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Alex Knapp says Go/Don't Go and watch 71 movies on Netflix

It's Friday night, and that can only mean one thing: it's time to Go/Don't Go to the movies with From The Basement!

The Basement Boys, Jason and Shawn, have set their sites on a new movie this week, reviewing the apocalyptic drama Go/Don't Go, and interviewing writer/director/star Alex Knapp!

Go/Don't Go is very much a one-man-show about isolation and loneliness, and letting go of the past. It's a timely film given the number of lockdowns around the world amidst the ongoing pandemic, which at times feels quite apocalyptic. Alex discusses all this, and what inspired him to write Go/Don't Go, in a very candid and entertaining interview.

But the Dynamic Duo don't just want to hear about the movie; they want to review it too. Did Alex succeed in his mission, and craft a cinematic calling card that will launch his career? Stick with us!

And stay put, as Jason and Shawn also discuss Netflix's plan to release a new original movie a week for the rest of the year, and do so with big stars like Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot. Is this another nail in the coffin for traditional theatrical releases? 

Tune in to the mighty Radio NL 610 AM Kamloops at 6:05 tonight, and find out. 


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