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Stream Jarvis Cockeras Suave, Perverse New Album Chansons DaEnnui

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Pulp’s We Love Life, the last album that the band released before breaking up. Former frontman Jarvis Cocker is marking the occasion in a typically atypical way. Two decades after his old band unveiled their final statement, Cocker has released the new LP Chansons D’Ennui, a collection of covers of French pop songs from the ’60s and ’70s.

We Love Life Turns 20

It had been three and a half years since Pulp released an album, and everything had changed. The bandas whole existence had already been a long, strange trip a from youthful iterations mostly existing in obscurity in the a80s, to beginning to incorporate more dance influences, to the massive breakthroughs during Britpopas mid-a90s heyday. After all of that, there was the crash landing of 1998as This Is Hardcore a the fallout from fame and partying, the ugly and bleak late nights on the other side of everything. That, in a way, couldave already been Pulpas conclusion. It was an endpoint from the stories they told on His aNa Hers and Different Class, and it arrived in the 1997/1998 moment when Britpop was undergoing its great collective comedown, as the albums sprawled and egos frayed and the whole heady moment had gone about as far as it could go.

Stream Angel Du$tas Great New Power-Pop Album YAK: A Collection Of Truck Songs

Angel Du$t have come a long way since 2016, when they released their sophomore LP Rock The Fuck On Forever and became a Stereogum Band To Watch. Justice Tripp, frontman of the truly great Baltimore hardcore band Trapped Under Ice, formed Angel Du$t in 2014, and the band features three members of Turnstile, another band from that whole Trapped Under Ice family tree. Early on, Angel Du$t worked as a channel for Tripp’s more melodic ideas, but even though they had a whole lot of Lemonheads in their DNA, they were still recognizably a hardcore band. These days, they’re something else entirely.

U.S. Girls a aGood Kinda Higha

U.S. Girls has an unconventional single out today. Called “Good Kinda High,” the lilting track is billed as a collaboration with the late pianist Glenn Gould and is produced by Billy Wild, who sampled Gould performances to create new works with contemporary artists. The finished work is titled Uninvited Guests, and technically it came out last year. But its deluxe edition, featuring the U.S. Girls track, drops today.

Drukqs Turns 20

A little more than a decade ago, I was among a few thousand starfuckers jammed into some kind of converted industrial space that wasn’t too far from downtown Austin. It was the last night of SXSW, and Kanye West was putting on a G.O.O.D. Music showcase. If you were inside that big dank brick room, it was only because you’d worked every connection you had, begging and cajoling and frantically emailing. At one point during the show, I felt someone jostling me from behind, and I shoved back. A minute later, I turned around, and the guy I’d just shoved was Donald Glover.

S.C.A.B. a aStolen Jag Off Morgan Avea

In the early weeks of last year, the Brooklyn post-punk quartet S.C.A.B. released their debut album Beauty & Balance. They were all set to take it on the road, but obviously that didn’t happen. Instead, they found themselves stuck at home in NYC. Maybe that led to a little bit of inspiration: Today, the band is back with a new single, and it’s a banger.

Dave Gahan & Soulsavers a aThe Dark End Of The Streeta (James Carr Cover)

Depeche Mode leader Dave Gahan recently got together with longtime collaborator Rich Machin, better known as Soulsavers, to record the new covers album Imposter. On the album, Gahan and Machin take on songs from people like PJ Harvey, Jeff Buckley, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan. We’ve already posted the Gahan/Soulsavers take on Cat Power’s “Metal Heart,” and now they’ve shared another of the album’s covers.

Dijon a aRodeo Clowna

Dijon is releasing his debut solo album, Absolutely, next week. He formally announced it last week with a live performance video of its opening track, “Big Mike’s,” and we’ve gotten one proper single, “Many Times,” from it too. Today, he’s sharing another new song, “Rodeo Clown,” which boasts some twangy, sliding guitars and a crackling vocal performance from Dijon, who really sings his heart out here. Check it out below.

