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I Care A Lot, Hidden Gems & New Show Format

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

On this week's podcast, Andrew unveils a new show format! We discuss current events in streaming, hidden gems that Andrew enjoys, and the Netflix Original Film I Care A Lot starring Golden Globe Winner, Rosamund Pike. We also discuss:

  • How Disney+ became Netflix's main competitor
  • Andrew's love of hockey 
  • Marvel... of course

Inspirations behind I Care A Lot

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On today's episode of the Podcast, we are going to be introducing a brand new show format. We're going to be talking about how Disney plus was able to hit a staggering one hundred million global subscribers. We're going to be introducing a brand new segment, one of my personal favorites, called hidden gems, and discussing the Netflix original film I care a lot, starring Rosamond Pike. As always, don't forget to share, rate, review and subscribe wherever you listen and follow us on social at Pod flicks, the letter N and chill. Let's dive in to today's episode. What is going on, everybody? Welcome to another episode of podflicts and chill. As always, I am your host, Andrew, and a happy St Patrick's Day to everybody listening. Yes, it is St Patrick's Day, which means it's Wednesday and I know that I typically release episodes on Monday's but, in the spirit of full disclosure, when I was listening back to the episode that I recorded to release on Monday, I wasn't happy with how it turned out. There was a lot of rambling and it wasn't very cohesive in how it turned out. So I figured I just rerecord tweaks some things and release the episode a few days late rather than not give you guys an episode at all, because my last episode was on March first with Tyler Hickson, where we talked all things Ted Lasso. I still love that show and I still think everybody should watch it. Anyway, as I said in the INTRO, we have a new format for the show and it's something that I've been meaning to do for a while with the podcast, because I want to give you guys a show that you want to listen to and I know that it can be tough listening to a show about the same show or movie for forty five minutes. So we're going to switch things up a little bit here and there. Let me know what you guys think of the new format. You can send me a DM on social media at Pod flicks and chill. I'd love to hear from you guys and I'd love to include segments that you guys are actually interested in listening to. So if you have any ideas for the show and ways we can improve, let me know. Before we get started with the first segment, just a couple of quick announcements, and I promised to be brief. As you know, Pod flicks and chill is now a part of the pod fix network of podcasts. It's an artist owned network of a bunch of different podcasts covering a bunch of different topics, and I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the host of the plantthropology podcast, Mr Vickram Baliga, and he interviewed me for the network podcast pod fix presents. We talked power rangers, we talked a ton of different things. He asked me a lot about podflicts and chill and we even get into a discussion about whether or not out a TACO is a sandwich. So be sure to check that interview out. You just search pod fix presents wherever you listen, or you can find the link on my twitter. I also recently had a guest segment on the distance nerding podcast. Now this is too cool. Dudes young Phil and James, and they basically nerd out on pretty much everything, including Tacos, to bring it full circle. It's a great podcast. They talk DC marvel, wrestling, music, literally whatever it is they're nerding out on. But I'm going to be doing a monthly guest segment on there for all of the streaming stuff that I'm looking forward to every single month. So be sure to head on over again. Wherever you listen to podcasts, check out distance nerding and see if you can spot my segment for them. But let's get into this new show format, starting with some streaming news. Dcor Dave me the news. I gotta bad...

