From Broadcast Depth – Episode 18: ‘The Hunting Party’ & ‘Fire + Water’

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Our main island Survivors cross paths with the Others in search of Michael, a meeting which causes Jack to take action. Charlie’s hallucinations and erratic behavior lead some of the Survivors to believe he’s back on heroin – but is he? In our flashbacks, we learn what lead to Jack and Sarah splitting, and how Charlie knows all too well the burden of being a junkie father as he watched his brother from afar.

These episodes lead to side discussions on certain aspects of the show treading water in this portion of Season Two, and a great featurette from the bonus features of the box set adds some valuable insight into all the care each LOST episode has put into it. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 18: ‘The Hunting Party’ & ‘Fire + Water’

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From Broadcast Depth Episode 17: ‘What Kate Did’ & ‘The 23rd Psalm’

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In ‘What Kate Did’ we discover what…Kate…did…to become a fugitive. We also get a glimpse at Mr. Eko’s life in Nigeria and how starkly different he is from the fellow we’ve come to know on the Island. Mr. Eko also helps Locke fill in the gaps on the DHARMA Initiative film reel, Michael potentially makes progress on finding his son, revelations of the Beechcraft, what moment caused some fans to jump ship, and we discuss some character issues that plague this second season. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 17: ‘What Kate Did’ & ‘The 23rd Psalm’

Ben & Matt’s Marvellous Journey Episode 19: MCU 10 Year Anniversary

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To celebrate the 10 Year Anniversary of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ben & Matt decided to take a look back at the highs and lows of the last decade, as well as industry and competitor reaction to the notion of a shared universe and the state of superhero movies in general.

This podcast was recorded before the release of Avengers: Infinity War but does contain spoilers for everything leading up to it. Continue reading Ben & Matt’s Marvellous Journey Episode 19: MCU 10 Year Anniversary

From Broadcast Depth Episode 16: ‘The Other 48 Days’ & ‘Collision’

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Ana Lucia Cortez is one of the most hated characters in LOST history. After watching her first flashback episode, it isn’t hard to figure out why. Our hosts discuss the curious case of Ana Lucia, what went wrong, and some parallels to the character of Kate. The other flashback catches us up on the lives of Tailies in the first 48 days on the island, putting some missing pieces of the puzzle together in the process. As a bonus, you get more discussion on the band Staind than your probably expected or wanted. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 16: ‘The Other 48 Days’ & ‘Collision’

Ben & Matt’s Big List of MCU Lists

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The Reel World’s long-standing tradition of listicles discussing the latest superhero movies continues… with a twist. Ben & Matt couldn’t quite settle on a singular list so instead decided to bombard you with lots of them! A list of lists, if you will, ranging from Top Musical Cues to Best Villains, from Biggest Continuity Issues to the low-hanging fruit of the best Avenger, Hawkeye’s Best Moments. Continue reading Ben & Matt’s Big List of MCU Lists

From Broadcast Depth Episode 15: ‘… And Found’ & ‘Abandoned’

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The bond between the Tailies and raft survivors grows more strongly as Michael looks for Walt and Sawyer’s gunshot wound worsens. In our flashbacks, the Korean class system can’t stop a meet cute, and Shannon’s step Mom totally sucks. We also deal with our second Island death which makes things on the Island very awkward as our two groups grow closer to meeting. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 15: ‘… And Found’ & ‘Abandoned’

From Broadcast Depth Episode 14: ‘Orientation’ & ‘Everybody Hates Hugo’

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It’s a fan favorite team up this week with Locke and Hurley as the focus of our two flashbacks, with some of the biggest cameos to date! Locke is ready to put his father behind him – or is he? Hurley discovers he hates change when the lottery affects his closest friendship. On the island, the show changes forever when we discover the origins of the Hatch and the reasoning behind it’s existence. The Hatch also brings a new segment to the show – The Books of LOST! Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 14: ‘Orientation’ & ‘Everybody Hates Hugo’