Ep. 38 – Dope, Deadpool, and Deadly X-men

Dope, deadpool, deadly Xmen

After an extended hiatus, Kalena Michele and Cicely Joi are joined by friend and fellow Snobbie Jai Field to discuss some of the things we’ve be watching.  We also go deep into why “Dope” was so…dope, why “Deadpool” was everything, and why Bryan Singer didn’t seem to do “X-Men: Apocalypse” justice.  THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS!


Ep. 32.2 – Snobbie Special – Inside Out

INSIDE-OUT-MATT-NEEDLE_638Kalena has been to the movies and couldn’t wait to tell Cicely all about Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out.


Ep. 25.4 – Snobbie Short – Focus


Have you see Will Smith’s latest flick? Tune in to hear Cicely’s review of this year’s con caper, Focus.


Ep. 25.1 – Snobbie Short – Helicopter Mom


Cicely and Kalena give their take on the quirky Atlanta film festival flick, Helicopter Mom, starring Nia Vardalos of My Big Fat Greek Wedding fame.


Ep. 24 – Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

conciergeOscar season is over but that doesn’t stop your favorite Snobs from discussing some of the films that took home golden men this year. Wes Anderson… do we love him? Hate him? Tune in to find out as we discuss his latest movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel.


Ep. 23.2 – Snobbie Short – Top Five Review



SPOILERS: Kalena Michele’s been to the movies!  Here is her review of Top Five.


Ep. 13.2 – Snobbie Short – The Family

the-family-movie-posterKalena Michele caught a screening of The Family and gives her review.


Ep. 12 – The Whedonverse! (an hommage to Joss Whedon)


Fanboys and Fangirls get ready! The Snobs switch over to geek mode and dive into the Whedonverse. As the writer/director of such hit movies like The Avengers and Cabin in the Woods, we thought it was time to dedicate an episode to the writing genius that is Joss Whedon. If you weren’t a big fan of his before, you definitely will be after hearing this! Enjoy!

**After episode correction** –We stated somewhere in the episode that Whedon wasn’t involved with the upcoming new show Agents of S.H.I.EL.D. We were oh-so embarrasingly wrong as Whedon produces, writes, and directs for the show.