It's the summer of Todd! The guys start with a review of Iron Fist (3:15) and Todd's Netflix habits. Then, it's time for Force Watch. Breakdown and analysis of Petey Wheatstraw: the Devil's Son in Law (26:00), remembering the great Rudy Ray Moore, and a brief history of Blaxploitation cinema. Subscribe on iTunes and Google Play.
Allen was a movie watching boss last weekend and tells us about the three flicks he saw at the cineplex. Then we get geared up for the summer movie season by breaking down new trailers for a few blockbusters and a couple indies. And we wrap things up with our all-time favorite memories of Wrestlemania. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
The guys say goodbye to Bill Paxton by remembering his greatest roles. Keanu would make another Matrix? Scott reveals an amazing pattern he discovered while watching horrible John Cusack VOD movies. A good old-fashioned round of Force Watch! And finally, a disturbing snack that could be the breakout cereal of the future. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
The guys start this massive show with some fun facts about themselves. Allen maintains his 90's dance purity, Todd steers clear of fishy snacks, and Scott may just be the most dangerous man on future-Earth. Then somebody has some explaining to do re: last week's Jack Nicholson special. (9:10) -- When the guys share their most controversial sports opinions, Allen says Michael Jordan isn't even in the TOP 5 of all-time best NBA players. (13:30) -- Worst experiences in a movie theater. (27:40) -- Tough Love for Ben Affleck. (42:25) -- Avengers Infinity War and Guardians of the Galaxy 2 developments! (53:54) -- And they wrap it all up with an in-depth breakdown of the infamous 1987 flick Silent Night, Deadly Night 2. (1:00:40) Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
The guys have done their homework and turn in a detailed examination of the 90's classic, The Professional. But first, is M. Night back?? Allen saw Shyamalan's new film Split and fills us in. Plus, a ton of superhero movie news and rumors including Hellboy 3, Logan, Suicide Squad and more. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
The guys open up with a Kentuckian set to conquer the music world, Batman, Bond, and the Curse of Oak Island. Then, Hollywood takes a beating during a recap of the Golden Globes, that Meryl Streep speech, and the President-Elect responding like a tool bag. Who won last week's contest? And finally, fond memories of the Royal Rumble. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
The guys recap their trip to Paducah and the Rivers Edge International Film Festival. Food, movies, pod, and weirdos! Also in this episode: Chappelle on SNL (2:45) -- Is Trump's presidency a pro wrestling gimmick? (5:16) -- A Dr. Strange review (25:00) -- Marvel news (41:20) -- And a harrowing mystery as Todd vanishes in the middle of the show!
Allen talks about his weekend and asks the guys to name their favorite live event. After some retro wrestling talk, Allen gives his thoughts on The Magnificent Seven. Then, who are the most famous Kentuckians of all time? And can any other state compete with our best?? We say NAY.
Todd is on the lam this week, so you're stuck with Allen and Scott. Allen opens the show with a Burt Reynolds story, then how old is Toni Basil, Walt Disney had some big brass ones, a marathon edit session on the newest WSF short film, and they wrap it all up with a Fall TV preview and some thoughts on Stranger Things. Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
- The guys talk about their weekends and Scott uncharacteristically dishes up his personal life (3:40)
- Allen sings the praises of Jeff Bridges' Hell or High Water (10:30)
- Remembering the transcendent talent of Gene Wilder (16:40)
- DC takes their beating (31:10)
- Marvel gets a wake-up call (1:02:50)