For our final round of debates, we synthesize the new list with the classic list to determine our Mt. Rushmore of Badasses as it stands right now. We plan to revisit the list in the years to come to keep it up to date. Check out the final podcast in the series for 2021.
Marriage Story is deceptively named, it has a deceptive poster, and its characters are deceiving (or at least deluding) themselves and their spouse. It’s a passionate movie that also feels real in the way that it could happen to anyone anywhere, even though its happening to two exceptionally successful people. Join us for the podcast to hear our full review.
The second of the season 10 bonus episodes wasn’t quite as good as the first. Definitely more in line with what we expected from these episodes. Lots of walking in the woods, lots of isolation, and maybe the b-team of writers. The parallels were ambitious though, and the final scene is worth the price of admission. Check out the podcast to hear our full review.
It’s debatable who’s raising more hell this week, Rick’s joyriding car or the cenobites who are feeding off of Jerry’s cringe. We’re mixed on this episode but where we do agree is that it’s definitely better than the last one. Check out the podcast for more thoughts on Amortycan Grickfitti.
What do you get when you pair up Steven Seagal with an apron, a playboy playmate, and the insanity of both Gary Busey and Tommy Lee Jones? You get the most notable entry in his badass resume, Under Siege. Is it enough to measure up to the likes of Arnold, Stallone, or JCVD? Check out the podcast to find out what we think.
Our original list was bursting at the seams when we stuffed in the amount of beef available during just the 80s and 90s. Well, since then a lot of old contenders have filled out their catalogs and new contenders have arisen, both men and women. So we’re retooling the list to add as much grade-A prime as we can handle in a single sitting. Of course, that’s not all of them but we’ll get there eventually. Check out the podcast to hear us debate the likes of Dave Bautista, Linda Hamilton, Gal Gadot, and many more.
Lunchtime! This week we discuss the truth behind Grape Nuts, the pain of reorganizing your desk, A.Ron’s progressive glasses update, and the $1.6m Mario 64. Plus, Q&A with our Club Members
We’re more than satisfied with the way that the first season of Loki ended, especially with how relevant it seems to next phase of the MCU and the moral conundrums it raises. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts on episode 6, For All Time. Always.
Bald Move Prestige is where the best of the best come to shine. In the Prestige podcast, we talk about serious dramas, excellence in filmmaking, and everything in between; on television or on the big screen. Prestige doesn’t cover sci-fi, but if that is your thing, you might be looking for Bald Move Pulp.
The marketing around these 6 episodes really had us confused before seeing the first one. I mean, are they or aren’t they part of season 10? Oh, the AMC announcement says they’re not? Then why does every place that makes these available, INCLUDING YOUR OWN WEBSITE, say they’re episodes 17 – 22 of season 10? Maybe you can understand why we thought they’d be completely extraneous viewing. We were pleasantly surprised, however. This first one at least, seems to be connecting to the larger story that we’re likely to see in season 11. Join us for the podcast to hear all about The Walking Dead season 10, EPISODE 17, Home Sweet Home.