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Fast and Furious Presents Mumblecore Fight Club

Fast and Furious Presents Mumblecore Fight Club

CW: During the Coming Soon segment, Jon reads segments from the extremely unsettling Hollywood Reporter review of Dora and the Lost City of Gold by Todd McCarthy. If you want to avoid references to an elderly film critic sexualizing a teenage girl in a kids movie, feel free to skip past that segment.

Popcorn Junkie Refilled returns to the theaters for reviews of the Fast and Furious spinoff Hobbs and Shaw and the dark comedy The Art of Self-Defense, plus a Netflix and Chat about the New Looney Tunes shorts.

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Can't Wait to Be Back

Can't Wait to Be Back

The Popcorn Junkie podcast is back in the form of Popcorn Junkie Refilled. No lengthy discussions, just reviews and previews of upcoming releases. In this inaugural episode, Jon reviews the creature feature/disaster movie Crawl, the buddy cop comedy Stuber, the original and remake of Disney's The Lion King, and Tarantino's latest movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

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Popcorn Junkie 171: Holiday! Celebrate!

Popcorn Junkie 171: Holiday! Celebrate!

In this post-America Splodey Day episode, Jon reviews Spider-Man: Far From Home and Midsommar, then discusses how each of the holidays fare at the box office.

Popcorn Junkie 168: Popcorn Junkie's Badasssss Episode

Popcorn Junkie 168: Popcorn Junkie's Badasssss Episode

This week's episode has Jon reviews Men in Black: International, all 5 entries in the Shaft franchise ending with Shaft 2019, the Mindy Kaling penned comedy Late Night, and Jim Jarmusch's zombie movie The Dead Don't Die. Then, he discusses the blaxploitation genre and its impact.

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Popcorn Junkie 165: SUPER MEGA AWESOME MOVIE REVIEW MADNESS 17: Pirates Ahoy!

Popcorn Junkie 165: SUPER MEGA AWESOME MOVIE REVIEW MADNESS 17: Pirates Ahoy!

The burnout is real, folks, and Jon is finally trying to recover and catch up on a missed week with another SUPER MEGA AWESOME MOVIE REVIEW MADNESS! Featuring reviews for John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum, A Dog's Journey, The Sun is Also a Star, Poms, Aladdin 2019, Brightburn, and Booksmart.

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Popcorn Junkie 160: The Show Must Go On

Popcorn Junkie 160: The Show Must Go On

While his main computer is in the shop, Jon makes due to get his reviews for Hellboy 2019, Little, and Missing Link, and provide some updates about the initial plans laid out for the show.

Popcorn Junkie 159: Breaking Brand Loyalty

Popcorn Junkie 159: Breaking Brand Loyalty

On this week's episode, Jon reviews Tim Burton's Dumbo remake, DC's Shazam!, both versions of Pet Sematary, and the biopic of Ann Atwater and C.P. Ellis The Best of Enemies. Then he has a discussion on overcoming brand loyalty when it comes to movies.

Popcorn Junkie 158: Trailer Talk

Popcorn Junkie 158: Trailer Talk

# Episode Notes

This week, Jon reviews Jordan Peele's highly anticipated follow up to Get Out, Us, and Sebastián Lelio's English language debut Gloria Bell, then uses their trailers to talk about what makes a trailer good or bad.

Popcorn Junkie 157: Exploiting the Sick

Popcorn Junkie 157: Exploiting the Sick

A day late but no dollars short, Jon reviews Five Feet Apart, Wonder Park, and Captive State before discussing sicksploitation movies (i.e. movies that exploit people with medical conditions for fun and profit).