• 35. Judy Blume Forever, American Movie, and Hell House

    Oops, it has been a year... Maybe some of you still keep up with this feed? We're back, and it's October, so what better way to celebrate than with a Doctober episode! We get into how amazing literature and Judy Blume is, dudes helping each other to achieve their dreams, and religious trauma all in one episode! I hope you still know how to Sundance because it's time!

    Trigger warning for discussion of self harm, suicide, rape, and school shootings.

    Judy Blume Forever (03:47)

    American Movie (26:29)

    Hell House (47:28)

    American Hysteria episodes (Chick Tracts parts 1-3) on Jack Chick that Jessica mentioned. Just linking the first episode - https://spotify.link/YKbswM309Db

    *Extra Note - Hell House was released in 2001, but its “wide” release was in 2002.

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    1h 9m | Oct 24, 2023
  • 34. The Most Colorful Time of the Year (Holiday Bonus Episode)

    Look at us! You didn't know if we'd follow through, huh? Well, we did, and we're discussing an absolutely absurd Hallmark Christmas movie this week. It's got everything you need in a Christmas movie: problematic elements, weird/inaccurate science, questionable medical ethics, and a bunch of horned up moms! The list goes on, but we've got some Sun-er...some Hallmark-Christmas-dancing to do, so let's get to it!

    The Most Colorful Time of the Year - (04:52)

    The song used during the end sign off is called "Home for the Holidays" and can be found here!

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    33m | Dec 14, 2022
  • 33. Christmas in the Clouds

    It's time for a Christmas episode again! Just one movie again this go around, but maybe we'll do a bonus episode next month. Christmas in the Clouds is a Christmassy, screwball comedy! We dig deep into all the tropes of Hallmark Christmas movies as well, and if you stick around until the end you can hear a festive treat: "Christmas at the Laundromat." It's for sure the dumbest sign off we've ever done. Grab those snickerdoodles out of the oven, and slurp up that nog because it’s time to Sundance around the Christmas tree!

    Christmas in the Clouds - (04:18)

    Song used during Christmas at the Laundromat is 'Love Letters' by Aaron Kenny. Genre / Mood: Cinematic Calm YouTube Audio Library and can be found here!

    You can follow us on Twitter here! And individually here!: Jessica and Dillon

    26m | Nov 28, 2022
  • 32. The Vicious Kind

    Something's cooking in the oven! We can smell it. Could it be turkey? No, that's not it. It smells like family dysfunction, terrible people, and misogyny! Oh, boy! We have a nice, warm, feel good Thanksgiving movie for you this week--absolutely perfect for the family gathering...if your family happens to be a raging dumpster fire, that is! This episode is a little shorter than usual so that Jessica doesn't have to spend an entire week editing and can instead have time to contemplate her year and life choices during the holiday season. Alright, unbutton those top buttons on your pants and get ready for the turkey sweats because it's time to Sundance!

    The Vicious Kind - (03:25)

    Song in the film that was mentioned - “Welcome Home, Son” by Radical Face

    Song clip in the sign off at the end of the podcast - “A Little Bit of Everything” by Dawes

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    24m | Nov 17, 2022
  • 31. Waitress, Mandy, and The Nightmare Before Christmas

    What's this?!?! A new episode! We're transitioning into deeper holiday and festive vibes, but since it's not quite Christmas and Halloween just ended, we chose a couple of films that have that spooky, eerie tone (disturbing even) and another that is warm and involves pies! Just don't try to understand it...these films feel a little bit autumnal with a dash of Christmas throw in, and that's all we really need, ok? So preheat those ovens and grab your freshly forged battle axes because it's time to Sundance!