Change Turns 20

Eventually, even the wild ones settle down. There are always exceptions, those full-fledged grownups in nightlife scenes around the world who’ve maintained a bustling pace of life for decades. But there comes a time for many people when the possibility of youth gives way to the stability of adulthood. Maybe, by choice or necessity, you exchange freedom and flexibility for a steady paycheck and a morning routine. Maybe you buy a house and discover the joys of lawn care. Maybe you have children and those kids consume your every waking hour. You begin to understand the appeal of hobbies that once seemed horrendously boring. Chilling at home feels so much easier than going out. Your life changes.

Hear The Rolling Stonesa Previously Unreleased Tattoo You Outtake aCome To The Balla

Right now, the Rolling Stones are mourning the loss of iconic drummer Charlie Watts, but they’re still attending to business, too. The band is currently touring American stadiums, and they’ve also got the new deluxe reissue of the band’s 1981 album Tattoo You. That reissue, announced back in August, features a bunch of previously unreleased tracks, including “Living In The Heart Of Love” and the Stones’ cover of the Chi-Lites’ “Troubles Aa Comin.” Today, the Tattoo You box set has out, and the band has shared “Come To The Ball,” another previously unreleased song from those Tattoo You sessions.

The Story Behind Every Song On Spirit Wasa Debut Album Heavenas Just A Cloud

It’s a good time to be a LVL UP fan. Though the band broke up in 2018, all three of its principal songwriters have kept going: Mike Caridi co-runs the label Double Double Whammy and has his own project, the Glow; Dave Benton is Trace Mountains, whose new album HOUSE OF CONFUSION is out today; and Nick Corbo has just released his debut full-length as Spirit Was, Heaven’s Just A Cloud. (Greg Rutkin, LVL UP’s drummer, has played with all three of his former bandmate’s new ventures.)

The Number Ones: Mariah Careyas aLove Takes Timea

In The Number Ones, I’m reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart’s beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present.

Stream JPEGMAFIAas New Album LP!

The fearless Baltimore rapper/producer JPEGMAFIA likes to catch people off-guard. Throughout the pandemic, JPEGMAFIA has been releasing a stream of one-off tracks, and he collected a bunch of them on his release EP2! earlier this year. Then a few days ago, Peggy also announced that his new album, helpfully titled LP!, would be out this very week. He wasn’t lying. LP! is out in the world today.

Stream Elton Johnas The Lockdown Sessions Feat. Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks, Lil Nas X, & More

Sir Elton John didn’t intend to record a new album during the pandemic, but it ended up happening anyway. John recorded remote collaborations with a number of different artists, and he’s now compiled those collabs into his new LP The Lockdown Sessions. The new album shows John working with artists from across the spectrum, sometimes in a supporting role, and truly showing his range. John has said that the album reminds him of his days working as a session musician in the late ’60s: “Working with different artists during lockdown reminded me of that. Iad come full circle: I was a session musician again. And it was still a blast.”

Majid Jordan a aStars Aligna (Feat. Drake)

Toronto twinkly-R&B duo Majid Jordan, still best known for assisting on Drake’s 2013 banger “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” are still part of Drake’s OVO braintrust nearly a decade later. Today, Majid Jordan have returned with Wildest Dreams, their first album since 2017’s The Space Between. The new album has contributions from Swae Lee and Diddy, but the song that’s inevitably going to get attention is the one with Drake on it.

ABBA a aJust A Notiona

Last month, Swedish pop legends ABBA announced their first album in 40 years, Voyage, and shared two new songs from it, “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down.” Voyage is due out next week, and before that ABBA are sharing one more single, “Just A Notion,” which they first teased on TikTok earlier this week.

Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd a aMoth To A Flamea

Swedish House Mafia — the dance trio made up of Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso — have been a fixture on the EDM touring circuit for over a decade now. They’ve released compilation albums and gone on world tours, but they’ve never put out a “proper” full-length album. But later this year they’re expected to put out their “debut” album, Paradise Again. They’ve shared two singles from it over the last few months, “It Gets Better” and “Lifetime,” which featured Ty Dolla $ign and 070 Shake, and today they’ve teamed up with none other than the Weeknd for a new track called “Moth To A Flame.”

