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.
It’s time to get the female perspective as the Elders are joined by a few wonderful ladies to chat with us this week. As the release of Black Widow looms over the horizon, we sit down for a conversation about female characters in film and television. We discuss their importance, impact and how we think they stack up in the overall pantheon of their genre. So sit back, relax, and welcome Crystal, Sondra and Heather as they join us for a meal and conversation and remember to hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss out on future content.
The Elders return with tons of content to help you decide what to watch or avoid. This week we discuss the season finale of Mythic Quest from AppleTV+, our three episode rule evaluation of Loki, our assessment of Kevin Can *$%# Himself and Greg goes over a show his grandmother recommended, Escape to the Chateau. We also bring you reviews of The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, Luca and Batman: Hush before deciding on this week’s Awesome Villager. So sit back, relax and make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss out on the conversation week in and week out.
The history of cinema is filled with memorable roles that had very little screen-time. This week, we take a deep dive into those roles as we discuss small parts with big actors. Join us for some fun and a few surprises as we decide which small amount of screen time had the most impact on a much larger story. Sit back, relax and make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss out on the next visit to the village.
The Elders are joined by Ryan’s sister, Louann to break down what is worthy of your valuable time on the big and small screens. We discuss the debut of Loki on Disney+ along with Tell Me Your Secrets and the new season of Kominsky Method. We also discuss the debut of Sweet Tooth on Netflix before diving into our reviews of Cruella, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and In The Heights. We also remember Ned Beatty. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
Hungry for another visit to the village? We’ve got you covered. This one’s all about food. Best steak in a movie? Best feast? We’ve got you covered as we sit down for a meal and some conversation. So sit back, relax, grab your favorite dish and enjoy this visit to the village banquet table.
Summer is beginning at the Village and we sit down to give you another update on what you should watch or steer clear of in short and long form story telling. This week, John and Ryan discuss the finale of Mare of Easttown. Glenn tells us about his experience watching Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. on Hulu. We also tell you about our experiences watching the HBOMax Friend’s Reunion before giving you our reviews of Army of the Dead and A Quiet Place II. All that, plus we crown this week’s Awesome Villager. So sit back, relax and make sure you’re subscribed so you can visit us weekly.
Welcome back for another special edition week where we revisit an old, favorite feature: Does it Hold Up? We’ll each dive into a movie we haven’t seen from days of yore and let you know if it holds up today. We also go through a tournament to decide which tv series had the best instrumental theme song. So sit back, relax and make sure you subscribe for another visit to the Awesome Village.