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A podcast by three best friends with nothing better to do! We discuss Movies, TV, Gaming, and everything in between. This a show for anyone. We’re just three friends who decided to turn on a mic for our weekly conversations. We plan to have some laughs, maybe some cries. But mostly just a good time. We hope you’ll listen in!
 
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Cardy, Matt and Joe are here to recap all the headlines from DC Fandome as well as give their first impressions of the Uncharted movie. Joe tells you why you should be playing Inscryption, Matt vents his disappointment at Halloween Kills, and Cardy is still wondering why he watched all of You Season 3. There's also an interview with Dune director D…
 
Halloween Kills was directed by David Gordon Green and written by Danny McBride, Scott Teems, and David Gordon Green. The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, and Anthony Michael Hall. After the events of Halloween (2018), Halloween Kills sees Michael Myers freed from Laurie Strode's trap and his bloodbath in the town of Haddonfi…
 
Taste Test: 7-11 One Slice Challenge Everybody Loves a List: Sexiest Birth Months This Week in Geek: Ozzy credits Satan in avoiding covid, Jon Kent Superman comes out as bisexual, Dean Cain says Superman coming out isn't brave, Nobody likes a cheater, Sulu not impressed with Kirk going to space, you can rent fat people in Japan. Revs and Rex: Pig, …
 
We're very sorry, we truly are, because two thirds through this week's podcast Alex and Jesse make the biggest mess of the Endless Starch. Honestly, it's embarrassing. Thankfully, there's plenty of other good stuff to fill you ears with, from the latest info on Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Ted Lasso season 2 thoughts and The Definitive Review …
 
No Time to Die was directed by Cary Fukunaga and written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Pheobe Waller-Bridge. The film stars Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas, and Rami Malek. It marks the end of Daniel Craig's 15 year run as James Bond and his fifth film as 007. Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in…
 
Today in Geek History: Lee Harvey Oswald, Bob Newhart, The Supremes and more. Every James Bond movie from least to beast This Week in Geek: New World player claims Asmongold's user name before he does, That 70's Show spin-off, internet provider sues Netflix, WandaVision spin-off, China is banning same sex imagery from all media, Edward Scissorhand …
 
Lots of games are coming out so why don't we talk about them? Dale has played Far Cry 6 so tells us all about his adventures in Yara, Emma has finished Metroid Dread and lets you know why you should play it too, plus Cardy can't believe quite how good Hot Wheels Unleashed is and just how bad eFootball 2022 is. Want to submit your own Endless Search…
 
Happy Birth/Death Day: Chubby Checker, Gwen Stefani, Janet Leigh and more Everybody Loves a List: 20 Best G-Rated Halloween Movies This Week in Geek: Black Widow lawsuit settled, Pokemon Oreos going for thousands, Rocky 4 director's cut, every hero Marvel creators are suing for their trademark, Choo-Choo Charles game, new Marvel Legends What If...?…
 
We’re big fans of Mike Flanagan, particularly The Haunting of Hill House. He followed that up last year with The Haunting of Bly Manor, and he’s already put out his next big project, Midnight Mass. Hill House and Bly Manor were quality TV, but it's fair to say that Hill House is certainly the scarier show. Where do we all think something like Midni…
 
It's a movie and TV edition this week as Cardy, Matt, and Dale frankly just haven't had the time to play any new games. No Time to Die is finally in cinemas so Cardy and Matt tell you all about what they thought of Daniel Craig's final outing as Bond. Cardy's also watched everything else under the sun recently so gives his impressions of Soprano's …
 
Another week, another major publisher showcase, so Cardy, Joe, and Matt are back with big discussion about Nintendo Direct and the wild casting choices for the Super Mario movie. Plus, big opinions on Denis Villeneuve's latest sci-fi epic, Dune, as well as a duo of great Netflix shows. Joe's also bemused over the absurd wealth that's going on in th…
 
Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 1 burst onto the scene in 2002 and immediately shattered all kinds of box office records. Tobey Maguire would return for two more films to round out the original Spider-Man trilogy. Maguire would be joined by a stellar supporting cast in Kirsten Dunst and James Franco, and villains like Green Goblin and Doc Ock would make the…
 
