We discuss the eerie, minimalist storytelling of Inside, the power of limited storytelling, and consider the possibility of a great video-game director.
Matt reveals Papa Orth's Oscar thoughts, we speculate on our parents' least favorite best picture nominees, and we share our worst movie theater experiences (and what you can learn from them).
Our holiday special is the culmination of 2 years of discussion about Quentin Tarantino's controversial film Hateful 8. The conversation is a spoiler heavy look at the film's successes and failures to critique cultural issues, and a celebration of its humor, performances, and technical mastery.
We take our show on the road with special guest Jeff Becker. We walk through the 2009 flop Land of the Lost. Does anyone remember this movie? Where does it stand in the Will Farrel filmography? Does Danny McBride runaway with this movie?
We're back after our summer time break. We shoot from the hip and wing it this week with unrehearsed takes on the skyrocketing price of old video games, Harrison Ford's abuse of Ryan Goslings' face, and the declining fortunes of aging theater tycoon Martin Regal.
The Bracket Challenge format returns to determine which cereal rules the grocery store shelf. Special guest Ryan Etheridge offers culinary insight and custom cereal cookies.
We're back! In news, we discuss Lena Dunham's lies about dog ownership, Quentin Tarantino's new script, and our signature wrestling moves. After Ty explains "The Mule Kick", we look back on Daniel Day Lewis' career and examine the degradation of method acting.
We tackle five complex topics in this weeks Mega News episode: Harry Potter's 20th birthday, NBA nepotism, Blade Runner's 35th birthday (and status as the best movie you've never seen), the success of GLOW, and Ty's attempt to enjoy college football while maintaining his sanity. BONUS: A field report from Tim Tebow's last day as a Columbia Firefly.
Matt Orth makes his triumphant return to discuss our favorite front-to-back albums, songs we'd want playing while trying to survive a hypothetical life-or-death dance party scenario, and the mummification of Tom Cruise' acting career.
Why is this movie so cool? The exquisite beauty of shooting people in the face. John Wick is a lean throw back action series that has so much style. Also Jerry Seinfeld might be out to hurt your feelings.
A sprawling discussion of the new Gorillaz album, Liam Ghallager's irrelevant opinions, a definitive explanation of what makes art good, and the debut of our new segment "News!".
There can be only one! This showdown had to come and only one can go home with the prize. But, in this instance is that a good thing? Matt Orth reprises his role as special guest.
Part 2 of the epic clash between your favorite and not so favorite Disney villains. Grab your torch or pitchfork and jump into round two of our increasingly evil bracket. Featuring special guest Matt Orth.
We dive deep into the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Are these movies as good as you remember? Are the extended hidden gems or complete trash? Can Legolas really do that? We answer these questions and throw Peter Jackson's under the bus in a critique no one asked for.
A poorly planned re-up. We talk Fargo, Ty's breakup with sports, and toss shoutouts with reckless abandon. We answer all the questions of the universe. Where did our name come from? Who exactly are Jon and Ty? Lets get to bottom of these hard hitting questions.