#31: Space Disaster Pt. II - Gravity

We're back....IN SPACE. John and Bethany get into fear, instinct, survival, and a return to birth in a trip into space with Alfonso Cuarón, Sandra Bulloch, and a tiny bit of Clooney. Gravity's not readily available for free on streaming services, so we summarized it, or you can rent it on Google or other sites for $3.99. Next time, we're watching Guardians of the Galaxy. Bring your dancing shoes.

#28: Revolutionary Aesthetics vs. Pop Culture Criticism - Get Out

It's a full table for this week's episode as John and Bethany invite Corey Couch, a PhD student involved in the Liquid Blackness research group at Georgia State, and Chris, friend of the show and host of Them's the Facts, to discuss Jordan Peele's directorial debut, Get Out. In our longest and most contentious episode yet, get a glimpse of what hanging out with film students is like, but also enjoy the discussion of this really great movie!

Next episode, it's The Godfather! And yes, we mean all of them.

# 25: John Wick Birthday Special

It's John and Bethany Birthday Month, so it's time for dogs, cars, guns, and hotels in the John Wick 1 and 2 Birthday Special!!!!

We're gonna be back on our alphabetical shiz next week with Game Night!

Theme music by The Organ Machines.

https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

Summer Mvt 3 Presto by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

#22: 100% Niffler, Baby! - Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

John and Bethany dive into Newt Scamander: A Conservationist's Story. We almost lost the files on this one folks so we're just happy to get it to you. Big Questions Include: Should John save earlier in Audacity? Is New York New York without you love? Are these descriptions becoming overwrought?

Vote on twitter.com/homeviewingpod to let us know if (500) Days of Summer is next or Frozen!

#20: Bethany Wears an Amethyst Necklace - The Devil Wears Prada

John and Bethany look at seminal 2000s classic and near perfect film, The Devil Wears Prada. Big questions for this episode include: Is there anyone as good as Meryl? Is there anyone as doe-eyed as Anne Hathaway? Will John ever be quite okay with the current state of the studio system?

Next week, we're watching Edge of Tomorrow: Live. Die. Repeat.

Our theme music is by The Organ Machines! theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/

#18: Steve Carell Will Never Win An Oscar - Crazy Stupid Love

A movie John and Bethany watched early in their relationship comes back to bore them and make them slightly uncomfortable. Big questions for this episode include: Is rom-com chemistry real? Why does Ryan Gosling say “schvanz” so much? Why does Steve Carell keep trying when he’s never going to win an Oscar? Next episode, we’re watching Death at a Funeral (2007)! Featuring music by The Organ Machines. https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

#17: This Movie is Frustrating - Captain America Civil War

The Russo Brothers take their second outing in the MCU with Captain America Civil War, but John and Bethany are tired of them already. Big questions for this episode include: Why didn’t they just call this Avengers: Civil War? Is this movie worth watching? Is Scarlet Witch gonna f*ck the robot?

Next episode, we’re watching Crazy Stupid Love!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#16: A Home Viewing Christmas - Elf

John and Bethany celebrate Christmas with Jon Favreau’s 2003 Will Ferrell vehicle, Elf. Big questions for this episode include: Is James Caan actually bad and maybe just Sonny Corleone? Is syrup acceptable on spaghetti? Why didn’t Kathleen Kennedy release a Star War?!!!!

Next episode, we’re watching Captain America: Civil War!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#15: Razzle My Dazzle - Chicago

John and Bethany look at murder and celebrity culture in Academy Award Winner Chicago. Big questions for this episode include: Is Renee Zellweger American? Are murderesses not necessarily great representations? What’s a proscenium?

Next episode, we’re watching either Elf or Chicago. Vote on twitter @homeviewingpod!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#14: A Real Fake - Catch Me If You Can

John and Bethany tackle young Leo in Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film, Catch Me If You Can. Big questions for this episode include: Why does 28 year old Leo still look like a baby? Does The West Wing color our perceptions of Martin Sheen? Is capitalism the biggest scam of all?

Next episode, we’re watching either Elf or Chicago. Vote on twitter @homeviewingpod!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#13: The Teaches of Peaches - Call Me By Your Name

How do you talk about a visually stunning movie in an audio medium? John and Bethany try and find out while talking about Luca Guadagnino’s 2017 film, Call Me By Your Name. Big questions for this episode include: Where did Timothee Chalamet come from? Is there anything we didn’t like in this movie? How many times can John combine the titles of Mystery of Love and Visions of Gideon?

Next episode, we’re watching Catch Me If You Can!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#12: John Cries at the End - Coco

Listen y’all I was crying while editing this podcast because this movie does representation and emotions very well so make sure you watch Coco before you listen to this one so you can cry with me! XOXO, Gossip John. Big questions for this episode include: What and when is Dia de Los Muertos? Could this movie be any more perfect? Should we have a sticker to put on movies that get perfect ratings at the end of the episode?

Next episode, we’re watching Call Me By Your Name!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

This episode was brought to you by Winc! Discover great wine at trywinc.com with promo code “homeviewing”!

This episode features audio from the 2015 Golden Globes Broadcast, featuring a clip from the acceptance speech given by Gina Rodriguez upon winning Best Actress in A Musical or Comedy TV Series.