I would disagree with An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge being one of the best episodes, but it provides great insight nonetheless
Elliott Serrano reviews some new offerings from the DC animated universe, and the suggestion that Batman is an atheist.
Plus, in honor of the 20th anniversary of both movies, Elliott and Keith Conrad take a look at both Armageddon and Deep Impact and try to figure out which one is the less bad movie a couple of decades later.
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss the end of The Big Bang Theory, the possible end of the Kelvin Universe of Star Trek movies now that Paramount is trying to short change Chris Pine, and the continuing production hell of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
Plus, now that they are sharing the role of Spock between TV and movies, if Zachary Quinto & Ethan Peck were in one of those Vulcan death matches with the giant knife/Q-tip things, who would win?
Patrick Stewart announced his triumphant return to Star Trek in a new series by CBS All Access. Meanwhile, J.J. Abrams has announced that General Leia will ride again in Star Wars Episode IX thanks to some unused footage from The Force Awakens. Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad wonder whether they should be overjoyed or terrified by this news.
Plus, if you can be a fan of Marvel & DC, Star Wars and Star Trek, etc… can you also be a fan of more than one sports team (i.e., Cubs & White Sox, Giants & Jets, etc.) or are all of these groups destined to clash in finger-snapping confrontations like the Sharks and the Jets?
San Diego ComicCon brought an embarrassment of riches when it comes to pop culture news and also trailers. Star Trek Discovery is already showing off a little of season two, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars fan got a surprise. Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad breakdown what we learned.
Plus, James Gunn was fired as the director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Elliott and Keith talk about what the move means for pop culture and political discourse.
Colin Trevorrow wants Laura Dern and Sam Neill to return for the next Jurassic World, but will he be able to convince them to come back to the dangerous world of dinosaurs? Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad discuss.
Plus, CBS announced a big deal with Alex Kurtzman that could see as many as four new Star Trek series in production. Will we be approaching Trek-overload? Would it sweeten the deal if Patrick Stewart was coming back? What about Khan? Are we making you more excited or scared?
I’m not sure if I’d say Chernobyl is on my bucket list, but I’m still fascinated to see footage of what it looks like now.