On this episode of Video Home Show we discuss Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The not movie, the tv show. The quasi-American martial arts sci-fi kids show that has the behind-the-scenes drama necessary for a tv movie.
On this Episode of Video Home Show we discuss the MTV show, Daria. More accurately we discuss the state of media today and back then and we got from there to here as well as how to correctly balance drama in a comedic show.
On this episode of Video Home Show we discuss The Mummy. Apparently the reason why Brendar Fraiser is famous... though we think he could probably have done better... or did we... I suppose you'd need to listen to the podcast to know the answer to this.
On this episode of Video Home Show we discuss Yu Gi Oh: Duel Monsters which is great and terribly dubbed. We discuss how this massive break out hit of show managed to make loads of money but still bankrupted 4Kids.
On this episode of Video Home Show we have a guest, a certified expert on CardCaptors, Max Reid. Talking about the action packed pokemon-esque adventures of cardcaptor Sakura, or the calm slice-of-life day to day of high school girl Sakura, depending on your language.
On this week's show Hugh and Kieran discuss a nightmare involving Tim Allen and sadness. More like Jungle Too Jungle if you ask me. Help I'm trapped in a podcast episode summary writing factory. If you don't hear from me again avenge my death by dealing with Tim Allen
On today's episode we discuss something much bigger, way more popular and with a huge generational cult following than we usually do on this show, Saved By The Bell. There was so much to uncover here it was insane, but bear with us and we can totally get through this together, always we will be, friends forever.
After years in production hell Space Jam 2 became the monsterous Looney Tunes Back in Action... we laughed, we cried, we complained about the meta humor. Joined by very special guest Sean ([@DeathcampSean]) who I hear has mad twitter game.
On today's episode Hugh and Kieran are joined by esteemed guest Mike Hynd, who actually watched this show and remembers it better than us. We talk about Medabots a Japanese cartoon from the same era as Digimon and Yu-gi-oh about friends in the 22nd century fighting each other's tiny death machines.
On today's episode of the cast we take a break from enjoying nostalgia and take a trip to the terrible world that is 2015. We watch Jem. A film which can be best described as the cash grabbing scheme of a drunk Hasbro executive who's not exactly sure what a Jem is.
On today's episode of Video Home Show we talk Extreme Dinosaurs the spiritual successor to Street Sharks and also just a total rip off of teenage mutant ninja turtles. Four dinosaur men do things but at the same time why was there a complex backstory with blue transdimensional war criminals.
Kaboom! On today's podsplosion Hugh and Kieran discuss the reboot of the Powerpuff Girls and other planned or existing of children's television such as Teen Titan's Go, the Rocko's Modern Life TV movie and Ben 10.
On today's episode of Video Home Show we talk Mighty Ducks 2, or D2, or Mighty Ducks, it's confusing. Emilio Estevez goes through the same journey he did in the last movie but now Iceland is evil at the corporate junior olympics. Also Kenan Thompson is there
Kaboom! Hugh was in Edinburgh in front of Kieran and instead of being productive we recorded a game of the Pokemon Trading card game in two parts! We don't have a field recorder for our Pokemon Go adventures