This is it guys ... the final episode of Flixistentialism as we know it. The gang plus some old (white) faces of Flixist past get together and reminisce on this long journey of a podcast we've all embarked on. There's fantasy...
On this weeks episode of Flixistentialism, the guys discuss Sisqo's career, religious thongs, the whereabouts of Josh Hartnet and the beauty that is Selma Blair's hair.
On this episode of Flixistentialism, the cast become lead buddies and leave Geoff out, Liz hates whimsy with a passion, and Nick creates a new sex move involving Dr. Pepper. We also talk Entourage movie, The Raid sequel, Zero Charisma and most importantly Bebe's Kids.
On this long awaited episode of Flixistentialism ... the guys catch up and try to do this whole "podcasting" thing another go, discuss all the movie related stuff missed during the hiatus, Liz explodes the universe (and boobies), Geoff defends his chair and we discover the Dre Claus(e). Also, Dre goes on a rant about how much he hates Gwenyth Paltrow (which is alot).
With every film festival I've ever been to, there is always at least one movie about the plight of a male/female protagonist(s) (X) from an impoverished spanish speaking country (Y) using a certain mode of transportation...
On this "live" episode of Flixistentialism, the guys recap all the changes that happened in the new world order that took place in the future present such as the role reversal of genders, and jocks/nerds and discuss our ...
We have a bro cast on this weeks episode! (BA-BA-BA-BROOOO CASSSTTT)Dre and Nick reach out to Geoff amidst his vacation in Japan and get all the stories about Japan's little eccentricities. On the film front, we fawn over Vin Diesel/Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, talk the fragmentation of Marvel properties, Spring Breakers and the nature of Indies. Also, bananas.
On this specially angry episode of Flixistentialism, the guys rant about Spike Lee's kickstarter, Dre has an aneurism when he finds out Robocop will be PG 13, we fantasize about Batman and Superman eating ice cream, we ponder what the f*ck is an Ultron and Nick sings a song.
On this demented episode of Flixistentialism ... Dre is sleepy, Nick starts babbling about revenge cars (!?) and Liz accuses people of pooping in their pants when all they did was fart. Also, we talk about Pacific Rim, the Old Boy trailer and the ongoing Ender's Game controversy.
On this weeks episode of Flixistentialism, we start a pirate gang, voice our concerns over Pacific Rim's upcoming box office numbers, the ettiquette of watching a movie on vacation, the Ender's Game boycott, fake gamer girls and a little mini episode of Flixist Movie Club: Miami Connection.
On this patriotic episode of Flixistentialism... Dre starts a gang, Liz gets shot for being in a gang, Nicholas discusses his deep rooted hatred for Planes and his affinity for The Little Mermaid. We also discuss a bit of Man of Steel, Pixar vs. Laika and answer some questions. Also, this might be the most explicative explicit podcast ever because 'MURICA THATS WHY.
On today's episode of Flixistentialism, we mourn the loss of James Gandolfini and on a completely unrelated note find out what Nick has been up to this summer (HINT: not killing celebrities). Also, we gab about Man of Steel, This Is The End, Yeezus and shoe sizes.
On this episode of Flixstenialism, the guys start a new religion, we introduce a new segment (complete with theme song) and a old Chicago insurance commercial gives Dre the heebie jeebies.
It's here guys. Get your fill of fastness, furiousness, sixes, headbutt torpedos, family values and sexual tension. It's finally here, a podcast dedicated to the greatness that is Fast and Furious 6.
On this episode of Flixistentialism, we talk about the new X-Box One, Nick teaches you how to play it cool with the ladies, we fawn over the wonderment that is Leonardo DiCaprio and discuss what it means for your film to be liked/hated in the festival circuit. Also, Nick and Dre get into a fight that might put their friendship in danger.
On today's episode of Flixistentialism we exchange Geoffalia recipes, talk our over excitement for Fast Six, figure out why Vin Diesel won't let Riddick die, discuss Zach Braff's kickstarter tom foolery and also answer some listener questions. Also, I fart somewhere within this episode ... see if you can find out where.
It's been long awaited (I think) and it's finally here! That's right folks ... Flixist Movie Club is back! Andres & Nick are joined by El Jefe Matthew Razak and we sit down and discuss the latest Evil Dead remake/sequel/thingy. We draw comparisons, solve the secrets of it's universe (and the universe in general) and discuss the possibility of the merging of Evil Dead universes.
On the Sweet 16 episode of Flixistentialism whilst waiting for Liz Bones, Dre and Geoffrey teach young Nick how to masturbate and harmonize using sultry R&B and squirt noises. When Liz arrives, we finally settle down and actually talk movies like Only God Forgives, upcoming summer movies and the potential of Netflix.
On this week's episode of Flixistentialism, I spoil the madness that is Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor, I fall in love with just saying Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor, we talk Spike Lee's Old Boy remake and Nick tells us all about this thing called the MTV Movie Awards?
On this week's episode of Flixistentialism ... we come up with rap names, we fantasize about what we would do in the universe of the upcoming movie The Purge (AKA Crime Day), we rate girls in terms of pizza and Geoff unveils how he "does" sex like a snail.
On this week's episode ... we're joined by the ghost of former podcast host Alex Katz, diagnose Geoffrey of his illness, talk Springbreakers and come up with the coolest way to kill yourself.
On this week's episode of Flixistentialism: Nick talks about his recent date, we learn the true meaning of handshakes, Geoffrey divulges the prices of milkshakes and we discuss some SXSW stuff.
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