This week we continue the north-south podcast and talk a lot of TV. We get into Star Trek: Discovery (some spoilers if your aren’t caught up), the new Penny Dreadful series coming to Showtime, and the Whedonverse, specifically Buffy and Angel. We also discuss the Oscars and some big wins for nerd movies. As usual there will be other random thoughts thrown in, slainte!
This week we are joined by a couple of the guys from Canton Brew Works, Barry, the head brewer and one of the owners, and Jake, assistant brewer, VP of Sales, and Manager. We had a lot of fun talking brewing, Marvel and DC movies, Good Omens, video games, and pretty much whatever came to someone’s mind. You can check out Canton Brew Works in Canton, MI, and on their website; www.cantonbrewworks.com.
This week is our first episode since Russ went to Florida and each year that always presents new challenges for our recording. This year was no exception and we apologize for any audio quality issues. We talk about a lot of stuff this week. We discuss the some of the Super Bowl ads, the Marvel movie trailers, new Marvel shows announced for Hulu, the Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse movie, Critical Role hitting a milestone, and so much more.
This week we say goodbye to Russ for the next couple of months, as he makes his annual pilgrimage to Florida. He won’t really be gone, he’ll just be on via the internet instead of being in the basement. We talk about comic books and going digital. We discuss some of the news coming out about Bill and Ted 3. We talk Ghostbusters, old, new, and even newer. We finish things off looking at what is coming to the main streaming services in February.
This week we take a look at the new Spiderman: Far From Home trailer and follow the web for a while. We talk about The Orville and a casting change. We also discuss Star Trek: Discovery and its upcoming spin-off. We also talk a little bit about DC movies and the milestone that Aquaman hit. We finish things up discussing streaming services and a change coming to one of them.
Our post Xmas, pre New Year episode. We welcome Renee back to the show. We talk about Russ’ trip to Florida and his experience at Universal Studios. We give our spoiler free first review of Aquaman. We finish things up by discussing Renee’s must see movie list and a couple of the holiday movies she got to check off that list this year. We hope everyone has a very safe and happy new year! Slainte!!
It’s the time of miracles, so be of good cheer. This week we talk about the passing of Penny Marshal. We discuss rumors of who will play the villain in the upcoming Batman movie. We dive into the rising popularity of watching shows where other people are playing paper and pencil games, like D&D. We give you a list of people providing voices for the new Netflix show, Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. We wrap the show up by talking about some of our favorite holiday movies.
This week we do a review of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindalwald (Spoilers!). We talk about the trailer for the upcoming movie Godzilla: King of the Monsters. We get into some video game discussion, both old and upcoming games, and the importance of good DLC. We round out the show with a listing of the top 10 DC Comics Supervillains of all time.
This week the guys take on a list of the 10 Greatest Marvel Supervillains of All Time that they found on Newsarama. They talk about the passing of former president George H.W. Bush. They discuss the upcoming Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover event. They also geek out over the new Captain Marvel trailer. All this plus the usual alcohol induced random thoughts they deliver every week.
We welcome Russ back to the basement after his two week hiatus. We catch up on what he was up to, as well as his thoughts on the death of Stan Lee. We cover the asinine comments made by Bill Maher regarding Stan Lee passing and people’s reactions. We talk about how it looks like Disney is going to own the box office in 2019 with the huge number of big movies they have coming out next year. We wrap it up discussing a new D&D character class created by a company for marketing purposes, that could actually be, somewhat, playable.