...case loving you. Sorry, folks, that was my inner anti Bernard coming out. Fans of the office will understand and appreciate that reference. Now I mentioned this new story in the intro of the episode, and that is Disney plus announcing that they surpassed one hundred million global paid subscribers to the platform. Now, when they first released in November of two thousand and nineteen, their original goal was anywhere between sixty and ninety million subscribers by two thousand and twenty four. It's now March of two thousand and twenty one and they've crushed that goal. Netflix, it took them ten years to hit one hundred million subscribers. Now, to be fair, don't say to be fair hate. When people say to be fair, it sounds like to be fat. For to be fair. To be fair. Netflix was sort of the catalyst that launched the streaming wars and they were the first company to do anything like it. Sure they had some early competition with blockbuster and blockbuster could have beaten Netflix. Guys. I don't know if many people know that, but blockbuster could have dominated Netflix. They were scared, but they didn't and Netflix is now pretty much the king or queen of streaming. But they they were the first company to try anything like it. So they had a lot of you know, let's try this and see if it works. Okay, this didn't work, how are we going to fix it? And they really had a bunch of trial and error to get to where they are now. And I even dive into this a little bit in the pod fix presents interview that I did with Vickrum, and it was you know, netflix carries a lot of debt and they produce a lot of stuff for a lot of different target audiences, versus Walt Disney Company that has a specific target audience. They have a family audience. Now additionally they now have like a star wars audience and a comic book Nerd Audience, but that it's a lot of family oriented programming and I found a great vulturecom article that talks about how Disney was so successful and how they were able to achieve this milestone, and it had a lot to do with the type of programming the putting out, the frequency of programming they're putting out, and I think that speaks to a lot of the success that Disney has had early on in just, you know, eighteen months. I don't even think it's been eighteen months honestly, but it'll be really interesting to see how it continues to pan out over the next few years. Read Hastings, the CEO of Netflix, has since said that he considers Disney plus to be one of his main competitors for Netflix, and in an interview that he gave back in September he had said that his two main competitors were youtube and sleep. So for the guy to change his tune is pretty pretty incredible and I think it speaks to Disney's long term success. So the streaming wars just got a whole lot more interesting. Guys. I'm very excited to see how they come along. But let's move on to the next story. So I've never covered sports on the podcast before and I think you'd know that if you listen to the podcast. But the reason I'm bringing this new story up is because I'm a huge hockey fan. I grew up thirty minutes outside of Philadelphia and I love The Philadelphia Flyers. Even when they're losing, I still rep my team.

But anyway, the NHL and ESPN last week reached a seven year deal agreement with an emphasis on streaming. So what that means is that, starting with the current hockey season, ESPN or ABC, both owned by The Walt Disney Company, will show twenty five games out of the full season and half of the playoffs each season and then of four of the deals seven years they'll show the Stanley Cup finals. So I don't think it's an exclusive deal, but there will be a lot more hockey on ESPN and ABC. In the past sixteen or so years most of those games have gone to other networks, sometimes on Fox, sometimes on local broadcasting companies like Nesson from the New England area or any NBC owned properties like USA Network and things like that. And what's interesting about this deal is that there's also going to be a large streaming component of it. So seventy five regular season games will stream exclusively on ESPN and Hulu and then ESPN plus is going to absorb NHL DOT TV and essentially that's where you'll get all the out of market games. So if you live out in California but you want to watch, you know, a New England game that you can't get for whatever reason. I don't know why I picked New England. I think there's only like one team up there, Boston, right, and they're they're pretty prominent. So let's plack. Let's pick Florida instead, the Florida Panthers. I don't know who likes the Florida Panthers. If you listen to this and you like the Florida Panthers, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to insult you, but anyw let's say you live out in Calie and you want to watch a Florida panthers game and it's not on your local TV station, if you have ESPN plus, chances are you'll be able to find the game. So it's pretty neat. Essentially, when you tally up all the games from all the teams in the in the League, there's about one hundred games a season and of those one thousand three hundred regular season games, over one hundred of them will be shown on ESPN. Most of them on streaming. That's pretty crazy. It's similar. It's a similar type of deal that ESPN has with the UFC right now. A lot of fights you can get on ESPN plus and I think it's just it's a good deal for anybody who's a huge hockey fan who prefers sports to, you know, fictional series or things like that. You get a lot of bang for your Buck, a lot of hockey, which means a lot of hockey fights. And who knows, I might even get ESPN plus because of this deal. I don't know, and the terms of the deal weren't really announced or released, but it has been rumored that it's looking like Disney is going to pay the NHL approximately four hundred million dollars annually. Now, four hundred million over the course of seven years. If I've done the math correctly, is close to like two point eight billion dollars. Again, I don't know how my math is. We might want to double check that, but that's a pretty penny considering that for the ten year deal that NBC universal had with the NHL, they got one point nine billion dollars. So that's one point nine billion for ten years, and now you're talking another billion on top of that from Disney. Disney's got a lot of money, man. You know, pretty, pretty soon everything's going to be owned by them, maybe even this podcast. What do you think? Pod flicks and chill a proud part of the Walt Disney Company family. If anybody's listening, if anybody from Disney's listening,...

