The Rise of R Rated Heroes

April 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

There has been an incredible shift in recent years regarding comics, superheroes and movies. I grew up with different versions of Batman, Superman and an onslaught of varying X-Men line-ups. It was always cool to see Batman kick some bad guy ass and Wolverine always carved the heads off of Sentinels like nobody’s business. Even the Justice League America cartoons, Batman Animated Series and X-Men Animated series got a bit grittier and serious to reflect the true nature of the struggles of being a superhero. As I got older, however, I quickly realized that the only place I would be able to continue to see the seriousness of my beloved characters grow with me are within graphic novels. Movies such as Batman Forever and Batman […]

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, Episode 4: “100 Percent Not Guilty” Review

April 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

“Absolutely 100 percent not guilty.” That’s what Cuba Gooding, Jr. confidently claimed when his character was asked how he pled. I wanted to punch him in the face, mainly because he delivered the line with the same smugness that the real O.J. Simpson did more than 20 years ago. The fourth episode finally brings the action inside the courtroom, and it was certainly well worth the wait. Some more details were revealed, such as the defense’s dirty tactic of calling for a hearing about how many hairs could be pulled from O.J.’s head, despite the fact that the prosecutors asked for a standard sample. When Judge Lance Ito (Kenneth Choi) was referred to as “honorable” before his entrance into the courtroom, I couldn’t help but […]

Movie Review: Krampus

February 27, 2016 // 0 Comments

The holiday season has been over for almost two months already, but we’re going to ignore that like good little girls and boys and focus on my review for this awesome Christmas movie. Krampus is the story of a boy named Max, who no longer believes in Santa Claus and has lost faith in the Christmas season as a result of dealing with his dysfunctional family’s constant bickering. Unbeknownst to Max, his lack of Christmas spirit has brought upon his family the wrath of Krampus, an ancient creature of evil whose purpose is to punish those who dare to turn their backs on their belief in the holiday. Max’s parents, aunts, uncle, and cousins must put their differences aside and unite to protect each other in order to ensure Krampus does not complete his macabre mission. The story is based […]

Episode 59: “Bearded Women, Alligators & The Great Chicken Heist”

February 21, 2016 // 0 Comments Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome back to yet another action-packed episode that is only sightly more exhilarating than getting soap in your peehole while showering! This time around we discuss why it’s a bad idea to die at someone’s house, getting stabbed by an unsuspecting culprit and how much chicken a father and son were able to get away with. For some brutal tunage, stick around until the end of the episode for awesome music by our friends in Til Our Collapse from Leominster, MA! Until next time, we’re out! PEACE! Tweet

Episode 58: “Ghost Towns, Home Intruders & Pizza University”

December 19, 2015 // 0 Comments Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWelcome back to yet another fun-filled episode guaranteed to make your kids forget about the miracle of Christmas! For our last episode of 2015, we discuss a literal ghost town in America that is for sale, what happens to the worse home burglar of all time and what you should have majored in, instead of your useless degree in Art History! We also talk about some holiday cheer and what’s to come in 2016. Stick around to the end to hear some awesome tunes from our friend in A World Extinctfrom Corvina, CA! Be in a band that doesn’t suck and we’ll feature you on an upcoming episode! Send everything to [email protected]! Until next year, we’re out! […]

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