Curtis here, this week the gang (Benner, Mattis, Stine, myself) was sans Chris but joined by Eddie (from the Oscar Edition) as we discussed the upcoming summer movie season. We also review "Pain and Gain" and "Oblivion." Ant Man also gets some serious grief. We only talk movies this week and we saved you all an aisle seat. Enjoy.
Hey all, Curtis here, despite the title we don’t say anything negative about Roger Ebert—we respect love, and eulogize the man, but I do botch my audio review of Trance. He would not be pleased. We mix things up this week by leading off with movies. We talk Evil Dead redux, Mattis makes a vain attempts to defend Rob Zombie and… that doesn’t go well. Benner and myself also talk “The Place Beyond the Pines” which goes fine. Benner, Stine and Lemchi also talk about Wrestlemania and the post-Wrestlemania doldrums experienced by the WWE. And Curtis' Corner implodes. It's a show!
What’s up, y’all? Alex here, once again, as we ring in the greatest time of the year. That’s right, it’s WrestleMania and we’ve got an according podcast. Chris joins the show once again as he, myself, and Stine have an amazing, and discovering, conversation of just what ‘Mania represents and what it means to us. The three of us put together a collective Top Ten Matches of WrestleMania list and we count ‘em down. Agree? Disagree? Let us know!
For the second part of the show, Benner (finally sober) and Curtis join us and we rundown a catalog of films. We discuss a documentary about a few boys from West Memphis, Steve Carell and Jim Carrey’s last venture is discussed, and there’s an interesting dialogue about the polarizing Spring Breakers. I’m sure some unnecessary hate is dished out along the way.
We close previewing the WrestleMania 29 card. We all have conflicted views heading in… Be sure to go to ROHwrestling.com this Friday night for their iPPV. Kevin Steen Vs. Jay Briscoe?! C’mon, son!!!
Curtis here; Benner and Lemchi sit this week out so Mattis and myself are joined by our friend Hatley and Stine makes a triumphant return from SXSW. Stine runs us down the festival highlights, Hatley talks about the Houston Rockets, and we talk drugs in sports. In movies, Stine reviews Spring Breakers; me and him talk The Godfather films in Curtis' Corner; and the latest in WWE Studios films are put on the chopping block. This episode is one of our normal length, par for the course types, and, as always, different people bring a slightly different energy to the show but you'll love it so who cares.
Curtis here; Benner, Mattis, Lemchi and myself do a post-UFC 158 podcast wherein we dissect that program. The rest of the gang also discusses TNA Lockdown. In film, we talk female sexuality, Dario Argento, Jim Carrey and some coming attractions and new releases. The podcast has a weird energy with scattershot structure in the film discussion and one of our number is very very drunk.
Curtis here, Stine is absent for SXSW so myself, Benner, Mattis and Lemchi are at the helm. Mattis talks a Fuel TV UFC card. Benner, Lemchi and Mattis are gearing up for the TNA Lockdown show in San Antonio on Sunday and wrestling as a whole becomes a damn near inescapable topic this show. The boys talk some of the latest developments in the sport (Undertaker returns, wrestling continues to be disorganized, Zack Ryder sucks, RIP Paul Bearer, etc.) and the WWE is a major player in this week's film conversations. Curtis' Corner makes a return to the podcast and we talk revenge films along with the new releases. It's a tighter ship in terms of length, but the girth is still pretty solid. Enjoy!
Hey all, Curtis here. After an all-Oscars edition last week, Mattis, Benner, Stine, myself and Chris Lemchi return to the usual format with our guest Justin. The guys talk the unfolding saga of Jack Swagger, the Wrestlemania cluster of a card (or lack thereof) and UFC is mentioned once or twice. I do movies solo and we talk Oscar aftermath. The Bible even comes up. It’s a fun show. I hope you enjoy it.
Curtis here. Mattis, Stine, Myself and (a less than chatty) Benner we're joined by our buddy, Eddie, for the Oscar episode. We place predictions on the acting, screenplay, director, and picture winners for the big event. And talk Oscar snubs. It's not the usual array of topics and a little longer, but things'll be back to normal next week. Settle in, it's fun.
Hello, listeners, Curtis here. Stine returns to the fold and he, Mattis, Benner and myself discuss MMA and our disdain for UFC 157 and Ronda Rousey, Star Fucker. We also speculate on the outcomes of WWE’s upcoming Elimination Chamber PPV. In film we discuss “A Good Day to Die Hard” and the Top 5 Bruce Willis vehicles amongst other things, and in the plug zone I talk real about books of the “Pretty Little Liars” variety and not.
Curtis here, this week's episode is sans Stine so things got a little intimate with myself, Mattis and Benner. We talk the Royal Rumble, UFC on Fox and FX and Mattis makes UFC 156 predictions. In film we get heavy on Amour; also talk Parker, Hansel and Gretel and Top 5 Stallone films. It's a little different from the usual, but going from four to three voices has that effect.