The year is 2020 and Bill & Ted are back on the big screen, or the small screen depending on how you choose to watch it, to Face the Music. Their quest is to finally write the song that will unite the world and fulfill their destiny. Is their most triumphant return a truly Excellent Adventure or a Bogus Journey? Join us on the podcast to find out.
On this week’s lunch, we cover the worst meals we’ve ever had, showing the younglings T2, the latest Batman trailer, advice for George Lucas, a heated salsa debate, going back to movie theaters, and more.
We’re kicking off our coverage of The Boys with a preview podcast for season 2 designed to remind you what happened in season 1 and give our general feelings on the 2nd season as it stands after having seen the first 3 episodes.
Lunctime! Join the forum to ask questions with fellow club members here or use #baldlunch on Twitter!
After directing The Witch, one of the most unsettling horror movies of the last decade, Robert Eggers has done it again with The Lighthouse, a film that defies description. Willem Defoe and Robert Pattinson both deliver astounding performances in this largely underrated tale about two lighthouse attendants (“wickies”) who have to make the best of a bad situation. Join us on the podcast, preferably after you’ve seen the movie, for the full discussion.
Flashbacks galore in this week’s episode of The Walking Dead. The episode tries to convince us that a young girl who wears the skin of the dead, roaming the countryside murdering other survivors for no real reason is a sympathetic character. Does it work? Join us on the podcast to find out!
This week we talk about our latest gaming session with Fall Guys, the best pranks we’ve pulled, our best movie theater experiences, how to meet in the middle when buying a house, and go all in on an impromptu QYP involving Anthony Hopkins taking over the world while Willem Defoe and Michael B. Jordan try to stop him.
Edgar Wright has only directed one box office bomb and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is it. Does that mean it’s a bad movie? Absolutely not. In fact, we think it’s an excellent representation of the growing cross-section of movies, gaming, and graphic novels. That’s why we’ve decided to celebrate it’s 10th anniversary with a podcast talking about what makes it great. Take a listen.
We discuss mating frogs, computer builds, racing-mania, sitcoms, our scariest, most painful motor vehicle experiences, and more. Apologies for the sub-par audio. We both forgot to record on our respective ends this week! PREEEEEE…. you know.
Today we’re talking 1961’s The Hustler, which might just be the greatest movie about the game of pool that has ever been made. Starring Paul Newman, Piper Laurie, and George C. Scott, it’s a tale of an up-and-coming pool hustler trying to make it big but, more importantly, it’s the story of a man trying to figure out what makes a person a “winner”.