The episode where I flesh out a future Dollar Reviews podcast during a mock Patreon ad break for Fleshlight (1:11:07), Joss Whedon takes over Justice League duties after a tragedy in the Snyder family, I get alarmed by the shelf life of disasters in the face of Disney escapism, Sony goes down Uncharted territory with Tom Holland and Gina Prince-Bythewood, and Universal unveils its Dark Universe. Plus, Amazon + Steven Soderbergh, VR porn (for the umpteenth time), the future of festival ticketing, and creating movies via breakout tweets.
The episode in which I try to sell you on supporting us via Patreon thru being able to witness me piss my pants in VR horror, Hulu keeps building its library up, James Wan is making a Smart House movie, James Gunn is returning for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Captain Marvel has found a directing duo, and Fox dated a ton of projects, including Avatar sequels. Plus, Facebook’s new 8K VR camera and Social app, Ridley Scott’s VR production arm, Sony figuring out vertical integration, the latest in HDR advancements, some fun Netflix numbers, the battle for Bond 25, and the SNES Classic Edition.
The episode in which David joins us to chat about Amazon’s confusing Chi-Raq release strategy, George Lucas selling Star Wars to white slavers, CBS shutting down a Star Trek fan film, details on Christopher Nolan’s next film, the possible rise of 70mm, The CW’s DC Film Universe special, Joss Whedon moving on from Marvel, the future of 007, the possible return of NC-17/AO ratings. Plus our predictions for the tech to come at CES and dialogue about VR porn.
The episode in which we talk about #ForceForDaniel, Jon Stewart coming to HBO, the streaming only Star Trek series, Activision creating a film division, Sony making another Steig Larson movie, Duncan Jones’s Warcraft and Mute, Key and Peele voicing a stop motion flick, Shane Carruth’s next project’s crazy, good cast, and the Luther TV movie. Plus, reviews for Spectre, The Peanuts Movie, Man From Reno, Irreversible, and Netflix’s Master of None.
The episode in which we discuss where huge franchises are going, Steven Soderbergh’s next project having interactive narrative paths, Tarantino recording movies on VHS, Taika Waititi being tapped to direct Thor: Ragnarok, Phil Lord and Chris Miller adapting Serial, the next wave of films being transported to the small screen, planes offering “free” movie streaming, and Amazon bullying Google and Apple to support Prime Instant Video. Plus we discuss The Iron Giant, Creep, Baghead, and Peter Jackson’s Braindead (aka Dead Alive).
The episode in which we talk about James Bond theme songs, Legendary making a Godzilla vs King Kong movie, WB setting a date for the next Christopher Nolan film, a Trainspotting sequel, the AMC Preacher show getting a series order, Snapchat joining the original content party, and Apple living in the tech past. Plus, we give reviews to Chappie, Jupiter Ascending, and Shane Black’s Monster Squad.
The episode in which we mention some upcoming biopics, rumors for Apple’s latest event, Hulu finally giving you a way to remove adds, the importance of the commercial break, Force Friday, Sony’s bad luck, and if they can turn it around by finally making the great videogame adaptation.
The premiere episode of the Dollar Reviews podcast in which Bryon invites David to his apartment to talk about the latest James Bond spectacle