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Eurotrip movie review from the Salty Nerds has them laughing their butts off while quoting literally every line in this brilliant movie.

After being cheated on and publicly humiliated, Scottie doesn't know what to do next - until he decides to go to Europe to hook up with his German pen pal Mieke.…

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Road Trip Movie Review from the Salty Nerds has them cringing and laughing equally, because as funny as this movie is, it's also pretty gross.

From director Todd Phillips, this movie chronicles the journey of Breckin Meyer and his friends Seann William Scott, Paulo Costanzo, and DJ Qualls as they …

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In this episode the Salty Nerds talk about Teen Road Comedies that often have to do with a loser travelling somewhere with his friends in order to get some nookie.

The first movie up is the Todd Phillips directed Road Trip, starring Breckin Meyer as a guy who travels cross-country with his friends…

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Today we're talking about the state of the Star Wars franchise, taking a deep look at the corporate culture at Lucasfilm, the Star Wars TV shows, movies, and expanded universe, and the franchise's possible future.

We welcome our special guests to the panel - OMB Reviews, Chris Buchignani, and R.…

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The Adam Project Review has the Salty Nerds prepping their mouth mullets as they get ready to fanboy-out over the movie written by friend of the podcast, Jonathan Tropper.

In the latest collaboration between Ryan Reynolds and director Shawn Levy, the Adam Project feels like a throwback to fun sci-…

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In this interview, Kadish sits down with independent genre filmmaker Len Kabasinski to get his advice on micro-budget filmmaking, his relationship with RedLetterMedia, and the background on his latest feature film Pact of Vengeance.

Kadish covers a lot of ground with Kabasinski, such as how he fin…

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Eureka Before I Forget review from the Salty Nerds has them trying to remember what they like about the show - because there's a wormholing time-bending invisibling device on the loose that's wiping people's memories!

In the third episode of this SyFy series, the new Sheriff Jack Carter is faced w…

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The Salty Nerds talk about episode 2 of Star Trek Picard season 2 are are all still surprised it doesn't suck again. We'll probably talk about other Star Trek stuff too, since a new trailer for Strange New Worlds has dropped. Come talk Trek with us!

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Almost Famous movie review has the Salty Nerds going ga-ga over Kate Hudson's first major film performance as the legendary "Band Aid" Penny Lane in this seminal film from Cameron Crowe.

In his "love letter to 70s rock and roll", writer and director Cameron Crowe gives us a semi-autobiographical v…

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Airheads movie review from the Salty Nerds have them suffering through some cringey 90s writing while also enjoying the amazing cast and nostalgia factor.

Starring Brendan Fraser, Steve Buscemi, and Adam Sandler as a rock band named The Lone Rangers, in a effort to get their demo some air time, th…

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This Is Spinal Tap movie review from the Salty Nerds has them rocking with their armadillos out as they review what is probably the best mocumentary ever made.

From the minds of Rob Reiner, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, and Christopher Guest, the film chronicles the trials and tribulations of the…

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The Other Guys movie review from the Salty Nerds has them laughing at all the gags from this buddy cop film starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.

Directed by long-time Ferrell collaborator, Adam McKay, the film also stars a TLC-quoting Michael Keaton, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, and Samuel L. Jack…

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Collision Course movie review from the Salty Nerds has them suffering through a bad buddy cop movie from the 80s that is not only unfunny, but also filled with late 80s soft racism.

Pat Morita is basically playing Mr. Miyagi in this movie, opposite Jay Leno who is a womanizing creep. The odd coup…

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R.I.P.D. movie review from the Salty Nerds has them wishing they were watching Men In Black instead of this uneven comic book adaptation.

Starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, the concept for the film is cool enough. Supernatural cops from the afterlife who chase down escaped souls. However, …

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The Hateful Eight review from the Salty Nerds have them debating as to whether this is Quentin Tarantino's best movie or not.

It's certainly his LONGEST movie, with a special Netflix version that clocks in around 4 hours. The Hateful Eight is part Agatha Christie "whodunit" and part homage to the…

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Bone Tomahawk Review from the Salty Nerds has them seeking out therapy after watching this brutal Kurt Russell western.

In what is seriously one of the most violently graphic movies the Nerds have ever seen, Bone Tomahawk cornicles the efforts of a posse from a small frontier town to rescue some k…

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Tombstone Movie Review from the Salty Nerds has them breaking down this Western epic that plays fast-and-loose with historical accuracy, but no one cares because Val Kilmer is so good in it.

The Tombstone movie almost didn't happen, and it was only because of Kurt Russell (who plays an awesome Wya…

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Cooties movie review from the Salty Nerds has them trying to figure out if the film is a comedy or a horror movie, because it doesn't do either of them very well.

The movie stars Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Allison Pill, Jack McBrayer, and Jorge Garcia as part of the faculty of a school where pre-p…

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Wyrmwood Road Of The Dead review from the Salty Nerds has them marveling at what has to be the craziest zombie movie they've ever seen.

Zombies as gasoline? Check. Beer medical kits? Check. Hot Zombie Queen? Check.

What more could you want from a zombie movie?

From the twisted Australian …

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In this episode of the Salty Nerd Podcast, we're talking about movies that ROCK. Well, movies that are about rock bands, anyway.

First up we have the semi-autobiographical story of a boy and his 1970s rock band, Almost Famous. Cameron Crowe's love letter to 70s rock & roll, and introducing us to…

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The Salty Nerds react to the long-awaited trailer for the Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi series, starring the one-and-only Ewan McGregor!

This show has had a troubled development history, starting as a movie, transitioning to a TV show with "the scripts already written," then delayed indefinitely, and now…

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The Batman Spoiler Review has the Salty Nerds asking why everyone is flipping out over this movie - is it really that good, or is it overrated?

There's a lot to like about The Batman. Robert Pattinson does a great job as the Dark Knight, but he falls a little short in the Bruce Wayne category. C…

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Uncharted Movie Review from the Salty Nerds has them trying to figure out if this movie is actually good or not.

While it is an enjoyable action/adventure romp and a video game adaptation, it's pretty derivative of movies like National Treasure and Indiana Jones.

Both Tom Holland and Mark Wahlber…

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The Salty Nerds sit down and review the Pilot episode of the classic (and criminally underrated) SyFy TV show, Eureka! A show about a town full of super geniuses and the dopey sheriff who constantly saves them from disaster by being stupider than everyone else.

Colin Ferguson plays the lovable Sh…

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