Rogue One is now available on Netflix and cheap bozos Dave and Joren watched it again to see if it holds up to a second viewing (or 3.75 views for Dave). They talk about it and where is sits in the Star Wars lexicon. Dave talks about his impending trip to the Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas and if there are any women at the show. They discuss eating unicorn, human, and non-meat meat and Valarian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Enjoy!
Dave's back and he has a tale to tell. The boys dump the nerd news (which Joren has always secretly hated) in favor of recounting tales from the fabulous San Diego Comic Con (AKA SDCC. Not sure why). They talk about the amazing cosplay, meeting single women at a huge con like this (and also finding a unicorn, which has about the same chance of showing up), the problem of too many souvenier bags, and lots more. Enjoy!
Are Shared Universes the thing? Find out as Joren and Dave discuss Shared Universes as the thing in movies and what the future holds. They discuss Dave's dating as per usual, Spider-Man Homecoming, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Fast and Furious in space, San Diego Comic Con, telepathy, Marvel's Captain Marvel, and a Silmarilian movie. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren get together and talk about CBS's new opus Star Trek: Discovery and if it has merit or not. They also talk about Baby Driver, 4th dates, living in a carboard box nightmare, if Luke's Light Saber would draw in tourists, profits from vaunted overseas ticket sales being crap, the next five Fantastic Beasts movies, Lootcrate, Sense8 and the danger of leaving a season on a cliffhanger without securing the next season, Wonder Woman, and Brent Spiner as the Joker. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren discuss the merits of shifting directors for the Han Solo Star Wars movie mid production from two relatively unknown comedy directors to the great and established Ron Howard. Then they get into candy dispensors featureing the most hated Star Wars character ever, the dangers of jumping from the MCU to the DCEU, delays on Rick and Morty season 3, Star Trek Discovery not being as lovey dovey as past shows, alien life and Goldilocks planets, why anyone would want another World War Z movie, Daniel Day Lewis, and Jurassic World 2. Enjoy!
Dave gets a girls number and talks about dating a well known character from Peanuts. He and Joren talk about the vision for Wonder Woman Joss Whedon had, Spider-Man Homecoming, most guys secret love of Pitch Perfect, Gal Gadot getting paid nothing for her role, the reasons for the delay for Star Trek: Discovyer, Haley Joe Osmond on Silicon Valley, and the new console for Atari. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren saw Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and to no ones surprise have some opinions about it. They also talk about "friend" dating, Tom Cruise flailing with the Mummy, Infinity War, if Joren would spend $250,000 to have Luke Skywalkers original Lightsaber, the new Doctor Who, Adam West, Universals Dork Universe, and if the Live Action Cowboy Bebop will feature any Asian actors. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren discuss Wonder Woman and what it means for a man to support feminism (and why most women are not attracted to feminist men). They also speculate as to what this means for the DCEU and Justice League movies, can a movie star dictate what roles he or she is offered, why a Landspeeder looks so wrong with wheels, which of the avalanche of craptastic upcoming movies looks most tolerable, why T.M. Miller is leaving Silicon Valley, why people who like zombies like zombies, and a slew of other stuff of general nerd interest. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren reflect on the worst box office Memorial Weekend in 19 years and why all the summer releases suck. They discuss more dating advice for Dave, if 11 years is a ridiculously long time between movies for Avatar, why a cosplayer would want to kill the Green Power Ranger, if two movies can be considered a franchise, whether or not hot Brazilain super models know anything about comic books, feminism and it's place in movie theater special events, and if anyone really cares about classic Universal monsters and how they could possible create their own Universe. Enjoy!
Dave and Joren discuss the overuse of computer generated images in movies these days and what it does to the viewing experience. They also discuss Alien Covenant, the high risk of being evicted in the Bay Area, DC movie directors crapping all over each other in a race to be the best of the worst, the Dark Crystal TV show, the value of tape cassettes in our futuristic modern times, riding a bike to work, Blingons, and a dude living in a permanent three way much to Dave's annoyance. Enjoy!