Airing of Grievance episode 8, The Busboy, in which Jay and Micah discuss being friendly to restaurant staff, out of town booty calls, single guys with cats, and how to get rid of guest who absolutely refuse to leave.
Jay, Micah, and special guest Kriss (The Insanity Report/MovieTrailerReviews.net) return for a brand new episode of ‘No Time To Bleed.’ The guys sit down and discuss the 1987 classic, ‘Predator,’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse Ventura, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers, Shane Black, and a whole host of other roided up monsters. When a crew of tough sonsabitches are dropped in the middle of a Central American jungle they end up taking on an enemy none of them could have predicted.
During the inaugural episode of Look Forward, the host Jay is joined by Terrence and Rob to discuss what is happening in several Midwest states right now financially (an interesting fiscal experiment), Net Neutrality, Keystone pipeline veto, updates on marijuana legalization, a detailed breakdown of who is running for President of the United States, the history/current situation with ISIS, and our weekly segment “This Week in Wackadoo Politics.”
The heist film genre is one that isn’t easy to pull off these days. The Oceans’ movies worked well to piggyback off the style of the original Rat Pack; good looking people wearing great clothes and looking cool. However, what George Clooney and Brad Pitt re-established in 2001, directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa aimed to bring back one more time. With a light touch, serious levels of intensity, and great twists and turns Focus accomplishes just that and perhaps a little more.
We return after a week off to discuss someone out-Capcom’ing Capcom, the plausibility of a Dissidia arcade game, Bethesda’s big news for E3, whether or not we want a new Rock Band game, and the real reason for the complicated 3DS transfer process (plus a whole lot more!)
I stumbled across the first Hot Tub Time Machine in that it had a stupid title which stirred no interest in me but my girlfriend and I wanted to watch something. It was on and we sat down not really paying attention at first but rather quickly we saw it was flippin’ hilarious. Out of the blue we had a fantastic comedy shoved down our throats and it was a great ride from beginning to end. So how do you top that in the sequel? Turns out you don’t. You try really hard to recapture the magic but you end up falling a bit short of the goal.
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss one way trips to Mars, HIV vaccines, Bitch Planet, AT&T data spying admissions, state of the X-Men franchise, Deadpool movie casting news, X-Men casting, Avengers: Age of Ultron rumored runtime, new Aliens films, Danger 5, Big Hero 6, and much more.