This week Ready Player One put out a new poster that aims for nostalgia but misses the mark, Kung Fury is getting a full length sequel and a Magneto, another well established actor has signed on to play the Joker, we take a look at who Black Panther is as we get ready for his standalone film, and Steve challenges Paul to a game of Jeopardy involving comic book films.
This week young Solo has a long way to golo, we hope Terry Crews is playing Terry Crews in Deadpool 2, Netflix suprised the world with a new Cloverfiled film, we talk about the disgusting amount of fun we had with Ash Vs. Evil Dead Season 2 and what it means for something to feel like 'Evil Dead', and we try to figure out which pop culture characters are looking for love this Valetine's Day.
This week we talk about fun leaving town, Capcom paying a lot of real money for proof of fake animals, Mel Gibson is making a sequel to The Passion of The Christ, we take a look back at the first big comics event series from Marvel and DC and how they shaped their approach to story telling, and Steve quizes Paul on his random comic book knowledge.
This week we wonder if we would survive a 24 hour Groundhog Day marathon, talk about the Oscar and Razzie nominations, Superman finding his underwear, and we take a look at Godzilla and part one of his new anime film trilogy, Planet of Monsters, and discuss how he still has a place in our world while destroying it, and Steve tries to figure what songs the Floppotron is playing.
This week after a 35 year ban on theaters, Saudia Arabia pick a crappy first film to watch, a man angry at/scared by women makes an unwatchable cut of The Last Jedi, North Carolina's new state bird is a pterosaurs, we dicuss the Hulu documentary 'Too Funny To Fail: The Life & Death of The Dana Carvey Show' and the 8 episodes of the series itself and how its failure 22 years ago is still affecting comedy today, and we announce that 2018 is the Year of the Knockoff and take a look at a successful film, 1982's Conan The Barbarian, and its lesser competitor, 1982's Ator, The Fighting Eagle.
This week Steve got to see a sexy fish man, Paul was harassed by real people wanting not real things in a video game, some films are becoming TV series, turkeys are taking over a part of Cleveland, we talk about the Netflix series The Toys The Made Us and how the often accidental decisions of grown ups shaped our childhoods and what we love, and we bust out the Nacho Hat to determine which toy rules them all.
This week Marvel lets you make comics with some very specific guidelines, Gillian Anderson says that season 11 of X-Files will be her last, we talk sports (briefly, and not what you think), we welcome friend of the show, Jeff, back on as we dig into the divisive nature of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi and talk about what fans want versus what they get, and we make some predictions about 2018.
This week we break away from the usual format to do a wrap up show for Invasion's Year Of The Western (Actually it was just under 3 months, but don't tell anyone). Friend of the show, Kevin from the Strange Highways Podcast, comes on to discuss the list of westerns he suggested at the start of 2017 for Paul to watch and how they can vary in tone, quality, and direction. So put on your 10 gallon hat and take a ride into a genre that's a lot more flexible than you might think.
This week we talk about putting the R in Star Trek, the WB walking back their DC Cinematic Universe talk, the Ready Player One trailer and how it makes Paul's soul bleed,(news runs till about 1 hour in... we love our news!) we then look forward to Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi and our new hopes for it while reflecting on how we feel about The Force Awakens two years later, and then Steve challenges Paul to some very trivial trivia about Star Wars.
This week Steve talks about his goings on at the Gengis Con while Paul went through a gambit of weird movies over the holiday weekend, the Infinity War trailer dropped and it makes us want more, MST3K gets a second sason on Netflix, Steve's favorite Christmas film is coming back to theaters soon, we compare and contrast DC's Justice League film to its animated counter part (starts at the 40 minute mark and ends at 1:30, we had a lot to say), and we play a Black Friday edition of Best Gift, Worst Gift, Re-Gift.