This week we discuss how an alternate universe where everyone is trying to kill one another is not as disturbing as a universe with a male chauvinist Commissioner Gordon. Gotham by Gaslight and Flashpoint Paradox. Music by Glenn White
Batman Year One, more like Jim Gordon’s year of kicking butt. Also we talk about the odd relationship between Lex Luther and a clone. Music by Glenn White.
We are watching DC animated movies this month, and much to our surprise, there is continuity. maybe we should not have started towards the end. Also we discuss the true horror of the universe... Carnival Sushi. Music by Glenn White.
Our trip down nostalgic pilots lane comes to an end with The A-Team and Airwolf. we also chat about moviepass, World of Warcraft.... and not much else. music by Glenn White.
This week it is the adventures of hypoglycemic Flash and Frak frakkity frak-fraking soliders fighting robot hot people. It's The Flash (1990) and Battlestar Galactica (2003) Music by Glen White
Our journey through Genre pilots continues with a detour into Mortal Kombat Conquest, hitching a ride with KITT into Knight Rider, and skipping 20 minutes into the future with Max Headroom. Music by Glenn White
This month we are going through pilots of genre shows and see if it's obvious they will be a hit or forgotten. This week is Thunder in Paradise (1993) and Street Hawk (1985) Music by Glenn White
We'll be honest, there is not much to talk about in these movies. But we do talk about the end of the Overwatch League Season, so that is something. Music by Glenn White.
War. War never changes. or does it? we go from epic battles in the streets to war surgeons in the sheets in under 100 years. It's MASH and Gangs of New York. Oh, and a lot of Overwatch League chat. We can't help it, Philly keeps rocking. Music by Glenn White
It's time for some 70's gritty action with the original IDGAF cop, Dirty Harry, and the revenge seeking father in Death Wish. fun fact: that movie has nothing to do with coffee. Music by Glenn White
This week it is conspiracies all around in San Fran the the 1974 Classic, The Conversation, and the 1997 film The Game. Music by Glenn White, who we apologize to. We know nothing of how insturments work
Miike May in June ends with another look at the seedy side of Tokyo, Ley Lines, and the brutal artistic remake of the 60's Classic, Hara-Kari. Music by Glenn White
Episode 150! We look at Miike's earliest theatrical releases, Shinjuku Triad Society and Rainy Dog. How Rainy dog has not been remade, i will never know. music by Glenn White
This week for Miike May in June, we take a look at colonizing mars, with giant sentient cockroaches, and a combination Saw, Battle Royale, Cube, Toys hybrid movie, As the Gods Will. Music by Glenn White
This week we continue with Takashi Miike films, the bizzare trip through the after life that is IZO and the children's movie about murdering cute things, The Great Yokai War. but really, this is about the greatest character ever in a movie, Wall. We also talk E3. Music by Glenn White
it's Miike May... In June! we talk about what we are looking forward to in E3, the manga turned film Crows Zero and the Mack the Knife massacre that is Lesson of the Evil. Music by Glenn White.
This week we take a look at the Micheal Mann condensed TV series into a movie, Heat, and the 1968 satire that always feels too real, Dr. Strangelove. Music By Glenn White
This week, Manny discovers Direct to video films, we get bored by giant robots fighting, and Nicholas Cage has a couple of weird nights. it's Robot Wars and Bringing out the Dead
Music by Glenn White
This week, we take a trip back to the 1970's with the influential dark comedies, Harold and Maude & Murder by Death, discussing what aged well, and what aged poorly.... looking at you Peter Sellers. Music by Glenn White.
This week, we delve into the phenomenons that are Taxi Driver, Buckaroo Banzai, and people who review strip clubs on Yelp. Music by Glenn White.