Preview BeyoncA(c)as New Song aBe Alivea In The Trailer For Venus And Serena Williams Biopic King Richard

BeyoncA(c) has recorded a new song for the upcoming Venus and Serena Williams biopic, King Richard starring Will Smith, who plays the tennis stars’ father. Titled “Be Alive,” the song soundtracks the movie’s new trailer that dropped today.

Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne Biopic Announced

Sony Pictures has announced a biopic based on the lives and love story of Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon Osbourne, Variety reports. “Our relationship at times was often wild, insane and dangerous but it was our undying love that kept us together,” says Sharon. “We’re thrilled to partner with Sony Pictures and Polygram to bring our story to the screen.”

Morning View Turns 20

With two decades of hindsight, it’s kind of funny to notice how at war with themselves music critics seemed regarding Incubus, especially by the time the unapologetically SoCal troupe released their fourth studio album, Morning View. As has been unendingly discussed, especially now with all of these other era-adjacent anniversaries, rock music was a tricky subject in the late ’90s and early 2000s. The Strokes were only juuuust getting around to putting their nonchalant, retrofied spin on the genre, and for the six-ish years prior, a successful radio rock band was probably going to be lumped in with Korn, Disturbed, Limp Bizkit, Drowning Pool, and the rest of the Ozzfest lineup. Incubus were not quite as easy to categorize, though goodness knows promoters tried, frequently dumping them in the nu-metal bucket on the festival circuit. Sure, Incubus’ earliest work went Deftones-hard, but then you also had acoustic, mid-tempo ballads like “Drive” and a gentle, oft-shirtless lead singer, and, welp, now the pop kids who loved *NSYNC and Britney could rock out a little too. I should know — I was one of them.

Weave Got A File On You: Jim James

Weave Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.

The Langley Schools Music Projectas Innocence & Despair Turns 20

With its shout-outs to “Silly Willy From Philly” and “Mademoiselle Kitty,” Wings’ “Venus And Mars/Rock Show” medley was essentially a children’s song when Paul McCartney released it in 1975. As such, it’s a perfect introduction to the young artists of the Langley Schools Music Project. When they covered the song in 1977, they were all between 9 and 12 years old, with almost no proper music training among them, conducted by a teacher in way over his head. But they sound like theyare having the time of their lives. There are issues with pitch and timing, including some tambourines that are nearly a full beat behind, but the kids’ enthusiasm sells the performance, especially when they’re gleefully shouting McCartney’s lyrics about Jimmy Page and Madison Square Garden and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Stripped of its association with one of the biggest pop idols in the world, their cover recaptures a pure excitement for music — not the joy of seeing a good show, but the innocent thrill of singing a fun melody with all your friends. For a brief few minutes, these kids are the real rock stars.

Prince Daddy & The Hyena a aCurly Qa

In the two years since they released their album Cosmic Thrill Seekers, the antic Albany emo band Prince Daddy & The Hyena have built up a serious audience for themselves. Last month, for instance, the band opened a massive Central Park benefit show with Joyce Manor, Turnover, and Tigers Jaw. Today, Prince Daddy & The Hyena have announced that they’ve signed with Pure Nose Records, and they’ve also dropped a new song called “Curly Q.”

HEALTH & Poppy a aDead Flowersa

HEALTH is back with another collaborative single following “ISN’T EVERYONE” with Nine Inch Nails and “ANTI-LIFE” with Tyler Bates and Deftones’ Chino Moreno. Now, HEALTH have teamed up with dark-pop performer Poppy on “DEAD FLOWERS.” It’s a sludgy, shoegazey track that verges into industrial territory. Poppy’s ethereal vocals, however, give “DEAD FLOWERS” a slight R&B saunter.

