Almost Locals Only: A Salty Comic Con

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John from Lost in Reviews who was joined by our friends from Shannon and Nat as well as Jeff from (Jeff)

Movie Review

20:11 –  Cinenews and Views: The Comic Con catchup and wrap up
Topics discussed: Comic Con panels and news from them, non Con related, we discuss the quick rise (and fall?) of 3D.

41:32 – Trailer vs Trailer: We catch up with new stuff from Comic Con
Tron Legacy

Machete red band NSFW

Drive Angry

49:44 DVD Releases
Cop Out
The Losers
The Runaways
A Town Called Panic

52:52 What we watched
Walker, True Blood Season 3, Arrested Development, Altered States, The films of Kathleen Turner

Bonus: Here is the video to the intro and outro music used in this weeks Comic Con special.

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