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36 minutes | Dec 10, 2021
Episode 60: The Consistent Spider-Man & Hawkeye
Today we are getting into the television series Hawkeye on Disney+ as well some personal concerns of next week's Spider-Man No Way Home. It's going to be a multiversal ride, and if we are honoring some villains of the past, why not all of the villains of the past?
33 minutes | Dec 3, 2021
Episode 59: RE:DREAM
I'm only here to brag today about the most beautiful Emulator for a video game console I've ever used. It's called REDREAM. And it perfectly allows its users to go back to the early 2000's and play all the classics of the sixth generation of home console gaming that current generations owes it's very existence too. Games using cel-shading? Dreamcast. Built-in modem for online gaming? Dreamcast. Internet Browser? Dreamcast. Perfect arcade ports? Dreamcast. Let's take a little dive...
27 minutes | Nov 27, 2021
Episode 58: AFTERLIFE
In a spoiler-free review, we get into what makes Ghostbusters Afterlife such a successful and heartfelt entry, observe the history of a Ghostbusters 3, and what it personally meant to me from a variety of perspectives.
39 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
Podcast 57: ETERNALS/SPIDER-MAN/DCEU
Marvel Studio's Eternals is the center of this episode. A spoil-free review reveals just how bold director Chloe Zhao and her cast go in this latest MCU theatrical film that, after Black Widow and Shang-Chi, truly show that not only is the MCU back in theaters, but they're back for good. We also discuss the latest Spider-Man No Way Home trailer that reveals five-sixths of a possible Sinister Six, and Batman taking the DCEU back to awesome heights.
43 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Podcast 056--WANDAVISION: The Whole Thing
So, WandaVision signals the beginning of the long-anticipated Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring the two beautiful weirdos who encompass the MCU's most endearing love story: Wanda Maximoff, and The Vision. It's complexity, staggering suspense, revelatory content, and comedic homage to generations of television sitcoms easily form the most unique series on Disney+. Now that all nine episodes have been released...hear are my thoughts.
43 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Podcast 055--Disney Investor Day
Investor Day at Disney has been incredible for fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars. The success of the Mandalorean is in full effect as the Ashoka spin-off has been announced, as well as official announcements for shows starring Lando Calrissean, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Cassian Andor, and more. On the MCU front, Ant-Man 3, Amor Wars, Secret Invasion, the FANTASTIC FOUR, and more have been officially announced. All the while, WB and HBO are scheming themselves...
26 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Podcast 054--Geek Thanksgiving 2020
This is a pretty unstructured episode, but being that it's around Thanksgiving, I wanted to talk randomly on the things and people I'm grateful for in my life. I mean...that's really it.
26 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
Podcast 053--DC Fandome 2020
It's not everything it's cracked up to be, this year. Both good and bad. But I'm definitely getting a feeling that DC is stepping up, or rather about to step up. Fandome was a fun and impressive reveal party of films, games, and series about to wreck the world in the next couple of years.
55 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Podcast 052--Briar Harvey, The Coffee Table: KIDS
Today we have guest Briar Harvey, co-host of Latchkey Movies podcast, that focuses on adults rating, reviewing, and critiquing children's movies. We have a great discussion about so-called kids' films, parental supervision as film lovers who have kids, and touchy topics such as the American ratings system, queer content, representation in media, and why context matters.
29 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Podcast 051--Troy Mangram: The Snyder Cut Part 2
Okay, we are immediately back with an episode 51 for all you dorks out there foaming at the mouth for the #HBOMax release of Zack Snyder's Justice League, the long-rumored, long-awaited "truer" iteration of 2017's failed Avenger's rival. Troy joins me to pick up where we left off and see where the individual heroes, the most iconic, quintessential superheroes of all time, are going from here.