Alex Lahey a aSpike The Puncha

Last we heard from Alex Lahey, the Australian Artist To Watch was covering Faith Hill classics and writing the end-credits song for Netflix’s The Mitchells Vs. The Machines. Now, Lahey is back with an ebullient new song, “Spike The Punch,” which is produced by Lahey, John Castle, and Carlos de la Garza.

Obongjayar a aMessage In A Hammera

Obongjayar, the Nigerian-born and London-based singer, stepped onto our radar a few years ago, delivering floaty and authoritative hooks on tracks for XL Recordings founder Richard Russell’s Everything Is Recorded project. Since then, Obongjayar has stayed busy. Earlier this year, he collaborated with Afrobeats producer Sarz on the Sweetness EP, and he’s also been on tracks with artists like Little Simz and Pa Salieu recently. Now, Obongjayar is at work on his as-yet-untitled debut album, and he released its first single today.

Ric Wilson & Yellow Days a aLifeas Been Good To Mea

Chicago rapper Ric Wilson has teamed up with Yellow Days (London’s George Van Den Broek) for a collaborative EP, Disco Ric In London Town. Today, the pair released the EP’s funky lead single, “Life’s Been Good To Me.”

Deserta a aIam So Tireda

Former Saxon Shore/Midnight Faces member Matthew Doty has announced a new album, Every Moment, Everything You Need. It’s the sophomore outing for his solo moniker Deserta, quick on the heels of the project’s debut last year. So far, he’s already shared one song from it, “Lost In The Weight.” Today, he’s back with another.

Richard Dawson & Circle a aMethuselaha

Last month, the idiosyncratic British folk musician Richard Dawson announced a new collaborative LP with the Finnish band Circle. It’s called Henki — a word that loosely translates to “spirit” — and it’s described as “flora-themed,” inspired by various famous plants. So far we’ve heard one single, “Lily.” Today, they’re back with another one.

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JoBlo Movie Podcast: Vikings! The Central Park Five! Will Man of Steel Be Better Than The Avengers?

Law and Moreno open a few emails which leads to discussion of MAN OF STEEL vs. THE AVENGERS, and the fact that PACIFIC RIM is still our most anticipated film of the year. Then the boys happily add 'Vikings' to the TV Round-Up before they review the best episode of 'Game of Thrones' yet. Moreno checks out STAKELAND while Law gets in deep with THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE. There's a quick look at what's coming out next week in New Releases and then it's time to say good-bye. This will be Law and Moreno's last JoBlo Movie Podcast. Thanks for listening, calling, writing, downloading, laughing, cringing, and getting drunk with us every week. Keep an eye out for what's next in our podcasting misadventures. Until then...... see ya!

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Game of Thrones: Book vs. Screen, The Croods, Voicemail Attack!

There's a lot going on in this week's show. Some good, same bad, most of it I've already forgotten. Moreno get serious about his love of the Game of Thrones books and explains to us why the hardcore fans of the pages are getting a little pissed with the TV show. The boys take some voicemails where they are handed reviews for OBLIVION and LORDS OF SALEM, asked for their take on the ridiculous price of movie-going, and consider this month's Podcast Movie Commentary. Law watches a bunch of random awful movies (JACK & JILL, THE SITTER), revisits a couple great ones (STEP BROTHERS, ROLE MODELS), tries to act like he knows stuff about CLOUD ATLAS (he doesn't), and comments on the evolution of douchebaggery in Dane Cook's stand up specials.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Your 2013 Hottie Champion! Early Word on Iron Man 3 & Oldboy! Tons of reviews!

There's a lot of passion in this week's show. Whether it's Moreno drooling over what's to come on 'Game of Thrones' or Law losing his mind over the incredible ending to the HARRY POTTER franchise. There's also early looks at IRON MAN 3 and OLDBOY from fans of the site, reviews of THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE, MEN IN SUITS, 'Top of the Lake', 'In the Flesh', and, of course, the 2013 March Madness of Hotties Champion. Like I said, it's jam packed with passionate love. And gin.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Game of Thrones Theme!

