The Take did a two part video essay on the last season of Game of Thrones.
It’s an unauthorized biography of JRR Tolkien!
The composer is the unsung hero of genre films. An excellent symphonic score can make a bad film tolerable (see, e.g. Conan the Barbarian),
Ready Player One purports to be a work celebrating pop culture. In many ways, it does a poor job of it.
Gabbing Geek’s own Tom Kelly is doing an amazing re-watch of all of the top 100 films as recognized by the AFI. Standing around
We’ve reached the end of season four for Jimmy and Tom’s Game of Thrones discussion with the episodes “The Watchers on the Wall” and “The Children”.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Jimmy and Tom finish off season one with “Baelor” and “Fire and Blood”
It’s been two years since we had an episode look back at an entire decade’s worth of pop culture, so it was time to bring it back with a look at the naughts, the nothings, the 2000s. We bust out some RODs (Rent/Own/Delete) for movies, then pick our favorite theme songs, and wrap it up with another Jenny Trivia game that’s bound to stir up controversy.
You know what happens when Jenny goes on vacation leaving just Watson and Ryan to record a podcast? That’s right–numbers, numbers, numbers! In episode 111 (or 7 if you speak binary), the Y-chromosomes talk about manly things: our box office prediction game, how opening weekend multipliers have fallen over the last 20 years and what that means for the movie industry, and Watson leads a game of seeing whose box office is bigger.