This week's podcast is chock full of movies. In fact, we have movies for everyone. EVERYONE. We have awkward teen comedies, we have tender coming of age, we have asshole Jonathan Taylor Thomas learning the meaning of Christmas... We even have Wilford Brimley riding a horse!

Seriously: we have everything.

First up, if you know what's good for you, you will go out and immediately see The Edge of Seventeen. Take the day off work, you've earned it. Second, if you're in the UK, plan your entire February around seeing Moonlight at least three times. Third, I think we can all agree that I'll Be Home For Christmas is a classic. Mmm, nineties Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

We also bring back Shit Film Sundays with a very special guest, Harry, AKA our Shit Film Correspondent. We'll probably get him a badge or something. At the very least, we'll give him a great reference should he chose to further his film career.

I'm going to leave you with Destiny's Child "Bootylicious," which samples Stevie Nick's "Edge of Seventeen," and also features Stevie at the beginning. ENJOY.

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