Toxic families, panic attacks, and soul mates have everyone hot and bothered this week. Take a listen to see what Sam and Middle Earth have to say!
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THEME MUSIC COURTESY
Bradley David Parsons
To fully review a movie like Captain Marvel you need to spoil some things. It’s inevitable and necessary. For those of you who wish to go in as blind as I did, I’ll keep this first part spoiler free. My version of spoiler free, which means ZERO plot and character details.
Anyone who has ever listened to my podcast or read any of my work knows I’m very critical of Marvel. I feel that too many people grant them a pass on all their problems and grade on a curve. When movies like “Ant-Man and the Wasp” are getting 7s and 8s out of 10, I feel like I missed a round of kool-aid. Not saying that it was a bad film at all; it was a blast. Was it Captain Marvel? Absolutely not. Captain Marvel is exactly the movie I wanted and avoids nearly all the pitfalls I was afraid of. I haven’t been this impressed with a Marvel outing since the first Avengers.
Continue reading Captain Marvel: Review
Bryan is the Host and Producer of After the Hype. He loves talking. About everything. But mostly Batman, Star Wars and Green Lantern.
He also lives in Los Angeles and works in TV Post Production
Hi! You’ve reached the two-part finale of Venture Bros Season Three: The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together. And what a ride it has been! Bryan Dressel is joined on this jam-packed, extra long episode by Nicholas “Ackee” Friedemann, Graham “Mangosteen” Mason, and Matt “Miracle Fruit” Dykes. Stay tuned to the very end of the episode for a special appearance from Brok Holliday, who takes us through his thoughts on the finale as well. A great episode, but “yer not gonna like looking for the keys!”
INTRO MUSIC COURTESY
Bradley David Parsons inspired by JG Thrilwell
Television as a medium has become the place to tell long-running stories and translate novels into a visual medium, but it wasn’t always that way. For the majority of its life, television was the place for simple, self-contained episodes that were easy to jump into at any point without knowing what happened before. There were several shows that broke new ground in the way television works, but none so game-changing as Babylon 5, a creation from the mind of J. Michael Straczynski that would change in how audiences watched TV.
Continue reading Our Last Best Hope for Peace: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Babylon 5
Matt is a huge film and TV buff who studied film and moving image production at university. In his spare time he enjoys reading comics and books, the occasional gaming session and writing novels.