It’s a full slate of conversation this week as we dive in to what we’ve watched this past week.  We’ll bring you reviews of television series like Challenger: The Final Flight, Raised By Wolves and Away.  We’ll also give you an overview of the Emmy’s and what series took home top honors from the unconventional ceremony.  We’ll also fire up the big screen to bring you reviews of The Devil All The Time, Class Action Park, #Alive and Hackers and we’ll have a long conversation about the documentary The Social Dilemma.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

After narrowly avoiding mother nature, we meet again to mourn the Mexican Pizza and talk about movies and television.  We discuss HBO’s Lovecraft Country and the newly revealed Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.   I’m Thinking of Ending Things Claims another victim as Glenn brings us his review of the movie Ryan dares everyone to watch.  We also do a tournament to decide which discontinued menu item from fast food we miss the most and then Greg’s computer restarts so we lost half the sound file and have to recap it for you.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

As summer comes to a close, we gather to discuss things on the small and large screen that should get your attention or that you should steer clear from.  We discuss the Season 2 premiere of Amazon’s The Boys along with their adjusted release strategy.  We revisit Bill & Ted Face The Music and The Conjuring and The Conjuring Two.  Ryan and John tell us about “I’m Thinking Of Ending Things” and Glenn and John go to the newly opened, local AMC to see Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.  We also celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Nintendo’s Mario with a news round up and our personal lists of our Top 5 video game characters.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager is crowned.

After taking a week off due to Ryanlessness, the elders band together to catch you up on what you should know in pop culture.  On the small screen, we discuss The Vow, HBO Max’s animated Harley Quinn and the Netflix documentary series High Score.   We also talk about the resurgence of interest in Cobra Kai now that it has found its new home on Netflix.  We also bring your reviews of Gotti, Richard Jewel and Bill & Ted: Face The Music and we go over our reactions to some of the things from the first part of the DC Fandome event.  We also remember the life and career of a local legend along with the life and career of Chadwick Boseman.

It’s another exciting week at the village as Heather joins the Elders to taste a ridiculous amount of snacks and tell you all about what’s good and bad in film and television.  We talk about Poldark and Hard Knocks on the small screen and then we bring you reviews of I Kill Giants, The Way Back, and Project Power and John revisits Midway.  We also try a new feature where we put together a film of our own based on a cast whose birthdays are this week.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

At full strength another week, the elders get together to tell you about a wide range of things to watch and avoid in film and television.  Glenn will let you know his take on the premiere of Star Trek: Lower Decks on CBS All Access.  Ryan and John discuss the Amazon Prime docu-series The Last Narc and Glenn and John dip their toes into the second season on Netflix’s Umbrella Academy.  We also bring you reviews of Jojo Rabbit, American Pickle, Bombshell, The Old Guard, Jumanji: The Next Level and Bad Boys For Life.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

John returns from the wilderness a hardened man with new skills and he uses them to help us tell you about all the things you should watch or stay away from.  This week, we discuss, P. Valley, the new Muppets show on Disney+ as well as Ryan’s recent dive into What We Do in the Shadows.  We also bring you review of the 8th (yes, 8th) film in the Sniper franchise: Assassin’s End and we tell you about The Current War: Director’s Cut and whether it’s worth a watch.  We also evaluate the career of Charlize Theron with a win/loss record and decide who takes home the title of this week’s Awesome Villager.

With John away, we have special guest Sondra come to talk with us about all the things you should be watching or should be avoiding.  We discuss Down To Earth with Zac Efron on Netflix.  The Syfy Channel documentary Todd McFarlane: Like Hell I Won’t, and Ryan and Sondra discussing the latest iteration of The Babysitters Club.  Ryan also brings us a review of Midway and we have a tournament to decide the best Disney villain song.  All that and more plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Welcome back to the village this week so we can talk about all the things we think you might want to know about.  This week, you’ll hear our take on the new streaming service from Universal, Peacock, and it’s adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.  John will give you a run down on Schitt’s Creek.    Ryan and John discuss the movie, The Old Guard on Netflix.  We also celebrate the birthday of the late Robin Williams  by putting together an essential box set of his movies.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Glenn returns to discuss his take on Hamilton and we dive into a host of what’s up in entertainment.  We go to the small screen for our takes on Warrior Nun, Batwoman and the new Jim Jeffries Netflix Special: Intolerant.  On the the larger screen we discuss, Artemis Fowl, Palm Springs, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Bad Education and Greyhound.  We also discuss the most iconic masks in entertainment, remember some people we lost this week and name this week’s Awesome Villager.