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JoBlo Movie Podcast: All 4 Evil Dead Films Reviewed! Hottie Championship! Game of Thrones is Back!

The March Madness of Hotties has come down to this, an epic championship match-up that will be decided by you. Visit our Facebook page this week and get to voting. Jimmy O stops by and gives us all the dirty secrets about what went down at the AITH EVIL DEAD Fest this past Thursday. Then Moreno and Law give their thought on the new film and re-visit the original trilogy for your listening pleasure. They also check out TOMORROW YOU'RE GONE and say good-bye to 'The Walking Dead' while saying hello to "Game of Thrones'. Moreno produces an epic GoT sounder using nothing but his purty voice (9 different versions of it), a quick look at the week's New Releases, and we're out. Go Blue! Again.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Jurassic Park Commentary!

With Jurassic Park in IMAX 3D theaters right now, why not take The JoBlo Movie Podcast's commentary along for the ride? I mean, it's timely as shit, yo. We break down how fucked we'd be if we had to fight a dinosaur, how awesome Newman is at being all "Newmany", and how many packs of cigarettes Sam Jackson smoked in the movie. Damn Goldblum, you sexy!

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Hottie Final Four! Update on Pacific Rim! Broken City, TV Round-Up, & a Harry Potter Marathon!

Johnny Moreno is back just in time to reveal the March Madness of Hotties Final Four. There are upsets, hair pulling, and doughnut bumping. After the dust settles the boys wander into the TV Round-Up where they discuss the season finales of Banshee and Justified, and look ahead to the this week's Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. Moreno finds time to watch BROKEN CITY while Law watches six HARRY POTTER movies. In a row. For the first time. There's also talk of Movie Jail, why different studios tend to make the exact same movies once in a while, and a voicemail review of THE CALL. Go Blue!

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Reviews of Evil Dead, G.I. Joe, Stoker, & Olympus Has Fallen! Hotties Elite 8!

Johnny Moreno takes some time from his Pimp retreat to call in and help update the March Madness of Hotties Tournament as we narrow the field down to the Elite 8. After that, Jimmy O brings his big guns with reviews for EVIL DEAD, G.I. JOE: RETALIATION, and STOKER. Law checks out A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD and, the better "Die Hard" film, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN. Jimmy also checks in with this year's Lebowski Fest and plays with his G.I. Joe doll a lot. Don't forget to head over to our Facebook page and start voting for which hotties you want in the Final 4 starting this Tuesday.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Hottie March Madness! Reviews of Oz, The Brass Teapot, & Jack Reacher!

After talking about it for 4 years we've finally decided to kick off the March Madness of Hotties tournament. Law and Moreno choose 16 of the finest ladies in Hollywood and throw them into a battle royale. Visit our Facebook page to vote throughout the week. There's also some reviews of OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, JACK REACHER, and THE BRASS TEAPOT while Moreno catches up with THE MASTER. The usual suspects get the rundown in TV Round-Up and we take a look at all the week's New Releases.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Sweeney, Banshee, Identity Thief, and a Big Week for The Walking Dead!

First and foremost, we have joined Facebook. Please click here, like us and recommend us to your friends. Now, Law and Moreno start things off this week discussing which actors have the greatest iconic characters under their belt. TV Round-Up welcomes 'Banshee' with open arms. 'The Walking Dead' finally shows up in 2013 with a stellar episode. Justified is still just...... there. From there the boy review THE SWEENEY, Law catches up with SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN, and takes a look at IDENTITY THIEF. New Releases and we're out!

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Rambo Edition! Reviews of Freaky Deaky, The Walking Dead, & The Oscars!

After a quick summary of what we consider an "adequate" Oscar ceremony, Law and Moreno jump into TV Round-Up and try to find the light at the end of The Walking Dead's tunnel. Soon after that is an epic look at the original Rambo trilogy. From the film's titles to the impressive body and length of Rambo's hair, the boys leave nothing out. There's also a review of FREAKY DEAKY, based on the Elmore Leonard novel, and a quick visit to the New Releases of the week.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Top Gun Commentary!

