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Edgar Wright's been making movies since he was 14, but he never really made it until age 40, because that's when Tom and Neil finally did an episode on his filmography. We go through everything from his first, low budget film "A Fistful of Dollars" to his most recent film "Last Night in Soho." Along the way we talk The Three Flavors Cornetto Trilog…
 
We finish off our discussion on video streaming platforms, dive into the pros/cons of movie theaters vs streaming, and talk about the players in the music streaming space in Part Two of our 2 part series on streaming. Also, The Irishman wasn't a great movie.
 
In this episode, we go through a history of streaming services. Well we tried to, and then realized we would have to figure out what a streaming service actually is. Join us for a talk about Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Youtube, Twitch, Quibi, Vorpal, Schlumbo, Microsoft TV Plus, Animal Planet Live, Moomoo, and more. Some of those are made up but are you…
 
In Part 2 of our 2 part series on the feud between Jack White and The Black Keys, we talk about one of the greatest rock bands of all time (The White Stripes), as well as one of the other greatest rock bands of all time (The Raconteurs), one of the pretty good rock bands of all time (The Dead Weather) and one of the pretty good solo careers of all …
 
Our Season 4 Premiere! Chris and Neil journey through the beginnings of Activision and Blizzard, their merger, and the 2021 scandals that now define the company. We talk the games that people identify with Activision-Blizzard (the Warcraft franchise and Call of Duty primarily), as well as how Chris loves the Destiny franchise. He just goes on and o…
 
Like a cool ocean breeze over the Hawaiian mountains, the triumvirate of Serious Series returns with an exploration of the man, the myth, the meme: Keanu Reeves. We go through his early movies (the Bill & Ted movies and others), his decline (Matrix Reloaded, Matrix Revolutions... probably some others) to his triumphant return (John Wick, John Wick …
 
Vaccines have had a long course through history, starting in their formation in the 2010s and going through their upcoming 5th studio album. But we talk a lot more about medical vaccines in this episode - Join us for a tour through the history of vaccines, from ancient Chinese approaches to inoculation against smallpox to the current crop of mRNA C…
 
Chris and Neil do a retrospective on this current console generation from the weird misfires of the early Xbox One and the Wii U to the later misfires of the Google Stadia and the memory of the Wii U. Along the way there were some successes, like the PS4 & Switch, and some great decisions like getting rid of the Kinect & the Wii U. We talk about so…
 
Milk and Cereal? Milk and Cereal. Milk and Cereal? Cereal and Milk! Tom and Neil talk about the history of cereal, from its invention as an anti masturbatory aid to its evolution as an anytime pick me up. Also expect important, serious conversations about why Tom hates leprechauns and what the best spin off cereal is.…
 
Tom and Neil dive into the discography of everyone's second to third favorite Australian band and everyone's first to second favorite Kevin Parker project, Tame Impala! From the highs of Innerspeaker, Lonerism, Currents, and the Slow Rush to the lows of the period before they were making music, we tackle it all and answer the question on everyone's…
 
We explore the back half of Daft Punk's career. Will there be a Tron 3 and will they score it? Will that Will.i.am collaboration ever be released? Is Jay-Z the worst? We don't answer any of these questions, we just talk about Daft Punk's music, man. Some great albums in the back half. And Alive 2007 is amazing. In fact, don't even listen to this ep…
 
We explore the first half of Daft Punk's long and eclectic career, from their formation as a pseudo-indie rock band called Darlin to the full length musical anime they made as the video portion of the Discovery album. Along the way we discuss what makes Daft Punk special, how they evolved between albums, and answer the age old question: Are We Huma…
 
Why even bring Spider Man back from the dead in Endgame if they were just gonna kill him again a couple months later. You know who really killed spider man? Late stage capitalism man. Chris and Neil chat about Endgame, Far From Home, the news about Spider Man leaving the MCU (Spidexit?), and all of the Phase 4 and beyond announcements so far: Black…
 
C-man (our co-host Chris!) is back and mad as hell. Why is he so angry? Because Boris Johnson lied and now we can't have a full National Dex in the Galar region because of Dexit. Also we talk about Detective Pikachu and reminisce about the early Pokemon movies.
 
