#157 – Captain Noah
 

#157 – Captain Noah

B-SIDES

 
#156 – Oldboy (2013)
 

#156 – Oldboy (2013)

B-SIDES

 
#155 – The Hate Boner Rises
 

#155 – The Hate Boner Rises

THIS WEEK IN ENTERTAINMENT

 
#157 – Captain Noah 

#157 – Captain Noah

I’m going to tell you a story; one my Father told me and one that I now tell you. In the beginning…there was Noah…   Captain Noah, he’s a hero gonna bring the rule of man to zero gonna help him put asunder bad guys who like to loot and plunder “By the creator’s powers […]

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#156 – Oldboy (2013) 

#156 – Oldboy (2013)

In the world of Remakes, few stand out as being superior to the original. For every remake like The Fly or The Thing, you get crap like Lost in Space or Roland Emmerich’s Godzilla. For a remake to truly excel, it needs to go in a completely different direction from its predecessor and take some […]

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#155 – The Hate Boner Rises 

#155 – The Hate Boner Rises

“…he’s not a hero; he’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector…a Dark Knight”. Ordinarily, when I hear those words, I think of the Batman…but after recent events I feel I must add someone else to that list; a person of strong moral conviction, who’s not afraid to stand up in the face of injustice and […]

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#154 – Last Waffle House on the Left 

#154 – Last Waffle House on the Left

The podcast you are about to hear is an account of the tragedy which befell a group of five youths, in particular David Snider and his invalid friend, Ryan Caldwell. It is all the more tragic that they were young. But, had they lived very, very long lives, they could not have expected nor would […]

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#153 – Wookie Dick 

#153 – Wookie Dick

It’s a rare and life changing moment when you meet one of your heroes, especially if you’re a nerd and said hero is from Star Wars. Our own Ryan Caldwell had the pleasure of meeting one of these individuals while on his most recent adventure in Filmmaking. And while truth be told, the “hero” in […]

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#152 – RoboCop (2014) 

#152 – RoboCop (2014)

“Why is America so Robo-phobic?!” This is exactly the question I’ve been asking myself since the release of Jose Padilha’s remake of RoboCop. Let’s get something straight here people; a remake is a different take on a familiar story. Good remakes, like The Fly or The Thing, take an idea we’ve all seen before and […]

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#151 – That Yellow Bastard 

#151 – That Yellow Bastard

Greetings from Carcosa!!! In our lush, swamp filled landscape you’ll find all the amenities needed for a great vacation away from normalcy. We’ve got it all! Terrifying voodoo-tree sculptures! Dark, endless labyrinths! And a home that was rejected from the television show Hoarders for being deemed too grotesque and fear inducing! Plan your getaway today […]

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#150 – The Taxman Cometh 

#150 – The Taxman Cometh

Ah, the Oscars; a time when Hollywood comes out to honor its best with golden statues and over the top dance numbers. A time honored tradition of exciting victories, memorable upsets and – oh, screw that shit, have you guy’s seen the latest episode of True Detective yet? How about dem trailers for Godzilla and […]

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RoboCop (Remastered) 

RoboCop (Remastered)

“Bitches leave.”   THE FILM – 10/10 Before sitting down to do this review, I decided to ask my Mom what she thought of her two sons watching this ultra-violent sci-fi action film when we were but mere youngsters. I posed to her a simple question, “What was the one thing that you objected to […]

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#149 – Heisenberg or Eisenberg? 

#149 – Heisenberg or Eisenberg?

Let’s get one thing straight people, before you go grabbing your pitchforks and running to the message boards, remember this, ANYONE CAN BE BALD!!! If you are a human being you have the capacity to be bald. With that being said, we’ll debate whether or not Jesse Eisenberg was a good choice to play Lex […]

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