...wants to throw me money for doing this podcast, let me know. I'm all ears, I'm open, I'm ready for it. Let's do it. But anyway, I'll link the New York Times article for this story in the show notes for anybody WHO's interested in checking it out. Also do the same with the Disney plus article that I covered right before this. So any news story that I cover I'll put the articles in the description of the show. You can also find them on my facebook page. Just search pod flicks and chill. Next Story. So I really hope that I don't get a copyright claim for using the marvel audio there. But in this last news story, last week on Friday, Disney plus and Marvel Studios released what I'm assuming is the first episode of a Docu Series on Disney plus titled Marvel Studios Assembled, and it looks like it's going to go behind the scenes of all of the original series that are coming to Disney plus. So the first episode was about an hour long and it covered wand division and it was really neat. You got a lot of cast and crew interviews from the director, the show runner writers. You had Randall Park, Elizabeth Olson, Paul bettany Catherine Hunt, like everybody that was involved in the show. They they had little sound bites and interviews from it was really cool to see how the classic visual effects from the s shows like bewitched and I dream of genie and things like that, how they were incorporated into the show. They filmed the first episode in front of a live studio audience, which I think was awesome. So it's really cool to see the behind the scenes of how they did that and for me it was really reminiscent of watching the fresh prince of Bel Air Reunion documentary on Hbo Max and they had a lot of behind the scenes footage of the tapings of the shows and it was cool that sort of experience that you know, that's a that's a long forgotten, not necessarily forgotten, but they just don't do it anymore. They don't do live tapings of shows anymore and it was really cool to see that something like that is now prominent in this generation and I think it's going to inspire a lot of, you know, TV watchers and kids who want to get involved in production. It's going to inspire them to, you know, keep pushing boundaries like marvel's been doing. But it was it was a really fun documentary. You know, Paul bettany talks about his fake butt that he has to wear as vision. They talk costumes. One of the cool segments that I really enjoyed was the composition segments of the documentary where they sat down and they talked with the musicians who helped compose the various theme songs. It was the same two people and they didn't expressly say I don't think, but they played the clips of all the theme songs and honestly, I think these two it was a husband wife team, I'm pretty sure. I'm pretty sure they sang all of the different theme songs to so it was really cool to see how they picked out the genres, how they developed the theme for the different decades of the show. It was a nice, fun documentary to watch to give you your marvel fix until Falcon and the winter soldier comes out in just two days actually, because I'm I'm hoping that this does get released today, on Wednesday. So that means Falcon Winter soldier is out in two days and Justice League Snyder cut is out tomorrow. I...

...just ran a poll on my twitter to see who was excited more for which one and surprisingly it got like over twenty votes and most people were more excited for Snider Cut, which is pretty surprising. I think Falcon winter soldiers going to be pretty awesome. I don't think we're going to see I don't think we're going to see cap sam or Cap Bucky in this one, though. They're probably either save that for a feature film or for a season two. And if you want to hear my thoughts on season two, head on over to the distance nerding podcast and listen to my monthly segment over there. But that wraps up the news segment again. If you guys like this streaming news segment and you want more of it every episode, send me a Dm let me know. You can find me on social at Pod flicks, the letter N and chill. So this next segment is called hidden gems and it's probably going to be one of my favorite segments moving forward in the PODCAST, and we've already touched on the fact that there are so many streaming platforms out there was so much original content. That's the whole purpose of this show is to help you guys sort of navigate these platforms and navigate this content and help you find something that you're going to enjoy watching. But that said, there is a lot of content that can be missed out there, right. I mean, as I've said before, Netflix spends billions of dollars on content and they produce whatever they want and they just sort of had this mentality of throwing stuff at the wall to see what sticks right. So you might miss a potential really good series or really good film. And today we're going to get into two hidden gems that Netflix hid from me for over a year until they started, until the algorithm started suggesting it to me, and that is first we're going to start with the Netflix series the spy, starring Sasha Baron Cohen and directed by and written by Gideon Rath. Now, Gideon Raff you may recognize as the CO creator and executive producer of the, I think, stars series homeland, and the spy focuses on Sasha Baron Cohen's character, Ellie Cohen, who was a real life spy for the Israeli government in the s and in the s he infiltrated the Syrian government and started giving intelligence to the Israeli government to help sort of diffuse and end the war between the two countries. Now it's based on real life events but of course dramatized a little bit for Hollywood. But what I love about the story is the fact that even fifty years later, in the two thousand and ten s, the the actions that Ellie Cohen, the real life person, took, even though not many of them are known, and for the series they're they're somewhat speculated, those actions still had an effect on his country and on the country of Syria. I don't want to get into spoiler territory for this show because I want you to enjoy it as I did. It's only six episodes long, but it's a great series that you can really see the the love and the care that Gideon has for his homeland. He is Israeli born and I think that's what helps the show carry such an emotional weight. Similarly, the Netflix film the Red Sea diving resort, also by Gideon Raft. That was released in July of two...

