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We're catching up on the Best Picture nominees as we get into April! Sho tackles Riz Ahmed's career-best performance in Sound of Metal (3:18), David Fincher's latest in Mank (13:30), and the latest blockbuster to hit theatres/streaming services in Godzilla vs. Kong (25:10). Plus, some - probably entirely unnecessary - day-after musings on the alpha…
 
We go from one end of the movie spectrum to another in this episode, as Sho discusses Chloe Zhao's highly praised Nomadland (4:04) and Disney Animation's latest creation Raya and the Last Dragon (14:05). Finally, with the Snyder Cut upon us, Sho reviews the four-hour superhero epic, Zack Snyder's Justice League (23:50).…
 
Sho actually lives up to his end of the bargain, and puts out a second episode before the end of February (shocker, I know)! He tackles five films, including the biographical drama Judas and the Black Messiah (3:10), Netflix's Malcolm & Marie (12:00), Amazon Prime's disaster flick Greenland (21:15), the space opera Space Sweepers (28:19), and Lee I…
 
The New Year is here, and with it comes a new episode (it's February, I know)! Sho kicks things off by going over some great new TV shows that have been keeping his attention (hello, HBO/Cinemax's Warrior), and also discusses the long career of Christopher Plummer, who passed away at the age of 91 (12:35). Afterwards, Sho gets into DC's Wonder Woma…
 
With the news coming out of the Disney Investor's Call regarding the House of Mouse's plans for Star Wars and Disney, Sho breaks down some of the announcements (3:07), including how it all ties together across the various cinematic universes. Afterwards, some incendiary comments from directors Christopher Nolan and Denis Villeneuve towards the 2021…
 
We're (almost) into November, so Sho looks back and tackles three streaming movies (despite their limited theatre engagement, certainly) - Sofia Coppola's first outing for Apple in On The Rocks (27:35), and two Netflix offerings, Enola Holmes (10:14) and The Devil All The Time (17:44). Sean Connery, the legend behind James Bond (among many, many ro…
 
Sho tackles two of the most recently released blockbusters, Disney's Premium VOD outing of Mulan (6:25) and Christopher Nolan's latest mind-bender Tenet (18:10), and also offers up a few thoughts on the passing of Chadwick Boseman. TIFF 2020 is in full swing, and Sho also took in some digital screenings of Mads Mikkelsen's Another Round (27:56), Id…
 
We're still quarantining - kind of - so Sho takes a look back at four new VOD releases in the month of July, including Netflix's The Old Guard (14:50), Kelsey Grammer's B-movie Money Plane (25:41), A24's First Cow (34:04), and Hulu's Palm Springs (43:18). Sho ends things by wrapping up the Best Drama Ever bracket, which culminated in a championship…
 
With movie theatres still closed and new movies at a premium, Sho dives into three new releases over the past several weeks, including Spike Lee's latest Da 5 Bloods (13:35), Kenneth Branagh's Artemis Fowl (28:40), and Judd Apatow's King of Staten Island (38:30). Sho also turns back the clock to take a look at Kristen Stewart's thriller Underwater …
 
With no movies in sight, Sho busts out the March Madness bracket (in April, of course) to crown the Best Drama Ever! 64 seeds, four conferences, all decided by you, the listener! Sho breaks down how the bracket works, and which films have moved on already in the first ten days (3:47). Afterwards, he gets into AMC vs. NBC Universal's feud over exhib…
 
Sho kicks things off with a look at Netflix's model for streaming services compared with Disney+, and the difference between streaming movies and television (2:55). Afterwards, he dives into the year's best movies, including Scorsese's gangster epic The Irishman (15:08), James Mangold's car racing flick Ford v Ferrari (29:26), and Tom Hanks' latest…
 
We're back! On the latest episode, Sho breaks down some tidbits from the final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (3:07), and then moves right into the reviews. Rob Wong, host at SN590 The FAN in Toronto and of the 'Wong-on-One Podcast', joins Sho in-studio to discuss Parasite (7:55), Bong Joon-ho's potential masterpiece, and the mayhem t…
 
It's a busy end to August, as there's some major Hollywood news right as awards season is kicking off! Sho breaks down the latest Sony-Disney squabble, which has culminated in a divorce that leaves Sony with full custody of Spider-Man (1:52), before bringing on frequent collaborator Quinton Amundson to break down both Tarantino's latest entry in On…
 
Summer is drawing to a close, and as such, we're finally getting to the late July offerings. One such offering is the annual San Diego Comic-Con, and Sho summarizes the flurry of activity by Marvel Studios as they officially unveiled Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (3:24). Afterwards, Sho delves into the lone movie on the docket today, Dis…
 
With blockbuster season at the mid-way point, Sho takes a look at a couple of trailers and movies alike. We start with some thoughts on the trailer for Frozen 2 (4:21) ahead of the fall release date, before sticking with Disney for their latest live-action adaptation, Aladdin (11:17). Afterwards, Sho takes a look at the King's latest adventure, God…
 
