Lunchtime! This week the lawn mower man continues to pester Jim well past the mowing season and a question about the oldest clothes we own leads us into a discussion about “salvage denim”.
Well, we took a leap of faith covering the first season of a show which was trying to tell a story that everyone said couldn’t be told in the visual medium. Now that the final episode has been released, how did it work out? Join us for the podcast covering the season one finale of Foundation for our long-form thoughts.
Moonlight is a simple movie about a simple tale of an incredibly complex time in a young boy’s life. It won several Academy awards the year it was released and, we think, for good reason. Join us for a discussion of the merits of this movie, as well as how a tale about a young gay black man can resonate far outside of the shared experience.
Join us for this week’s feedback episode before the season finale next week. We’ve got a lot to talk about.
This week we’ve got a special treat thanks to our commissioner, Dena. It’s one of the handful of movies that Quentin Tarantino wrote, but didn’t direct. What do Tarantino’s unique sensibilities look like when filtered through another director? Find out with us on the True Romance podcast. You can get your very own custom commissioned…
Lunchtime! Today we talk about our recent experience at the Germania Society of Cincinnati’s “Christkindlmarkt event, run down our history with Magic: The Gathering, then answer a ton of audience questions.
Mixed opinions on this one. I liked S01E09 “The First Crisis” a whole lot more than A.Ron. For me, the acting really sold me on this episode, both Terrence Mann and Cassian Bilton. And of course we can’t wait until dad gets home to see what kind of consequences Dawn will have to face. Join us for the podcast for our full thoughts heading into the final episode.
“Off the Clock” is our weekly premium show where we talk about all the TV we’ve been watching in our free time. One episode per month is also dedicated to discussion of topics voted on by our Patreon supporters.
It has been 35 years since Hoosiers became the definitive Indiana basketball movie, and possibly one of the all-time great inspirational sports movies. Though we both were born and raised in Indiana, we somehow managed to miss this movie entirely. Join us for the podcast as we talk our way through our feelings about this beloved classic.
Time to consider audience feedback for Foundation S01E08 “The Missing Piece” as well as our new and improved Goyer Foyer segment.