The podcast returns as Charlie, Dylan, and John relive the thrill of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and the agony of the new live-action “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie.
The Chef’s dieselpunk novel, Iron Heart has been released. Tremble in fear. Or just ignore him like everybody else does.
Charlie, Dylan, Jen, John, and Liz watch the first 3 episodes of Eden of the East, and discuss their thoughts on the style, story, and unanswered mysteries of this series.
Eden of the East follows the story of Akira Takizawa, who wakes up in front of the White House naked and devoid of memories. With only a gun and a special cell phone that connects him to an organization known as the SeleÃÂ§ÃÂ£o, he begins searching for answers, eventually dragging Saki, a tourist from Japan, into the game.
We take a look at the Rock Band 3 Squier Stratocaster guitar controller and discuss our initial impressions. How hard is Pro mode if you’re not familiar with guitar? And could it actually help you learn to play?
Charlie, Dylan, Jen, John, and Liz get ready for the holidays (all 15 of ’em) by watching the 40’s classic “Holiday Inn,” the musical that gave us the song “White Christmas.” Then, they talk about the movie’s quaint racism and misogyny, the douchebaggery of Fred Astaire’s character, the fact that the world constantly craps on Bing Crosby’s character, the possibility that the movie features alternate timelines or is all the delusions of a depressed mental patient, and Nicholas Cage.
The Busboy is joined by a panel of experts as he breaks down the annual parade on 34th Street.
Submitted for your approval, The Busboy brings you his list of the ten best Halloween movies, just in time for the Halloween weekend.
After watching the new Prince of Persia movie, Dylan, Geoffrey, and John discuss their reactions. Surprisingly, it wasn’t as bad as they expected.
Watch our interview with Quaff at MTAC Odyssey here.
The Busboy brings us another Real-Time Review. This time he takes on … the first round of the NFL Draft!?