Coming Attractions - WandaVision Reactions, Tubi and Lost

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Forgive the lag on Todd's Zoom feed, but laggy video won't stop us from bringing you our show. Check it out as Joe and Todd react to the most recent events in WandaVision, Joe reviews the Marvel 616 documentary series and Todd talks about some recent Tubi discoveries. They announce next week's movie and dicuss the recent celebrity passings (It was noted after the recording that we neglected to mention Dustin Diamond. RIP Screech!) . Joe reveals a studio upgrade and they seque into why Joe has never watched Lost. They image a separate version of the Bahamas and chat about Trump's new lawyers. Todd brings up the former President's resignation from SAG/AFTRA and they talk about crazy conspiracy theories. They ponder the uses of the technology used in The Mandalorian. They discuss the Gamestop trading situation (not intelligently). 

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Episode 225 · 7 months ago

Batman - "I'm Batman, I am Iron Man, I am Hungry"

Joe and Todd go back to one of the OG's of Superhero Classics as they take on Tim Burton's Batman. Todd discusses seeing this movie at the Drive in with another Kim Basinger film. They discuss the multiple actors nearly cast in the movie, what the cast is up to today and how this movie almost introduced Robin. Jack Nicholson's big pay day and Billy Dee Williams' big disappointment are discussed. Joe reveals some reused props with a fun connection to both this show and one of the actors. They share Tim Burton's early stance on the movie and how it fared in the worldwide box office. They talk about the Soundtrack by Prince and other Batman Soundtracks.

Episode 224 · 7 months ago

Coming Attractions - Joe Befriends Argentina

Joe takes to Zoom to find some new friends and finds an old one first. He announces the next movie and reviews Hamilton, streaming now on Disney+. He discusses not getting to see original Broadways casts not being near Broadway and confesses to a sad misunderstanding of microphones. Joe talks about a strange quirk he has when watching new content online and addresses the Fantastic Beasts franchise as the most problematic franchise going. He addresses a question from Zoom about doing a watch party and is joined by some Argentinian listeners.

Episode 223 · 7 months ago

Independence Day - "Where All the Faygo Comes From"

The guys help their American friends celebrate the 4th of July with a commentary of Roland Emmerich's Independence Day. They discuss the team of Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich and their rich history of disaster films. 

Joe reveals why the US Military backed out of consulting on the film and the battle to get an African American sitcom star to become one of the most bankable actors in the world. They discuss what actors were almost in the film and why Robert Loggia wouldn't leave his trailer one day. 

They talk about the circumstances behind their trip to see this movie on vacation and another terrifying life event related to this film. An important filmmaking record held by this movie is revealed and Joe talks about how Will Smith and the crew got severe sunburns on location. 

They discuss what distinction this movie's score earned during awards season. Joe uncovers which character was saved from death and highlight an alternate ending.

Episode 222 · 7 months ago

Attractions That Are Approaching - A Zoom Fail

Those who listened to episode 106.5 know that we had an issue with our episode and thought it to be lost. It was fixed an everything ended happily, but not before Joe recorded a new episode lamenting what could have been. 

This is that episode. For the first and hopefully only time, you will hear the alternate version to the episode that was released. 

Joe recaps what you would have heard in the failed episode and announces next week's movie. He talks about Michael Keaton's talks to play Bruce Wayne once again and mourns the deaths of Sir Ian Holm and Joel Schumacher. Joe also has a brief message for the Black, LGBTQ and female communities who have been getting the short end of the stick for far too long.