So, um, what movies do you even think are good then?

First off, watch the attitude. Secondly, we get this question a lot — usually from people who think we must be incapable of liking any movies. But actually, we love movies — hence our anger at when bad ones get overly-praised. So to answer your question with way more than you expected, here's a list of 320 movies we think are awesome

When do you post new episodes?

New episodes are released once a week. 

Our "In Theaters" episodes (where we see a movie in the theater and then come back and give our immediate reaction) are released sporadically. 

Who are the hosts? How do they know each other?

Just two nobodies. We're friends who think we're funny, so we started this show. We met in high school a long time ago (we're in our 30s). You can follow Keating on Twitter (@keatingthomas) and you can’t follow Jim on Twitter, because he doesn't participate in social media, which makes him a better person than Keating. 

How can I contact the show?

Our email address is And you can find us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram, all under the handle @FilmSnuff.

How do you determine what episodes you do for the show?

It’s pretty simple: if a movie is beloved by the general public and/or the critics—and both Keating and Jim think it’s not as good as everyone says — then it’s a candidate for the show. That can be an Oscar-nominated movie, an admired blockbuster, a loved comedy, or a movie the two hosts liked as kids and now realize in retrospect is actually utter garbage.

Do you watch these movies together first?

No, we both watch and research each movie separately, and then don’t speak about its contents to each other until we start recording (which can actually get very frustrating when it's a really juicy one).

Can I request a movie for you guys do on the show?

Not officially, but never hurts to give us suggestions. Here's our archive, which is a readable, clean list of movies we've done so far, if you were curious. 

Who designed your logo?

Our logo and all other artwork were created for us by graphic artist Matthew Alexander Kling.

How can I donate to your show?

Hey, that's a nice thought! And, you might as well give money to us instead of Sally Struthers, right? There are many ways you can do this: You can check out our Patreon page or donate to us through PayPal (links on our Donate page).