Life is too short to be watching bad movies and tv shows. Filmmaker Ben & comedian Aaron review the latest releases in theaters and streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, & HBO from a casual perspective.
Last of Us 2 Review + Spoilercast, GamePass is awesome, is Halo:Infinite in Trouble?
Last of Us 2 discussion starts at 16:30. We take a very deep dive into the very dark and sometimes depressing Last of Us 2 on PS4. We also talk about other Xbox memories growing up like Fable, and whether or not Halo is relevant today as growing development struggles become apparent with Halo: Infinite.
Kubrick Pt. 2: Eyes Wide Shut, The Killing, Killer's Kiss + Snyder Cut Exists!
EYES WIDE SHUT Discussion starts at 32:50. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman star in Stanley Kubrick's surreal last movie, Eyes Wide Shut. We review it as well as his early heist flick, The Killing, which is surprisingly modern. It's like Ocean's 11 but 50 years earlier. Also Killer's Kiss which was a thing. PLUS Zack Snyder gets a second chance to tell his version of the JUSTICE LEAGUE.
12. The Visionary Stanley Kubrick Part 1, 2001: A Space Odyssey & his early shorts, + a special co-host emerges!
During the lockdown, we decide to begin a deep dive into one of the greatest directors of all time, Stanley Kubrick. We discuss his early attempts, shorts documentaries, as well as his most famous probably, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and what inspired us to start this series. Also, a special co-host sits in and does an amazing job.
11. The Last Dance is over, and it was AMAZING!!!
We review the 10-part docu-series on ESPN, "The Last Dance", starring Michael Jordan as it chronicles their run of six championships in the NBA in the 1990's. That's it.
10. The Last Dance Ep.1 & 2, plus power rankings of best 90's movies available on Netflix.
The new documentary series about the 1990 Chicago Bulls starring Michael Jordan finally makes its way to ESPN. I get a line from Jerry Maguire mixed up with one from Brokeback Mountain as we power rank out favorite 90's movies available on Netflix and other streaming platforms. Its great time to check out some of these older gems during quarantine.
BONUS: WWE Wrestlemania 2020 Review - Making it work without an audience
This is the clipped out section of the ninth episode where we talk about Wrestlemania, the Superbowl of wrestling every year. Lots of secret wrestling fans out there and we are more casual fans. Drew McIntyre beat Brock Lesnar for the world title. The Undertaker literally buried A.J. Styles in a experimental short film type match that was probably the highlight of the night. Check it out!