In our first Greg-less episode as he is away on his honeymoon, we celebrate our beloved show runner and discuss his likes and dislikes and determine whether his opinions or correct or not.
With the release of Cry Macho, we offer up a double box set of the films of Clint Eastwood—one as an actor and one as a director.
We have returned after a natural disaster disrupted our usually scheduled programming. We catch you up on our activities during Ida and its aftermath, and try to bring some normalcy back to the Village.
It’s another sunrise over the Village and we sit down to go over the things you should watch or avoid. Disney+ offers up What If? and Star Wars: The Bad Batch. Starz introduces us to Heels. AppleTV+ continues offering up Ted Lasso and Paramount+ gives us another season of Star Trek: Lower Decks. We also continue the love story of our Ryan with Ryan Reynolds in our review of Free Guy. You don’t want to miss an episode so make sure you hit that subscribe button and follow us on social media where you can tell us if you’d like to see a full episode devoted to Ryan’s favorite actor.
Inspired by the viewing of the documentary about his life, the Elders sit down discuss the life and career of Val Kilmer.
Ryan is back for a remotely recorded episode where we catch you up on things you should watch or avoid. We report on how the Olympics are going so far. Glenn fills us in on Family Game Night. Greg catches us up on Ted Lasso and John takes us through White Lotus. Ryan revisits the John Candy classic, Only The Lonely and we bring you reviews of Willy’s Wonderland, The Suicide Squad and Disney’s Jungle Cruise. All that and this week’s Awesome Villager. So hit that subscribe button and listen to this week’s visit to the Village.
We’re doing a second round of our series of focuses on getting to know a Village Elder. This go around, Greg is interviewed by Glenn and John. So sit back, relax and learn a little more.
It’s another episode packed full of discussion as we sit down to tell you what to watch or avoid with your valuable time. We discuss The Movies That Made Us Season 2, the debut of Masters of the Universe: Revelation from Netflix and Kevin Smith. Glenn tells us about Disney’s Behind The Attraction, CNN’s History of the Sitcom and Apple’s Schmigadoon! We also give the full season review of Loki and tell you whether you should watch Space Jam: A New Legacy, Snake Eyes: G.I.Joe Origins and Gunpowder Milkshake. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
Now that the Dominic Toretto memes have taken the internet by storm, we sit down to decide the best family from pop culture. Could they go to space? Could they kick missles? Could they jump cars between skyscrapers? Could they beat an Infinity Gauntlet powered Thanos in combat? We don’t know, but we have fun talking about it. So grab your favorite treat and make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss another conversation here at the Village.
It’s Ryan’s favorite holiday, Shark Week. As we take a break from dolphin year to focus on nature’s slack-jawed, swimming, eating machine, the Elders also sit down to discuss the things we watched to help direct your viewing time. Glenn tell’s us about the documentary, Shark Beach and John and Ryan discuss Sophie: A Murder in West Cork. Greg tells us about Batman: Gotham By Gaslight while Ryan revisits Luca and Boss Level. We also bring you reviews of Tomorrow War and Good on Paper before we settle in for the main event, our review of Black Widow. All that, plus the crowing of this week’s Awesome Villager. You don’t want to miss a moment, so sit back, relax and smash the like and subscribe buttons wherever you find them.