    Waitress - (02:39)

    Mandy - (26:21)

    The Nightmare Before Christmas - (42:43)

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    1h 7m | Nov 4, 2022
  • 30. Watcher, Miss Americana, and Magic Mike

    It's time for another episode! We're talking about a tense thriller, a very entertaining documentary, and a film about some dudes just having fun...or are they? We get a tad unhinged while discussing Watcher and Miss Americana. Look, it's hard not to analyze in depth both Taylor Swift and the different struggles of women, ok? They both inspire a lot of conversation, and we just have a lot of feelings! So limber up, tune those guitars, and let's Sundance!

    Watcher - (07:17)

    Miss Americana - (27:40)

    Magic Mike - (52:57)

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    1h 7m | Oct 20, 2022
  • 29. Dinner in America, Donnie Darko, and Elvis (2022)

    Been a while! Summer is finally over, and our recording "studio" is habitable again. We're back to talk about a personal favorite from 2020, something a little spooky, and a biopic that is maybe too conventional? We made a new friend. He's....imaginary, but he says we should all Sundance now.

    • Dinner in America - (05:34)
    • Donnie Darko - (21:21)
    • Elvis - (40:56)

    You can follow us on Twitter here! You can also follow us individually here Jessica and Dillon!

    59m | Oct 4, 2022
  • 28. 99 Homes, Ass Backwards, and A.I. Artificial Intelligence

    Another episode in the can, and we're a little weird during this one....ok, more than normal. We discuss one crushing drama with 99 Homes, and then we try to lighten things up a bit with some dumb comedy in Ass Backwards (great title). Does A.I. Artificial Intelligence deliver the same emotional high that Jessica has been chasing for years since seeing Bicentennial Man? Who knows! Well, you'll know after you've finished listening to this. So throw your pageant dresses into your space cars...what's that? You've lost your keys to the future? Well, we saved you a seat in our space car because it's time to get weird, and by that we mean slightly unhinged!

    • 99 Homes - (08:39)
    • Ass Backwards - (26:18)
    • A.I. Artificial Intelligence - (45:28)
    1h 12m | May 18, 2022
  • 27. The Discovery, Freeway, and Titanic

    Oh, hello. It's been 84 years.... Glad to see you haven't completely given up on this podcast. Honestly, how long did you think this pod would go without covering Titanic? It was only a matter of time. We also discuss a sci-fi drama called The Discovery and a very strange dark comedy called Freeway. Do you smell that? It smells like fresh paint....and the open ocean.

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    1h 7m | Apr 27, 2022
  • 26. Strawberry Mansion

    Call us some parade float dinosaurs because We're Back! This week we're covering just one film called Strawberry Mansion. We also have some post Oscars chit chat at the beginning of the show because why not? It's time to dust off that dream interpretation book because we're heading straight into a surreal fever dream. Oh, and enjoy probably one of the dumbest outros we've ever come up with!

    Find us on Twitter here and individually at @JessThanZero_ and @DillonGonzales2

    33m | Apr 6, 2022
  • 25. Best of the Fest: Sundance 2022!

    We're back and partially recovered after attending the Sundance Film Festival virtually! We've compiled a list of the ten best films to look out for that came out of this year's festival! Sundance was bringing it this year, so there was a lot to choose from. Dust off your shoes and the butt imprint in your couch because it's time to Sundance!

    Films listed in this episode:

    Cha Cha Real Smooth


    Am I OK?

    Framing Agnes

    Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

    The Mission

    After Yang

    Girl Picture

    Lucy and Desi

    Brian and Charles

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    34m | Feb 21, 2022
  • 24. The 2022 Sundance Film Festival!

    It's time to grab those dancing shoes, everyone, because we're Sundancing...virtually! The 2022 Sundance Film Festival starts this Thursday, and we're very excited about it! So excited, in fact, that we decided to tell you about a few movies playing at the festival that we're very much looking forward to watching. So lace up those shoes tight and limber up your joints! Sundancing can be hard on the lower back.

    Sundance movies listed in this episode:

    Lucy and Desi

    Cha Cha Real Smooth

    After Yang

    Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul

    Am I Ok?

