Jerome and Brian discuss the 1988 cult classic starring Jean Claude Van Damme and featuring a try hard performance from Forest Whitaker. The duo discusses why the movie is good and why it’s worth watching. Hint: It’s because of the action.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Martial Arts Month: Bloodsport
Jerome and Brian examine Bruce Lee’s finest and most important work, Enter the Dragon. They examine his history, his unfortunate passing, and the greatness of this film.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Martial Arts Month: Enter the Dragon
Jerome and Brian end their time in a post-apocalyptic world (or do they?) by discussing one of the best movies of 2015 and of the 2010s in Mad Max; Fury Road. It’s a reboot unlike any other as we get a stealth new lead character and one of the most bombastic settings ever put to film.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Autumn Apocalypse: Mad Max: Fury Road
It’s a doubleheader this week as Jerome and Brian spend a lot of time on trains. They try to wade through issues of class, protein bars made out of bugs, and worst of all, zombies as they discuss Snowpiercer (the movie, not the TNT show) and Train to Busan (the original, not the sequel)Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Autumn Apocalypse: Snowpiercer & Train to Busan
Jerome and Brian get a little goofy this week as they continue their month of road trips. They review a Disney movie that’s a bit of a cult classic among people of a certain age. How much scrutiny does the movie actually hold up to?Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Road Trippin’: A Goofy Movie
Jerome and Brian talk about what has become a cult classic in the comedy realm, Tommy Boy. It’s Chris Farley and David Spade at the peak of their powers. Find out what holds up after 20 years and what doesn’t.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Road Trippin’: Tommy Boy
Jerome and Brian continue their road trip by visiting an action comedy classic for the first time. Find out whether Midnight Run still holds up after all these years and the hot takes on smoking on airplanes as well as Robert DiNiro being Actually Good in comedies.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Road Trippin’: Midnight Run
Jerome and Brian are hitting the road this month as they discuss a series of “road trips” that mostly go terribly wrong but is about the friends made along the way.
In this case, Steve Martin and John Candy become friends and are stars of a Thanksgiving classic. Get on your favorite plane, train, or automobile (maybe even a bus) and enjoy our discussion of this film.Continue reading Pantheon Plus – Road Trippin’: Planes, Trains and Automobiles
This is one of the shortest episodes of any podcast Jerome and Brian have done together and with good reason. This movie is not very good, and most insultingly of all, it’s not funny. Listen as Jerome and Brian struggle to find the words to talk about this film.
Continue reading Pantheon Plus: Beverly Hills Cop III
Jerome and Brian continue their discussion of the Beverly Hills Cop 2 as the franchise becomes more action oriented with a new director in Tony Scott. Find out whether this is just as good an entry in the franchise. Set a timer and make sure you know your alphabet before listening to this episode. Continue reading Pantheon Plus: Beverly Hills Cop II