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Spider-Man 2

This week on the podcast Arune and I are continuing our foray into the world of Spider-Man cinema with what many believe to be the best entry so far; Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 from 2004. How well does a 14-year-old superhero movie hold up by today’s standards? We get into it!



This week on the podcast Arune and I are going back in time, taking a close look at the movie that arguably made superhero and comic properties box office gems; Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. But before we got into that, we talked about the absurd situation between Max Pacioretty and the Montreal Canadiens.


Jay Zito and the XXX Industry

This week on the podcast I had Jay Zito on, who is a producer and director in the adult entertainment industry. He shed some light on what goes on behind the scenes, and told me how he became a Leafs fan while growing up in Montreal.


Man of Steel

If you know Arune, you know he loves Superman, but he doesn’t love Man of Steel. Why is that? It probably comes down to the fundamental flaw that continues to plague the DCEU, as we go through the movie and break down what we do and don’t like.


Fate of the Furious

Arune and I circle back and finish off our series on the Fast and Furious franchise by tearing into what we agreed was the worst entry in the franchise; Fate of the Furious. Listen in as we attempt to break down what went wrong here and why it could be a harbinger of the end of a good thing if the creators don't learn from their mistakes.


Black Panther

Skype tried to keep us down, disconnecting us five times during the course of recording this podcast, but we muscled through and Arune and I finally broken down the 2018 sensation that was Black Panther.



The OGs of EOTP get together for nearly two hours of meandering hockey talk, drawing parallels between DeMar DeRozan and P.K. Subban, and looking at what the Habs have coming to them in the next few years. It's Andrew Berkshire, and it's Marc Dumont, and you're gonna have fun listening.


Wonder Woman

Finally... the podcast... HAS COME BACK... to your podcast apps! After months and months off as I was adjusting to this whole having a child thing, I'm back to making the podcast with a new energy. Arune is back with me and we're starting off where we left off, we're breaking down Wonder Woman.


Iron Man 2 & 3

After a several month delay due to the birth of my son combined with taking on extra writing work this year, the podcast is finally back as Arune Singh joins me to finish off the Iron Man franchise in a double episode. Originally we had planned on doing individual episodes for each Iron Man film, but when we recorded Iron Man 2 and the audio got wrecked the first time, we figured it might be easier to combine them. These are two of the weakest movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but...


Iron Man and Race/Gender Swapping in Comics

Today on the podcast Arune Singh joins me again to begin our trek through the Iron Man franchise in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. How well does a superhero movie from 2008 hold up in 2017? Where did they go right and wrong? How did Marvel turn a B-level hero into the launchpad of the biggest film franchise in history not named Star Wars? The themes of the movie also led us into a talk about race and how representation in comics is a constant struggle, and why it's important.


Conor McKenna and Game of Thrones Season 7

Today on the podcast Conor McKenna came over to talk about the latest season of Game of Thrones, delving into the differences between the show and the books, the changes we've seen in the show's evolution, and what to expect going forward.


Fast Five

This week on the podcast Arune Singh and I are continuing our trip through the Fast and Furious franchise with Fast Five, arguably the peak of the series. The Rock joins the cast as every movie brings it's best characters into a team up heist film that leaves no ridiculous stunt undone. Buckle in and listen as we talk about what we like and don't like about this movie.


The Perception of P.K. Subban and Fast and Furious 1 & 2

On the podcast this week Arune Singh is back on with me to talk about the first two movies in the Fast and Furious franchise, but before we got into that we needed to talk about P.K. Subban, his personal success, and the perception of him around the NHL. With the hockey stuff out of the way, we got into two movies from the early 2000's that frankly, aren't very good, but spawned a powerhouse franchise. What about them was so special that people were compelled to keep coming back?


Garret Hohl and Analytics

This week on the podcast I'm joined by the managing editor of and the CTO of Hockey Data Inc.; Garret Hohl. Garret is a big proponent of hockey analytics, as am I, although he works more with public data whereas I work with Sportlogiq, a private company that uses proprietary data. We tackle the public understanding of statistics, how great Patrick Laine can be, the pros and cons of binning, and the need for some to throw out analytics whenever they don't perfectly mesh...


Captain America

Arune Singh is back on the podcast this week to talk about the Captain America trilogy, going through The First Avenger, Winter Soldier, and Civil War point by point with some sprinkling in of other films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Giant Sized X-Men Podcast

On today's podcast Arune Singh and I are taking a deep dive on the X-Men cinematic universe. We start from where our perspectives come from, the definitive run of X-Men comics from Chris Claremont, and the early 1990's X-Men Cartoon with the greatest intro of any cartoon ever. After establishing our perspectives, we go into detail on why we're so critical of the original X-Men trilogy, despite it being a trailblazer for the medium, and our problems with the newer trilogy and how it failed...


Episode 9 - Eric Engels

On today's podcast Sportsnet's Eric Engels joins the show to talk about the Montreal Canadiens post trade deadline and coaching change. For a good portion of the podcast Eric and I discuss Max Pacioretty's evolution as a hockey player and a leader, and what that means for the Canadiens going forward. We also talk about why the Habs' powerplay still looks awful, why Alexei Emelin keeps getting chances to play, whether Charles Hudon will get the chance he's earned, and why Eric is wrong...


Trade Deadline, P.K. Subban, and John Wick 2

Arune Singh joins me once again, and originally we were going to talk about Fox's X-Men movies this week, but since Logan came out and I haven't seen it yet, we felt it wouldn't be right to do it without being completist. I did however, see John Wick 2, so that's the topic for this week's podcast. Before we got int that though, we had to touch on the firing of Michel Therrien and hiring of Claude Julien, the trade deadline, and the return of P.K. Subban to the Bell Centre. After a few...


Episode 7 - Conor McKenna and Game of Thrones

It's Ice Level reunion number two on the podcast this week, as I welcome Conor McKenna onto the new show. Conor and I start by discussing the Habs recent struggles, from injuries to offseason preparation, and what we think this season will ultimately be. Is Phillip Danault a fit for the top-six of the future for the Canadiens? Did they do enough in the offseason to insulate themselves from injury? Conor and I get into it. After that, we move on to what everyone expected; Game of Thrones...


John Wick

Arune Singh joins the podcast again for a bit of a spin off episode where we talk about one of the best action movies to come out over the last several years: John Wick.