Comedian Phil Johnson joins us for Episode 37 to discuss life as a touring musician, song writer, and pirate podcaster. Kate & Patrick bond with him over mutual Disney love, ghosts, and whale blubber.
Episode VIII's new title is at the forefront of everyone's lips, but the trio also discusses a new Avengers video game, additions to the cast of Hamilton, Woody Harrelson's introduction to the Star Wars universe, and Bad Lip Reading's "Inauguration Day" video.
PLUS: We create alternative titles for Episode VIII and hypothetical plot lines.
PLUS PLUS: We're entered into a podcast tournament sponsored by Blazing Caribou Studios!
We're in survival mode for Episode 36 with our special guest Couch Potato Mike. Mike is a co-host on the Survival Punk Podcast & brings with him a font of knowledge on Power Rangers, Tetris, and zombie defense techniques (hint: they involve fireworks).
Super hero costumes are being auctioned off, Bryan Cranston debuts as Zordon, and Hugh Jackman brandishes his claws in a new, NSFW Logan trailer. With the release of several new Nintendo Switch titles, Patrick takes a crack at explaining their premises and characters. With a game like "The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+," you can imagine where this conversation went.
PLUS: Is Pierce Brosnan going to play Cable in Deadpool 2?
PLUS PLUS: Closing thoughts on Sherlock Season 4.
YouTuber, musician, and podcast host Mr. Gaming Guitarist joins us for Episode 35, which is jam packed full of movie news clips. Pirates of the Caribbean 5 updates, casting news for Murder on the Orient Express, Holmes & Watson, and Black Panther, and a brief review of Kubo & The Two Strings are inside this lovely podcast package.
PLUS: Mark Hamill reads Trump tweets as The Joker.
PLUS PLUS: Amazon Go stores amaze and astound while Nintendo prepares to launch the Switch.
Sequels, prequels, and threequels are the talk of the town during Episode 34 with special guest Alex Sergeant, film fanatic and Freudian specialist. We're diving deep into the id, ego and superego to discuss Sigmund Freud stand-up material, gourmet food on iPads, and the tantalizing use of "Hufflepuff" in a sentence.
But the main topic today is sequels: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Hear what the trio had to say on Iron Man 3, The Empire Strikes Back, The Godfather Part 2, Batman Returns, and more of your favorite #2's.
PLUS: Alex gets us giggling with the real definitions of "fanny pack" and "bullocks."
PLUS PLUS: Moana turns out to be a great running playlist for the gym.
It's a new year & a new episode, so what better way to kick things off than a podcast starting with 30 minutes of death talk? Patrick stumbles upon a website that predicts the 50 celebrities most likely to kick the bucket within the next year.
Then, our duo shifts to a review of the major cinematic offerings of 2016, highlighting "Deadpool," "Zootopia," "Captain America," "Rogue One," and more.
PLUS: Kate wastes WAY too much time looking ahead to films coming out in 2017. Everyone is bored.
PLUS PLUS: Pokemon, Carrie Fisher, Beauty and the Beast and more!
We'rrrrrrrrrrre ba-aaaaack! After an 8 week hiatus, we've ripped off the band aid and finally produced a new episode, chock full of holiday fun, movie news, and gifts galore! Tune in to hear about Rogue 1, Flip or Flop, Doctor Strange, Assassin's Creed, and much, much more!
PLUS: Hear the unedited audio of the Tom Cruise helmed "The Mummy" trailer and try not to laugh.
PLUS PLUS: A version of "Silent Night" by Chewbacca.
If you had to pick between eating roadkill for the rest of your life OR listening to everyone speak with Gilbert Gottfried's voice, which one would you choose? We'll answer important questions like this one in Episode 31, which features two very special theatrical guests.
David Mitchell & Chris Bucci are here to discuss their roles in Neil Simon's "Fools," which is currently playing at All An Act Theatre through the end of November. We'll learn what it's like to stage a comedy, what All An Act has in store for the rest of the season, and we'll stumble upon the enormous library of sound effects that Chris can produce.
We'll also have a little fun with our guests, playing a few rounds of "Would You Rather?" You won't find these important questions on any other podcast:
1.) Would you rather be itchy for the rest of your life? Or sticky?
2.) Would you rather lose your elbow joint? Or your knee joint?
3.) How many Weight Watchers points are in a squirrel?
We're fresh from the premiere of Dan Brown's "Inferno" and we've got the scoop on what worked, what failed, and how Tom Hanks fared in his third quest as Professor Robert Langdon.
First things first: we'll touch on some news clips regarding Deadpool losing a director, Apple ditching USB ports, David S. Pumpkins, and the casting of young Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo spin-off movie.
Inferno builds up a ridiculous amount of suspense amidst gorgeous locales and entertaining performances, but it loses its steam in the last act of the film. Felicity Jones pairs up very well with Hanks, and she is a standout. Unfortunately, the failings of the book were comparable to the movie, and you'll leave with many more questions than answers.
Overall Grade: 85% (Patrick) and 90% (Kate)