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.
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.
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.
This episode we talk about the finales for the third seasons of Fargo and Better Call Saul, the rejected Red Son pitch, oodles of Spider-Man and Venom news, all the dark whispers about the Han Solo movie, an icky snake story, a review of the female wrestling show Glow, and a story about the time Hunter faced off against Jack Nicholson.
Biggs watches new episodes of Orange is the New Black and several standup specials. How do you get Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money going? Merchandising! The directors of the Han Solo spin off drop out. Daniel Day Lewis retires from acting. Howard Hughes was really nuts. Did Gal Gadot get ripped off for Wonder Woman? Star Trek Discovery gets a date(?) And Brandon recounts the time Hunter got a ticket to the Rumble in the Jungle and instead chased Nazis and Pigmies.
We give tribute to the late, great Adam West. Black Panther drops a trailer. More thoughts on the wonderful Wonder Woman. A review on The Hand Maid's Tale. We ponder the upcoming Hellboy and Duck Tales reboots. And we finish with a story about how Hunter S. Thompson once burned down a yacht.
Jeremiah Perez sits in tonight. We discuss Game of Thrones prequel news. More on Star Trek. Tales From the Crypt gets the boot. Further thoughts on Alien Covenant and whether it's in the same universe as Blade Runner. Bob and Doug McKenzie reunite. Stan Lee's discarded cameos. And a spoiler free review of Wonder Woman.