How Does it Taste? We try chocolates from https://thetrufflecottage.com/ Happy Birth/Death Day: Adam West, Jeremy Irons, Jimmy Fallon and more This Week in Geek: You can get paid to watch horror movies, Ted Lasso season 3, Only Murders in the Building season 2, Andrew Garfield on the new Spider-Man film, Vemon 2 post credit scene, Anthony Mackie to…
 
Cardy, Matt and Emma are here to talk about the delight that is Deathloop. We also have impressions of the Call of Duty Vanguard beta which Emma has been playing, a lovely photo puzzle game called TOEM which Cardy enjoyed, and Matt's journey through the psychedelic rock coming of age tale, The Artful Escape. Want to submit your own Endless Search, …
 
What If? Is both Marvel’s first animated and anthology entry. After the finale of Loki, we saw the Multiverse break down which opened up crazy possibilities. This show explores some of those alternate realities through the view of The Watcher, who can’t interfere. We’ve seen some characters take the place of others, we’ve seen some familiar events …
 
Not only did a PlayStation showcase happen this week packed with God of War, Marvel and Star Wars games, but the long-awaited trailer for The Matrix Resurrections dropped as well. Cardy, Matt and Joe are here to talk all about them as well as all of the films and games they've been enjoying over the past week. There's a lot, so buckle in for a long…
 
It is time once again to talk about another Marvel origin story. This time Marvel introduces the master of unarmed Kung Fu, Shang-Chi. Since 2008 we’ve gotten numerous origin stories from Marvel of ranging quality. The biggest critique of the MCU origin films has always been following the same formula and story beats. So the question we have to tac…
 
12 Minutes was developed by Anapurna Interactive. The game was written by Luis Antonio, it features voice acting Daisy Ridley, James McAvoy, and Willem Dafoe. The main gameplay is a point-and-click narrative story told from the top-down perspective in a small apartment. The player plays through 12-minute loops as they attempt to unravel a shocking …
 
This week the IGN UK podcast heads to Yara, the setting of Far Cry 6. Matt's spent a few hours in its jungles, and so tells Dale and Jesse exactly what he thinks of it so far. There's also chat about House of Ashes, the next game in the Dark Pictures Anthology, as well as more thoughts on time loopers Twelve Minutes and The Forgotten City. All that…
 
While The Curse of the Black Pearl is universally acclaimed and has stood the test of time, Dead Man’s Chest and At World’s End were not received as well when they came out, kind of reinforcing the whole “sequels not nearly being as good” stereotype once again. That being said, how do we feel looking back on the franchise today? Have the last 15-20…
 
How Does it Taste? Starbucks Apple Crisp Macchiato You Guys Suck: AJ gets called out by a familiar listener and we get some constructive advice from a fellow podcaster. This Week in Geek: Lil Nas X calls out Tony Hawk fans on double standard, Walt Disney getting ready to create fully walking animatronics and we are not a fan of the idea, Mike Tyson…
 
Cardy, Dale and Jesse are here to pick out a few highlights from gamescom's Opening Night Live, including Korean colour-fest DokeV. Lot's of games have been played this week as well, so why not sit back and hear all about Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Psychonauts 2, Riders Republic and The Forgotten City. If you have time for some TV as well, then why no…
 
It is time to break down what the best movie is... of the random ones we submitted! Some are favorites, some will warrant a good conversation, and some exist somewhere in between. Unlike the past genre-specific brackets, today there was no criteria for a movie to be submitted into this bracket. Let's get crazy and decide on the best random movie! M…
 
Join Isaac, Jess and David as they take a deep dive into each individual card released with the latest wave of IACP. With the launch of IACP Season 6, we see a brand new era for Imperial Assault. Featuring fan-favorite characters from The Mandalorian Season 2, this season is sure to shake up the way that each faction can play on the tabletop; seemi…
 
New game: Take Your Shot Everybody Loves a List: 10 Movies That Deserve a Third Movie This Week in Geek: Charlotte's Web CBD, Robert Downey Jr. was the MCU's biggest risk, Netflix's real life horror advertisement, Skyrim 10th anniversary edition, Kraft Mac and Cheese Ice Cream, New Jeopardy! host out after 9 days. Revs and Rex: NFL Live and Paramou…
 
Cardy and Matt are joined by friend of the podcast, Gamespot's Lucy James, to discuss how they're all faring breaking out of the puzzling time loop that is 12 Minutes. But don't worry, this episode is far longer than just shy of a quarter of an hour. There's also chat about the newly-revealed Call of Duty: Vanguard, and Cardy's been playing Ghost o…
 
