More Tales of the Callamo Mountains, his upcoming book Great Scott! Rare Imaginary Comic Book Covers, and a multitude of other weird angles, tangents, and asides. Then it's time for the Unknown Movie Challenge, as we volley opinions about the unjustly neglected Val Guest classic Jigsaw (1962).
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Monday, August 13, 2018
Sunday, July 22, 2018
Here's the trailer:
And here's the new episode. Enjoy!
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Then it's on to the mean streets of Corellia (A Quinn Martin Production) for Solo: A Star Wars Story:
Friday, May 11, 2018
Corellian freighter jack-knifed off the 101 today, road closures to follow...*
Jeff drags Scott to a 12-Step program for people who procrastinate until their DVRs explode, while the New Movie Crew takes on Avengers: Infinity War. As with all our Marvel movie reviews, stick around for the post credits sequence.
*Caption courtesy of Miles Lang.
Monday, March 19, 2018
Jeff has been locked outside in the snow. Nevertheless, he and Scott sit down for a conversation with Jeff's old Internet pal, Damian Maffei, the "Man in the Mask" from the new horror film The Strangers: Prey at Night (check local listings for a theater near you).
Thursday, February 22, 2018
In Part 1, Jeff and Scott grief counsel each other through their co-dependent relationships with Star Wars and Star Trek, and somehow wind up awarding a pair of breasts to Dr. McCoy. In Part II, the New Movie Crew takes on Black Panther, and the fur really flies.
And check out the bonus video below.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler, and star Chadwick Boseman make a surprise appearance at the opening night screening at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. At least, it was a surprise to us.
Saturday, February 3, 2018
The stars of Better Living Through Bad Movies: The Audiobook, John Szura and Blanche Ramirez, are back and giving the business to The Alligator People, that lovable 1959 sci-fi classic that perfectly captured America's Cold War fears about atomic mutations, psychoanalysis, and piano-playing reptiles.