[ep.66] It’s been a big news week with all this Kevin Hart Oscars drama, and the Grammys/Golden Globes nominations announcements. We also touch on the new Super Smash Bros Ultimate for Nintendo Switch, and introduce a new music segment highlighting small independent artists like The Hugeness, Mosie, EARTHGANG, Title Fight, and Marc Rebillet. Plus, our … Continue reading "THE FAVOURITE, Small Artist Spotlight, Grammys & Golden Globes Nominations"
[ep.65] The Coen Brothers make their streaming debut with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs on Netflix, and we’re here to talk in-depth about it. We also touch on their 90s classic The Big Lebowski, Outlaw King (also on Netflix), and The Fly (1986). Plus, thoughts on the passing of SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg, Forever on Prime Video, Jeopardy, and … Continue reading "THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS, OUTLAW KING, THE BIG LEBOWSKI"
[ep.64] Our resident Rocky guest, Harry Sayer, returns to review Creed II with us. We touch on that new The Lion King trailer, some Black Friday Blu-Ray buys, and new music from Anderson .Paak. Plus, thoughts on Forever on Prime Video and Adam Sandler 100% Fresh on Netflix. WBAM! E-mail us: email@example.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and … Continue reading "CREED II, Adam Sandler, Anderson .Paak (w/ Harry Sayer)"
[ep.63] This week on the show, we review Steve McQueen’s big ensemble heist film, Widows. We also give thoughts on Stan Lee’s passing, musician Marc Rebillet, our first looks at Toy Story 4 and Detective Pickachu, and the Criterion Channel. Plus, takes on Overlord, The Good Place, and Homecoming on Amazon Prime Video. WBAM! E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading "WIDOWS, OVERLORD, HOMECOMING, THE GOOD PLACE"
[ep.62] Horrible human Bryan Singer's Queen/Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is here. But is it a horrible film? Find out in this episode, plus thoughts on The Good Place, Sam Esmail's Homecoming on Prime, and The Spirit of Christmas and Christian Mingle on Netflix. WBAM!
[ep.61] We give our souls to the dance as we venture into the madness of Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria. We talk new music from Vince Staples, Foxing, and Pinegrove. Plus, thoughts on The Deuce, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Big Mouth, Red Dead Redemption II, and more. WBAM! E-mail us: email@example.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Subscribe on iTunes and leave … Continue reading "SUSPIRIA, RED DEAD REDEMPTION II, Pinegrove, BIG MOUTH"
[ep.61] We give our souls to the dance as we venture into the madness of Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria. We talk new music from Vince Staples, Foxing, and Pinegrove. Plus, thoughts on The Deuce, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Big Mouth, Red Dead Redemption II, and more. WBAM!
[ep.60] Our now world-renown Recast segment returns with the classic cartoon, SpongeBob SquarePants. We also assemble our dream post-2000 Saturday Night Live cast, and talk spoilers for Spider-Man on PS4. Plus, thoughts on mid90s, Universal Halloween Horror Nights, the end of FilmStruck, and more. WBAM!
[ep.59] Ray Rodriguez triumphantly returns to the show after 40 years of poor quality sequels to talk Halloween, the direct follow-up to 1978's Halloween. Plus, thoughts on Venom, Better Call Saul, Big Mouth, Goosebumps 2, Minding The Gap, and The Devil's Backbone. WBAM!
[ep.58] Recent Oscar winner Damien Chazelle's Neil Armstrong biopic, First Man, is here. But is it out of this world? Find out on this week's episode, including thoughts on The Good Place S3, Maniac, Bad Times at the El Royale, and Halloween II. Plus, new music from Young the Giant, and Twenty One Pilots. WBAM!
[ep.57] This week, we discuss the potential phenomena of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's A Star Is Born. We also touch on two classics: Die Hard and the original Halloween. Plus, thoughts on Maniac on Netflix and new music from Brockhampton and Coheed and Cambria. WBAM!
[ep.56] This week, we talk the Season 3 premiere of NBC's The Good Place and revisit 2015's Whiplash from Damien Chazelle. Plus, we discuss the latest Fox/X-Men news and review Panos Cosmatos' Mandy, starring Nicolas Cage. WBAM!
[ep.55] Harry Sayer returns to help us cover three TV shows: BoJack Horseman Season 5, American Vandal Season 2, and Succession on HBO. Plus, thoughts on Noname's new album Room 25, the Emmys, and more. WBAM!
[ep.54] This week, we review Shane Black's The Predator, remember the late Mac Miller, and give thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's deal with Nike. Plus, thoughts on 1998's Rounders, seeing Fall Out Boy live, and the season 8 premiere of American Horror Story. We also touch on the future of DC movies, and more. WBAM! *Apologies for the low audio quality on this episode. We'll be back in shape next week!*
[ep.53] It's a packed episode this week! We revisit 2008's The Dark Knight for its tenth anniversary with a recast segment. We also get into the newest Spider-Man video game on PlayStation 4. Plus, catching up on TV: Better Call Saul, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Succession, Hard Knocks, and The Shop on HBO. Finally, revisiting a couple other films: Stepbrothers and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. WBAM!
[ep.52] This week, we review Aneesh Chaganty's debut, Searching, starring John Cho. We also get into Preacher, Sharp Objects, Magic For Humans, and Iron Man's 10th Anniversary. Plus, thoughts on some upcoming awards buzz releases, and that Ethan Hawke interview making the rounds. WBAM!
[ep.51] It is our one-year anniversary of the podcast! Join us as we review Crazy Rich Asians, and discuss Ariana Grande's Sweetener, The Internet's Hive Mind, American Animals, and 2001: A Space Odyssey in IMAX. Plus, our Summer Movie Wrap-Up, and more. WBAM!
[ep.50] Ernest and Hunter review the latest Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman, and revisit Alex Garland's Annihilation (watch out for spoilers!). Plus, thoughts on Alpha, Succession on HBO, and more. WBAM!
[ep.49] Ernest, Hunter, and Drew talk Disney's Christopher Robin, Succession and Hard Knocks on HBO, and the Oscars' proposed Popular Film category. Plus, new music from Travis Scott, and our Criterion Collection segment 'Crackin' Crite' returns with thoughts on Bottle Rocket, Midnight Cowboy, and Linklater's The Before Trilogy. WBAM!
[ep.48] Ernest and Drew are joined by Camila, Ernest's sister, to discuss Bo Burnham's new (and first) film, Eighth Grade. Drew recaps his recent trip to New York, and Camila recommends some podcasts she's been listening to. They also talk about Orange Is The New Black, Girls, High Maintenance, 10 Things I Hate About You, Animals., and more. WBAM!