On this week's show, Dan and Zach look into the first episode of the "new" sitcom The Conners, before diving into some recent TV news surrounding Shameless and Sesame Street. In the second half of the show, they take an in-depth look at the successes and differences of the first two seasons of Netflix's American Vandal.
In this episode of Post Credits, Andrew Claudio and Julian Cardillo review the most recent comic book movie released, 'Venom' starring Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed. Then, they discuss what the announcement of James Gunn taking over Suicide Squad means for the DC Cinematic Universe.
In this episode, Dan and Zach start out discussing Marvel's TV Universe before discussing the recent trailer for "House of Cards" and how TV shows deal with character deaths. Then they do a deep dive into the most recent season of Netflix's Big Mouth.
In this episode, Dan and Zach talk about a historic proposal on Jeopardy, the concept of politics as theater/entertainment and gush over Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars and the Good Place return. They firmly believe everyone should learn philosophy from a TV show. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/gothamsn VIVID SEATS: Go to the App Store or Google Play and download the Vivid Seats app. Enter promo code GOTHAM to receive 10% off orders of 4 or more tickets as a new customer of Vivid Seats.
In this episode of Post Credits (SMALL SCREEN), GothamSN's Dan Rozel and Zach Marlin review the most recent episode of 'Better Call Saul' and sing the praises of Michael Mando for his portrayal as "Nacho" this season. They, they discuss the latest TV news including a 'Roseanne' revival, Emmy Rossum's departure from 'Shameless" and Netflix's new show 'Disenchantment".
In this episode of Post Credits, GothamSN cinephiles Andrew Claudio and Bryan Wojtanik are back to review what films they've seen recently. First, Andrew gives his review of the sensation "Crazy Rich Asians" and answers whether he's allowed to think it's "not that good" without being called racist. Then, the guys dive in to the movie "Searching" (SPOILERS) and discuss an film experience that is sure to be towards the top of their 2018 Best lists at the end of the year.
In this episode of Post Credits, Andrew Claudio and Bryan Wojtanik review the sequel to the 2015 sequel to the original late 90's trilogy, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The description to the episode makes as much sense as the movie. Hold on to you butts.
In this episode of Post Credits, we have come to the conclusion of season 2 of Westworld and Dan Rozel, James Duffy and jesse Finver's brains are broken by this show. They all have very little idea of what happened in that extremely volatile finale. Have you ever seen such splendor??
In this episode of Post Credits, following the release of The Incredibles 2, Pixar now has 20 feature films in it's canon. As a result, Andrew Claudio and Bryan Wojtanik list all 20 in order of most the least favorite and discuss in detail their top 10 Pixar films.
In this episode of Post Credits, Andrew Claudio and Bryan Wojtanik give their reviews of Incredibles 2, the latest addition to the Pixar universe and the sequel to the 2004 film, The Incredibles. This film is directed once again by Brad Bird and stars Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener, Sarah Vowell, Huck Milner and Eli Fucile.
In this episode of Post Credits, Andrew Claudio and Bryan Wojtanik review the film "Tag." This is the feature film debut from director Jeff Tomsic and stars Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, Hannibal Burress, Jake Johnson, Jeremy Renner, Isla Fisher, Rashida Jones, Leslie Bibb and Annabelle Wallis. Amazingly enough, this is also based on a true story.
In this episode of Post Credits, Dan Rozel and James Duffy cover the denouement of Season 2 of Westworld. Who is dead? Who is a host? What is in the Valley Beyond? Is this show even good anymore? Will the finale answer all these questions? Speculation runs rampant but excitement is high for the end of the season.