We're back from hiatus with our first all-review episode of 2017! Ariel breaks down what went wrong with Netflix's Iron Fist, Cyrus ponders the future of the comic book industry, and Keyshawn grapples with having to raise children in a world with multiple Hulk actors. All that plus reviews of John Wick: Chapter 2, Logan, Legion, Ghost in the Shell, Voltron: Legendary Defender and the trailers for Thor: Ragnarok, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Atomic Blonde.
The guys hold a live, fantasy snake draft in a competition to craft the greatest rock supergroups that never were.
Riad and Cyrus breakdown the greatest rally in Super Bowl history.
The boys do a deep and thorough review of HBO's deep and thorough original series hit, Westworld.
Riad stops in to preview the 2017 NFL playoffs, then Keyshawn and Cyrus go over the bright spots in the year of hell that was 2016.
In this episode ... what almost HAS to be the most comprehensive review of Rogue One in the galaxy.
In this episode, the guys discuss the cargo cult of Bill O'Brien, review Doctor Strange, X-Men: Apocalypse, Arrival, Supergirl, Luke Cage and The Peripheral, preview Ghost in the Shell, Power Rangers, Pacific Rim 2 and Rogue One, and try to figure out why Hollywood can't make a good movie based on a video game.
Fall television season is here and the guys review the premiere episodes of Luke Cage, Westworld, The Flash, and Arrow. Then Keyshawn runs through his comic book picks from Marvel and DC's 2016 offerings.
We talk up our favorite football movies before reviewing the opening weekend of college football and previewing the coming NFL season.
Aug 29th, 2016 by fullofsoundandfury
In this episode: we review (sort of) the trailers for The Darkness and Guardians, examine what went wrong with Suicide Squad and NBC's coverage of the Rio Olympic games, make some September "showhole" recommendations, and talk Dungeons & Dragons tie-ins. In our Versus segment, Game of Thrones Season 6 goes head to head against Stranger Things for "Show of the Summer" supremacy. And finally, in our brand new Good Shit My Dad Hates segment, Keyshawn's father reviews (sort of) Hulu's 11/22/63.