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Season 5, Episode 1: 'Deliver Us From Evil' and 'Tammy'

Tim and Gregg give a five-bag summer blockbuster recap and discuss whether or not John Goodman is a true "man of the blues."

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Tim finds notes of Decker in The November Man while Gregg reveals his favorite Bond actor.

Tim discusses the future of Decker and the state of Hollywood sequels while guest Gregg Turkington gives us a cool "behind-the-scenes" look at a classic cinema location.

This week our host rates two unmissable summer hits and discusses his action-espionage heroes, while guest Gregg Turkington premieres another exciting On Location segment. Watch more On Cinema on adultswim.com.

The buffs give us an in-depth look into the highly anticipated 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' and then grab their umbrellas to dive 'Into the Storm.' Watch more On Cinema on adultswim.com.

Tim and Gregg butt heads on whether sound effects in 'Guardians of the Galaxy' are more impressive than the Hollywood visuals, and Gregg delivers more expertise into cinema history in another On Location segment.

The buffs take a look at Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's incredible transition into the world of acting, and Gregg gets a candid opinion on Woody Allen's new film from the resident On Cinema Woody Expert.

Tim goes "hog" wild about a new business venture and Gregg shows off another famous location in cinema history.

Tim and Gregg give a five-bag summer blockbuster recap and discuss whether or not John Goodman is a true "man of the blues."

Gregg and Tim are back for Season 5 of On Cinema! Film lovers, get your buckets of popcorn ready for July 2nd on AdultSwim.com!

In the season four finale, Tim and Gregg review the new Muppet film, talk about Joe Estevez's book, and debut a brand-new segment called "Tim's Mailbag."

Tim and Gregg put an end to the TV vs. film debate and play a high-stakes game of "Stump the Buff."

A new film enters the time travel movie pantheon, plus an exclusive sneak peek at Tim's forthcoming movie.

Tim is back in the hosting seat with a bag full of flax seeds to manage his new medical diagnosis.

Gregg keeps the host seat warm with Tim away, and wastes no time delving into refined foreign film criticism with a very esteemed guest.

A little medical fraud and seriously infected face sores can't stop Tim from doing what he loves best: reviewing the hottest movies.

This week, Tim discusses alternative blood clot treatments, 'That Awkward Moment', and 'Labor Day'.

Tim invites his acupuncturist on the show to tackle an updated monster classic and the problems with Western medicine.

Tim's latest medical ailment can't stop him from discussing this week's hottest flicks and which two Hollywood stars he thinks should get together.

Tim and Gregg review the unofficial sequel to 'Zero Dark Thirty' and the unofficial remake of Al Pacino's 'S1m0ne.'

'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' leads to an unprecedented popcorn bag rating and 'A Madea Christmas' is like 'A Christmas Carol' but for black people. Plus: Tim and Gregg exchange gifts!

A simple deportation and a new Vin Diesel movie: all's right with the world!

Gregg throws a VHS-shaped wrench into Tim and Ayaka's relationship after he wonders who took his VHS copy of 'Airheads'.

The first episode since Gregg Turkington's dismissal marks a real turning point in Tim's life -- for the better!

An argument over the setting of a Star Trek film means Tim and Gregg may have to cancel their 4:45 PM reservations at Carrabba's.

Tim doesn't need to see "Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters" and "Elysium" to know they are five baggers.

The Oscars may have to make a new category for 'The Smurfs 2' while '300: Rise of an Empire' sparks a debate over the importance of having characters who died in the first movie return for the sequel.

An incredibly long runtime doesn't hurt the brilliant "The Wolverine" and actor Joe Estevez comes by to discuss "Blue Jasmine" and the legacy of Woody Allen.

The childlike wonder of 'Turbo' is as entertaining as it is confusing, and 'Red 2' lives up to the high mark set by its predecessor.

The gang is back together with big gross-out laughs in 'Grown Ups 2', and 'Pacific Rim' is one Tom Cruise short of a perfect rating.

