The trailer for Avengers: Infinity War dropped and we can't stop talking about it. We review this trailer and it's a million times better than the entire Justice League movie. Also, a priest calls James' kid ugly and we learn an important lesson about bananas.
It's our Justice League review! What did we think? Well...one of the alternate titles for this episode was "Everything Looks Like Crap."
Last week you may have been wondering why we mentioned a Thor: Ragnorak review that never actually happened. That's because we talked about wrestling for way longer than anticipated. We cut the Thor 3 review from last week's episode and included it here as this week's episode. Enjoy!
We went to the ECPW: Hudson Valley show to see past guest and reigning champion, Migs! We recount the experience and include some of the commentary recorded live at the show.
We talk about Harvey Weinstein. He's an asshole. Bottom Line: Don't be a dick. We also talk about loads of new geek movie trailers including Justice League, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Black Panther, The New Mutants, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and Runaways.
James recounts his trip to New York Comic Con in all his awkward glory, then we talk about this Rick & Morty Szechuan Sauce debacle. Also, the Netlflix Punisher delay.
(aka "Harambe Death Growl")
James gets an interesting SPAM offer, then provides his review of Kingsman: The Golden Circle. We also review the opening episode(s) of Marvel's Inhumans. One of us loved it for the wrong reasons.
It's a slobberknocker of an episode as we're joined by indie wrestler, Migs! We talk about all sorts of wrestling, including bears, 9 year old girls, and Godzilla, all in the squared circle.
Migs can be found online at his Facebook page. If you're local to the Hudson Valley, you can see Migs wrestle for the ECPW HV Heavyweight Championship on October 21st at Saint Patrick's Gym in Highland Mills, NY.
James gets a strange magazine surprise and shares adventures in children's birthday parties. We argue about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Ray Romano, and TellTale Games.