Jim and A.Ron give their thoughts on a terrible, no good, boring film starring Matthew McConaughey, Bryce Dallas Howard, Édgar Ramírez and directed by Stephen Gaghan; Gold. It’s the definition of a mediocre film that half-asses themes that much better films have done very recently, including The Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle, and The Big Short. We also discuss the upcoming lineup of first run Bald Movies, before getting to the Club only spoiler section. See you in a few weeks for John Wick 2!
Join Jim and A.Ron as we discuss just what the hell we’ve been up to the past four months and our latest gaming endeavors (including Settlers of Catan, Stratego, Battles of Westeros, Batman Arkham City, and of course, Skyrim). We rant about the ludicrous situation that downloadable patches and locked save games has brought to us, talk a little bit of TV (of course), reminece about our Great War with Personal Arrogants, and read the last feedback we got on the cast way back in August. Jim gives an update on our experiment with a “listener sourced cast”. Finally, A.Ron fulfills a promise to donate some cash to his favorite charity, Child’s Play.
Hello fellow survivors! It’s time for your weekly review of the survival techniques of our favorite zombie-themed drama on AMC, The Walking Dead! Let’s dig right in… Scenario 1: Mourning for the tragic murder loss of Otis, the survivors attempt to find meaning in the death of their sweaty, overalls-wearing friend. What the survivors did:…
My love of zombies has always been based on the logistics of surviving an apocalypse. I love to discuss it with my friends, figure out the best weapons, vehicles, terrain and general strategies for defeating the inevitable zombie invasion. I know I’m not alone in doing that. Zombie fanatics all over the world debate every…
In this week’s episode, the guys discuss the iPad’s destruction (ha-ha) of the United States economy, SOCOM 4’s furtherance of Madden ’84 policies, and A.Ron’s irrational anti-hoarding packaging problem. If it is a problem. I mean, it’s anti-hoarding, so it can’t all be bad.
This week we cover a lot of ground; stand up desks, Vibram Five Finger “shoes”, Cloud Girlfriends, a mini-review of Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch, nerd fitness updates, feedback from our listeners, update on the Blue Yonder Curse, and finally, Jim Jones makes an epic, not-to-be-missed accent debut in this week’s edition of Stafa’s Corner!
You ever feel like some days you just can’t do anything right? You wake up, stub your toe on the bedframe, cut yourself shaving, get your dick and/or vag caught in the zipper, proclaim the 3DS as a revolutionary break through in gaming, and declare nuclear power the safest thing since foam rubber? Yeah, we have days like that. And we record them for posterity.
Here’ the deal, loyal listener. I have no idea what this cast is about, cause I wasn’t a part of recording it. I’m sure there will be reprisals from bagging on Jim last week, so no matter what cock-and-bull story they come up with, know this: instead of casting, I was spending quality time with my progeny; introducing Star Wars to him for the first time. Try holding that one against me. Try it! You can’t. You can feel your black shriveled heart swelling 3x too big just thinking about it.
This week’s cast is HOT. You know me well enough that if we have an iffy or so-so week, I’ll tell you up front. “Under-promise and over-deliver”, that’s the A.Ron motto. In related news; I’m a mediocre lover, ladies. Rowr.
Jim and A.Ron tackle one of the watershed issues of our day. The god-awful disappointment of the Star Wars Prequel trilogy. Spurned to discussion and debate by RedLetterMedia.com’s recent evisceration of Episode 3, we talk candidly about our betrayal by Uncle George. Although initially Jim is less than enthused about the top — wait! What’s that?! GOOD GOD THAT’S PETER STREET’S MUSIC!