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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Boundaries

The first Extended Cut episode is here! Featuring Jason and Shawn's NL Morning Show stint with Howie Reimer PLUS a whole lotta other movie talk, and even some movie news, for your ear holes!

Jason and Shawn yap about Incredibles 2, and Shawn puts the recent VOD release Rampage -- starring The Rock and a giant monkey -- on the chopping block. Oh, and Jason brings a Retro Review in for examination.

Plus the Basement Dwellers discuss the future of Star Wars and how Good or Bad a sixth Terminator movie will be, and why stars like to revisit the roles that made them famous as they grow older. They also hit up Netflix for some bucks.

All this is yours to listen to right here, right now, for the low cost of free. Push play, and stick with us!

Remember: Jason and Shawn appear on Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops every Friday morning at about 8:40 ish.


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