This week we’re outside the walls with Negan who surely must be on the hunt for Lucille, right? I mean, he stops in a sporting goods store and everything! Whether it’s Lucille or something else, he doesn’t find what he’s looking for. Also, a whisperer is captured, interrogated, and probably launching a manipulative plan for escape. I guess we’ll see!
This time we take on the latest season of The Umbrella Academy, wax nostalgic about a bygone era of basketball featured in The Last Dance, and wrap up our discussion of What We Do in the Shadows.
We discuss mating frogs, computer builds, racing-mania, sitcoms, our scariest, most painful motor vehicle experiences, and more. Apologies for the sub-par audio. We both forgot to record on our respective ends this week! PREEEEEE…. you know.
Today we’re talking 1961’s The Hustler, which might just be the greatest movie about the game of pool that has ever been made. Starring Paul Newman, Piper Laurie, and George C. Scott, it’s a tale of an up-and-coming pool hustler trying to make it big but, more importantly, it’s the story of a man trying to figure out what makes a person a “winner”.
This week includes a special announcement from King Ezekiel as well as the feedback we received over the past 8 weeks of coverage. Thank you to everyone who contributed and continues to listen. We wouldn’t do it without you.
This week we talk about putting eyes on Neowise, how to get through preaching door-to-door, downloading knowledge matrix-style, weird bucket list items, the best credits sequences on TV, the Lovecraft Country trailer, and more.
This time on “Off the Clock”, Patron topics. A.Ron tells us about Andy Samberg’s new movie, Palm Springs. Jim tells us about Black Crouch’s time-travel novel, Recursion. And we conclude our discussion of The Last of Us Part 2 now that we’ve both played through the entire game.
The Hunt for Red October is a classic naval thriller starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin in the lead roles. As a big Tom Clancy fan, it’s also one of A.Ron’s favorite films. Does it hold up 30 years later? Join us on the podcast to find out.
In this very spooky mid-season finale, we are pleased by the throwback nature of the settings and scares, as well as the impressive visuals coming out of a show that appears to be rising from the dead. Join us for our discussion of the episode and recent Season 10 finale announcements.
The year is 1995 and Kevin Costner is an apex movie predator who takes to the box office sea in search of prey. Unfortunately, there are much bigger fish in that sea than Waterworld and thus begins Costner’s slip from the heights of stardom. Join us for a discussion of this ambitious film which we both love and hate.