What better way to celebrate Valentime's Month (it's a month now, right?) than to listen to The JoBlo Movie Podcast commentary for Top Gun! I mean, it's like a love story, right? We ponder a variety of ridiculous topics, such as: does the Air Force have a height requirement? Because Principal Strickland is short as fuck. Why doesn't Goose take his shirt off? Why do we WANT him to take his shirt off? And did you know Tim Robbins is up in this bitch? We're skeptical, since he has a helmet on the whole time. Come for the volleyball scene (heh, no really), stay for a drunken, nonsensical dissection of Tony Scott's 80s classic!

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Walking Dead is Losing Us! Searching For Sugar Man & The Package Reviewed!

We sat down in the quiet before the Oscar storm and got drunk. This is what happened. Moreno watches SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN, BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD, and the de-gansterization of Ice Cube. Law checks out the evolving legend of Stone Cold Steve Austin in THE PACKAGE. Together, the boys try to figure out exactly why 'The Walking Dead' is trying to piss them off. Moreno finishes up with 'House of Cards', and Law is still on board with 'Banshee'. It's all fighting, f*cking, and full frontal - there's nothing not to love with this show. Stay tuned later this month for our TOP GUN Commentary. It's the gayest thing ever.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Walking Dead Returns! A Good Day to Die Hard Reviewed!

The great Jimmy O joins the boys to discuss his love/hate relationship with A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD, hosting the upcoming EVIL DEAD marathon in L.A., and how to lose one hundred pounds. The TV Round-Up fattens itself up again with the return of 'The Walking Dead' and the addition of 'Banshee'. Law and Moreno also talk 'House of Cards', ROOM 237, movies they used to hate and now love, Valentine's Day gifts, and cinematic urban legends.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Why Boba Fett Should Be the First Star Wars Spin-Off! The Master Reviewed!

TV Round-Up makes room for some more quality shows as Law and Moreno add 'House of Cards' and 'Legit' to the mix. There's also some interest in 'The King of The Nerds' (only because Lewis and Booger are involved) and continued support of 'Justified' and 'The Americans'. Law tries not to be intellectually bullied by THE MASTER and ends up finding his favorite performance of 2012. From there the boys take a look at New Releases and try to figure out who is excited for a new DIE HARD movie (it's not us or Bruce Willis) and, thanks to another voicemail, Law gets to make his case as to why the first STAR WARS spin-off movie should be about Boba Fett. Yoda, it shouldn't be.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Reviews of The Sessions, Stand Up Guys, Lincoln, Hitchcock, and More!

There's lots to talk about on the new JoBlo Movie Podcast so the boys get right down to it. TV Round-Up catches up with 'Justified' and adds 'The Americans' to the mix. What We Watched lets loose with reviews of THE SESSIONS, STAND UP GUYS, LINCOLN, HITCHCOCK, PITCH PERFECT, DREDD, FLIGHT, and THE HOBBIT. A quick look at what's coming out this week during New Releases and a fun little theory that lets us blame Steven Spielberg if the new STAR WARS movie suck a-holes. Don't forget to vote for our February Commentary - TOP GUN or TRUE ROMANCE? It's up to you. And thus it's your fault when it sucks.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Grey Commentary!

The JoBlo Movie Podcast returns with another commentary, this time for the movie that topped Moreno's best of 2012 list and made it to number 3 on Jim Law's (really 15 but whatevs), Joe Carnahan's THE GREY. The boys discuss what it'd be like to be stranded in the Alaskan wilderness (they'd kill themselves on the plane), the criticism it received for how the wolves behaved (when's the last time you hung out with a wolf, bitch?), and how THE GREY can be an all out dude movie with dude emotions without dumbing everyone down (except if you listen to this commentary). Which characters would Moreno and Law be in the movie? We describe the movie as very moody, but what the f*ck does that even mean? Does it cut itself? Come for the drunken commentary, stay for some of Moreno's douchey high school poetry. For real.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Best and Worst of Sundance! Reviews of Life of Pi, The Impossible, and Justified!

