With everyone stuck indoors, we thought it might be a good time to let you guys know us a bit better.  Today we have the third part of our series where you get to hear from one of us the entire time.  Today we’ll introduce you to Ryan and you’ll get to hear him say a lot of things.  Some heartfelt.  Some funny.  All of it genuine.  Thank you all for listening.  We hope you and those close to you stay safe.

Being stuck inside isn’t the greatest, but we’re here to entertain you with another visit to the Village.  This week we’ll discuss the finale of HBO’s Avenue 5 and bring you a review of Bloodshot along with some ideas we have for things you can do while you’re hunkered down at home.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Another sun rises over the village and we meet to talk about all you need to know in movies and television.  We bring you our thoughts of High Fidelity and The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez.  We also go to the cinema for reviews of Impractical Jokers and Onward before we sit down to do a tournament to decide the best Pixar villain.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

After Glenn goes on an eventful family vacation to Walt Disney World and survives, he returns to fill us in on his experience.  We also catch you up on Picard from CBS All Access and Star War: Clone Wars from Disney +.  We also give you our review of The Invisible Man.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

After a week off, we return sans a Glenn to get you caught up on things that deserve your attention or disdain.  This week, we’ll discuss Narcos, Hunters and Love is Blind on the small screen before finally bringing you our review of Birds of Prey or Harley Quinn or whatever you choose to call it.  We also discuss the local impact of Mardi Gras and decide on the title of this week’s Awesome Villager.

We invite you along for all of our most auspicious events and this week is no different as we taste test Oreos and leftover Oscar Party foods while bringing you the latest in film and TV.  We discuss the series finale of Arrow and the midseason premiere of The Flash.  We also tell you about the 30 for 30 documentary about Michael Vick, McMillions and The Pharmacist from Netflix and Ryan brings you his review of Parasite.  All that, plus our recap of the Oscars and this week’s Awesome Villager.

In the aftermath of the Super Bowl (don’t sue us), we sit down sans Glenn and plus a Louann to discuss the things you should watch or avoid this week.  Join us as we discuss Avenue 5 from HBO, Sex Education and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina from Netflix.  We also bring you reviews of Parasite and The Rhythm Section before we dive into what Louann thought of the MCU after avoiding all the movies for ten years and them binging them all in a short period.  All that plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Podcasts.  The not really final frontier.  This is a voyage of the Awesome Village.  It’s continuing mission, to talk about random things.  To review movies and television.  To boldly give you opinions you didn’t ask for.  Like this week, we give you reviews of Curb Your Enthusiasm and the newly minted Star Trek: Picard.  We also revisit Knives Out and Ryan brings us the horror movies of The Turning and Cats.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Bad Boys dominate the box office and the Academy released the nominees for this year’s Oscars and we are here to give your thoughts on not only that, but what you should and shouldn’t be watching in movies and television.  On the small screen, we bring you reviews of Avenue 5, Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez and the five-part Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover of the CW Arrowverse series.  We also give your our review of Two Popes and do a tournament to decide on the best cops.  All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.

Back for another week of telling you what you should and shouldn’t watch in the world of movies and television.  This week we bring you conversations about The Witcher, Dracula and Don’t F**K With Cats from Netflix and The Loudest Voice from Showtime.  Before the Academy releases this years Oscar Nominations, we tell you if we think Spies In Disguise and 1917 have a shot and we give you the win/loss record for Will Smith.  All of that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.