44 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Podcast 50--Troy Mangram: THE SNYDER CUT
Thank you, true believers, for holding on. We are rocking episode 50 with a very special guest, California's very own Troy Mangram, the biggest #batman fan I've ever had the pleasure of calling a brother. With deep insight, we are discussing the recent announcement of Zack Snyder's Justice League--why it's quite likely different than #TheSnyderCut--and what the future holds for the DCEU.
24 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
Podcast 49 Special--Gundam Month II
In the second Gundam Month 2020 episode, I'm going to take you on a deep dive into my favorite anime of ALL time...GUNDAM WING. You've heard me rant and rave about it in the past, and now I get to celebrate it's 25th anniversary. Let's dig deep into why I love this epic space opera/sci-fi/war drama/mecha anime.
32 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
Podcast 049: Final Fantasy VII Remake--Quarantine Collection
The fourth chapter of the Q Collection invigorates a gamer's spirit with a special selection of games that have been helping me get through this COVID lockdown: firstly we discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake, the action-RPG that fans have been having for since the days of PlayStation 2. We compare it to the 1997 original, the differences, and what lies ahead for the futuristic epic. Also included: Gravity Rush, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Devil May Cry 5, and Resident Evil 2 (remake).
29 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
Podcast 48: Birds of Prey--Quarantine Collection
Welcome to part three of the Q Collection! Today I'm reviewing Birds of Prey, which has become available earlier than expected as a result of theaters closing down during the COVID Crisis. Interesting how this shutdown has really forced the entertainment industry to rethink how to provide their services for faithful customers, and DC's early digital release of Birds of Prey is an example of this. The film itself is....well, let's just talk about it.
34 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Podcast 47 Special: Gundam Month I
April 7th, 1979--today, 41 years ago--the greatest anime franchise of all began. They call it the "Star Trek of Japan" now, but back then, it was just one series: Mobile Suit GUNDAM. It's my favorite anime and I believe it is the most impactful. Today is its birthday and, along with the Quarantine Collection, we are going to celebrate this fantastic anime. Suit up.
32 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Podcast 47: Quarantine Snacks--Quarantine Collection
FOOD. What is about food that transcends every sociological, psychological, geographical barrier between so many different kinds of people? Even during the COVID-19 Crisis, we have prioritized our personal collecting of junk food: QUARANTINE SNACKS. In the spirit of getting our heart attacks underway I wanted to share my personal relationship with food and it correlation to my video game nerdiness. Do you also have video game snacks?
37 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
Podcast 46: The New Cinema--Quarantine Collection
2020 is slaying. In the absolute worst way. And now that we are in quarantine...I present a special series of uplifting episodes amidst the chaos in the world. This is the Quarantine Collection. How is the outbreak affecting my beloved movie industry? Theaters? Streaming services? Let's talk about it...PLUS!! Sonic the Movie was dope, and I'm starting a #MCU movie marathon! Keep up fam.
36 minutes | Jan 28, 2020
Podcast 045: Sonic the Hedgehog
Listen, I still don't know why they're making a live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie. Especially after all this time. But hey, I guess if you gotta do something, it might as well be decent, and the studio seems to have put in a lot of much-appreciated patience into this passion project. But, not every video game movie adaptation is a winner. In fact, most of them are most certainly not. So the real question is--especially now--why even make this movie?
45 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Podcast 44: I'M BACK!
*SEASON 3 ALERT* 2019 left a lot to be desired, and a lot to be spoken of for years to come. Events in video gaming, cinema, comic books and more have reached major heights last year. What better way to look toward the future than to begin to glance at, and honor, yesteryear before advancing? Let's talk about last year shortly. The future looks bright, folks.
50 minutes | Dec 14, 2019
Podcast 43: Joker
It can't be said enough that this year's Joker, directed by The Hangover's Todd Phillips, is a top contender for film of the year. And, considering superhero buffs got their first look at Captain Marvel in her solo debut, their FIFTH look at Tom Holland's Spider-Man in Far From Home, and the ultimate final page to the Infinity Saga of the MCU with Avengers: Engame....all in the same year...THAT'S SAYING SOMETHING.
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