(Episode 26 of) Cinema Smackdown!

Cinema Smackdown 26: 21 Jump St/Silent House Vs The Woman in Black
By Bret Dorman and Kate Peterson

21 Jump St has Jonah Hill & Co. (Channing Tatum) pretending to be younger and sneaking into high school. But do you remember all the way back to four years ago when Jonah Hill & Co. (Michael Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse) were in high school trying to pretend to be older to buy booze-y booze? Drink everytime they say McLovin:

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Download Episode 26. This week’s agenda:

Greetings: Start! – 2:00
21 Jump St Review: 2:00 – 33:00
21 Jump St Spoilers!: 33:00 – 41:15
Fun Time (20(1) ?s, Genre sMash): 41:15 – 1:15:15
Misc: 1:15:15 – 1:28:40
Misc Mentions: /Film – WTF study
Jeff Goldsmith’s (as always) In-Depth Q&A with Silent House writer/co-director Laura Lau and co-director Chris Kentis
Ron Swanson’s Movie Reviews


“Death Match” Silent House Vs The Woman in Black showdown

To get any of our previous episodes, visit our archives on SkyDrive and just download whichever ones are missing from your collection so your iPod doesn’t feel lonely:

Cinema Smackdown Episodes 1-25

Silent House and The Woman in Black both feature a singular character being terrorized for most the movie. Which is better? We may not agree on this one, but one thing Bret and Kate can agree on is Bruce Campbell completely dominates in Evil Dead II, where for a good forty minute chunk he is alone on screen. Add in Sam Raimi’s visual restlessness and you’ve got yourself an unstoppable tour-de-force in Horror Cinema:

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Next time we will be reviewing the Controversial The Hunger Games as well as “What Are They Thinking?” Theme Review Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Thanks for enjoying!

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