Episode 135 – Superman/Batman: Public Enemies [2009]

Episode 135 – Superman/Batman: Public Enemies [2009]

One of the earliest DC animated films adapted the “Public Enemies” storyline written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Ed McGuinness. Featuring the voice talents of Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly and Clancy Brown, it’s almost like a Batman/Superman The Animated Series reunion, except the animation resembles Ed McGuinness’s style more so than the classic Bruce Timm style (which I appreciate. I like that they tried to make it look like the comic.) How does the movie hold up? How does it compare to the original comic? Check it out and let us know what you think of Superman/Batman: Public Enemies!

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Episode 134 – The Mummy [1999]

Episode 134 – The Mummy [1999]

In 1999, Universal rebooted one of their classic monster movies The Mummy. Writer/Director Stephen Sommers took on the challenge and brought us a humorous, adventure filled take on the story. Featuring perhaps a career defining performance for Brendan Fraser and Arnold Vosloo, the film also features future-Oscar winner Rachel Weisz. But does the movie hold up after 23 years? Check out the episode to find out and let us know what you think of The Mummy!

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Episode 133 – IT Chapter Two [2019]

Episode 133 – IT Chapter Two [2019]

Happy Halloween! We decided to do a special episode for the holiday and discuss the second half of Stephen King’s iconic story: IT. IT Chapter Two was released in 2019 and follows the grown-up counterparts to our young heroes from the first film. There has been some negative talk over this movie in the past, so what do Justin and Stew think of it? Is it as good as the first movie? Check it out and let us know what you think of IT Chapter Two!

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Episode 132 – Eternals [2021]

Episode 132 – Eternals [2021]

Eternals is possibly Marvel’s most divisive film. Critics didn’t seem to care for it; it has the lowest Rotten Tomatoes score of any Marvel movie at 47%. Yet it’s different than any Marvel movie that came before it. With a very large cast of characters, Eternals is directed by Academy Award winner Chloe Zhao who, as Stew says, “manages to deliver a diverse, high concept, philosophical superhero film.” What do you think of Eternals? Let us know!

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Episode 131 – Son of Batman [2014]

Episode 131 – Son of Batman [2014]

Continuing the New 52 animated universe, Justin and Stew talk about Son of Batman! Damian Wayne makes his first appearance in the movies alongside Deathstroke. Also appearing is Talia al Ghul, Nightwing, Kirk Langstrom and a pretty great Alfred. Check out the episode and let us know what you think of Son of Batman!

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Episode 130 – The Neverending Story [1984]

Episode 130 – The Neverending Story [1984]

If you grew up in the 80s there were some movies that were a staple of your childhood. The Goonies, Gremlins, The Dark Crystal, Return to Oz and other scary-as-crap movies that would give you nightmares for years to come. The Neverending Story isn’t quite that bad but, man, does it have some depressing scenes! Join Stew and Justin as they rewatch it (for what Justin thinks is his 2nd viewing ever) and let us know what you think of The Neverending Story!

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Episode 129 – Venom [2018]

Episode 129 – Venom [2018]

In 2018, Sony decided to release a solo Venom movie… without Spider-Man… because that makes sense, right? Despite the lack of web-head, fans of Venom were excited to see the character on screen closer resemble the character in the comic, compared to 2007’s Spider-Man 3. Tom Hardy was cast as Eddie Brock, which brought even more anticipation from fans, and Michelle Williams was cast, perhaps adding a little gravitas to the picture. Fast forward and now we’ve gotten TWO Venom movies and a Morbius movie without Spider-Man. What do the guys think of Venom? Check it out and let us know what you think of the movie!

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George Clooney Bruce Wayne/Batman voice difference

Episode 128 – Justice League: War [2014]

Episode 128 – Justice League: War [2014]

When DC Comics decided to reboot their universe with the New 52, it wasn’t long after that the animated films followed suit. The first film in the New 52 universe is Justice League: War! The heroes don’t know each other yet, they aren’t a team but when Darkseid threatens to take over their world, they must unite! Justin and Stew love these animated movies and they brought along their friend Alex Thomas (from Alex Thomas Reviews and NerdTalk) to join them as they discuss Justice League: War! What do you think of the movie? Let us know!

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Episode 127 – Star Trek [2009]

Episode 127 – Star Trek [2009]

In 2009, Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams brought Star Trek back to the big screen and attempted to bring in a new audience for the franchise. It made over $385 million (worldwide) at the box office so I’d say it was a success! The film tells the origin story of Kirk, Spock, Bones and crew, while at the same time, creating a new timeline for these characters to exist. Some long time Star Trek fans didn’t like it but what do Justin and Stew think? Check it out below and let us know what you think of Star Trek!

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Episode 126 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze [1991]

Episode 126 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze [1991]

The Turtles are back! Some have different voices! April looks different! But hey, what can you do? The sequel to 1990’s live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a bit more family friendly than it’s predecessor and features the one and only Vanilla Ice (I don’t care what you say, I love that song)! How does it hold up against the original and almost 30 years later? Check out the episode below to see what the guys think and let us know what you think of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze!

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