A podcast about television and entertainment news by David Allen, John Berwick and Kyle Bridger; too many hosts with exactly the same opinions. Every week we review and recap the big episodes of the week and everything in between!
November Catch-Up and Coming Attractions: Indiana Jones 5, Cocaine Bear & The Super Mario Bros. Movie
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery's one week theatrical run (2:00), AMC Theaters partnering with Zoom (10:20), Avatar 2's extraordinarily high budget (13:55) and a VR headset for a game that could literally kill you in real life (20:00). We also preview three upcoming films by discussing their new trailers: The Super Mario Bros. Movie (23:00), Cocaine Bear (30:20) and Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (34:20). Finally, we have quick check-ins on Black Panther Wakanda Forever (39:35), Pepsi Where's My Jet? (42:30), Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 DMZ Mode (45:50), the Atlanta series finale (51:05), The Crown season five (55:30) and Trombone Champ (58:25)!
This episode was originally recorded on December 5th on and can be replayed on YouTube. Don't forget to vote in our annual yearly wind down survey by clicking here. Also be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on social media!
Coming Up on Dual Redundancy in December!
While there is no new podcast this week we have a lot to come in December!
One of these shows is our yearly wind down special and we need your votes! Be sure to let us know what your favorite movies, TV shows and pop culture moments were from the past year with this survey. The results will be revealed in our final podcast of 2022!
Looking for a holiday gift for a Dual Redundancy fan in your life? Be sure to check out our newly launched merch store!
Finally, be sure you are subscribed to the podcast and ready for our next live show, which will be Monday, December 5th on Twitch!
The 30th Anniversary of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle discuss and break down the 1992 Christmas family comedy film Home Alone 2: Lost in New York in celebration of the film's 30th anniversary.
We break down the film scene by scene, discuss some behind the scenes facts and decide who was tortured by Kevin more this time: Marv or Harry. Directed by Chris Columbus, Home Alone 2 was released November 20th 1992 by 20th Century Fox and stars Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard, Tim Curry, Brenda Fricker and Catherine O'Hara.
This episode was originally recorded on November 21st on and can be replayed on YouTube. You can also listen to past movie podcast specials including our Home Alone 1 podcast by clicking either link. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on social media!
Weird: The Al Yankovic Story and Coming Attractions: Spirited
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the live-action Hercules film will be inspired by TikTok (2:00) and comedian Whitney Cummings joining OnlyFans for unfiltered jokes (9:15). We also discuss the repair issues on a purchased Staten Island Ferry by two SNL stars (15:20) and how the launch of Netflix's ad-tier plan went (20:20). We also preview the Apple TV+ holiday film Spirited by discussing the new trailer (26:50). Finally, we review The Roku Channel movie Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (33:15).
This episode was originally recorded on November 7th on Twitch and can be replayed on YouTube. To go directly to our new merch store click here. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on social media!
The White Lotus Season 2 Premiere and Quick Checks: Barbarian & The Patient Finale
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Warner Bros Discovery releasing a set of NFTs for The Lord of the Rings as part of their new "WB Movieverse" collection (1:50). We also discuss all the trouble at Peacock and why they are giving Girls5eva season 3 to Netflix (10:15). Next, we review the season two premiere of The White Lotus (23:50). Finally, we have quick check-ins on Barbarian (45:20), Armageddon Time (50:10), The Patient finale (52:50) and Egression (58:45).
This episode was originally recorded on October 31st on Twitch and can be replayed on YouTube. For our review of The White Lotus season one click here and to go directly to our new merch store click here. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on social media!
House of the Dragon Season One and Coming Attractions: Welcome to Chippendales, The Crown & Creed 3
In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss James Corden's ban from the Balthazar restaurant (1:55). We also preview Welcome to Chippendales (9:30), The Crown season 5 (14:45) and Creed III (23:20) by discussing each of their trailers. Finally we review all of House of the Dragon's first season (29:45) before David shares his thoughts on Netflix's revival of The Mole (54:00).
This episode was originally recorded on October 24th on Twitch and can be replayed on YouTube. For our review of the House of the Dragon premiere click here and to go directly to our new merch store click here. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on social media!
A biased oppinion.
As audio engineer for this podcast, I am forced to listen to Dave and Kyle every week. They do a pretty entertaining show, but the real party starts when that handsome John fellow comes on.
Fun recap of everything pop culture!
I really enjoy these guys and their chemistry! They breeze through news topics, shows and movies like you’re listening to a group of friends hanging out.
Everything you could want in a podcast. Those guys get along like three peas in a podcast.