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Two Cents 092: I’ll Scream for Paid Streams

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.

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Two Cents 090: The Kosher Nostra

The episode in which The Academy begins fixing its accountability problem, Samsung makes a big splash with the Galaxy S8, Joss Whedon/Aaron Sorkin superhero rumors, Blumhouse may adapt Five Nights at Freddy’s, I share my breakthrough VR experience with Werewolves Within, Palmer Luckey has left Facebook/Oculus, Venice Film Festival fully embraces virtual reality. Plus the fake Seth Rogen/Evan Goldberg script that floated around town, my continued vendetta against Lee Daniels’s Terms of Endearment remake/thoughts on remake culture, and the evolution of Amazon/Twitch programming, especially versus Netflix.

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Two Cents 063: Think Outside The Bun

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!

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Two Cents 062: Spoderman n Frendz

The slow week in which I try a different format, Amazon might have landed the next Linklater flick, Arclight Theaters are on Fandango, I share a funny/sad coincidence about Dollar Reviews 028, Transformers 5 casting King Arthur and its possible cementing of a trend, my second attempt at making “live-reaction” a thing, and DC and Marvel news (with an unrequested re-review of Spiderman: Civil War). Plus, Jon Favreau made a virtual reality experience, Steve finally got a Google Cardboard, we guess why HTC Vive and Oculus Rift sales are stagnant, Linden Labs and IMAX reveal more about their VR gambles, and the future of education in a digital world.

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Two Cents 051: Finger on The Pulse (w/Cynical Cartoons)

The episode in which we start with gun shots instead of movie shoots, talk Star Wars and its new videogames, worries about Kevin Smith moving to TV, Superman coming back to The CW, the latest on DC’s animated films, leading up to the main event: Despite its modest box office take, how much did Comcast tip the numbers in their favor. Plus, with E3 in mind, are permabans becoming the new trend in gaming, Blizzard brings livestreaming to Facebook, and Mel Gibson’s making a Passion of the Christ sequel.

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Two Cents 050: Overachievement Unlocked (w/Cynical Cartoons)

The episode in which Steve is taking a sabbatical so Tyler from Future Horse joins me, Flash has a Dope new director, Rogue One is going through reshoots, news on the Sicario sequel, Power Rangers, Google is taking steps to prevent Skynet, holographic performances at the Museum of Comedy, stupid backlash over X-Men, Ubisoft is adapting another IP to the big screen, and the reemergence of the musical and disaster flick. Plus, Netflix is making a show about female wrestlers, Atari is trying to stay relevant, and I gush over the promise of VR for a new set of ears (and why it won’t be the next fad like 3D).

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Two Cents 043: Bright Lights, Big Shitty (Theater Experience)

The episode in which North Carolina is cut off from porn, AMC Theaters let the internet scare them away from making smartphone friendly auditoriums, Fandango is changing the ticketing game, Avatar is now getting 4 sequels, Mark Rylance is Steven Spielberg’s new favorite actor, Pokemon might get the live action treatment, and the Loch Ness Monster was found. Plus, we dedicate a section just to superhero news (#Batfleck), speculate about Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs, Sony’s Emoji movie doesn’t sound horrible, Star Trek Beyond in Barco Escape, another Fahrenheit 451 adaptation, and the return of Warren Beatty.