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Queen and Slim take Knives Out to The Irishman

It's Thanksgiving in the Good 'Ole U.S. of A, and that means there's a few big movies to watch between turkey dinners for our American fans... and for us in the True North Strong and Free, who ate our bird weeks ago.

Unlike years past, one of the most anticipated films of the weekend -- and in fact the year -- isn't landing in theatres, but is debuting on Netflix. And it's directed by a Hollywood legend, and stars a trio of Hollywood legends.

Jason and Shawn will tell you all about it, and the weekend's other big releases, when From The Basement takes to the Radio NL 610 AM airwaves at 6:05 PST tonight!

In addition to discussing The Irishman, Knives Out and Queen and Slim, the Basement Boys have a new interview for your earholes. Jason spoke with martial arts filmmaker Jennifer N. Linch about her upcoming mashup Kung Fu Ghost. The two also get into the gender politics of filmmaking, making this conversation a timely one.

Meanwhile, Jason and Shawn have a semi-heated discussion about the latest -- and last -- Rambo movie and It: Chapter 2. And they share the weekend entertainment rundown, plus a whole lot more.

So you know what to do. Tune in at 6:05 via the AM dial, or the player to your right, and enjoy.

Stick with us!

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