Episode 144: Shang-Chi Spoiler Discussion

The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, is finally and Nate and Josh need to talk about it! They go into a full spoiler filled discussion on the movie while breaking down the past week’s movie news including: Shang-Chi sets new Labor Day box office record with $80+Continue reading “Episode 144: Shang-Chi Spoiler Discussion”

Episode 143: Underrated Comic Book Movie Performances

In honor of Shang-Chi, Nate and Josh take a look at often overlooked performances in the world of comic book movies. They also breakdown the past week’s movie news including: Lionsgate moving forward with Expendables 4; Tony Jaa, Megan Fox and 50 Cent added to cast Jungle Cruise 2 is happening for Disney Texas ChainsawContinue reading “Episode 143: Underrated Comic Book Movie Performances”

Episode 142: Favorite Animated Series

This week, Nate discusses his all time favorite animated series ranging from Rescue Heroes to Batman the animated series! He also breaks down the past week’s movie news including: Spider-Man No Way Home Trailer Eternals final trailer Black Canary movie coming to HBO Max 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea prequel coming to Disney Plus AnyaContinue reading “Episode 142: Favorite Animated Series”

Episode 141: All News All Day

Josh is out of comission this week so Nate tackles the week’s movie news solo. He goes over what he’s been watching and reading as well as the following movie news topics: Warner Bros and AMC agree to shrink theatrical window to 45 days, AMC raising ticket prices and reducing showtimes James Gunn to haveContinue reading “Episode 141: All News All Day”

Episode 140: Rebooking the DCEU

The DCEU has struggled to reach the same level of success as its Marvel counterpart and a big part of that is a lack of planning. This week, in honor of the release of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, Nate and Josh breakdown how they would have outlined the DCEU across multiple films and phases.Continue reading “Episode 140: Rebooking the DCEU”

Episode 138: Best Origin Movies

To celebrate the ten year anniversary of Captain America: The First Avenger as well as the release of Snake Eyes, Nate and Josh discuss the best origin movies. This could be any origin movies ranging from comic book movies to action thrillers! They also breakdown the past week’s movie news including: Loki series getting aContinue reading “Episode 138: Best Origin Movies”

Episode 134: What If Marvel Never Sold Its Film Rights?

Sure, Marvel is one of the biggest names in the entertainment world now but flashback 20 years ago and the company was on the brink of disaster. Desperate for cash, they sold the film rights to some of their most iconic comic book characters. This week, Nate and Josh breakdown an alternate timeline where MarvelContinue reading “Episode 134: What If Marvel Never Sold Its Film Rights?”

Episode 133: Series With No Bad Movies

Making a good movie is hard work but consistently making good movies is even harder. What are those movie series that seem to always knock it out of the park every time up to the plate? Nate and Josh discuss that very topic this week! They also breakdown the past week’s movie news including: AContinue reading “Episode 133: Series With No Bad Movies”

Episode 132: Movie Not-So Good Guys

We all love a good movie hero but sometimes, the movie “hero” may not always be the nicest person or not be that heroic at all. So, Nate and Josh ruffle some feathers this week as they pitch movie good guys they think may not be as nice as we make them out to be!Continue reading “Episode 132: Movie Not-So Good Guys”

Episode 131: Pitching Comic Book Movie Ideas

Josh and Nate like to talk about stories and concepts they would love to see as a movie someday. So, this week they bring three ideas each for how they would write specific superhero franchise. They also breakdown the past week’s movie news including: Eternals teaser trailer Timothée Chalamet cast as Willy Wonka in anContinue reading “Episode 131: Pitching Comic Book Movie Ideas”

Episode 127: Comic Book Legacy Characters

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a steady increase in legacy comic book characters making their way into the mainstream. Legacy characters are any characters that were no the original version of said character. For example, Sam Wilson Captain America and Miles Morales Spider-Man would both be considered legacy characters. This week, Nate andContinue reading “Episode 127: Comic Book Legacy Characters”