From their secluded home theater compound, Los Angeles Film Critics Association members Wade Major and Mark Keizer discuss the latest in home entertainment, mixing insightful commentary with irreverent banter (and an occasional recipe) to bring you the grooviest, funniest, most informative and fan-friendly (Giveaways! Listener mail!) showbiz podcast on the planet. From the biggest blockbusters to the fringiest indies, the DigiGods have it covered.
2021 - A DigiGods Odyssey
Tim and Wade ring in the new year with giveaways! Plus, an unexpected Marvel hero arrives on 4k, special edition boxed sets from Criterion and Arrow honor two remarkable foreign directors, Cinema Paradiso on 4k, a remembrance of Michael Apted and Wade tries to stump Tim on a rare, new-to-Blu-ray blaxploitation classic… only on the DigiGods!
Farewell and Good Riddance 2020!
Tim, Mark and Wade wrap out the year with a LAFCA Awards recap, thoughts on Wonder Woman 1984 and some noteworthy awards contenders new to Blu, DVD and 4k, including Tenet, First Cow, Bacarau and LAFCA award-winner Beanpole. All this plus new Criterions, Kino Studio Classics and some great PBS documentaries.
2020 Pandemic Holiday Special and Gift Guide
Wade and Tim run through the best DVD, Blu-ray and 4k UHD giftsets and collectible releases of the season, finally capping it all off with an exclusive interview with legendary director John Badham about the newly-released 2nd Edition of his acclaimed book, “On Directing.”
Bill and Ted Face the Music leads new Blu-ray releases, Black Lightning leads new television Blu-ray releases and Clint Eastwood leads a rainfall of Kino classics. Plus, a special interview with veteran film executive/producer/screenwriter Hadeel Reda about her new film “The Ride,” premiering this week on Amazon Prime.
Scary movies during a pandemic? We have all the new recommendations! Old, new, exploitation, foreign and even a few things for the kids.
Puttin’ on the Ritz
A new Secret Garden, Picard Season 1, a musical Valley Girl remake plus new seasons of Riverdale, Rick & Morty, Kino classics and a special interview with novelist Lee René, author of the new classic Hollywood novel “Mitzi of the Ritz.”