    When You Finish Saving The World

    You can follow us on Twitter here!

    20m | Jan 18, 2022
  • 23. Passing, What's Cooking?, and The Matrix Resurrections

    It's go time. This week we discuss three movies that you may have heard of...or maybe not. One is nuanced and layered. While another is good for the Thanksgiving holiday, but wait, is that turkey even real? Or is it some sort of program or code that makes your brain THINK it's that juicy? Am I even real?!...Whoa. Which movie is which? Well, you'll just have to find out for yourself! So free your mind....you think that's air you're breathing?

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    1h 3m | Jan 6, 2022
  • 22. Christmas, Again (2014)

    It's our Christmas spectacular episode! Hooray! We're dropping this present off a little early this week to bring you more merriment for your holidays. We discuss the thoughtful, slow-burn indie, Christmas, Again. Plus, we go a little off the rails while attempting to talk about multiple holiday movies that we've watched recently in our "Christmas Free-For-All!". So don't be a nog hog and put on your ugly sweaters! It's time to get festive!

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    49m | Dec 21, 2021
  • 21. What We Do in the Shadows, Together Together, and Julia

    Hello, it's us. We're here with a new episode! We discuss the hilarity of vampires trying to be cool in What We Do in the Shadows and how boundaries are important in Together Together. Plus, we talk in depth about Julia Child! So preheat those ovens to 350! It's about to get hot in this kitchen.

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    52m | Dec 9, 2021
  • BONUS EP: An Interview with Edson Oda, Director of Nine Days

    We're still here! Here's an extra episode in the meantime while we're gearing up for some sort of comeback. That's right we'll be back and the same as ever! Dillon sits down for a quick interview with Edson Oda, the director of the Sundance film, Nine Days. The film premiered at the festival in 2020 and stars Winston Duke, Bill Skarsgard, Zazie Beetz, Tony Hale, and Benedict Wong. Enjoy!

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    14m | Nov 10, 2021
  • 20. Four Good Days, The Squid and the Whale, and Escape Room

    Wow, it's our 20th episode! Sorry this one is a bit of a downer. We would have planned some sort of party if we would have remembered. This week we discuss the frustrations of drugs and addiction with Four Good Days, and we talk about narcissists and how they're the woooooorrrrrrsssst in The Squid and the Whale. Plus, we talk about the mindless thriller, Escape Room, so if you want to shut off your brain and make fun of some people now's your time to shine! Maybe make sure the escape rooms you go to aren't invitational only by way of mail? And just....do a little more research, ok?

    45m | Sep 23, 2021
  • 19. CODA, Paddleton, and Mortal Kombat (2021)

    Has it been two weeks already? Back at it again! This week we're getting deep into our feelings while discussing the beautiful and much needed film CODA and the quiet drama Paddleton. Plus, we're getting nostalgic with Mortal Kombat, so choose your fighter and destiny! Did you look up those combo and finishing moves?

    1h 4m | Sep 2, 2021
  • 18. Sound of My Voice, Private Life, and Fever Pitch

    Oh, you know we're such a fool for Drew, she's got us wrapped around her finger--oohh.... Yeah, we're talking about another Drew Barrymore movie, Fever Pitch. You can thank (or don't) Jessica. We also discuss a creepy cult movie, Sound of My Voice, by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, and yes, we talk about The OA more. Plus, we discuss a difficult but great drama, Private Life, starring Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti. Grab those stirrups, let's do this!

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    52m | Aug 19, 2021
  • 17. Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Sylvie's Love, and Charlie's Angels (2000)

    It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, and this week we get deep into our feelings as we discuss the legacy of Mr. Rogers and the film, Won't You Be My Neighbor? We also talk about sweet, summer time romance with Sylvie's Love. Plus, we talk about angels....Charlie's Angels. Just call us angel in morning, angel....but hey, don't forget to touch our cheek before you leave.

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    1h 15m | Aug 5, 2021
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