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Ep. 40 - A Series of Unforced Errors

What is it with all these big entertainment companies posting their Ls all over the place this last week? First Microsoft and Sony compete to see which of them has more reason to complain a…

Ep. 39 - Old Fart Adventures

Appropriately, the Thanksgiving week is rife with old guys you know and love, all of whom are going on new adventures soon. Sam Fisher is putting on the goggles for a remake of the original…

Ep. 38 - Obituaries and Pokemon Champs

How do you heal a broken heart? Well, for starters, you welcome back to the show Chris Pranger! After some necessary talk about the pop culture icons we lost this last week, Chris gives an …

Ep. 37 - In a Row?

It's release week for God of War: Ragnarok, and Embracer Group kills off a quality mobile gaming studio. David Zaslav gets confused as to what a movie franchise is, but he's not con…

Letterboxd Review: A Bucket of Blood (1959)

My first attempt at making a film, when I was all of 15, consisted of my friends and I lampooning little avant-garde vignettes that seemed "artsy." The opening shot (by far the mo…

Ep. 34 - A Decade Late to the Prom

It's a big week for easily avoidable flubs by big media companies. First off, Comcast abruptly pulls the lever on the trolley equation that is G4 TV (yes, they brought it back, only a y…

Letterboxd Review: Halloween Ends (2022)

Evil shrugs tonight. Evil shrugs tonight. Evil shrugs tonight. Just like last year's Halloween Kills , I'm not sure exactly where I will eventually land on Halloween Ends . I'm …

Ep. 33 - Broken Bones and Bummers

Post-surgery blues glue Kyle to the couch so he can provide updates on some previously discussed headlines, as well as some interesting news out of New York Comic-Con and some recent movie …

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