Christmas is in trouble and only Kirk Cameron can save it! It's a Christmas miracle! Join Mike and Nick as they dive head first in the slowest possibly manner about a bunch of made-up bullshit Kirk is trying to sell.
It is that spooky season, so this week, two white guys talk the 1972 blaxploitation horror flick, Blacula! Join Cuz and Nick as they go into how cool and badass Blacula is!
In our final installment of Shaqtober, we look at the 1997 DC Comic superhero movie, Steel! A movie so "good" that it hasn't been rebooted yet!
Shaqtober continues! This week, Cuz and Nick take a look at the critically destroyed Kazaam! Is it really that bad? Yes. Yes it is. Even for a kids movie which are generally not meant to be cinematic masterpieces.
It's that special time of year! Yes, you know we are talking about! It's Shaqtober! Over the next three weeks, Cuz and Nick are going to talk about the filmography of the one and only Shaquille O'Neal. First up, the 1994 basketball classic-to-some, Blue Chips starring Shaq, Nick Nolte, and a cavalcade of known actors.
This week Cuz and Nick run into the Speed Force and talk about the "greatest movie since The Dark Knight". We talk The Flash! Is it as bad as people say? Or is it just another one of DC's megabombs?
We're back! And Nick and Cuz are heading to the world of Pandora (the ficitional moon, not the music streaming service) for Avatar: The Way of Water. Does James Cameron raise the bar? Or does this drown in the water? Come for a swim with us and find out!
This week, Nick and Cuz talk about the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Is it as bad as people claim it is? Was it the flop that the internet will lead you to believe? Eh...sorta, maybe, not really. Either way, this episode is about as bloated as the average MCU film! Enjoy!
So, it's been something like 4 months, but we are back with a new episode (recorded 4 months ago). And we just jump right into it - the Neil Breen classic Fateful Findings. Mike and Corinne forced Nick to watch it and it nearly broke him.
This week, Nick, Mike, and Corinne talk about the hilarious cult classic comedy series Detroiters starting Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson How much do they love this largely forgotten TV show? A lot. You should to. Check out this episode to see what the fuss is about. Tell them, Mr. Groove sent you.
Cuz and Nick take some time out to discuss the fallout from the WB announcement of James Gunn (and Peter Safran) taking the reigns of DC Studios, and how Zack Snyder's most devoted fans have been calmly accepted the news. Oh, wait, that's not right - they have gone insane.