Podcast: Almost Locals Only – Waiting for Jackasses

Almost Locals Only is a weekly podcast discussing the latest film releases, movie news, Trailer vs Trailer, and DVD releases.

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Participants on this week’s episode were:

John from Lost in Reviews who was joined by our friends from Frothy Girlz Shannon and Nat.

Movie Reviews
Jackass 3D
13:17 RED
20:58 Waiting for Superman

29:58 Cinema News and Views
The cursed Hobbit production finally green lit. Harry Potter and the case of 3D

37:12 Trailer Vs Trailer It’s Ryan Gosling vs Ryan Gosling!
Blue Valentine

VS
All Good Things

40:39 DVD Releases
October 19
Disneys Oceans
Please Give
Predators
Apocalypse Now
(Blu-Ray)
Seven Samurai Criterion Collection (Blu-Ray)
Psycho 50th Anniversary Edition (Blu-Ray)

41:47 What we Watched
Mad Men, Soft for Digging, [Rec2], Grindhouse BluRay, the trouble for horror at the box office, Hatchet 2, I Spit on Your Grave

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