Part two of our maxi-sized episode focuses on the bigger screen with reviews of Judas and The Black Messiah, A Promising Young Woman, Little Things, and Nomadland. We also continue our newly minted tradition of mining the Nic Cage vault of low-budget, potential classics. All that, plus a film-related Awesome Villager.
It’s all TV this time as we sit together and break the bread of fish sandwiches. We’ll discuss Pixar Popcorn, Lupin, Kenan, Young Rock, Framing Britney Spears, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel and the newest episode of WandaVision. It’s an episode so full of conversation, we had to record a second one that you’ll hear soon enough. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
Villagers, due to a weather event here in the city of New Orleans, we won’t have a new episode this week. Join us here or wherever you listen to podcasts next Wednesday for a new episode.
In the aftermath of this year’s “big game” we sit down to try Oreos, discuss our thoughts and give you the skinny on what you should watch or avoid on your screens. This week we’ll continue our analysis of WandaVision and bring you our thoughts on The Equalizer and Resident Alien’s debuts. We’ll review Mank, News of the World, The Dig and Glenn will tell you about his latest journey into the mind of Nic Cage with Mom and Dad. We’ll also take you through the things that have aired directly after the Superbowl through the years. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Vilager.
It’s a long one, folks. We get together to discuss Queen’s Gambit, Spycraft, and Time: The Kalief Browder Story from Netflix. We also take you through the game changing new episode of WandaVision from Disney+. We review The Little Things, Outside the Wire and The Runner before we dive into a massive tournament for the best cinematic serial killer outing. We also say goodbye to a group of entertainers who have left us and we crown this week’s Awesome Villager. So sit back, relax, and make sure you subscribe and share while you enjoy this week’s visit to the Village.
After our Nic Cage focused episode, we sit down to go over the feedback and return to a bit of the normal routine. This week, we talk about the new season of Batwoman, Nightstalker and we break down WandaVision after three episodes to let you know if you should keep watching. We also bring you reviews of Mandy, Primal, Season of the Witch from the “Cage movies we haven’t seen” library and we also review One Night in Miami, Godfather: Coda and Love and Monsters. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Villager.
We promised and we delivered. This episode is 95.367% Nic Cage centered. We discuss the man, his background, his career. Ryan tries to pinpoint the exact moment the train that was his mind took a break from the tracks. We discuss our thoughts on a night out with Cage in New Orleans and what it would be like. We go over his filmography for a win/loss record and we build the Cage Essentials box set for your enjoyment. Enjoy the fun on this visit to the village.
We need a bit of levity this week and we’ll gift it to you as well as you take another visit to the village. This week we’ll discuss the watch-worthiness of The Stand on CBS All Access. We’ll talk about the season finale of Star Trek: Discovery. We’ll introduce you to the new game show, The Hustler and we’ll tell you about our lessons from Professor Nic Cage with The History Of Swear Words on Netflix. We’ll also bring you a review of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom from Netflix and we’ll bring you a tournament to decide the most underrated thing in pop culture. All that, plus this week’s Awesome Vilager.
It’s a new year. It’s a not so new us. We sit down for an in-depth discussion about the ending of 2020 and hopes for the new year. We also talk about the explosive, third season of Cobra Kai from Netflix, the naughty actions of Entertainment Weekly and we sit down for the annual battle to decide Awesome Villager of the year for 2020. Sit back, relax and makes sure you subscribe and share as we embark on another trip around the sun.
We’ve made it to the last episode of 2020 and what an episode it is. We let you know whether or not Bridgerton is worth borrowing a Netflix password to watch or not. We break down the emotions of the season finale of The Mandalorian. We also bring you reviews of Midnight Sky, Wonder Woman 84, and Soul. We also crown the final Awesome Villager of this year before next week’s decision as to who is the most Awesome Villager of a dismal year.