Shogun introduces new characters which means new favorites for Jim and A.Ron to discuss. Get to know the intriguing backstories and motivations of the different people in their struggles for power and survival. When someone is coded a traitor this early, it makes the guys at Bald Move a little suspicious. Listen along as the plot unfolds.
The pilot, or Anjin, is a rapid introduction in the world of Shogun. A.Ron and Jim are excited to dive into seventeenth century Japan’s history and culture. This show presents a fully realized world that is both intense and beautiful. And it is surprisingly funny!
Jim and A.Ron are back in the world of The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live. Scott Gimple’s fingerprints are all over this new project. Rick now matches his original comic book representation, a new super grain, and flaming hot zombies. Beware those Delts!
Shogun is hitting your Prestige feed! Shogun already has a long-time fan in A.Ron, and Jim is eagerly approaching this story for the first time. This FX show is based on the novel by James Clavell. If you are a fan of royal court based drama, think Game of Thrones, this is the next show for you.
Shuffle and lurch your way back into the world of The Walking Dead with AMC’s The Ones Who Live. A.Ron and Jim are continuing their running commentary on the unkillable saga. Tune in to find out how Michonne and Rick reunite!
Be CAREFUL about SPOILERS!! Jim and A.Ron care about you, so don’t look things up on the Internet. Get a first look at the number of episodes, the scope of the story, and one of the returning directors. Not enough HOTD for you? Don’t worry, there are spin-offs headed your way! Keep it leal.
We’re mixing our bags in the finale of The Walking Dead’s “Daryl Dixon”. It’s not all doom and gloom here. Some positivity peeks out from behind the typical Walking Dead stormclouds to show us a tale that could have been. Did they stick the landing despite some muddy ground? Join us for the review to find out.
Here’s your last chance to get on the lawn. Jim and A.Ron are reading your feedback and discussing Ahsoka within the Star Wars canon. Will they walk back on their comments? Does the fault lie with Filoni? What evil does Disney have planned for the Star Wars IP? Who will be left on the lawn when Jim and A.Ron are through?
This episode is a cry for help from the writer’s room. This episode reveals that the non-linear storytelling was more of a crutch than anything else. However, the emotional beats within this episode reach a depth hitherto never seen on The Walking Dead. As we gear up for the finale, we’re holding out hope that this could actually stick the landing (in TWD terms of course).
Get…off…my…LAWN! It’s the lack of critical thought that broke the camel’s back. Zombies, make-shift light sabers, and Narnia references really mucked up this episode. Filoni’s cherry-picking method for choosing Star Wars lore has resulted in a muddied series that serves neither die-hards nor casual fans. Are we in a Star Wars dark age?