We've been away for a while, mainly due to illness, but we've returned to finally review "Aquaman". We also talk for a bit about films and television that we loved and hated last year. We also discuss films and television that we are looking forward to viewing and reviewing this year.
Merry Christmas, true believers! On this episode we watched three of the worst Christmas specials ever so that you don't have to. We recommend one of them, though, for the sheer unintentional laugh-factor it produces. 'Cause after all, you need some Christmas cheer.
On this episode we review the newest Spiderman iteration: "Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse". We also discuss the PS4 Spiderman game and why it might be the best game in years. It also brought a tear to Richard's eye.
On this special episode we discuss 10 of our favorite unsung horror classics for your Halloween viewing pleasure. Each of us have five and we count them down in no particular order. Also, the Retro-Pilot of the Week is the 90's version of "Dark Shadows". Blecch.
We went to see Venom with Tom Hardy, and even though it denies the existence of Spider-Man, we still managed to sit through it and give our surprising spoiler-free review. This week we watched the retro pilot of "Precinct 2040" and provide our summation of it's mid-90's-procedural-cop-drama-in-space goodness.
We have a lively discussion about Hulu's "Castle Rock", one from a viewer's perspective and one from a reader's perspective (Roger's read all the books). Movie of the week: "Battle Beyond the Stars" or as we like to call it: "John Boy plays at Luke Skywalker"
We just finished binge-ing "Jack Ryan" on Amazon and wow did we love it. We give a full spoiler-free review and encourage you to SEE IT! Also, we review Movie of the Week: "Dominion: The Last Star Warrior". Get your eagle feathers ready!
In this episode we talk about what might be the causes of toxic fandom and how we can combat this horrible plague. While we're at it, we also discuss a new segment "Retro Pilot Review" by reviewing a retro pilot: "Cop Rock".
Oh my goodness, we just sat through "Omega Doom" with Rutger Hauer, a post-apocalyptic robot film where every movement has foley of power drills being revved up. At least there was lots of footage of bald eagles for some reason.
We discuss all the interesting things that came out of the San Diego Comic Con (i.e. trailers and announcements), give a brief review of Hulu's "Castle Rock" and then discuss the movie of the week: "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter".