Jerome Cusson and Brian DaBrain are back for episode two, and boy do they have an absolute banger of a film to review. It’s not a bird, plane, or even Superman. It’s Supergirl! Find out all about this bizarre movie with a phenomenal score…and not much else. Is it bad enough to warrant entry into the dreaded pile of shame? Listen and find out. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Volume 2, Episode 2: Supergirl
Fate further intertwines our Oceanic 815 crew in the flash sideways, but the most memorable moments this week take place on the Island. Specifically, the iconic “bloodbath” that dwindles the number of our survivors down and forces us to say farewell to several main cast members (and not without some viewer backlash.) Ben and Kevin provide their own thoughts on that backlash and everything else going on as the end of the show draws close. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 60: ‘The Last Recruit’ & ‘The Candidate’
Having conquered the medium of film, Mike & Matt return to podcasting about television with the cultural juggernaut that is Game of Thrones one season at a time. *Enormous spoilers* Obviously.
Episode 1 naturally tackles the debut season and its decision to kill off its biggest star, the ‘palace intrigue’ of King’s Landing, Tyrion’s journey across Westeros, Jon Snow’s arrival at The Wall and Daenerys falling in love with her rapist. Continue reading The Wheel Breakers – A Game of Thrones Podcast: Episode 1
Jerome Cusson and Brian DaBrain are invading The Reel World with their own unique spin on the superhero podcast. They’ve been doing the show for about a year, but now they’re on a new feed ready to induct a new film into the Pantheon, especially after an awful Oscars ceremony. You’ll hear Chadwick Boseman’s speech from the SAG awards before hearing about what makes Black Panther so special, that it deserves to enter the Pantheon after just being around for one year. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Volume 2, Episode 1: A Soft Reboot a.k.a. Wakanda Forever!
Last week, Jerome Cusson and Michael Thomas ranked the films nominated for Best Picture at the 2019 Oscars. In light of Green Book actually winning Best Picture, try to wash that bad feeling away with these great films from 2019 that Jerome recommends.
Unwillingly brought to the Island, Desmond is forced to be hit with yet another electromagnetic blast and his mind travels into our flash sideways where we see how his life with Widmore, Penny, Eloise, and others is very different than it is in the main timeleine. Speaking of different, we get a look into Hurley’s life as an entrepreneur and philanthropist who has no memory of Libby, although she certainly has memories of him, and the return of Michael.
The death of a character leads to criticism from Ben, a puzzling group split brings criticism from both hosts, and the answer of what the whispers are lead to a discussion on the pay off and if it was worthwhile. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 59: ‘Happily Ever After’ & ‘Everybody Loves Hugo’
Today we cover one of the most anticipated and one of the best LOST episodes: the first flashback of Richard Alpert. Ben and Kevin discuss why they love this episode, some of the show questions that are answered, and the state of the LOST fandom at this time. Ben also discusses the history of Richard Alpert to this point, and some of the Stephen King influence on the show. Following this, we discover just how Jin got in the clutches of Martin Keamy’s hands in the flash sideways, and the reveal of exactly what is Charles Widmore’s package. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 58: ‘Ab Aeterno’ & ‘The Package’