...thousand and nineteen. The spy was released in September of two thousand and nineteen and I didn't get recommended to watch them until, you know, October of two thousand and twenty, so it was over a year. But the Red Sea diving resort focuses on a group of people led by Chris Evans character and I think the guy's name was jake, but it's a group of people who are trying to smuggle a bunch of Ethiopian Jewish refugees out of Syria into the promised land. And again it such care was taken in telling the story, which was another true life story, and it's called the Red Sea diving resort because this group of people basically they're they're like secret agents right to a certain extent, but they or missionaries, you know, whatever they are, they sort of wind up accidentally running a tourist attraction in Syria to help smuggle these refugees out. It's a really fascinating story. It really, you know, pulls you into it and I loved it. It was such a great film. You know, it had Chris Evans, Greg Kenny are a couple other people that I recognized that I'm blanking on the names right now. I'm just spitball in these plots for you guys off the top of my head. So I didn't do too much prep for them. But I think both both stories are so worth watching and so worth checking out just to give you a different, you know, world perspective. Again. They're dramatized for Hollywood, sure, but they're based on real life events and they made me actually do a little bit more research into the events that they were based off of. But the Red Sea diving resort and the spy, both on Netflix, both by Gideon Grab Gideon Rath. Highly recommend checking them out and if you guys have a hidden gem that you think I should talk about on the show, send me a DM on social media. You can follow me at Pod flicks, the letter n and chill, or you can head on over to pod flicks and chillcom tap the microphone button in the bottom right hand quarter and record a voice message letting me know what your favorite hidden gem is, what streaming platform it's on and why you think it's a worthwhile hidden gem that people should check out. You Send me a voice message on the website and I promise I will play it for the podcast in the next segment. I'm not getting here, guys. I want to take listener submissions. So if you guys, have a hidden gem that you think is worthwhile, that's an original all streaming platform show or film, send it my way. I'll play the clip on the next segment of the podcast. And, yeah, I want to hear from you, guys. I'm excited, so send it my way. POD flicks and Chilcom or you can follow me on social media APP Pod flicks, the letter N and chill welcome. Okay, so this sound bite requires a little bit of a story. Obviously we're getting into the main part of the podcast here, hence main event, and when I searched for a sound bite, because I wanted, you know, like a wrestling announcer of me, like I now, for the amazing event, but I couldn't find one.

What I did find was a trailer for a Netflix film called the main event. It came out last year. I know nothing about it other than the trailer that I watched, and it's essentially a film about a young boy who gets picked on at school by some bullies and while he's being chased by the bullies one day he finds a luchador mask that, when he puts it on, it gives him super speed and super strength. It's essentially like Mike but with wrestling. So he puts the mask on to sort become, you know, his school's vigilante and help stand up to the bullies for the nerd population. But then he also enters into a wrestling tournament to become the next wwe superstar. So there's I'm sure there's some cameos by some big named WWe people. I'm not a wrestling fan, so I don't know, but the trailer looked pretty interesting and in watching it I finally got to the to the end of the trailer where that sound bite came from. So in a way I still did get the wrestling announcer going welcome, so that maybe an event. It's just, you know, from a netflix movie. So we're really tying things together today on the podcast and I'm all about it. Anyway. As I said in the INTRO, we're talking today about the Netflix film I care a lot, starring Rosamond Pike and Peter dinklage. Now originally. When I was doing the research for this episode, I saw that the film was originally releasing Canada in two thousand and twenty, but it didn't come to Netflix until February nineteen of two thousand and twenty one, so it did just come out about a month ago. It's approximately two hours long and at the time of this recording, or I should say at the time when I took my notes, it was a six point two out of ten on IMDB, around an eighty percent on the rotten tomato tomato meter, but the audience score on rotten tomatoes was only thirty six percent. So a lot of audience members voted it rotten, and we'll get into why, because I think the the story that the film tries to portray is a serious story that should be talked about, but it may have missed the mark in certain areas. But you know, we'll talk about that and I want to hear from you guys about it as well if you've seen them film. So Rosamond Pike plays a character named Marla Grayson, who is a con woman. She's a state appointed Guardian that gets assigned elderly people who are deemed no longer fit to care for or take care of themselves. But what she does is, when she gets these clients, she immediately puts them into a nursing home that she's in cohoots with the owner of. So she starts drugging these people up, gets, you know, taking their cell phone, if they have kids, they're not able to see their kids, the the visitation rights get revoked, all that sort of stuff, and she goes in and she seizes control of their estates, start selling off their assets, making a ton of money off of these elderly people's lives. She's a really hateable character and that, I think a lot was a lot of the problem that people had with the film is that there's not really any likable characters, except for maybe the elderly people that she's wrongfully putting in these homes. Because what she's also doing is working with a doctor who's sort...

