A podcast seven days in the making, the latest From The Basement is here to pleasure your ear holes.
And this week we've got a great one-on-three interview as Jason talks with Montreal-based filmmaking collective RKSS about their latest feature, Summer of 84!
That's right. You might of only heard three minutes during We Came from the Basement's segment on the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show, but we've got the full 12 for you on this, the extended cut of Friday's show.
Both Jason and Shawn also share their thoughts on Summer of 84. Sounds like this one is a winner, folks. Spoiler alert!
The Basement Boys also talk this week's big releases: the Jason Statham VS a giant shark movie The Meg (shut up, Meg) and the horror flick Slender Man.
Are you ready for all this awesomeness? Course you are! Push play on the player below and enjoy!
Shawn is back in The Basement this week as a slew of new releases hit theatres -- none of them up The Basement Boys' alley, but the show always goes on.
Truth is, Jason and Shawn are never short on words, so this week they do indeed riff on Disney's Christopher Robin and the Mila Kunis/Kate McKinnon comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me, plus a couple of other releases.
But they also play catch up with Netflix's Extinction and the TV series Dark Tourist, and discuss the proposed prequel series for 24.
Plus there's their usual brand of irreverent, and some times inappropriate humour, and even a brief discussion about politics. Yes . . . politics!
And you can hear it all -- including Friday's segment on the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show -- by pushing play. Stick with us!
Aside from having the longest episode title in Basement history, the latest entry in our eight-year-long series also marks the first time Shawn has not appeared on the show!
Yup, no Shawn for you! He's on vacation.
But the Mad Twit Mike S sits down with Jason for this, the extended cut of Friday's segment on the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops, featuring an interview with filmmakers Troy Foreman and Jason Morris about their documentary Millennium After the Millennium.
Unlike the segment that was broadcast, this podcast features all 12 minutes of the interview, with more in-depth knowledge about the film, why Chris Carter's follow up to The X-Files endures, and when the documentary will drop.
Jason and Mike also catch up on some Comic-Con trailers and discuss the casting for Star Wars Episode IX. And, if you missed the radio segment, you can hear Jason and NL Morning Show co-host Shane Woodford talk the new Mission: Impossible and Teen Titans flicks.
It's all yours for the listening. Push play on the player below, and stick with us!
Jason and Shawn return one more time before a two-week hiatus, with an all-new episode featuring their latest appearance on the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show with Howie Reimer, plus a bunch of other cool shat.
That's right, the Basement Boys talk Dwayne Johnson's latest effort, the Die Hard in a skyscraper action flick Skyscraper, plus the Adam Sandler animated Sequel Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.
But . . . the Basement Dwellers have a few other things on their collective minds, like word that Neill Blomkamp has a RoboCop sequel in the works, and Billy Dee Williams is returning to the Star Wars franchise as Lando Calrissian for Episode IX.
Is that all? Now way in hell, baby! Jason and Shawn are never short on words or witty asides, so why don't you push play on the player below and get on with the listening? Atta boy (or girl).
Note: We Came from the Basement will return with all-new episodes on Aug. 3. Stick with us!
It's the big holiday weekend in the U.S. of A., and Jason and Shawn are back to chat what they think is worth watching during the week ahead in this, an extended cut of their segment on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops.
Shawn wasn't able to attend the NL Morning Show with Howie Reimer, but he delivers his two bits and change on the weekend's big releases: the latest MCU effort Ant Man and the Wasp and the horror prequel The First Purge. What does he have to say and what does he think? Stick with us!
Plus, Jason and Shawn talk James T. Kirk bourbon -- yes, there's a Star Trek liquor drink -- the NES Classic, and a whole bunch of movies for your eye holes. That is what The Basement Boys are all about, after all.
And there is profound use of the word "boob" in this episode. Very profound indeed.
All you need to do is push play and listen.
It's a national holiday in The Truth North Strong and Free, but that doesn't mean Jason and Shawn take the time off. There's a show to present for your ear holes!!
And yes, this is once again an extended edition of Friday's segment, where The Basement Boys joined Howie Reimer on the Radio NL 610AM Kamloops Morning Show to talk movies worth watching this weekend.
So the boys do chat the surprise sequel Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado, plus their favourite Canadian actor, song and TV show, in honour of the July 1 Canada Day holiday. What are Jason and Shawn's choices? Stick with us!
And stick around for content created just for this podcast, with conversations that range from the death of Vinnie Paul to the Tomb Raider reboot, Helix to the upcoming Mark Wahlberg action flick Mile 22, and more.
And all you gotta do is push play and listen!
The first Extended Cut episode is here! Featuring Jason and Shawn's NL Morning Show stint with Howie Reimer PLUS a whole lotta other movie talk, and even some movie news, for your ear holes!
Jason and Shawn yap about Incredibles 2, and Shawn puts the recent VOD release Rampage -- starring The Rock and a giant monkey -- on the chopping block. Oh, and Jason brings a Retro Review in for examination.
Plus the Basement Dwellers discuss the future of Star Wars and how Good or Bad a sixth Terminator movie will be, and why stars like to revisit the roles that made them famous as they grow older. They also hit up Netflix for some bucks.
All this is yours to listen to right here, right now, for the low cost of free. Push play, and stick with us!
Remember: Jason and Shawn appear on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops every Friday morning at about 8:40 ish.
Jason and Shawn are back! And this time they bring The Basement into the Radio NL 610 AM studio and join Howie Reimer on the morning show, marking a new era for The Basement Boys.
Yup, they've kinda sorta gone legit!
Jason and Shawn might be hanging out on the NL Morning Show from here on in, but they're still the same old aging movie geeks. Funny, talented and some times not entirely appropriate.
This week they not only riff on new releases The Incredibles 2, Tag and Superfly, they also sound off on the new Halloween trailer and share their thoughts on the little-seen actioner The Hurricane Heist.
And yes, they even make fun of old people. Send your hate mail to email@example.com.
If you didn't hear the movie-related madness earlier today, you can catch up with it now by pushing play on the player below. And even if you heard the boys during the 8 a.m. hour, it never hurts to listen again.
What are you waiting for? Give it a listen, and stick with us!
Jason and Shawn return to the airwaves with this, the first segment created for Radio NL 610AM Kamloops!
The episode broadcast earlier today, but you can hear it here again -- or for the first time -- thanks to modern podcast technology.
The Basement Boys tell you what they think is worth watching out of the weekend's new releases, riffing on Ocean's 8 starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway, the horror flick Hereditary, and the sci-fi/actioner Hotel Artemis with Jodi Foster.
Being über nerds, Jason and Shawn also bring audiences up to speed on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, whether audiences want to be or not. And they say why the current movie trend in comic book . . . movies . . . isn't necessarily a bad thing.
It's all here, all packed into roughly eight minutes of radio that's so awesome, you'll be awesomed out by its awesomeness.
There were two big alien-themed releases this year. One was the latest chapter in a much revered franchise, the other a star-studded, science-based work of original sci-fi.
On this episode, Jason, Shawn, Amy and special guest Nathan Bosa (big brother to frequent collaborator Anthony Michael Bosa, and long-time Alien fan) tackle these two movies and determine which is best.
In one corner, the Ryan Reynolds/Jake Gyllenhaal/Rebecca Ferguson flick Life. In the other, the Alien/Prometheus prequel/sequel Alien: Covenant.
You can hear the outcome of this discussion right now, by pushing play. Stick with us!