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Matt's (Matt Sloan) got a bunch of movies he's never seen before. Craig (Craig Johnson) doesn't know what they are. Every episode Matt's gonna spring one on Craig. It might be good, it ... See full synopsis »
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Matt Sloan Matt Sloan ...  Himself - Host / ... 75 episodes, 2012-2018
Craig Johnson Craig Johnson ...  Himself 75 episodes, 2012-2018
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Matt's (Matt Sloan) got a bunch of movies he's never seen before. Craig (Craig Johnson) doesn't know what they are. Every episode Matt's gonna spring one on Craig. It might be good, it might be bad. They'll watch it and talk about it. Welcome to the basement.

They also talk about films that fans want them to watch, but Matt's already seen, in a segment aptly titled "Seen It." There is also a "Customer Comments" segment where they talk about what their fans have to say.

The show is featured on the Blame Society YouTube page. A new episode is posted every two weeks.

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USA

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English

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13 January 2012 (USA) See more »

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$2 (estimated)
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Required viewing for any cinephile.
7 April 2015 | by jacobnashSee all my reviews

This is such a fantastic show. Matt Sloan and Craig Johnson are such likable, funny guys and the way they talk about film is so relatable and intriguing. It really feels like you're just sitting down with friends and watching/talking about movies. I've even been lucky enough to have them respond to a few of my comments, including telling me/the rest of their viewers that they've seen Birdman, and my go at the "Cinema Immersion Tank", which is watching the same film 5 days in a row, with Reservoir Dogs. If you love film and/or laughing, you'll adore the wonderful show that these two film- loving comedians have created.


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