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Episode #9 - Incredibles 2

Two After the Credits episodes in one day?! That's right, boys and girls. When the world needs them, YumChunks is there- this time to discuss the return of Disney Pixar's favorite super-hero family. Suit up as The YumChunks argue over the clarity of age and gender in Bao, grieve over the void of good original Netflix movies, and think way too hard about the validity of Incredibles 2 as a representation of our inability to emotionally evolve as an audience due to the insistence of...


Episode #8 - E3 2018

Gaming's latest mega-show extravaganza has come and gone and we're still recovering. Ryan, Chris, and Sean got a chance to attend this year's E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. And none of them were kicked out! To celebrate, they decided to dish on all the demos, trailers, news, and reveals for a special episode of After the Credits. Matt joins them to discuss everything from VR to waiting in line, Smash Brothers to Spiderman, as well as the state of the industry and the role of E3...


Episode #7 - God of War

Forsaken by the YumChunks, Chris and Sean embark on an epic cast spanning the nine realms. Journey with them as they delve into Santa Monica Studio's most recent scion in the titanic franchise. Will they survive the perils of the first video game podcast for After the Credits? Join them as they indulge in their most anticiapted games for 2018, ruminate on the previous entries in the long running series, and determine if the newer, more personal, less rage-filled God of War is truly worthy...


Episode #6 - Solo: A Star Wars Story

Never has their been a more wretched cast of scum and villainy. YumChunks takes on Disney's latest spin-off film in the Star Wars franchise. Listen in as the most dangerous crew in the galaxy discusses some of their most anticipated film and television due out in 2018, the existence of droid free will, Taco Bell's nacho fries, and the presence of fan service in Solo: A Star Wars Story. We have a bad feeling about this...


Episode #5 - Deadpool 2

The merc with the mouth is back, and so is YumChunks! And we have mouths too! Hear the sounds that come from them this episode as we talk about Weird Al's Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, our emotional capabilities, and whether we think Deadpool 2 is able to juggle action, comedy, and self-aware story telling in the age of blockbuster comic book adaptations. Maximum effort!


Episode #4 - A Series of Unfortunate Events

Look away, look away (listen away?), you will find only unhappiness and tragedy here. In this unfortunate episode, the guys talk about Matt's sway on Broadway, some more recommendations, and the uniqueness of Netflix's Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events and why it seems to captivate and entertain a wide audience on multiple levels.


Episode #3 - Avengers: Infinity War

After years building to an unprecedented filmic feat, Marvel Studios releases Avengers: Infinity War. An endless all-star cast, the pinnacle of digital effects, a story ten years in the making- only the YumChunks crew can handle this titan. Tune in as the guys discuss local theatre of the Shrek variety, some films to avoid at all costs, and whether Marvel's cinematic behemoth is worthy of the hype.


Episode #2 - A Quiet Place

The guys gather round and speak as softly as they can to discuss Vince's Hawaiian holiday, some quality Netflix TV, and the horror-thriller A Quiet Place. Can they surivive in this brutal world of podcasting where one mistake could be your last? You'll just have to listen to find out. (No, the answer is no, they can't.)


Episode #1 - Ready Player One

The YumChunks crew is back! After a very long hiatus of family, work, adventures, and soup, the guys regroup to talk about the new film from Steven Spielberg, Ready Player One, based on the hit book by Ernest Cline. Despite the break, YumChunks jumps right into their likes, dislikes, and pointless ramblings about film and pop-culture. It's great to be back!