Ron, Steve, and John rally their powers to make sense of the MCU news coming out of San Diego ComicCon, take a long shower with wacky horror sequel Psycho II, and look into the sky very cautiously at NOPE, the latest conversation piece from writer/director Jordan Peele. Yep!
Ron, Steve, and John give gut reactions to some newly-released trailers for some highly-anticipated genre projects, look back at one of James Caan's most iconic roles in Michael Mann's 1981 crime movie Thief, and catch up on other stuff they've watched recently. Bring your drill.
Ronald, Steve, and John settle in to chew on some big topics, namely all the stuff in the title of this episode. Pull up a chair, it's gonna be a long night.
Ronald, Steve, and John discuss their viewing choices from this year's Tribeca Film Festival and then chat about Obi-Wan Kenobi's recent finale episode, as well as a few other things they've seen.
Did Ronald finally catch up on the current season of Stranger Things? Maybe. Did Steve see some stinkers on the big screen? Possibly. And does John’s hair look as glorious as ever? Absolutely! You’ll need to subscribe to the YouTube feed to witness that last nugget. Join us for this week’s messy Catchup episode, as we cover everything under the Sun!
This week it's a whole lot of episodic storytelling, as Ronald, Steve, and John look in on Amazon's The Boys, as well as the latest Obi-Wan Kenobi installment and the debut of Ms. Marvel (both on Disney+).
Holy crap, just look at that title. That's a lot of big stuff. Somehow Ronald, Steve, and John manage to cover it all.
Ep. 340-Catchup Episode, May 2022 (She-Hulk Trailer, The Lost City, The Bad Guys, Kids in the Hall, and More!)
Ron, Steve, and John chat about recent stuff they've seen, from an MCU trailer to several movies and streaming shows.
It's time for more Marvel Schmarvel! This episode the guys dig into the Moon Knight finale on Disney+ before an in-depth chat about Doctor Strange in the Multiverses of Madness, now in theaters.
Ron, Steve, and John check in on their old buddy Netflix to see what's going on. They also cover a little recent news and talk about The Batman, which is now streaming for home use.