ATR #67: STEP, Kidnap, and The Dark Tower

Your host That Guy Named John is once again joined by Tim Hall and Erynne Hundley in the studio as they review 3 new films: “STEP, “Kidnap”, and “The Dark Tower”. One of those films is incredible, one is dumb, and one is pointless. Find out which one is which!

Time code breakdown:

0m:00s – 7m:25s: Intro

7m:25s – 22m:25s: Discussion, review, and rating for “STEP”. IMDB link.

22m:25s – 43m:30s: Discussion, review, and rating for “Kidnap”. IMDB link.

43m:30s – 1h:18m: Discussion, review, and rating for “The Dark Tower”. IMDB link.

1h:19m – : Wrap up and future projects, plus social media handles

Special shout out to Chris Lamberth of “The Mundane Festival” podcast, who can find on Twitter: @ChrisLamberth, and follow his podcast on iTunes. Thank you for all of the support!

Guests on this episode:

Tim Hall: A huge thank you to the one and only People’s Critic, Tim Hall! He can be found by checking out his Twitter: @peoplescrtic, Instagram @peoplescritic,  or his website: The Peoples Critic blog!

Erynne Hundley:  It is always great to have Erynne back in the studio! Make sure to check out her reviews on her new website:, plus follow her adventures on Twitter: @erynne_hundley, and Instagram: @mugglepicturesdontmove. Her written reviews will be posted on the revamped site for “The Barbershop Show”, which you can follow on Twitter: @barbershopshow_, Instagram: @barbershopshow, and their website:

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