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Ep. 31 - Out of Respect

Happy video game news arrives in the form of this last week's Nintendo Direct, and not so happy news in the form of one of the most massive data leaks in the video game industry's r…

"Cobra Kai" Season 5 Review

The thing about "Cobra Kai" that makes it such a huge success also makes it a baffling oddity to those unsold on its premise. To make affluent, suburban California karate into som…

Ep. 30 - Disney Double Decker

It's a two-man sandwich this week, with the return of Chris Pranger! The guys try their very best to touch on every single item announced at Disney's D23 event, along with some spoo…

Ep. 29 - Steamy and Spicy

The long Labor Day weekend results in some of Kyle's saltiest commentary yet. After a brief sidebar about the Steam Deck, we get some good news/bad news situations for Halo: Infinite an…

Ep. 28 - In the Pocket

Rumors about EA being absorbed by even bigger business fish are less substantial than the rumors of Big Chungus becoming playable in WB's Multiversus. Meanwhile, Matt Shakman beams away…

Ep. 27 - Just One More Thing

This week on the podcast, the reviews are in on the Saint's Row reboot game (a thing that apparently exists), Ezra Miller's reign of terror comes to a conclusion, David Zaslav is a …

"A League of Their Own" Full Season Review

In watching the teaser for "A League of Their Own," it's clear Amazon had no idea how to promote this series other than to show off the glitzy production values and lean hard …

Letterboxd Review: Nope (2022)

I like that Jordan Peele continues to follow the mandate that science fiction and horror can use outlandish concepts or premises, but ultimately must interrogate something explicitly real a…

Ep. 26 - Full Day At the Business Factory

From deep inside a subterranean bunker where he's perfecting his Pepe Silvia bulletin board, Kyle dishes on the latest in entertainment headlines. On the cutting board this week: delay …

Letterboxd Review: Prey (2022)

Consider the last few weeks, in terms of straight-to-streaming, at-home blockbusters. Netflix spent $200 million to give audiences a movie that was trying desperately to fill the void of fi…

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