You know Jim Carrey the actor, but do you know Jim Carrey the actor who also paints sometimes? We take a dive into the artwork, from the actually pretty good modern paintings to the stranger political cartoons that he's become known for, and ask some questions along the why. Like why? Who is this for? Does anyone monitor Jim Carrey's Twitter use? A…
 
Tom and Neil tackle Vampire Weekend LP4, "Father of the Bride," and its thematic links to the Steve Martin movie. Do we really? No, we just talk about the album. But now you're intrigued. What do we really talk about? Do we discuss the evolution of Vampire Weekend from Modern Vampires of the City to now? Do we talk about how this album was develope…
 
We take a look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with a focus on The Avengers movies! For the ten of you who have not yet seen Avengers: Endgame, we definitely spoil it, and talk about its implications and what the MCU could look like going forward (Endgame discussion starts at 53:45). For you die hard Avengers fans out there, we have a quick segme…
 
For the first time on the internet, someone has the courage - nay, the audacity - to put some Game of Thrones themed content out there. We talk about the show, the book series in general, the differences and the stuff that was cut that probably shouldn't have been. Also, as you expect, we make a detour into talking about The Venture Bros and David …
 
Neil and Steve discuss if Marilyn Manson looks like a fat Nicolas Cage (spoiler - he does!). We also talk about what the hell was going on in the first two seasons of Westworld, the differences between the show and the movie, and whether it's worth getting into a show that requires diagrams and youtube videos to understand.…
 
Like Thom Yorke dancing in spastic rhythms, we're just continuing to do our thing. Here's Part 2 of our exploration of Radiohead's music! In this episode, we talk about the many, many solo projects of the individual Radiohead band members (Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway, and Ed O'Brien) as well as the later works in Rad…
 
This is Part 1 of our 2 episode series on the music of Radiohead, the solo work of the members, and an exploration of whether or not Thom Yorke needs a hug. In this episode we talk about the first six Radiohead albums and in episode 2 we'll talk about all the cool stuff they got up to after that. Buckle your earbelts; its gonna be a sometimes guita…
 
We dive into the surprisingly complicated chronology of the Fast and Furious series, a quarter mile at a time. We delve through all the movies, discuss some of the short films, talk about the secret Fast and Furious movie Better Luck Tomorrow, and speculate on the future of the franchise starting with the introduction of supervillains in Hobbs and …
 
Neil and Chris discuss Assassin's Creed, a franchise so old it can probably play it's own games now. It still might need parental permission to watch the movie adaptation, but honestly, it doesn't need to. No one needs to. We touch on AC 1, 2, Brotherhood, Revelations, Black Flag, Rogue, Unity, Syndicate, Origins, and Odyssey, and speculate on wher…
 
Neil and Steve discuss the various offerings that Netflix has made to convince you to part with your money and one day name your first child Binge, including but not limited to House of Cards, Maniac, Bodyguard, Bright, Black Mirror, and Bird Box. Also we spend some time on Forrest Gump, because why not. Have you seen Forrest Gump? You haven't? Wha…
 
In our 10th episode spectacular, we decided to talk about a band we know pretty well. No gaps in our knowledge, nope. Well except anything before 2007. And some of the EPs. And some of the solo stuff. Also what's an animal collective. Guest host Michael J aka Jake stops by!
 
Chris and Neil talk about the smartphone battery draining sensation Pokemon Go and the gateway drug into main series games that is Pokemon Let's Go. Along the way we ask the important questions: Did Niantic ruin Pokemon Go before it had a chance to become something great? Are the Pokemon Let's Go games real entries into the Pokemon game series or j…
 
Tom and Neil do a deep dive into the history of Spider-Man adaptations. It's a spectacular journey from the original 1960s animated show and 1970s Japanese live action show to the crazy multiverse spanning action of the new 2018 movie "Into the Spiderverse." We talk about our impressions after watching that movie, as well as theorize about the futu…
 
In this episode, Tom and Neil discuss The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. They talk about the current Fantastic Beasts movies, touch on the theme park adaptations of Hogwarts and Gringotts in Orlando, think about the nitty gritty of counterfeiting money in the Harry Potter universe, and discuss the stage adaptation of Anastasia and the villains of…
 
We take a tour through the discography of the best British band since the Polar Simians, the Arctic Monkeys. We hit the highs and the lows of all six albums and the songs in between, touch on the solo work of Alex Turner, figure out who Miles Kane of the Last Shadow Puppets is, and answer the eternal question - which combination of directors that t…
 
Who's that guest host?It's Chris!Neil, Tom, and Chris discuss the first three generations of the Pokemon video game series (Red/Blue to Ruby/Sapphire). Along the way, they touch on their embarrassing first attempts at playing the game, memorable glitches, the theory of alternate timelines in the series, and what the ultimate Pokemon game would look…
 
Tom and Neil dive into the James Bond movies, discussing the age old question of which Bond actors would produce the offspring that would make the best James Bond. Along the way there are detours into the best Bond spinoffs (Austin Powers) and the sketchy season 2 of True Detective.
 
Tom and Neil discuss the music of Vampire Weekend, the solo work of the vampire weekend members Ezra Koenig and Rostam, and the Jaden Smith internal monologue that is Netflix's Neo Yokio. Also we explain why James Corden is kind of annoying these days, and why coffee is better in America. Tom makes his triumphant return after his extended one week …
 
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