It’s a jam-packed week of catching you up on all the things that deserve your attention or apathy. This week Ryan catches us up on some WWE antics before we dive into the serialized offerings like Season 2 of Love, Death & Robots. We also have Glenn take through Apple TV’s adaptation of The Mosquito Coast. John takes us through the season finale of The Nevers and Mare of Easttown. Greg takes us through Apple TV’s Mythic Quest and three of the group talk about the Netflix docu-series Sons of Sam. We also bring you feature length conversation and reviews on Stowaway, Nobody and Those Who Wish Me Dead. We also remember the life and career of Charles Grodin. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
He shares a name with one of the most versatile food items known to man and he’s an equally versatile actor benefiting the landscape of entertainment as we know it. That’s right, Kevin Norwood Bacon is the subject of this week’s episode. Join us as we go through his filmography of some 95 projects and discuss how those projects makes the game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” possible. We even play a few rounds of the game on our own. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some bacon on this week’s trip to the Village.
The Elders sit down, break bread and discuss the things you should watch or avoid in the long and short form of media. We celebrate May the 4th by reviewing the first episode of Disney+’s The Bad Batch. We dive into the world of cults with reviews of Q:Into The Storm and Heaven’s Gate: Cult of Cults both from HBOMax. Ryan gives you his take on Mortal Kombat and Glenn bring’s us Without Remorse and Another Round. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager. So sit back, relax and make sure you hit the subscribe button to enjoy future episodes.
Ryan has returned from the mountains, grizzled and stocked with moonshine which we try throughout the episode while catching you up on what you should watch or avoid. We give our season review of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier from Disney+. John and Glenn review the newly released Mortal Kombat film. Glenn gives us his review of this year’s Best Picture, Nomadland. We discuss what a long, strange trip this year’s Oscars were and we crown this week’s Awesome Villager. So sit back, relax, and hit those like and subscribe buttons.
Down a Ryan and ready to talk entertainment, the remaining Elders settle in to catch you up on what’s worth your time or worth your scorn in television and film. We keep you updated on Falcon and Winter Soldier and bring you a review of the debut of the new, Disney+ series: Big Shot staring The Stamos. We also review the debut episodes of Amazon Prime’s adaptation of the Robert Kirkman comic series Invincible. We also review Chaos On The Bridge and Kid 90 before we get to a tournament to decide the worst video game film adaptation. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
After taking a week off, we return to catch you up on what you need to see or avoid in film and television. Ryan and John tell you if the new iteration of Wipeout is worth your time. Glenn checks in on The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. Everyone talks Falcon and Winter Soldier and John gets us some info on The Nevers and the season finale of The Walking Dead. We also bring you our review of Godzilla Vs. Kong. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
An unprecedented event in film history has occurred and two director’s have told the same story so we get to take a deep dive into the differences, and similarities between Joss Whedon’s Justice League and the newly released Snyder Cut of the film. We’ll give you our reviews, takeaways and our highlights and lowlights and discuss the future of the DCEU moving forward.
After last week’s focus on the blue and gold ticket days, we return to tell you about what we’ve been watching and whether or not you should invest any time in it. On the small screen, we talk about Destination Back to the Future, Murder Among the Mormons, Q: Into the Storm, Allen v Farrow. We also talk about the debut of Falcon & The Winter Soldier and we give the verdict on the three episode rule of Superman and Lois. On the larger screen we review USS Indianapolis, A Score To Settle, Kill Chain, Boss Level and Aftermath. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
We make it a Blockbuster night as we review the Netflix documentary The Last Blockbuster and Glenn interviews the rest of the group about their days working at the remembered rental retailer. We also discuss the Academy Award Nominations for this year and what we think of them. So sit back, relax and subscribe for this and more visits to the Village.
It’s one for the Village history books as Ryan and Greg decide to attempt the Death Nut Challenge. First though, we talk about tv in the form of The Walking Dead, Age of Samurai, Debris, Superman & Lois and we discuss the finale of WandaVision. We also talk about movies with Raya and The Last Dragon, I Care A Lot and Coming 2 America. All that, plus the crowning of this week’s Awesome Villager.