Parabellum brings John Wick back to big to the big screen with a $14MM bounty on his head. Picking up right where chapter 2 leaves off, the stage is set for Keanu Reeves and Chad Stahelski to go wild with the action and world-building. So how do feel about the trilogy's conclusion? This universe started with a seemingly normal guy having his dog ki…
 
Cardy, Dale and Jesse are here to tell you all about the thousands of zombies they killed in Back 4 Blood. Cardy's also gone hands-on with Black Panther from the upcoming Marvel's Avengers: War for Wakanda expansion, while Dale has been playing Far Cry in VR and for some reason replaying Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. Jesse also politely reminds us o…
 
After David Ayer declined to direct the sequel to the critically panned but financial hit that was the first Suicide Squad, the hunt for writers and directors commenced. Finally, in 2018 James Gunn was brought aboard the project after his initial firing from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 due to past controversial jokes and tweets resurfaced. The f…
 
We are back with another episode of The Geeky Jocks this week covering the most recent episode of Ted Lasso, the most recent updates to Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes, and part one of the season finale of The Bad Batch. I apologize for not having an episode up last week as there were some technical issues that kept us from recording. That is all in the…
 
Cardy, Joe and Emma are here to build out the ultimate roster for our hot new fighting game, British Sitcom Smash. Things get silly. Before that though, the return of Ted Lasso is discussed alongside the latest Apex Legends update and new sports RPG Dodgeball Academia. Plus, Cardy gives you a list of 1950s films you might want to watch if you haven…
 
After the smash hit that was John Wick, John Wick Chapter 2 released to a ton of hype and high expectations. The studio smartly brought back the same directing and writing crew and of course, Keanu Reeves returned to the title role. This crew had a tough task, not only did they have to continue to expand the world that was established in chapter on…
 
This week Simon, Emma, and Matt link up to discuss the plethora of wonderful games shown at the Annapurna Interactive showcase, including the delightful Stray and The Artful Escape. Beyond that, topics also include James Gunn's DC trip The Suicide Squad, Disney's Jungle Cruise, and new Xbox and PC exclusive The Ascent. As usual, there's also a chal…
 
IN-PERSON IMPERIAL ASSAULT! At long last, in-person games are returning to our favorite tabletop games! In this episode, join the full Built on Hope Crew as we discuss this upcoming event, what lists we plan to run, what we expect to see, and so much more! Stay tuned for Part 2, where we take a deep dive into IACP Season 6 and all of it's magic, fr…
 
With new movies releasing in a hybrid model to both the box office and on streaming services, it seems like there is now more content than ever before. It is also now easier than ever to miss out on some great movies simply because they get lost in the fold. Well, don't you worry one bit because we have uncovered 5 hidden gems worth checking out! L…
 
Without a doubt, the surprise of 2020 was the premiere of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+. With everything negative that happened in 2020, this show was a bright spot to look at. An American Football Coach being hired to coach the AFC Richmonds football team just seemed so right. This past Friday was the premiere of the second season where Ted and the AFC R…
 
In the 602nd episode of the IGN UK Podcast, Simon Cardy is joined by Joe Skrebels and Matt Purslow to discuss the highlights (and a lowlight) from EA Play Live 2021. Then, by way of a little journey through Cardy's Mass Effect playthrough, the chat moves to games that are playable right now, namely The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Death's …
 
Back at it again! In this (Old, but newly edited and released) episode, join Isaac and David as we bring on new IACP Steering Committee member Josh Songer, to discuss his experiences with the Committee, before taking a deep dive into Season 5, and a rather curious tangent into the concept of auto-includes! See you in the next one! UKGE Imperial Ass…
 
Cereal poll winner taste test: Jojo Siwa Strawberry Pop Reel Dreem Teem: We pick an actor and 5 of their characters to compete on a team and see who comes out on top. This Week in Geek: Netflix soon offering video games, MCU actors wish Loki a happy birthday, Don Cheadle doesn't know why he was nominated for an Emmy, Battlefield 2042, Nerds DND, Ch…
 
After a career that's included great comedies, romance films, award-winning dramas, and seminal action films like The Matrix, it was indeed John Wick that broke the mold and put Keanu Reeves back into the A-List star category. Why is that? What is it about this action/revenge story that feels so new and fresh? What makes it stand out against a tire…
 
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