A new spin-off focusing on sci-fi/space type movies and we are starting with Ridley Scott's Alien which neither of us have seen. We discuss face huggers, 2% milk blood, scurrying xenomorphs, and how that cat was both the most and least valuable member of the Nostromo...oh plus a new theme song.
The remake of Thunderball that was Connery's 7th and final film playing James Bond. This one was not great but plenty of things to talk about.
A JCVD classic...a group of wealthy psychopaths hunt the deadliest game of all, MAN! But more specifically they try to hunt the mullet attached to Jean Claude Van Damme. John Woo directs, bullets fly, New Orleans does not come out looking great...oh and Wilford Brimley is there too doing a cajun/creole nonsensical accent.
Our last canonical Bond movie, we dive into Spectre. From great henchmen, to fantastic women, to a mediocre villain, but maybe most importantly...what is the custodial services situation like at Blofeld's desert lair? We ask the important questions, damn it. Finally, we do a little bond DFS draft at the end of the pod.
We celebrate and mourn our last available Roger Moore film. It does not disappoint as 007 goes to Greece to square off against the greek underworld and also a hockey team at one point. We've got underwater scenes, women half Roger's age, car chases, Game of Thrones actors, and crossbows!
A new commentary based mini series where we experience the glory that is the Mission Impossible movies. Why did we start with the second and worst of them? Unclear, but friend of Whiskey Wednesday Andrew will be joining us for this grand expedition into the world of MI.
Do you like aged 80's action stars? Regrettable puns? Bad CGI blood squibs? Shallow characters and premium shots of Eastern Europe? Well friendo, have we got the movie for you...Expendables 2! Our good friend Erik the Red joins to break down not the best action movie but certainly the MOST action movie in quite a while.
Our first recording on the new equipment so hopefully we are less abrasive on the old earballs. This is a movie with Dolph Lundgren and Brandon Lee...it's only 75 minutes too. It contains some of the strangest buddy cop moments ever. It's simple amazing.