After The Motion Picture, the folks behind Star Trek decided to go back to the original series to find their villain and what an excellent choice they made. Khan, after being abandoned on Ceti Alpha V, is back to exact his revenge on Kirk and crew. And revenge, as we all know, is a dish best served cold. So what do the guys think about Wrath of Khan? Check it out below!
The first Spider-Man movie. Again. But this time with more Iron Man. That’s right, folks, Spider-Man is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Introduced in Captain America: Civil War, this film follows Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he longs to be a part of The Avengers. Too bad that pesky thing called High School is in the way. The awesome Michael Keaton stars as Adrian Toomes, aka The Vulture, as the film’s main villain. How does this film rank compared to previous Spider-Man films? Let us know what you think about it and check out the episode below!
In 2001, Peter Jackson brought to life the first chapter of J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy masterpiece The Lord of the Rings. Now, fifteen years later, the guys discuss what works and what doesn’t, if anything. Check it out below and let us know what you think!
This Halloween the guys decide to dive into a discussion on the made-for-tv movie based on Stephen King’s novel IT. Starring Tim Curry as Pennywise the Clown, this film was released as a two-episode mini-series and remains a classic of the horror genre. Does this three hour long film hold up after 26 years?
Todd McFarlane was a big name in comics. In 1992 he created his original character Spawn and unleashed him upon the world. A murdered CIA operative who makes a deal with the devil, Al Simmons is transformed into a supernatural “hell-spawn” who decides to break his deal and fight for justice.
Or something like that.
The film stars Michael Jai White as Simmons/Spawn, John Leguizamo as The Violator (Clown) and Martin Sheen as Jason Wynn.
Is Spawn good? Take a listen and let the guys tell you what they think.
After the hugely successful films of Phase One, Marvel decided to take a chance on a group of intergalactic heroes known as the Guardians of the Galaxy. Had you ever heard of the Guardians, because John and Justin sure hadn’t. It was a bit of a gamble on Marvel’s part. This movie could have been a big flop but went on to be a huge success. Check out what the guys have to say about it below!
Back in the 80’s when the Nintendo Entertainment System came out, the world changed for millions of kids. The world was introduced to Mario and the game was a mega-hit. Sequels to the game soon followed and before long Hollywood came knocking. Skip ahead to 1993 and the world is now introduced to the live-action Mario and Luigi. Brought to life by Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo with Dennis Hopper playing the evil King Koopa. The film was a big flop at the box office, which isn’t a huge surprise. This film is weird. But how do you adapt a video game about a plumber in Mushroom Kingdom? These filmmakers sure gave it a try, and failed pretty badly. Check out what the guys have to say about it below!