Chris Bumbray is back home after a week full of films and he's ready to share again. We get the best and worst from Sundance 2013. Who gets naked in SWEETWATER? Who's gonna sue the makers of ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW? What film has the the most blood ever? All these questions and more answered inside. From there Law and Moreno return to TV Round-Up as they catch up with 'Justified', review LIFE OF PI, THE IMPOSSIBLE, and WEST OF MEMPHIS, and give their take on J.J. Abrams' directing Episode VII.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Bumbray Reports From Sundance! Reviews of The Last Stand, Silver Linings Playbook! Return of the Drunk Segment!

Chris Bumbray is three days deep into Sundance 2013 and already has seven reviews ready. He tells the boys all about MUD, DON JON'S ADDICTION, WHO IS DAYANI CRISTAL, and more. When CBum goes to bed, Moreno and Law bring back the Drunk Segment which has the boys discussing one of the stupider moments of GANGSTER SQUAD in a 40s piano bar. What We Watched delivers reviews of SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, THE LAST STAND, THIS IS 40, and Moreno's drunk WILLY WONKA sing-a-long. Listener voicemail treats us to a review of MAMA, another suggestion for Movie Jail, why Seth Macfarlane isn't gay, and the boys most anticipated film of 2013. New Releases, jibber-jabber, a couple more beers, and we're out.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Oscar Noms Talk, Reviews of Gangster Squad, Zero Dark, & John Dies at the End!

Law and Moreno kick things off with a discussion of the Oscar nominations and the fact that they haven't seen anything that matters to the Academy. Losers. They did, however, check out a bunch of stuff for your listening pleasure. Reviews come fast and furious as they take shots at GANGSTER SQUAD, ZERO DARK THIRTY, JOHN DIES AT THE END, FRANKENWEENIE, HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA, and PREMIUM RUSH. From there the boys contemplate Hollywood's most overrated actresses, get some updates on the thriving success of Movie Jail, and take a look at what's coming out this week in New Releases. Affleck, you were the bomb in ARGO, yo! Don't let anybody tell you different.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Our Favorite Films of 2012! The Hobbit & Flight Reviewed!

Last week was all about Jimmy O and Chris Bumbray's Best of the year lists, this week we get our say. Law and Moreno count down their respective Top Ten of 2012 lists and try to screw it up as little as possible. There's some late entries, some movies get shuffled around, and one film gets the boot. Otherwise it's pretty tight. Moreno then goes on to review THE HOBBIT while Law sits down with FLIGHT. Some New Releases, a couple burps and we're out. Welcome to the new 2013 JoBlo Movie Podcast. Our resolution was to quit drinking. Things didn't work out.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The Avengers Commentary!

The JoBlo Movie Podcast rings in 2013 (F the Mayans) with a commentary for the highly anticipated and biggest grossing movie of 2012, Marvel's The Avengers. How does so much goodness get packed into one movie? How does Thor keep the balance of body and weight in his enviable hair? Is Scarlett Johannson going to take her shirt off or what? There's talk of which superhero we wanted to be when we grew up (and now), why the aliens at the end look like Orcs (not really), and how the "one shot" at the end could be one of the best sequences of the year.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Jimmy O vs. Chris Bumbray in the Battle of the Best Films of the Year!

Jimmy O and Chris Bumbray have been the leading film reviewers for for years. They consider themselves friends and great colleagues but have never had the opportunity to actually sit down and speak to each other about movies. Now they have. Moreno and Law take a open the floor to the two Podcast regulars as they each give us the run-down on their own Top Ten Lists from 2012. There's yelling, there's cursing, there's bromance, and there sure as hell is a lot of secret piss breaks for Law and Moreno. Keep talking boys. Come join us for our end of the year celebration with two of our favorite guests, a few dozen beers, and more LES MISERABLES talk than you ever thought you could sit through. I left a couple times. Stay tuned later this week for our AVENGERS Commentary and stupid tweets @TheJoBloPodcast. Happy New Year, yo.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Pablo Schreiber & Common Join Us! Reviews of Django, Zero Dark Thirty, & The Hobbit!

