August 16, 2017


Brent Beardslee joins us to talk about the Charlottesville attack and everything around it. Then we clumsily try to cleanse the pallet by reviewing Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, The Batman and Harley Quinn, and the DCEU's upcoming slate of movies.

August 9, 2017

Of Freddys and Jasons

We pay tribute to Godzilla, Freddy, Jason, Ash, Pinhead...and the weird dude from Phantasm. The Karate Kid and David Letterman get shows. Disney breaks up with Netflix. The Dark Tower gets reviewed. And someone stole a whole lot of data from HBO.

August 2, 2017

Better than meh

Biggs reviews Dunkirk, Atomic Blonde, and Room 104. Then we walk through the new season of The Ranch, recap episodes of Rick and Morty as well as Game of Thrones. And we talk about what Star Trek Discovery almost was, as well as the hate surrounding it. Finally, a dash of Hunter Thompson.

July 26, 2017

An Easter egg at the stacks

We review The Big Sick, and talk about Nielson ratings starting to make more sense. Then we jump into all of the big news for comic con. Finally, we close out recapping the latest GOT episode.

July 18, 2017

The North remembers

We celebrate the careers of Martin Landau and George Romero. Then we review the spectacular films Baby Driver and War of the Planet of the Apes. Matt Reeves begins The Batman screenplay again. Kermit the Frog gets canned. HST turns eighty. Game of Thrones premiers plus more tangents than you can shake a stick at.

July 12, 2017

Yachtmo be there

Brandon returns and Janalee Minton sits in. We review of Despicable Me 3, and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Sly teases Creed 2. James Bond will return in Daniel Craig form. We also talk up Flash Dance, Big Trouble in Little China, yacht rock, and a little Hunter.

July 4, 2017

A mosaic of human bodies

Karl Borneman sits in tonight. We talk about Batman taking a more noire approach. The new Luc Besson pic will have a scene tacked onto the beginning of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Rick and Morty are gearing up for a new season. And Bryan Fuller's work on Hannibal and American Gods is examined.