This week the masked man of mystery, El Goro from the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, drops in from the top rope to be our guest as we talk about Amazon announcing a Lord Of The Rings TV series, Star Wars blurting out about yet another trilogy of films before the current trilogy is finished, if and when to separate art from the artist in a time when it is getting harder to do so, a dicussion about fandom, appreciation, and how easy it is to love something so much that you can ruin it for others (trust me, the Feature Presentation segment is great but hard to describe in so few words), and to celebrate Thanksgiving, I ask El Goro some trivia questions involving planes, trains, and automobiles.
This week we talk about one of the biggest Marvel writers signing with DC, Disney thinking about buying Fox, and Disney trying to punish a news outlet for doing their job (basically we are just conflicted about Disney), we give a mini review of Thor: Ragnarok, we talk about Stranger Things 2 and whether it was a 10 or 11, and we find out if Steve can correctly identify real fake monsters.
This week the new Predator film gets a motion poster (aka video), Rob Zombie can't leave well enough alone, pirates are killing Ash, and guest James doesn't get his head snipped off while helping finish our look at underated horror sequels with The Exorcist III: Legion, and we have a monster mash bash to determine who the top monster is.
This week Star Wars picks the most obvious name for their new film, Neilsen thinks they know Netflix's streaming numbers but not really, the writer of Se7en has been tapped for the remake of Lone Wolf and Cub, we continue our spoOOooOoOoky October of underated horror sequels with specical guest Kevin of the Strange Highways podcast as we dig into the very, very, different Halloween III: The Season of the Witch, and we attempt to make some unconventional sequals to some romantic comedies.
This week we talk about the new Star Porgs trailer, Blade Runner 2049 not performing as well as people hoped, the Halloween sequel ignorning the rest of the sequels, Steve King stops by with some really good tasting chili as we continue our look at underated horror sequels with the truly bizarre Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, and we round things out with a game of 'Would Your Rather?'
This week the Belcher family is going to Hollywood, Valve dumps a lot of shovelware, Stranger Things gets a surprise free (and suprisingly good looking) mobile game, we kick off our spooky month of underated horror sequels by looking at 1988's Return of the Living Dead Part II, and we try and find out what will be the hot new candy this Halloween.
This week we wonder if James Cameron can go back in time and save the Terminator franchise, wonder why one video game compay is calling out another video game company for making a game similar to the one they copied from yet another video game company, the 100 'hardest' boss fights, we take a look back at the aftermath of the video game market crash of 1983 and how that shaped the landscape of gaming going forward, and we line up some shots as we go over the rules for the Invasion Of The Podcast's Drinking Game™.
This week we talk about JJ Lensflare directing Star Wars IX, IT making a lot of money for an R-Rated Horror film and Paul's spoiler free take on the film (news runs till about 45 minutes in, just a heads up), we talk about Netflix and Marvel's series The Defenders and if it was worth 5 seasons of TV to get through for this street level hero team up, and then we ask a Magic 8-Ball questions about the future of pop-culture.
This week we mourn the passing of Spider-Man, do not mourn the removal of Mutt Williams from Indy 5, talk about yet another Star Wars film losing its director, discuss whether or not the Marvel comics event series Secret Empire was successful, and in honor of the year the IT mini-series came out, we run the box office barometer for 1990.
This week we say goodbye to another horror icon, we appreciate Terry Pratchett's final wish, the business of clowing is not booming, we discuss the nature of identifying with/personalizing with video game characters, and we celebrate National Dog Day (late) with our top 10 Good Dogs and Bad Dogs. ...also, we pull additional raffle tickets to find out who are the future owners of cool prizes.