The week in which we welcome the show into the year 2017, mourn the deaths of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, talk Everything is Terrible’s Jerry Maguire pop up rental shop, lament the latest IMAX delay, praise NBC making a puppet contestant show, and the chronicle the continued rise of Snapchat. Steve shares his impressions of Batman: Arkham VR, The Jungle Book, and Mad Max: Fury Road’s Black & Chrome edition while I talk Rogue One, Sausage Party, and Run The Jewels 3. Plus, Damien Chazelle is reteaming with Ryan Gosling on a Neil Armstrong biopic, China (via Alibaba) continues to attempt to take over the entertainment world, and Amazon moves closer to VR as the tech world promises early adopters won’t get left behind.
The episode in which I thank Steve for a great birthday present, we dissect Sony’s Playstation 4 Pro, speculate over the latest James Bond rumor, ridicule Apple for always being behind the curve, dream about Virginia Tech’s drone delivered Mexican food, and get sidetracked a ton before spending a lot of time on the DCEU especially Batman’s solo outing. Plus, Shanghai Dawn, Mallrats 2, my never ending love for Step Up and Magic Mike, Syfy’s upcoming hybrid 2D/VR project, Taco Bell fun facts, and more!
The week in which Wanda has been added to the Fortune 500, Legendary is making a Pokemon movie, VCR production is finally coming to an end, Max Landis is behind the new Pepe Le Pew movie, Marvel and DC’s latest Hall H announcements, Lionsgate’s rumored game plan for Divergent, Brazil’s Globo is the first broadcaster to join the 4K HDR party, and Nate Parker is already setting up shop for his next production. Also, Twitch joins the fight against Counter Strike: GO gambling, Twitter allows anyone to submit for its blue checkmark, Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s new master plan, the Mr. Robot VR broadcast, Blair Witch, and a Kentucky man stops his movie theater fight by pulling out a gun.
The episode in which we speculate what The Hateful Eight announcement will be, review Amazon’s premium add-on subscription offerings, Netflix doubling original content in 2016, VR feeling closer than ever/my first impressions of Google Cardboard, Ang Lee returning to 3D filmmaking, The Rock making an 80s style buddy action comedy, Lionsgate possibly making prequels to The Hunger Games, Universal’s shared monster universe casting rumors, and Mr. Robot season 2 being helmed entirely by Sam Esmail.
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 episode in which we mourn the recent passing of Wes Craven, the future of the Alien film universe, our reactions to fan service, movies being adapted to TV, IMAX releases, the next mega blockbuster, how the internet reacts to them post-release, and the interactive movie/choose your own adventure video games out there.