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Stream Police Podcast



Overdue Review’s Stream Police Podcast is a bi-weekly show that takes a look at the shows, movies and records you should be streaming. Clint Davis tells you what to add to your queue and which titles are soon to disappear — and coming soon — to Netflix. Andy Sedlak profiles the best music performances on television, as well as the records you should be checking out on Spotify.

Click links below to listen to each show or visit our Soundcloud page to download each episode and subscribe.

Music heard in the show:

“Faster Does It”, “Nile’s Blues”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); “Lowrider,” “Poker” by Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Email topics and questions to: theclintdavis@gmail.com (movies & TV) or sedlakjournal@gmail.com (music).

Episode 14: October 26, 2015


Review of Guillermo Del Toro’s Crimson Peak

Best horror films now streaming on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu

Thoughts on American Horror Story: Hotel, Quantico and other new shows

What music would Marty McFly and Doc Brown listen to?


Episode 13: October 12, 2015


Clint’s picks for beloved movies he doesn’t enjoy

Andy runs down the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot and who he’d vote in

Reviews of The Martin and Black Mass

PBS’ 4-hour documentary on Walt Disney

Will Smith returns to his Fresh Prince roots

Episode 12: September 28, 2015


2015 Emmy Award recap: Second-guessing the show’s history

A look at fall shows so far

Keith Richards’ Crosseyed Heart

Kim Moore’s Wild Ones

Episode 11: September 14, 2015


Fall 2015 TV preview: 10 shows that look promising

MTV Video Music Awards recap

Remembering Wes Craven

Episode 10: August 31, 2015


Olive Kitteridge and the 7 best miniseries now streaming

Unkind TV portrayals of radio DJs

Bob Johnston obit

Luke Bryan’s “dopey” appeal

Episode 9: August 17, 2015


Jon Stewart’s final Daily Show

True Detective season two finishes strong

Four great documentaries on Netflix

Unpopular opinions on popular bands

Dr. Dre’s Compton, reviewed

Episode 8: August 3, 2015


HBO’s Veep = TV’s funniest ensemble

How female journalists continue to be misrepresented in TV and movies

Chris Brown’s life is in conflict with his music

Leon Redbone takes listeners back to the prohibition era

Episode 7: July 20, 2015


Trainwreck needed more Amy Schumer, less Judd Apatow

The one thing every award show can learn from the ESPYs

Defending Ariana Grande

2015 Emmy nominations reactions

Episode 6: July 6, 2015


True Detective season two is off to a sluggish start

NBC cancels one of TV’s best shows

Spy is a star vehicle that manages to bring a completely original lead character to the big screen

Kacey Musgraves copies self on first single of new record but avoids the sophomore slump

Steven Tyler goes country

Episode 5: June 21, 2015


Orange is the New Black’s strengths include a great cast, but not a lead

The best opening credits sequences in recent TV history

Donald Trump becomes the latest Republican to misuse a rock anthem

Eminem proves sequels are sometimes better than the original

Jurassic World was the scariest horror movie in years

Episode 4: June 8, 2015


Netflix orders fifth season of Arrested Development

NBC’s Heroes and other series reboots that nobody wanted

Is Inside Out a return to classic Pixar form?

Previews: Jurassic World; Me and Earl and the Dying Girl; Dope

The Rolling Stones still put on a hell of show

Iggy Azalea feels she “deserves a break,” cancels tour

Episode 3: May 25, 2015


Mad Max: Fury Road – Believe the hype

American Idol is ending, should have been put down years ago (Fox)

Taylor Swift is on the verge of becoming unrelatable

The Last Man on Earth might be the best half-hour on television

NBC’s Hannibal is disgustingly great TV

Billboard Music Awards were arguably better than the Grammys

How Mad Men arose from the dust of The Sopranos (AMC)

Episode 2: May 10, 2015


Mini-review: The Avengers: Age of Ultron

Gotham wraps season one in grim fashion – no spoilers! (Fox)

Cinco de Mayo: Must-see movies set in Mexico

How Netflix can make the Full House reboot worthwhile

Rock docs: HBO’s Kurt Cobain flick and capturing the Stones in Crossfire Hurricane

American Crime is heavy and could launch some acting careers (ABC)

Episode 1: April 26, 2015


Bruce Jenner / Diane Sawyer interview – a milestone for TV? (ABC)

Justified series finale – spoiler free! (FX)

Secrets & Lies is just kinda “dumb” (ABC)

Penny Dreadful season two kicks off – it’s sexy, scary and gothic (Showtime)

Meghan Trainor surprises us with her “teeth”

David Letterman’s last episodes a dream for music fans