Sometimes shows are just epic. Law and Moreno are joined by the great Eric Walkuski as he delivers his thoughts on THE HOBBIT, DJANGO UNCHAINED, and ZERO DARK THIRTY. Then 'The Wire' alum, Pablo Schreiber stops by to talk about his new film, ALLEGIANCE, audio books, and yes, The Wire. If that's not enough for you we get one of the smoothest men on the planet, Common, to join us to chat about his latest film, LUV. From there, what's left of the boys deliver their own reviews of CLOUD ATLAS (the greatest Johnny Moreno review ever), PUNCTURE, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, SLEEPWALK WITH ME, and BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD. Still not enough? How about a voicemail from Steven Seagal's mom (note: we are unclear on whether or not this is Steven Seagal's mom) scolding Jim Law on his interviwing capabilities and the raising of his children. We'll even throw in a hate filled voicemail review of THE BOURNE LEGACY, some minor TV Round-Up as we wait for the end of Homeland, and the highs and lows of Decembeard. Be sure to check out our pod-crash on the AITH show this Wednesday. Our children are ashamed of us.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: The first 9 minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness seen! Season finale round up! Voicemail Roll Call!

Better late than never, that's what my grandfather used to say. But he was late for his own funeral, so what the flying fuck did he know anyway? Moreno gives Law the week off so he could shove more beer in his face area, then goes solo on the epic season finale round up of Boardwalk Empire, Sons of Anarchy, and The Walking Dead. From there, the great Jimmy O stops by to talk about seeing the first 9 minutes of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and the boys get into a heated debate on the merits of Expendables 2 (there are none). New Releases and a voicemail roll call leaves us with questions on where Homeland is headed and why Killing Them Softly sucks so hard.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Killing Them Softly, Premium Rush & Sinister Reviewed! What We Don't Want in the New Star Wars Movies!

Law and Moreno start things off with some serious discussion about the future of superhero movies. Why would JGL be Batman? What other characters have to come back for the new X-MEN movie? From there Moreno visits the theater for KILLING THEM SOFTLY and re-visits JACKIE BROWN & BEVERLY HILLS COP. Both boys review SINISTER and the creepy creeps that came along with it. Law goes on to check out PREMIUM RUSH and HIT AND RUN. A great voicemail question leads to a discussion about what the guys don't want in the new STAR WARS movies. From there it's all New Releases and drunken slurs. Enjoy.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: They Live Commentary!

What better way to come down from the presidential election blues than by watching John Carpenter's look at shadow governments, sedation and obedience by consumerism, and Keith David in Lakers' colors. It's the 1987 cult classic THEY LIVE and we break this puppy down like Roddy Piper with a pickaxe. Seriously Roddy, why you gotta be all buff and manly and shit? Drink with us as we try to figure out if that old guy is "Red" from BACK TO THE FUTURED. Marvel as WE marvel at the broad with the creepiest eyes of all time. Seriously, is she about to turn into the Hulk or is she "one of them"? The movie starts as one thing, then someone zips through space on their watch. Gotta get me one of them shits.

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Reviews of Butter, Silent Night! Another Look at Spider-Man and Expendables 2! Epic TV Round-Up!

As Moreno recovers from his Thanksgiving bender, the boys decide to kick off the holiday season with the awfully great SILENT NIGHT. Law also checks out the star-studded BUTTER while Moreno catches up with THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, THE EXPENDABLES 2, and WIN WIN. TV Round-Up is in full effect with reviews of great episodes by Homeland, Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead, and Boardwalk Empire. There's tons to look at in New Releases, some ass-kissing voicemail, and a disturbing call from Jax Teller that proves to us, once and for all that he's losing his mind. For the club. Stay tuned later this week for our THEY LIVE Commentary!