla Black. You can follow him on twitter @sullablack and check out his website for his riffing B-Movie live tweeting events at
Jun 20, 2016

This week your favorite movie reviewers give a solid appreciation to James Wan's good but toothless 'The Conjuring 2.' Then they discuss the buddy cop co-dependent viability The Rock and Kevin Hart need from one another to make 'Central Intelligence' passable. Afterwards, they assess if the rest of the summer is in bad shape for the movie industry and finally, slam the uber stupid magic kitsch-fest of 'Now You See Me 2.'

Jun 4, 2016

Audy and Elvin debate over the alpha dog chemistry of The Nice Guys, then discuss Bryan Singer's allegorical slapdash of the 12 different sub-genres that made up X-men: Apocalypse and finally gush over the savage energy of The Jungle Book. Also the fellas discuss Daniel Craig possibly leaving James Bond and who could fill those large blue-eyed shoes. 

May 27, 2016

Audy and Elvin discuss which team wore the Marvel Championship Belt better - Team Captain America or Team Iron-guy. Then they review the varying degrees of George Clooney's handsome face and how it hinders your plot in the toothless thrill Money Monster. Lastly, the fellas try to decipher just where in the hell all of the new Ghostbusters reboot hate is coming from. Also: Cinema Report Card with letter grades of all the Avengers' Civil War characters.

Feb 5, 2016

Movie reviews for The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, The Room

Jan 17, 2016

Movie reviews for Spotlight, The Hateful Eight, The Revenant