...of unethically saying, Hey, you know these elderly people, we can get away with doing it to them. So then they bring it to the court system, the court system of points Marla, and Marla then takes advantage of her clients. Really messed up in fact. You know, you see like a shot in her office of a whiteboard with like all these pictures of her clients and there's like a ton of them and it's it's a messed up story and it's a messed up plot, but a lot of it is based in fact. There is a lot of, you know, legal corruption going on in in our country, especially when it comes to the elderly population. There's a lot of people being taken advantage of throughout the country and in fact, when I was explaining the plot of this film to hand up, because, as you guys know, Hannah does not watch does not watch TV or movies, it's a real project. I'm surprised we got her through the MANDALORIAN. But anyway, when I was explaining the plot of this film to Hannah, she actually got really, really mad because a former neighbor of her parents got taken advantage of in a very similar sort of way. She had a gentleman who was trying to hunt on her property because, you know, she owned like a ton of land, and when she tried to confront them about it, the guy, you know, took her to court and basically got her, I think, put in a nursing home. He wound up with control of her property and it was just a really messed up situation and it's sort of hit her close to home. So the the point is this happens. You know, it might seem like a plot dreamed up by Hollywood, but it happens and it's so messed up that it does. So. So we have MARLA Grayson, who's, you know, being a real d bag to all these old people and then she takes advantage, she and the doctor take advantage of a woman named Jennifer Peterson, playing by Diane Waist, and the only reason I know how to pronounce as because I just saw a Brooklyn nine cold open, which I've still yet to see that show. I got a lot of people telling me I need to watch it, and I think I've I'm finally convinced that I'm going to start watching it. But anyway, Jennifer Peterson, Marla takes her character into a nursing home and, you know, goes through the whole process and then we find out that Jennifer Peterson is not actually Jennifer Peterson, but she is the mother of a Russian mob boss that has is basically in hiding because her son, played by Peter dinklage, faked his death and is trying to lay low and avoid, you know, avoid getting found out by his crime partners or whatever. Anyway, it's a really absurd plot and I think that's where the dark comedy comes from. It's an absurb it's an absurd plot. You know, you have Peter dinklage playing a rough and rowdy mob boss for the Russian mob, but he enjoys, you know, green smoothies and doing gymnastics workouts. You know, there's a scene where we walk into his like penthouse office or whatever it is and he's hanging from a couple of gymnastics rings. It is in his gym. Really Bizarre. You know, there's quite a few scenes where he's like eating chocolate ECLAIRE's or whatever. But both characters are very hateable. You have, you know, Marla Grayson, who's taking advantage of all these elderly people, and then you have a Russian mob boss. You don't want either person to win,...

...but there at odds with each other throughout the, you know, pretty much the second and third acts of the movie. So you know, neither one is a is a likable character that you want to win. And I'm not even going to dive into the ending of the movie. If you want to watch it you can, but it is sort of a an dissatisfying ending all around. Maybe not, maybe not for some people, you know, who want to see Marla get what's coming to her. Hey, maybe they're satisfied with the ending, but it did seem to end pretty abruptly in my opinion. The movie itself was directed by Jay Blakeson, who I did some research on, and the only notable thing I could find from him was an HBO series called Gunpowder, which I actually watched the first episode of. There's only three episodes of it, but it was a it was a short miniseries starring Kit Harrington back in two thousand and seventeen and it was really about the gunpowder trees and plot of London in, you know, back in the day, with Guy Fawks and all that. You know, if you've watched V for Vent Daddy, you know what I'm talking about. But yeah, so the movie was directed by him and and he had some flak for for the story he was trying to tell and how it pretty much missed the mark because again, you don't have any likable characters in the main protagonist role, as it were. Now I will say Rosamond Pike did win a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Marla Grayson in this film, and I think that's great. She looked phenomenal in her like bright red poofy dress and it actually kind of seemed like she was playing the character of Marla Grayson in that outfit, because one thing that I took away from this film, both from the trailer and while watching it, was the color scheme. Everything was so bright. You know, marlow wears these bright red and yellow outfits and you know Jennifer's house that that Marla seizes and takes control of is its bright, bright blue color. You know, we see Peter dinklage is character in in a bake shop, a bakery that's like really insanely bright, and then you get a scene where where Peter dinklage, his character's name is Roman, Roman, kidnaps MARLA and tries to threaten her and the scene is portrayed against this red lit construction site. Like the entire backdrop of the scene is just bright red and it really draws your attention to a lot of different parts in the film. And again, when I was doing episode prep, I found a New York Times article where he talks about Jay blakes and talks about his different influences for the film and specifically the color of the film, and that was drawn on a lot by various Belgium and American photographers and they the article showed one photograph that was like just a regular alley, a street going through an alley and there's a woman walking down the sidewalk with a bright red code on and the street lines were bright yellow, but everything else was just kind of dull and boring, but your eye gets drawn to the bright areas of the of the picture and that was very similar to the entire tone of the film. And there was a quote in the article that I think really stuck out that Jay blakes and said during a video interview, which it was, our world is colorful. We just don't see it because we don't stop and look at it very much. And it's sort of the the visual version of the phrase stop and smell...

