Snooty and Goon: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi


“I’m not going to ask you again, Dwight… Where. Is. Pam?”

It’s another Michael Bay film, but there are no robots or turtles to be found. That just leaves us with the heroic REAL-LIFE exploits of American military contractors rising to the occasion and saving lives. The men are heroic, but is the movie worthy of them?

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrews Sisters

Trailer Talk

10 Cloverfield Lane

Gods of Egypt

Money Monster

The Conjuring 2


13 Hours: S&G in a Snap!


What’s with all the reading in this poster? It distracts me from the explosions.

A real American hero…es.

Snooty and Goon: The Revenant


What would you do for a Klondike Bar?

Oscar Season closes with Leo’s latest attempt, and what an attempt it is. He’s thrown caution (and physical well-being) to the wind as he treks across the wilderness. Snooty and Goon had front-row seats, and they’re ready to break down this cinematic breakdown.

Still Alive by Jonathan Coulton

Trailer Talk

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Free State of Jones

Dirty Grandpa

Fifty Shades of Black (Red Band Trailer)

The Revenant: S&G in a Snap!


“Inspired” by “true” “events.”

The violence in this movie is un-bear-able. HA! I’m hilarious.

Snooty and Goon: Joy


Nothing says “empowered woman” like chopping off all her hair and sticking her in a leather jacket. FEMINISM!

2016 may be here, but Snooty and Goon still need to wrap up the last year before their auld acquaintance may be forgot. Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper re-team with David O. Russell to recreate the magic of American Hustle. They’ve got the American, but do they have that old Hustle?

Joy to the World (cover by Pentatonix)

Trailer Talk

The Boss

Jane Got a Gun

Miracles From Heaven

Eddie the Eagle

Alice Through the Looking Glass

Kung Fu Panda 3

Snooty and Goon: Gremlins


This is more or less what Snooty and Goon look like when going to the movies.

It’s that time of year when Snooty and Goon get to watch a movie they’re guaranteed to like. Yay!¬†And what could be more in the spirit of the holidays than a movie about a bunch of monsters running amok, eating everything, and killing anyone who wants to ruin their fun.

Wait, what?

Too Many Gremlins by Jerry Goldsmith