You get the gist!
When we recorded this week’s podcast, Avengers: Infinity War was right on the horizon (by the time I got around to posting this, it’s been out for several days) – so we spend some more time talking about that and some other movie news…namely, the Venom trailer that recently dropped. Additionally, Rocky goes over his recent trip to Walt Disney World and we talk a little bit more theme park news.
Sorry about the delay in posting this past week’s podcast – the only excuse is that there has been quite a lot of wrestling occupying time and causing the lateness of the post. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Anyhoo, getting into this episode – it’s another week of Rocky shitting on the newest Avengers: Infinity War trailers, while Rick and Chris just call him a curmudgeon and the such. We also get into a review of last year’s Power Rangers flick (which Rick finally watched) and [as has become almost commonplace on this podcast] discuss the Fast and Furious franchise for the millionth time. Lastly, we somehow divert into talking about the various weapons that can be used against vampires and werewolves (can we be more random?)
Check it out and enjoy.
Ok, full disclosure: the first 18 minutes or so of this podcast is actually about Justice League and the DC Cinematic Universe – but fuck all that, the real star of this episode is: Black Panther; additionally, it’s a damn miracle that all three of us actually saw the flick in a timely manner and can actually discuss it on the podcast after it’s release (SPOILER WARNING, btw).
Enjoy…oh, and share us with your friends – we’ll love you for it. Bye.
We kick off this episode with Rick taking shots at the cinematic splendor that is The Fate of the Furious, then get into more trailer-talk starting off with the newly released Ant-Man and Wasp being the main thing we go over; this quickly segues into a conversation of Oscar nominees and then we get into a whole thing about how Rocky isn’t really caring much about Avengers: Infinity War (and we all know, that can’t stand).
Anyhoodles, enjoy this week’s episode of the podcast. Ciao!
Hey there, folks! Your boys are back and this time, we have a guest sitting in with us to do the pod – our friend James. He gets to join us in further dissecting the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, now that we have the news of the Fox Studios acquisition and what that could mean for the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises. We also get into explaining the appeal of the Room and the genesis of The Disaster Artist.
Check it out and enjoy.
So since it’s been a hot minute since we last graced your podcast app of choice and there has been a lot going down in the world of movie geekdom, we spend a healthy amount of time this week discussing a lot of the [mainly] comic book movies and trailers that we’ve experienced – also, speculation on the future movies abounds.