Ethan Coen sets out as a solo director once again to give us Drive Away Dolls. A quirky romp full of intentionally offensive humor, one unforgettable MacGuffin, and drug-fueled sequences. It’ll make you laugh, it’ll make you cringe. And Jim can’t think of any innuendos off the cuff…probably a good thing.
The next Bald Move First Run movie is Dune 2!
Shuffle and lurch your way back into the world of The Walking Dead with AMC’s The Ones Who Live. A.Ron and Jim are continuing their running commentary on the unkillable saga. Tune in to find out how Michonne and Rick reunite!
The American Dream has always been just that, a dream. Death of a Salesman (1985) is based off of the 1949 Arthur Miller play of the same name. This adaptation features powerful performances from Dustin Hoffman and a young John Malkovich. It’s thoroughly depressing, but magnificent to watch. Have something funny in your queue for viewing after.
We made it out of the Night Country. True Detective Season 4 has come to a conclusion and Jim and A.Ron are here to gather the facts. Whether you’re Team Rational or Team Supernatural, there is fuel for your fire. Were your theories correct?
Lunchtime! Jim shows off his new space and vehicle “puppies”. A.Ron has been canvassing the neighborhood bolstering democracy. What were the tech flops from decades passed? Are your cups top down or bottom down? Join in for the usual fun of lunch with a dash of existentialism.
Give yourselves a hand! Jim and A.Ron reflect on the marathon, the fun, the comradery, and the goo of it all! Thanks to listeners and viewers like you, Bald Move not only met their donation goal, they surpassed it! And Connor Swan from the CureAlz stops by to chat and accept the donation.
The Artemis was built on rules. Tonight they’re getting broken. Jim and A.Ron dive into the overlooked 2018 action/sci-fi thriller at the recommendation of their producer Talitha. The three of them will discuss the highs and lows of this hidden gem. Between the star-studded cast, amazing design, and tight script, there’s a whole underworld to uncover behind the doors of The Artemis.
We’re quickly approaching the border of Night Country. A.Ron and Jim are unraveling the threads of the conspiracy around Annie K, the mine, and the police chief. Between the physical and emotional punches, this episode gave us some of the answers we’ve been looking for. Did your predictions come true?
Lunchtime! Jim is not getting a puppy. A.Ron is not corrupting the children. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s get to the episode. How much of Jim and A.Ron is a safe dosage? The guys share their unpopular sci-fi opinions, and oh boy, these are controversial. Watch your back, don’t get “big mac-ed”.
It’s lonely up in Ennis, Alaska. Jim and A.Ron are searching the Night Country for clues. Navarro and Danvers are both dealing with personal demons. Their ties to tragedies both past and present come to a head in scary visions, restless spirits, and hidden places. We’re all in the Night Country now.
If Pete’s not careful, he’s going to be the next person to disappear. Journey deeper into Night Country with Jim and A.Ron. More hauntings, more spirals, and more oranges coming your way on this episode of True Detective: Night Country.