Join Nathan, Daniel, Amanda and the Intern for Trailer Park Podcast 89! The Marvel machine marches onward as Thor presents the 3rd installment in his personal trilogy. Ragnarok in Norse Mythology signifies the end of a cycle, an Armageddon or Revelations of sorts where Thor dies fighting and defeating his greatest enemy but let's face it, Infinity War awaits and it's not likely that Hemsworth will get rubbed out this early. Speaking of rubbing one out, the writer/director of the now Gyllenhaal classic film Nightcrawler returns with Denzel Washington in Roman J. Israel, esquire about an activist lawyer tired of doing the impossible for the ungrateful. The fulcrum of episode 89 is The Killing of a Sacred Deer and Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell appear to be getting better with age in this ominous and creepy film. The 4th entry in the 89 lineup is the winner of the 2017 Palme D'or at Cannes and is called The Square. The quoting persuasion suggests it is not your normal Palme D'or winner and looks to be mocking the pretentious art world which is perfect because the Intern won't even realize it's making fun of him. Finally, we check out Suburbicon and although the trailer is presenting itself as a comedy it is not being classified as one which means they are lying to us and something is wrong. Stick around for the Burden List and the Intern Archive Update.