Landing in theaters on October 12th
Star Wars Celebration is heading to Chicago in April 2019 and Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad could not be more excited about it.
Elliott does his best to try to explain what “#Comicsgate” is.
Plus, Elliott has already seen “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and shares his (mostly) spoiler-free review.
Welles was the first director with the guts to show ceilings
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad are joined by Jon Clarke from the Caffeinated Comic podcast at Bonus Round Cafe in Chicago for a caffeinated discussion of Avengers: Infinity War. Naturally, this conversation is absolutely loaded with spoilers.
Plus, there was a lot of Star Trek-related news this week, including the start of production on the new season of Star Trek Discovery, and progress on not one but two new Star Trek movies in the Abrams universe.
Finally, the Internet is beginning to turn some of it’s creative energy away from Steamed Hams parodies (Though thankfully not all of it).
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss the Netflix re-boot of Lost In Space, which landed this week. This somehow leads to a debate over what a gritty re-boot of Gilligan’s Island would look like in 2018.
Spock is coming to Star Trek Discovery in season two, but it’s probably not in the way you would have expected.
Plus, Steven Spielberg is coming to the DC universe, and both Elliott and Keith are a little perplexed at how Blackhawk will fit into the world