Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad review Zombieland Double Tap. Plus, for the October Pop Culture Blind Spot segment, Keith watched RoboCop for the first time ever, and it was a less than stellar experience.
Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad talk about the new trailers for Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard that dropped at New York Comic Con.
Plus, Misty and Keith celebrate the 60th anniversary of the debut of The Twilight Zone
Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad discuss the news that Disney and Sony have buried the hatchet and will be making more MCU Spider-Man movies after all, and the news that Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum will be in Jurassic World 3.
Plus, Misty and Keith recently had the chance to watch Pompeii. Those torturous two hours have them wondering: what is the worst historical movie ever made?Become a Patron!
Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad talk about the recent spike of TV and movie reboots since they themselves rebooted the podcast.
In honor of the release of the movie Ad Astra, Misty and Keith compile a list of the best space movies of all time.
Plus, Misty and Keith have both made good progress on their projects and Keith is looking for a few good beta readers.
A Missouri woman is fighting to keep her three emotional support monkeys. She and her doctor say her three emotional support monkeys are vital to her mental well-being, but her neighbors worry the primates are dangerous. says the monkeys would never hurt anyone, and they bring her so much comfort. In addition, her doctor provided a note saying the primates have been “prescribed” as emotional support animals. It’s amazing that there have been so many stories about odd support animals over the past few years, and I don’t know about you but I have never crossed paths with one. No Service Llamas, no Emotional Support Kangaroos. Nothing. How would you feel if a monkey in a service animal vest came to your neighborhood?
Just a friendly reminder that literally everything in Australia is trying to kill you: An Australian bike rider died Sunday after he veered off the road to avoid a swooping magpie. The unidentified 76-year-old man was cycling when a witness saw him careen into a fence post as he tried to avoid the bird.
Did you ever hear that joke about dreaming you were eating the world’s largest marshmallow and then woke up and couldn’t find your pillow? It actually happened to one woman. A California woman was deep asleep when she dreamed that she and her fiancé were on a high-speed train facing off with “bad guys” and during the fight Bobby told her she had to swallow her engagement ring to protect it from them. When she woke up, however, she saw that the ring was gone and immediately knew what had happened. Things took a turn when she could feel the ring in her stomach and it started becoming painful for her. So, rather than let the ring pass through her organs naturally, the doctor suggested that the safest way to retrieve her engagement ring would be to have an upper endoscopy to remove it.
Two men used a Target shopping cart to push a corpse through the streets of Harlem. A passerby on his way to the gym for his morning workout spotted the body because he noticed two feet with socks on protruding from the red carpet. The witness called the police, who found the unconscious and unresponsive man with signs of head trauma and wrapped in a cardboard box inside of the carpet.
Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad share their reviews of the new Netflix series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance
For September’s “Pop Culture Blind Spot” segment, Misty watched the movie Howard The Duck for the first time.
Plus, Misty and Keith’s projects were paused for a while because of their move but figure to be shifted into high gear over the next few weeks.
Misty Callahan and Keith Conrad run down the listener responses to the question of what TV show or movie could make for a good reboot.
Speaking of revisiting past franchises, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance has landed on Netflix.
Plus, Misty and Keith were not able to make much progress on their creative projects because of their move and the trip to Atlanta, but DragonCon did provide some learning opportunities that could be helpful.
Misty Callahan joins Keith Conrad for the rebooted Geek/CounterGeek, and since the podcast is being rebooted and reboots are all the rage these days, Keith and Misty discuss which movies could use a fresh look.
Misty and Keith also discuss the break up between SONY and Disney over Spider-Man, and all of the Marvel and Star Wars news that came out of D23.
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad weigh in on the rumor that Brent Spiner could be showing up in the new CBS AllAccess series Star Trek: Picard and also wonder what other cameos could be on the horizon for that series. Also, what’s with all of the sci-fi franchises from the 1980’s making comebacks? Now there are trailers for the new movies in the Terminator and Rambo sagas.
Elliott Serrano and Keith Conrad share their thoughts on the HBO miniseries Chernobyl, their lack of enthusiasm for the massive lines and hits to the bank account associated with the opening of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at Disney and shrug their collective shoulders at the series finale of Game of Thrones.