Don your super suit and grab a coldie, it’s gonna get incredible in here! The R&B crew take on the Brad Bird sequel to the classic Pixar film that got us monologuing, and man do we have some things to talk about. For the beverage this episode we went with Garage Brewing’s Tropical IPA, a seasonal and delicious beer you can learn more about here: www.garagebrewco.com/tropical-ipa
Grab a beverage and join the R&B crew while we visit the criminal haven that is the Hotel Artemis. This movie came out of nowhere for us, and to say we have some great things to go over about it is an understatement. We recommend Coronado Brewing’s Marine Dream IPA which they graciously hooked us up with which you can learn more about here: https://coronadobrewing.com/coronado-beer-series/art-series/#marine-dream – CHEERS!
6 months into 2018 and we’ve seen a shit ton of movies! To keep track of where we’re at, I’m going to drop the top 5 of my personal favorites of the slew of movies Ken and I have seen thus far. Here we go:
- Deadpool 2
- A Quiet Place
- Hotel Artemis
- Black Panther
There ya go. I do feel like I’m leaving something out, so if there – is let us know!
Now that everyone here at Reviews & Brews needs hours of therapy from seeing this movie, let’s drink! There’s a ton to discuss about Hereditary, so the R&B crew brought in their close friend Phillip at ManicProject (www.manicproject.com) to share the grief of going through this insanely uncomfortable movie. For beverages, we got the hook-up again from Belching Beaver with their unreleased Orange Vanilla IPA, which of course you can find more info on here: belchingbeaver.com
Take a shot any time Brad & Ken say “actually” on this episode! All jokes aside, it’s probably more entertaining than Action Point actually was, but feel free to tune in to hear our thoughts on Jonny Knoxville and the injuries he sustained while making this movie. For refreshments we went with a fantastic DuckFoot Brewing beverage that helps with repopulating the bee population: Drink This Or The Bees Die. Learn more about it on this episode and this website: duckfootbeer.com
I have a great feeling about this!
Mainly because Belching Beaver gave us an exclusive preview of their new beer: Digital Bath, their 4th collaboration with Deftones! Come along with us as we chat about Solo’s Kessell Run and this super tasty brew before the public gets to. Thanks again, Belching Beaver! Find more on them here: http://belchingbeaver.com
It’s time to make some muthaf$%#kin chimichangas to chat about the second round of crass jokes and 4th wall breaks from your neighborhood friendly pal, Deadpool. This review will take maximum effort, so have a cold beverage on hand when you come on this journey with us! Our beverage of choice for this episode was the delightful Modern Times hazy IPA called Avalon, which you can find more info on here: www.moderntimesbeer.com/beer/avalon
With no movie to see this week and a few new releases being sequels, The R&B crew go over sequels that they loved and hated. Also, what makes a good (or bad) sequel? Hit us up on our social media and let us know if there’s movies we missed that must be named! The beverage of choice for this episode is Stone’s I’m Peach double IPA. Scope the details on that here: www.stonebrewing.com/beer/special-r…ach-double-ipa.
月が奇麗ですね!!!! This week the Reviews & Brews crew catch up on releases with the quirky Wes Anderson stop motion delight, Isle of Dogs. And yes, you will want sushi after watching this movie! The beer for this episode is very not Japanese, as we go back to Epic Brewing for their RiNo APA. Read up on this delicious beverage here: www.epicbrewing.com/news-and-events…leases-rino-apa .
I’d imagine this post will be fairly obvious as to what I’m aiming to do here, but here we go anyways! To prepare for Avengers: Infinity War I decided to watch –all– of the MCU before the grand viewing. There are some exceptions here and that is I didn’t get to see The Incredible Hulk, nor did I get to see the first Thor. Oh, and we saw Black Panther twice a couple months ago so that was also skipped. I will add Infinity War to this someday, but if you listened to our review you will understand why it can’t quite be ranked yet.
So, without further ado here is my MCU best of list:
- Iron Man
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- Captain America: Civil War
- Guardians of the Galaxy
- Doctor Strange
- Black Panther
- Spider-Man: Homecoming
- Thor: Ragnarok
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
- Iron Man 2
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Iron Man 3
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- The Incredible Hulk
- Thor: The Dark World