The Breakdown of 'Animal House', 'You've Got Mail', 'Lost Girls' and Remembering Stuart Gordon

Sorry about the delay on this week's show, but we had some technical issues. But it is here now, and we've got three big movie reviews for you. Lately, we've been revisiting some movies held up as classics, and we continue that again with one of the most successful, popular and influential comedies of all time Animal House. We follow the path of beloved comedies with a huge 1990s romantic comedy hit in the Nora Ephron directed and Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks starring You've Got Mail. Then we go a little darker with the Netflix original based on true events thriller, Lost Girls. We also celebrate the career of a horror filmmaking legend in the very influential Stuart Gordon who gave us an all-time cult hit, Re-Animators. We also discuss if the closure of almost every live-action film production will lead to a rise in animated features. As always, we had a great time recording the show and we really hope you love it as well. If you do, then please help us out by sharing the show on social media, so other movie fans can discover us.

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The Movies' Rating Out of Four Stars

Animal House***½ (CS & SM)
You've Got Mail *** (CS & SM)
Lost Girls **½ (CS) & *** (SM)