Cameron comes on the podcast to talk all about the video games from 1998, widely considered one of the best years in history for video games. Which ones have the hosts played? How spoiled are they for living through this great year? Come for the nostalgia, stay for the nostalgia!
Scott comes on this week to talk a bevy of Marvel and DC news, as well as reviewing the streaming app DC Universe. Find out if it’s worth your time and money here! The guys also talk about the Captain Marvel trailer, as well as the newly announced Marvel TV shows on the Disney streaming app starring Loki and Scarlet Witch.
Thanks to listener Griffin for the suggestion to use Apples to Apples to come up with Simpsons subjects for the Simpsons Quote Time game! Scott and Andrew reach back into their brains to come up with quotes from topics like the Renaissance, outlet malls, fly fishing, and more.
We have a huge show this week! Courtenay is here to discuss two Netflix properties for review, first is Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, and the second is season 2 of American Vandal! What movie is Sierra Burgess a spiritual successor to? Is season 2 of American Vandal as captivating as the first? Will Andrew gush on and on about one of the properties? Yes! Which one? You guess!
The two then chat about Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck’s departures from the DCEU and what it means for the future of that franchise. This leads them to this week’s game, DREAMCAST where they get to cast the Justice League with whomever they want from actors from previous comic book movies! Which Daredevil star gets the Super treatment? Which voice actor from Teen Titans Go! To The Movies gets to be the big bad? Which actor with a super minor role in the Dark Knight trilogy gets to be Green Arrow? Find out this week!
Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes stops by to talk about Matt Groenig’s new show on Netflix Disenchantment. Is it any good? We’ll tell you all about it this week. We also get into the Oscar’s new Popular Film category. Will it do more harm than good for the Academy? Join us this week!
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This week Courtenay from Pop Culture Footnotes joins Andrew to talk about Set It Up on Netflix and the future/rebirth of the romantic comedy. Is Set It Up any good? Why is it so popular? They also talk about the Wreck It Ralph 2 teaser from this week, and the news/speculation of Idris Elba playing the new James Bond. Come along with us this week and hear a tired man spout every Rom Com reference he knows!
Double Review! Double Review! It’s time for a double review week! Scott and Andrew review the (oddly punctuated) Mission: Impossible-Fallout and Teen Titans Go! To The Movies this week! Andrew, fresh from his crisis during Skyscraper, discusses the fun he had this week at the movies. We also get Scott’s opinion on the Titans trailer from Comic Con and the DC Streaming App as a whole. Come along for some fun!
Scott is here to talk all about Skyscraper and if it is any good. Andrew is also there, but he is having quite the crisis over the movie and movies in general due to his experience in the theater. Come for the jokes, stay for the existential crises about how to “correctly” watch films!
The guys also play Remake once again, but this time putting the Rock in the starring role. How is Mamma Mia different with the Rock as a former wrestler? How is the Sound of Music different with the Rock as a former Navy SEAL? How could we possibly have the Rock star in Casablanca? Tune in to find out.
Andrew is going to be live tweeting the Mission: Impossible franchise in the lead up to Mission: Impossible: Fallout (I think that’s how it’s punctuated). Monday night will be MI:2 and Thursday night will be MI:3.