"It Comes At Night," "The Mummy," "Shadow of a Doubt" by Grierson & Leitch published on 2017-06-12T18:04:45Z Listeners of the Grierson & Leitch podcast are often a little bummed out that Tim and Will don't disagree that often, which makes sense, considering they've known each other since they were in middle school. But we've got some real disagreement this week. Grierson is a big fan of Trey Edward Schults' "It Comes At Night." Leitch is quite a bit less so. They dig into that this week, as well as their shared tendency to want to lightly, very carefully defend Tom Cruise's "The Mummy," which is not good, but is not as defiantly bad as some have argued. Then, in their Reboot segment, they discuss their third Alfred Hitchcock movie. This week, it's 1943's "Shadow of a Doubt," a film that Hitchcock believed was his best. Grierson is not so sure. Timestamps: 4:30 "It Comes At Night" 22:35 "The Mummy" 38:55 "Shadow of a Doubt" We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or email@example.com. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Opening Song: "Night Fever," The Bee Gees Closing Song: "We Only Come Out at Night," Smashing Pumpkins Cameo appearance from William Leitch and Wynn Leitch.