...the roses. Right, there is so much beauty in the world. Of course, not right now, as I'm looking outside, it's very dark and overcast and ikey right, but there's plenty of beautiful things in the world, but we tend so much as a society and as individuals to focus on the negativity and the bad things that we don't acknowledge the beauty just in in terms of a simple color. You know, we don't stop to look at a color and say hey, that's really pretty, like there's a lot of beautiful things out there. So I think that was probably an underlying message of the film or, you know, intended message, but I it might not have hit the mark with a lot of viewers because of just the very you know, it's a very powerful thing to try to talk about, is the corruption and elder elderly abuse, which is essentially what was going on in the film, and it's a very real thing that happens today the world. But but yeah, that's you know, I'll link the New York Times article in the show notes as well. In terms of my rating of the movie, a few a few podcast episodes ago, like back back before the new year, back before the break, I started to try to implement some chill points in terms of how I rated the film and I think we're going to re establish that starting with this new format. We're going to re establish the chill points. So I'm going to go ahead and give this like three, two, three and a half somewhere in there. Three, two, three and a half chill points. Again, I really liked the visual effects in the film, the the color everything. I think the soundtrack, from memory, was pretty decent, but the character development could have been a little bit more fleshed out, especially for for Peter dinklage's character. I felt that he was very satirical, and he did. He wasn't as threatening to me as I would have liked. He just seemed like a pushover sort of, you know, Oh, you're not a real mob boss, your farcical. So so that's why I'm not rating it any higher than that. Yeah, I don't know. That's that's where I stand on that movie. It was a good movie. It was I enjoyed watching it. I don't regret the two hours I spent watching it, but I can understand where other audience members and where other critics are coming from saying that the movie missed the mark. But let me know what you guys thought of the movie. Is My chill point rating accurate or does it deserve more or less? Again, follow me on social and let me know over there at pod flicks, the letter n and chill, and there is the Oscars wrap up music. So that means this is my q to start finishing up the episode. Guys, thank you so much for tuning in to the new and improved format of pod flicks and chill. If you have any ideas for future segments or want to tell me how great the new format is, you can send me a message on Social Media Pod flicks n chill. You can also follow us on line at wwwpods and CHILLCOM. We have a full list of episodes, we have a blog section, aptly...

...titled Blog flicks and Chill, that you can read, and we even have merch don't forget. Pod flicks and chill swag is available on the website and all of the proceeds from it are going to be going to the Houston Food Bank to help families still recovering and without food from the winter storms that they experience down in Texas. On the next episode of the podcast we will probably be diving into all of the superhero goodness that is coming out. Remember Zack Snyder's Justice League on HBO AX DROPS? Tomorrow, Falcon in the winter, soldier on Disney plus drops on Friday and then over on Amazon prime we have invincible, the comic book adaptation is coming to Amazon prime on March twenty six. Will also probably talk a little bit about the boys season three, which is in production right now and I cannot wait. So be sure to subscribe wherever you listen so you stay up to date for when that episode drops and, as always, don't forget to check out pod fix presents and rate, review, share, subscribe, all that good stuff. Pod flicks and chill is happy to be a part of the POD fix network and we've got a ton of goodies over there as well. So if you're looking for some more podcast goodies to dive into, just search pod fix presents wherever you listen. Guys, again, thank you so so much for tuning in this week. I'm sorry the episode was a couple of days late, but I hope that it was worth it. I'm Andrew. This has been pod flicks and chill. This was a podcast of the pod fix network. You can check out more shows like it at pod fix networkcom.

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