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Sunday
Jan152012

Episode 019: "Contraband" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This week, they watch Contraband, starring Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale, Giovanni Ribisi, & Ben Foster. In this episode, Blackberry lets them down, they give great game reviews, lackluster music reviews, and their "format" gets derailed... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!





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Sunday
Jan082012

Episode 018: "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, Tech, and Music. This week, they watch Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, starring Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner. In this episode they discuss tablets, mobile technology, what video games they are playing right now, and Jason tops it off by continuing his segment called Swedish Idol Update... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!




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Friday
Dec302011

A Week Late Blog: "A Week Late" Podcast Official Movie Poster


It's finally here in all it's spoofy goodness! Unless you've seen it on our Facebook page, this is the first time we've unveiled ourselves as hosts. On the left you'll see creator of A Week Late podcast and founder of FEN Entertainment, Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489, along with his comedic co-host Jason "Kriptyk". Each episode brings you movie reviews (a few weeks after hitting theaters) along with music, art, comedy, and video game recommendations, among the occasional Netflix review as well. Thanks for listening thus far, and hope to see you in the future (2012)... A Week Late?!

Sunday
Dec252011

Episode 017: Netflix "Skyline" Review


Merry Christmas!!! [And Happy Holidays for all the politically correct whatnot!] Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, and Music. This week, they watch Skyline, starring Donald Faison, Eric Balfour, Brittany Daniel, and David Zayas... kind of. It's a special all Netflix review... A Week Few Years Late. Enjoy and share!





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Sunday
Dec182011

Episode 016: "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, and Music. This week, they watch Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, starring Robert Downey, Jr., Jude Law, and Rachel McAdams. A JJ Abrams discussion, Podcast and Music recommendations as always, and your 2nd "Swedish Idol Update" in a row... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!





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Sunday
Dec112011

Episode 015: "Hugo" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, and Music. This week, they watch Hugo, starring Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Sir Ben Kingsley. Things get real up in the M.R.S. and we introduce a new segment called "Swedish Idol Update". Yup... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!





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Tuesday
Dec062011

Episode 014: "Tower Heist" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, and Music. This week, they watch Tower Heist, starring Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, and Matthew Broderick... amongst many others. This chapter turns out to have an unexpected New York theme, their first ever Netflix review from friend of the show, Aaron Bond, and they get visited by aliens. This is a very special episode. You'll (figuratively) see... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!





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Sunday
Nov202011

Episode 013: "Immortals" Review


Jason "Kriptyk" & Darren a.k.a.: Analysis489 discuss pop culture, including TV, Movies, Film, Art, Video Games, Comics, and Music. This week, they watch Immortals, starring Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, and Freida Pinto. Is it good enough to watch again in 3D? Find out... A Week Late. Enjoy and share!





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Friday
Nov182011

A Week Late Blog: "Twiline"


After watching the epic adventure that was Immortals, we ran into these Twilight fans waiting in line for the midnight showing of Breaking Dawn: Part 1 premier. Hey, don't judge them.... because we already did. [Just kidding, but not really.] Special thanks to everyone for being good sports and letting us take this shot. See you at the movies! Cheers!

Wednesday
Nov162011

A Week Late Blog: "American Horror Story" Review


This new series is based around the Harmon family (Ben, Vivien and daughter, Violet) that moves into what is known around town as "The Murder House", for a "fresh start" - already a strange plot point, we know. Their new LA home is stunning, yet undeniably eerie. Their realtor informs them that a murder-suicide occurred in the house and she is therefore able to offer the home to them at a low price. The family accepts the offer, and so our story begins.

As the Harmons are getting settled in, they meet their neighbors from next door, who up the creep factor to the next level. There is Adelaide (Jamie Brewer),who is referred to as a "mongoloid" by her own mother, Constance (Jessica Lange). It is evident that these two are very familiar with the home’s history and past owners. Constance and Adelaide welcome their new neighbors, but there is a threatening nature to this exchange. It's a very odd dynamic, and you get the impression that the Harmons don’t quite know what to think of their new neighbors either.

Each character has its own, unique set of struggles. Vivien, played by Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights) is coping with the miscarriage she had back in Boston, and is also trying to forgive her husband, Ben played by Dylan McDermott, for cheating on her with one of his students. Ben is starting a new Psychiatry practice, which will be run right in his new home office. He is trying to prove to Vivien that his previous indiscretion was a moment of weakness, and will never happen again. Their daughter, Violet (Taissa Farmiga), portrays a dark persona, and is a loner from, what seems to be, by choice. She meets a boy named Tate (Evan Peters), who has a similar darkness to him. The two become fast friends and you can see an attraction spark between them.

Each episode introduces new characters, as well as provides history on those we’re already familiar with. We are shown flashbacks that can get confusing, so try to pay attention to the small details, as they’ll make sense later on. Both past and present timelines work effectively together to paint a complete picture of this multi-faceted story, as a whole.

FX continues to push the envelope with their programming, separating it from all the other sanitized bullshit you'll find on CBS. As per usual with shows on FX, curse words are frequently interwoven into character dialogue. It’s nothing excessive, just realistic dialogue. Even the occasional bare man-ass can be spotted. It certainly adds a bit of grit to each episode.

All in all, we highly recommend this series and think there is something in it for everyone - except maybe small children - just like our podcast. And while there haven’t been any jump-out-of-your-skin moments, the story is saturated in so much creepiness; it’s got us by the proverbial balls. This show is armed with a likable cast, plausible special effects and plot twists; all sprinkled on top of a solid storyline. Be sure to set your DVRs to FX, Wednesday nights at 10PM to judge for yourself. Or you can catch up on the first five episodes on Hulu for free.