John is out of town for the show this week, but Curtis and Travis remember Richard Attenborough and his most popular film, “Jurassic Park.” No picks, no news, just everything you’ve always wanted to know about the 1993 classic.
Very busy show this week as we interview the very talented Garrett Batty, director of the “Saratov Approach,” retro-review the 80′s classic, “Willow,” and discuss what went wrong with “When the Game Stands Tall.”
Travis, John and Curtis remember their favorite Robin Williams moments and also let you know where your favorite Williams films are streaming. Then, John catches you up on two screenings he was able to attend — “Saints and Soldiers: the Void” and “The Giver.”
This week we cover Hollywood’s latest attempt at a live action “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” Also, we discuss John and Curt’s masterfully executed prank on Travis which leads to the review of “Hundred-Foot Journey.” We have picks again this week, and some DC/WB movie news.
We’re back with news from Comic-Con, giveaway updates and our official review of “Guardians of the Galaxy.” Also, we’ve been talking about it since the creation of the show — this is the episode John finally tells us why he hates “The Avengers.”
We have some great stuff in the works for the podcast, but in order to make them happen, we had to rearrange some scheduling last week. As a result, we couldn’t get together for the show, but we promise the coming episodes will more than make up for it.
We’ll be posting out next show this Friday with a break-down of the best bits of Comic-Con, as well as a retro-review of the 1988 classic, “Willow.”
It’s summer, the days are long, the 2014 theatrical lineup is weak, and we’re all just trying to get through to the studios’ award-bait lineup. So grab some lemonade and chopped up watermelon and join us for this week’s lazy summer episode.
This week we talk all things “Planet of the Apes:” the original five, the Burton debacle, and then of course the current series with our review of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Travis is personally giving three lucky listeners a copy of ‘Goonies’ on Blu-ray, and OK.com will throw in a couple movie tickets to the winners as well. Listen to the show for details and hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, or just email Travis at email@example.com.
Uber-athelet, Scott Hambly, joins us this week to talk the 9/11 documentary “Let’s Roll.” Scott is one of ten firefighters who rode their bicycles from LA to New York to raise funds for both the Leary Firefighters Foundation and the Wounded Warrior Project — links included below. That’s really all we had planned, since John Clyde and Travis Poppleton are packing up to take part in Ragnar’s Wasatch Back relay this week. So, we kind of wing it through our streaming picks and Batman talk. Good luck, John and Travis! And thank you again, Mr. Hambly!