This week the boys get trapped in Butcher’s Auntie’s house with nothing but his trusty dog and a few IEDs for protection while Homelander and Maeve struggle with their images.
It’s the 30th Anniversary of the gangster classic, Goodfellas. Martin Scorsese has a long history making gangster movies. We covered his latest one, The Irishman, already but now we’re going back to cover his most famous one. It’s a wild ride, beginning with the Marty insight into the allure of the criminal underworld that you’ve come to expect and culminating in one of the all-time great scenes of chaos and paranoia. Check out the podcast to hear what we thought about it thirty years later.
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It’s a big one this week. We finally get to see why Michonne is so hell-bent on keeping Alexandria isolated from the rest of the world, and it involves the murder of a bunch of children. Don’t worry, it’s tastefully done. More tasteful even, than when Jackie Chan kicked those kid asses in The Karate Kid remake.
With their mission at a dead end, Butcher has to get lucky if he’s going to try to track down Becca. A-Train gets an unwelcome surprise as Homelander tries to retake control of The Seven. Speaking of Homelander, that guys really messed up, right?! Finally, Huey, Annie, and MM go on roadtrip to find a long-forgotten super that they hope can help decide their next move.
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This week on Off the Clock we’re talking about the first three episodes of Ridley Scott’s turn to the small screen, the far future sci-fi series “Raised by Wolves.” Then we’re continuing our coverage of the cosmic / mundane horror series “Lovecraft Country” with episodes 3 & 4.
Charlie Kaufman’s new film is out on Netflix right now and we’ve decided that it’s a good idea to cover a movie about general anxiety, hopelessness and the futility of life while we’re in a full-blown lockdown pandemic. Join us, won’t you?
This week features a couple away missions with Carol’s group trying to placate a gang of looters who have hit one of their supply wagons and Daryl’s rescue mission meeting Beta at the crossroads of bombed-out motel and under construction apartment building.
The Boys is back in town for season 2 and we’ve got a full review of the first 3 episodes. Caution: There are major spoilers for all 3 episodes embedded throughout this podcast. You’ve been warned.