This week we review The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2. Kendall is worried that there are not enough droids in the film and Alan gets the franchise confused with Game of Thrones. Is this really more highly anticipated than Star Wars: The Force Awakens? A man is not a piece of fruit!
This week we review the 24th James Bond film, Spectre. We’re joined by Sean Dove who wrote and illustrated The Last Days of Danger. Together we reminisce about Darkwing Duck (1991–1995) and debate if “hippie pirates” are a thing.
This week we review Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and never for a moment confuse it with Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One. Christopher Shea joins us to discuss what IMF stands for and debate if money or social value is more effective at attracting lovers. Also, Alan is wrong about everything.
This week we review San Andreas starring Dwayne Johnson. Special Californian guest, Carissa Remitz joins us to discuss if it makes sense to be afraid of earthquakes and wonder if it’s really safe to be safe.
This week we review Mad Max:Fury Road and debate if director George Miller deserves to be called a visionary mastermind. We also confirm that we follow the biological code and argue about how a book club is supposed to work.
In this episode we review Neill Blomkamp’s Short Circuit tribute, Chappie. We’re joined by a special non-biased guest, Mod-Bot 2020, to keep the conversation from just being Alan’s repeated demands to “burn him to ash” every time I defend Chappie.