24 - Tomb Raider / Annihilation


Welcome to Episode 24 of We Watched A Thing.

Join us, as this week we answer the age old question: "How would a movie discussion podcast work if the hosts didn't watch the same thing?"

So first we'll be grabbing our bow and arrows and raiding tombs, as we discuss Roar Uthaug's brand new video game movie / franchise reboot "Tomb Raider", starring Alicia Vikander, Dominic West and Walton Goggins, a movie which Topher didn't end up seeing.

Then it's off to the shimmer, where we'll be searching for a lighthouse and fighting crocodiles, while chatting about Alex Garland's straight-to-netflix release "Annihilation", starring Natalie Portman, Oscar Isaac, Tessa Thompson, Benedict Wong, Gina Rodriguez, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, a film that Billy never got to watch.

23 - Oscars 2018 Recap / The Square


Welcome to Episode 23 of We Watched A Thing.

Join us as we catch up on all the highs and lows of the 2018 Academy Awards. How did we feel about 'The Shape of Water' snagging best picture as well as 3 other wins? Were we totally bummed that 'Lady Bird' walked away empty handed? Did we think Jimmy Kimmel totally smashed it, or fell short?

Then stay with us as we praise piles of gravel as post-modern art, blow up little beggar girls, and gush over just how much we are absolutely and totally in love with Elizabeth Moss, all while discussing 2017's Cannes Film Festival Darling 'The Square'. Written and directed by Ruben Ostlund and winner of the Palme d'Or.

22 - Red Sparrow


Welcome to Episode 22 of We Watched A Thing.

Join us as we get our legs demolished while our CGI body doubles do ballet, and then get forced into a life of sexual slavery for the good of our country all while discussing the recently released spy thriller "Red Sparrow", written by Justin Haythe and directed by Francis Lawrence. Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, and Jeremy Irons.

21 - Oscars Preview

Welcome to Episode 21 of Bears on Film.

Are you prepared for the Oscars? We are! Join us to find out who we think will win, and who we want to win, while discussing the 90th Academy Awards before they've even happened.

A reminder that going forward, the show will be changing it's name to 'We Watched A Thing', so look for that in the coming weeks.

20 - The Golden Voyage of Sinbad


Welcome to Episode 20 of Bears on Film.

Ahoy, me hearties! Join us as we sail the seas with a scantily-clad slave girl and a man with a golden face, on a quest to find a magical fountain. While on this quest we'll discuss the magic of Ray Harryhausen's work, the charisma (or lack there of) of John Phillip Law, who plays Sinbad, and whether or not the use of dark magic will create constipation for the user. That's right, we're watching 1973's 'The Golden Voyage of Sinbad'. Could this be the most divisive adventure the Bears have ever had?

13 - Interview with a VFX Artist: Nathan Cox + Your Name (Kimi no Na wa)


Welcome to Episode 13 of Bears on Film.

Our bears aren't alone! This week we're chatting with Nathan Cox, a visual effects artist and creepypasta narrator, about what he does and why he does it.

Then he'll join our bears as they swap bodies, and outrun time and space while discussing the highest grossing anime of all time - Your Name (Kimi no Na wa).

You can find Nathan on YouTube HERE, or on twitter - @Natenator77

10 - Bears Best: Top 5 films of 2017/2007

Welcome to Episode 10 of Bears on Film.

Happy New Year! This week Billy and Topher are sharing their top 5 films of the year. Will they have any cross over? Will they disagree on any? Will Justice League make the cut?

Then as a special extra, our bears list their top 5 films from 10 years ago, inspired by the idea that you need to let films sit with you for at least that long before being able to effectively rank them.