Daniel and Drew try an all-new format in which they recap all of the movies they've seen since the summer movie season began this year. They're joined by Survivor: Table Rock Lake host, Spencer Ernst, and they're asked a series of random questions from viewers and each other including their favorite film, least favorite film, and many more.
Your QC crew returns to talk about the return of Michael Myers, otherwise known as The Shape. Before David Gordon Green started on the new Halloween (2018), he asked for John Carpenter, the creator of the iconic horror film and characters, his blessing, and now we’re blessed with this film.
The Shape, or Drew, and Daniel discuss how the 11th entry to this series stacks up to other films in the franchise.
You’ll also notice some amazing needle drops to John Carpenter’s soundtrack in this episode…all rights belong to the movie icon, his son Cody, and Daniel Davies. Thank you for putting out such an amazing score.
Hungry for a taste of nostalgia, Daniel and Drew dive into the OASIS.
On this week's episode of Quality Check, we discuss the new Steven Spielberg fantasy, Ready Player One.
Spoiler Alert -- it's not Spielberg's worst movie. Sorry, internet.
We also fire off a round of Rapid Questions and make our Rotten Tomatoes score predictions for the new Jim Halpert thriller, A Quiet Place and Rampage -- you know, that movie where Dwayne Johnson has sex with a giant monkey.
Also -- Daniel finds unexpected love in Virtual Reality.
This week on Quality Check, Daniel and Drew go on a galaxy-spanning journey to figure out if the new Disney live-action kids flick "A Wrinkle in Time" is an instant classic or a unmemorable mess.
They also talk about Steven Spielberg's "Ready Player One". Is it possible a real life character from one of Spielberg's biggest movies makes a special cameo? We have the hot scoop!
The boys also reveal their Rotten Tomatoes predictions for the March blockbuster hopeful and whether or not the movie will be a massive bomb.
Hello - 0:00
A Wrinkle in Time Review - 3:55
The True or False Game - 25:20
The Rotten Tomatoes Game: READY PLAYER ONE - 30:50
A change of pace this week on Quality Check.
To celebrate the 90th Academy Awards, Daniel and Drew share their three favorite movies vying for Oscar gold this year.
They also make their predictions for the night's biggest awards including Best Actor, Actress and Director.
Strap in for a sci-fi filled episode with your QC crew! First up is Mute, the new Netflix original film from Duncan Jones, who you may remember directing Moon, Source Code, and Warcraft. Then, your boys dive into the Shimmer and discuss Annihilation, Alex Garland’s second film in the director’s seat.
Finally, find out what the squad predicts for Death Wish in the Rotten Tomatoes Game. You might remember…this Eli Roth remake made its way into one of their Top 10 films of 2018…
After weeks of battling the flu, Daniel and Drew are back just in time for one of 2018's most anticipated blockbusters.
In Episode 38 of Quality Check, the boys discuss the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Black Panther."
Does young filmmaker Ryan Coogler make it three for three? Find out what they think.
They also reveal who came close in The Rotten Tomatoes Game and introduce a new one called *The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
Follow us on Twitter to let us know what you think of this week's movie. https://twitter.com/QualityCheckPod
0:00 COLD OPEN
0:20 HELLO / EPISODE RUNDOWN
4:00 THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY (NEW GAME!!!)
37:00 THE ROTTEN TOMATOES GAME: FIFTY SHADES FREED
39:20 THE ROTTEN TOMATOES GAME: BLACK PANTHER
41:00 BLACK PANTHER **SPOILERS** DISCUSSION
*Yes... Yes. Cable has more than one line in the DEADPOOL 2 trailer. My bad
Drew's out sick, Daniel is staving off the flu, and your boys bring back a guest: Curt. Here, Curt tries to convince Daniel why your QC crew should like movies from 2017 that they feel indifferent about.
The movies discussed include: Dunkirk, The Discovery, 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, and Life.
Additionally, Daniel and Curt discuss their biggest surprises of 2017 at the box office.
In a Quality Check first, Daniel & Drew have a new episode format titled Tiny Takeaways, in which they cover three new movies: I, Tonya (03:02), Phantom Thread (27:54), and Shape of Water (57:29). They provide hot takes on each movie and discuss which of the three they liked most.
Then for the Rotten Tomatoes Game, your boys reveal their scores and the final critics’ scores for Nic Cage’s new wacky adventure, “Mom & Dad,” and they also predict the scores for “Fifty Shades Freed.”
As a bonus (it’s a surprise, you have to find it buried in this episode!), Daniel & Drew bring back a segment they haven’t done in a few weeks. Just a heads up…it’s NSFW.
Spielberg. Streep. Hanks. FINALLY!
Your QC crew talks about the timeliness of this American story, timeliness, and how this ranks among Spielberg’s last 5 films.
Also, Daniel & Drew make their Rotten Tomatoes Game predictions for Nic Cage’s zany new zombie film, “Mom & Dad,” and another film…that’s a little way from its release.