Johnny Depp uses classic movie misdirection in 'The Lone Ranger' and Al Pacino puts in the finest performance of his career in 'Despicable Me 2' as Tim acclimates to his painful post-surgery life.

From the archives: A healthier Tim discusses his predictions for the future of cinema with guest Gregg Turkington.

Explore new worlds this weekend in Tom Cruise's new film 'Oblivion' or snack on some eye candy in 'Scary Movie 5' -- or just reflect on life with Tim, because time is so valuable.

This week On Cinema reviews the latest releases by Soderbergh and Spielberg, including 'Jurassic Park 3D', where Tim shows his staunch devotion to the third dimension.

Again with Bruce Willis! Again with The Rock! Again with Channing Tatum! Throw in the real Tyler Perry and Jimmy McNichol and you've got a star-studded episode of On Cinema At The Cinema.

Tim is excited to see how cavemen lived, and film expert Gregg Turkington answers questions for charity in a brand-new segment.

No spoilers on this week's episode, but you will not believe the ending of the remake of 'Carrie'. And Popcorn Classics returns with not one but two classic video recommendations, because Tim and Gregg can't quite agree.

Despite the lack of Munchkins, Tim and Gregg feel pretty good about 'Oz the Great and Powerful'. This episode also introduces a provocative new political segment by Tim.

Laughter -- or maybe surgery -- is the best medicine on this week's On Cinema. Tim and Gregg discuss '21 and Over' and 'Jack the Giant Slayer', plus another Billy Crystal-themed popcorn classic.

TIm and Gregg explore the drug underworld in 'Snitch', discuss 'Dark Skies', and unveil a new segment featuring a special interview with actor Joe Estevez.

The popcorn - and the fists - come out as Tim and Gregg attempt to review 'A Good Day to Die Hard' and 'Escape from Planet Earth'.

Tim and Gregg kick off the second season of On Cinema at the Cinema with reviews of 'Side Effects', 'Identity Thief', and a surprising medical announcement about Tim's brain.

Relive the six (or five) "bags of popcorn" moments of the first season of On Cinema at the Cinema, the best movie review podweb show on the Internet!

See what Tim and Gregg think of the Oscar-nominated movies, and what were the biggest 2013 snubs.

Tim and Gregg discuss a family-friendly film, a not-so-family-friendly film, and disagree to disagree on their picks for the best film of 2012.

Tim is happy to see Tom Cruise back in the spotlight, but a classic VHS debate sparks the Wrath of Gregg.

Tim and Gregg are both impressed by 'Zero Dark Thirty,' but can't exactly agree on whether to make a trip to the cinema for 3D films. Parking is expensive.

Tim and Gregg finally get to let their Hobbit Freak Flags fly as they chat about the adventures of Bilbo and the gang. Also, Les Miserables is a movie with music in it.

Playing For Keeps scores a gooooooaaal with Tim and Gregg, while Bill Murray should be elected President of Comedy, but not for playing FDR. Also Gregg takes us out to another famous Tinseltown location.

Tim and Gregg are both excited to discuss 'The Frozen Ground' and 'Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning', but Tim sort of has a lot on his plate right now.

Tim and Gregg review 'Red Dawn' and 'Life of Pi,' which is maybe the weirdest movie ever made. And 'Twilight' fans are in for a treat, because Gregg has brought in his copy of the original 'Twilight' series!

It's chick flick week as Tim and Gregg review vampire movie 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2' and Russian movie 'Anna Karenina,' plus Gregg debuts an educational new segment.

This week on On Cinema, Tim Heidecker and special guest Gregg Turkington give out some popcorns to 'Skyfall' and 'Lincoln', and Gregg has finally found another working copy of Murphy's Romance.

This week, Tim and Gregg review instant classics 'The Man With the Iron Fists' and 'Flight' and actual classic 'Multiplicity.'

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