The summer is upon is, which means that it's time for blockbuster season! To start, Sho takes a look at the immediate reaction from the Cannes debut of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2:00), which has dominated Twitter ahead of its July release. Afterwards, Sho reviews three summer releases, the romantic comedy Long Shot (10:38),…
 
It's officially the second biggest movie ever, crossing $2.2bill worldwide, and so we wrap up our coverage of Avengers: Endgame with a conversation with Sportsnet 590 The FAN host/producer Josh Goldberg (2:38). Together with Sho, they discuss the positives and negatives about Endgame, where it ranks all-time in Marvel's pantheon, and what's next fo…
 
The wall-crawler is back, and he's swinging into theatres this weekend. To mark the occasion, Sho ranks the actors who have played Spider-Man since the turn of the century, and ranks the movies themselves. Afterwards, Sho gives his (spoiler-free!) review of the creative Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, including a breakdown of the voice work and …
 
On this episode of 'It's Sho Time', Sho gives a mini review of Venom (1:34), before diving right into the news that Kevin Hart has stepped down as the host of the Oscars (9:13). Afterwards, Sho discusses the latest movies, including Bad Times at the El Royale (13:45), Ralph Breaks The Internet (25:04), and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwal…
 
It's a special episode of 'It's Sho Time', as Sho was at TIFF 2018 this year as a member of the media! He tackles 11 movies over the next two episodes, and gets started with a variety of films, including The Predator (3:25), White Boy Rick (11:39), Donnybrook (19:17), Destroyer (25:50), The Sisters Brothers (33:28), and A Star Is Born (43:26).…
 
On this episode of 'It's Sho Time', Sho gets right to business by introducing two of the hottest movies in Hollywood today, tied together by the way in which they deal with race. BlacKkKlansmen (3:37) is the first up, Spike Lee's latest searing take on race relations in America, starring John David Washington and Adam Driver. Afterwards, Sho takes …
 
In this varied episode of 'It's Sho Time', Sho kicks things off by getting into the changes the Oscars have made, including cutting down the telecast and adding a new category (1:19). After, Sho gets into the movie reviews themselves, starting with Netflix's Like Father (9:09), Disney's live-action adaptation of Christopher Robin (17:46), and the c…
 
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to listen to Episode 27 of 'It's Sho Time', and get updated on the latest going on with Tom Cruise's immortal action franchise. In this episode, Sho talks about the idea of video game critics vs. movie critics when comparing people with Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel (1:18), before getting to a review o…
 
In Episode 26 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho examines the new Canadian movie service, Sinemia (1:13), and also takes a look out west towards the San Diego Comic-Con (9:49). He also takes a look back a few years at the rebooted Ghostbusters (19:44) film and the reception it had upon its release. Afterwards, Sho tackles four films, which include The Rock's …
 
In Episode 25 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho is back from his short (and involuntary) break, and tackles four movies. He starts with the comedy TAG (1:16), the blockbuster Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (6:03), the thriller Sicario: Day of the Soldado (18:41), and finally, Marvel's latest addition to their cinematic empire, Ant-Man and the Wasp (26:06).…
 
In Episode 23 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho invites Mark Staniusz of Pod Drop to discuss his thoughts on Deadpool 2 (1:16), and towards the end of their chat, they make some predictions on what's to come next for superhero movies (23:31). Afterwards, Sho tackles the latest entry in his favourite film franchise, Solo: A Star Wars Story (33:46).…
 
In Episode 22 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho goes all-in on some recent comedies, with the raunchy Blockers (2:09), and then goes after the not-so-great Netflix original, The Week Of (13:33). After the reviews, we get an update on how Avengers: Infinity War is doing at the box office (24:33), and on what's to come on the podcast this summer (26:43).…
 
In Episode 21 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho dives into the Marvel universe with a look at his personal rankings of the movies over the last 10 years (3:25), before getting into the spoiler-free review of Avengers: Infinity War (24:30). After the spoiler-free discussion, Sho switches gears and talks the rather large spoilers at the end of the film (35:22)…
 
In Episode 19 of 'It's Sho Time', Sho touches on Cannes banning Netflix from competition at their festival (0:35), before delving into the latest offering from Wes Anderson in Isle of Dogs (9:17) and into the adaptation of the famous book, A Wrinkle in Time (21:59). Before we wrap up today, Sho also previews the next episode with a quick thought on…
 
In Episode 14 of 'Houston, We Have a Podcast', Sho reviews two movies bound for the Oscars, the movie-making comedy The Disaster Artist (2:28) as well as Guillermo Del Toro's emotional monster movie masterpiece, The Shape of Water (12:01). Afterwards, Sho invites a Godzilla expert, videographer Cody Piper, to talk about last year's Shin Godzilla, a…
 
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