Join us for the 20th anniversary of Baz Luhrmann’s over-the-top musical about truth, beauty, freedom, and, above all else, love.
It’s the finale episode of season 10, as long as you don’t count the other 6 episodes that AMC labels as apart from season 10 but definitely not NOT part of season 10. Did it live up to the hype? The answer might shock you! Or not. It might be exactly what you’d expect of us from a hit or miss episode that draws the threat of another group of violent outsiders to a close. It’s not like we haven’t been here before. Join us for the podcast to sate your curiosity.
This time A.Ron talks about shows he’s been watching and games he’s been playing including Mare of Easttown, The Good Place, and Resident Evil: Village, and Jim does the same, including Hacks, Tetris Effect, and NBA2k21.
Here’s what’s happening at Bald Move this week.
Lunchtime! This week A.Ron talks about his experience hiking through Kentucky’s most gorgeous gorge, Jim talks about his air conditioning breakdown, then we follow it up with stories from a JW encounter, NFT memes, and a ton of other questions from our viewers.
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We’re finally seeing a movie with the theater crowd for the first time since the pandemic started and it’s the sequel to a really enjoyable movie from 2018, A Quiet Place Part II. This time, John Krasinski is both writing and directing. How does that work out for the movie? Well, join us for the non-spoiler podcast to find out, then stick around after the trailer talk if you’re a club member for the deep dive into the spoilers.
Oxford medievalist Carolyne Larrington covers one of Dany’s most important decisions. Jana Mathews explains heraldry. Comic Steve Ausburne revels in Varys’ most haunting scene.
Jim’s filling in the gaps in his Cohen brothers catalog viewing and A.Ron is giving Burn After Reading one last chance after not being impressed with it years ago. Join us for the podcast to find out what we thought of this star-studded farce.
What is the plan? SERIOUSLY! WHAT IS THE PLAN? I guess The Walking Dead hooked us because that’s the main question we have coming out of “The Tower” and heading into the finale. Join us next week for the thrilling (hopefully) conclusion.