On our latest episode, it's the 30th anniversary of BTAS: Batman the Animated Series. Launched in 1992, if ever there was a groundbreaker and a superfan maker, this TV show was it. Join us as we discuss the show's origin, deep dive into our favorite episodes, and pay tribute to the creatives who made BTAS happen.
Join us on this week's episode as we pay tribute to one of our most beloved art heroes, comic artist George Pérez!
To bring in the New Year, we review 2021's biggest box office hit — 'Spider-Man: No Way Home.'
For our last episode of 2021, we discussed holiday movies. Films like A Christmas Story, Jingle All the Way, Home Alone and all those awful Lifetime and Hallmark movies (sorry). We also get into some sorta holiday movies like Trading Places, Krampus, and of course, Die Hard.
What are some of your favorite films set around the holidays?
After reviewing "Dirty Harry," we discussed the rise of rogue cop character in cinema. From The French Connection, Beverly Hills Cop and Cobra, to Hot Fuzz, The Other Guys and The Heat, today's episode is a sprawling exanimation of how the rogue cop character's image has changed over the decades.
The 1971 action-crime classic "Dirty Harry" turns 50 this year. Today's episode is a playback review of the movie that introduced pop culture to San Francisco's favorite rogue cop, Harry Callahan.
We love games on this podcast and today, we play a new one: "If You Could ... and Why." Yes, it involves nerdy subject matter, yes, your answers mean everything, and yeah, we had a blast playing it.
On this one, we play back the 1995 action neo-western "Desperado," starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, and Steve Buscemi. Plenty of bodies, bullets, guitar playing, and cool guys walking away from explosions. Está bien!